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"Jo , es."
The following little story, with its moral, though
written for the 'Macon ((WI Telegraph, is quite too
goal to be enjoyed by the farmers of the South atone:
I knew a man and be lived In Jones—
Which Jones is a country of redtelds and atones.
And be lived pretty anp by getting oHottna,
And his mules were no ng but akin and bones,
And his bogs wore as at as his corn-pones,
And be had 'bout a thousand acres of land. ,
This =in-:and his name was also Jot-Lei—
ne swore that he'd leave them old red hills and stones.
For hesouldretimake nothing bat yellowish cotton,
And little Of that, and his feuce was rotten; -
And what !Udell° had, that was bougbten,
And he couldn't get a living from' the land.
And the longer he aworo the madder ho got; '
And ho rose and he walked to the stable lot,
And he hallooed to Tom to come there dud hitch,
For to emigrate somewhere whore land was rich,
And to quit raising cock•burrs, thistres and etch,
• And Wasting their time on barren land.
t3o him and Tom they hitched up the mules,
Pretesting that folks were mighty, big fools
Thtt stay in Georgia. ‘ll6lt. IT tithe out,
Just scratching a living, when al of them mought
tiet places te. Texts, where. tato sprout
Lly the lime you could plant it in the land.
And he drove by a housNwherS a man named Drown
Was living, not far train the edge of the town,
And ho bantered brown for to buy his place,
And said that seeing as money was shace,
And seeing as sheriffs were hard to face,
- Two dollars en acre would get tho laud.
They closed at a dollar and fifty cents,
And Jones be bought him a wagon and Lents,
And loaded his corn and his women and truck,
And moved to Texas, rvnich it took
His entire pile, with the beet of luck,
To get there and get him a little land.
- But Brown moved out on tlm old Jones farm,
And ho rolled up his breeches and bared his arm,
And ho picked all the rocks from off'u the ground,
And he rooted It up and plowed It down,
And solved his corn and AV tient in the land.
Five years glided by, and Brown one day,
ii'Vh6 bad got so fat that he wouldn't weigh),
Vi'aF, sitting down, sorter lazily
To e grandest dinner you ever did see,
n one of the children jumped on his knee
And mayq; 0 on's Jones, which you bought Ms
And there was Jones, standing out at the fence
And he btidn't no Magon, nor mules, nor tents,
For ho bad left Texas afoot and come
To Georgia to see if he couldn't get some
Employment, and he teas looking as burn-
Ble as it lie had never owned any land.
But Brown he:asked him in, and ho sot
Ilim doalti to his victunis smoking hot, ,
And Wiley he had filled himself and 'Moro
Brow looked at him sharp and rose and swore
That ' ( }whether . men's land was rich or poor,
Ttore waamoro in the man thin there was in tho
Some yeats ago, says Max A.deler, a new
tire company was organized in Reading, and
the members one evening thought they,
would have a little innocent fun at the ex-'
penac of Hopkins, their foreman. They
decided ¶to, go atpund with the engine to
I Hopkins house after dark, to throw up their
latiders,Audi out their hose, climb on his
Tool and scare him With the belief that his
Hwelling was on lire. But that very day
opkins moved out of his house, and a
Presbyterian clergyman moved in, without
did company being aware of the change.
So abottt eight o'clock the humorists dashed
out and went through all the movements,
getting on the root and splashing water
aro nd, and creating a terrific disturbance
generally. A rival company noticing what
was going on also hurried to the scene, and
without understanding the joke, attached
their hose to a plug, smashed in the front
windows, and began to empty a two rich
stream on the family of that. Presbyt rian
clergy Man. They squirted into all the
rooms, split up the window shutters with
an axe, broke down the front door, and ran
out the furniture, tore off the shingl,es, and
bawled through the trumpets until the hired
girl had convulsions on the kitchen stairs.
The first company tried to explain, but:the
new corners thought an effort was beipg
made to get them out of the way, and a tight
ensued, and presently' firemen were sliding
oil the roof, and pelting down the chimneys,
and bleeding over the entry carpet, and
having boisterous encounters with spanners
and brass horns on the stairs. And the next
morning the Presbyterian divine and his
family moved out. They said the place
seemed to he too animated and sensational
for a quiet domestic . circle. They wanted a
house where there was more calmness and
peace where they could have more security
for their privacy and pianos, and for their
front door and shingles and their peace of
mind and window,sashes.
