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f ■* A Very Bomaatic Affair.
affair in ConcTnnafila noticed by
_ ibeji&mttte, roßning-in-
jtaJßJUpci'a young "inamed .couple '.mutually
reasons, to separate. To
aeoompliffa this end the friends-of both parties
experienced, a great deal of- trouble, as it was
apparent to all.that the'joun'g Couple loved
each other tenderly. A. short'time after the
separation-tho-young’inaD-qniotly left the city,
and during iKtlong years, elapsed
since that-time no one but --family have
heard from him. The young .. v /-showed her
<JiSfttic9 foTiei'formet busbanc/by. remaining
-gjng]" until a few weeks since, when shs was
"'united in the bonds of wediock-to a well known
gentleman doing business in this city. One
<Jav last week No T returned toCinoinnati, and
.'qaiefly took lodgings in a private bouse, w.here
there were no other boarders, save a newly
manned conple. The landlady of the house,
mSlTihg to to her new
boarder, invited him into the parlqy, for the
purpose of introducing him to her two guests,
who were there awaiting dinner. She approach
ed them, at the same time saying, “ Mr. ——•,
allow me to introdnce—■” .Hero it ended, and
« scene ensued which it would be difficult to
portray. On turning round, tbe lady' gave
one. shriek and fell to the floor. The landlady
and husband No. 2 for a moment could not un
derstand the situation in which they were
placed, bnt it is sufficient to aay that 'the bus
band and wife, who many years before 1 had
been separated, were again together. 'A. few
momenta only were required to explain,-thfe
matter, and to convince hueband.No. 2 that his
fascinating young bride was a grass widow.-j-
He threatened to leave her, and she rather en|-
oonraged him in hie threat. He did ad,- and
they who were onee separated are again united,
more devotedly than ever—and -so ended what
may truly be called a romance in real life. -
Paper Board,, Pipes, Cons, and Armoury
Wl learn from the daily papers, says' an En
glish journal, that Colonel Szerelmey haring
made it the study of hie life tp discover the
composition of the zopiasa of the ancient
Greeks, he has now found that, by meaus of
this gum, paper can be rendered bard and dur
able. Zppissa paper boards can be produced
of any mngth and thickness, and. capable of
being cut to any shape, like wood, with a com
mon, saw. These .boards are fifty per. cent,
cheaper than'oak, are Impervious "tofinaeots,
and perfectly water-proof. Their-stfengtb may
be gathered from the fact that they, .will resist a
pressure of two hundred and fifty- pounds.; to
the square inch, or even moye-. if required.-r
These boards are said to be ’suitable for'"ship
building, the construction of. portable bouses,
' roofing, flooring, coach-panels,- boxes, piano
and packing-cases, &o. Paper pipes for water,
gas, liquid-manure, &c., are produced from thp
same substance as tfae boards, and have the
same properties. Rockettubea, cartridge oases;
large guns, and even houses may, we are told,
: be manufactured of this paper 1 . - It can- be
easily moulded to any form .desired, and- is
capable of being used in . mass, without
waste, like fusible metal. entirely frefe
from moisture ; and, while any ordinary paper
; would corrode iron, this can be made to adhere
- to, and form a covering Impervious tjjfwatef
over it. These valuable qualities naturally re.-
commend the zopissa paper use as a cover
ing for boilers, steam tubs, funnels, &o.—
. Among other jases to which i has been suggest
ed, that Colonel Szerelmey’s - invention might
- be torned, is that of baokin/ the iron-plates in
which men of war are now t ceased, instead of
teak or oak. The'kopissa pdper is said to have
a power of resisting shot’ten times greater
than oak; and it is an important consideration
that it is not liable to splinter like wood;—•
TRe believe the government baa- already direct:
ed some experiments to be-mada on-the eubjecti
. It u even said that by the oee-of this zopissa
paper alone, of all the, materials at present
known, can a perfect electric cable be form
' , Bright haa a great faculty for getting things
i. cheap. The -other day he hada beautiful' set
; of teeth inserted for next to nothing. He kicked
ft dOg. - ; . j
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.—The School, Direct
•era of Charleston District, will' tneee at- the
Young School House, (on the State-Rood,-) on '£ bore
da;, the 16th da; of -November next, at one o'clock
- -f. M-i to hire teachers for the coming Winter Schools.'
Teachers pitase remember certificate and £ cent rev-'
«atn stamp, prerequisites to a contract.
