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er rith orY.'hhtanys corner where he ha. received
n . nd"enniplete stock I -DRUGS. NI Ern-
LINES; &c. +.1 . i:1 , elt cheap
et 6:4'(-6 , •ft than eve%
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do . Eenzonic
04j , Linseed
4i° Olives •
. Amber Rect
do Amber lied
- 4o Anisi
. tlo Cubebs
,4o Cassia . _
irfo Cod Liver
- -tlesiiredra t
. 40. , y erhena
•sto Vioarre •
• •do Meltesse -
'WO 11 eir,Camel
'fie Nail IT Junin
Tooth - Proto 104.1 Mercury
do Shaving • titrychnia
do Flesh . Piperin
-=dot Hat: lodine
'Snap: Yankee Verstrm
•••dcsoCrystalline Kreosote •
db Eng. Wind Low's Hydra Cuni Crete
do Coopers - ' Morphine Sulph
islo,Roge do Act
,110 Vielora Calomel, American
, ;4o Orange I do • English,
440400 11 1' Precipitate Red
dq Hrasi vs • do White
Eastile Sulph Ztnei
, _4lO Military . Bronze, Crimson
Apttn..• • do Pale Gold
ftrowo do Dark do
Fricopherous do White
_Pain Koller Gold Leaf, 00
Ayers_Cherry_. Pectoral China Verrolilion
rtit genite4l.tilitters .Imeriott do
Stongliton Hitters Prussian Blue
Chloroform • - Pig do
HotidT's Anotivie Venitian Red, English
Tcktiqhe,lth Paints, Turpentine, Varnish, Dye
'Woods' di"litYe•Stit Ifs, Glass, Putty, choice Groceries,
pure Wines .341 Liquors for Medicinal purposes.—
Also,'Cigars of the best brand ; and all articles con
nested with the'trade. •
Ha itog, secured the services of Dr. R. Iles•ros,
whr keepitlioliice at this, store, and will give me
dical attit'Ve gratis to people, they paying for the
medicines only. Physicians can rely upon baring
their prescriptions carefully compounded and put
np. The stock has been selected with great care,
and the goods will be 'warranted, as represented.
' All.ofDr.D..taynes' medicines. Ayres Cherry Pee
tnrialr:+ctiimelcs Pulmonic Syrup of Yellow Dock
Root, Orrirlei , , Hohensnelts, and Jaynes' Vermifugo.
Togethrori!hall of the most poputar Patent medicines
11fr tai rasa constantly on hand and for sale at '
v ' eu M. REED, No. 2, Brick Row.
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CAMPlll.ll,L,liivinvt. hePta, pn, died I , y
-4X0,-thersecetit tire, have aztiin
VA C`L'OTIII C STOR r.,
, the same b.:Btre ar, l arr n
:r dr . ...i.40.bie as,.ortrneut of fall
Viars ' 7 3 43}- o 72+ •
Tikeirteingliesirona of ITl]kibyg tl) TCC:I7Z
v. II aellationstialty low prices.
Towanda, Nov. 6, 1852.
Atiayed or 32t)leu.
rl4ollTtire'itaiitore 'of Means in this borough
fidktivi . .,ol , iie, co x ermedient size, a /Urge pro,
I:7STApUII! Ma . P1C!! . (1.,. or 7 years old. Any
Ora recp f pfacfpf in formation of thexvhet
alrf e s . int st t tt cu.: will be libera 14 rewarded.
~. 4 1.,,440 -v. 4..18.52. S. V. 811 /Plt A Nr.
GUOOS & NEW LOCATION,
T POWr.u. would respectfully call the eaten.
Ortlieitutslie to a large stock of MEN
r-r-"A"1 nsin.o . 011141,, ot. I au...m. 'Every art!cif•
fi lpfentif i e oisanty :require, Mira
L•tvrrtTe c 3 ' ile.t.ale . at te
:ri l , tif,...4Orter of 'AI nne and- Pa.e streets. '
Towart 'Oct. 6,1.5:61.
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A ;mond do
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d•i _Allspice do
0 Nut rii , gs do
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d ) C.r. , zcr do
1 d.., Cin;.:iinon do
' di (flange d
[l.d i Tonka d
r.:do Mu: tr . do
. do Vicaettg do
do Maznolia do
do Sweet Bri'r do
do Jesmin do
do Jock'y Crb deal
do Caroline do
do Jenny Lind do
do Buquet do
!gyring's, Pewter as'm'nt
do Glass do
Nursing Brinks, Glass
do do G. E.
Rad ithei Turk
do Giw4er White
do .0, 1 i;
00 Oni - Turk
do NI r: 'h Tut t:
I.) A ...• .: e. do
dr. Aloe) , Noet
•do A I.r. Vape
klhiovi , de lorr&
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•'l-inela , . d ,
i Evens' Lance's
VitrJ: , ilver, Op't
Blue P.:I 1 mer.
i(latip Ferri do.
£ 1i i'sll iarun~
SCSI=fC2ViI ,Er . V.ToriZOZCZO STEXIP.
