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Plant Fruit Trees.
DEAN SWIFT once remarked, tbat any one
who should cause a blade of grass to grow
where nothing grew before, was a Ijenefaetor |
to inaukind. The object of the this ■
remark was to state in forcible terms his opin
ion of the public benefit derived from all agri- j
tural improvements. This saying was figura
tive ; but it might be literally averred that eve
ry man who plants a tree is a public benefac
tor, whether the value of the tree consists 111
its fruit, or its flowers, its timber, or even its
shade ; for, with regard to trees, it may be said
that we often seek the substance for the sake
of the shadow. We are acquainted with a sin
gle lady who makes the rational boast, that
she has always planted a fruit tree in every
place she has resided. Whenever she takes
lodgings in any new house, if there be a garden
attached to it, she plants a fruit tree upon the
sj>ot. Such acts, upon her part, seem to be
disinterested, as her habit of moving from
place to place, must prevent her from being the
continual proprietor of these trees. Some one
is benefitted by them, and she enjoys the satis-
faction of having done some good in the world.
In these acts, she displays true benevolence.
We kuow of a gentleman who lived to sec
the folly of a different course of conduct. On
moving his young family into a house which
was connected to a large garden, he was ad
vised to plaut it with fruit trees. lie rejected
the advice, and not owning the place, replied
that he should plant no trees for other people's
benefit, lie lived there about thirty years ;
and during this space of time he might have
raised an abundance of fruit for his own fami
ly, and seen many of the trees of his own plant
ing perish of old age. There is perhaps no spe
cies of selfishness so foolish as that which pre-1
vents one from planting trees ; since their cost
Is but a trifle, and the labor of attending to a
few individuals is both wholsomc and agreea
ble. Aud iu this country, where pro|erty is
so constantly changing hands, we can never
predict when we plant another man's grounds,
that these grounds may not become our own or
those of our childreu. — Mam. Mag. of Hor
Breaking Colts to Bits and Harness.
Much may be douc with young horses in the
way of cultivating their good manners, and
forwarding their education —or breaking, as it
is usually termed—before the aid of the colt
breaker is required. Foals should be accus
tomed to familiarities, fondling, and kind usage,
from their birth ; and if that kind treatment be
continued as they grow up, they will occasion
very little trouble when the time arrives for
them to be broken. Before that operation is
commenced, it is desirable that a bit should be
placed in the young animal's mouth. Any
plain snaffle of sufficient substance answers the
purjiose. There should not lie any reins attach
ed to it ; it should be merely suspeuded by the
The Colt will thus learn to play with the
bit, which wiil tend very materially to the es
tablishment of a good mouth, care being obser
ved that the bit is suspended evenly by the
proper length of the head-piece. This may be
adjusted by any quiet, good tempered person,
to whose care the young creature is entrusted,
and may be left on from one to two hours dai
ly. A loose box, hovel, or small yard, is the
most suitable place for the purpose.
It is a very, bad custom, though a very pre
valent one, when a young horse is first bitted,
to make use of reins, which are drawn tightly.
A colt-breaker, when employed, should there
fore be cautioned against it, for it will cause
the pupil to contract a habit of leaning on the
bit, and probably create a one-sided mouth.
By such treatment, many colts will lake a po
sition in one corner of the box or hovel, and
there stand aud sylk ; whereas if the bit be
used as I have recommended, they will champ
and play with it freely, thereby producing that
sensibility of mouth which is essential to future
Breaking to harness may be considered
necessary with such horses as are adapted for
carriages ; and their services after they are
three years old may be advantageously called
iu requisition on the farm. Their first intro
duction should never be to a noisy heavy cart.
The plan which 1 have adopted, with invaria
ble success, has been to put the harness ou so
that the animal may become quite familiar to it
in the stable, after which I have a cord attach
ed to each trace. The horse is then led out by
au assistant, and another man, with the cords
in his hands, offers a slight resistance, as the
animal moves forward ; by this initiation the
alarm frequently occasioned by the pressure of
the collar against the shoulders is avoided, as
the man who holds the cords can instantly re
lax them, if necessary. After two or three
lessons of this kind, neither trouble nor danger
need be apprehended iu putting the auimal to
any employment calculated for the advance
ment of his education in the art of drawing.—
London Farmers Magizinc.
STIR THE Son,.—lf there is any one point in
husbandry more essential to success than any
other, it is stirring the soil ; not merely the sur
face, but stirring deeply, thoroughly and fre
quently. Let us briefly enumerate some of the
advantages. It gives the roots of growing
planks a chance to penetrate in every direction
in search of nourishment; it pulverizes the soil,
and produces a thorough admixture of the soil
to which it has been applied. It brings the
the finely pulverized soil iu direct contact with
the newly sown seed, and thus produces speedy
and healthy germination. By presenting con
tinual uew surface to the atmosphere, the eu
riching elements iu which the latter abounds
are more readily imbibed. And in seasons of
drought, frequeut and thorough stirring has
been found to produce the happiest results, and
although there is no better established fact in
agriculture, there is no one of the truth of
which it is so difficult to convince farmers. By
stirring the soil frequently, the young weeds
are destroyed before they have attained suffi
cient size to become troublesome or hurtful to
the growing crop, Good reader, if you have
any doubts 011 this subject, put the matter to a
practical test this season. Take a small patch,
give it a few extra hoeing.-, particularly in dry
weather, and let us have the result. The facts
we have presented are not new. Every far
mer is, or ought to be, familiar with them, but,
unfortunately, few put them in practice. Stir
Goon BlTTER.—Butter produced from feed
ing on eornfodder, cut when green, is harder,
yellower, and worth more by the jiouud than
when the cows are fed 011 hay. Cornfodder, if
cut when green and well secured, is the best
feed for milch cows except carrots.
rr F. MA nil,L, M. D., PHYSICIAN
ae * aso m* I&JJSBSS
Dr. .1011 n m intosh surgeon
DFSTJST, HAS BBTCBSED. Office next door
tn Mc'-cf '•< si" e, and over Alexander's Clothing Stoie,
Ma'n fcCeel. Towanda. Fein nary 24. 1855.
