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"LICIVDY'9 Patent Spir.ll Knife Hay and St:EtlC
■■..,Cutters of various sizes, ,Nos. !, 2,3, 4, 5
and- 6. Prices. ssi fa, $lO, $ l 2, $ l 5 nutrs 2o - -
1 1 1eSIOW113v Cutters are better and cheaper than
thelstiaight knife cutter, With•liniveif set' (11q1 0 122 1 1Y
.PO4 atv essm Cutter are spiral, which
ettiblett . them 'cut at right angles against the raw
hide roller. They cut Sicac,:ily, with no je ing—
tib.Ciiiiti! kept in repair. Each knife can be taken
s iiiitia.sharperied without disturbing the shaft (nr
intierknivesjand if necessary each knife can beset
out c r in, suss to keep them all true, if one knife
-- akislitti wear faster than another. Every farmer
should have - one of these labor and feed saving ma.
chines: . R. H. WELLES.
Atfteri. Pa., Jan. 8. 1553.
THE verybest article to be found in the county
A. and cheapest—(Warranted)—for rale at the
Agricultural and Stove Siore of R. M. W MIX&
p COXING Stoves of various and excellent pat.
'lers; siies and prices. Four patterns of eleva•
led Ovell'CoAting Stoves, the best to Le found in
tradfOrli, far: sale cheap. Elegant Parlor Stores. for
- vrbtid or 'coal, of different patterns, 8:c. Box and
"etidl Stoies far Halls, Stores; Churches, Shops,
Schped 'llocipes, dm., very cheap. Call at the Ath
ens attiVe.ktOre of R. M. WELLES.
tPONCE 1 1ATti,S and foot bath pans for sale
3f.t..,bathing 'Os are equ a l to the best
4.tylmasla.• • A R. M. WELLES
Jan. 8, 1853.
Oils I Oils !
OHHTIN'S celebrated wittier strained Lard OIL,
N. 4 for machinery, Warranted not to gum. Also,
.an etcellent but cheaper article fur Lamps, 4c.
:`;iNiir.a.r's Fool. OIL for Leather, Harness, Sc., all
EFslHe by, the quantity or less, cheap fur cash or
py, at the Athens Agricultwal Store of
R. M. WELLES.
Patent Eleathei Belting I
A LL sisas
a _ of Patent oak an d
. hemlock brined
nit Lace Leather, at 10 per cent. less
than any retail prices to be had for cash at the Adi•
en's- Agricullurc/ Slots of R. M. N'‘'ELLD4.
, Jan. 8; 1853.
kJF yin kinds in Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper. Brass, &c ,
done on short notice. Workmanship &c., war.
ranted to gixe, satisfpetion.
Tin roofing' done in such a manner as Shall please
call on . R. M. W E LLES.
Athens, January 8, 1853..
Axes! .a.zes 1
Ogitae pi ve ry •low prices for ready pay i tha
A . very best Axes to he found in this vicinity,
made °Wrath* best cast and silver steel, of various
pattern! far-lumberman and wood choppers, and
warrtitted:- Efafi at the Athens A griCultura I store of
Jan:13.1851 • R. M. WELLE`t.
HANG OUTTHE BANNER!!
- - 4 - horsel a tioree my
4 , • ;lir hnnie-and costonters4o take away
V the goods. Notwithstanding - the late
1 4 1 ' •
w disastrous fire, A. M. WARNER is
And at No. I Brick Rots , you'll find
Most anything that's in hia line,
Prom a cambrieWeedie of the finest kind,
To a jewelled Watch Of eighteen karat fine.
Clocks which keep time accurate and true ;
Breast...puts of every style and hue,
Goldoitilver, steel and 'plaudnitaiss,
rigaget,ti°ll% mygelsh,'4lly what a pile
01 t o and eveist style;
Teri!tiitllie the yating,llas gravel, the gag,
Irfaythare be seen in rlegantarray,- -
MONVAll4llt.Whti is himself a t hitstP
is'arw,ays ready. and a ! pest,
rd. Watt liprin iris customers and all
,'' Who chance upon 'inn to give a call.
With good advice make up your minds
TO call on him and there you'll find
:finch sights, my eyes, 0 ! what a view
Jewelry of every style and hoe.
al•Don't mistake the place No. I. Brielt row,
elfere ha is prepared to do all kinds of
in his line -of bnsines, at the cheyest rates that can
possibly be affurded. He will also sell his jewelry
at ';itrper cent tower, than was ever before cared in
ad( marliet. p Call and see.,CD
Towanda: Nov. 12, V 52. A. M. WARNER.
Removed to B. Kiogsbery's Block !
• ' Chanabertin,
TT AS just returned from the city
of New York' with a large
• , „,
- supply of Watches, Jewelry . and
• . 1 r Silver ware, comprising in part,
.•' 4, 2‘ . .. the following articres:—Lever,
~,.1 . - . ;. l ,.L'Epineond Plain Watches, with
4 4 —4. a complete assortment of Gold
- Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Fin
Or Rings, reast Bracelets, Lockets,Gold — chains,
9011;Pens, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of Silverware,
and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which he offers
gn sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH.
Watches repaired on short notice, and warranted
taxon well.or the money will be refunded, and a wri'
ten agreement given to that effect if required.
