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Edt4hurg ObeidNit Advocate
XeW or Lawton
DiAT. - Parott—We furnished you an
prticle jaht sprirq.,!. on the above-named
kuit4riving an account of its origin, char
poteristies of the plant and.fruit, the soil
to which it is adapted, its seastm of bear
ing, and its extraordinary productiveness.
The past sea:-on has (tone much to estab
lish the reputation; of this remarkable
Huit. 'Wherever it.has been cultivated,.
Its far as we, have' heard, it has not only
uiven entire satisfaction, but exceeded all
that has been said in its 'favor. Many
who at first looked on it with distrust,
fearing it was another_.:llori;,-:-.)9 id/Awn/is
humbug, and would not touch it., arc now
convinced ot its great worth, and are
ing into its cultivation very ex.tensively.
It has been, satisfactorily tested in this
neighborhood, and most triumphantly
FUSt4iiled its iueit reputation. l gv,?l‘t.
uuiiaber 'of persons visited our `round,
last summer during the fruiting season.
Among whom were not a of those who
were avowed unbelievers in it, and with
out. a single axception, they wore amazed
and deilt:lited with the vigor of the plants
and the size, productiveness, lusciousness
and beauty of the fruit, and affirmed that,
though so to ncli bad b L;ti said iu is s praise,
the. half had riot berm told.
As this -fruit is not only very palatable
as. - raedieinal—but can be devoted pro &a-
My' to so many differt?nt purposes, the
market will hardly ever lie overstocked.
...s:writer in the New- York ITrdiunc says
hundred acres of plant are needed .
in the immediate nei: . , hborhood a that
city to supply the daily fictLand for berries.
- As it wis thendit by some that we
were extravagant in our praises of this
fruit in our last article•—though we were
sustained by such wen as Charles Down
hig.; and eminent Pou:ologists of the coun
try,—we ask the privilege of giving in
this. article the testimony Ufa few of those
who-have seen it in fruit during the past
Season—gentlemen who are every way
competent to judge of its character, and
whose opinions will be receiv-•d as satis
factory wherever they are known.
William Addison, M. D., one of our
best - judges of fruits, thus speaks of it :
" In company with some friends I vi
ited the farm 1);' Knox :'1111111“.7
for the purpose of seeing the New Ito
ehelle Blackberry in fruit. aboet which
great deal has been said, and a g aim,t
which I entertained a projudiee. It is
hilt, just to say that this prejudice has
beeu completely removed. To the previ
ous marvelous 'tides told in reference to
this:fruit I had listened with staid in-,
difference. To be perfectly frank, I did
not believe a word of them. But, to be
equally honest now, that opinion I had
formed in iznorance is entirely changed.
I found on 'Mr. Knox's grounds such a
display of fruit as I was not prepared for,
and but express the universal opinion cf
the company, that to all lovers of fruit
this is an immense stride in the way of
" Alt who arc familiar with the 1701i
dors cultivation will work will not be at
all surprised at what may be of by
the intelligent labor of years; but here is
a fruit-that 1;:t suddenly attained an ex
vellenee that is truly wonderful.
" The Neu. Rochelle Blackberry is not
only a inost,dulicions fruit, but a prodig
ious bearer. I cut off a branch about
eighteen Inches long, on which I counted
Feventy-six berries, all perfectly formed,
uud of extraordinary size and beauty.
I .‘ Those . who had the privilege of ex
amining this fruit ou Mr. Knox s grounds
are unanimou§' in their opinion that it has
not been overpraised, cud that in order to
be appreciated is 1111.I` be seen luniging
onthe - Pints in• its abundant, rich and
M. NV:Jacob D. 1)., Professor in the
Western Theological Seminary, says :
" Last summer 1 went to see the Cele
brated New Rochelle, 9r Lawton Black-1
berry, in' bearing. I found them alto
gether surpassing my expectation—the
stalk tall and rank, hanging full of the
largest berries, in all the various sta-es of
ripening • and the yield was truly wonder
fit!: "i ' learned from a friend who kid .
planted a small plot in the neighborhood,l
that-they required very little care, and'
were constantly coming on through the
seasons so-as to furnish the most prolong-,
6.1 supply . . • ' •
"The berry is sometimes misjudged by'
being plucked as soon as it is black, with
out being.allowed sufficient time to thor
oughly ripen., If taken off prematurely
it is sour; but when perfectly mature it
is as Luscidus AS IT IS LARGE.