An amusing experience which recently
befell a special agent of ,the Post Office De
partment, illustrates the ideas which past
masters in the far West entertain regarding
the importance of their positions. \ The
agent, commonly called "Mac," while °file
visiting, various offices in Mont Aila Tor
ritory, for the purpose of correelingkiny ir
regularities of postmasters, stopped at Iron
Rod. Going into the post °lnce lie found
the room divided into three sections, first n
saloon, next a post office, and last a faro
bank. The mail-bag was brought in, by a
rough-looking customer; opened, and the
contents emptied on the floor. The entire
crowd at once got down on their hands and
knees and commenced overhauling the let
ters, among which several were registered,
and selected such as they wanted. After
they were through, the remaining letters
were shovelled into a candle box and placed
on the bar. Tim special. agent, thinking
the office needed a little, regulating, asked
the bar-tender who had received and dis
tributed the mail, it' hci was post master.
Ile answered "No." Are you the assist
ant post master "No." "Where is the
post master "Out mining." "Where is
the assistant post master ?" "Gone to Hell's
Canyon; and by thunder Bill ;lopes has got
to run the office next Week; i't.s his turn."
The Government official' then stated who he
was, and - demanded the keys of the ofike.
The bar-tender coolly took the candle box
in» the bar, and placed it on the floor,
_,i.e it a kick, sending it out of the 1
dom , log: "There's your post office, and
now git — rile agent says: "Knowing the
of the country, I lost Do, time in
following, this advice, and got," The office
was 'lir:continued. •
Oh a it is t), be "a lawyer's clerk !
th\ itiv, to the acuteness learned in this high
l) 9 iti'm a(tt1135.!; Englishinan has been ac
lualiv t waded' to escape unscathed from
‘itat ilmwerons affair, a breach Of promise
suit. Ile Rad paid his addresses chiefly by
letter and in the most tender and poetic
strain to a pretty girl, who, when his affec
tion grew less, \' as tno prudent anti ener
getic not to demand golden comfort for her
wounded heart. Iler lawyer heardher ease
c ith pleasant anticipations of awning - es; lint
alas ! when he examined the love lette , :s of
the lawyer's clerk he found /lb client was
put tv them entirely out of c.aret. The M
r genitals young matt had • itt%ritritbly signed
• himself, "Believe tny own dearest,
duel:lest Angelina, yti)ar` fondest, most de
v4)led that without prejudice), Tommy."
The lebml phrase, which the gentle Antall.-
n:t ii lei i uttderciand, had•saved him.
'l'l‘c i:., Italiaaa informs the
xr,rld :ft tt t t:••t% acid has been discovered.
The o.taa: the acid 1 , 4 "anddonionochloro
A word you CalillJi floor
I . lliegd you take a t c wie
Could you a maid. adore
With name so tholasoute
o'er pll3sie9 11:) °tad port)
And uwit(T eetions
bnt clivinfotry I ralmt abhor,
If I find it opening the do cr
go,di horrid word4—ice'vr hoard boron.
.1s flog bra:a-Jaw ..anzidutilonoclll..r
A worthy old clergyman in a neighboring
town is very bsent 1 . 10 has ashort
memory. It is a common habil with him
in the sermon to forget sonlething, and then,
• niier sitting down, to rise again, and begin
his supplementary remarks .the expres.
' irat , "By the way." A few Sundays ago
q In got ball way through a prayer when he
lie,itated, forgot what he was ab out, and
slt down nbrupl ly without clniN, Ivt
moment or two-he arose, and panting his
fos din ger at the amazed congregation; he
said: "Oh, by the way—Amen."
teen Call.) sits in Sally's elndr,_
h! don't Z wish that I were there !
•Alv,,n her fair fingers pat bis head.
/h tiOn't I wish 'trots , rain instead?
Whoa Sally's arms his neck imprison,
(ilk! don't I wish my sleek Rae hib`n't
When Sally kisses Carlo's noes,
Oh I don't I wish that I were. thosa?
When a crowd of jayhawkers started a
disturbance Inn TFcas church, the other
day, the preacher raised up a shot-gun and
said : “Willian Dello, tut down or
make it painful for you." 'William sat
down and was quiet as a lamb.
Georgia minister, in announclog th e ,
exercises fo next clay, said to his Cr/Jure
gation: "I hope that all the congr , : gnil on
wlll Meet ht 'teu o'clock, for pre Wisely at
that hour I, 'will proceed to bap' oze sour
Adults and six adulteresses.