N. B.—MAPLE and Country Produe
taken in payment forwark; end Cs). learn now, an
orever,that Ilse Produce must be paid whet tht war
is 400 - 4 war a gainst credit in all its forms.
W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent.
Towanda, April L'B, 1652.
LOOKING CLASS PLATES cut and fitted 07
any size, tä be bad at the Jewelry store of
May 15, 1832. W. A. CHAMBERLIN
Saddle,' flainess & Trunk Manufactory.
•TERE CULP & Co., respectfully inforni public
a.l. that they have removed to tha shoffon Main street,
monk, occupied by Smith & Son, - nearly opposite
the' Ward House, where they will keep on band a
Ilargat,stoett. of •
11M113 1 3a3C6 CIA1:015% 0=133 1)
, Luse, imps, AIM.
~-AU articles in their line manufactured to order. and
selde of the hest inatcrial,and for workmanship cannot
be surpassed. n Northern . Pennsylvania, They solicit
rretall from those -wishing to purchase, confident that
they Mtn give satisfaction both as to quality4nd'price.
Crllideseind Sheep Pelts received for work and on
account, atthe fewest rates.
- Sale • Leather, tipper. Leather, Murices Le/taker and
Call alma, fur Wei in any quantity.
rtN account of losses sustained at [the late are. we
%.,egigstsghliged.to alien those inkebted to its for a
wolgltyttiessent,..as:wirere under, the neeessity of
whit is owing to us, we trust this notice will
be sufficient without resorting to other means.
4, -Iriwands; Dee. 4; 1954. •
Wdin' % GOODII-4 large and desirableassort
, toent Or bishop lawns, swiss and book • inns.
lit lamas% eambrim and bared muslin* at
at 1. MU. MERCURP.
0 .... _ . .
Ortelonftions, rasztronts, - & c: - I
Qivorit in iliesOnti, end of the Monklicrowei: well
L.' known as the largest, cheapest end-meet eztensivt
assortment West of - *Wetly; : i Vaitiiiiiii it tention will
,he elven to any or ell who 'May "wish sto call, eithkr to
...iiimine : or purchase, and , any medical information
will ho cheerfully 'and grain itotetygiven to thwiewhe
wbwarivli to consulcconeerning theintalios or friendS.
eontinuarassoppties of fresh and recently prepared au
rides are weekly arriving, having ban carefully in
leeted with 'n view to their woltibinivanci any ar ticle
wanted not usually kept, either will,be, fqund here, or
procured at 'the 'shortest- notice 'hi Express, (or those
_Accommodating: clerks itlyireyo
will he 'eady to`sefely compound any'prete:ription end
endeavor w'make it (vrtiaterer the purchase) mutu a lly
agreeable', All goods shalt be considered
ao•tepresented, and,bileit Agent fur the best rind pop
oho Patent Nfedidiriefi l , all those 'found in tin" „knit
can be relied' upon. in all cases, a 4 being 'genuine. 'I'M
stock now comprises every article inlite trade, among
which may be found theloilunriug :
Drugs and Medicine& • ' '
•CID 9. . ' Blo e B . orris ,•' '
lassafoetida . - e goill '
iambic ' valerian •
camphor *meg° -
Ig uaiac 1- it cre
oi L 9,
t or erm
Peruvian (.Ica'ta i
nero , i
eod liver ete
Sugar, Coffee and Tea of all kinds, molasses, spice
pepper. closes, mustard, .nutmeg, mace, fish, resins,
citrons, currants, salad oil, cocoa, ch ocolate, soda,
butter crackers, rice, starch, ginger, saleratus, white
and bar soap, sperm and tallow candles, jugs, bottles,
pipes, pepper sauce dm.
• Liquors. ' • •
Cocain, Otard and . American - Brandy, St. Croix.
Old Jamaica and New England Ruth, pure Holland
and Am. Gin, Irish and Monnngahela Whiskey, Ma.
dei,a Lisbon, Sherry, Teneriffe Port, Muscat, Claret
and Champaign Wines—Cordials, Rose, Amour Mn•
kee, Noyeau &c,, cheaper than ever offered.
Soaps, Perfumery and Fancy Goods.
Shaving clean! windsor, medicated, sand,
musk, almond, palm', french, toilet, rose, and transpa
rent soaps, Lubins, french, and Wright* estracts of
(Amy club, patchoully. bog, de caroline, musk, millo
flews, verbena, heliotrope, sweet brier, geranium
spring flowers, west end and new mown hay
Cachous, cologne, bay and rose waters. Lilly white
Spanish pearl powder, rouge hair dyes, hair invigors
tors, hair erat.imiturs, hair oil, pomade; court plaster.
perfume Riche's, playing cards, pencil points, stet I
pens, fish hooks, drawing pencils, percussion cops, re I
black, and indelible inks, combs, purses, pocket books,
port monais, wafers, pocket mirrors napkin rings an
travelling companions &c.
Hai:, hat, stove, scrub, shoe, paint, marking, varnish
stratr;nrtitit earners hair, Striping blender's and badger's
whitewash. counter, flesh, tooth, nail comb broom cloth
infant; lather, table,torse and bleating brush*
Tobacco and snuff boxes, nipple shelli, nursing but
tics, breast pumps, teeth rings bed pans, syringes, ahoul
der braces, trusses, supporters, pessaries, catheters,cup
ing glasses, graduates, mortars, spatula, forceps lancets
thermometers, liquid and spread adhesive plasters, &c.
