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saw her last nigh, at a party, '
(The elegant party a Mead's.l
And looking remarkably hearty •
For a widow who woo in her Wee.,l4 ;
Yet I know she was suffering eitifrilW
Too deep for the tongue to.eapreas. -
Or why had she chosen to borrow
go much frum the language of dress!
}ter shawl was as sable as night, '
And her gloves were as dark as her shawl,
And her jewels that flashed in the light,.
Were as black as a funeral pall.
rler robe had the hue of the rest,
(How nicely it fitted her shape!)
And the grief that was heaving her breast,
Dolled over In billows of crape.
What teary of ‘iCAriollift woe,
That el e might have solliefl her face,
Were laptity permitted to flow -
In ribbons of ebony lace;
'Mille oven her fan in tta play
Mid quite a lugubrious scope,
And seemed to be waving away
Tbo ghost of the An l gell of Ilope.
Yet as rich as the robed of a queen
Was the sombre apparel she wore.
I'm contain I never bad seen - •
suehismuptuous sorrow before;
And Lc uldn't help thinking the beauty.
In mourning the-loved and the lost,
Was ding her conjugal duty.
EUtitely regardless of colst.
Ono wOtild say Bitch deVetton
Performed at Eo vast fill expense,
Betrayed au excess of emoUdu -
That really was something immense;
Anil yet wi I viewed, at my leisure,
Those tokens of tender regard,
I thought, it was scarce without measure,—
The sorrow that goes by the yard.
Ab, grief is a curious passion;
And yours,-.li am sorely afraid,
The very next phase of tho fashion, •
Will find it beginning to fade
Though dark ere the shadows of gri..f,
• The morning will follow the night,
lialf tints will betoken relief.
Till Joy shall be symboled in white!
Alt, well I—it were idle to quarrel
With fashion, or aught it may do;
And so I conCludo with a moral •
And a metaphor—warranted now:
When measles come handsomely out,
The patient is safest they say,
Ana the sorrow is mildest, no uneht,
That' works in a similar way.
Success Is the world's criterion of merit;
fidelity is Clod's.
Forgiveness is the way by which every
saved soul enters heaven.
He is wise who mixes reflective and med
itative piety with eflorts to do good and to
All ideas of heaven in which forgiveness
has not a place, are castles in the air and
Blessed are they who sec the day of glo
ry; hut more blessed are they who contrib
ute to its apploneb.
Severe discipline, if the heart lie right,
tends to' develop ripeness, richness, and
symmetry of 'Christian character. • .
Rev. Dr. Lyman, rector of Trinity church
iii San Francisco, has accepted the assist.
ant Bishopric of the Diocese of North Car
• Mimi, to which he was elected last June:
Dhe departure of Dr. Lyman from this
iocese will be a severe loss.
' This is the way the Congregational• min- 1
isters are paid in Vermont. Only about one
third of the churches pay their ministers
promptly; sixty-five pay from $4OO to $050;
thirty-eight pay $l,OOO or more; thirteen
not-more than $500; twenty-five $OOO or lessr;
forty-three less than SSOO.
But - there is really so little reason why
bodies having the same faith and the same
form dr church order and discipline should
continue= to be separate and even rivals,
that we cannot doubt that union will tri
umph over all the obstacles that now post
pone it. The grounds of attraction are so
much mote weighty than anything that can
be urged in opposition, but one result is
possible.—Examiner and Chronicle.
4 A San Francisco correspondent of the
Christian. Intelligence? writes: "I frequently
visit the Chinese chapel under the care of
the faithful missionaries, Rev. Messrs. Loo
mis and Condit, and this evening I witness
ed the baptism of eleven Chinese young men.
Both sacraments were administered, the
hou4o was crowded, and the meeting was
one of thrilling interest. It is remarkable
i that after a trial of — inoic than twenty years
1 an accession like this should have blessed
--,, the little mission, coming as if the work of
la few weeksi"
The Foreign Committee of the Protestant
Episcopal Church in the United States an
nouncetbrit since the day of prayer for an
increased supply of missionaries, in Decem.
ber last, a missionary physician luta lmen
raised up and appointed for Japan, five
young men in the Theological Seminary in
Wisconsin have expressed an earnest desire
to be sent to the foreign field; two presby
ters and four deacons in Hayti, colored Men,
also, in seminaries and elsewhere, - the re
sponse comes, "Here am I, send me."