By order of the President,
J. L; KINGSBURY, Sec..'
Charleston, Not. 1.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.-rln
order of the Orphan's Court of Tioga county,
heerlag dote the 9th day of September, 1866,.the
following described real estate, late the property of
Barrisoa Mack, dec'd, will be offered at publfc gale
do the premises, on the 20th of KprOmber next at~l
o’clocklp. 2£,, to wit
jL Tot t>f land situated in . Westfield; t owjSsbip^ i>o
- at the north east corner thereof and the sooth
•ait corner of a lot of land cf the estate of John
Watkins, dec’d; thence eouth.6l 8,-10 tods to,a post;
thence jrest 40 rods along lands of Page Sprague to
> post f thence tenth 55 4-1 Ojeda to the publiopigh
. *»y t thence along the highwaj south 60 ’ degrees
’ .west 68' rodsthenco west along lands, of Sack
! Brothers.2l g-10 rods to a post;'.thence north along
' landsof’the estate of George W.-Mack,
' rods to a'poatj thence west along same 14 8-10 rods
to r »T>ost ;' thenoe north • along land of dames Green
61 8-10 rods to a post the, .north west corner of the
lot hereby -describe dthence- cast along kmdalof Jns.
Green and lands of, said John IVotkine/deo’d, 184
810-rods jto the of - bo£*,nning— .containing
and 6 r lo acres more~or les L
lot of land situated in Westfield
township, described as follows, turritbounded on
themorth by JAnd_-c£ .James GxftenA’.oiL tfaa east by
land of George W. Mack's estate, on • the south by
land of John M. Harper, and on the west by land of
said John M. Harper and. Sutler Pride—containing
about seventy-four and 3-10 acres.. , - .1. „
Terms—'One-half cash upon sale and the other half
in oaoyearthere&fter'irith interest.- — ,
( DANIEL S. SHOVE,-,-
Adm'r of Harrison Mack, deo’d.
ypiOGA CO. COURT PROCLAMATION.—
■ Whereat; the Hon, -Robert Q, White, President
Judge for the 4th Judicial District of Pennsylvania,
and Eoyal -Wheeler and Victor <3aso, Eqg.'s, Asso
ciate Judges in Tioga counts hare issued their pre
cept, bearing date the 10th day of'October 1865, and
to me directed, lor the holding pf Qrphan'prOgjirt,
Court of Common Pleas, General Quarter Sessions
and Oyen.and.Terzniher,a.t<WeUshoro, for the County
of the 4th Monday of November, (being the
2Tth day,) 1865, and to continue two weeks.'
Notice ia therefore -hereby the Coroner,
Justices of the Peace', and Constables in and for the
county of Tioga, to appear in their own properjier
•ons, with their records, inquisitions, eaimWatipnsand
remembrances, to do those things wbiEtdTthfiiCoffi
cee and in their behalf appertain to btr done,, and all
witnesses and other persons prosecuting in : behalf of
the Commonwealth againstnny person or persons, are
required to be then and there attending, and not to
departat the imperil.- • Jurcrg-graaequqsted'to'btrpupu-
Jtaalln their attendance at the Appointed time! agree*
ably to notice, . . . • ■
-Oivea-nader my hand And-t pai at-thwebcriffr-Offlee.
Welltboro, the 10th day of October in thriiar
£V,l«rd<nm thousand eighthundredahd Blxtv
ftwt * I LPBVY TABOR Sheriff/
Goods have julvancqd largely sitter the middle
August, and all stocks purchased before that time can
be syid - **'
f -. AT" THE
FEOFEE’S STORE, Im Corning t
We now have on band an unusually
FILL IND WINTER GOODS,
adapted to the best trade of this place" and vicinity,
and shell he constantly, refle.iv.ing * snob additions to
our stock as the variednumerous cus
totners shall demand. ~
Our stock consists In part of our usual variety of
\ : r Domestic .gqods, ..
a larger stock tif Moarning and other Dress Goode
than ever before, aino'ng which are; a large Uno of
: ERBN CH MERIKLQS;
IN GOOD COLORS,- , ■ ...
AT 91.00 PER YARD.
A good stock of
CLOTHS % CASSIMBMS,
to be sold by the yardor made up to order. •
BEAVERS, DoIjiSLINS, & SACKINGS, ;
for Ladies' Cloaks and ornaments to trim‘thorn.
FLANNELS OT EVERY VARIETY,-
RED, BLDE, GRfiX. YELLOW, WHITE,
PLAIN & TWILLED, OPERA' rFLAN
-1 NELS, SHIRTING FLANNiIIS.
