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fTTHE duties of this School will he resumed on the ■
_L second Monday of September utzf, utidei the 1
charge of Miss OLIVIA I) and KKOKCCA D. HAXSON, !
in the moms recently occupied by James Macfar- !
lane. Esq ,in the North end of the Ward House, j
The school year will consist of four quarters o!
eleven Weeks each.
TCIM — AS formerly. $5, $9, and $l2 perqmner, J
according to die .studies pursued. Noextracharge !
for the Latin Language.
No pupil u-iji be received fur a shorter period
than one Quarter. ?
RERIBEMCTS— Rev.Dr. MACLKAS, President • f'he
Xioi'ege of New Jersey, Princeton.
Hon. DAVIS WjtjtOT, G. F. Mas '*. Esq., C. L.
WA*l>. Esq.. Ho*.Geo.feA>utn.so:., D.F, BAUSTOW,
lutrtndt, August 26. 1851-
The - nsqnr haimn Collegiate Institute.
be opened for ihu reception of Pupils, i
V Male and Female, on Wednesday the Gth of
September, w heu the It augural exerc..es will take
REV. S. P.COLT, A. M PniMivit,
Prufessor of Natural, Mental and M..ral sciences.
Ktr. JAMES M'WILLI AM. A. M.
Professor of Ancient and Modern Languages and
CHARLES R. CO BURN.
Prof, if Mathematics and Master of Normal School.
Mies FANNIE BILES.
Teacher of Music and French.
Miss PHEBE DAYTON.
Teacher of English and Mu ic.
Negotiations are in progress for securing the ser
vices of two other Lady teaohurs in time for the j
Jj* The Principal will reside in the Institute and ,
the Pupils will board with his family.
The academic year will co .i*t of three terms of
fourteen weeks each.
r.xptxsr.s rsu TEIIM or FOUHTES* weeks:
Tuition in tbe4thclasa, Elementary English
Branches, $i 00
3d Class, Higher English Branches, 5 1)0
21 Class, Mathematics, Natural Science and
Classic* commenced, 0 00
Ist Class. Memai and Moral Science with the
above continued; 7 00
Tuition in Modern Languages each, 3 00 !
Ornamental Needle Work and Embroidery, 200
Drawing, 2 00
Oil Painting in Landscapes, 8 00
do in Figures, 10 00
Instrumental Music with use of instrument, 1(1 00
Room Rent, I 75
Incidental expenses, 38
Boarding in the Hall $1 63 per week,or per i
Term. 22 75 :
Washing three shillings per dozen. Lights and
Fuel at the actual expense.
In addition tu the above course. C..liege classes
will he organized if advanced scholars apply.
Especial attention will be paid to the instruction
cf persons designing to qualify themselves as Tuach
ers for Common Schools.
Pupils will furnish themselves with bed.bedding. ■■
towels, Ac. The Bills tor the term must be paid in
advance, or one half at the entrance, and the re
maining half al the expiration of the half term.
C. L. WARD, President.
8. F. Covr, Sec. J. D. MOSTAME. 'l'reas.
Towanda, August 12, 1854.
New Remedies and Quick Cures!
RING HOSES ASD HOSE SPA VIS 11 CUR
ED ASD IV ARRAST ED TO BE TAKES 1
OFF. SOLELY ASD ESURELY
WITHOUT IS JURY TO THE
AND without the use of the Knife, the Firing
Iron, or any of those liquid caustics, such as
Nitric, Muriatic or sulphuric Acid. ire., or any of
those baneful liquids so often made use of, to the
shame of the Farrier and the torture of tnat useful
animal, the Horse, without any necesaary purpose
Also all diseoses of the horse treated scientifically.
References of past services can be had, as also
tha bona fide Ringbones and spavins taken offhurs
es already operated od, together with several other
Fistules, pipes, Tumors, &c. sc.
Applications to the subscriber, who will be at the
Monroeton Exchange, where he can be consulted
on the subject free of expense.
i Jfp Terms from $lO to $25. Payment in all cas
es to be made before the horse leaves the stable.
ORRIN C. TAYLOR.
Monroeton, Aug. 26, 1854.
B El 23
Fu. R SALE.
SITUATED al Orwell centre, Brad
ford county. Pa., coutaing about THREE
HUNDRED ACRES, about two hundred
aod fifty thereof improved and the remain
der excellent woodland.
There are upon the pramisesa com for ta- an
b!o and spacious MANSION HOUSE, a
tenant house, fivo barns, 30 x 40 feet each, jjsjM#
or upwards, several ranges of sheds
stabling, and other outbuildings, with au excellent
and never-failing well of water at the door of the i
mansion house, and well watered generally. The
entire property forming one of the most desirable
situations for a dairvtnan or slock breeder to be found
m this section of the country. Terms—one-half of
the purchase money on taking possession, and the
balance on interest for a term of year*.