1 AM E8 M AC FA 1 LANE, ATTORNEY
oj A T LA IV. Tow \[>A; Pt. Occupies the Office, in
the I'.i'nn Biock Coi me 1y owned ti.v John C. Adams Esq.
*' lie w'" attend U p.ocuiiag Bounty latod WatrauU
ami Pensions. March 22.1855.
H. J. M ll> i.i p. R>- MORROW.
MA I)II.LA' MORROW, A TTORNE YS
AXI) COUXSELLORS AT LA IV ,—Office
over Mercn.' Store. Towanda, Pa.
Towanda. Apr'-I 2. 1855. n-43-tr
D"7E. 11. M ASON; PII YSiCtAN ASD
SCRGEQS, ofru bis professional services to the
jM-op'e oi' Towanda ami vicin'.v. Office at ills resilience
on Pi lie street, where ie can always ue lound when not
professionally engaged. _ ■
JOHN I'. Al>\Mt JVA. OVERTON.
ADA MS A OVERTON, A TTORNE YS
AT I.AIV. Office in the room fermeily occupied
by Oeorge Sande'son. over Burton Kingsbery s store.
Towanda. May 2ti. 1855.
S~UR VEYIXG. —JAMES A. PAlNE,Sur
veyor for Bradford County, is prepared to attend to
the alsive business in all its branches. His office is at
Monroe ton. AH letters addressed to him at that place
w'" meet v. ' 1 prompt attention.
Ao. il 4. 18., J.
GROCERY AND RESTAURANT.
\\TILLARD I*"ENTICE respeclfully in
fl informs toe mlilic tbrt lie taken the room in'he
basement o r >e Colon Moc!;." north side of the public
sqna.e. w'.ie e be '.bends to keep a
g nornn v a sd l i ttng s.\ loon
pod 10'ics i'i e< e'vee hr.en public oat.o.iege. He will
e,K (vv i ir-t ic ri-c.iiioa lo liesi.ics-.piid bv iroviding
s, le. ■ i'i !'> p.e'l to make 'i au acceptable
,y i, to tele .:> o -.ic et.e tiuiciii.oi toe inner
1.0 1." 't ie ir re.' c '.'.eo give oie a call.
Towanda June !• 1 >.
GEORGE H. WOOD'S
DAGCERREAX ROOMS REMOVED
.0 iVtiou's NEW I.PU'K BI.OCK. corner of Bridge
and Mi.'.f s ( cci whe e e icsiilted up .touis expressly
fo Ibe tu i.ie • tvit'u a ' ge -ky-lig'i,rand side-light com-
Iti ied. W.ii .te-e ;> range.uenls iie will be able to take
P'cle '* Mi any siiiuie desi.cd. Grouping doue in the
bes to sbtle tuanne.. Ds'gue. ,eotypes taken e nally as
well in cloudy e- clear weather. Particular attention paid
.0 copying. Miniatures neatly put iulo ixickets, Breast
•>' igs. and doge- in-,-.. ,"c. instructions given in the art
on ea otiub'e ,e ni-.
'i'ov.addr May I 18,5.
FIRE ! riRS ! FIRE !
UNION INSURANCE CO.
I 1 ATHEXS. EA.
Hon. HORACE WII.MSTON. I'.esident;
C. V> EI.EES .1,. Vice Pi-esidentand Treasurer;
J. E. CA \FIERI). Sec.-entry.
Dot ,d of Dirrrlo. t—'A on. Horace Williston. Francis
Tyler, George A. Perkins. J. T. I). Mycr. C. N. Shipman,
C. I-'. Welles. J. K. Can field. Athens: Hon. John 1J
• 10. le. Towanda : Gen. Bradley Wakeiuan. Eacevville;
G.M. Hoilcubac... \v;ike--Bt'iie; Michael Me.vleVt,
P.O. iOO OY, Agent for Bradford County. Addess,
Waverly. N. Y.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
JOSEPH ROW ELL would announce io
Etc ciib.eiis of Brad'o d County. iii? lie is now e
-1 ce'vi.i'-' • large, "ch s<tp'v. Jc-d asso.itneat of Fancy uad
S f/tiAi). < Good G.ocr > Ha,ilmacr, C.orLery, and
Gloss Wo t Siiom Gooo' . Hoi- tlools i .td Shot-:. Car
pclinz*. IV. 'rr \o.' ors. EojU Hi agings. Fish. I'ainls
oml O's : . > : '•> act. '.no-, eve v a-tide o." merclian
dize v.-iiich e •'.•.so* be coun v erp-i.-es. and is offer
ing .iieiu > Ie oC A' il pi, .1 ices wnicL- deiy all com
tie ii ion.
ilev.ou'c na .hvle lv i.ivbe ettention to bis siock of
I.\ii. KS 0r..; iiooi) consisting npai o. .icti plain bl k
end vv.- eed - i'!;s: ell wool Delpines: plain end figured
.nonsliu tV-laines • plain cod figure-' C'nall" oeleines ; I>e-
Ife.ges. i.-iv .is. 1 : ces: tinted laconetfs. Organdies.
Berate*, all > o'o -jgeute wii.li au eudless vaiiety of
(Jiiighams. " '.lis . r . c. J;c.
E -BKOIORICES \ <P •. V.RS -liadies embroidered end lace
Collars, sleeves. Handke cliiefs Ski U.Chi.newtls.Swiss
j cm' lacft.e..e Rands and l-'lou.iccs Swiss aud Jaconelte
Hd-pngs and inse.iings, Malic e. Tn cad.Suiy ox. bobbin
am Co.inn Edgings, all vv'd.lis- 8.-ussells, black aud
v. .i.e 'P. Edging-, all v.idilisand i.ic-cs.
\V.f it; Oooo*--**).'". and dcii.cd Swiss Masl'ns Jaco
netis. (VIS'.KI I ftawns, 'ndia Book and Nainsook Muslins.
St.lpod and Plaid Ca.no.i s, \ ic.rt.ia IMlwus. o. ail (quali
ties. la>dies and. Rents, iincn H'd'k'is.. silk and cotton
11I0.ids : R.tbbinel. and f.-nged Ibaces, Irish lincnsatgveat
lv • ed-cced t b-es.