SHAWLS; for Gents* Ladies, Misses and -Children
Balmoral and Hoop Skiffs,
HOSIERY AND OLO|EB,
of every variety, among_whieh are
ALEXANDER’S KIDS, BOCK. MITTS, and
; r i GLOVES,V
BOOTS, SHOES, A RUBBERS,
Among wbioh-aie the'Arctio Rubber, & tfejtTaod very
nice article*- 5
DRY GOODS Ac
Our facilities for BUYING GJ)ODS are UJ£SUB
PASSED by any in this we wish it un
derstood that 1 * --
We do noiintend io pv UNDERSOL&Sy any ,
l~~\ (?:■ ■ - -i-j
quality of Goods considered, whatever qtfittrs may
gay about it,'and in proof of this we ask aix JSXAMI
NATION ofour GOODS and". PRICES, promising
ourselves not gee angry for showing Goods when
no purchase is model/.We shall give our*Jstistomers
the FULL BENEFIT OF ANY DECLINE in the
Market should there be any, and should ‘ Goods ad
vance wo shall be compelled to,follow. "We shall
continue the”system of / • ]
One Price- and Ready Pay,
which is steadily growing in favor.
We tender onr thanks to the eilUens of Tioga Co.,
who have patronized us and wotiftl respectfully invite
those who have neves dohe so to call and see uf,
Store opposite the Diclpnson Hogfe on Market Street,
three doors west of the corner, ami two
SUITS A WAITE,
Cprning, N. Y., Oat 4, 1866.
J.TCH! nCHU; ITCHIU, ! r ;,
1 - Scratch! Scratch! : ' Scratch !
~ - WiUCnro the Itch in 48 Boars
Also cures ULCERS, CHIL
BLAINS, and all Eruptions of the Skin. ',Price 50
cents. For gale by all Druggists. *
By sending €0 cents to "WEEKS X POTTER, Sole
Aggb*K r 170 Washington street, Boston, it will
be forwardedby maU, free of postage, to any part of
the. United States. 180ct65^6na.
REPLICATION IN DIVORCE.—
To EUtahtth Beddot »: Yon are hereby notified
that David 0. BeddoeeJ-your husband, basjgppiled to
tbe.Conytof Common* Pleas of Tioga County fora
divorce from, the bonds of matrimony, and that the
said Coart hara fixed upon Monday the 27tb day of
November next at 2 o'clock P. M., at Wellsboro’, for
hearing the said Davfd' Q'Beddoes in the premises*,
at which time and place yon cad attend if yon. think
proper. LEROY TABOR, Sheriff.
TIOGA MARBL.E WORKS.
CAIgtHW & CONKLIN, (lot. Ools cud CalkJu)
ME. €OIIXIIIS haring had large experience
in aome of. tho.beac Jlarble Shopa. in the
country in the artistic .part of this business the pro*
prietora are now'prepared tb execute order* for TOMB
STONES, drat] Muds, and MOVEMENTS of either
RUTLAND OE : ITALIAN 1 MARBLi),
is the most workmanlike manner, and with dispatch.
They will keep the best quality,of -Marble,of both
kinds named, constantly on hand.'
Stones discolored with rust and diet cleansed and
made to look as good ns new.
Mr. Harvey Adams, of Charleston, is our autho
tired Agent, and all contracts made with him will bo
valid. Customers can contract for work with him at
Tioga, Sept 13, 1866-ly. •
gTOVES! STOVES I! STOVES! 1!
D. €. LAMPHAS Jk CO.,
respectfully inform the poblio that they have re*
' / NEW STORE dh TIN SBOF,.
to the building lately occupied by D.P. Roberts, and,
will keep on hand and furnish to order,' >
TIN, COPPER,, & SHEET-IKON WARE,
COOKING STOVES. PARLOR- STOVES,
; THE EXTENSION-TOP, & ?HE
.. s.ii AMERICAN & NATIONAL
, ' , COOK STOVE: i
We shall deal on the Cash System, and will not be
undersold. Our motto iS"**gmaP profits and quick
- v jvti lk^icxNs J
kept constantly on hand. ; ~ t
D. C. LAMPMAN A CO.
Wellsboro, Sept «, 1865-tf.-- -
EOS THE LADIES.—BABBITT'S CELEBHA
TBD SOAP POWDER.-or washing made easy
and stains removed from Table Linon, Napkins, Ac.
For sale at Boy’s'Drug Store.- t
A' DMINISTBATBIX’S NOTlCE.—Letters of ad
ministration having been granted to the under
signed on tho eatato of Abram Palmer, late of Hid
dlobnry, doo’d. notice is hereby given to - those .In
debted to make immediate payment and those having
•eleims to pretest, them properly enthontioatodT for
■eQUMUnUAJ v NANCY ANN PALMER, Adm’z.