PAIN'S : D'
EATABLISURD IN 184 g.
INTER . votgqr, N. Y.
A. WEST - OMIT & DO.,
• MANUFACTURERS OF
PORTABLE •A sTATI ON A lar STEAM ENGIN ESA!, ROILMS
'pARTiarLAurrENTIoI l'Arn TO •
GANG SX\Y & (ARCM MAUS
siftriaLE am.Ls AND ENDINtilf-3 MAYS ON HAND.
Water Wheels suited to all heads of water,,Taonery Irons, Bridgo Innis, &c.
an experiOnce• by our alUrr. it". H. Calkins of over tivent#
years as a Machinist and Foreman, enables us,
by his personal supervision, to make
strictly first-class Goo, •
Feb. 11 , 4, 1b13.-34
G., W. PRESTON) •
PRESTON &, HEERMANS
'IRON FOUNMS MkatINISTS
STEAM .ENGINES' AND BOILERS, •
aim/am', Gang and A. Saw Mills, Machinery foi
Tanneries, Shafting, Gearing and Castings of
every, description, in Iron and Brass.
eornschittery of all kinds 'repaired 'promptly and at reasonable rates.-VP
Corning, August 2g,
New spring c* - oods.
Tili t i r c
jimpAIGN Is Olt
AND THE PEOPLE'S STORE is •ruE
FIRST IN THE FIELD,
WITH THE LARGEST, . ( I.ND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Staple & Taney Dry Goods
EVER OFFERED IN CIORININO.
It hats gc Ito be preti.y generally known that we keep the largest stock, the best goods end soll them as
low no any house to the trade in this section; and we keep very many articles not kept at any other store in
town. In, addition to our general stock,
aux Otarptt*tadt campus avant goli
and every variety. Our Cloth Stock exceeds auy within fifty miles, in quantity and variety.
It t i t SHAWLS AND DOMESTIC ROODS
enough for Th. 2 eitisess of Tioga county are respectfully Invited to tail and examine our
stock amt prices.
Appli 1. Ma. tiatfrEf &
1131 AVIE WU SILLEID MEM 1LJ,L2142 NI IMZ ?
ITaS gone to New York to buy a stock of Spring and, Sum,
7ner Goods. He intends to Intl, front the best markets a
bottom prices, and Jae will have some splendid bargains
to offer . his customers when, he 7A711S
He has <NWT' ova hand a quantity of clothing and
Dress Goods which he wants out of the way, and he takes
this method of informing yort,confidentially,that heivi
1 / 2
Bell them, CH BielP---if you, don't believe it, can and
POST IRON WORKS,
,:4 :. ..... ... =.r,
*hide and, iilincy 6 1 00hi 8,
RE.ADV-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
My stock has twed s .procured from the best nictr3xts,in the country, and therefore yot
will be sotiVied with prices.
' . . .
Corning rou.ndry lifiaohino Shop.
Siliumfacturers of Stationary and i'artatils Englnea and Boilers. GABrlng, Shafting and - hlachinery required
for Raw Mills, gelid Millaan.d Tanneries, Ovens and Grates, fox burning Tan. ,Screws for moving nnleached
and leached bark gratings, Bolts, Railroad Frogs, Chat" and Repairing done at abort notice. We have fa•
atlittea for shipping by Canal or Railroads to all points, and can furnish Machinery cheaper than Fostorn
Western builders of the beat quality.
Jan. 1. 1812-Iy. CORNING, ?REUBEN 'COONTY, N. V.
500 KEGS OF NAILS
w. c. is ss & co.
Cirwater's gob. alt)i
POKER() BRO'S & SMITH,
BLOB IMG, Tioga Coulay, Penn'a.
r % -
• hilts. 44e0. Campbell
USINESS PAPER mgooT;ATED., 13 - KV11304 returned to Wellsboro, and having BMA
, • I 1 ed her trade In the manufacture of
) ARTIFICIAL HAIR WORK, -
wvuld respectfully sap to her old Mends that she
.vcmhz be glad to goo 'all who would favor her 'with
their calls. She can be found at the house of ..T. X
Johnson, the Barber. . Feb. 25, WM-%
airEnoir Oaten Beli6Ellt4, W. R. Vaal kt.