Iloise 'cr *si 1 :c. Coops- Wo bed Hnen and wo.-,ied
Damask, douiile ond ugle fob'. co> l)a. nark.', lea died and
tuibleacbed table linens, bleached ant. a ll. learned J. cpua d
dViter, t.orsied, e.tdaf-scd and tolo'-cd dama !. ''ueuin -'e
sp.eat'-. ilem-bcd damask .able (!oilis aut napkins, all
si/.es: coi..itprpaiies. '.learned and unbleached Musl'iis
."rom .. .0 10-1 cads w".d\ U.-ape.v Mulin of different
kinds. I .. h, Sco-r'n ; id Ri'ssia diapers, r':c.
(i ..in i;s and HO-IKKV- A co.iipleleassovttnen! of I jidies
and Mi—c and I nild.c.is' wbite, unbleac'icd, mixed and
slaie colo ed cloi.i 110-e- Metis' and 'toys' unbleached,
iti'xcd and \.-liiie colion b.di'hose* ladicsand gents black,
white and colored '-id loves, i>t . . nplity : ladies kid fin
is'ti ptid •>!;>' • HI. and li-Ie .bread do.; ladies and misses
long a 10 -'.io . .' encn iilct mi its.
SiMWt.s <ll M v- I'ii. l.\s A Inrgeassoitmento'Spring
Shawls and Me.i'.illas of new and desirable styles.
( vii'-KTiMis o* va iocs >•; les and qualities. Rush mat
tings, difie e.u vviiUns.
( i.O.MS vndC'VSS. iiiw The largest stock of plain
black and fancy t'lotlisa.niCnssi.nere*.Tweeds. Kentucky
Jeans, '.ine i and Cotton Kcntuier Goods for .uens* and
buys' wer ever exhibited 1 No. thern Pennsylvania—
mi.c'.u>sed at, g.-emly educed > ices, aud offe etl for sale
co- espondingly 'ovv.
Also,: good"psso kniciit of testings, Scarfs, Stocks,
C.ava.s 'nuen Culla.s, Jr.
ta.cha ting hi- st.s k of Spring Goods, the snb
sc.-incr would ay thai lite utmost care and economy has
been e c.ci<ed "n or.ie. to please his customers In style,
ip'ali.v of gmtds. and p. ices, .o to, respond with the times.
Thanking the oii'ilic V . lie 'i : K'..il patronage they have
lie vlo li e o\ ended .0 bbu. he would respectfully solicit
a c. I'and o" his stock by those wishing to
cba e. JOSEPH POWELG.
Tow.-nda. An 'I 10 18.15.
©w <sM) i iE , iiiiEsy(&o
COLLINS &. POWELL
ITTOFi.P .esnrcirt-Uv "n">i m their friends and the pub-
VV Ic.il. ..icy have REMOVED their CI-OTHING
5- l'l'RNlSHt\' STrtPE o Pa I ton's New Crick Block,
No. ". and w" teiianty o walton all who may give them
a calf The" l iock consists o."
Blac! II oadcln.ii and '.mi v ( 'of t I
Faji v 1 r -si.tic a i. '.s or" colo s ;
HI: 1 , k rue 1 - t . -si nc e "ruts ;
Black s ,1., r , V..y ,s :
Ma seH'es V. and ncy •
Mnr-e'Me . • : ie.l Hoa.s. al 1 kinds •
lane.l 'Vnt- fvi - r Col la. s, t'.a vats pud Hose.
11: 1 -. II *i I' ...ids.
Ga .nc.iisit al' .".id- nade np .o order, and wn;ranted
ioiitn no •-*. o. .-i. i. corup i-csa" k'nds of goods
adapted . 1 .neu's v.-c • bb-h we a.e Hti'mJ to sell cheap
erthan a. l v o, iie t a ' aent 1.1 town or county.
Cim /XH do -e >o do us usual.
Towanda. Jane a I: •.
S PTM rSTG GOODB.
T II ARV E V RUINNV, Jr., is just e
• J • celling a generalassu,tmentof SPfllXll GOODS
which he offt'.s ... . .ie public fo. unusuallv low prices, for
tteadr p. v. A- ie -• deler.uiurd .0 sell Goods after tlie
Ist of Ap.it for RE A D\ PA V . o. keep them, persons w!-h
-i.ig to pay cash fo. ,-oo.ls v.-tu find ; t for the'r interest to
coll ami examine hi sloe'., aud prices.
yrAll persons indebted io me oy hook, note or judg
ment, on the Ist of April nexi. unless some siitisfactory
arrangement is made will be waited upon by a gentleman
in authority. J. H. P. Jr.
Towanda, March 14. lSj-t.
To the Citizens of Bradford County.
BOOK BINDING.—S. WELLS respect
fully informs the '.liiabitantsor Bradford County that
he still continues :he ROOK RINDING business, in the
village oi' Bingham,on. and is ready to attend to anything
in .ii- 'i.ie that oia\- be entrusted u> bis care.
Pa, lieuiar attention will be given to the binding of Mu
sic. Magazines, law Books, dc. Everything will be done
prom-xiy. ami in i'ne neates. and most durable manner.
t' I.nUeiyin .be Ibbd Hiory, over Messrs. Harring
ton '-• ie op;o-ite t lie Post Oiiice.
A- .here is 110 Bindery 'll Bradford county, for the
accommodation of .be lublic arrangements have lieen
made by which Book t.> at the office of the " Bradford
Rrjwrlrr," w'M be V. waded 10 me, and returned, without
Binghamton, March HI, 1855. n-42
SMTYDER HOUSE, Waverly, BT. Tt.