"I-fiat entirely satisfied, Litt no fruit
in'onr . mirket*ill so : amply reward cul
tiVationanein every garden a few of
these - roots.:Wctdd supply the table with,a
healthful and irelishable berry, that need's
only to be known to be valued every-
where 2!•••:...• • ' -
The editor of the Pittsburg Chronicle
rives - the following notice of it:
'‘, : TIJE.T.N T ENP . ROCHELLE Bt i ACKIIERRY,'
—l4.eciotripauied by some gentlemen froni
tlie'.eityove yesterday paid a visit to the
firth:a:Rev.: Mr. Knox, In Lower S.
Clair to*dship; and though we had heaid
nitich of. the success which had 4ttellaol
'lds,coltore.,of the New Rochelle Black
terry; .and were consequently prepared to
iseeivirca high state of perfection, we
'mist confess that it more than met our
anticipations; and that in size, yield, and
flavor, it far excelled anything we had
lieard or read of it.
• The New Rochelle Blackberry was first
ntrtalueed hcrc by Mr. Knox. He put
down but a few plants at first, but their
immense Yield, and the superior quality
of the berry, convinced him that itwas
just the thing for this district; anti the
following year,.at a very great outlay, he
set several acres of the plants.- The re
sult is ,easily told. Coming up to his
warmest 'anticipations, he is now able to
supply our market 'with this very desira
ble and lautiftil berry in largo quanti
ties, and at a time, too, when Strawber
ries are not to be, had, and Raspberries
aie out of date.
The- blackberries grown by Mr. Knox
are nearly as large : as Plums, unusually
sweet and palatabli3, and hang in most
bountiful profusion; on the bushes. On
one sinail vine- alone there were some six
hundred -berries—some gin tp, °the; s .red,
more'almost ripe, and nut a few lit fur
gathering. They begin to ripen early in
July, and continue in season six or seven
weeks, thus furnishing a delicious substi
tute for the Strawberry and Raspberry,
to either of which they are not-a whit in
ferior. They are said to be admirably
!adapted for preserves, and make excellent
wine—their juicy nature rendering them
' in this latter particular unusually produe
. tire. They-have become a great favorite
in the market ; and as the plant is an ex
ceedingly hardy one and a heavy produ
cer, we do 'not see why every luau pus
, sessed' of a piece of ground should nut
h a v e his "N e w Rochelle Blackberry patch.
It would furnish him a delicious berry in
the season, and the surplus he send
.to market, ,w here they will ever command
a remunerative price " -
We have abumlan - ce of other testimony
of a lilac character, and could say even
inure in its praise than we have; but, let
crery one who has a piece of ground, if
only large enough for a single plant,, try
it tin• himself, and he will lie amply repaid.
I'ctl.3l, 22. 16.1:1. J . KNos,
MrsTuEss AND LADY.—This
paragrph from the German to wort happily
hits the attributes of wife, mistress and
lady. It is just as true as writ:
"Who marries for love takes a wife, who
marries for consideration takes a lady.
You are loved by your wife, retarded by
your, mistress, and tolerated by your lady.
You have a wife Jrf yourself, a mistress
for your house and its friends, a lady for
the world. Your wife will agree with you,
your mistress will accounnodate yon, your
lady •will managt? you. y our wife wi;l
t..ke care of your household, your mistress
your house, your lady of appearances. If
you are sick, your wife will nurse you,
your mistress will visit you, your lady will
inyuiro after your health. You take a
walk 'with your wife, ride with your mis
tress,- and juju. parties with your lady.
Your wife will share your grief, your mis
tress your money, and your lady your
debts. it yoeare dead, your wife will
shed tears, your mistress lament, and your
lady wear mourning."