Mlddlebury, Oet IS, 1884-6 1»
LARGELY BELOW PRESENT PRICES,
if .the owners wish to* X' inter* d ter do, so and am now
tailing - ’ I " » ' ,r. £
..LAROE AMQUNTS OF OOODS
AT LESS TEAS PBEBEHT
york Wholesale rates.
X'T»yi lendeavor to convince any one of that
. / - . i » . ,
e-, WHO. WILL HIVE ME A CALL.
Oor 8(ook i«[ larger in amount, and
.... ►'!■, X .c. j. . ;
then ever before., I have made mj arranganiants fpr
ala^gßtred»i»i)*.l ftt '
1 BIG STOCK OF GOODS, !
At very Low Prices,
WILL. BRING IT,
I WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED, j
As samples, read the following
LIST OF BARGAINS:
All 'Wool Bed Flannels, 8s to 4a and 6d.
“ sod Onion Qrey Flannels, 3a and 6d to ss.
“ . Sheep’* Grey .Cloths, 9s.
“ . C&ssimefes, Es. heavy, 14s.
Kentucky'Jeans, 8s and Bd.
French Merinoes, high colors, yard wide, 9s.
All Wool DeLaines, 4s.
Ex. heavy high ool’d Balmorals, $8 76
English Prints, warranted fast colors, 2s and dd -
Best DeLaines, SScjs.
Yard-wide Fine Paramettas, ss.
Richardson’s Custom made Kip Boots, 1 D 8 Top
Sole and 3 Sblhat very low prices. 1 ?
Custom made Calf Boots, Womens, ■ " S* 00.
My entire Stock will average as (low -as thla list,
and I do ne|- pul thu out as pleads with no goods.to
back if/but cdtiUtl all collator a I'easonable length
of time. : 5 •- ' - ■.:> r -
- HOOPSZIRTS- ■
Oar S.tock is very-jarge, bought in the Summer
and ‘ * J "
-.' - / - ,
MARKED AT VESYZOW PRICES.
C A R P E T S'.
In this Stock I-have done a much larger trade
THAN I ANTICIPATED,
and I intend iV "*
1! ix Bafgalns
srillbavyitend increase Is, ,X
TO HAVE THEN. '
a - "j
J bave s good-Stock-loft at
■ J ■• .
ETN A LLY,
I Invito all persons In need of Qobdir to
: C ACL ON - Dfl,
>'i ’• s
If I eanfeot anit you. in
' _v : ~
QUALITIES, jSTYLES, pif D^tCES,
it (bail be coqaidered my fault, -Fill be no
v s " *4s^4P*p**f ''
So. S, Coucert Block.
Corning,N. V* Stpt.prpWß. ~ V '
HE ID QUARTERS OF THE IRON BRIGADE,
AUGUST Ist, 1885.
Special Notice i> hereby given to Returned Sol
diers, returned akedaddlert, those liable to draft and
to exempts, that tfie War is now ended and so shenld
HIGH PRICES END.
All will take notice that we are prepared to serve
those wanting any thing in onr line on short notice
We would call attention to a few of the articles of
THU PEOPLE'S PBIEND COOX STOVE
is still in great faver with those desiring an -
ELEVATED OVEN COOK STOVE.
Our PARLOR, BOX, * COAL STOVES
deserve attention before purchasing elsewhere.
Our IRON WOOD BEAM PLOWS
are os good as any if not better.
WVwpald call particular attention to our- “
ha we are confident thatthe'y cannot'bhexcelled.'
MACHINERY . . ;.
made end repaired on short uotice. j -
We intend to. kbep. up.with,the improvements of
.thetimes. ■ •
Try ns and be convinced. ;
TJBSm CASH. ON DE^IYERfX.
■X. P. BILES.
- KndxvUJe/ Angnst 2,;1865.' - - • '
MILLINERY GIOODSI ; 1
.Miss PAtiLIKE SMITH:
in now receiving fresh from New York, a choice lot
Winter Goods, comprising- latest styles of Hots,
French Flowers, Ribbons, and Plumes, which will be
sold for cash very cheap;
•Wellsboro, Oct, 4; 1865-3 m. - •
Concentrated lye, for sale at - -
. “ ROY’S DRUG STORE
AN Assortment of TABLE GLASSWARE will
be fonnd at ROY'S DRUG STORE. ;
TJUTTY.-A WINDOW GLASS at 'i.