If the property is not sold thi* fall, if will be rent
ed for a term of years, if a suitable opportunity pte
senu. J. D. HUMPHREY.
Orwell. Sept. 12, 1851. 2m
R. J. ALLEN, late Professor in the Ohio College
J) of Dental Surgeons, has discovers, a method
of inserting Artificial Teeth on plate, which makes
any further improvement impossible.
It combines strength and durability with perfect i
cleauliness. The gum is continuous, and can be j
made to suit any case, however difficult. So life- :
like is tha expression, th*t the most familiar with j
artificial teeth fail to determine they are false ; the
teeih appearing as if they actually grew out of the
I have secured letters patent for Bradford Co.
'XJ* Office in Mercur's Block.
Towanda. July 28, 1854.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODST"
OD. BARTLETT, is now receiving a large
• and carefully selected stock of
bought for cash since the late decline in prices, j
which he will offer for ready pay at prices which l
cannot fail to give satisfaction—amongotherthings I
he invites particular attention to his assortment ot '■
Towanda, April 15, 1853
NEW FALL GOODS 7 .j
mL&QS'X & SCmiBDEs
South Corner of Mercur's Block, Main Street, .
ARE now opening their stock of GOODS for the
Fall trade, comprising a full and complete as- |
sortment, and of the usual variety, which will be j
sold at a very small profit for Ready Pay.
Thankful for the liberal petronage of the past sea
■on, the undersigned feel a pleasure in inviting the
public to an examination of our FALL stock, be
lieving that good Good*and low prices will insure I
a speedy sale for ready pay. TRACY dc MOORE.
Towanda, Sept, 12, 1854.
DR. E7 HTMASON,
Remterwe,on Puie Street, opposite the ol'l Presbyterian !
Offers his professional services to the people of t
Towanda and vicinity. Can always he found at hie j
office, in Dr. PORTIR'S Drug Ptcre, when net pre !
/*I,TIR.ALIY I;CBEJ. I
P RUG STORE!
D Jlv MHSL
IS now being replenished with a lull ami complete
Points, Oils, Varnishes, Window Gins, Fire If'iiiev ,
a,.il Diquors, tV.. o*e..
fYgeiher v.'ith Paint;.-, Turpentine, Varnuh, D\e-
Wood.", A Dye-Stuffs, Glass, Putty,choice Groceries. '
pure Wines- and Liquors for Medicinal purposes.— j
Also, Cigars of ilie best brand , and all articles con ;
necied with the trade.
In shsrt, every thing connected with the trade. The
, Good* have been bought extremely low, for cash, j
and will lie sold accordingly.
IS'. 15. A superior article of Tanner's and Meat's
Foot Oil just received.
(HT* CSMKMUKM the place—3 d"ors south of Mon■ :
tanye's corner—same building of the ' A reus Office.' j
All of Dr. D. Jaynes' medicines. Ay res Cherry Pec- j
lorial, •-cheiicks Pulmonic Syrup of Yellow Dock j
Root, Orrick's, Hohenaacka, and Jaynes' Vermifuge.'
Together with all of the most popular Patent medicines
; now in use constantly on hand and for sale at
REED'S Drug Store.
Three Doors below Montanye's corner.
Towanda, January 3. 18d3.
REED'S DRUG STORE
IS now being refurni-hed with a new and splendid
Siock of DRUGS &. MEDLINES. Fancy Goods, j
I, imps—some of them new and beautiful patterns. I
!In shop!, everything advertised in his regular co!- i
mnn. has been completely filled up, with fresh Goods
from New-York and Philadelphia.
Mathewson's Horse Remedy, Gargling Oil, Mus
tang Linament.and several new and popular Medi
cines which will be sold extremely low for Cash.
, Paints, Oils Varnishes, Glass, Wines Liquors,
Ac., as usual.
/'/ ABAKRELS ofold Ohio Wluskey just received
UU and for said wholesale and retail, at Reed's
1 Q QUINTLES of Codfish, 20 boxes of Herring,
, XO & barrels of Saleratus, warrentetl in prime
order, left on sale at New York c.iish prices at
REED'S I)rng Store, Towanda. Jan, 28, 18.33,
1 Q£J EMP TY Barrels, suitable for Cider, Pork
1 i/Uand Beef packing, Ac, in good order, for
sale cheap at REED'S DRUG STORE.
Sept. 4, 1853.
THE OLD STAND
STILL IN OPERATION!
THE subscriber would an
nounce to the public thai he
II jj have now on hand,and will make
jj*ul t0 or( ' er a " kinds °f
i Cabinet Furniture,
such as Sofas.Divans, Lounges
1 'I Center, Card, Dining and Break-
I JI Jai fast Tables. Mahogany, Wal
fLr- J] nut, Maple and tlherrv Bureaus,
Stands of various kinds. Chairs
; and Bedsteads of every description, which are, and
will be made of the best material and workmanlike
; manner, and which they will sell for cash cheaper
than can be bought in any other Ware-room in the
B.EADY 3VIADE COFFINS,
jon hand on the most reasonable terms. A good
HEARSE will be furnished on Funeral occasions.