In regard to the Baptist, missions in Eu
rope, the chapel in Paris, France, it is hop
ed will be completed this year. The pres
ent number of members in Paris is 81; bap
tized during the year, 7. Total number of
members in France, so fur as reported, 41:;.
In Germany the work has gone forward, as
in former years. In Sweden there are 221
churches; baptized last year 877; members
9,412. Only 49 churches have meeting
houses. The work in Sprain and Greece has
been hindered by various obstaeles I and
makes little progress. The total of bap
tisms in all the missions of the Union last
year was 4,310. Total of members, allow
ing 1,200 for Africa, not less than 57,512.
• On the first Sunday after Trinity the ex
periment was tried of making a collection
in all the churches of London for the hos
pitals of that city. It developed a unity of
action by different religious bodies upon a
specifically religious matter, which was
quite remarkable. All sorts and conditions
of nten,—Christians, Jews, and poSsibly
heathens emulated each other in their con
tributions to the hospital fund. Time Queen
Lent two princes to represent her at St.
Paul's, in London; the Roman Catholic
Archbishop of Westminister issued a com
mendatory circular letter upon the subject,
which was read before all the Roman Cath
olic congregations; and the jews pledged
limp contributions on the day before, at
Making all due allowance-for the anxiety
of affection to pay its most delicate offer
ings to the memory of the beloved dead, and
remembering , too, that from large circles
of relatives and friends there may naturally
be a very great aggregate of these- memori
als, common-sense dictates that there is a
point at which reverence involuntarily
- pauses; where grief tenderly protests against
gm very appearance of pompoms parade,
Ind religion shrinks from ostuffatious lash
on. We do not object to approprihte and
modest floral emblems, but this excessive
display in public religious services, and es
over the dead, is against good test - ,
and refined religious principle. In 0:, . i ' l sl—
in many other matters of Christlo- •—' --
-the word of Ood furnishes ti... ~;,,,.‘ in ~,4 '
"Let your moderation 1 , - '' '''"'F — -"T.
, known unto .11
men."—Christull. hp- -
The CI tliViP --
J esu it s o f r• eO?4 S :1Y A that the expelled
lids er-- ,ermany are rapidly an iving in
. D ., ...entry. The llovre steamer the oth
..r day brought a 'party of ten, and the Bre
men packet is said to have brought twenty
the or til;lly. ,The writer of the article
says that "but few of them are to be per
manently located here; their ultimate des
tination being the Far West, along the line
of the Pacitio Railroads. With her custo-
mary worldly foresight, Rome has. discov
ered there a new empire, worth an effort to
conquer,,if only to counterbalance the ter
Able fa] Mg away which confronts her pas
im ,inl to Eastern hemisphere. These ex
wiled esuits, who are now wandering
through the streets of New York, with all
the familiarty of people who are to the man-
Or born, are but the pioneers, or the sap.
pers and miners, of the cohorts who are to
follow from time to time."
The following sensible bit of writing we
take from the Baptist heimiiner and Chrom;
de, apropos of a late occurrence in ChicagO':
"Is it bigotry ? Rev. Arthur Brooks had a
visitation from his Bishop.
,At the Com-
inunion service, instead of- following the
;Rubric, and inviting to the table all such as
. be religiously' and devoutly disposed, he
gave a general invitation to all Christians.
The Bishop shook his head, mildly rebuked
the rector for his departure from the ordi
naryirule, and received from the rector the
assurance that he would not sin again in
that direction when the Bishop was present.
The Bishop has received from the Union
Press the usual measure of condemnation
for enforcing the rules of the Church. Es
pecially, it is said, as the invitation given by
Mr. Brooks was in substance the sante as
that in the Rubric, If nothing was to be
gained by a' departure front theltiles of the
church, why not keep them ? 'When Mr.'
Brooks was Ordained hie held atThe chancel
rails and received in the most solemn form
the Bible, the Prayer Book, the Rubrics,
and the Canons of the Church. If he haul
changed his opinion on discipline, doctrine;
or service, the honest way would have been
• to give back his adhesion and pledge, in
, stead of violatifig the laws of his church."