JT ROT’S DRUG STORE,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
S V i-i-V
11 - r. -
:ze 1 Rob f, Sadi:, &
The undersigned having formed a co-partnership'
under the name and title of
I. LOGHRY A CO.,
can be fouud at thk old stand, corner of Main and
Mil) Streets, where they will keep constantly on band
a general assortment of
EpOTS. SHOKS, MATHER & FINDINGS,
U 'j iJ «i U'j ■ - 5 . • I
of the best quality, which they will sell so cheap
fur Cash, as to make it an object for dealers to boy
Our Stock consists in part of
_ wk tFjf Hi * * \
of oar awn manufacture. Also,
LADIES’ GAITERS, BALMORAL, KID. &
CALF, A MISSES SHOES.
-i i>:::7ITjJK is.-.
French end Oak Stock constantly os band for foies
Cash paid at all times for HIDES, PELTS, and
‘ TESIfS —jCM SH ON DELIVER T.
'IZ " J tI.JLOOHBT, Ji
J. RICHARDSON, Elmira, N. T.
Knoxville, August 3, 1886-tf.
SOLDIERS’ PAY BOUNTY AND PENSION
KNOXVILI& TIOGA VQVETY PENJNA,
The undesigned having been specially licensed by
the United States Government to procure the
Back Pay* BotJNtr, aki> Pensions,
of deceased and. disabled soldiers, gives notice to all
interested, that be bag madearrangementa with par
ties in Washington, by which he is able to procure
Back pay, Bounty and Pensions, in a very short time,
and that he will glye particular attentions to all such
claims that may bej brought to him. Being provided.,
with ail the requisite Poms, Blanks, Ac., Ac., he has;
iupericrfldvauugefin.this branch of business. Sol-lj
diers entitled to pensions, will find it to their advan
tage to apply to the undersigned at Knoxville, as the
examining surgeon for Tioga Coubty.resides there.
Also, Judge Case, before whom aU.applications for
pensions may be made.
1. the 4Sih of April, '6l, in
any kind of service, Naval or Military, who are dis
abled by disease or wounds, are. entitled to Pensions.
All soldiers twtryears or during the
war, should it sooner close, will bo entitled to full
Bounty, Also soldiers who have been wounded in
battle, whether having' served two years or not, are
entitled to lull Bounty. 1
2. Whpup SojcUef baa cause, in the
United States service, since April lb, 1861, leaving a
widow, she is entitled to all pay due him; also to
from 476 Uj £4OO ThoJjQUjptjr varies ao*
cording to the act or orders under which Che soldier
enlisted, She is also entitled to a pension.
3, If the soldier left no-widow,'his children are en
titled to the pay and bounty and the pension until
they are sixteen years of age.
4. If the soldier Jeft-j|> widow, legitimate child,
the father is entitled tu : hiapay and bounty, "provided
he lives in the United States and has not abandoned
the support of his family, r. . 1
lf the soldier left no widow, legitimate child,
nor father, or if the father has abandoned the sup
port of the family, or if he resides out of the United
States, the mother, if she resides in the United States,
Jis entitled to the pay and bounty, and if poor and de
pendent, iff whole or in part, on her son for support,
she is also entitled to.a pension'. Mothers whose
bqifrandg nr former husbands reside out of the Uni
ted-fitates OT have abandoned the-support of their
families, should write to the undesigned at once, or
the father, may get the bounty without the facts being
6. All soldiers who have lost an arm and one leg,
are-entitled to Twenty dollars pertnontb. Prisoners
of war are entitled to Threa Months extra pay. He
is also prepared'to settle Officers’, Quartermaster,
OrShance,.aud Commissary accounts, and procure
Cert&oatee.df Non-indebtedness, In the shortest pos
sible time.' Also Artificial Limbs for such as have
lost them in service. ' <
Terms, moderate. -
I will be at my office on Monday and Saturday ol
each weeki-to attend to this business. .
Jfply 2«?IS6S-ly. WM. B.'SMITH.
RiFKBBSCES: Wellsboro, J. FI Donaldson, Sher
iff 'STowell. Additon, N. t;, W. R. Smith;; Wash-
Ington, D.Q.iTucker A .Lloyd. Knoxville, V. Case
TO THE fU^LTC.
I AM nowTrep&red tb.maQdfactosa, at tpyastabliih
ment In geerfi«ld, j- V A " J
plSin and sanUv fbannuls,
• Also, La3ies’
I BALmO&AtI SK!R%&
*’ ‘ •' < *
to order, eftber by tbe piece or qokbtity, to auit cus
tomers. ' i JOBBPBINGHAM.