T I'm; on the verge of the grave, lip.] ea far g•ineshat
-1 my family and friends had 104 all hopes of n
coxery ; and whfri to this i.itualion, having linen
1 y the 1.1 AP of :s.d:click's Pulinonic syrup: 1
iepgify, with - grab-tut -emotion to Dr. Seheliek,
the initn-enable hen,-lit f hate rn•cric.d king [hit' uke
E tr'y hilt hitt, I contracted a violent c. Li, and it.
em - I, , etrenee of tt.Lich I had chills, alternated with fe.
r, p tit r 4 f4 . hi I.' :Et ando , ll ,, lilt!ti blade. ty . th
I It.el eotth. and no expectoration. I It. pt gettine
mot , Doi! I took my Ited,llfiti had the ati'ettrfa4ce rd
.ny ft.tnily phi-ifeian. I was under his rare shoat tttur..
areeks, , and at the expiration of that time was reduced
an low that despair rook bold of myself and friends,
end even my physician abandoned me end gave me
up to die with the hasty consumption. My app e tite
was gone. my hoods very irregular, fever and night•
sweats, pen in ms breast and shoulder, 'tended With
a distressing cough, which was very tight ; my flesh
hrid nearly al gone. and was so creak that I, could
scarcely raise sty head from the pillow, and was truly
sit ott'ret of pity. to behold. My friends had been sent
for to we 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
nei..hbor, Mr. Das it! Conrad, proposed to try Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup, with a view of !downing my cough
and relievio; me of the tough phlegm, and na a means
of. affording temporary relief, remarking at the time,
- that I was too f.tr gone for the syrup to be of any
permanent hellcat." My wife, anxious fur the relief
of my intense sufferings, procured some of the PO
mow Syrup. I found it afforded me relief, and con
tinued using it. 1 could feel its healing irdlueure
upon my longs.
I continue to improve under its use, and my friends
were much gratifi d to witness my unexpected im
provement ; many t.f my neighburs came to look ut me
ac one raised n an •!.. dead.
Nit 1035. - e, arid I felt something
itreek, wci hod the pain b, ray breast, and 1 i
r q ed laige quantities of yell.) w man er. I have fa
weeks dischmed and raised a slut box !VI of matter
every day, with hard lump like ;:rains of sonell.inz•
.11.1 y h..wels now became regular tool in tor 11, and nit
c.. • fir 411 roved*, that COU:J scarct lv t.--
train from „ore.; too much. My bireilvh iuiptused
art d I regained my desh.
I continued to impruer, in every rel,ect s ion aft.•r I
co n nears o-iii;; the 1. 4 y rep, an 1 the improvement
e.munued until was rit.=• treil to toy heilih. 1 h t,e
through the inclement teratiotr of the latter
part of winter and the siring, and feel as well now as
ever I fett in my lir:, Sind lam this day a living to-ti
many of the great cfficatey o( Schenck's Pub - tunas
Syrup in curia; pulmonary diScases.
Lest thin statement be thought too highly cob red by
some people, I , ultioin certificates of a 4mher of the
inhabitants of Tacony, who saw me at different times
during my disease, and never expected to are me restor
ed. I also append the certificate Of the brothers of
Mystic Lodge, N0r270, I. 0. of 0. K, 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 Pulmonic Syrup, my life
his been spared, and I ant permitted to make the fore
golng statement for the benefit of suffering mankind.
I resEe at Tacony , and am well known by most of
the people there.. and will be gratified to have any
person cell upon me and learn more particulars of the
virtues of thiLmodicine. JOHN C. OfIEEN.
June 24th, 1851.
The subscribers, members of the Ilystia rod ie, No.
270, I. 0. of 0. F. of Hfilir.esburg, 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
dangeroully iii with a low Pulmonary Consumption,
last w int. r, so that they give him rp .o diel that he
is now fully testored to perfect health, and they believe
his ricovery was produced by Schenck's Pulmonic
We believe his certificate 34 correct in every par.
ticular. HENRY NEFF, P. G.
ALFRED ROBINSON, P. G.
ABRAHAM ARTHUR, P. G.
J. K. OctNl AN, N. t:.
;COR ATERM A
J %MEN C. CALVER.
Holmesburg, Philadelphia Co., June 2.5, I.
The undersigned, residents of Ts cony, eilht miles
above Philadelphia, beirq well acquainted t,:ith J.ihn
C. Green, end the Cirelthi.t:mres attending bit case,
ft el impelled by a deep sense of imperative duty. to
ned_it universally knawn to the pu-hlic hit entire recov
ery from the very last stages of Pulmonry Consump
tion. :50 entirely helpless was his r o il on, tt ,sing
been but a brief period since in that rapid.y sitiknia
aid emaciate state, as to overly preclude, in the °pin
his pity i, ions and friends, who watched by his
thed.itle, all hopes of even a iemporary recovery and
, his present robust health. Thus the care
ful use your Specific, the Ptdroonic Syr
up, makes it our belief, under the-circumstances of his
previous pro -irate, not to any dying condition, one of
the must ~tort tag results that the %% bole 1.1111111i6 of medi
cal skill science can produce. It deserves to be km
perivliably recia-ad to your credit, and secure to you,
the greatest discoverer of this hitherto remediless dis
ease, a lasting monument and a world-wide reputation
iu the healing art, that uo time may ,either diminish or
destreY. 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 pultnonary 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 hack 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 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 vrbo
may be so unfortunate as to be similarly affleted.