Feb. 4. 1872-tf.
Has just t•eceivctl
_large stock of
DRESS GOODS, WHITE, GOODS;
Shoes, &0., Suitable for the'Spring Trade
1 ESTABLISHED 1840
. , •
W. r)EtZrixes etc Eidciaaasi,
- nrins Y E 6' fierklDll
BUYS WHERE YOU CAN BUY
IS our advice, Ineause we know. that .after you bare
opPli,ncti our Stock you wilt be convinced that
viV.J.liforton & Bro's
is the place 10-purchase
Dry Goods, Dress GOOUB, fiats and Caps, Clothing
Boots and Sloes, White Goods, Groceries, Gent's
Furnishing Goods, &c., a varied stock suitable for
the Spring and Summer Trade. We. cordially Invite
you ad to esa.tMno our stock.
JUST RECEIVED BY
A PULL STOCK OP
THE ADJUSTABLE SPRING BED,
Bartlett's Patent June 21, 1870
rixt Sfringoflagtic Slat.
A LUXURIOUS BEDt
with only a single matrees. For durability, comfort,
cleanliness, and adjustment it has no equal. A au
perioe bk.d for the sick-room,m veil actor persons in
qualtia. Orders solicited by the proprietor for Tioga
.munty. • J. 8. PALMER,
April t, - Mansfield, Pa.
ECno Y tßita
1 . r`dt
R4 . oing
NEW DRUG FIRM
TAYLOR & SPALDING
tistkd LietuU DettluYrs to
P A TENT MEP LCI.NES
DYE -STUFFS, PERFUMERY,
FANCY - ARTICLES, Atc
Having made special arrangements with the Blom
burg glass Company, we can furnish Glass' at 'owes
rates to parties wishing to buy, in large quantities
ti hipped dlicct-from the factory. -
Physicians' Prescr (Varna and Family Recipes Accural,4-
aly - lifr. Spalding has had several years experience
in.the drug business, and is thoroughly posted in all
its branches. TAYLOR & 13PALDING
}Valteboro, Ps., June Si, 1878-tf.
WALKER & LATHROP. .
HA RD WARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
STOVES, TIN-WA ftE,, BELTING,
SAWS, CUTLERY, WATER
Carriage and Harness !Trimmings,
RAIVNESSEB, SADDLE:B, &o.
Corning, N. V., Jan, I, 1574.
Tioga Marble Works,
TT ' or r l n f d or er l ' o l uth d ElLo ie nTs P u r cl e ti l o r t a i ti tuu to o, el ta ec a u f t , e dVi l er or-
Italian, or I?tcticcitd Ma7.bla,
of the latest style and approved worlimanall 1p anti witb
lie keeps constantly on hand both :Rinds of 'Marble
and wlll be able to oult all who may' favor him with
their orders, on as reasonable terms no can be obtained
in the country.
TRUMAN & BOWEN'S
SAM MILLIZ‘wa,' blast, na il
refuagy to Hll all
orders with promptness and
Fencing Boards, Bill limber, Shingles, Lath, Wood,
&c., constantly on hand.
April 22.-tf, • TRUMAN L . DOWN.
VI RS- SOFIELD announces to the public that ah
In has a very large and dealrableatock of Millinery
and Ladies' Furnishing and Fancy Goods, which ar
offered at very low rates.
LADIES? SUITS, PARASOLS,
GLOVES, CORSETS,HOOP-SK (RTS,
HOSIERY, LACES, and
Ntotions also ready-made white goods try variety
The public are cordially invited to limped and
Washer°, May 18, 18.13--ent.
T HE undersigned are prepared to pay the
Highest Market Price in
for WOO"-, at their BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 1.11
Sears's Brick Block.
We will Le pleueed to Laic our trieude call and
ELL - in - NE OUR STOOK OF
which we propose to sell as low ns can he purchased
fu soy market went of New York.
We Defy Competition on our Cuitom-Made
CALL AMC SEE US
C. W. SEAIW,
I M. LODIT3I:.
Wenohow, Pa., June 3, 13.13.-if
820 per day, Agents wanted! All close
tsls TO es of working people, of either 'tier,_
young or old, make more money at work for us in
their spare. moments, or all the time, than at anything
elan. Particulars free. Address O. Mineola & Co.
Portland, Maine. • • Bept. 24, 1872-Iy.