Faints and Dye BUIEFa.
Nit.. red, cam and log wood, flidic, lac dye, cudbear
red saunders, madder, alum, copperas r brae vitriol, sob
tin, composition chemic oil, vitriol, oxalic and all the
acids, grain tin, pumice and rotten stone, American &
Chinese vermillion, Spani s h brown, American & Vng
fish Venetian verdigris, Paris green, white, black and
red Teed, cNfitnr jelfoVe - rind green, japan, coach arid
copal varnish, lampblack, litharge, putty, whiting ochre
spirits turpentine, linseed oil, rosin, chalk, umber, sien
na, gold leaf, bronze, &c.
French Gloss 24-30, 2730, 20.30, 20.24, 22.24,14
18, 12-20, 12-18, 12-16,10.14, 10-12, 8-10, 7-9.
POLE AnETT YOH
Dr. Jaynes' Alterative Expectorant, Sanative &e.
Fitche's expectorant, tonic humor corrector, 4-e.
Merchant's Gargling Oil fog horses, 4-c.
Swayne's medicines, wild cherry. 4c.
Brant's Pulmonary Balsam and Extract, etc.
Houghton's Pepsin or Gastric juice for dyspepsia
Osgood's Indian Cholagogue, for fever and ague.
Bcarpa's Acoustic oil for Deafness.
S. P. Top/riser d'S Sarsaparilla.
Schenck's Pulnmnic Syrup.
Dr. Keeler's Family medicines.
Hutching's Dyspepsia Bitters.
Hoaflaud'a German Bitters, fur Dyspepsia and Debility
Brown's Essence Jamaica Ginger. •
Duboy's Rat and Mice Exterminator. .
Also agent for Herrick's medicines, plasters, etc., An
drew', and Davis' Pain Killer, Graefenberg mesh
eines, Pale Elcctuaries etc., salt sbeum, tenet, riot
worm, spavio and founder ointments, etc.; toot)
cordial, plasters, poor man's salves, eye waters, lini
ments, eraviee soap, bed bug poison. • Hobensack's
and Plark's Worm syrup, Christie's Galvanic curs
tiers, Moffat's Phoenix Bitters, Trask's magnetic,
Sloan's, Dailey's, and McAllister's Ointments. Dil
low's Heave Powder, Condition Powder, dm. All
the numerous kinds of Pill%
Phosgene, superior Burning fluid. Camphene,wha.c.,
lard and sperm oil ; new and beintifol patterns.of fluid
amps now being opened Catophene, side and hang..
Mg lamps for hall and store use, girandoles, etc.
. • Tobacco.
Cavendish, James, Natural It af,tutkish iearfiTatti
John. Anderson's fine cot, Bogg'sdennyjohOdlshining
etc.; - choice brands, pure 0140.
All of which will be sold et
Remember that Dr.Torter's Chetip Drug ia Chemi
cal Store is" in the sMith end of the Ward HoutieciAns
dbortrabove the post office
• ' 1.. C. PORTER, M., Xll..
Towanda. Towanda. June 4,_1852. •
500 NEW 40'Gaffoa Casks, a first rate - attic ti
1111 = 1 . 111 L. 11 E3nttlItilliNlbtio• " '
WHEREAS, my wife Polly has left mixed' and
v V board without An* cause or prirrocitlia.—
Tberefore, this is to forbid ill 'persons irotio fruit
or barbor ber on my account, as Isbell Itayiuf debris
of hor contracting after this date.
itidgebery, Nov.:., f 8674 • S. RlCLlAtl*nr
castile scrap .
tr .. ittiah, lustre
burg. pitch ,
corks • '
lotter or annatto
, 'Stir, STILL ?ALIVE !
7 410 - kllaftlef, thWriicirriWaniliiiFetipled ' by 14.
I.k S. Bailey as grocery and Post office 3 doors
south of Montanyes corner, where he has received
a full, new arid complete stock of DRUGS, MEDI
GIN ES, GROCERIES, &e.which he will sell cheap'
er for ca ever.
.Hero you will find annexed a few leading articles :
Senna Alex.,Fosgate's Cordial
do Inie Mix Opi
Cream Tartar Hay's Liniment
Sup C Soda Hair Dye
Manna, • Harlem Oil
Magnesia Calc'd Ointment, Traska '
do Carb, do Dalley's
do S S do MeAllester
do Henry's Shakers Herbs ]
Colocynth do Extracts
do Appl; Tilden's Alcoeolic Ex't
Cochineal Rbei Extract
Trusses Hulls Jalap Extract
do Marshes, Meakim's Vanilla Ex't
do Shaker, do Lemon do
Balsam Wisters do Mace do
do Cheesmans do Almond do
do . Fir . _ do Cloves
do Copabia do Allspice do
dO - Tofu, - do Nutmegs do
do Peru do Peach do
do Pulmoffary do Ginger do
do . Sulphur do Cinnamon do
Acid Tartaric do Orange do
do Acetic do Tonka do
do Benzonie Lubin's Springflower
do - Citric do' Musk • do
do Nitric do Violette do
do Oxalic do Magnolia do
do Hydrocyanc do Sweet Bri'r do
do Sulphuric do Jesmin do
Oil Linseed do Jocit'y CI% do
do Sperm do Caroline do
do Olives do Jenny Lind do -
do Castor do Boquet do
do Neatsfuot Syrings, Pewter as'm'nt
do Almonds do Glass do
do Amber Rect • Nursing Bottles, Glass
do Amber Heil : :do do • G. E.