Towanda, June 1, 1851.
jswa ® m s
' /tTSfc LEAVE Towanda for Mercur's
:, n an ,| WelLburg de
pot on the N. Y. Ac E.R. R-. every MONDAY, WKH
• SESHAT and FHIDAT at 8 o'clock A. M., and arrive
at the depot in time to take the evening train of cars
either east or west, same day.
Returning TCESPAT, THVIISDAT and SATURDAY,
j after the arrival of the Eastern train, and also the
] Western cars from Jefferson, Elmira, &.C., and ar
| rive at Towanda same day.
| Fiue : —Towanda to Mercur's mills, 37}
" to Burlington. 50
" to East 62}
•' to Ridgrberjr, 1,00
'• to Wellsbut-g depot, 1.25
i Express packages to or from the Rail Road care
i fuliy delivered at moderate charges.
D. M. BULL,
Towanda. Oct- 8, 1852. Proprietor
BOOTS * SHOES!
John W. Wilcox,
HAS removed his establishment to H. Mix's store,
corner of main street and the public square, and
1 will continue the manufacture of Boots and 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
i is particularly 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,&c. Misses' gaiters and shoes,
'of every de.-cription. 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
03* The strictest attention paid to Manufacturing,
! and he hopes by doing work well to merit a continu-
I aace of th liberal patronage he has hitherto received,
j Towanda, May 2, 1853.
S'URNEVOR for Bradford County, is prepared to
' attend to the above business in all its branches.
His office is at Monroeton. All letters addressed to
him at that place, will meet with prompt attention.
' April 4, 1854,
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
the subscribers, under the firm of Alexander A
Solomon, was dissolved by mutual consent on the
27th day ot May. M. E. Solomon retirii g. The
business will hereafter be carried on under the name
of J. & S. Alexander.
Towanda, May 27. 1854.
THE subscribers are in want of a young man as '
an ah prentice to the Tinman's trade, 17 or 18 !
! years of age, of good habits, who they will bind i
themselves lo learn the business.
HALL & RUSSELL.
Towanda, July 25, 1854.
CI ROCKERY—A large assortment just received 1
> at BURTON KIN'GSUERY.
COLLINS a POWELL,
ITTOL'LD respecifully call the att ntion of the
V V public to their Urge stock of Mens' and boy*'
irnisbing Goods, consisting of every variety of
road cloths Cassimeres, Doe skins. Tweeds Kentucky
Jeans, Linens. Shirts, Collars. Stocks. Cravats,
Hosiery. Suspenders, Hats, Carj>et
liugs, Trunks, Cones, Ifc ifc.
, which will be sold cheaper than the same quaiiiy can
be sold in anv other establishment in this country.
] Thev have also on hand a well manufactured as
to which we invite the attention of buyers. Our
Clothing is mostly made up in the shop—and not
purchased at " slop-shops"—as some we wot of.
Order;, in the Tailoring line executed in the most
; fashionable manner, at the shortest notice, and war*
Qjg The public w ill please notice one fact, that
' NO OXF. not practically acquainted with the b sines*
is capable of judging of the quality and make of #
cjrineni; hence the reason wh/ the community
have been No much imposed upon by a certain class
of community who deal in the article , who, if tl.ey
were not practically and professionally cheats, could
of necessity, know nothing about the business.—
They are certain, if the public would consult their
true interest, they would purchase only of ihote aci
quainted with the business.
Towanda. April 12, 1854.
The Waverly Heady Made Clothing,
AND GENT'S FINISHING ESTABLISHMENT.
Mott A Wells, Merchant Tailors,
J TTAVE the honor of announcing to the citizens of
•LI Bradford County, that they have just received
the largest and most fashionable stock of
FALL &. WINTER CLOTHING,
ever brought into 'old Tioga,' consialiug in par. of the
Over. Dres*, Frock and Sack Coats; Vests, Pants,
Shirts, Drawers. Wrappers, Overalls, Stocks,
Cravats.Collars, Pocket h'dkfs,dtc.
Cln/hs and Trimmings constantly on hand—also
the fall fashion of Hats and Caps.
Our stock of Furnishing Goods is unsuipassed in
; Tioga, and comprising everything necessary for a gen
tleman's outfit. Particular attention will be paid to our
Having received the latest New York Fashions, we are
prepared to get u[ ■ lits on the shortest notice and in a
superior manner. CUTTING done on short notice,
and warranted to fit if properly made up.
"MOTT & WELLS.
Broad st., firrt door east of the Post Office.
Waverly, Nov. 10, 1853.V
IN ATHENS !
