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The kOnna and the NMI
DI 010P*8 61A.CDOttliD.
61.14 the Witaato tlla lalixm. "I Rill blow you eat
In the air
Like a ghost in a olasir:'
Always looking what I am about:
T bate to bo watched; I will blow Tort out."
Via Wind blaw hard, and out went the Moon.
On a beap
Of clouds, to sleep
Down lsy the Wind, and slumbered soon—
Xnttering lox, "I've done for that Moon."
*traded in bed; ebe was there again
On high" •
In the sky;
With her one ghost aye.
It* Moon thane white and alive and plain.
Said the Wind, l Iwilt blow you out again."
n. Wind blew hard and the Moon grew dim.
..With my sledge
• And my wedge
I hav e ocleeoff
It may ?blew right deice k e nd grdim her odgs I
The mature wilt soon be dimmer than dim."
Ea Maw, and he blew, and she thinned to a thread
To brow her to sunlit
Chu good puff more whire the list was bred,
Ahd glimmer, glimmer, glom will go the thread!"
Ile blew a great blast, mid the thread was gone;
In ill air
Was the moonbeam barn;
Moff and harmless the shy stars shone;
e and oertinn the Moon was gone!
The Mad ho took to his revels once more;
Like a merry-mad olowm
He leaped and holloacd, with whfelle and roar.
"What's that!' - The glimmering thread once more
He flew into a rage—he danced and blew;
Ent in vein
Was the pain
Of his bursting brain;
For still the broader the moomecrap grew,
The broader he swelled his big oheeks and blew
9lowly sh• grew--tlll she filled the ifglit,
On her throne,
1011 e sty alone,
• A matchless. wott4qTrul, silvery light,
Radiant and lbrely—the queen of the night.
Etalel the Wind, "What a marvel of power am I I
• With my brs-atb,
Good faith' I
I blew her to death—
first blew her away right out of the sky—
'rhea blew her in; what a strength run II"
Sit the Moon, she knew nothing about the affair
In the sky,
With her one white eye,
Motlordesa, miles above the air,
She had never heard thq great Wind blare.
All visible greatness of mind grows by
contemplating an invisible greater.
Advice is like snow, the softer it falls - the
longer it remains and dwells in'the mind.
It is dangerous dressing for, another world
before the looking-glass of this world.
God promises you all you want and in•
vites you to come and receive it as you
Those days are lost in which we do no
good: those worse than lost in which we do
',lHannah Moro said: "If I wished to pun
ish an enemy I should make him hate some- .
• Perfect virtue is to do unwitneesed what
we should be capable of doing before all the
Be the man never so good, his moral pow
er loses its effect w h en cumbered with of
Sir Thomas . .rotvne said: "Sleep is death's
younger brother, and so like him that I
never dare trust him without my prayers."
The rife of a Christian is an habitual
Cod* of calling upon God. To live with
out prayer is the surest mark of a Christless
One eason that the aTorld is not reform
ed is, b ause everybody would have others
make e beginning, and thinks not of him
Let the simple soul extend unimpeded its
fiery energy . . The immortal heart should
be the leader, but let your eyes look up
Men live half the year by deceit and by
art; by art and deceit men live the other
part. Who gives this bad character of man
A Chinaman, on his examinationfor mem
bership, in response to the question, "How
he fourul Jesus?" answered, "I no find Je
sus-at all; he find me."
He whose wishes respecting the posses
sions of this world are the most reasonable
and bounded, is likely to lead the safest and,
for that reason, the most desirable life.
The frowns of the world are among the
blessings of the Christian. The prosperity
of fools shall destroy them. "Him whom I
kiss." said Judas, "take him.," so when the
World kisseth, it often betrays.
Many an honest, good „man impairs his
usefulness by going out to do battle with
great evils with an equipment entirely un-.
suited either to his own capacity or to the
effect he seeks to accomplish, or both.
The longer poison stays in the stomach;
so much the more dangerous are its .effects.
God prim a young flriend, but punishes an
old enemy. Old sin nerd are like old serpents,
the fullest of poison. _
Many a man's days deceive him, they pass
away like a shadow by moonshine, which
appears longest when the moon is lowest.
You may not have half a day to live, when
you think that you have not lived out half
God looks most when he looks least. 'My
son, give me thine heart. We cannot trust
God with too much, or ourselves with too
little. The first is our merciful keeper, the
last is our. barbarouS traitor. Here you have
the dignity with which a believer is invest
ed, and the duty to which he is Invited.
It Is '56 safe to trust Jesus. When we
have no power to save ourselves, to let him
save us: When we have no strength with
which tb labor efficiently, to let him work
through.us. It is Jesus working in us—Je
sus working for us--Jesus working through
us, and all we have to do is to let him work.
Woe to those parents who strive, for filthy
lucre's %lite, to' prevent their sons from em
bracing a call to preach Jesus to their per
ishin countrymen , or to the heathen, be
cans they see that the life of a true evangel.
ist is life of comparative poverty, and they
had r then he should gain money than save
There is no greater every-day virtue than
cheerfulness. This quality in man among
men is like sunshine to the day, or gentle,
renewing moisture to perched herbs. The
light of a cheerful) face diffuses itself. and
communicates theliappy spirit that inspires
it. The sourest temper must sweeten in the
atmosphere of continuous good humor.