T A M ES WII I'ITA K E R .espectTully informs
•I the travelling public that he has taken the above well
known stand situ.ucd near the Railroad Depot, and soli
cits a share of custom. The Hon eis convenient and com
modious, and he is deteimiucu liiat no pains and attention J
to the wants and comforts of guestd shall lie spared to give
entire satisfaction. Maxell 15, 1855. |
pLOCK & WATCH REPAIRER—The
Vundersigned is constant)v .-eceiving from New-Yoik
by Express, new additions .o his bioc-t' of Watches, L Joe KB,
Jewelrv, Silver ware, and Fancy (foods, euiupri-iug in 1
pavt— -old and SHvei Lever. L'Epi.te and Plain V\at<-nes, ;
with a full and complete assoi traent ofF'oeGold Jewelry, 1
such as Cold chain- Locket-. Bracelets Gold Pens. Keys, (
Breast-Piu*. Ea. Rings. Finger-Rings, etc. etc. Also, a j
large va - ieiy O' x 've. ware,such as Table and Tea Spoons, |
Cream -poon- Bu.tei knives, Salt -noons. Spectacle*, .0- _
getlier wi'h r.i extensive assortment oi Plated Ware—All [
of which v. H he sold very low fo, CASH. .
CLOCK-. —A large assortment Clocks inst received, of •
all description*; ranging in prices .oua 7J cent* 10 Fifty
Watchc- epaired or short notice, and WARUANTED
to run well. Also, all Lind* Clock* rejaiied. j
W. A. C. would beg leave o -ay, that he '- prepared to j
execu " the ..lost difiiccli 10-.s such as can ie done at uo
other Shop short of New-Yo '.. city. ... 1
W. A. CHAMBERLIN.
Towanda, February 1. 1555. !
LOOKING GLASS PLATES CUT AND
fitted for any size, to be had at the Jewelry Store ol
Feb. 1,1855, W. A. CHAMBERLIN.
DISSOLUTION. —The co-partnership here
tofore existing iietween S. FKI.TON and E.Fox is
this day dissolved by mntoai consent. The note- and ac
counts of said firm are in the hands orE. T. Fox. who can
"enerally found at S. Felton's store, or at the •• Ward
House." Those interested will please take notice that the
accounts, Ac. must be settled immediately.
November 11 1854. E. T. FOX.
S. FELTON would most respectfully inform bis old cus
tomers and the public generally that he will -HP eontinue
the LIQUOR BUSINESS at the old stand, and thai be -
now receiving large additions to lo -stock, qbeci iront fir-t
hands in New-York, which he wdl ie mo-t happy to -ell
ou the most reasonable terms. He is also agent for the
sale of" Bing'hamton Ale," a supply of which he keeps al
ways on liand and for sale cheap.
Towanda, November 11.1854.
At the New Store, opposite the Court House.
BAILEY A NEVJXS. WHOI.KSALE A, RETAIL DKAI.RR*
IS PROVISIONS, GUOCKKIKW, Y ANKEK NOTIONS, TOYS,
FKCIT, COSKECTIONACV. WILLOW WAKE. AC., the largest
and most comorehen-ive assortment, and the longest ex
perience of any dealers in Northern Pennsylvania. We
have arrangements by which we can take advantage oi the
city and We-tern Markets, and ere thereby enabled to of
fer good 1181'gaius. Call end try n-.
Below we name a few of the articles that inay always
be found in our stock :
Flout Buckwheat Flour. Rye Flour. Corn Meal. Feed,
Pork. Hams A Shoulders, Mackerel, 4 odiiish, Shad Lake
Troui, Picketed and Smoked Herring. Cheexe, Rice, Beana,
Potatoes, Butter, laird. Cracker-. Ac.
Black and Green Tea. Rio and Java Coffee, Chocolate.
Cocoa, Sugar, Molasses. Syrup, Ginger. Pepper, Spice,
Cloves, nutmegs. Mace einamon. Ground Mustard, Pepper
Sauce, Soda, S.deraiu-. Cream Tat tar. Sperm and Tallow
Candles, Bar Soap, Vinegar. Siarch, Ac.
Prnnes. Cition. Figs, Eng. Currants, Raisins, Dried
Peaches, Dried Apples. Almond-. Pecan nut-.Prazil ants,
Grenoble and Made'ra Walnut* Pea nuts. Chestnuts, Ac.
German. French and American Toys, Fancy Goods, Tin
wagon- cocking lro. -e*. boys' sleigh-. China and jtewter
toy'iea -eft-, doll*. trumie"t*. accordions, harmonicas—
Gla--. jiaper ami wood mlaid work boxes and toilet ca*es,
toy bureau*, secretaries writing desk-—plain and em
broidered work basket*, knitting. o. pearl, ivory, papier
mache and leather po, L moniaes. wallet* and pm -e-. ivory,
born and wood inicket combs, toilet colli Irs, ivory fine
comb*, pocket inkstand*. ,iocket aiid small fancy niiniocs,
tobacco aud sunff boxes, cigar cases, iKirfumciy and hair
Brooms, mopstiek*. clothe- pin*, liench screws, willow
clothe* lia-ket- and market l>a-kets. sug.iraad spice boxes.
CANDY OF ALL KINDS.
Dairy and table Salt. Salina, do., etc. Country dealers
supplied at a small advance from New 1 ork price*.
m-W Mo-t kinds of country piode. e taken in exchange
for good-. BAILEY A NEVINS.
Towanda. Febrnar 1. lyS.Vi.
THTB -clicol. under the charge of tlie Mi-*es HANSON,
is lield in Hie not ill end of the Ward House, in the
room formerly occupied by Laporte. Mason A Co.
Miss EMMA fl \ NSON will join her sisters ill a few days
and in future mil give instruction in the French language
in the school.
The school year wi" consist of fonr quarters, of eleven
weeks each. The summer vacation commencing in July,
and ending in September.
TKITMS, PER QUARTER :
First Class To Include the elementary English I qp
branches .anil t lie study of the I ait in language. |
Second Cloxs—'i <> include the more advanced -tu-1
dies of the English branches, with Mathematics. - $9 00
and the stocv of latiu and French )
Third Cta s- To inelndc Mathematics, Mental)
ami Mural Philosophy, Rhetoric, Botany, Ac., - 412 00
with Latin and French, )
Each pupil will bring with her a desk and chair. There
will lie no extra charges whatever.
Music. —lnstruction on tlie Piano, with use of instru
ment, will be given by Miss REBECCA D. HANSON, at $lO
per quarter, and a* soon as arrangements now in progress
can lie completed,.* class in vocal music will lie formed.