David Conrad, Jesse Duffield,
C. Hinekle, A. Heath,
Joseph if ead, Jr., Jesse Watson,
Stephen Lukens, Robert Allyn,
Matthew Toden, James Torbert,
John Bloomesbury, Allen Vandegrin,
Prepared only by Dr. Schenck, and sold, whole
sale and retail, by his sole agents, John Gilbert & Co.,
Wholesale Druggists, 177• North Third street, Phil's,
Clicken & Co. 81 Barclay street, N. Y. Redding & Co.
No, 8 State st. Boston ; H. Blakeley, corner Third and
Chestnut streets. Sr. Louis ; and by principal Druggists
the United Stales. And by the following
Agents in Bradford County :
. H. C. Porter, Towanda ; D. Bailey & Son, Leßoy's
ville ; T. Humphrey, Omen ; Maynard & Woodburn,
Rome ; J. J. Warlord, Monroe ; D. D. Parkhurst„
Leßoy; C. C. Rathbone, Canton; King & Vosburg
Troy: G. A. Perkins, Athens.
II letters addressed to DR. J. if. SCIIENCK,
Care of John Gilbert 4.1 Co., Wholc sale Druggists, No.
177 North Third street, Philadelphia.
ECONOMY, DURATLITY AND NEATNESS;
Saddle, Harness & Trunk linnufacthry.
- F ERE: (171 A. & Co., respectfully inform the public
flint they base taken the shop lately occupied by
r. /order, en Main orret, a few doors below the
'rick Row, where they will keep on hand a large
at ovlt of
2ata:a73.!..a0 -mtama, oma,mog
TRUNgq, VAIAPEP, WIIIPP, ETC.
All articles to their line manufactured . to order, and
matte ni the blest inaletitil,ml for workmanship cannot
is! sot passed in Northern P.mnsylvania,. They solicit
a .'all from those wishing to purchase, confident that
they can give satisfaction both as to quality and price.
Cash will he paid for Hides and Sheep Pelts,
t the highest rates, at our shop.
.";ale Leather, Upper Leather, Harness Leather and
Calf skins, fur snle in any quantity.
Towanda, Noventher 19th, 1 R5O.
A LL peranns indebted to the estate of AMOS
Li KINNEY, deed, late of Athens township, are
hereby requested to make payment without delay ;
and all persons having demands against said estate
are requested to pre.ent them to A• 0. Pickard
duty authenticated far .ettlrrnent.
5.4 PARVVELL, Admittistrator.
emithreld. Jane 14. Ir.*:„.
t. I AFETY FUSE.—Coniractata can find a superior
article of Safcty Fuse at MERCURI3.
Emery & Co.'s Thrashing Machines.
Prices for 1852:
In addition to Om actual freight from Albany. N.Y.
Emery's'Petent changeable power, Thresh-
. er. Separator and bands complete, fors 150 00
Emery's Patent Changeable Powe'Thresh- )
and bands complete, for 120 , 00
Emery's Improved Wide Rack and Pinion
will? Thresher, Separator and bands, fur 120 00
Emery's Improved Wide Rack a d Pinion
with Thresher, Separator and bands for 95 00
Common or Wheeler Each and Pinion
Power, Thresher, Separator and bands 133 00
for 2 horses,
Common or Wheeler Rack and
Power. Thresher, Separator , ud bands 110 00
,tor 1 horse,
kri If sold separately, the following prices are
.Emery's Patent Changable lime Powers,
For twohorseit, $llO 00
For one horse. 80 00
L',urry'4 Improved 'Wick Pad; and l'inion P(111'17.
. FM* two 11.11 , !.
For one h,r,e 60 00
C'wherwa hark and at Whet/ e Power.
For two hor,.c i i 00
Fur one horse. i 3 00
Thresher with Ciltoder
and 11 1 . •! m -I.r, b.gether Separa- f 35
or and Fixtures.
PoTlablc Circular Saw Mill with 21. inch
:.•:;w, filed and set, in running order foi $33 00
cutting fire-wood, Sc.
Upright or Felloe Saw Mill fur Wheell •
Churning Attachment fur driving one or)
two Churns at a time of barrel size 0r1.512 00
less (no extra gearing wanted.) 3
Cross Cut Sawing Arrangement, for but-)
ting and cutting off logs, including saw, ( d , $l2 00
guides, and connections for use.
PoweMorn Shelters, for 1 horse and for $33 to
2 horses. S $5O 00
TERMS—CASH, or NOTES with security and
interest, payable in 4' or 6 months. When good
endorsed notes, payable at bank are receiveJ, part
of the interest will be deducted.
ALI, ARTICLES WAXANTED, MADE OF
good materials, and to opperate as represented. or
may be returned to the subscriber within three
months and purchase money refunded. Written
warrantees given when required. Persons wishing
10 9 1111.71BEMCG ariTAIYEZIgM,
should order them at an early day as the Manufac
turers are much driven by orders, and supply can
not at all times be kept on band.