When our sins are before God, we are held
by them; no matter how careless and forget
'l,ll abol4 them we may be. But on repent
znee. tout rest in Christ, they are blotted out
awl remembered no more. Can you say,
with fle;:eitiah, "Th - e3 bait cast all sins
'z , etaind !by back?" Tue. fountain is open.
and healing and cleansing are oilemi now.
tioiv dangerous to defer th9se inonteh tons
reformatttels which the conscience is F . O l
emnly preachinz to the heart. If they ate
neglected. the difficulty, and indisposition'
are increasing every month. The mind is
degree after degree, fr.7ei the
warm and hopeful zone; till at Igo, it will
enter the arctic circle, and becomcxed in
relentless and eternal ice.
Should any man say, "I asked fore bless
ing that - was plainly promised, but did not
obtain it," I should then say, are you equal
ly clear that the obtaining of it would be for
your good; "Yes," say you, "it would mike
me comfortable." Just so; but is it for your
good to be comfortable? "And it would get
me out of my difficulty." But may it nf , t
be for your lasting good to be in the diffi
culty; and may there not be something in
the world a great deal higher for you and
for me than merely to bo comfortable and
to get out of difficulties? "Not as I will, but
as thou wilt." was the prayer of the man
who bad more power in prayer than all of
us put together—" Not as I will, but as thou
- SYe must always put that in.
I bad rather as a forgiven child, with all
the prospects of the fdture opened unto me,
wear the crown purchased by the redeem
ing love of Christ than that which is worn
by the unfalleh angels, because the blessings
of ' a divine atonement, through a divine
incarnation, secured to the soil in harmony
with the conditions of the Gospel, reveal the
character of God in a Way impossible to be
made known to those who have complied
with all the'law demands; and this places
the sinner, penitent and forgiven, op a •plat
form of experience and personal re)htionship
to God, of a nature so peculiar and so extra
ordinary as d to throw all other Mara glittering
never so brightly in the heavenly firmament,
into comparative obscurity, contrasted with
the exceptional brilliancy of that state which
involves the strange anomaly of Justice and
Mercy together, the law sustained and the
20 THE PUBLIC.
I have a large stock of Dry
Goods; Groceries, Boots, ,Shoes,
Ready-Made Ciothing, Hats and
Caps, Yankee Xotions, &c., which
I will sell at cost for the next thir-
I will sell good prints for ten
cents per yard.
I will sell sheetings, yard
wide, for Hs cents.
I will sell all my goods so choir
thay you cannot help buying; ;lea„
if you will call at my. store in floc
OPERA BLOCK. -
L. F. TRUMAN:
Deerfield Woolen Mills
TNGIII,II =OS, Proprietors of the above Mitts
will men al usual to order, to suit customers
are warranted. Particular aitentlon given to
Roll Carding & Cloth Dressing
We manufacture to order, and do all kinds of Roll
Carding and Cloth Dressing, and defy compotition.
We have as good an assortment of "
.Full Cloths,- Cassimeres,
and give more for wool in exchange than any other
establishment. Try them and eatisfy yourselves.
We wholesale and retail at the Cowaneagne mills, 2
miles below Knozville.
Tan. 1, 1672. LY4IIASI )3r.OTHERS.
J. H. Griswold's Water Wheel.
HE. undersigned, are agents for the above Wstek
,Wheel, and can cheerfully recommend itas sups
riot to all others in use. Persons wishing to pur•
chose should see this wheel in operation, before bay
ing other Wheels. Di GRAM 'BROS.
Deerfield, lifay 15, 1872.
Read the following : 1 -
WzarrrEria, Alessz. 24, 1872,
We the undersigned, purchased one of J. H, Orin•
wold's 30 inch Water Wheels using 68 inches of water
to run three run of atone under a 30 foot head; andnre
well pleased with the wheel'. We have ground sixty
bushels per hour with the three run and can average
that amount per hour all day.
E. D. PHILLIPS.
WALKER & LATHROP.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
STOVES, TM-WARE, BELTING,
SAWS, CUTLERY, WATER,
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
umt.xFssEs, SADDLES, Ate
Corwug, N. Y.. Jan 1, 1572
ETOHA.M. A: COLES RESPECT
fuIIy inform -uillfe that they
4, o4iimit m- -4 1...6' have established a
Livery for IM
At their Stable on Pearl St. ,opposite - . wagon
chop. Single or double rigs furnished t.c - • They
alai to keep good horses and wagons, at. • •:•d to
please. Prices reasonable. KETCHAN • . -u.
Aug. 21, Isn.
New sevelry lStoro
ritHE Undersigned would respectfully say to the el t•
a ens of Wellaboro and vicinity, that ho has opened a
in the building recently occupied by 0. L. Willcox
His stock comprises a full assortment of
Clocks, Watches. Jewelry,
Silver and Plated-Ware.
S. D. WAR=ER, one of the best workmen in North
eru Peuusylvania, will attend to the
Repairii of Watches,
. Clocks, 4.c., c.
For the skilful doing of which his seventeen years
practical esperience is sufticient gnarntee.
S. B. WARRENER.
WeWharf), Aug. 23, 1871-tf.