LETTER PROM A BOARDING-SCHOOL
NllSS.—Lbrqr Mar :-1 :1111 DOW being leached
the Spanesh langwuage I wich my tuteor sr.\ s
I learn it y. ith grate fasility, ire impio ed
amattiugly in the engiish skits ice hia here ! i
speke and rite the real new stale now? and my
composishons are being very nn i di a z izoir e d
among the pupils of the school. i coin
. I.fetting the merile for being the be,t
ezi;2ll.sli scullar at the clothes of the laa quaW
tel', and i shood a done it but i uttzs lie iii sick
a build and enuldent attend to'iny ,ogles for
a hole wrlik and so quit behyndhand. buy
the buy Mar I what .slitzelsin Mid eutz:li.di yew
du rbrlit one ashamed to sly) yetvr letter to
the: missesses among' ;Ikw,:intainces for in
stents you say wile Ilife wotter wa Whin the
otiier day et,:ettsrah find so forth now yew
shood say wile the \cotter was bean hike—; t er
too rites just as inkurreekly for instents he
says in his letter french gmia are 1,:;i:1 Ve:T
fa:it lasted of saying fraueh gods are )zein fel:.
lin e really shot-kill that ;laid itee tiont keep
poke with. Ole march of modern iulpro‘ement.
but Inc 'nein called this lainit to ex-ile my
uu,st urr. i super
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amonv,',the Indians M . our ICc<tcrn country—;
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were 11;NI 41i:COVF1' , I. Dr. Al arse •.ra , he firs'
man to e!ttahl . ..- 11 the Mel that all !
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ing all' phlegm, and other Ittimors from the
lungs by copituts spitting. Tin' third is a Di
arctic, Which gives case anti double strength
to the kidneys ; thus eneontoged, they draw
largo amounts of impurity from the htmll.
\Chilli is then thrown out Itountifuly by the
urinary or water p:: Sage, and which- could
not have been discharged in any other way.
The fourth is a l'athartie. arid accompanie,
the other priipertits of the till \\ litho ett . oui.l
in purifying dhe blial: the coar,er particle,
trf impurity which cannot pa.s hy the other
t.d.:en lip and iainvetal ull' in
great quantities by the howeds
I:rt:nt [lle above. it is that Dr.
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I'll il,.`, i:[.l'ilLa
SOrofula, or Kince's'
iS.a . constitution ' al disease, a corruption of thG
blOod, by Which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak.- ancUpoor. Being . in the. circulation, it
pervadesthe whole botry, tout may burst out
in disease on any partrof it. No organ is free
from its attacks, nor is there one whichit may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial' disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and, filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
aboVe all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending 4 , from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ;" indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says,
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This ibul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but tiny: have far Ices power to with
stand the attacks .of other diseases; conse
quently, vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofutoiti in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly.
in this t-crofulons contamination ; and many
de:L.ll , l(.6re diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our pfcrpl , are scrofulous;
their persons are invaded by thi , , lurking hi
fection, and their health is mid( rmined by it.
To cleanse it from the rystetti we must renovate
the bio,d. by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by lit altity teiid and exercise.
Snell a medicine we t,upply in '
cf Spar ll
the as,,t, ti d 1 , 113.20. v ivldvll the medical
skill of our times eln dovise for this every
where prevailing and . fatal mlady. It is com
bined from the acctl five remedials that have
been discovered for the expon:ation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
syqein front its n ti Ve Com-Nuenees.