do Aniii , Rad Rhei Turk
do Caraway do do
do Croton do Ipecac
do ,Cubebs do Jalap
do Curnmin do Ginger White
do Fennel, do Orris
do Lemon Gum Camphor
do Cassia .do Opi Turk
do Cod Liver do Myrrh Trot
do Lavandula G do Arabic do
do Neroli do Copal
do Jesmia do Aloes Soet
do Nutmeg do Aloes Cape
do Orange Chloride Lime
do Rhodium ' do Soda .
do Rose Castor Russ
do Cedrat Isinglass do
do Copabia ...lEvens' Lancers
do Ergot Nitro Silver, Op't
do Verbena -
do Violette - '•• Ifilue Pill I mer.
do Mellesse raide Potass
do Melbe fl aer Tart do
do Pa tehonly Carb do
Brushes, Paint Sulph do
do Varnish Oaustie do
do Hair Citrate Ferri
do Hair,Camel lodide do
do Nail • : Tannin • -
do Tooth .: Proto lod'Herettry
do Shaving , Strychnia
do Flesh Piperia
do Cloth - • Elateriaza •
do Hat lodine
Soap, Yankee Veratria
do Crystalline Kreosote
do Eng. Wind Low's Hydra Cum Crete;
do Coopers Morphine Sulph
de 'Rose - .do Act
do Victors' - : Calomel, American
do Orange do English,
do Tooth Precipitate Red
do Erosive do White
do Castile Sulph Zmei
do Military Bronze, Crimson
do Savia do Pale Gold
do Brown do Dark do
Frieopherons ',. do White
Pain Killer Gold Leaf, Op't '
Ayers Cherry Pectoral China Vermillion
Oxygenated Bittegs , - , America do
Stoughton Bitters - Prussian Blue
Chloroform • ' Pig ' do
Hoffman's Anodyne •• Venitian• Red, English
Together With Paints;Turpentine, Varnish, Dye.
Woods dr'Dye-Stuffs,Glass,,,Rotty, choice Groceries,
pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal purposes.—
Also, Cigars of the best brand:; ands!! articles con
fleeted with the trade.
Having secured the services of Dr. S. Horror;
whr keeps his office at this store, and will give me
dical advice gratis to people, they paying for the
medicines 0r1y... Physicians can rely upon having
their preacriptions carefully compounded and pat
up. The stock has been selected with great care,
and the goods will be warranted as represented.
All of Dr. D. Jaynes' medicines. Ayres Cherry Pee
scheneks Pulmonic Syrup of Yellow Dock
Root, Orrick'S, Hobensacks, and Jaynes' Yermifuge.
Together with all of the most popular Patent medicines
dow in use constantly on hand and for sale at
REED'S Drag Store.
Three Doors below Montanye's :amen
Towanda, January 3, .1853.
60BARRELIS °fold Ohio Wbiakey just received
and for said Wholesale and retail, at Reed's
Drug Store, - ' •
Q QUIST/XS et Codfish, 20 boxes or Herring,
(-7 Itharrele of flateratne,' warrented in 'prithe
order.• left on ktiler-it'Neii Ynriv cash' prices at,
HEZDV:Drag "fificite,A V- 'TOwlitaldi laif „ 2g, 1853;'
of the iargest • assort.
N." merit ever offered in Bride
1 :011i goanty.een be found at J.
&S Alexander's Clothing Store
first door month of Mercur's 137
df r l / 4 14 21111 71:W . -7•-•
*El**, itistablish Banchi that &boy.
iiace• -..Ali 4%t walk wit be sofil at d iprk mark
ed aud.no , deviaticlkia .aniLizteldiettbottbi
directlinia Abe ldaaaracturet ot Mada-to , oaraehres
and litirrantedpgilapntir eupisfaa4on. l Every del
acription of, '
maisocomenscc r inid 4WAS: Also,
and Women, 0 1 . 147iia and In dia
• • = Rubber Otter
G Please call andviansine. for loarselies.,C2
Towanda, Oct. 22, 1857 - ' " ens
Belirang' l3 inTEACCOMIZO by
raven thsfiferse Ofillit'gtive, 'and let fir 'gone Oat
•I';"mj.ilitully Mid frimidshadlott hoperiof litre2-
eovery ; and when in this situation,' first* Mimi Ter
cued bt &elite - of Sqtreetelt,Crulmortte) Syrup, 'I des
she teistifAelfitigiatifel..'ernOtiou'.tcs...D4 , Schenci
the unspeakable .benefit have received front
of his invaluable Medictne.
