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Worn' Soiia tiOrdet:
Dl or.rvsu traNDEtt
, e Caliph ordered Up his book, ..' '
a; scowling with a fearful look' '' •
__„ nit moant,wo stand no gamtnon,—,_
I'TO-Morrow, ittat at tivo," 4 ho said, -
UREIBEIII, Otii Cook," 4'0111013e hie head, -
Or servo us up a salinon."
vliCireet, Sire," the trembling Chef replic ,
r'%ord of t,ho Earth and all beside, • '
--. i • , Stm,moon, and stars, and soon,—"'
' (Look in Eothen—thero you'll bud
A list of titles. Never mind, . 2_ • ,
' I haven't time to go on:)
"Great Sire," and so forth, thus he spoke,
"Yob/ Ilighnees must intend a joke;
It doesn't stand to7eascrn
For ono to 'order Minion brought
UniesS that fish hisometimes caught,
And also is in season:
"Cinr tack of late is Blocking bad,. ' •
In fact the latest catch we bad - '
pre kept The matter shadyr,l_
Bnt, hauling in our uefs,—alack 1
j We found no salmon. but a sack
Fq ...- • That held your honored lady i" .
1 •.—"Allah la &Mtn' ,tll4 calipWßaid,
e' "bly poor .Zuletkai you are dead,
". . I once took Intereatin yon—"
-.... •'Perhaps, my Lord, you'd like to know:
,o cut the lines and lot her go."
"Allah be praised I Continue." 1
—•qt isn't hard one's hoOk to bait,
And, squatting down, to watch and wait
To Deo the cork go under; - ,
At last suppoan yott'vo got your bite,
You twitch away with all your might--
You'vo hOokod arLeet, by thunder
Tho Caliph pattedllfasitalea head:
..slave. thou,base. Fi)oken Well.".he bald,
"And won thym i lster's favor.
Yea; stns what hap erred morn,
pip salmon of :the Golden Horn
might haves redonbthil
"That last remark about the eel
Etas also justice that we feel
Quite to our satisfaction.
trorrow we dispense with fish,
for the present, if you wish,
You'll keep your bulbous fraction."
"Thanks!. Thanks f" tho grateful Chef replied,
His mxtriout features showing wide -
Thd gleam of arches dental:
"To.eut my head okwouldn't pay,
I find it usettil every day
Vi well a. 4 ornamental."
SALAD FOR THE SERIOUS.
Theyleil thostory of a captain of- a North
River boat, who was something of a wag
in his way. A committee of the Now York
Legislature was on the captain's boat mak
ing a tour .of inspection, and one of the
members; who knew the captain 'of old, at.
tempted to extract amusement for himself
and his fellow-members by rallying the cap
tain °kr' his pivadortg, as it was reported that
ho sdinetiinesiridulged in that exercise.
"Or said the captain, "I've taken to the
law lately.'!-, •
Senator—" Not ben admitted?"
captain—ti Yes, regularly; passed my ex
aminat:on in open court." ,
Senator—" And nuswered hll the ques
tions fitir and square, eaptuinl"
Ceptnin-•`Al1 but one." .
Senator-And what was that?"
Captain—"l don't like to tell; it may hurt
yotir feblings, and some of the gentlemen
here:may be offended."
411—" No; out with it; what wasit? Let's
Captld . —"Well, the judge asked me,—
and I egn dn't tell—Mow can, a man go to
tlie'Legthlature, get three dollars a day, ptty
five dollars afiay for his board, and lay Up
'The committees -aye the captain a rottut
of applause, and'invited him to supper bat
night; which he positively declined. Li
The pnrsuit of - information is sometimes
attended with difficulties, even in San Fran
cisco. One inquirer, who• applied to the
Chronic/4, for information as to where Cain
obtaineft his wife, is cruelly rebuffed, the
only reply vouchsafed him being this: "Up
on any-subject of a public nature we never
refuse to throw the desired light. But this
is altogether a different thing. It is a fami
ly matter with which we do not care to med
dle. (Jain died some time before many of
us were born, and such idle curiosity regard- -
ing the family affairs of a deceased person
we regard as reprehensible, and calculated
to violate the sanctities of domestic' life.