ESTABLISHED IN 1849.
VAIN' r rE•I 3 VOS I IE I ,'N -Sr.
A. 'WEST, 0 N aOf
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS
PARTIOTLAR ATTENTION PAID TO
GANCi SAW MILLS, ENGLISH, lIIULAY & CIRCULAR MILLS,
'Water Wheels-suited to all heads of water, Tannery Irons; Bridge Irons, &a.
.In experience by our Mr. U' 11. Calkins of over twenty
years as a 'Machinist and s Foreman, enables us,
by ,his personal supevision, to make
- 7 - strictly first-class Goods.
Fop. 18. 1.873.-17
G. PRESTON. - •
.PRESTON & HE - ERMANS
IRON ' FOUNDERS a .,_ mAciliNismc ,
111Alkiln4OTUEEIt9 OF ,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Circular, Gang and Afikley Saw Mills, Machinery for
Tanneries, Shafting, Gearing and Castings of
every description in Iron and Brass.
ins-Afaebinory of all kinds repaired promptly awl at reasonable rates.- 13
Corning, August ES, 187/.-ly
24051 vent =CM 2' ►T► M I,4Min Yarn
Has gone to Arezv York tolncy a stock of Spring and Sam-
titer Goods. He intends to buy from the best markets at
bi l 4toi L In d 'ices, and he will have some splendid bailgains
to offer his customers when he returns.
He has NOW on hand , a quantity of .Clothin4 and
Dress Goods which he wants out of the Way, and he takes
this meth l od of informing yoa,confl,dentially - ,that he will
sell them C.IIE4P---if you, don't believe it, call and see.
:MINGLE MILLS AND ENOINk.'S ALWAYS ON BAND
• 11 , v.. , . 4 -
• t .P"1 94-5 7.
Al Aft" Al% Pi - .• el ri
Maple and Fahey PRP iNolliPS,
DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HAT'S, CAPS, BOOT%
Shoes, &0.,. Suitable for the spring Trade
/Lf . y stock has been procured frOm the best Markets in the country, duel therefore you
wilt be satisfied lnith prices.
Corning 36 4 ouriary & Macbins Shop,.
. 33. W. imsagrri.e• cfc Mamie,
Manufacturemof Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers. Gearing, Shafting and Machinery required
for Saw Mills, Goat Mills and Tanneries, Ovens and Grates, for burning Tau. Screws for moving unleachod
and leached barbs (Jastings, Bole, Railroad Frogs, Chairs, and Repairing done at short notice. We have fa
cilities for shipping by Canal or Railroads to all points, and can furnish Machinery cheaper than Eastern or
Western builders of the best quality.
Jan. 1, 1872-Iy.
800 KEGS OF NAILS
4,000 Cords of Hemlock Bark
CONTRACTS will be made for the purchase of Bark
peeled and delivered the ensuing season, at $4.00
per cord of 2,200 lbs; cash on delivery.
Bark peeled last year will be received for the next
ninety days at $4 per cord of 2,200 lbs; cash on de
Wo will make contracts for peeling 1,000 cords of
bark on lands of the Pennsylvania Joint Land and
Lumber Co. BAILEY, I,OWELL k CO.
Wellsboro, May 13, 18711-tf.
POMEROY BRO'S 8 SMITH,
BLOSSBURG, Tioga County, Penn'a.
BUSINESS PAPER NEGOTIATED,
POMEROY Ifso's BANKERS, W. H. Bmrru,
Feb. 4, 1873-tf.
Nos pat veceived large stock of
GREAT EXCITEMENT !
LAVA BEBS VACATEB TY.
BUY WHERE YOU CAN BUY
TUE CHEAPEST : :
IS our advice, because we know that after you havu
examined our Stock you will be convinced that
1s the place to purchase
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Hats and Gaps, Clotbiug
Boots and Shoes, White Goods, Groceries, Gent's
Furnishing Goode, Sic., a varied stock suitable for
the Spring and Summer Trade. Wo cordially invite
you ail to examine our stock.
CORNING, NTF.UBEN COUNTY, N. T.
men t s nellsils
TEI DJLISTABLE.SPE6O BED!
artiett's Patent June 21, 1870.
pring, elastic Siat.