G:I• It is not necessary for me to recommend
these Threshing Machines. for they are well known,
and recommend themselves to the good sense and
pocket of every prudent fanner.
lam fully prepared to Int ni,h a well made arti
cle. I will guarantee that the freight on any Two
Horse Machine, shall not be over f 9 at Binghamton
nr Corning, or at any intermediate station on the
N. Y. & E. R. R. M. IVELI.Id:S.
Athens, Bradford ro. Pa June 21, 1852,
BOOTS & SHOES!
Nohn W. Wile .1 ,
HAS removed his establishment to H. Mix's store,
corner of main street snd the public. 4iiiisre, and
crutinue the roam/facture of Mots ra.d t".hors,
he re to lure.
lie has just received front New 'fork a large assort
ment of Women's, Children's and Nisscs' hoes, which
are offered at low prices. The attention et the l.rrdir•s
is paricularly directed to his assortment, comprising
the following now styles :—litiainelled Jenny Lind gsi•
ter boots; do. shoes; black lasting anal silk gaiters;
walking shoes, huskins,&c. Misses' gaiters and shoes.
of every de•cription. A large assortment of Clrild.m's
fancy gaiters, hoots and shoes, of all kinds.
For the Gentlemen, almost every st . ii Ic of gaiters and
shoes. This stock has been personally selected with
rare, and he believes he can offer superior articles at
t o. The strictest attention paid to Mannfaelnritt4r.
and he hors by doing work well to merit a continu
ance of tht liberal patronage be has hitherto received.
'Towanda, May B, 1851.
JOHW C. ADAMS JAM V. , 1 MACP•SILAN6
ADAMS & IMLACTEARLEINZI,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
TO ii SMAJ Bradford roossity Pa.
II ..• 4IEGI. • MT WC W - BEGONI .IE-A -.-4,
HAVING located in Towanda, his services may
be obtained by addressing a line through the rost
Office, or by calling at the offiee of Ulysses ItTerctir,
Esq., where he will be found. or where a written ap
licatrion may be 1.-ft. Nov. t,.1t550.
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP.
THE anbacribers respectfully inform the public th.
they have taken the shop formerly oceupird by
Adam Esenwine, on Main street, nearly opposite
Drake's wagon shop, where they are prepared to do all
kinds of BLACKSNII upon reasonable tennis.
They are determined by doing their work well and
promptly, to merit, as they hope to receive a share of
HORSE—SHOEING done in the best manner. All
kinds of repairing Machinery, executed in the wort skil
WOOD WORK for wagons will also be made and
repaired when desired.
All work done et their shop, will be watranteal to he
cell done, and manufactured from the best materials.
The public are requested to eive us a trial, and judge
for themselves. ESEN WINE & 8E ERISCHII.
Towanda, May 2, 1851.
41 , 5.u. - RINTTETIVeI \WARM
Important to =onsekeepers:
THE subscriber thankful for the
•-:7' 3 e ." liberal patronage heretofore re-
L'" - 4:'-',.....,iceive , 1, begs leave to inform hie
. 4, - iF4;iitiAllifriends and the public. genitally,
a t .v i i ; i O - l anil those commencing House
-. , -L.:4z: 7-.- -_:,- 'keeping in particular that be has
now on hand a large assortment
of FURNITURE, which he will
warrant to be made in a substantial manner, and of
the best materials.
BUREAUS, such as mahogany and walnut &ras
ing, bureaus, marble and plain tops ; mahogany and
walnut washstand, marble tops, and plain, of dif
ferent patterns, Card and end tables,Sofas Couch
es, whatnots, &c.
DEADSTEADS.—High, Field, French and low
post bendsteads, finished in
_handsome style and of
approved patterns, together with other furniture usu
ally called for, ail of which will be sold on the most
CC:r The subscriber is a 'so • provided with a plain
and fashionable Ht ARS E, and will hold himself in
readiness to attend to all . orders in undertaking.
He will furnish ice boxes when desired, by the aid
of which the corpse may be kept for a.week. COF
FIN'S READY MADE. CHESTER WELLS.
N. B.—Furniture of all kind: made to order, and
warranted to be of the best matt fiats and workman
Towanda, January 17, 1952
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
'Z'N33 =SEX COMPANY,
IiTANUFACTEBE steam Engines and,Boilers
'll2 from Bto 10 0 0 ho - .es power. if o rlz o ila t En
I :ines, on heavy iron bed pines, cast in "one piece. All
have expansion valves; all joints ground so as to be
,term tight without packing or paint ; all hearing , arod
wearing surfaces large, and rimming in adjustable boxes
of bronze or Babbitt metal; all balance wheels with
turned belt fare. The WO dor is attached to the bed
Th'. Force Pump is in an independent stand,
arrsnged with crank shaft and tight F ad lixise pulley,
ready t4i receive a belt from the engine shaft or fioni
any other shaft. The whole style of work la not sur
passed by any engine builders in the United States.