THE undersigned shaving purchased.the well
known Woolen Fjiijtory.of Messrs, fe, A B. 8-
Bowen on the CoWanesqne Blver.two miles east of
Knoxville, takes this method of Informing the inhabi-.
tants of Tioga and- adjoining- counties that he will
manufacture wool by the yard or on shore* tp snit
customers, into ' _ r .„-
DOE-SKiNS* ■ -
J ; FULL-CLOTHS, of all kinds,
Tbe machinery has been thoroughly repaired and
new machinery added-thereto, also: an improved new
wheel which will enable him to work the entire sea
son. He will pay-jbartichiar attention to'
801 l CUt>U* Dressing,
which will Be done in the neatest possible manner,
having added one new Roll Machine, will enable him
to dispatch and accommodate, people 'from a distance.
He would farther say that he-has carried on the busi
ness in manufacturing wool lor farmers in. Bradford
and adjoining counties for the pasttweuty-jSfears; be
therefore can warrant all-wotb and satisfy his custo
mers, using’nothing in manufacturing bn.t genuine
wool. JOSEPH INGHAM.
Deerfield, May 5, 1868-ly. --
TOSOLDIERS AND THEIR FRIENDS
undersigned basing bad considerable expo*
procuring, tension Bcmntieejpad Back
payof Soldiery will attend to all bnsineaaln that lisa
entrusted tb'liia care with promptness
AtiL SOLDIEES discharged by MasoiTdf wound*
are etjiuieOo the 5100 bounty. ' -<
PetHrionac:£ountiea, and arrears of
by the nndertfgned. •
Persona wishing to conferwith me wiltplaiae cell
or address ine by letter ar Sylvania^Bradford county.
Pa.,'ichargjei reasonable. - GEO. P. MONRO.
Refers bypormisflion to t-U
H.'B. Card, County Treasutir, Pa.
D. F. Pomeroy,sroy, Pa.
A.D. SjjSsHng,ißhetiff, To*pnda, Pa. [April 1.
’ Jk CARD TO INVALIDS.
A. Clergyman, while residing- in South America as
a missionary discovereda safe and-- simple remedy
for the Cure: of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay,
Diseases of tho Urinary” and Seminal Organs, and
the -whole tpein of disorders brought, on by baneful
and.vicions'’bablts. Great numbers have been al
ready cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to benefit the afilicted and unfortunate, I will
send the recipe for preparing and using this medicine,
in a sealed’envelopee, to any one who needs it, Free
.of Charge. .. . . _
Please inclose a post-paid envelope. addressed to
yourself. Address, JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station
D, Bible House, New York City. '
l, 1865-Iy. ' *, . „ , ■
The mason ahamlin cabinet organs’
forty different styles,'adapted to-saored -and see
nlar music, for $BO to $6OO each. Thirty-Five Gold
or Silver Medalt, or other first premiums awarded,
them, niostrated Catalogues' sent free.' AdHress,
MASON A HAMLIN, Boston,l)rMASON BROTH
ERS, New York, [Sept. 13,18«S-ly.]
EXTRACT BDOHD.— ,
y HECOTBOCD’S SVCHV.
- lIELHBOLD’!! BIiCHII.
THE ONLYKNOWN REMEDY FOR ,
IRRITATION' OF" THE""NECK OF THE
bladder; INFLAMMATION OF THE |
/ L KIDNEYS;'CATARRH : OF THE
v. i. ’ ... ■*#’ 1
■ BLADDER, STRANpDRY OR
i * e.
For these diseases it is truly a soveraigD. remedy,-
and too tnuch cannot be said in its praise, A single
dose hasbeen known to 1 relieve the most argent,
I '' ( _
Are yon troubled with that distressing pain !n tfie
small of the hack .and thiongb the hips? A tea*
spoonful fe-day of Helmbold’a fiuehn will relieve jvJi,
PHTSXCIAN9 ATO OTfIEBI*
1 make no bw#et <&*'thgredfcnts.- Hetmbold’s Ex
tract Bnebu is composed of Buebu, Cnbebs, and Ju
niper Retries,' selected with -great care, prepared In
vac«o and recording to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
These Ingredients are known as the most valuable
It that which acts upon the kidneys,
HELHBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHIJ
la pleasant in, taste and.udei, free from all luxurious
properties, end.immediate in iti aatton. .
FOR THE-SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory of
tha U. 8., of which tho 'following is a correct copy:,
“ Bcchd, —Its odor is stron'g,'diffusive, and’some
' what aromatic, its. taste bitterish, and analogous to
that or mint.' * TI is'given chiefly in complaints of the
Urinary Organs, shch as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of
the bladder, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and.