ANY man or boy, or any body else wanting any
kind of CLOTHING, will do well to call on
GEORGE B. PEUKINS, and see how
he is selling his new stock. He has now the
Largest Clothing Store
in Athens, and his Goods were all bought cheap an •
will be sold cheap. Clothing is much lower in the
city, and Perkins is bound to let his customers ha*'e
the benefit of it.
The Store is new and juat fitted up. Two dojrs
above the brick block, in Athens.
! Hats, Caps, 4c., new and cheap.
GEORGE B. PERKINS.
Athens, April 26, 1854.
I WAVERLY TOWANDA RTROAD!
500 KEN WANTED ! !
The subscribers have just received at iheir old
: stand in Mereur's Block, Towanda, a new and good
, assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, consist
| mg of
GENTLEMANS' FURNISHING GOODS
ever imported into the County—all of the latest
| styles in market, which are being scattered far and
i wide. In the way of Furnishing Goods, we have
: a complete assortment—Cravats, Collar*, Shirts,
I Under Shirts, Drawers, Wrappers, Gloves, Suspen-
I dors. Handkerchiefs Hosiery of all kinds, and a
| variety of Trunks, dec,
1 Our Ready-Made Clothing embraces every thing
i desirable in that line, and as we buy for CASH, we
can and will sell 20 per cent, lower than any other
j Clothing Establishment in Towanda.
Towanda. April 20, 1854. 8. ALEXANDER.
PEOPLE of Bradford County wishing anything
nice in the way of Monuments, Headstones,
Tomb Tables. Centre Tables of Italian and Amer
ican Marble, or Bl.ck Stones of all sizes, can
have them on the shirtest notice by sending in
their orders,cheaper and better than can be pur-,
(£/* Chester Wells. Cabinet Maker and underta
ker, nearly opposite the Ward House. Towanda,
Agent. G.W. PHILLIPS.
Towanda. March. 31, 1853.
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 BLACKSMI THING upon reasonable terms.
Thev are determined by doing their work well and
promptly, to merit, as they hope to receive a share ol
HORSE—SHOEING done in the best manner. All
kinds of repairing Machinery,executed in the mostskil
WOOD WORK for wagoits will also be made and
repaired when desired.
All work done at their shop, will be wairanted to be
well done, and manufactured from the best materials.
The public are requested to give us a trial, and judge
for themselves. ESENWINE dc SEEBISCHH.
Towanda. May 2, 1851.
Z3OAB.>LJ! /M ~mr - ;
At the New Coal Bed.
rpHE subscriber hcving leased the New COAL
J- BED, in Franklin township, would inform the
public that he is now, and shall continue to mine
and keep for sale, Coarse and Fine Coal, of the
very best quality. The article which they are now
mining, ie far superior in quality to any ever offer
ed at this Bed. The road to the bed is in first rate
repair, and will be kept so. Persons wishing coal
for stove or blacksmith use, will do well to buy of
me. The bed is located only eleven miles from
CCj- All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for
coal at the market price.
New Coai Bed, Sept. 16, 1854.
Bituminous Coal.—Barclay Coal Bed.
THE undersigned is prepared to furnish at the
beds, any quantity of this superior COAL, at
the reduced price of $1 25 per ton for Blacksmith
coal, and $1 75 for picked Grate coal. Payment in
cash or country produce, but no credit will be given.
HENRY GATISS, Agent
for the Barclay R.R, and Coal Company,
franklin (Old Coal Bed) May 25, 1854.
Aqantiiy of Far Victorines and Cuffs of different
qualities, Cor rale AT COST by
Jan. 19, 1854. H. S. VfEROUR.
Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
HOVEY'S Patent spiial knife Hay and Straw Cut
ters, of various sizes. No. I, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 6. ,
Price—sB, $9, $lO. $l2. $l6 and $2O. These Cut
ters are better and cheaper thin the straight knife Cut
ter, with knives set diagonally on the shaft.
The knives on Hovey's Cutter are spiral, which
enables them to cut at right angles against the raw hide
roller. They cut ateadily, with no jerking—arc easily
kept in repair. Each knife can be taken off and shar
pened without disturbing the abaft (or other knives) |
and if necessary each knife can he set out or in, so as j
to keep them all true, if one knife should wear fastet ,
than another. Every farmer should have one of these
labor and feed saving machines.
(£3* For sale wholesale and retail—a liberal discount
made to those who buy to sell again.
K. M. WELLES.
Athens, Pa., November 10, 1855.
Bradford Connly Premium Corn Siirlltrs,
TTTHOLESALE and Retail! The very best article
VV to be found ii the county, and cheapest—(war
ranted) —for sale at the Agricultural and stove store of
Nov. 10, 1853. R. M. WELLES.