LECTURES on Rhetoric. Moral and Intellectual Philo
sophy, and the higher branches of English composition,
will also le delivered once or twice in each week.
The aim of the Teachers will lie to impart a thorough
knowledge of tlie studies pursued, anil to give a tone and
character to their School which will recommend it lo the
confidence of the community.
The next Quarter will commence on Monday, April 30.
They l>eg leave to refer to the following named gentle
men : —RE Rev. ALONZO POTTER. Bishop of the Diocese of
Penn a. Philadelphia ; Rev. I)r. M ACLKAN, Presidentof the
College of New Jersey, Princeton.
Hon. DAVID WILMOT, G. F. MASON, KSO., C. L. W1 1
Esq., Hon. GEO ROE SANDERSON, D. F. BARSTOW, I
Col. J. F. ME ANS. Towanda.
Towenda, March 21, 1855.
m. SUSQUEHANNA COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE,
TOWANDA, BRADFORD CO., PA.
REV. SAMUEL P. COLT. Principal, Professor of Natu
ral, Mental ami Moral Science ;
REV. JAMES MeWILLIAM, A. M., Professor of Ancient
Languages and Belle- I.ettie- :
CHARLES R. COCURN. A. M.. Professor of Mathema
tics and Master of Not I,ll't School ;
E.ALBERT LUDWIG. A.M.. Professor of Modern Lan
guages, instructor 0,1 the Piano and in Drawing;
BENJAMIN EGI.I.N. Penmanship and Register;
Mrs. MARTHA A. DAYTON, Preceptress:
MRS. EVELINE HOYT Pieceptre** end Matron ;
MISS O. LOUISA JENKS, Assistant on Piano and Me
Ae-'fhe Fall Term commences on WEDNESDAY, AU
GUST 22,1855, and w'l continue fourteen weeks.
EXPENSES HER TERM:
Tuition in the Fifth class, (primary) per term, 44 00
" FOIL ill, 5 00
" Third 6 00
" Second 7 00
" First 9 00
French. German, Spani-ti or Ital'an, each, 5 00
When token without oilier branches 7 00
Drawing 3 00
Ornamental needlework and embroidery,each 3 00
Tuition on Piano Foile with use of instrument,... 12 00
LO do ;er quarter of 11 weeks,.... 10 00
Oil painting in land-raiic*. per term 8 00
do figntf* 10 00
Room rent for lodgers, 1 75
Contingent fund for each pupil. 3*
The Young Lodies will find board hi the Institute,
under the care or the Matron, at per week, 1 75
Arrangement- have lieen made by which the mule
pupils can lind board 'u private families, at per
week, 2 00
Washing per dozen 38
Fuel and light at the actual c\pense.
Pupil* boarding in the Hall (who will lie exelnsively
Females.) willnuni-li their own lied,bedding, towels, Ac.
and the table -ilver at their option.
No pupil token for than half a tevni. The bill* for
the term 11111-t lie paid in advance: or one half thereof at
their entrance, and the remaining half at the middle of the
Pupils entering the Institute are pledged to the oliser
vaneeof the Regulations, aud none will be admitted on
Es|>ecial exercises are arranged without extra charge
fo' those qualifying themselves as teacher* for common
For classification of studies and text-ljooks, see circu
lars, for which apply to C. to WARD, President.
8. P. COLT, Sec. j24 J. D. MONTANVE, Treasurer.
CLOVER AND TIMOTIIY SEED.—A
quantity of each just received and for sale by
February 7, 1855. J. POWELL.
SUMMER HATS.—The Newest StvuTof
SUMMER HATS—where every style and fashion I*
always kept, and where Goods of all kinds are guaranteed
to be sold a* cheap as at Elmira or Owogo. Call and see, j
at juncli MONTANYES & CO. |
HEEMDOLD'S GENUINE PREFARA
TION'S. - e ,
Hr!mbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extroct Buchu,
for Diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, fccciet Diseases.
Stricture*, Weaknesses, and all Diseases of the Sexual
Organ*, whether in Male or Female, -"lorn whatever cause
thev may have originated, and no matter of how long
standing. ... ,
If you have eontraeted the terrible disease, which when
onee seated "n the system, will sorely go down bom one
generation to another, enderroin'ng .lie constitution and
supping Che v?' v vita' fluids o" 'f"e do not tvusi yourself
in the hands o Omieks. who *to> c up eve' y day n a eity
like this, and A" the paper* vhb glaring alselioods fo
well calculated > deceive the voting and those not ac
quainted with • t"i tricks, lou cannot oe u*o careiu! in
the selection o" a remedy ; n these cases.
The fluid ext.act Buchu has been prononnced by emi
nent p livsictaus _
THE GREATEST REMEDY EVER KNOWS,
ft is p medicine perfectly p'ea-anl ; i> 'is *te and very
innocen. in "to rctioii and vet so thorough ..int it annihi
lates everv par 'cle of the Bilk and poisonous vims o- this
disepse: a,id. nnl'ke oilier remedies, 't dties not dy up
the disepse in the Mood.
Constitutional OeMlitv. brongbt on by self-abuse, a most
terrible tl'sepse which has broughi .housands of the hu
man race to untimely graves, thus blasting 'he brilliant
hopes of parents, and blighting 'n the bnd tie glorious
ambition oi manv a noble vouib can ; ie cured JV thin
And as a medicine which must benefit everybody f.om the
simply delicate to the confined and de-paiing bivelid. no
equal is to be found, actiug hot ; as a cu.e and preventive.
HEMBOLD'S HIGHEY CONCENTRATED
C'ompoii nd l'lvid E irorf So rsopfl ridr.
For purifying the Blood, removing PII diseases arising
from excess of Mercury, exposure and imprudence 'n
life, chronic constitutional disease, a.ising from an 1..i
-pure state of the MOIHI. and the only reliable and effect
ual remedy known for Hie cure of Scrofula. Sail Rliemn,
Scald Head, Ulcerations of the Throat and Iregs Pains
an. Swelling- of the Bones Tel tor, Pimples 00 - tie fare
and at' Scaly Eruptions of tiie Sisip.