Early last!failel;cmatracteda violent celd,, anti
consequence of Winch I had chills, alternated. with fe
ver'; 'paints In my right breast and shoulder blade, 'with
t bad cough.— and no- ,expectoratiOn:' I kept getting
wage untit I took my bed, and had the attendance' of
atiliray lihysician. I was under his care about four
weds, and at the espirktion of that time was reduced
so low that despair took hold of myself and Mende,
and even my. physician abandoned me and pie me
up to die-with the hasty conidUiption. -My appetite
was gone, my bowels very irregular. fever and sight 7.
meats, pain in my breast and shoulder, attended with
• distressing cough, which was very tight my' flesh
had nearly. ell gone, and was sit weak thit I ,could
scarcely raise my head from thlpillow, and was, truly
an object of pity to behold.. M friends had beery- sent
foe to.see me die, end my sick bed was surrounded by
• kind and svmpathizieg neighbors, who had. come to
witness my departure from thin world.
Whin•all rays of hope bad fled .91 my recovery. a
neighbor, Mr. David Conrad, proposed to try Schenck'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 et the time,
" that I was the fargonefor this Syrup -to- be of any
pertnanentiamefit." My wife, anxious for the' relief
of my intense sufferings, procured some of the Put
manic Syrup. I found it afforded me relief, and con
tinued using it. I could feel its healing influence
upon my lunge.
I continue to improve under its use, and my friends
were much gratified 'to witness my unexpected im
provement; many of my neighbors came to look at me
as one raised from - the dead.
My cough now became loose, and I felt something
break, when I had the pain in my West, and I dis
charged large quantities of yellow matter. I hare for
weeks discharged and raised a spit box full of matter
every day, with hard lumps like grains of something.
My bowels now become regular and natural, and my
appetite was so far improved, that I could scarcely re.
frain from eating too much. My strength improved,
and I regained my flesh.
I continued to improve in every respect soori 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 the latter
part of winter and 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 Pulmonte
Syrup in curing pulmonary diseases.
Lest this Statement be thought too highly eolcred by
some peOple; I subjohrsertificateavf a number of the
inhabitants of 'recony, who saw me Ai/differeht times
- durititymy disease, and never erected to see me rester
ed. •I also append the certificate of the brotheris of
Mystic Lodge, N 0.270,1. 0. of O. F., 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 ,Pullnonie 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 Taeony, and am well known by most o
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 subscribers, members of the Mystic I od je, No.
270, 1.0. of 0. F. of Holmesburg, Pa. do hereby cer
tify that we know John C. Green, (and is a member
in good standing in No. 270 1. 0. of 0. F.) who was
dangerously ill - with a low Pulmonary Consumption,
last w int. r, so that they give him r'p .o die ; that he
is now fully restored to perfect health, and they believe
his recovery was produced by Schenck's Pulmonic
We believe his certificate is correct in every par.
ticular. HENRY NEFF, P. G.
ALFTED ROBINSON, P. G.
. ABRAHAM ARTHUR, P. G.
J. K. OSMAN, N.0.4
JACOB WATERMAN, JR!
JAMES C. GAINER.
Holmesburg, Philadelphia Co., bine 25, 1851.
The undersigned, residents of Tammy, 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
ery from the very last stages of Pulmonary Consump
tion. So entirely helpless was his condition, having
been but a brief period since in that rapitty sinking
and emaciate state, as to overly preclude, in the opin
ion of his physicians and friends, who watched by - his
bedside, all hopes of even ti 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
previous prostrate, not to say dying condition, one of
the most startling results that the whole annals of medi
cal skill or science can produce. It deserves to be im
perishably reco-ded to your credit, and secure to you,
the greatest discoverer of this hitherto remediless dis
ease, a lasting monument and a world-wide reputation
in the healing art, that no time may either diminish or
destroy. Having witnessed Mr. Green's distressing
struggles and sufferings from a continued • cough, an
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 on
nterons 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 exclusive use of your wonderful Syr
up ; and we should indeed rejoice if we meld be made
the humble instruments of relief and cure to others who
may be so unfortunate as tole similarly afficted.
David Conrad, Jesse Duffield,
Joseph Heatl,Jr., 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.,
Wbolvsale Druggists, 177 North Third street, Phil's.
Clicken & Co. 81 Barclay street, N. Y. Redding & Co.
No. 8 State st. Boston ; H. Blakelcy, corner Third and
Chestnut streets. St. Louis ; and by principal Druggists
throeghout the United States. And by the following
Agents in Bradford County :
H. C. Porter, Towanda ; D. Bailey & Son, leßays
vile ; T. Humphrey, Orwell; Maynard & Woodbum,
Rome ; J. .1. Warfo'd, Monroe ; D. D. Parkhurst„
Leßoy; C. E. Rathbone, Canton; King & Vosburg
Troy; 11; A. Perkin', Athena.
trj'All letters addressed to DR. J. H. SCHENCK,
Care ofJobn Gilbert Co., Whok sale Druggists, No.
I 77 North Third ;greet, Philadelphia.
Attention Regiment !
MAKE .READY!..TAKE AIM! . FIRE!!
JTOHN E. GEIGER, would say to his old, friends and
aut gublicaklarge,tbat he hasjconstantly on hand
and manufacturing Rides and Oboe Guns We., am—
Among bis assortment of Guns maybe, found ,Double
and 'sr ogle barrelled Oups,Riges of all kinds !warranted.