COOK STOVES, of various and excellent patterns
and sizes—several patterns of superior Elevated
Ovens, anion f which ia a combination of the Clinton
and National Air Tight, called the EAGLE. Also a
well selected stock of elegant parlor, hall, shop, church
and school house Stoves, both for wood and coal—of
sizes ami prices to suit all classes of customers. Call
and see. Nov. 10. R. M. WELLES.
Sausage and Mince Meat Cutters.
PRICES $4 and $5 Every farmer should have one
of these excellant labor saving articles; they arr
capable of cntting from 100 to 200 pounds of meat per
hour, and are veiy simple, portable and easi'y kept in
repair, for sale by
Athens, Nov. 10, 1853. R. K. WELLES.
Cistern and Well Pumps !
LEAD PIPE I Hydraulic Rams ! of any kind,
size, <Stc., cheap for ready pay. for sale by
Jan. 8, 1853. R. M. WELLES.
TO THE PUBLIC !
BAXXJ3Y 6c NEVZHS,
ARE just receiving at their larg® and commodious
New Store, opposite the Court House, a large
Provisions, Groceries, Yankee Notions, Joys, Fruit,
Conjcclionary, Willow ware, Ifc.
making their stock the largest, most complete and best
in Northern Pennsylvania. And the very liberal pat
ronage they have received from the public during the
year past, establishes the fact that they either sell
chraper or sell goods of a better quality than any oth
To merit and induce a continuance of so liberal pat
ronage wc shall still follow our old motto— "SMALL
PROFITS, H.UICK RETURNS, AND A FREGCEXT RENEW
AL OF STOCK."
Below we name a few of the articles that always be
found in our stock :
Black and green tea, Rio and Java coffee. chocolate,
cocoa, sugar, molasses, syrup, ginger, pepper, spice,
cloves, nutmeg, cinamon, mace, soda, saleratus, cream
tartar, peppersauce, sperm and tallow candles, hard
soap, vinegar, starch, 4c.
Mess pork, dried beef, hams and shoulders, mackerel,
codfish, shad, picketed herring, smoked herring, wheat
flour, buckwheat flour, corn meal, cheese, rice, beans,
potatoes, butter, lard, crackers, dtc.
Fruit 6c Nuts.
Prunes, citrons, figs, Eng. currants, raisins, dried
peaches, apples, almonds, filberts, Brazil nuts, Grcnoi
ble and Madeira walnuts, pea nuts,chestnuts, &c.
German, French and American Toys,
Fancy Goods, Ac. Ac.
Tin wagons, rocking horses, hoys' sleighs. China &
pewter toy tea setts, dolls, trumpets, accordions, harmoi
nicaa, &c. Glass, paper and wood inlaid work boxes
and toilet cases—toy bureaus, secretaries, writing desks
—plain and embroidered work baskets, knitting do
pearl, ivory, papier mache and leather port moniaes,
wallets and purses, ivory, horn and wood pocket combs
toilet combs, ivory fine combs, pocket inkstands, pocV
et and small fancy mirrors, tobacco and snuff box&
cigar cases, perfumery and hair oils.
Brooms, mopsticks, clothes pins, bench screws, wil
low clothes baskets and market baskets, sugar and ejuce
Candy of all kinds.
Dairy and table Salt, Salina D<>. etc. etc. etc.
Country dealers supplied at a small advance from
New York prices.
CCj" Most kinds ofcountry produeetaken in exchange
for goods. BAILEY & NEVINB.
Towanda, January 2. 1854.
TUST received, a new supply of Dr. Farwell's
• Great medicine for the cure of Consumption. -
Persons threatened with the alarming disease would
do well to apply this medicine before it becomes too
late. Price $1 per bottie, ar six bottles for $5.
May 24. 1854. J. KINGS BE RY.
Farmer's Union Insurance Company.
Office, Athens, Bradford County, Pa.
/"CAPITAL, $200,000, secured by bond and mort
gage on the real estate of the stockholders, in
sures against loss by fire, houses, stores, and other
buildings, goods, wares and merchandise, on as fa
vorable terms as any similar institution.
LOSBES PROMPTLT ADJUSTED AND PAID.
Director*— Hon. Horace YVillistcn, Francis Tyler.
George A Perkins, JTD Myer, C N Shipman. C
F Welles jr. J E Canfield, Athens ; Hon John La
porte, Towanda; Gen. Bradley Wakeman, Lacey.
ville; Geo. M. Hollenback, Wilkesbarre: Michael
Officers —Hon. Horace Williston, President; J E
Canfield, See.; C F Welles, jr. V. Pres and Treas.
CC/* Address, G. A. GA\ LORD, Agent, Wvalus
ng, Bradford Co. Pa. July 1, i 854.
T PAPER HANGINGS.
HE only assortment of Paper Hangings kept in
this vicinity, with a fresh stock just coming in
at unusually low prices. O. D. BARTLETT.
Towanda. April 21 1853
TIIE NEBRASKA BILL A LAW.