This p. iide i- now presc'Hied by some of 'he most dis
tinguished Physicians hi the Count.y. and lias proved
move efficient iii practice inc. any pieparation of Sarsa
parilla yet offe.ed to (lie public. Several cases of secon
dary Syphilic. Mercurial and Scrofulous d'sesises 'nave en
tirely recovered in lite incurable waid* of our public insti
tutions. which bad for many vears resisted eveiy mode of
treatment thai could '.e devised. The-t* eases furnish
striking example- of the saluiary effects of this .nedieine
in arresting some of the mo-t inveterate di.-eases.arter the
glands were destroyed and the bone* already a Heeled.
NOT'CB.—la;ttes fi-om e-|ion.-ible Pliysieians and Pro
fessors of several Medical colleges, and eertifieale* of cures
from patients will be found accouipanyiug lsilh prepara
Prices Fluid Extract Buchu. M liOitle. or ft bottles for 45.
" •• Sarsapavilla, " "
equal in strength lo one gallon Svmp of Saiaaparilla.
Prepared aiid sold by 11. T. tIELMBOLD Chemist, 2G3
Chestnut -t., near the Cira'd House. Philadelphia.
To lie had of Dr. H. C. PORTER, Towi'iida. Pa. and of
Druggist- and dealers everywhere.
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LAW BOOKSEI.I.KRS ANI, Pcni.iSHEKS,
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*y Orders or letters of inquiry for Law Books from the
Country, promptly attended to. 6w3
BOOTS AND SHOES.
John W. Wilcox,
HAS located his establishment 011 Main Street, on door
North of the " Ward House." and will continue the
manufacture of BOOTS A SHOES, as heretofore.
He has just received from New-York a large assortment
of Woman*' Children*' and Mioses' Shoes, which are offer
ed at low price*. The attention of the Indies is particu
larly directed to his assortment, comprising the following
new styles Enamelled Jenny Lind gaiter l*M,ts; do.
shoes ; lfiack lusting and silk gaiter : walking shoes, bns
kins, Ac. Misses' gaiters and shoes, of every description.
A large vai iety of Children*' fancy gaiter*. Loots A shoes
of all kinds.
For the Gentlemen, almost every style of gaiters and
shoes. This stock lias liccri personally-elected with care,
and he iielieves he can offer superior articles at reasonable
The strictest attention paid to MAXTFACTCBIKO,
and he hopes hv doing work well to merit a continuance
of the liberal patronage lie has hitherso received.
Towanda. Feb. 1. ls.">s.
Cheap 8001, Shoe and Leather Store.
T I). HUMPHREY is jnst if)
'/ • leee'ving next door to H.S.Merciii's s.VJ
store in Towanda,* ho ge ami well selected PL
stock o' BDOTS. SHOES A FINDINGS.
Irom New York, which with a constant supply of
HOME MANUFACTURED WORK, SOLE A UPPER
LEATHER, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
CALF SKIN'S, MOROCCO. Ac.
he is desirous to sell at small profit*. Feeling grateful for
past fat or*, lie hopes to merit a continuance of pnblic pa
ttg~Affu*ure Wo k end Rejuriring done on short no
tice. CASH paid for Hides and Skius.
Townnda. June 14. 1x.i.5.
New Boot and Shoe Manufactory.
FRANK HOFFMAN would respectfully
inform the citizens of Tov.-anda, that he lia* com
menced the BOOT 4- SHOE .msiness in the room over
J. Culp A Co s. shop, near Hie corner of Bridge street.—
He i* ready at all times to do all work in hi* line in the
best manner—end will make Fine Sewed and Pegged
Boots, Shoe* and Gaiters, 'n the latest approved style a*
well as Coarse Worb. RKI'AIUINO done iu a superior IM,n-
He would respectfully solicit the patronage of the citi
zens of this Mace, assuring them that he will endeavor to
1 merit their favors by using the best stock, by careful work
man-hip. and by punt tuality.
Towanda, June 18,1855.
K. WA-.nor- a. M. XKVVARD E. H. COOK.
I> WATROUS & Co., DEAL EES IX
HEAVY ,V SHELF HARDWARE, No *. 1 A
3. Water -t. Elmi.a, N. Y.
We have .eca.iily made 'urge adu<lioas toonr extensive
sUxk. and have now 011 hand a complete assortment of ev
ery desci ipl 'ou o" Ha. tl ware, which we offer at the lowest
cash prices: consisting of Meehauie's Tools, Building Ma
terials, Lon and stee'. Nail- and spika. Rope- and Cord
age, Paints, Oils and Glass, Mil! -aw* oi'every size and
shape, eilher Malay Rang or Circular.
Machine Belling, of al' wid ill* Ixith of india Ru'jlier A
leather, Gls s wholesale. \ e aie p.eoa.et. to stippiy
Merchants with Glu-s, Nails, -cyibes, Fo ks, Ac., at Man
ufacturers prices. T'a, sheet iron, and Copper wo.k on
hand or made to order.
CORTR ACTOR'S TOOLS—Wheelbarrow*, Amc*' Sho
vels, Blasting Powder. Ac.
Agent- ib. Rich A Wilder'* Patent Shlamander Nttfe*,
Fairiiank'* Platform Scales, and Welch A Griffith'* Circu
lairge sires np to f,O inch, alwav* on hand and sold at
Factory Price*. Particular attention paid to orders by
mail. 'J I
Eluiira, April 7,1856. n~U-12m
#T ~? T'..'. ifi-...
:; £* f -■-
DK. PORTER'S OFFICE & DRUG STORE,
SOUTH END OF THE WARD HOUSE
Fronting the Public Square
THE sul>*oril>er. thankful for the lilienil patronage of the pant year, intend* to keep constantly f, n h an .], r,,
sortin cot of the very best article* usually kept in our line, which HK WILL dispose of onsueh term* as wi n a *
isfaetory to all who may patronize him. The purchases are made entirely with cash in hand, and for the (' tsiT^ 1
customers will receive the henetit of a (rood article a* a low price. *lll articles not answering our recounts* i ,'.•'
will tie cheerfully fatten Imrk, uud the money refunded. latl ' ft .
(CP* Medical Advice gralnitooily given It the Office, charging enly for the Mtditintn.