Urethra, Diseases of the Prostrate, and Retention or.
the Incontinence'of Urine, from a loss of tone in the
parts concerned in its evacuation. It has also been
recommended in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism,
Cutaneona Affections, and Dropsy.”
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on the Practice
of Physio. .
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Physic, of
Philadelphia. ‘ '
See any and nil Standard Works on Medicine.
Ilf TOE WORLD.
lam acquainted with H. T. Helmbold;
the drug store opposite mj residence, and was suc
cessful in conducting tbe business- where others bed
not been equally so before him. I have keen favora
bly impressed with bis character ancTenterpnae.
r , j
(Firm of Powers .fc.WeigbtmWb)
- Ninth an 4 Brown Streets* Philadelphia.
[FVorn the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, Matrk 10.]
We are gratified to hear of the continued success,
in New' Yorky'of'bur‘ townsmanVMr. H. T» B4lm
bold, Druggist. -Hi* store, next to tbe Metropolitan
Hotel, is 28 feet front, 230 feet deep, end five stories
in height. It Is certainly a grand establishment, aid
speak* favorably of ;tbe merit of his He re
tains fall Office and Labratory in this city, which are
also model establishments of their dais. ?
The proprietor has been induced to muk*.phi3
statement from the fact thet bis remedies, although
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from using
any thing pertaining ito Quackery, or tbe Patent
Medicine order—most of wbiob are prepared by self
styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to read a phy
sician's simplest prescription, much less competent to
prepare pharmaceutical preparations.
these parties resort
to various means of effecting sales, such as copying
parts of advertisements of popular remedies,, and
finishing with certificates.
Tbe Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE, PURE,
and MAJESTIC, —having Fact for 'its Basis, Indui-.
tfon for its Pillar, Truth tidnifer its Capitol.
A WORD OF CAHTIttSf
Health is most important; and tbe afflicted should
not use aa advertised medicine, or any remedy, unless
its contents or ingredients are Known to others be
sides tbe manufacturer, or until'they are satisfied of
tbe qualifications of the party so offering.
‘' * : '' s ' -A *r --
FLUID EXTRACT: SARSAPARILLA,
AND IMPROVED -ROSE WASH,
Established upwards ef 16 -years. - ;,i
- 1 • 'B' OLD.
Principal Depbi^ 3J
HELMBOLD’S DRUQ AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 BToadway, New York;
Andl'pEUpOLD'S jppJ9AI };> Dg>OT,
104 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa..
SOLII -tffc MX DRUOOUTB.
October 11, 186W7.
A OIVIIETIC i
j_ . . ; FROM THIS DATE, *
FOR HKADY PAYOSIYi
Leather, Findings, be.
CASH RAID FOR HIDES, PELTS. d Eer
-SKIiIS_AIiD_EDES. ’ ’
JJR FRANHLIN’ SAYSr ~
“ Wb«a you bare anythin!} M adv„i ile
public of H-iir-plaiß, simple language." *
lam manafacturinggCod.custetti mad, k on , ,
R fiAP Y - “Ar. Such work cannot bo sold at'., i”
tatea;per pair as.esstern mads aldp-woVt bnlli *
and will be aold at prices'whica'wili'enaWe tbklf* 11
chaser to protect histectwith good substantial k ’
more cheaply than with a- poor aiop-ahon 1,,, o ”,'*
witiph, even, if it chaoses not to-fall in pieces .ItK .k
weeks service, is .but a doubtful ’protection i
wet and cold weather,_ Try me, ' “ on la
.. Buck and. Doeskins Wanted,.-!
in the red and abort blue, for which I w}U pa , ,
and a good-price,— . - . r * c **“
Beef-Bidea and Calfskin. Wanted'
or'which X will alao pay oaah. ’
Sheep Pelts Wanted,
for which I will also pay cash and the highcji m.r
ket price. * ' ..? ar *
- An assortment of sole.npper,calfskins and lining
pegs, thread, nails, awls, knives, ahoe-hummea Ac
Ac., kept constantly on hand, which X will aelj 'ehean
for cash. Shop on Mam Street between Wilcox’s and
Bullard s. G. W. SEARS.