LETTERS of Administration on the estate of Sally
Knight,late of Tioga, Pa., deceased, have been
granted to E. A. Smead. residing in Tioga, Pa., to
whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment, and those having claims or demands
will make known the same without delay.
Tioja, Pa., March 18, 1873-Bw.
Farm, for Sale.
TiVstibsoribeioffers for sale his farm in ISliddle•
ury, consisting of 165 acres; 90 sores .improved.
There is a good dwelling, barns and out houses on the
premises;'also two good orobarda. The property will
besold all together or it mill be 'divided and sold in
two parts, one of 86 the other of 90 acres.
Tsrams:—sl,ooo ttowzi; the bAlenee /IVO anus
paymeate. • A. D. A. BMA
Mldßlebt Mittb. 18# 18f014
E. B. "Zvi7zia
E. B.,Young & Co., ',,,
Booksellers and Stationers,
Yankee Notions, r,
Picture Frames and Glass.
Pictures, all sorts,
Blank Books, all aLres,
Law Books, • -
Belig oes Boots,
andevery article in our ltn of trade
—New York Dailies at One Dollar a ruoiAb.
—£.lmirs Dailies at 75 Cents a month.
—Subscriptions for a week, r .- E mouth, or year.
—Orders for Books not in stock promptly attended to.
—An Express paokage received from :Sew York ev
—We are Agents of the Anchor Line and the Onion
Line of U. S. Mail Ocean Steamers. Passage tickets to
and from any point in Europe at the lowest ratos.
Sight Drafts sold on any Dank in Europe at cur
rent rates of Exchange.
Jan. 24.1972-Iy. E. B. YOUNG & CO.
Ne have Shed the Shanty'
And now have but time to say to our blonde and
Our Elegant New store
Call and you will lcnow bow it Is yonnialvis.
Oat 15, 1872.
Furniture and Undertaking.
latrArE now on exhibition and sale at the old place,
the largest and most complete stock of
FINE AND COMMON FURNITURE
to be found in Northern Pennsylvania, consisting of
FINE PARLOR AND CIUMBER
SOFAS. COUCHES, TETE-A-TETES. •
MARBLE AND WOOD TOP CENTER TABLES,
HAT RACES, FANCY CHAIRS, MIRRORS,
OVAL AND SQUARE FRAMES, BRACK
ETS, PURE No. 1 HAIR MATT/CASS
-0 ES, RUSE A: EXCELSIOR MAT-
aul II full stock of the common goods banally found lu
a first-class establishment. The above goods are large
ly of their own manufacture, and satisfaction is guar
auteect both as to quality and price. may sell the
TV oven, W i re Mattrass
the most, popular spring bed told; alto the Tacker
Spring Bed - that bat been on trial for 17 years and giv
en universal satisfaction. Our
is supplied with all sizes of the Excelsior Casket, a nee
and beautiful style of burial =se, together with other
kinds of foreign and home manufacture, with trim
mings to match. They will make undertaking a spec
iality- In their business, and; any needing their services
will be attended to promptly, and at satisfactory char
ges. Odd pieces of Furniture mule, and Turning
all kinds done with neatness and dispatch.
Jan. 10, 172
Tb wriest IT max OweEarr.—Having concluded that
lam entitled to a little rest after nearly 40 years close
appli*ion to business, I have passed over the furni
ture btaineas to "the Boys" as per above advertise
ment. kridc take this method of asking for them the
same liberal petronagests has been extended to me.—
hip be found at the old place for settlement
Jan. 10.1862. B. T. VAN HORN.
AVERY LARGE STOCK OF BEAVER, BROAD.
CLOTH, CASSIXERE, VESTINGS, AND TP.114.
MING% which I will sell very cheap FOR CASH. In
fact, the best assortment of Goods ever brought to
Wellsboro, of various styles. Please call an 4 look
E. A. MEAD,
Malting Suite, Overcoats, and Repairing done with
dinatch and as cheap as the cheapest.
Grafton Street. .
Jan. 1 1872-1 y
JCI 113 I" IR,,X 1%7M3C MT
of any description executed with accua
cy and care at the
AGITATOR OZNIOE. •
(Successors of Hugh Young & CoA
and Dealers in
mato:wars that we have goon
is tilled full of
at thelowast prim to b. found
T. L. BALDWIIi dr CO
Van Horn & Chandler,
- (Succeesors to B. T. Van Horn)
VAN HORN & CHANDLER
Corning, Foundry Machine; Shop.
V ) Et5 r 31:21. 4 0 CZ' • Col . l. 4 •Ssr .
Mann:hub:mere ofS's.tionsxy and Portable Engines and Boilers. (louring, Shafting and Machinery required
for Saw Willa Orist Mills and Tanneries, Ovens and Orates, for burning Tan. Screws for moving nuleached
and leached I;arli, Ca:stings. Bolts, Itailmvi Frogs, Chairs, and Repaint% 'dont at short notice. We have fa
cilities for shipping by Canal or Bailmods to all points, and can furnish Machinery cheaper than Eazitern or
Western builders of the best quality.
A. Card to the Public.
Goods" forthe Winter Trade with the firm
DOING THE LEADING BUSINESS IN
And propose to offer to o'er customers a stock that cannot be beat in
any respect by any other firm in our line.
So, all we ask, before you make your purohaeee,'is to give na a call, and we will soon oonvinoe you r where
it is policy to leave your money.