Boilers of the bear American or English iron heads,
east or wrought iron—either tubular or with flues—
made ituthe must thorough manner.
4'nenties from 8 to 100 homes porter constantly on
hand min progress, to he delivered within a few days
of th . receipt of an order.
Al o, Steam Saw Mills, capable ofsawine, 6000 feet
boar measure, of one inch hoards, in 12 hours, with
one . Tuley saw, and requiring no other fuel than the
The following are the prices of a few of these en
gines :-- .
Saw MIL including steam engine, boiler and iron
chimney, complete ; pitman irons; muley savr irons;
setters ; feed, and all bolts and irons fur 30 feet of
Stearn engine, 10 indiameter of cylinder, 25 in. stroke
with tubular boiler, contlining 360 square feet of
beating surface, and all castings, pipes, valves, and
other parts necessary to set it in complete opera
.iteam engine, 12 in. diameter of cylinder, 30 in. stroke
With tubular boiler, containing 980 square feet of
heuting surface, complete as before, • $1775
Delivered on the care of the Roston and Maine Hail
road id Lawretice,26 miles front Boston. Terra ,cash
Boilers for the above tnoiLfied to suit purchasers,
and prices accordingly.
Mc/C.O 4- /Lindley. late of Pittsfield, Mass., whose
steam engines are olteady %Orly known, have recently
taken cli.irge of the works of the Essex Compony.and
will he attle, with ttnir increased facilities and expe
rience, to mike their approved etignicz ch.!aper and
heifer than heretofore.
May 8, 185'2.y GORDON ARRAY, Agent.
ATEVER concerns the health and happiness
It of a people, is at all times of the most valuable
importance. I take it for panted that every person
will do all in their power to save the lives of 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 WORIIIB, ac
cording to the opinion of the most celebrated physicians
are the primary causes of a large majority of diseases
to w bleb children and adults are liable ; if you have
an appetite continually changing from one kind of food
to another, had breath, pain in the stomach, picking at
the nose, hardness and fullness of the belly, dry cough,
slow fever, pulse irregular—remember that ell these
denote Worms, and you should at once apply the re
Etolumsack's Worm Syrup.
An article founded upon scientific...principles, corn.
pounded with purely vegetable substances, being per.
fectly safe when taken, and determined in all its effects
and not leaving the system in a disease(' condition, as
most advertised nostrutns,composed of Colon:idiot the
removal of Worms, such as Lozenges, Vermifuges,
&c., but 'has performed the most astonishing curea,and
saved the lists of thousands, both young and old,who
have-been pronounced hopeless—incurable by Physi
cians. Read the following, and become convinced of
its e ffi cacy over all others:
Mrt. ° J. N. HOBENSACIL—This is to certify that my
! child, 15 yeats of age, having been sick for 5 years,and
Iwas attended by Dra. Loper, Whitlis and Phisler for a
lung time without recetving any benefit ; when after
eving her up as inzurable, I went to Philadelphia and
consulted one of the best physicians; her dtsease still
growing worse. It was at this time I Wazi induced to
! try Hobeasucles Warm Syrup, and after taking two
bottles she entirely regained her health. Hoping that
this will prove a bent tit to parents w.aase children ar,
I am yours, Ac., R. Dam—as:v.
Uobenvack's Liver Pills
No part of the st et•-ro is more Lathe to disease than
the Lay: a, it i , ;('Sii.V as a fi trier to purify the 1 , 1 , 0t1.
or giving a proper Sl`Cfutl.,ll that any
wrong; action of Os; Liver the other important
pitrt3 of the system, and results cad msly in Jaundice,
Liver cow:pi:Mit, Dp , pepvia, &c• We thweld, therefore
watch every symptom that 0 fight indicate a wrong
Iction of the • These Pills bring composed of
I:o,dv and Plants. furnished by nature to heal the :Irk
—Namely, Ist : An Expector :n , , which augment, the
secretion from the puhrtonary mucus membrane, or
promotes the discharge of secreted matter. 2nd—an
Alleralite,vthich chan;ea in sore insensible and in
explicable manner, the certain morbid action of the
system. 3,l—a Taw, 'which gives tone and strength
to the nervous system, trnewing health and vigor to all
parts of the holy. 4.h—a Cods.artic, which arts in
p er f ec t h a r m o n y with other ingreoients, and operating
on the bowels, and expelling, the whole mass of corrupt
and vitiated matter, and pyrifyirg the Wood, which de.
strove disease and re..tores health,
Agents pr Brndfird Conn; y—Dr. 11. C. Porter and
J. M. Reed, Towanda; C. H. Herrick, Athens; M
Bullock & Co. Smithfield; Barnes & Bailey, Waver
les ; H. Spear, Sprlngfield ; Eli Baird, Troy ; L. D.
Taylor, Burlington ; Brown & Rockwell, Monroeton ;
Parkhust & Lami, , Leroy ; Chas. Rathhone, Canton ;
also T. B. 11,Avlami, Columbia, travels in the adjacent
TEE OLD STAND
STILL IN OPERATION?