Hence it should he-umidnyed for the cure of
not only'scrofula, but also those other affec
tions whieh frsrn it, su, h as Eat - rows
and SEIN I)D;EA , ES, Sr. isitoNV'S Finn,
RocP., cr . liuvsirEr,ts, PcsvriEs,
131.1rrenus, lit.uss and BOIL , , TnlOlts, TETTLIt
and SALT ItilErm, ScA Lu Hein, RINGWoItM,
Itli EI , MATISM, SYr;III.ITIC and M utterltl.v. DIS
EA.sEs, DySrEPSIA, DLItILITY, and,
indeed, .ALL ConPL'AINTS . AILISINu 1.8 , ,01 VITIA
TED Ott Ttintilts IILOOI3. Vie popular belief
ht , 6 impurity of the blood'' is founded in truth,
for selofula is a deL;•ell:Tation of the blond. The
pin tieular pl.rpo , e virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to and relzenerlde thi ,, vital fluid,
willunct n !:ir•ii wand luzdth i, impo,sible in
Ayer's Cathartic. Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES CF A FAMILY PHYS!O,
are so composed that tii , e:se within the ran of
thor action can rJrely ~tli.t.,mt e‘atle them
Their I - unetru,ine. s•• .:ch. and t:eanse,
and int i2orato et cry porti , ,n of the human or-Ran
eorrectice di,c'ctd aCtioll, and TC,Vlring
its healthy itali (.01,e, i tIc.!we of thee
p r np,. tt ipo, th e who is howed down with
pain or 'physic - al 1-. 1 1..ty is astonishca to find his
hr.d•h•f•r enett , ,torcd remedy at once 50
Not only do tit, r cure the every-dry complairits
of every: bialy, hut a;-o feirnidable and
darzcioni disea-ea. '1 he agent below umied is
plea , ed t furni,h gratis Inv A nwricun Almanac,
cant ainitof et rtnicalcs of their cures and directions
for tin ir ti..e in tit: follov.ing eomphzints
!frcr.'aciet ,ii„Grd, red
Ntram•ch, Neu., -I, tvi Mai 3101 1 :id
'WI, tit , " of (. I ,e I' 4e le y', Lupo Of Appe
.l,:uPrisce. uthrr kindred con-plaints,
ari•irt.; fr,m.a low state of the body or obstruction
of its functions.
Ch srry Pectoral,
Cozens, Cu d , :, %;:enza, Ifoarseness,
Croup, firmichithi., Consmnp.
tiou, and fOr i of Consumptive
Patients in advanced I,tages of the
',side is the fir..n of it , ti , efulness and so mr
mereos are the of curt,, that almost
every section of country al.ounds in r'•:-..0n; pub
licly known. who juLve been restored froto alanning
and even desperate f the lunt:s by its
use. When once tried, its superiority over every
other meth eine of its kind is n,o ai>parent to escape
observation, and vs here its virtues are known, the
public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ
for tine di..tri—,ing and dangerous ottectiot.s of the
or ' tn , that are for hlentto our climate.
to,ny inferior rcinclues thrust upon the
community have foiled and imrn discarded, thi s
has 'tat ed friend, Lc es yr). tri,d, conferred benefits
on' the 4tilictedn-aa hen cr .target, and pro
duced cures too. nomeru.no and tuu remarkable to
Dia. J. C. AYEEZ & C.
S,,FI u 1). W. SPF.N
CER, 1..' , 1cr-Port ; ("I\
A. H. II( n:Tk! : MANN &
V . 1101.S.:1:11:1, , i.:: C.
a w l : I , pl [11.2s
Ogee: I i:as••: 01)cei
IZ. I ( IT U I'.\ CT
II 0! all ye timc luitit ears,let, hjin
N.• , ` I.IIC \VC]:....VDII`, Ibu
rity I.f T. , 1111er!, , , :11,1 the Obi
Regulat«r, where tiiiiiv•two m e n awl ,eren
1.1.1V6 are wirited to work lil . men hours every
day. (Sunday , . exeepo.A., ) and M. that bath no
money conic: Ilring imard, firing a. :Min g >,
hue ! , bring a gemze. bring a (leer, bring
a bide, bring a mink. bring d. pelt, brime your
hotter-I , ring witat'von like, con shall not lie
turnml empty aviity because von have not the
filthy lucre to buy your bread. 'ph xc endeth
the first lesson, CLARK PHILLIPS.