W. J. Horton &--, Bro.,
PAINTEWPOST IRON WOR K S,
PORTABLE AND'STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS
PARTICTLAR ATTENTION PAID TO
GANG SAW MILLS, ENGLISH, MULAY & CIRCULAR MILLS
airATER.TTEELS SL7TED TO AL READS OP WATER, TANNERY IROA ,S, BRIDGE , IRONS, C.
tin experience by our air. ifitlL Cerdkins of over twenty
years as a .7Plachinist and Foreman, enables us,
by his personal supervision, to make
strictly first-class Goods.
Feb. 18, 1878.-ly
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of St,.ut.en llf-fel,y given that a special Court of Common
Palmer, late of Sullivan township, Tim: t Plti will be held at the Court Rouse in Wellsboro,
Pa,deceased, haying been granted to th.. ur,d,:re , Ltanfei;cirtg ou Monday the 19th flay of May next,
by the Be ter of Tioga countall ei 80113 N-I,•re Hon. Parris B. Streeter, President Judge of
to the estate are requeetrd to
pay-71,01A, en OW Lith Judicial District, for the trial of all causes
those having claims against said estate will prestnt certified to said court. it. 0. COX,
the same for settlement: NATHAN PALMER, r"b• 25,1873- Prothonotary.
Sullivan, Pa., March 4-6 W Executor.
ETTERS of Administration of tho estate of Pet , ri
N. Dooketader, late of Chbrieston township. Tioga
county, Pa.,deceased , having been granted to the ext-!
dorsigned y the Register of Tioga county, all pers
ons indebted to said estate are requested to 'maks i
payment, and those tiasiNg clams against said eatata
will present the e: e to the undersigned at Emit
March 18, 18
1 4. w.
. h [ ,4
FOR FALL AND Ur RAT ER GOODS,
begs leave to call attention to his New and Extensive Stock of Merchandise, bought since
- the recent
GREAT, DECLIA.T-E_IN PRICES,
whiob enables him to oiler greater bargains than
se stock of ever heretofore offered in this market. An
Ottoman, Thibot, Brodie and Paisley Shawls,
Flannels of all descriptions, Woolen Scarfs, Nuldas, Blankets, etc.
The Dress Goods Department
is complete with latest styles and fabrics, embracing Cashmere D'Ecoosse, Empress Poplins,
Sirge,•Fretich iis.tins, Plaids, Alapaeas, Silks, etc.; also, a fall line of Trfininingn, •
Fringes, Laces, and Ribbons of every variety.
will be found very attractive, as it inoludes insny new and desirable styles of Carpets,
Mattl43, Oil Cloths widths, Table Linens, Napkins, etc.
TU GENT'S DEPARTMENT
contains an immense stook of Men's, Youths' and Boys' •Clothing.
"1-31.A.TS A:NEO CAPS ,
Boots and Shoes at greatly reduced prlces.3
TIIIINKS,ITALISES, ROBES 81.0
all sires and prices.
The hest selected and cheapest stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
The public we respectfully invite to call and examine. No trouble to show goods.
Oct. 59, 1872-tf. THOMAS HARDEN.
WE HAVE LAID IN A STOCK OF
OUR LINE fl THIS SEC I2ION OF COUNTRY,
IP'.A.INTInat) 'PO Srr N. 'Y.
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410RNINO, STEUBEN Mill, N. Y.
ESTABLIEURD IN 1819
Farm for Sale.
A17,41.1%. , ..1;LE farm for sale of 133 acres, situated
In the b ...rn Nelson, Tioga coiinty, Po., con
taining .3•7 2rcs crt ;moll tobacco land, 2 good bearing
orchards of viv•ico fruit, and 40 sores of timber - of all
kinds. The 188.8.131.52. ;: o first-class wheat land, is fencad
in 8 fields, and ha , in every field. There is also
a good large howie 0: II romps, and all necessary out
buildings, a good new barn, gGo4 tenant house and 13
blacksmith shOp. l'he stock and taming tools will
be hold with the place If desired. Vor further parte-
Ware inquire of the undersigned on the premisev.
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It 1 , it, I . orm. of vet tra merit yet invent-pl. with
Ira 1 reeeicous can he carried fooh up acid
pcilc,Eiy,::A. , q;•:(l to ali parts of the after:ter( ro.s.i pas.
eagee, lira eh ;labors or cavities 00111;91111/41:1Ing
Ureter-lin, ii. which Gores and ulcers frequeri tly exist,
uud e mak the catarrhal discharge generally
proceeds. 'no want of success in treating catarrh
beretotore Las anion largely from the impossibility
of applying 2 eine.dieo to these cavities and chambers
by any of the ordinary methods. This obstacle In
the I%,iy of eilecting curie ie entirely over come by
the invention of the Dunelro. In using this instrm
meat, tiro fluid Is carried by its own weight too snuffing,
forcing or pumping. being required,' up one nostril In a
full gentle Ilownig 5t....:0n to th.s highest portion ol
the nasal passages. passes into and tholoUghll
Cleanses all the trees and costa hers connected there
with and 11 ~s s' out n ti.e opposite nostril. Its nue is
pleasant root citoirie that a child could understand
rt. 24 . 21/ eap•rett tHireclfons accompany each
Instrument When used with this instiumeut, Dr.