PCnsder - Plailts, Shot 1 2 3uches, Gaspe Bags, Cap
Primis. Also, Powder, Shot, °spoof, the. best quail
ty.. Allays' sit barrelled *noising Pistols, do single
barrelled self orking Pistols, Rifle Pistols, double bbl
Pistols rand•corarnon steel and, rass Pistol&
le G. , F. r. lay F.P.F. G., Powder in Cans cow
air - tidy on hand.
• Any of the abcrse.artielee will be sold awful cheap
tor the ReadiParl
Keys. of any Itinditishd to , Doors. ~Trunka or any
ithieibid, locks *hint notice and reasonable term
Repairing done with neatness- arid Skop a
raw grada north of the Bradfcul Housei 1,-
Vociat* 2;0852.: 3. r. .GEIGEn.
E9° d 4 BffoEB--the littgeet at" best sieell
'lit loft at esti B. KIN 8111.311-'.l.
sr~a - ua~
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.: igienaie ? li , ateadineat t0,11.,241.4,40;ie‘
01ifir l Of utigi,pueet end the - pukie.equate,,end
wllicontinue thei inaiti(actuno-91Boote ead.Shiee s as
He hos just recei64lrtiM New York - a large assort-
Merit of Womeree,,Citiktren'tarullifissal Shoes. *bleb
ers,effered et low prices. • •The , attention of the
istparicularly directed lo hie assortment, comprising
the; lollop styles ;--Eitamelled Jenny Lind gai
ter hoots ;;- do. shoes; black lasting and. silk gaiters;
walking shoes, buskins,drc. Misses' imitate and shoes,
of every detcription. A large assortment of Children's
fatter gaiters, boots and 'shoes, - of all kinds.
For ttio, Gentlemen, almost every style of gaiters and
shoes. This stock has been personallfselected `with
eat* and he believes he can offer superior articles at
a:TThe strictest attentil , psid to Martufdetuhrg ,
end he bopcs. by doing .wor well to. merit.. continu
ance of tht liberal patronsgq. he has hitherto received:
Towanda:, May 8, 18,51. , •
Jo* C. ADAIIIS MAervaiimis.
=PAM ac neatasA3Marai,
ATTORNEYS-AT LAW. •
TO IMAMS Bradford Courts Pa.
I - WEAVING located in Towanda, his services may
be obtained by addressing a line through the-Post
Office, or by calling at the offieti of Ulysses Mercer,
Esq., where he will be found; or where a written ap
licatinon may be left. Nov. 1, lab O- •
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 BLACKSMITHING upon reasonable terms.
They. ere 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 most ski!.
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 hest materials.
The public are requested to give us a trial, and judge
for themselves. ESENWINE do SEEDISCHH.
Towanda, May 2. 1851.-
FicRA TJ FY E TOP Tig.! DIM
Important to housekeepers:
- - - , 4 ,_ _ THE R übscriber thankful for the
~.Alf:Y,.., ... — ..;...7 ',-.,'.': - liberal patronage heretofore re.
''X-'7,. F .,:, ',"" "`"::.. - ceivedibep leave to inform his
„,.. T ,,. : ,,,, •,, frieiads analthe public, genes ally,
, ,;; 7 ; land those Copmetteinc Rouse
'l - leePirig in particular that he has
Irlah - ....NW al COM
:far . 1 . now on hand a large assortment
...." I I of FURNITURE, which he will
warrant to be made in a substantial manner, and of
the beet materials.
BUREAUS, such as mahogany anti walnut dress
ing bureaus, marble and plain tops ; mahogany and
("walnut washstands, marble tops, and plain, of dif
ferent patterns, Card and end tables, Sofas Couch
es, whatnots, &c.
UEADSTEADS.—High, Field, French and low
post beadsteads, finished in handsome style and of
approved patterns, together - with other furniture usu
ally called for, all 01 which will be sold on the most
(0 - % The subscriber is also provided with a plain
and fashionable HEARSE, 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
FINS READY MADE. CHESTER WELLS.
N. B.—Furniture of all kinds made to order, and
warranted to be of the best matt rials and workman.
Towanda, January 17, 1852
IrELAX, TEEM SUCH.
Noicr Genuine unless accompanieu o aMC sim•l
le of the above Engraved Wrapper of Dr. E. Ir
SOULE & Co., upon each box.
In offering to the public this justly celebrated SOV
EREIGN BALM OF LIFE, it is not our wish to
make any falserstetements or wila, assertions of.their
superior efficiency in restoring to health the 'Sick and
suffering, well knowing that their reputation as a
STANDARD MEDICINE is of itself sufficient refer
ence for the affiicted,
btany 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 alt cases, being purely vegetable, and a medi
eine worthy their best confidence and patronage.
The following certificate was sent us for the public.
Hymnist-et, Monroe Co. N. Y., May 10, 1851.
We the undersigned, citizens of Henrietta, having
used personally Dr. Sautes Sorereign Balm Pills, and
witnessed the health-restoring effects thereof, cheerfully
recommend these Pills to the afflicted as the best with
which we are acquainted.