With only a single ma rens. For durability, comfort,
cleanliness, and adjust ent it has no equal. A su
perior bed for the sick-r m, as well as for Persons in
health. Orders solicited the proprietor for Tioga
county. J. S. PALMER,
April 1, 1873.-tf. Mansfield, Pa.
EcreVAVatCHIN a HALL.
Mrs. co.G C,
HAVING returned to WeHON,.
ed her trade in the mannhtel
would respectfully say to her
would be glad to see all who
their calls. She can be found
Johnson, the Barber,
1111 NH IL W. 'WWI 6nrt remo‘i-d li r Moak Store to
1111 tho Into tvaltleope or Lutior opponile Vol)
ttorWit 11010. 'Stitinway and other
Lur l•p111.. I ft 7111,
•rp, .81...111 .•1 pla••tl' t.. 11k4.f4
IF) so - talc, A. at Prtt
Vl'reign anti uo►westic Liti ttors
NEW DRUG FIRM
TAYLOR & SPALDING
Pilluleliale and Dahill Dealers la
P A TENT 31. ED ICI NES
DYE -STUFFS, PERF,UMERY,
Haying made special arrangements vita the liioBl3-
burg Glass Company. we can furnish Glees at lowest
rates to - parties wishing to buy, in large quantities,
shipped direct trout the factory.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Family I?
girMr. Spalding bus bad sevoial y
in the drug business, and Is tberougl
its branches.. TAYLOR
Wsßeber?, Pu., June 24, Itna-tr.
Tioga Marble W.
IIE undersigned. Is now proparod t.
dors for 'lota Stones and Monuml
Italian, or Ruticfhid
of the West style and approved workm
He keeps constantly on hand both lc'
and will bo ablo to NUR all who may
their orders. on as reasonable terms as
in the country.
TRUMAN & BO
SW ML'anrthfultlandALthe...reaAy fill all
orders with promptness and dispatch.
Fencing Boards, Bill Timber, Shingles, Lath, Wood,
&c., constantly on hand,
April 2k.-t. f,
MRS. SOFIELD announces to the public that sh
has a very large and desirable stock of Millinery
and Ladles' Furnishing and Fancy Goods, which are
offered at very low rates.
LADIES' SUITS, PARASOLS,
HOSIERY, LACES, and -
Notions; also ready-tuade white goods in every variety
The public are cordially invited to inspect and
Wellaboro, May 13, 1873-6 m.
Highest Market Price in
tor WOOL. ayheir BOOT AND SHOE STORE, in
which we propose to soli as Row as can be purchased
in any market west of Now York.
We Defy Competition on our Cuetom•Made
Oil per day! Agents wanted I All class
-85 TO 8 4,11 J es of working people, of either sex,
young or old, make more money at work for us in
their spare moments, or all the time, than at anything
else. Particulars free. Address G. Stinson & Co.
Portland, Maine. Sept. 24,1872-Iy.
G LASSWARE in endless variety at
RIEND I if you are afflicted with CANCfl.la,s.ome
immediately to the Cancer Infirmary of Dr. J. H.
Crane, Addison, N. Y., where you will be -promptly
treated and.cured, If you omeiutime. When reach
ing the It. R. Depot at thi place, ask for the Amer'.
can Hotel omnibus; it will take you direct to the In
firmary. If you wish ibr references, send for Circu
lar without delay. Charges always reasonable.
June 2C /578-27.
MV44Ati . ,l>
• .v-IL-41;- t,
for *alio wary
N 1 . - c; • t
t NEA it.....0.1q1
i'4l 4P, -4aftd.,.
A:11,A.1.5-1.N.1 h 1 , E.A1 Ell IN
WINES, &c., 4:,0
Agent for Fine Old Whiskies,
Jai.. I. 1H72. CORNINO. N. Y
FANCY ARTICLES, tic.
WALKER & LAT
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
STOVES, TIN-WARE, DELI
SAWS, CUTLERY, WAT •
Carriage and Ramos T.
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1872.
ed itl'e prepared to pay the
T HE tinders(
Sears's Brick Block.