M. T CRRIER,
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of To
* * wanda and vicinity, that he has opened a
Grocery A Provision Store.
on the south aide of the Public Square, where he
would be pleased to wait upon those that call upon
htm. He has alt kinds of articles kept in a countrv
Grocery. Such as Nuts of all kinds; Oranges, I.e.
mons, and Candies of all varieties and shapes, Ci
gars of the best quality.
He also designs to keep on hand PROVISIONS, 4C.
c*' all of which he offers cheap for Cash or Couu
try produce. His motto is. that " nimble six-pence
is better than a slow shilling."
Towanda, May 1, 1854.
W a O &sBf T"* o
A the ,ast of June ' a P ocke> MEMORAN
DA DUM, with blue black tuck cover, the tuck
brotfen and nearly worn out. Whoever will return
he same to the undersigned, at Towanda, shall be
liberally iswarded. ?. V.SHIPM A V
Tev/anda, July 20, 1854.
m m mm Jm. mm mm jm*. mzz w •
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In the South end of the Ward House,!
1)11. 11. C. POUTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, Ac.
Paints, Oils, Yarishes, Window Glass,
BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES
Dye Stuffs and Burning Fluids.
Regular Agent for the following genuine popular
Dr. Jaynes* Medicir.es— Ayre's Cherry Pectoral
Alterative, Vermifuge. Schenck's put. syrup
Expectorant, Liniment Hoofland's bitters
Hair Dye,&c. Pepsin (for dyspepsia)
Dr. Fitch's Medicines Acoustic oil
Dr.Swayne's do Indian Cholagog-ie
Dr. Keeler's do Lyon's rat pills
Brant's Balsam <SC Ext Pile Medicines
Orrick's Vermifuge SaltKfteum an' Tetter
Graefenberg Medicines ointment
Gargling Oil Trash 's mag do
| Pain Killers Spavin & founder do
! Galvanic (.ells, Ate. McAllister's do
i Heave & Condition pow. Eye waters
i Rock Rose Cephalic snuff
■ Uterine Catholicon Corn salve
; Tooth ache drops Slicking do.
Hair invjgorator 6t dyes Wi-tar's bsl. wild cherry
j Bed bug (loison Female Pills
' Townsend's Sarsaparilla Bullard's oil soap
Plasters and Pills of all Balsam Life
kinds. 'Harlem Oil
, And many others, not enumerated, all warranted
j (Lj" Remember Dr. Portf.h's Drug and Chemical
j Store is in the South end of the War I House. front>
j ing the Public square. H. C. PORTER, M. D.
Removed to B. Kingsbery's Block!
Tl AS just returned fromthecity
11 of New York with a large
supply of Watches, Jewelry and
fj£X. Silver ware, comprising in part,
Iff" uWSR. the following articles:—Lever,
!&WcC.< I MKP L'Epineai.d Plain Watches, with
a complete assortment of Gold
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Fin
-1 ger Rin \s, BreastPins, Bracelets, Lockets, Gold chains.
Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of Silverware
and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which he offer
j for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH,
Wa'ches repaired on short notice, and ivarranlcd
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 Produc
taken in payment for work; and alsa. learn now, an
I orever,that the Produce must be paid when the wor
iis done —l war against credit in all its forms.
W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent.
| Towanda, April 28, 1852.
LOOKING GLASS PLATES cut and fitted or
any size, to be had at the Jewelry storp of
May 15, 1852. W. A. CHAMBERLIN
HANG OUT THE BANNER!
Qr A horse ! a horse ! my kingdom foi
a horse and customers to take awaj
1 WF / 'be goods. Notwithstanding the lat'
1 disastrous fire, A. M. WARNER i
i himself again!
And at No. 1 Brick Row you'll find
Most anything that's in his line,
From a cambricneedle of the finest kind,
To a jewelled watch of eighteen karat fine.
Clocks which keep time accurate and true;
Breast pins of every style and hue.
Gold, silver, steel and plated chains,
Selected with the greatest pains.
Finger rings, my gosh, why w hat a pile
Of every shape and every style.
To suit the old the young, the grave, the ga
May there be seen in elegant array.
And Wabser, who is himself a " host,"
Is always ready and at his post.
To wait upon his customers and all
Who chance upon 'im to give a call.
So with good advice make up your minds
To call on him and there you'll find
Such sights, my eyes, O! what a view
Jewelry of every style and hue.
CC?Don't mistake the place No. I. Brick row
where he is prepared to do all kinds of
J O B-W O K
in his line of busines, at the cheapest rates that can
possibly be afforded He will also sell his jewelry
at 20 per cent lower , than was ever before offered in
this market. (Cj* Call and see.^TJ)
Towanda Nov. 12. 1852. A. M. WARNER.