Sage's Cotar , h liemedy cures recent AVIdUli3 01
Void lit the iieue.."' by . a few appi tenuous.
of Cuter. n. Frequeut 11.91 , 14u:he,
d:tcharg.e faillog into throw, Bonn times Lammas,
wax-tic, InitlCtli, purulent .otlem.ve. &e. In
other e a dry i.eisS,d ry, watery - , weak or inflamed oyes,
stopple .1; up or °heti action of • Unftit pitesita,es, ring.
log in car s, d•tat..r.t,d3. wkintroi d coug , e, ng to clear
throat; ulcerations, scuba-40m ulcers, voice altered,
nasal twang. e Impaired or total de
pivation of sense of smell art taste, dizziness, men
tal depleo,slon bars of indigestion, ontnrged
tonsils, ticilnlm t••: u ec. Only a few of these
symptoms are likely to Lu present in any ease at
Dr. .s.age's Catnrcli ilovatiiy, when need with
Dr., Pturcr,a rtr.a.“ -lbuccctie, and ftc , Jutapanied
with the constitutional ttaiitment which is tccum.
mended in the, painpldot thst wraps ,e.sh of
the Itemeoy, ie n perfect bpcuilis.: fur this loaLhsi.ma
diseaie, and the proprietor , offers, gt - f - ... 1 Lath,
8500 reword for a case he cannot oure. The
Renio,dy Is mild and pions.,ot to eciztaiiaug 11(. ,
strong_ or caustic drugs or puhriu.i. The Cat:..zi
Remedy is sold at 50 cents. iluuLlia at re.) Gums. by
all Drrigy.lAs. ui eitbui will be mall,sl by p‘,prie
for on receipt of 60 cents.
R. V. PIERCE, ?S. -
S.ele Proid & toe,
BUI:TALO, N. Y
June 26, 1872, Rot-ly
W. NATLE, would say to hie friends that
Humus Shop is constantly stocked with
Heavy and Light Harneses,
made in a substantial manner, and offered at prices
that cannot fall to suit.
The beat workmen employed, and none but the ben
Repairing done on short notice,and in the best mrn
ner. Call and see
Jan. 1, 1872-Iy,
-- is•: . in the Sewslry business it
us 1 I g ,
~ '• . Wellsboro, has always for sale,
k ... : 6 'k " : c.
C '' A various kinds and pride■ of
who has long been established
Gold or Silver, Clocks, Jewelry, 0-old Chains,
Keys, Rings, Pins, Pencils, Cases, Gold and
Steel .pens, Thimbles, Spoons, Razors,
/tic., SC., tte.
With nwatlall other articles usually kept in snob es
tabliibinen t)), wrela are sold low for
A S H.
Repatringdoneneatly, and prpmptls,'und on. ehor
.73. n. 1. 1872-ly
field Iron Paints.
hi Fire-Proof Metallic
ESE, OVER TRIRTY YEARS.
Mete are the cheapest good paints in the market.—
They are dul** and adhesive, and the darker shades,
to a great extent, tire-proof. They are put up in tin
cans of froml five (5) to fifty (50) pounds, ground In oil,
and In packages of from five to ten gallons, mixed for
The attention of persons about to paint le respect
fully called r these goods, the base of which is iron
Address JOHN H. PUTNAM & BRO.
Jen. 14,-em. Mansfield, Tioga CO., Pa
OY MO'S & SMITH
RG, Tioga County, Penn'a
SS PAPER NEGOTIATED
b oy, Ps
leb 4, 18
8 AND PLANTS
e I call the sttentiort of the people of TI
ty to u,c spleudid stool; of •
.) us 2.; '0 -v,r: ,- nric4 pLANTs
. ot all Ne.r.vtie3, in their eels
.t -tr.r.vb-rry Plautt%, Apple
011, Poil.a: at;
Trees and Si
'I;EBS BY MAIL PREPAID.'Wtk
,pkio. per 113., 25 cts: Mammoth ruaslan
er Ib.. i i., or 1 oz. 10 cts; Sweat Corn,
I pm: gnurt, cts., Onion Sets per quart,
early or late)
urnl3ll very lice Sugar Maples, grown In
I can also
tha open lie!
duce or orders promptly attended to.
Feb. 25; 1873. tf.
The Eclat Paint in the World.
AnySha4e from Pure White to Jet Black
A. combin firm of the purest paint with India Rub
ber, formin. u setetAlt, utessy,Jlrm, durable, elastic and
beantipa Put it, uutollected b. change of temperature;
is perfectly uter-proof , uud adapted to all classes of
work, and is to every war R better paint for either in
side or maid Je painting thuu any nther paint in the
woi Id, being, froth one-third to one-fourtb cheaper, and
lasting at least three times as long as the best leact and
oil paints. Re sure that our Tuna limit (afue tinvile
of which it ocean above) is on every package. Prepat f ed
ready for us and sold by the gallou.enly. .
pg9p, le, 1873-trv. 4 -
GEO. W. MAPLE
W. ii.. SIIITEf,
M. B. PRINCE
ing . to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bonesare not destroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and the, vital organs wasted beyond the point
of repair. ,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Ileadacht, Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Diz
ziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions
of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful' symptems,
are the offsprings of - Dyspepsia. In these complaints
it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter gi4r
antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaints, in young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the,
turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display . so decided an
influence that a marked improvement i s soon percep
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu
matism and Gout, 'Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, witch (is generally
produced by derangement Of the Digestive Organs.