We will be ple%eed to have our Mende call and
EXAMINE OUR STOCK OF
CALL A'AID SEE US
C. W. Bailie,
I. M. Bourns. J
Welleboro, Pa., Juno!), 1873.4 f.
g • •'
'eciees d atiirale
ply posted In all
execute all or
.nta of either
nds of Marble
avor him with
can bo obtained
TRUMAN & BOWEN
done promptly, and In the best manner: The beat
workmen employed, and Two but the best seasoned
lumber used. Encourage home tndnstry.
Factory near the foot of Main Street.
Jan. I, 1872-tf. BENJ AUSTIN.
H AS the largest and beat selected stack of
niBOUTS - AND SIIOES
ever brought into Wellsbore., eonsiatiug of
Ladies' Kid- and Cloth . Bahnor-
Ladies, Misses, Children and
Gents' Cloth 'Boots and Shoes,
Prince Albert Calf IBoots,
Boys' Calf & Boots,
In feet, all kinds of Mena' and Women's wear kept
in a first-class Shoe Store. The best sewed l'i'otnau's
Shoes ever offered In this market. rdefy tho world
SEARS dc BODINE
If you don't believe it, try me. I buy only the best
stock, and have as good Cordwainers as money can
of all kinds constantly on hand
CASH PAID FOR HIDES, DEACON' SKINS,
Having Just lined up my shelves with a choice
stock, personally selected fur this market, I, respect
fully solicit a fair share of trade. "Small profits and
quick returns," I believe to be a good business max
im ; and 1 he'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 patrons 'and the
public generally to call and examine my stock. No
trouble to show goods. Always to be found, one
door north of 0.• B. Kelley's store, Main street,
Wellsboro, Pa. JOHN FIKILEB.
Fob, 1,18754 f.
IS PURELY ft VEGETABLE PREPARATION;
COB/Meek 6 1 3: 11 PlY of weltknotm ROUTS,
HERBS. and FRUITS, (-cull:Med w:th other
ifroperties, which to their nature aro a.thertic.
Aperient, Nutritious, Diuretic, Alterative ud Anti-
Bilious. The whole la preserved in a sufficient
quantity of Spirit from the St UGAR. CANDI to
keep them in any climate. whichinakee tho
3ne of the Moat deairablo Ton lea land efi r
tiefl in Vie world. They aro Ix:tended atrietly aa a
domestic OniC, /
only to bo used as a modleine;and alw;lyerordiog'
They are the shoetyinehor of the fc.Ll • end de
bilitated. They act l pen a di ..eapc.,l t.:43
stimulate to such a d groe, that a Ilea shy a a , n as
at once brought about. As a r. nerdy to v...:och
Warners carts especially subject, it 1.4
every other stimulant. .An a Sp, toga.. at:i
nter l'anic, they have no equal. '4 4y a1t...4
rend and gentle l'arcutive so well es Toile. 'lacy
Purity the )3iood. They are iv splendid Appetizat.
Tney make the weak strong. Thry an in.
viceratel. They cure ityyps 141:a. Const.pstrt, end
lieudaclie. They Last pa in ail s,p-cie.44 - ot
dmordors which 11113e1 tame the Loatly etre , .
41 , !..wn the unlit - 44a Ai +iet t ± rt.
~epot, 63 l'alk 1'I.• •,
'. r ' - 1
Li 1011 1 56
•:- ..-:.,, 1
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It prornntee the GROWTH, PRESER
VE.; Ole COLOR, and increases the
ti Vtgar .:nd BEA UT Vo f the HAIR.
OVFR TATIVIT YEAP,S3 A GO I YON'B TCATTPI2SO7.7 FOE
a wee firstptired in the market by Professor
E. Thonnis Lyon tigiuduate ofrPriu. eton college.
The name is derived from the--44eek - Earifite,"
signifying to cleanstf. piirtfiy, rvemnafr, O, reVtire.
The favor it has reeerved. and filo po,".ularity it has
obtained, is imp efji and Incredible. It in
areasee. the Clinic, ry of s the HAUL- Itiß
a delightinl dreF•Aing, It . • )cotes dandruff. It
prevents the Hair from t. r:., .g (nay. It keeps the
head cool, sod gil",tll tin hail a rich, soft, glossy al - •
pow atico. It 18 ti•e (PIANTrrY and QUAL.I 4 / I
as it was over a c rosy AGO, and in
sold by all I._try :-torLs at G.2i
Centu pur .