EVERYTHING, bought and sota at the Old
Regulator, except Gas., I 4ts, Scandal and
Blarney.. Soft Soap and ,Suder, at sixpence a
pound, must be had at 59111t7 Brothers, at Some
Brothers, in this toivn.
.20 CLARK C PHILLIPS.
CLARK ,C; PHILLIPS render their thanks
to all the good people ot this Common
wealth for their most liberal !patronage, and
they do tender their speci4/ thanks to their
competitors and any others, .kor their gentle
barking for all. time, concocted falsehood for
all time, envy and jealousy; for no doubt it
was utednt for evil, but has pro Ned our good.
So go ahead. The more the better.
20 CL ARK 1 &. PHILLIPS.
L' LOUR, PORK and Beat*, Horse Feed,
Corn Oats, Shortsimmgh to sup
ply a small nation; at the Oldlßozulator.
20. • CLARK & PHILLIPS.
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Nolo Go!•1 fens
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Gold LocliAlq,lots,• Ilrooche:. E,„
Drop-, ltr,t , t Sty PotttwK
NV;ktch' u t tht. 3ll
~ilttt 'l atol t vrtrit•ty of other .11u.
clrs, carat Inns 3u cents to S 1 00 each.
(1,1 (,I tLI ~ :1 1, - o riptim moneys.
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cilLin ~le 00 OA to hill], muil • or uprrn
Tipire t> noitlitir humbug nor lotte r y a t m
the :flop, ,:tt, to toy ~, i tii.criber of
prize ,if prvier llb
oral then) instead of Or
ing ; 1 litt.g)• yiintnii•g•ion to Atrents, giving to
'ter the ittoitutit 111111 would go to
the Agent e.tse:t a hundred-fold
re - 17—.111 cotomunications ;thclld be ad
DANIEL A Pitusur.n.
271 Cotln: :tree!, lurk
110 ' ,1
B. L. & H. BANIEL'
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j L I . ) 10
From New York,
Fain and IVinte
ASSOR N 7 0?
BOOTS simEs,. itiAT6 & OAP
AL,,, a raid stack of M ' EILASEOUS s.
All of whi,.ll they will sell AS DAV ASC.
IIE ELSEWHERE IS
PRODUCE OF ALL KIDS
TN EXCITANGE-FOR GOODS.
roc which the 111GlIEST PRICE
They can he found nt all times . , (Fatril
and Sunday excepted.) at the Store fence
occupied hr D. BAKER,
ready to wait upon Cusinfriers.
N: B . —We have ethno to the conclusion
is better fur all parties, and we shall; the
lore do business on this system. _
D. L. k M. H. PA I 1
elysses. Nov. 4. 15.718.--IGtf.
THE sult.serilterst take this tricthorl of
formintz their ft-le:ids that theyitre
ecipt.of,:tna are now tipening, n choice
_ - ;'I . :t!'I.E . A.NI) FANCY DRY GOODS ,
tc, which they incite the attentran of n . ll
desire to make purehttse,i. th ir i•tedi . 11
Las boeil SeleCtfAl , great
ti U aft aitzioted to the wants a Ow; iet
of ofir CO untry. Our 4usii of DrY
DIIESS GOODS, TIMBIINGS,1: 111110!
!NI EST I CS,
LINENS, . PRIXTS,
and a Variety of other articles, ton nurret
to mention, We lw° alp . ° a oomplete
all of which will be sold uncommonly 0'
for ready pay, and for approved credit
reasonable terms as Any other e3tab.ll l
rt, Avg. 11, 186.-9:13 ly.
CARRIAGE 3c, WAGON :\IXKEII. An en
P-k IRER , CouderspOrt, Potter Co., Ps-4 1
this method of informing the pub i.
lie in lieneral that he is prepared
to do all work in his line with prinaP
iu a workman-like manner, and upp
most accommodating terms. PayinOt
Repairing inVariahly required on deliq'
thc work. )30.:- All kinds of Plitt
taken on account ef work.
200 Uu. Baca.
1 on uO, pub.
100 On ea c h .
75 NJ, each
Co no, each.
oti ou e 6,
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