They are a Gentle fourgative as well as
a Tonle, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving; Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
For Skin Dlseases,,lEruptions, Teeter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car
bunches Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery
sipelas, Scurfy, Disco'orations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
arejiterally dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters.
Grateful Thousands proclaim VINEGAR BIT.
Tan the most wonderful Invigoraht that 'ever sustalited •
the sinking system.° ; - '
J.WALK.E ft, Prop'r. R. H. ItieDONALD 4 CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts.,-New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
reh . 1873-Thw. . •
HEE IRQAT ALC;mm
A 9 SISTERS
A. CERTAIN 0URF...1 7 01'.
Seated Ootigh, Inclpient Consumption, Cold g, BLn hg of
Blood, Inflammation-of the Lungs; Catarrh, Bron-.'
antis,' 'Croup, Ulhoolnug Cough Asthma,
Pains iii Breast or Side, Dyspept l ia, Jana-
LARS of Appetite, Fever and Ague.
Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Diarr
hoea, and. all Dieeases or the Lungs
Stomach and Liver.
lav Gregg EZO 43"
Elmira, N. Irr.,
Sole Agentg, and to whom all ordereshould be address
ed.—mil -FoR SALE BY PIERCE S KP.Eo9, Welisboro, Pa
June 12, 1572-Iv.]
d'fr4• , 'l` Li; LS t, 11..1 •ti
0 1 ,1 r
MISS 11. W. TODD hassernoved her 'Music Store to
11l the late residence of Lauer Bache, opposite Can
Horn's Hotel. Steinway and other
I: o l..,xlcossee
for sale very cheap. Also, MASON & HA-SILTN
OLD INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
A largo stock of NEW MUSIC moat received. "
I.E.SSI)NS given on the Piano, Organ, and, in Sing
ing. An opportunity for practice afforded - to those
who may desire it. H. W, TODD.
Jan. I. 1972-tf.
Tioga Marble Works,
TEE undersigned is now prepared to execute all
ders for Tomb Stones and Monuments of either
Itatia77 , 07' Rutland Marble,
of the latest style and approved.workmanship and with
Re keeps constantly on hand both kinds of Marble
and will ho able to snit all who may favor him with
their orders, on as reasonable terms as can be obtained
in the country.
A FAMILY ARTICLE
Agents make $l2 60 per day, $76 per week.
AN ENTIRELY NEW
7OR DOMESTIC USE,
With the New Patent Button Hole Worker.
,Jnne 27th, 1871.
A most wonderful and olegantlyLeonstructed SEW.
nca MAcni.N.E for Family Mirk. Complete in all its
Parts, Uses the Straight Eye Pofrito Needle, SELF
THREAIHNO, direct upright POSITIVE MOTION, New
Tension, Self Feed and Cloth Guider. Operctes Ps
WHEEL and on a TABLE. Lipid Running, Smooth an,
nOisoless like all good high priced machines. flab
Patent Check to prevent the wheel being turned the
wrong way. Uses the thread direct from the spool.
Makes the ELAi , TIC LOCH STITCH, (finest and strongest
stitch known;) firm, durable, doge and rapid. Will
do all kinds of wurk. fine and course, from CI.I.IIBRIC to
heavy Cloth or LEATHER, and uses all descriptions of
thread. This Machine is LIF.AvILY CONqTRLICTED to
give it .sTRENOTII; all the parts of each Machine being
made alike by machinery, and beautifully finishe'd and
ornamented. It is very easy to learn. Rapid, Snoop,
and Sdent in , peration, Reliable at all times, and a
PaacTicAL, Bcamcrtrze, MECIIA.NTCAL /2:VENTIoN, at
Greatly Reduced Price.
A 6 ,- )0.1, elmap. Family Sewing' Ma,:hlne at last.—
The 113 , 4 and, only SIICie:4B produclng a valnablp,
subst4nchd and 1.,..1w.b1e m,,, : 1, 1 „,.
Its e x t l ,..;,, f _ 1.11, ' ' ef , lltiltlOlni. RS SLIM
, tf kitt;:ith: its it to till kaps.'itti , i 3. whil t
it a ut.ice:,Aat tavorits 1,. r.v
4. 1, a ramil
Pi 11:3 .4.1 A, Sr b 3 icrecimmENDED
vIlLtor111.11) Vtd eco/lideutly rreoLumend itn
1140 k , 1.... , till IL really , g.olSevni,g
.4 .1 P. WIT,n6N, 11.10.1 b -I fur ,
I , e h :An •.
rant" 2“ Ur" lth
./Tr,:10 . ,:g, Mid VerytAt CFI to it, W.
Chilling 51.1.1. NEFI,LE, paabed in a struni
wooden box, and ed to aiiy part ni %the corn ti; ,
by expiTus ' FREE of further charges, on receipt in price.
ONLT FIVEDOLLALS. safe delivery guarautiaid. Witt,
each Machine we w,ll send, on receipt ef i 1 ..dra, the
new patent .