Cf? , I A , , ,, .
; • I W P R 4f °man s gl ory is & r Hair,
`s;:• i .,
t q k : :
-_, ~4 6 , -, r i'; h 4. i i i‘ 1:4
May 1 , 187a.-Rot ~y
Boor, Sash Blind Factory'
BENJAMIN ArSTIN, is prepared to furnish first
clams work front the best limber, at his now fac
tory which is nor' in full operation.
Sui4h, Doors ,
~ i ,
110111X15Z D ,, 21/01E1HI D
constantly on hand, or manufactured to - order
Planing - and Matching ,
als and Gaiters,
REPAIRING done neatly, and with cliepateh.
Leather and Findings
PELTS AND FLTIZS.
'ti'3• l 4 l , 2 t
' 0•1 4 1 4 1 k.
rr 4i : • 3 % "` i
vtilt 'to ce fiti - e t y, ; LIO per dozeu , and ucc - rAtv:
faanlis equally Atop ut
11.1 - 'll 'JP I T : 9 14 ip
Wl..k if sill
I I'AVE bus , / ou frihiblitou and snt, I . „M
the largest and ittoßtlgni,oet, , tt „- L Waro
FINE ANP COMIION FURNITUIth
Lr, It ronini lu N4wtherti Vithmisylvauiti, courtHiag
1%1A1ti31..1•; ANL) C.VNTEJI
HAT RACER, FANCY .CHAT H,
011 AL ANi).SQUARE FRAIIII,B, BILWA.
ETS, PURR No. I HAIR
and aLult stuck of the conimon 1101 Cly
a first-dna - a eldablishnieut. Thu al "yie g0.,0x are larg,
ly of their 01‘11 manufacture, and al% ctlan la gnu.
ailtetd b o th 4 , 3 W quality and price f TI :y sell tbe
Wovon, Wire .4 attrass
tll funk poptilar apriiig alar ILe Tarkg
dauntn on trial t". - +r 17 yeas aria 0,
oil 1/ ill VOrckal mati trial
to aupt,lied with all sties of the tin elsior utel, t
and I,atitifill style of belgal east- tog, titer with t.,14
hittds of lott:Ltit ntruitafttettot., v 22 2 22
10 Matt It. fliey tr‘ ill mute initlerl2ll ti.t;
iallty tit their irtlfline3tt, nod any Deeding llfrir
will be att,litled to promptly, and at fiatlgWr ( qty star.
t(1.14. Odd 1/1 , AP71 Of Furnitore mado, 22 , 22 d Turi,thi
all kinds done with neatnet, and tiler:M-1,
To wrion -a MAY CONC.EI , I I . - -11t31114; fOrullt I , q. (,
lam entitled to a little rest. after rilarly 40 yeses 0 .
application to business , 1 hate pan , ied over tne ire, :
Lure bunions to •-the lloyn" ea per above edema,..
went, and take this metbtio of asthic for tn.iiii rte
name liberal patronage ao ha 9 been extended t, i .,,._
My books may be found at the old place ror aettli.lo,l
Jan. 10. 1812. 11. T. YANI liCiliN,
'ifictor Carriage Shop.
undersigned «isL to call the all Ninon
pnblic to the fact that they are r0uunt.n.,1111:1411.41
the choicest selected materials, the latc-,t and r..it
approved styles. of
LIGHT & HEAVY CA RIAM:
and also the fine C(IT-tTND}IL PL 11F(ifim
ItlAt3E, so convenient for turning abetit in a hamar
Wo.altall. keep always an lon•I a gond w.uortairil ct
Buggies and Platform Wagone, and hustma t
abroad may rely on finding bete just n hat they Rita
and at as low a priro as t NI It h
Ordrrs promptly fllthd. Our Pth, a is at the (LI
stand of Bradford &: Coniutuo, ut ar the 110 y M. Off
D %NMI.. COMPTON,
Troy, Pa.. May 6,'1237;1-13. E. F. !ALMA,
tiith:' , at the Ellchthd nietr y and lirap et
11101 LESA LE A: RETAIL.
Partite wlll find it for their intaroit In,all or iftita
before purolusing e,
A price list will be forwarded FREE un smillestiou
to W. 11. dihalk,
April 8, 1873.-61wo. ' D10(1114,1 'up Co ,
TNOTIAM BILOTHEttS. Proprietors of the abov,llllll,
1, will Manufacture a l s usual to order, to snit in - Women.
are warranted. Particular attention gi% en to
Roll Carding & Cloth Dressing
We manufacture to order, and do all kinds of 11.)11
Carding and Cloth Dreaatug, and defy competition.