IT, B. X’can't give credit, because, to be nlain
haven’t got it to give. * - - 1 ’
Wellsboro, Sept. 9,1863.
iE. H. T. ASTHOSV & CO.,
Manufacturer* of Photographic Materials,
■' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
la addition to oar main businpsa. of fbutagtsphic
Materials, ae are Headquarters for the following, vit
. Stereoscopes Views,
Of these »s bar*' an Immense assortment, Including
Was Boases, American and. For sign Cities and Land
shapes, Groups, Statuary, do., 4c, A iso, Revolting
Stereoscopes, for public or private exhibition. Out
Catalogue will be sent to. out address on receipt
Stamp. f ' '
‘ We were the first iwintrodnee lhaaeiato the Baited
States, and we manufaotara immense quantities to
great rariety, ranging ia pripeftom 50 coats to tin
each., hare, the reputation of being
superior in Seahty and durability to any ethers. They
will be sent by mail, fbue, «o receipt of price.
ffiW* Fine Albums made tb order.
■‘Oar Catalogue how embraces over Five Thousand
different snbjectrfto which additions are oontinnaliy
being made) of Portraits of 'EnJInOEI Amorioans, 4e.,
n vi*: about •:
108 Major-Generals, . 550 Statesmen,
200 Brig.-Generals, 150 Divines,
275 Colonels, 125 Authors,
100 Lieat-Colonels, 40 Artists,
250 Other Officers, 125 Stage,
75 Navy-Officers, ' 50 Prominent Women,
f 150 Prominent Foreign. Portraits.
13,000 COPIES OF WORKS OF ABT,
including reproductions of the most celebrated En
gravings, Paintings, Statues, Ac. Catalogues seat on
receipt of Stamp. An order for One Dozen PIC
TURES from our Catalogue will be filled on there
ceipt of *l.BO, and sept by mail, mu.
‘ Photographers and others ordering' goods C. 0. D.
will please remit twenty-five per oesti of the await
With their order. . ...
E. 4 H. T. ANTHON7 4 CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
601 Broadway, New York.
j3ST The prices and quality of our goods caaaol
<*ii to satitfy. ' [Nov, 16,15M-ly.J
PRINCE’S METALLIC PAINT,
THADDEUS DAVIDS’ INKS,
CONCENTRATED MEDICINES. |
CINCINNATI WINES & BRANDY,
KEROSENE LASIPS," '
PATENT. MEDICINES, ..
. . STATIONERY, - . -
, " ! ' PAINTS AND OILS,
I PETROLEUM Oil,
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
■ . . ROCHESTER PERFUMERY
* FLAVORING EXTRACTS
WALL PAPER, f
Enrnithed at Wholesale Pilcat by > .
W. D, TERBELE,
Jan. IS, 1866-tf. Corning, N. T,
G. N. DARTT,
WOULD say to the public that be is permanently
located in "Wellaboro, (Office at hla J residence,
near the Land Office and Episcopal Church) where be
wUI continue to du all kinds of werk confided to his
care, guaranteeing complete satisfaction where the
skill of the Dentist can avail in the management of
cates peculiar to the culling. He will famish
get on any materia! desired.
FILLING A EXTRACTING TEETH,
attended to on tbortost notice, and done in tb< tail
and must approved tty le.
TEETH fcXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
by the the use of Anmatbetloa which are perfectly
harmless and will be administered in every case when
Welltboro, Sept. 6, 1865-ly.’
' New Flour and Provision Store.
€' HAS. 4 H. VANV AIZENBERG wishes to to
form th* citizens gf WelUboro and the surround*
tag conn try drat they bare'recently started a new '
i . flour and provision store,
in the bwHding formerly-known as ** o?gr>bd’s Store,"
where they may be.(oxuuLacail times ready to wait on
all cuatomers who may favor them with a call, and all
’theta the choicest kinds of -
.'MEAL, BUCK WHEAT,' PORK,
Ao., at as reasonable rates as any firm in this place*
; ' CASH paid for all kinds of GRAIN, HIDES.
v «nd FURS. CHAS. &H. TAN VaLKENBEBG.
WeHsbord, Dee. 21, 1864.
THING’S PORTABLE LEMONADE lj the only
preparation of the kind made from tbs frnit.
Ae-an article of economy, purity, and delieionscert,
it cannot be surpassed, and is recommended by physi
cians for invalids and family use. It will keep f° r
years in any climate, while its condensed form te n ‘
.ders it especially convenient for travelers. AH
use lemons are requested to give it a trial. Enter
tainments at home, parties, and picnics should not be
wilfaoat it. For sale by all Druggists and first-clast
Grocers. Manufactured only by
Sept- 6,,1865-ly. No. W 9 Pearl St., Now York
A LARGE STOCK of PERFUMERY and YAS
KEE NOTIONS, for sale by E. R. William*.
N0..3 Union Block, Welisbono, Pa.
KEROBHTE LAMPS at
BOY’S DRUG STORE*