BUTTON IfOLE WOBKEit,
One of the most impatient and useful Inventions of
the age. 5, simple and certain, that a child can work
the finest button hole with regularity and ease. Strong
SPECIAL Truara, and Eztra Inducements to , MALE
and FE3f.tr..n .-ty , mte, Store Keepers, &c., who will' es
talgich agencies through the country and keep our
N/4W rifhelliNES on Exhibition and Safe. COUNTY
SMUTS given to smart agents FuEr. Agent's complete
'emits furnished without any l3all.A.ollArinn. Samples
of swing, descriptive circulars containing Terms,
Teatitnounis, Engravings, Sze., Se., SENT MEE. We
\ GRlcuLfruitAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest I-atents and Improvements for tlio Farm and
Garden Mowers, Reapers, Cultivators, Feed Cutters,
Hariows, Farm Mills, Planters, Hervest&s. Threshers
and all articles needed for Farm work. Rare Seeds in
large variety. Norway Oats. The wonderful ipulti
plying ECrIPTIAN Con* $1 per hundred, &c., &c.l All
money sent in Post °Mee Money Orders, Registered
Letters, Drafts* by Express, will be at onr risk; and
is perfectly se;ure. Safe delivery of all our gods
•, An old and'fesponsible firm that sell the best goods
at the lowest pr ce, and can be relied upon by our
readers."—Farmer's Journal; Nee York.
' Address orders,
A. CATELEY; Superintendent.
Corner Cireenwich and Courtland ste., New Tork,
Oct. 15, 1872-6 m.
For Sale 'o7i..Rent.
la OUSE AND LOT corner of Pearl rtreot and Av
il enue. Also for Salo, seven village lots near the
Academy. Apply to ELLIOTT &BOUND,
' Wellsborts, Ps.
THE subsoriber offors for Bale hie farm in Middle
bury, near Heonerille, containing 100 acres, 90
acres improved, and is in good state of cultivation.—
There are two orchards, a good house, two banns, a
store building, and wagon shop on the premises. Any
one wishing to purchase can learn all particulars by
calling on the anbsoriber on the premises.
Maroh 2,p, 18784 m. R. M. Macey.
e Worl , l', , i 'I -.Ac
R. R. FL
NADWAYI READY MO
CUBES Two weitsrr 'PAtlcs
In from One to= Twenty foirtmcez.
NOT ONE HOUR
atter mdtrig this anvertlmmeut heed My ont:
EADWAY'S BEADY RELIEF IS A , CURE FUR
EVERY pAI - N.
It was the Wt. and Is
The Only 3Pain I t ernedv
that Instantly stops the most exe,uolognerams. unapt
Inflammations. and cures Congestions. wm.ther of the
Lungs, Stomach. Bowels, or other glands or oredus, by
Ese i rEl ti .Ot ONE TO ,I'WEITTY
no matter bow violent or escrucistlng the pale tLc
RHEUMATIC. Bed-ridden, Inlirtn, Ortpiritd,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with dista.se may sutitr,
RADWAY'S READY RELIE:
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EAt;E. •
EqFLAMMATION OF"flIE EIVIYIEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF BLADDE:I
INFLAMMATION OF TILE BOWELS.
EON/H.:STICH OP THE
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BR EA
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the itvady lirlief M the p - e.rt cc
parts where the pain or difficulty ex4ts a:row car,
Twenty drolln half a tumbler of water will u fcw
moments cure RAMPS. SPASMS, SOGR - STOS: ACE
HEARTBUR,. SICK HEADACIIE.,, ,
DYSENTERY, - COLIC, 'WIND HI THE' DolvEL
and all INTERNAL PAINS. -
Travelers should always carry a bottle or Rrr ;via yi
- Ready Relief with them. A few dro; s
prevent sickness or pains from changa of wvt. It r.
Letter than French Brandy' or Bitters an it n:
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE crated for y cevt*,
not a remedial agent In Ude world that wi4 (.; , A:
and Ague and all other Matarlous, Scark:.
pbold, Yellow, and other Fevers (aided by 'Rat LAVA
FILLS) an quick as TIADWAY'S REd.LY
Fitly cents per bottle. Sold by DruguLt;4.
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD-INCE EA'::
OP FLESH AND WEIGHT-CLEAR SKIN AM)
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALI..
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING Cur.T.zl
SO QUICK, SO RAPID ARE VIE CRANGe. ,
THE BODY UNDERGOES, UNDER THE I.:,
'TRULY 55"0\L6itt'i it
mhbiciiit, ilna • , ~
Every Uay an Increase-In Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Fejt.'
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Every drop of the SARSAYARILLIAN RESOLV '
. ENT communicates through the Blood, Sweat. 'Clint:,
1 and , other fluids mid Juices of the system th vigor of lifv,
for it repairs thee wastes of the body with r
uw and sound,'
material,._ Scrofula, Syphilis, Conaturipti n, Glandular
dt4....e, Clem in the Throat, Mouth. 'I 141134F5,; Nodes ih,
the Glands and other parts of the system, Sore Eyed,
Strumous Discharges from the Ears, and the wont ,
forms of Skim diseases, Eruptions, Foyer: Sores, Scald
, K, Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Acne Disci;
Spo , Worms Id the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers 'ln the
W b, and all weakening find painful dischtirges, Night
S cati, Loss of Sperm, and all wastes of the lifo peril/.