Tiie stock consists of a complete and select assortment of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND GROCERIES,
Pure Wine & Liquors, for Medicinal nse, London Porter & Scotch Ale,
ALL THE MOST POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES'
FRESH CAMPHENE & BURNING FLUID-NEW & BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS OF LAMPS!
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP
American Pocket Cutlery, (Warrant:d Good,)
Superior TOBACCO 6l SNUFF !-—Choice brands of Pure Bavanna, Prineim,
and Yara CIGARS I pe
Palnta, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, Brushes, Perfumery, Shaving
Fancy Articles, &c. &,c. p "
Black and Green Teas ; Rio and Java Coffee ; Molasses, Syrups, Sugars, Spices, & c Ac
Salmon, Mackerel, Sardines, See.
REMEMBER THE STORE—SOUTH END OF THE WARD HOUSE:
A D ITS MOTTO
" The best quality of Goods—Full assortment—Mokerate Profits —Ready o/tenfion to nisfrmirn—
No Adulteratum of Goeds—Candid adcire as to Pott,it Remedies—And dose alien,h„
business H. C. PORTKR, M. p
Towanda, Fehrnary 1,1855.
HARDWARE AND IRON STORE,
HALL * RUSSELL,
iolTid Wholesale anJ Retail Dealers in
jSigHARDWARE AND STOVES,
Tin, Japanned and Britannia Ware.
mmmmM House Trimmings, Caniage Trimmings, Harness <k Saddler;
if Ware, Carpenter's and Joiner's Tools,
V BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, FARMERS TOOLS ANO AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
LEAD PIPE AND P LMPS, of all kinds and sizts^
IRON, STEEL, LEATHER BELTING, Ac. Sec.
Would inform their friend*, that these are only a part of the general heads nnder which ma v he classed their Mis
sive assortment, and to which they are constantly receiving additional supplies, direct fioin the importer-and mV,'
factnrers. which enables them to offer such inducements in their large stock and low prices as will defy coiniwhiu/a
from any quarter. We would ask the particular attention of
to an examination of onr stock, which having been selected with the greatest care, we are confident will satisfy w
the mo*t fastidious. _ •
0-f lion't forget the [dace —South side of the Public Square.
Old Iron, Copper and Brass, and all kinds c~ Country Produce, taken in exchange for Good
To wanda, May 27, lot. If AIX & KUSSEIL
DR. HALSEVS' FOREST WINE —The
discovery of the FOREST WINE is the greatest bles
sing or Hie age. Put I' ' in Quart Pottles, a single bottle
of which does more good. and goes fiirthci' in the cure of
Disease, than 'an bottles of any Sarsaparillo in use, and
warranted to cure without an unpleasant or weakening
The method by which all Sarssaparillas and other simi
lar medicines are prepared', ishy'siilingihe Roots ol plants
to obtain the extracts. Their niediciual virtues at- thus
principally evaporated and destinved.
It is inn, to be wondered at then, that 10 and even 20
bottles of these Sarsaparilliis ai-e sometimes taken without
any pereeptible lienelit. Not so with the Forest Wine
lly tlie invention of a wonderful chemical apparatus,a per
fect wine is produced without lieating : retaining, at the
same time, all the primitive healing properties of the rare
medicinal plants of which it is composed, thus rendering
the Forest Wine the most efficient medicine the world ever
produced, at the same time time the most agreeable.
Tliis is to certify, that I have used Dr. Halsey's Forest
Wine in my family with the most entire success. My wife
was Imdly afflicted with Neuralgia, affections of the Spine
and Kidneys, and general Debility. She found speedy re
lief, and regained her health by the use of the Forest
From my own knowledge o." this excellent medicine, I
confidently recommend it for Hie good of others who may
lie suffering from similar complaints. It is the best medi
cine with which f am acquainted, and those who are afflic
ted with the als>ve, or any similar disease may safely re
ly ou its virtues. E. G. M FSSEY.
MORE TESTIMONY" FROM COHOES.
Dk. G. W. II ai.sky—Dear Sir : My wife last autumn was
reduced to a low state of Debility. My family physician
advised her to take your Forest Wine. Accordingly I
went to Mr. Terry's, your agent in this town, and procur
ed a bottle of it, which restored her in a very short time
to ocrfect health.
Holmes, April 13.15.Y0. HENRY* DONALDSON.
DREADFUL COUGH. DEBILITY, AXD LOSS OF
Dr. Hai.sky: Hempstead. Dee. 1. 1817.
A bottle of your Forest Wine and box of Pills, which
I procured of James Carr. (your ageut for this place,) has
done wonders for me. 1 had been in a state of decline for
more than a jT.tr. afflicted with a dreadful cough, uain
in the lireast. general debility, and loss of appetite, i lie
came almost a skeleton and had lieen unable to leave my
room for more than two mouths: my friends told me I
had the Consumption and despaired of my vecoveay. 1
could not obtain any permanent relief from any medicine
Ihadtaken.or my physician, until your Wine and Pills
were procured. The first dose of the Fills brought up from
my stomach, much plilcm and greenish matter, and niv
stools were perfectly black. I then commenced taking
yonr Forest Wine tli'ree times a day, my appetitelieganto
return immediately, nty eongh left me, and in less than
two weeks I was almost well. I now enjoy better health
than I ever did before, having increased twenty-five tinnnds
in seven weeks. Y'our Forest Wine and Fills are highly
valued in this vicinity, mid I owe my recovery entirely to
their virtues. Y'ours, respectfully,
M ARTIN" CALDWELL.
AFFECTIONS OF THE KIDNEYS.
Mr. T. J. Gillies, a highly respectaliie Merchant of No.
30S Broadway, New York, cured of a severe affection of
the Kidneys hy the Forest Wine and Pills.
Dr. G. W. HALSEY : New-York. March 12,1853.
Dear Sir—ln the summer and fall of last year I had a
severe complaintof the Kidneys, which rendered me unite
unfit for business. I procured your Forest Wine and Pills
which cured me in a few weeks time, and 1 have since en
joyed better health than 1 had for many vears previously.