I. L. & H. L. LAIVIOB.EAT7X 6l CO.
r pHE firm of Lamoreux, Hall & Russell, having
A taken in H. J,. Lamoreux as a partner, will
continue the Foundry business,generally, under the
name of I. I, & H. L. Lamoreux <Sc Co., at their
old stand, known as ihe Eagle Foundry, in the south
part of the Borough of Towanda, where thev will
manufacture to order and keep on hand a large as
sortment of the following articles, to wit:—
of all kinds, including Mill irons, Mill gearings—
the Rose &. Johnson Water wheels, ffc. 4-c.
Box, Coal, Cooking and Porlor stoves, of all kinds,
sizes and prices.
North Branch, Nos. 1, 5 and 7— Blatchly Nos 1
and 2—Binghamton, V. a yne County. Excelsior,
oiue-hill and Com Ploughs, Slc.
Corn-Shellers dt Straw Cutters.
U agon bo leg, Sleigh-shoes, Plough points gearing
for Chain pumps, Grindstones, sc., and other artf,
cles too numerous to mention.
Having secured theservices of J. B.IRVINE well
known as a skillful Machinest, the firm feel confi.
dent ihz.t they can manufacture and repair all kinds
of machinery in as workmanlike manner, and on as
Yortf 16 ™ 5 3S establ ' !>hment 'bis side of New
sl ort e n m . Engin Wi " , be re P aire(l satisfactorily, on
P.h n C " P,r, ' cular "Mention will be paid "to the
Pattern Department, and all ordcre fulfilled on the
shortest possible notice,
(Cf-ParticuUr attention is caller! to J. B. Irvine's
celebrated Excelsior Plough, which took the first
prenruum of the Bradford County Fair, of 1863. Also
tojhe Elevated Oven Eagle Stove, the best now i„
andfSlkM B rn a ' C ° Ppcr ' ? inc ' Pewter ' " nd
and ail kinds of Country produce taken in payment.
-v. u.—All Notes and accounts due the firm of
Lamoreux, Hal! and Russell, are left in the hands of
!.!..* H. L. Lamoreux for collection, and immediate
b^Court'^! 0 the " me ' Which " "
.cis/iwL} jk. 1 :
Towanda, April I, 15.54 4 orscx.
Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory
J ERE CULP Ac Co., respectfully inform the
that they have removed to the shop on Main street
recently occupied by Smith & Son, nearly oppotju
the Ward House, where they will keej. on hand
j large stork of 1
TRUNKS, VAIItKS, WHIPS, KTC.
All articles in their line manufactured to order, and
made of the best material,and for workmanship CMQ
be suipassed in Northern Pennsylvania, They solia
a call from those wishing to purchase, confident th,
they can give satisfaction both as to quality end pric
(J3*Hides and Sheep Pells received for work and ot
account, at the lowest rotes.
Sale Leal her, Upper Leather, Harnett Leather an
Calf skins, for sale in any quantity.
ON account of josses sOßtained at the late fire, „
ore obliged to call on those inkebted to us foi ,
prompt settlement, as we are under the necessity 0
having what is owing to us, we trust this notice wi
be sufficient without resorting to other meant.
Towanda, Dec. 2, 1952.
GREAT Br GLISH REMEDY!
The roost valnablc Spring k Snromer Meditioc
IX THK WORLD.
DR. HALSEY'S FOREST WINE!! J
PA TRONIZED by the nobility and Medical Fac?
ulty of England. and esteemed the most extra!
otdinary medicine in the world.
Medicines containing molasses or liquorice, like
the boasted Sarsaparillas, require many large bottles
to produce the slightest change in health. The
FoREST WINE is altogether a different article.
It contains no syrups to give it consistency, but ac
quires its excellent flavor, and powerful medicinal
properties from the vegetable plants of which it is
composed. The Forest Wtnocombines the virtues
Wild Cherry, Dandelion, Yellow Dock,
with other valuable plants whose properties ire
still more effective.
Its high concentration renders it one of the most
efficient medicines now in use. Sometimes less
than a single bottle restores the lingering patient
from weakness, debili y, and sickness, to strong md
vigorous health. Every dose shows its good effect,
on the constitution, and improves the state of the
health. The Forest Wine is recommended, in the
strongest terms, for all complaints of the Stomach,
Liver, Kidneys, Nervous Disorders, Bilious Affec
tions, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Jaun.
dice. Female Complaints, Scrofula, and ali Disor
ders arising from Bad Blood and impure habit of
SAVED FROM DEATH!
Testimony of Mr Nathan Mathews, a highly respect
able and wealthy citizen af Newark. N J.-
Dit. G. W. Halset :—I believe your Forest
j Wine and Pills have been the means of saving my
life. When I commenced taking them I laid at the
point of death, with Dropsy, Piles, and Asthma.—
My physicians had given me over as past cure, and
my family had lost all hopes of my recovery-
While in this d eauful situation, your Forest Wine
and Pills were procured for me, and before I had
finished the first bottle of the Wine and box of Pills,
j I experienced great relief; my body and limbs,
j which were greatly swollen, became sensibly redn
ccd. Hopes of my recovery began now to revive,
and after continuing the use of your medicines for
about a month, the Piles and Asthma were com'
pletely cured. The Dropsy, with which my life
was placed in such great danger, was also near!y .
gone. I have continued the use of your medicines
until the present time, and I now enjoy as perfect
health as ever I did in my life, although I am mote
than sixty years of age. Yours, respectfully.