THE subscriber would an
! ---"--, • nounce to the public that he
.._: / have now on hand, and will make
"'' to order all kinds of
• . \ - such as Sofas,Divans, Loung es
- Center, Card, Dining and Break
;. I t .• fast Tables. Mahogany, Wal
nukMaple and Cherry Bureaus,
4d05...•-• st,.". of various kinds, Chairs
anti Bedsteads of every description, which are, and
wilt he made of the best material and workmanlike
manner, and which they will sell fur cash .cheaper
than can be bought in any other Ware-room in the
on hand on the most reasonable terms. A good
HEARSE will be furnished on Funeral occasions.
Towanda, June 1, 1852.
BOOTS .qND SHOES.
._ NE of the largest assort.
t4r-S--15inr.7,,.-,- %.-1 ment ever otTined in Brad.
"5":: , :40...C11-,- , ford County, can be found at J .
_:.__=,_. c;,.- . . 51. S Alexander's Clothing Store
:F± - ,-r- - 7,7 - .,..----;: i &--- -- 1 - *;,--Itf.:--7 - .,first door south of Meteor's Dry
— ''-' 4 -&-'=.l Goods Store, on Main street.
:113. D. TTLEULDIVIZILL.
of Elmira, has establitzbed a Branch at the above
place. All our work will be sold at the price mark.
ed.and no deviation in price : and is either bought
direct from the Manufacturer or made by ourselves
and warranted to give entire satisfaction. Every de•
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Mena, Wornens, Chih/rent
,and Youths Also. Melts
and it%mens Calf ain't Buffalo and India
Robber Over ;hoes cheap for cash
in'. Please call and examine for yourselves.CD
Towanda. Oct. 22, 1852 6m.
CAME to the enclosure of the subscriber in Wy
sox township, about two month! , since, a brin
dle Steer, two years old, not pa rticularlymnarked.
The owner is requested to prove property, pay
ehirges, and take said steer away.
Wysox, Oct, sTrztcKLAND.
Moanis Rivrn, N, J
Ter the Core of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTII3II, AND
OF at the numerous medicines extant, (and some
1 4..." of them valuable) for the cure of 'pulmonary
omplaints, nothing has ever been found which could
compare in its effects with this Preparation. 4Theis
cure sometimes, but at all times and in all diseases of
the lungs and throat where medicine eon give retie
this will do it. It is pleasant to take, and perfectly
safe in accordance with the directions. We do not
advertise lot the information of those who. have tried
it but those who have, not. Families that h.ve known
its value will not be without it, and by its timely use
they are secure from the dangerous consequences o
Coughs and Golds which neglected, ripen into fatal
The Diploma of the Massachusetts Institute was
awarded us this preparation by the Board of Judges in
September 1847 t also, the Medals of the three great
Institutes of An, in this country ; also the Diploma
of the Ohio Institute at Cincinnati, has been given to
the Ca kulIT PICTORIL, by their Government in con
sideration of its extraordinary excellence and useful
ness in curing affections of the Lungs and Throat.
Read the following opinion founded on the long
experience of the eruicent Physician of the Port and
Dr J. Ayer: Sr. JunlB, May 8, 1851.
Film jeans trial of your Cherry Pectoral in my prac
tice, has proven what I foresaw horn its cemposition
omit be true, that it eradicates and cures the coughs
kind colds to which we, in this section, are peculiarly
liab!e. I think its equal has not yet been discover.-d,
nor do I know bow a better remedy can be made fur
the Men Inputs of the thro.lt. and Junes.
J. J. BURTON, M.D.. F. R. S.
See rchat it has done on a wasted constitution, not
only in the following cases, but R thousand more:
In ihe month of July lust, I was attacked by a vio
lent dicrrhyv in the minrs of California. I returned
to Sala Francisco in hope of re.yiying benefit from a
change of ciiinaln and diet —My diarhma craved but
was followed by a severe cough—and much soreness.
I finally *tailed far home, but received no benefit from
from the voyage. My cough continued to grow worse
and when I arrived in New York, I was at only mark
eil by my acquaintances as a victim of consumption
I must confess that I saw no sufficient rea.,n to doubt
what my friends all balieved. At this time (com
menced taking your truly invaluable medicine wit h
little expectation of deriving any benefit from its ase
You would not receive these lines did I not regard it
my duly to stale to the afflicted, through you that my
health in the space of eight months is fully rester
ed. I attribute it to the use of your CHERRY PEG
TOR AL. Yours truly,
WILLIAM W. SMITH.
WASHINGTON, Pa, Alma 2, 1818.
Dear Sir : Feeling that I have keen spared from a
premature. grave, through your instrumentallity by the
providence or God, I will take the liberty to express
Cough, and the alarming symptoms of Consumption
had reduced me too low to leave me anything like
hope, when my physician brought me a bottle of your
PECTORAL. ' It seemed to- afford immediate relief,
and now in a few weeks time has rendered me to sound
If it will do fofothers what it has done for me you
are certainly one of the benefolorauf mankind.
Sincerely wishing you every blessing, I am
Very respectfully yours.