14 7 ,
p e, are within the curative rasps of ,this wonder of Mal.
ern Chemistry, and a few days' use will prove to any
persod using It for either of these forms of disease its
potent power to cure them.
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the wastes
and decomposition that is continually progressing, sec.
ceeda in arresting these wastes, and repairs the tame with
new material made from healthy blood—And tails, the
SARSAPARILLIAN wilt anti does secure.
Not only does the SAILSAPARILLIIN ReteotArlt.t exe/
lh known remedial agents In the cure of Chronic', Scrag.
ow, Constitutional, and Skin diseases ; tut It is the only
positiVa cure fur
]ii 'cy & Bladder Complaint s;
urin , and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes, Drop - Ao,.
Stopp eof Water, Incontinence of Urine, Bright's Div'
ease, lbtunlnurla, and Wall cases whore there ere brick.
dust d, posits, or the water Is thick, cloudy, enticed with
Substances like the white of an egg, or threads ilke white
silk, or there Is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance, and
white bone:dust deposits, and when there Is a perlang,.
burning ,sensation when passing water, and pain hi the
Small of the Back and along the Loins. Price, ei,co.
WORMs.—The only known and sore Remedy
forcorms— in, Tape, etc. }
Tumor of 12 Years', Grcrurth
Cured by Jadway's Resolvent.
• BEVEILY. Mau., July 18, I 88?,
Da RADWAY bare had Ovarian Tumor to the ovvl,u and
bowels. All the Doctors said "there woe no help for It." I trl4
every Ming that wu recommended ;-but nothing helped me. I
saw your ResOlvent, owl thought I would try It ,• Gut had no faith
In It, became I hid suffered for twelve yam. I took slx bottles
of the Resolient, and one boo of Radihy'a Pills. mod two bot
tles of your Ready Relief ; sod there is not Is stip tumorto be
seen or felt, and I feel better, smarter, end happier tlwu I buys
for twelve years. The worst tumor was In aft left aide 441 the
bowels, Ayer the groin. I vrrlte this to you for the boalikit at
others. You can publish It if yon choose.
H.ANNita P. KNAPP.
PERFECT PURGATIVE:PILLS 1
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with Sweet gtup.
purge, regulate, purify, cleanse anki stringthen.. Rad
way aPills, for the cure of all disorders of the Stomach,
Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, Costiveness. Indigestion.
Dyspepsia, Biii011&11C39, Bilious Fever, Indamamtlon of
the Bowels, Plles,and all Derarmetoeuts of the Internal Vis
cera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegeta
__containing no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs.
ar Observe the following symptoms resulUng from
Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
Constipstien, Inward Piles, Follnesi of the Blood in the Used.
Acidity of IS, Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn Disgust of Freed,
Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eruetationly Sinking or.
Flattering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Heil,
Harried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at On ift Choking,
or Soffondinglerdations when In a Lying Post Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs before the
,Sight, Fever on Dull Pain he
the Head, De cle.y of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyn, Pain In the Side, Chest, j.imbs , and sudden Flu.thesol
Fleet, Burning in the Flesh,
SITS few doses, RAILWAY'S PILLS will Ste the sys.
tern from all the above-named disorders. Price, 25 cents
per box. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
READ "FALSE AND TRUE." Send one letter
etarnp to RADWAY OD., No. Sy Hoiden Lane, New-
York. li/formation worth thtusands will be sect youi
May 29,1872-1 y
Door, Sash & Blind Factory,
BHNJADIIti AUSTUN, Is prepared to furnish 4rat
class work from the best lumber, at his new:fac
tory which is now in full operation. • .
211INZA D ECII.Ergo
constantly on hand, or naanufaotnrodto order. '
Planing and Matching
done promptly, and In the best 'manner. The beat
workmen employed, and none but the best seasoned
lumber used.. encourage home bulustry. • .„
Factory near the foot of Main Street.
Jan. 1., 1812-tf
H AS the lerceet end beet seleCted eteck of
ever brought into Wellehoro, coustetmg,
Ladies' KO and Cloth Baly)or
als and Gaiters,
Ladies ; i Pisses , • Children and
... Bay's Shoo.
Gents' Cloth Boots and 41108 S,
Prince Albert ,- Ccllf Boots,
Boys' Calf & A2p Boots,
In fact, all kinds oil Mena' and Women's wear kept
in a first-class Shoe Eltore. The beat sawed Woman's
Shoes ever offered in this market. I defy the world
If you don't believe it, iry.nie. I buy only the best
stock, and have as good - Cordwatners as money san
REPAIRING done neatly, and with dispatch
Leather and Eindi4B
of all kinds constantly on hand
CASH PAID FOR HIDES, DEAWN SKINS,
PELTS AND FURS.
Having just filled up my shelves with ri cholas
stock, personally selected for, this market, 1 •respect
fully solicit a fair share of" Small profits and
quick returns." I believe t bo a good business max
im ; and I hold tho beet goods tO lie tho cheapest. I
keep no shoddy. My assortment is suillotent to meet
all sizes and tastes. I invite our patrons and the
Public generally to Call and examine my stock. No
trouble to show goods. AlwaYa to be found, one
door north of C.; B. Kelley's store. Main street.
Welleboro, rta t JOKIt nous
N Fob. 6, 1813rtf.
I BEND AUSTIN