GLASSWARE in enclleaa variety at -
FR/END if you are afflicted with CANCER, tome
immediately to the Cancer infirmary of Dr. J. M.
Crane, Addison; K, Y., 'where You vi" he promptly
treated and cured, if you come in time. When reach
ing the R. R. Depot at this place. ask for the Ameri
can Hotel omnibus' it will hare yeti. direct tothe In.
Armory- It you wish for relevances, send for,Circu
lar without delay. 'Charges always reasonable.'
SEARS & BODINE.
PlJitr o LY, A VEMTAIII,I3 PREPAIIATinN,
compoood simply of well-known ROOTS,
HERBS; and p RUINS, combined ♦with ether
properties, which u their tatters are Cattairtle,
Aperient, Nutiitious,Dluroth% Alterativotimi
Bilious, The whole is preterved iu a emilatent
quantity of spirit from the bilitiff It • Ca r'.ll to
keep them in - any climate. which tuake:o thu
3/18 of the most desirable Tonics osutatisne
tics in the world. Theq ore .inteuced etrialy !A i
only to be used mks medicine. and alwsye cecordlng
to - direetione.
, • They are the sheet-anchor of the an I (19-
bllltated. They act upon a dlzz - at1f...1 e, anl
stimulate to such a degree, that a healthy
at once brought about. As a reined: , to, Lich
Women are especially imbject, it
• every other stimulant. As a bpi . ia g a 16 . :1.14 in,
mer Tonle, they ,have no equal. 1 are a
mild and gent% PursatiVetu3 well as To.:1 1 :. 1 hey
Purify the Mood. They aro a splendid. Arnet.?.:4r.
They make the weak strong. They purify mot in- I
vigorate. They cure Dyspepsia, Consignation, .I.nd
Headache. They act as , a !Tonalc in al! specie _: of
disorders which undermioe the bodily stir opo- -t
break down the animal spirits.
41 / 4
Depot, 63 Pax's. Plan:..
• g 'sr-:7,.....- 1 .-L . ', : ''' , i , ON%
1 : t , •
r\- - A •
xx- -- , ATHAIRO.,„
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It pronnnes Iho GROWTH, PRESER
VES COLOR, and increases the
Vigor and BEAUTY° f the HAIR.
()FLU T:TOTTY TRADS AOO LYON'S It AVIAITION iron
' Filo, oas tiretplared ln the market by Prorreaor
Thotess 1•vo4, a graduate or Prineeteit College.
I Tho nan its .a del ivsd from • the (tirelt •• so."
eigoifying to aortal, ;wryly. To. M
. ergot", 9e rere.
The favor IL bee meieved, and the popularity it has
obtained, Ft imprereilentod 'and incredible. It iu
, ore.-ses the Cilium - 111 nu. II: i.ft: yr7ot the LIAM. It la
a delightful dressing. It., iiratee dandruff. It
• prevetaa the !lent f.om tort/mg way. It keeps the
head cool, and alvt R the Ult.. a rich; soft, o,lobly ay •
pelotas:9. it In I lib • ....it,' in QUANTITY and QTIALT/
as it was over a :pt.+ rrn.,f is t`ewrtayAoo,andls
wild by all 1 r' i. 'y Storseat,onl y st)
IL:ttals pea 'it,.
LYON : X .
May / 1873.-116 t -/y
Door s Bash & Blind Factory
1110. ENJAMIN to prepared to furnish ticat
class work from Hid twat Innther, at his now fac
tots which in in 1 . 1111 oprxation. -
liatalt2Mt o nommeic
congatitlC , , on haul, or manufanred to order."
Planing and. iilltlitchting
done promptly, and In tho beet manner. The best
workmen employed, and none but the beet seasoned
lumber need. Encourage hone Industry.
Factory near the foot of Main Street.
Jan. 1, 1872-tf
Er the largeetatlil beereelectod stack of
over brought Into We'labor°, coostutiug of
Ladies'- lad and Cloth Balmor
als and Gaiters,
Ladies : Misses; Children and
Gents' .Cloth Boots and Shoes,
Prinbe Albert Calf Boots,
Boys' Calf (6 Kip Boots,
In fact, all lambi of Titens and Women'e wear kept
In a Ark-clans Shoe Store. The beat sewed Woman's
Shoes ever offered in this market. I defy the world
you don't believe it, try roe. I buy only the beat
aback, and huge na good Corawainera' as money can
done neatly, and with diapateh.