G. M. ROBERTti, G. H. BROWN.
M. D. PHILLIPS, D. G. 0 PIS,
11. A. TIBBETTS, LEWIS REED.
P. S .--You are at liberty to publish this for the pub.
%mans OF COUSTEIITEITO . 1 . We are not aware the
any one who is making a spurious article has yet dar
ed to make use of our name ; but some of them has
had the impudence to imitate our boxes and copy our
Circclant, Certificates, etc. Unlesd the public are
careful when they purchase, they will be deceived.
The genuine Sovereign Balm Pills can be had
wholesale and ectar of Dr. SOULE dr, Co., Syracuse
Onondaga Co. N. Ir. . .
Sold by Dr. H. C PORTER,Towanda Pa., and b ./
their Agent's in every town in the country. -21 y
Nortm's Salt Rheum and Wallin Ointment.
NO EXCUSE FOR SUFFERING WITH SALT
Three boxes warranted to cure a surface as large
as oar hands -
NORNON'S Saltrhenm and Scrofula ointment has
no equal in curing Saltrheum, Scrofula; Erysipelas,
Barber's Itch, Fever Sores, Scald Heads, Ringworms
For sale in Towanda. by Dr. H. C. PORTER.
Lafayette Burr Mill Stone
MBE undersigned, formerly foreman for many
years of the Lafayette Burr Mill Stone Manu
factory, 240 Washington St.. N. lc., (W. Tyaek,
agent.) would inform his friends and the public In
era I, that he has established a
BURR MILL STONE MANUFACTORY,
AT BINGHAMTON,'N. Y.
In Leroy buildings, opposite Exchange Hotel, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
He will have constantly on hand a large stook
of French Bambini Stones,as also a '‘;large.S - Ipply
of French Burr Blocks, Bolting Cloth, Screen
. alcined Plaster, and Patent Self- - Digestink
The andeesignerr assures his frietids and the
poblic. , that be will faithfallye7seeate all Orders- env
trusted to his care, not only in quality but in prii
Ces.°o l r#!e! Nra t3 ltatirlitaiaaitatta iksirkird pat.
ORDERS Jitter be exeouted with ae much
care and as cheap as when ptirchasers are on the
REPEREN6Es—rton. D. S. Dickinson' Hon.
John A.. Collier, Birdszil),,Hon. V. ' Whit.,
tley,Dr.Hldridge, Cat.W.Lewis,W:tk Weed, & Co:
Binghamton. Lk Searle. Isaac 'Post, Judge Jessup.
Salsbury, & Co. . Montrose, Pa. Caleb Canna*.
Priendsville. ' Thomas Phinney, Duti4ati: O. O.
&H. ShiPinaii.Wieterly, N. Y. Thomas Penis%
Bmithborough, N. , 'Majortt. Mersereau. Union,
N.Y. M. T. Ikliehols,,. Owego, N. Y. ‘Boyall &
Whitaker, Waverly, N.Y. JOHN" W.‘ SULLIVAN.
:Binghamton, Nov. tit, 1854443
TE&S;--.The best 4 shilling tattlnOwesiti, is sell
ing at GOODRICH' . & Ce.
!P:natii i iir'
. -- - -
' , "'l gl i idlNES 7 'Atiltt 13044 8,
.t ,-, fi , 0-MniliiintlCCONlVAire
LAWRENCE, bIAOB v
i vi llff A . lii* .F3
homes power. twelne„noriti7ll4
plate,, cut .n one Ne ck 1.
have. e;pansiiiw. Tidies; .11 / i9int a ground sp oote All
itestii tighi WithantlinFking 9t punt ; all b oo ,. le
Wearing, - ' " ilifinei large and running in adi -4 '71
s ~ 3 .
' of bronze Or . - Babbitt metal; ill lbslancti isp e e. s44
.turnedhilt hie, Thoßegullikr la attached t o i a is ly ki
made reedy a
n t to receive b e ili i(itinu h Forc e
shaft. g*h c a
ilt, e r ki To l a h au t
. r r c
i l n i f g r: ft o t m t
manner, lti style
ny e t
. i Ir n w le
oo dPez'kkil a rr t7 4:4 :ot t 3
pasa d s b y any engine builders in the linitod ra..._ 11 11
Seders of the.bio American or English i on Tri
Engines from 8 to 100 horses power en alt „,
. 64 7 1:11
n A tdb l e so urrs , et erearo iPP7gorr B "‘ s a w n'-o fil ld i bc l e l t s . , capable of sawing go o ,
board measure, of one inch boards, in 12 h oo , a, 7
one !Juicy edw, - and , requiring no other fuel di o l i f l i
sawdust. • 1
The following are the prices of a feat 0 1 444.
Raw-Mill, including steam engine, bout, ~_
chimney, complete; pitman irons; ai l; 4 3 , 0n . 7 1
• • -setters ;- feed, and-all bolts and irons for 30
carriage, complete, -
ste am engine, 10. in. diameter of cylinder, 2.li L w,
- with tubular , . boiler, containing 380 & l a m ii;
heating surface, end all castings, Films, rakes, 1 4
other pans- necessary. to act it in complete " to
Steam engine, 12 in: diameter of cylinder, 30 in..,.
with tubular boiler, containing 480 Na m h it
heating surface, complete as before,
Delivered on' the cars of the Boston and Mahe ll*
r oa de a t
ery. t Lawrence, 28 miles from Boston. Terris,*
Boilers for the above modified to spit pi
and prices accordingly.