JOHN,J. CLARK. Herm'. of St. Peter's C hurch
With son assurance and from such men, no Ftr on
ger prirofcan be adduced unless it be from its ter ct
Pr•oan•d and sold by JAMES C. AYE Pra:•tica
Chemist, lou ell,
Sold by Dr. H. C. PORTER. Towanda ; R. Roy
WellAnpro . ; E. Byer. Covirv.F.tqn flumphrer an.;
Borden, 'l • icken ; W. If. Elliot', ; A. Turroll
I.l,•ntrow ; and by all Druczi-rs givers c% here. a:lr;
r.E13.74 TEIM LICE.
Dr. = E. L.-Soule & Co. ..I* -- 'i
OF • c#).
' ',..j•-• -, " • - _J-____,— ,' ~I , ‘`\\,\ \ ,.
r t ,;:, —_ _ , ..- •-,
ATONE Genuine unless accompanied try a lac sirni
/It le of the above Engraved Wrapper of Dr. E. L.
SOULE & Co., upon each hos.
In offering to the public this justly celebrated SOV
EREIGN BALM OF LIFE, it is nod our wish to
make any false statements or wild assertions of their
superior efficiency in restoring ti health the sick and
suffering, well knowing that their reputation as a
STANDARD :MEDICINE is of itself sufficient refer
ence for the afflicted.
Many proofs might he given of their value on paper,
but we prefer those unacquainted with them to satisfy
themselves by enquiring of living witnesses and trying
the Pills. They wi.l find them perfectly safe and reli
able in all cases, being purely vegetable, and a meth
tine worthy their best confidence and patronage.
The following certificate was sent us for the public
11E1111 ETTA, Monroe CO. N. Y., May 10, 1851.
We the undersigned, citizens of Henrietta, having
used perionally Dr. Souk's Sovereign Bairn Pills, and
witnessed the health-restoring effects thereof, cheerfully
recomnihnd these Pills to the afflicted as the best with
which we are acquainted.
G. M. ROBERTS, G. H. BROWN.
M. D. MI6 -LIPS, D. G. 0 FfB,
H: A. TIBBETTS, LEWIS REED.
P.B.—You are at liberty to publish thisfor the pub
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! We are not aware tha
any one who is making a spurious article has yet dar
ed to make use of our name ; but some of them has
bad the impudence to imitate our boxes and copy our
Circilara, Certificates, &c. Unless the public are
careful when 'hey purchase, they svill bo deceived.
CO'The genuine Sovereign Balm Pills can be had
wholesale and retai ,of Dr. SOULE & Co., Syracuse
Onondaga Co. N. Y•
Sold by Dr. It C PORTER, Towanda Pa., and hi
their Agents in every town in the country. qty
Removed to B. Kingsbery's Block !
W 4. Chamberlin,
tr .:* 14 6 - n A S j tut returned from the city
. of New York with a large
. viz - .„ .. .sik supply of Watches, Jewelry and
/ ~1 , ,
. z . I? , silver Ware, comprising in part,
I , i 1 ~,,; the following articles :—Lever,
, 0 ,
~. ;,,.:_7., L'Epine and Plain Watches, with
-- -1- 1 „.„... , ..il a complete assortment of Gold
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Fin
ger Rio rs,Breast Pins, Bracelets, Lockets, Gold chains,
Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which he offers
for sale erceeedingly cheap for CASH.
Watches repaired on short notice, and warranted
to run well,or the money will be refunded, and a wri'
ten agreement given to that effect if required.
N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Product
taken in payment for wotk ;.and als). kern now, an
orever,that the Produce must be paid when the wor
is done—l war aglinst credit in all its fcirrus.
W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent.
Towanda, April 28, 1850.
(lAMB to the enclosure of the subscriber in the
J township of Pike—one red yearling steer, with
a star in the face—also, a yearling heifer. The
carver is hereby notified, to prove property, pay
charges. and take them away. S. BRINK.
U_•l.:s, I 83?.
St:lint:HT, Jan. 21, 2852
I N the Brick Block, nest door to ?dem urs unit
I just added to their stock; a large and (ash,
ble assortment of.
Ready made Clothing,
ADAPTED TO THE srANnx,
o f every rariety,both of Idyl. and price, to "xi
they ask the Sr ention of the public. Thei fi
the largest St( ck
Ever Offered in Towand a f ,
and will be sold at prices considerable
ever before known in this place. Our g o , ns
selected with a legard both to style and 'price
offer inducements, not to be rriii with at a a .' unt
Eir Strangers visi in Tonraluia,orm,
ers in want of c G twit
THE LARGEsT At4BORTMEST
at our establishment, in this section of ib e , ) , 4r,
and made in such style and malerial• a,
satisfaction. We shall endeavor by
rAixr pawns de. GOOD cLen tort
to secure petronage, feeling confident that ° tau
des will give satisfaction to the purchaser.
The assortment comprises every article 1 , 1
for a gentleman's outfit. TERNIii-..cAsy ,
Ocereocitr, Coats Pants, (hrawlit
LoesTioss.—Next door south of Mercar',
st. Towanda ; and No. 7 Water st. Arni,ou
Elmira; and order A. C. Porters Hotel, Tii,ga
age, Tiuga Co. Pa.
Towanda May 29th Itrit.