Leatlto and Findings
of all kinds constantly on hand
CASH PAID FOR HIDES, DEACON SKINS,
PELTS AND 1%t1R6.
Flaring Just tilled up my shOlves with it choice
stock, personally selected 'tbis market, I respect
fully solicit a fair share of trade. • "Small profits anti
quick returns." I believe to be a good business max.
Im ; and I ho.d the best goods to be the, cheapest. I
keep no shoddy.' My assortment is sufficient to meet
all sizes and tastes. I invite our Wrens and the
public generally to call and examine my stock. No
trouble to shoot goods. Abasmi. tO bt found, sine
door north of 0, .11, Kelley's store. Main street,
. Feb. Is7o-$4 - 'I
- *,k)' - ,*t:**A' g
on ly 16' c outg e - acii, or $l.lO p'r tinzon anti CA nr) piing
to tho lino of phoMs equally riii-up al
• '''''.X: l l4.3El4C: l 2lllW
Co'rr :;:ltrt4 - tf
: - 7.
Ffrullure and i`~i~l~~i • 1~►ki~~~
1 I AVE now on 4,31,11,1tir k , ds maul sa of the opt
II t4u Ittrlttist mat tot,.+slt kitratWtk: twi t .1
FINE AND , (,DAIMON 11114NITCHE
to l)o found ilk consl;ltit, 4 of
13,44 It r u n mud; rd this cortftuon vOIIIIN 114141i1 . 1:6 1,,,,,,,i in
a fill4i-Killef CA/11///131116CrIt. Ihr alkil'4l ft6iNis Utl• latyr,
ly of their owu ratuultacturif. sod Rat ula,lim, i,,,,,,
auto.. (l lath ‘ as GP iluality and price. They moll tht,
11 1 Ala!truss
the host ptiotlar sprtug sled sold: Ow.
Bpring 04 , (1 1111041 m% been ou trial 161 -17 '57124.1'4 ,
et* inrivorttal .411tlafaulion.: " Our
i4upplied witli ult 1412 ea of tl Eueelator t'rahet • aura
and boantiltd atyle of: budial tog.•thei voth (Mu I
hipda of na op) and bona" fnatinfaetnea, With trim.
ttlSbgtrto match. They will 4nuke Juoleflalang.
lutty tii•lildir lounneas : and any needfugthen 81.1 v, e .
;kvill be att. inled to prOmptly; and at satlata• tory eha r ,
14Pa. 6du rota pf Furniture made,', and I'undag
all kluda 'done wItL tleatneas and &RNA,. b
- Jun. 10: 1072. VAN HORN At CHANDLER
Tu WH,351 IT- Wit V.Cf*JAN.—guying concluded that
Imo entailed to a little rest , Liter neatly 40 ).luy i love
application to bfoiluois I ha passPd u‘et tlin torti.
tom ImainvisH ti:V. , 1114 'll.iya" as per above adi tini ,
meld, and lake. thna tnntliott of anlitig for W. in p m
name liberal patronage as bus beet), extended to
lity books mac be Maud at_tbe old plaou for fau,,,,, h ,
• fan: lib 1872. B. T. VAN MAIN.. I I
Victer Carriage Shop.
TaE nwlersigned wleb to call thn attention of the
poblie to the tacttbat they areinsunfacturine from
the dieleost selected tuateridla, the latest aLCI
approvcd ktylee of
of Chronic and Acute Rheumatism, Reunifies, Liati
bago, Sciatica, Kidney, and Nervous Diseases, alter
years of suffering, by taking Dn. Fan art's Vt.:or.-r.tiLE
finny - a:Arm Evutts--the scientific discovery of .1. P.
Filler, li. D., a regular graduate physician, with ti /min
we are personally acquainted, who has for 'NJ years
treated those diseases exclusively with astonishine i t
suits. We believe it our cltriattau duty, after il;lit ,
oration, to consciebtionsly request sufferers to nae it,
especially persona in meth tate circumstances ii ho
cannot afford to waste money and time on worthless
mixtures. As clergymen wo seriously feel the dire
responsibility resting' on us in publicly emits:Jim( this
medicine. But our knowledge and experience et its
remarkable merit fully justifies our actliat• ltov I'.