Newark, N. J., Dec. 19, '47. N. MATHEWS
GREAT CUnE OF LIVER COM PL AIITT OF TEX TXili
New York, Jan. 9th, 1848.
Dr. Halset— Dear Sir:—Having takej your
; Forest Wine and Piils to remove a disease of the
i Liver, from which I have suffered severely for op
j wards of ten years ; and having adhered closely to
'the directions which accompany the medicines, I
have tecovered my health notwithstanding tl. who
| knew me thought my case incurable. Previous to
j taking the Wine and Pills, I had recourse to the
best medical treatment, but continued to grow wcrse
|to an alarming degree. Some of my friends spoke
despairingly of my case, and tried to persuade me
| from making use of any advertised remedies; and,
I doubt not, but what there are hundreds who arc
dissuaded from taking your excellent medrines, ia
; consequence of the deception and inefficiency of |
1 many advertised remedies put forth by unprincipled ~
men. in flaming advertisements. But, what aptly J
it is, that the deception used by others, should be
the means of dissuading many laboring under dis
. ease, from making trial and being cured by your
| excellent remedies. Humanly speaking, they hare
saved my life; when I commenced making use of ;
j them. I was in a wretched condition, but begin to
experience their good effects in less than three dm;
and in six weeks from the time I porcha-ed the
medicines, to the great surprise of all myfrien<!.l j
was entirely cured, and had increased fifteen pounds
in weight, having taking one box of the Pills,and -j
two bottles of the Wine- Would to G.l that envy
poor sufferer would avail himse.f of the <amf remt
dies. Yours, Ate., JWIES WILSON.
Are diseases of the mind as well as of the bndy.srt
usually brought on by troub'es and afflietinn.and
are most common to persons of delicate enn-ma
tions and sensitive minds. Low spirits, melancho
ly. frightful dieams, and fearful anticipations of 1
evil from the slightest causes, generally accompany |
nervous disorders. The Forest Wine and Pills irs
an energetic remedy in these complaints.
Extractofa letter from Joseph C.Paulding, dated '
Philadelphia, Sept. 7. 1849.
Dr. G. W. Halsev--Dear sir—Your Forest Wine
and Pills have cured my wife of a dreadful Nervoni ,
disorder, with which she had been affected for many .
years. Her body was almost wasted away. She
was frequently disturbed in her sleep by frightfe |
dreams, awakening quite exhausted arid covered /
with perspiration, and at times laboring under the
delusion that something dreadful was about to bap i
pen to her. By the use of four bottles of the wine, .
and a box of the Pills she is now in perfect health.
Shehas regained her flesh and color, and eniovs sC- 1
ciety as well as ever.
Dr. David Martin, a celebrated practitioner of N
declared publicly, that one bottle of Halsey's F> *
rest wine contained more virtues than fifty of the 3
large bottles of sarsaparilla. Messrs. Lampman 4jg
Co. one ot the largest and most respectable druggist*
in Syracuse, in a letter say From what we bar*
heard and seen of Halsey's Forest wine, it is an fx*
cellent and good medicine, and will undoubtedly be .
come the leading and best medicine of the day."
ihe Foiest wine is put up in large square bottle*
withDr Halsey's name blown in the glass; $1 per
bottle, or six bottles for sf>. Gum coated Pills, 4-
cents per box. Agents are authorized to retail u
well as wholesale on as favorable conditions as iW
proprietor, No. 161 Dunne st. corner of Hudson, See
York. Apdointed agents, H. C. PORTER, Towas .
da, C.H. Derrick, Athens, Drake & Allen, Wavrt- 1
le y- y.nlt
YT 7 HEREAS my wife Emily, has left my be*
y and board without any just cause or pro->
cation. I hereby forbid all persons harboring, or trust- j
mg her on my account, as I will pay no debts ofht'
contracting after this date.
Windham November I, 1854. G. B. ADAMS-
Engine and Fixtures for sale.
rYNE second hand ENGINE and fixtures for*
SAW MILL, capable of driving two or m re
saws, all in gcod order, and will he sold cheap.
a long credit, if desired. The Engine is now run
ning, and ban be seen by calling on H. S. Davi"-
sow, at Ulster, or C, P. WILLIS. Jr. at Athens,P**
Ulster, July 19, 1854.
TYRIED APPLES.— 4O bushels Dried Appll I
grafted fruit—on hand and for sale by
March 15, 1654. BAILEY & N EVEN'S-