Difficulties on the Rio Grande!
WAR ! WAR ! MAR
contest T tl ec t: unof h p a a s rr ee h ) a m ,
e tt s ee t e ., ) , c r e c ;l , and 7 v , %:,
aule the public to deterrn:ne (hat d is ;0 the r;e:
est to supply them,elves front
CECE.A2 CLOTZIING_ ,
AND rtrazrzsautra Es;
Duars Sufi! It If Reid; kow—.Vai n it.
where the subscriber has just returned Intra
lurk, bnzigiug, a tt.i him wet at ,, uflraeu
Panty and Staple Articles,
selected tv:th the most pertomerl care. I rom t!
city houses.. —These tozether w, h hot former,
enables 11 . 111 11/ Pifer It/ 'he public an asse
which ft r excellence of material, beauty of 7:
mapship, and elegance of style, cannot be
passed in this section of country, and when
prepared to sell at the very lowest CASH
He has also attached to his establishment
Cully selecird stock of
Cloths and Tailor's Trimmings,
and is thus enabled to furnish.and make
the best pianrer, and at the sitple,:
ry article in his line of business.
He i, confident that fr.,m hi, !,..nt.t exper,
he can give genera! sati.farii , n. He ertir
but t,he most expert w.ut:rne, an a,.
his work wiil not suffer by r , tnivirt ,
best city shops etcher in exc , fence (1 w
ship nr elegance of style ; arid hi pei hr stnc
tin!) to business, to merit a continnanee o f h i
eral patronage which has been eltenie. 42
Returning sincere thanks for paq Lion
asir4 the public to give him a call and sccortt.
selves. o. — f Dont forget the Wave.
Three DO , rS South of fine: P.a.
CUT FING done a. u•nal and warrme.
fit if properly made up...CT
Towanda, July 13 1852. G. H. BUNTM
.1( 7'.'614 1
• . i
MAKE READY! TARE A!!,1! F
J OHN E. Graf; H , vtiou!i! e.sy
J the public at herige, that he ti .(
111111 tuanul. , ctt ring R i fles an f; in,
.linung his a eisortnteet i,f (;1164 n rr I'4
and single barrelled
Ponder Flasks, Shot P.Kienee, Gen• Du'•
Pritnet P. Also, Poi% der, Shot, tie
. Aliens' six barrette.' Revoli ing
l'urelled self cocking Peetols, F.de Pnir: die
Pistiila and common steel and liras.;
F 0., F. F. 0., F. F. F. 0„ Powder CCI
inanity on hand.
May of the above articles will a soo! :aft:
for the bendy Puy.
Keys of any kind fitted to Doors. Trinii
other kind of locks on ,•hoit notice cad rroowl ,
ffepairtng done with neatness and desi,Avt.
few rods north of the Ar3Jl. od Hose
Towanda. May i 2, 1$ 2. J. E. G E!G F
BRADFORD COUNTY PIM
rT E H Subscriber, have recently , pene? or
di lands in Tuscar..ra Town - ou., find , :
Pa., a bed of Mineral and Fire Prof, Pvi:.
they offer to the attention of the [lOl P.d*
cle which is now extensively used thr•OVII
country recommends tell to general 131
cheapness and by its peculiar peopertr ,
mg after a short exposure, as hard as 5 .0.'
ing, buildings both tire aad waterproof.
We ask of the piddle to give our p 2 '
being wilting that it shall stand upon ; • el:
its, in full confidence that no art.c'e in mine
passes it in value. We have had it tettr ,
tical men, who declare it snperioe to an`
Mineral Paint, now offered to the puht,c.
We have made preparations for raptor: ,
quantity that may be needed, and Oat , " 1 ,
ply at nearly every store in the Courny, ,o l.
public an opportunity of testa g u.
Those who may %sish to communta e
Upon She subject, will address us at Lacw
oming Co. Pa. CYRUS SllUtll t
This is to certify, that I have lhor'' , :'
the paint recently diset.ere,l by
Montgomery, and in my opomni
not better. than Blake , , or any other ) 41 '
used. I recommend it to the robin . .
Mt)t7iES T. CA
Towanda, Sept. 4, 1,35'2
TO THE TRAVELING PI
NIL OLMSTED, Norm [Toll ol' tha
1 ' 32Ichange, iz ,re, hi. hank
and the traveling piihlic generarr , h' th*
AN OMNIBUS ,
and soileits the e.,:mnitl-re or
will run regularly to ant 1,-orn the W,ort;?!
to meet the Mail Trains for the ac e '''" it
strangers and travelers, who wi.h to 1 • it
ant village on busine4s Jr : thetar.,... A
of first rate
Four Horse iloarbeS
are running . through I,‘ To,%and.b
will he insured a scat in the c, , ach fns '
and those go.ng to the
R A I L-110
can stop at Athens, and spola an bout 0
and he insured conveyance in time
regular trains of cars zoing, Fact or Vre' t •
Also those who wish i leave their :et
can be conveyed to and I rorrohe cats freed
' Athens, Sept., 3. 1852
Tw° OR THREE (100130' HORSV
quire of JOHN R. Yig f