From their efficacy in my oan case, and from what I know
your medicines to have done for others, 1 am iuduced to
recommend them as the best medicines wiih which I am
acquainted. Yours, respectfully
There aie thousands cured every year of this disease !>v
the Forest Wine and Pills; Dyspepsia, Costiveness auu
Indigestion, ere kindred complaints, frequently exisiiug
together, ami i'ue cute of one is generally the cure of ail.
The Forest Wiue and Pills abote all remedies*re pre-emi
nent in the cue of Dyspepsia.
Testimony of J. N. Yermile, of New York City, dated
Julv 9. is.,J.
Dr. G. w. HALSEY":—Dear Sir— Having lieen curedof
Dyspepsia by the use of your Forest Wine and Pills, I take
the liberty .o offer you my name£believiiig manv who
know ine .u:>y be ■ enetileu hj- my excellent remedies
For utauv years i have liven afflictedwlth this maladv so
liabl v that nearly one-third of my time lias been lost. mm
business. Tlie Forest Wine and' Pills have it-stored me to
excellent health, and 1 cheeilYilly recommend them, as 1
am convinced .he discovery of the remedies a.e a hies
sing to mankind. J. N. YERMILE.
Ncw-Y'o,k July ff,lka2.
DR.G. W. HALSEY'S GUM COATED FOREST PLLR
The G urn coated Forest Pills are designed to accompany
the Forest Wine in the cure of Disease the- corn f io!c
tinn more searching and effective.
ly I letter t'naaany other I'tll or Catlie.tie. |>.tnli'ri.i'
oa-*s when this class oi medicincsiireiisefid.ft iih*U.i. *
ing effect. They are purely vegetable never gripe.
!te taken at anytime without fear ofi;ik',ijr<-itld.!iimlnM
from business. or disagieeaMe effects. ami .m-. g. tor
in? toe bowels perfectly natural whie.i i all iiii|*rii::
for tlie perfect recovery ami con< Limit i-m of uiwhl lie:'';
Thousands ( *n testify U>the g,en,exec-lieu, eoi'tksf !;
above ail otliei-s.
Tiie Forest Wi.ie arcoinpaiiicd wiih i!>e Ford p "- t
most efiectua 1 in tiie ce- e of all tiie follm.! rrcoflipL' •:
Dyspepsia. HahitnalCosiivene —. law- i <> >i)ilaiitt Kir
ma. Files. Obstinate Headache I*: n-.V s j;i,U*ie-ami r
healthy color of the skin, laoiidice \ ,ee and Fever. Sat
Klieum. K.ysi tclas. Comolainls inrident mils to Female
languishing weakness. Night slwceis. \> n'.us P'snAs.
| General ill Health and imoahed si.iie n-" : ne ('o.w;.'■ > -
i The Forest Wine is put up in fc. ge sip-ae Louie-. t::S
[ l>r. Ila ley s name hlov.n in ilie .la -1 Hio ftofi.-rpr
lailtle ov six liottlen for Five llidlars. (•cni-en;ite(lfi''ri
Fills 2.", cents per Box. Foi Sale by.' eappoinled A? ■
i at \\ iiolcsnle and detail. General" I>e|ot. 1•> 1 I Hunt S
one door from Hudson. New York. apixiiittcil Ajsent* s
Bradford county. Dr. H. C. Porter .To wanda : (. H. fie
rick. Alliens ; Drake & Allen, Waverlr. V. V.
(CONNER'S U. S. TYTPE POCNDRY
\J Xos. 23. SI. and 3d Beekinan st. New York.
TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Tiie undersigned lieg to iufortn the trade thai ibeylav
recently issued their rVne (Quarto Specimen, and that' -■
now readv ior delivery to their old patrons, as well** ss
all who ] yd ionize their Foundry.
In it will be found a new series of Faces from Per.
Pica, surpassing if possible. their celebnwed serie 1
Scotch cut Taces.
T V Fmtey Type department exhibits an unsii
variety of lieautiiul styles, selected frout France.(ieW'-'J
Tlie Scripts and Bordering are now for the fust
ed to tne printing public am! ate ihe productM" lh ' H '
liesi Ke opean end American Artist .
An enii'e Xew Series of Herman Fact" s . Vih.f'Y•'
Paper iitui lob Printing, of a rti v snpevior svy'c •-
nearly completed and for sale. " .
The 41 eta I lYoin which our Doe • made.'
peculiarly adapted to the Suvkik I'sack n Mvtwf"
They ieg to return thanks for pa-t favors, end (
a continuance. Tlteir well known liio . tl lacrnt-rv .•
business for the past thirty vears. is a i caiantfc '•
i new patrons of their disposition and and',.! n. it
themselves to he surpassed for fairdealiu wht'l'jct 5
are bv letter or otherwise. * . .
N. t. Proprietors of newspapers are reqi'is.o '
tlie alsive. provided they will trade out three #•
amount of their re-qiecttve bills in materials of "• y 1 ",
factnre, and forward as one copy of the pane.'cos '
TBS OLD STAND
STILL IN OPEKATIO-V
Jgray gUaj,'ie: l r iv, " ;^!f n rt'p*
description, which and will he ii.de <"
terial and workmanlike manner, am! wb'ca h'Q $ t t
for cash cheapei than can be bought. lHiiyt'""
room in the count re. msff
READY-MADE COFFINS. on hand on I'*
sonable terms. A good HEAiNE v.'H fle
Funeral occasions. J AM ES SI At-
Towaiula. January 1. ISJA.
Dissolution.— Ttw copa.-mw^J
toi'ove existing between the subseri •cr 1 ' y
name of I. L. & 11. 1.. I.AM ERE A FX. A' Co- '*
dissolved liv ieotiial consent of all parties- ■< p
ofsabl firm w<H liereafter lie carried on '' ' . -t
LAMEREAITX. at the old stand. Xotes ciu
of the late firm are left in the hands of I.
ercanx and must be selMed forthwith- ,jj,
I. LAMEREAU.v. Vf < eiX^
H. I*. LAMEREAUX, C ' S .
Towanda, Jan. 2(1,
OAA BBLB. SALT, jwt
sale by _ May 16 TRAO * V
NK^ iRABW: ^'
Mauh 1, ISoo.