McKay cf nondley,,late of Pittsfield, 8 4‘ , o ft
steamengines are already widely known, havenvez*
taken charge of the works of the Esser Cesaps ubi
will be able, with their increased lecithin ms
Hence, to make their approved engines chimp -
better than heretofore.
May 8,1882. y
GORDON MeRAY, A
W HATEVER concerns the health and *j ai
of a people, is at all times of the most ve s ii
importance, f take it for granted that eeery
will do all in their power to save the live, dui,
children, and that every person will endeavor
mote their own health at all sacrifices. I feel,
my duty solemnly to assure you that WORM
cording to the opinion of the most oelebeatedpb .
are the primary causes of a large majority of,
to which children and adults are liable ; if ye;
an appetite continually changing from one kind,
to another, bad breath, pain in the stomach, plc
the nose, hardness and fullness of the belly, dry,
slow fever, pufae king uLar—remetnber that ell
denote Worms, and you should at once apply do *
Uobensack's Worm Symp.
An article founded upon scientific principles, en ,
pounded with purely vegetable substances, b e i i4; ,
fectly safe when taken, and determined M all Sin%
and not leaving the system in a diseased conduits, '
most advertised nostrums, composed of Ca10r:041 2 4
removal of Worms, such as Lozenges, Tomtits
&c., but has performed the most astonishing c are w
saved the lives of thousands, both young and old is
have been pronounced hopeless incurable by Yt i p i
cians. Read the following, and become contused
its efficacy over all others:
Monet s J.
Ma. .1. N. Hossussert—This is to Certify 63:111
child, 15 years of age, having been sink IM:,yur Ai ii
was attended by Drs. Loper, Whillis and Pigskin
long time without rece,ving a ny b ene f it , wh en ,fir
ifying her up as incurable, I went to Philidelphissd
consulted one of the best physicians; hearse sit
growing worse. h was at this time len induce!
try HoGensueles Worm Syrup. and after Mal to
bottles she entirely regained her health. &pas tel
this will prove a benefit to parents whose thildirow
I am yours, dcc-, R. Boom
Zobensack's Liver Pills.
No part of the system is more liable to bends!
the LITED, it serving as a fiiterer to puri f y !belied
or giving a pioper secretion to the bile; 60 data!
wrong action of the Liver efircts the other impart
parts of the system, and results measly to halo,
Liver complaint, Dyspepsia, &c. We should,therfas
_symptom that n fight Millrace •
action of the I.lver . . These Pills being carol
Roots and Plants, furnished by nature to
—N a mely , Ist: An E.rpedorara, which lomat,
secretion from the pulmonary mucus membrisa
promotes the discharge of secreted matter. 'lnd-0
Allerathe, which changes in some insensible sad O
explicable manner, the certain morbid action of
system. 3J—a Tantt, which gives tone inil um
to the nervous system, renewing health and rip!
parts of the body. 4th—a 'Cathartic, whicts,
perfect harmony - with other ingrealems, ml opera*
on the bowels, and expelling the whole mu alma*
and vitiated matter, and pyrifying the Eaod, '16: 114
strops disease and restores health.
Agents fur Bradford Count N—Dr. .C. Pottered
J. M. Reed, Towanda • C. H. Herrick, Atbew: l
Bullock & Co. Smithfield ; Barnes & Bailey, Wm
ley H. Spear, Springfield ; Eli Baird, Troy ;
Taylor, Burlington ; Brown & Rockwell. Mo'
Parkhust & Lamb, Leroy ; Chu. %abbot's,
also T. B. Howland, Columbia, travels in the
=to OLD STASI!)
STILL IN OPERATIO
THE subscriber cramh
nounce to the public
have now on band, and villasi
to order all kinds of
such as Sofas,Dicans , b tss
Center, Card, Dining and"
fast Tables. Mahogany ,
nut, Maple and Chem Br
Stands of canons kinds.
and Bedsteads of every description, whichg re ' s
will be made of the best material and rePo' L "
manner, and which they will sell for cash filar
than can be bought in any other Ware-tram
on hand on the most reasonable terns A
HEARSE will be furnished on Funeral oral
JAMES MACK 1 3 ,.
Towanda, June 1, 1852.
TO THE TRAVELING ?t 6IC.
44R. OLMSTED, p no p a ,r r on o f the 41,00
iv-I. Exchange, gives his thanks to his I -134 i
and the traveling public generally. forth
patronage, and solicits the continuanceoft
A.N OMNIBUS ,
will run regularly to and from the Wilv" l l,,M„
to meet the Mail Trains for the accotoro"'" 0 "
strangers and travelers, who wish to visits P o
ant village un business or otherwise. A 44
of first rate
Four 'Horse Coaches, h ,
are running through to Towanda. Those a ge
will be insured a seat in tho coach front tho
and those going to the
R A 0
can stop at Athens, and spend an boor tr
and be insured a conveyance in time to mar
regttlar.traips.of oars going East or West. LA
Also those who wish to leave their tram 4
cap be conveyed to and from the cars five debar
Athens, Sept., 4, 1852
of sail e door, lus t ;
ceived , and for sale by er B. KINGSI IOI '
Towanda, Feb. 18, 1853.