We have as amid an nasortment of
Full Cloths, Cassimeres, (Se.,
and give more for Wool in exchange than any other
establishment. Try them and satisfy yourselves.
We wholesale and retail at the Cowanesque Mina, /
miles below Knoxville.
Jan. 1, 1872. LIGHAM BROTHERS.
J. H. Griswold's Water Wheet
fralii undersigned, are agents for the above Wahr
I Wheel, and can cheerfully recohiruend It as 6nr,
rlor to all others in use. rereads wishing, to per.
abase should see this wheel ill opeistion before buy
ing other wheels.BßOS.
Deerfield, May 15, 1872:
Wo the undersigned, purchased one of J. IL - 01i3
hold's SO inch Water Wheels uaing 68 inches of wafer
to run three run Of stone under a 10 foot head, endue
well pleased with the wheel. We have ground mil
bustle% per hour with the tb,ree run and can average
(hat amount per hour all dak.
E. D. PHILLIPS.
• (MARLTON P11 . 1 5 T IPS
pf Chronic and .Vats itheuniatil Nt archon, Lisa.
Lego, Sciatieu, libitot., all.(1 liervo Hi Diet ahl". ;our
jean; of allirvihug, by taints lln. VIJA.LICS VI9.I;IAGLI:
, iIttIMIATIC Si tiur--the sat mine di -, eve: is J.l'
Filler, IL D., a regular gm intimate play at. WI, a 911 MI ,lii
wo are personally acquainted, who has tor 39 yt als
treated these diseases exclusotely Will astontslitha ie.
sults. We believe it our christianduty, after deli! ,
oration, to conscieutionsly request utirrers to use ,1,
eSPecifillY persons in moderate efectinistknees I‘l,l
minuet afford tO w este money and time on wen till, ss
miatures. As clergymen we seriously feel the db cp
responsibility resting on us In publicly endorsing th.s
medicine. But our knowledge and experience-of its
remarkable merit fully justifies our action. 11tev. C.
11. Ewing, lifedia, Penn's, suffered sixtien years, I`, ,
came hopeless. Rev. Thomas Aimpliy, B D., Fraul,
ford, Philad'a. Rev. J. D. Davis, llightstow it, 11i a
Joilsey. Rev. J. 8. Buchanan, Clarence, lowa. 1 c'..
G. G. Smith, Pittsford, New York. Rev. Joseph lit g..:z,
Fails Church, Philadelphia. Other testimenisli. ft , 1.1
Senators, Governors, Judges, Congrcksmeu, I bj. , ..
C1(1118, &C,..,. -fOr NN nrded watts Ai ith pamphlet rq,l, •
ing thesis diseases. One thousand dollars a 11, b, pre
sented to any medicine for same ditienel'il stoning
equal merit under teat, or that can produce on e -lisstii
as many living cures. Any person sending 1.3 hit, r
description of affliction will receive gratis a Muhl'}
signed guarantee, naming the umber of bottles I.
cure, agreeing to refund money Ton mein stab irtd 1
of Its failure to cure. Afflicted united to write to he
Fitler,Philadelphin. Iris vainabl advice coats nothing
- WOOD & ti pviLLE. A ge l . o,
TILE AssonrminsiT, Is fHE IfFST
THE VARTETY*F NEW STIT.F.S; TUF. GREATEST,
of • any stork wat' brought lnioyioga county
FRUIT JARS, &e.,
A apviality at
(Successor* to D. T. Val, /141
Ft PARLOR AND
SOFAS. CODDIIKR, 'TEI'E-A.IIA EH,
Jun. M. Irl7l
Deerfield Woolen Ming!
Read the following
WESTFIELII, APRIL 2L I i 2.
THE PRICES THE CHEAPEST,
WELLSBORO, P 4