U. Ewing, 'lied's, Penn's, suffered sister 0 .tear',,
came hopeless. Rev. Thomas Idurpl,y. I) I) , Ft.ir.X.-
ford, Plated's. Rev. J. 13. Davis, ilattididowit, 'sew
tersey. Rev. J. S. Buchanan, Clarence, lowa. licv•
ii. G. Smith, Plttsford, New York. ller. Joseph lict4s,
Piffle Choral, Philadelphia. Other testimonials in ni
!Nonaters, Governors, Judges, Congressmen, Ph; sl
euths, Ate., forwarded gratis ,with pamphlet expluni•
lug there diseases. one tilollit(Uld sitAblvv, will b e la ,
suited to any medicine for same fdiseases showing
equal merit under test, or that can produce one-fourth
as many living cures. Any person Isending by letter
description of affliction will receiN h gratis a legally
signed guarantee, naming the nu her of bottles to
cure, agreeing to refund money upon sworn statement
of its failure to cure. Afflicted invited to write to Dr
ritler.Philadelphia. His valuable advice costs nothing.
WOOD & SCOVILLE, Agents,
TUE ASSORTMENT IS tHE BEET,
TUE vmuEnt of NEW BTVIEB THE pIaAIIEST,
of any stock ever brought into Tine county
13 coris Pro IR,
~a a 1 is
Van Horn ,t'Chandler;
ISi;o-ciisriorit ti, H. T. Vail Horn)
tittle l'AttlAitt AND . tlilANAtill: surr,
e s o),10,‘8; (4.Piro9tEsi,'rel'E-A-'l'rrck.
Id A BASLE AND kVOt ti.) TOY C.ES'IT.tt '1%11.1J n
HAP ItACJiN '
FANCY llnAlitzt, Cal It1;010i,
OVAL AND IitiOARE ,VILA ALE'S. BILD 'IL -
:TN, POItE Nu. Ir 11 AI ft MAlTitAt'll
LIGHT & HEAVY CARRIWCIES,
'and - aino the fine CUT•UNDER PLATPOIVAI CAR
RIAGE, no convenient for turning about 111 a nail Or
Wshall Loop always 971 hand a good assortment of
/niggles and Platform Wagons, and customers non,
abroad may rely on finding here Jost what they v ant
amid at an low a price as is consistent with •
Ortl4;i l e promptly filled Our place is at A:4 old
stand of Bradford L. - Compton, near the Troy House.
Troy, Pa.. May 6, 1673-ly. E. F. LILLEY,
i ade.at the Elklaud FaCtOy and nett' cheap at
HOLESALE Ac, RETAIL.
Parkes will'fluti it for their interest to l'a illor write
bolero parchuaieg elsewhere.
A price Het will ha forwarded Fltb:F. ou applicattuu
117. B, MEAD,
FAldantl, Tiogn Ca.,
April 8, 1873.-6188
THOHAM BROTHERS, Proprietors of the above Mills,
will manufacture as naval to outer, th unit Matiliriledli.
,i OUR CASSIMERES
. e warranted. Particular attention given to
Roll Carding & Cloth Dressing
We manufacture to order, anii do all kinds of Roll-
Carding and Oloth Dressing, and defy competition.
We have as good an asam fluent of
Full Cloths, Cassimeres, (5-c.,
and give more for Wool in exchange than any other
establishment. Try them and satisfy yourselves.
We wholesale and retail at the Covianesllue mills, '2
miles below• Knoxville. a
Jan. 1, 1872.
J. H. Griswold's Water Wheel.
'FIHR undersigned, aro agents for. the above Water
I 'Wheel, and can cheerfully recommend it RR supe
rior to all others in use. Persons wishing to pur
chase should see this wheel iu operation before buy.
ng other wheels. MO EfAM BROS.
Deerfield, play 15, 157'2.
Read the &flowing:
WESTFIELD, AIMIL 24, 3872.
%Valli.) undersigned. purchased one of J. It, On-
weld's 30 ineli Water Wheele using 03 inches of water
to run three run of stone muter a no foot head, and are
well pleat:lea with the wheel. Wd have ground Sixty
bushels per hour with the three run and can aversge
that amount per hour all day.
W x.ll Pap z.
Riiith i n , iv oiboaks.
THE PHI( ES THE CHEAPEST,
WELI 4130110, PA
FRUIT J'ARS; &0.,
El speciality at
INGHA3I EEO/ at. 129
,A. D. PIIILLIPS.
(3/1A SIZON PHILLIPS