For these reasons, and Decause we do not
wish to injure the feelings of the relatives
of the deceased, we decline to answer the
A fat old gentleman was bitten in the calf
of his leg by a dog. Ile at'once rushed to
the magistrate, and preferred a complaint
against a joker in the neighborhood, whom
he supposed to be the owner of the offend
ing cur. The following was the defense off
ered by the wag: "1. By testimony in favor
of the general good character of my (10g, I
shall prove that'nothing could make him so
forgetful of his canine dignity as to bite a
calf. 2d. He is blind 1 and cannot see .to
bite. 3d. Even if he dould see to bite, it
would lie utterly in%possible for him to go
out of his way t do so, on account of his
severe lamenes 4th. Granting his eyes
and legs to be ood, ho has no teeth. sth.
My dog died six weeks ago. 6th. I never
had any dog." 1
A traveler, on his arrival in the city, stop
ped for' a moment to examine a coat hang
ing in front of a clothing store, when the
proprietor rushed out and asked: "Wouldn't
you try on some coats?" "I dunno but I
would," responded the traveler, consulting
his time killer, and'he went in and began to
work. No matter how often he found his
cite called for more coats, and after he had
tried on thirty, he lOoked at his watch, re
sumed, his Own garment, and walked off,
saying; "I won't charge- a cent for what I've
done; hang a man who won't oblige another
when he can do it I If I'm ever around this
way again, and you've got any , more coats
to try on, I'll do all I can to he i lp you I'
"Iteests as Bauch," said a lecturer the
other day in*Now-York, "to launch a wo
man on the sea of lifo in these times as It
would to fit out a small schooner. As to
sails, cordage, pennants, and streamers, the
diflerence is in favor of the schooner. As
to a Woman's outfit she has to be freighted
with bonnets, vellS, necklaces, earrings,
pins,'cliains, bracelets, rings, ruffles, bows,
bands, buttons, loops, folds, pipings, plaits,
silks, muslins, laces, fans, boots, slippere,
parasols, collars, cuffs, nets, chignons, ' rats,'
mice,' waterfalls, braids, frizzles, f)ufls,
curls, pannier, tournure and Grecian Bend.
What a cargo this, for such a small vessel r?,
A onp:legged Welsh orator, Named Jones,
was pretty successful in bantering an
man when the latter asked him, "How ;did
you lose your leg?" "Well," said ties,
"on examining my)pedigree , and lo king
up my descent, I found there was some
Irish blood in mc, and becoming convinced
that it WaCin'that left leg I had it cut off at
once." • "Be the . powers," said Pat, "it
would have been a deuced good thing if it
had only settled in your head."
Professor—What are the 11- se , a starch in
germination? Student -reciting .—(reeiting on cheek)
In the German flat'
much the saw- ..on starch is used very
up - as in this country-in doing
giv- -. and such goods. Professor—lf you
another such answer as that; I will
show you how they take the starch out of
students it. the German nation.
The other day a green 'en asked one of
Barnuin's men, "Where is the mummy?"
The latter replied, "He is - dead," and the
inquirer passed on, perfectly satisfied, for
he couldn't expect that even Barnum could
prevent an occasional death among his cu
A. girt fashionable in her taste hit poor in
her pocket says she never realized her ne
cessities tilkahe got a husband.
'• We; liliveAlaggered why the Great Ehst
ern .las.beense - unprofitable. It is because
she is nearly r always "paying out."
A l Westerri editor , lntely returned a tailor's
bill with' the indetscitent, "Your manu
script is'declined; it is ineligible."
What kind of n drum is that which is al
wnys the best when St cannot be beaten? A
conundrum: -' -
Why should'a tax on tarts be objeetiona
able at flOt? -. .;•3epitOse it would be eacour
Whrtloppr'est, ducks dip their heads un
der 3,!va4Or,Wliggidate their little bills.
The VI: 6k to Which reference is most made
during the holidays is the pocket-book.
The most approved way to raise beets is
to take hold of the tops and pull. -
A soldier cannot be even half a soldier if
he is in quarters. d
An intellectual• feast—the entertainment
of at idea. '
A school boar that is never elected—A
black-board. , . •
Maxim for parents-A switch in time saves
The favorite country of .the poodle--Lap
Treat everYboil' Y,'4,11—:-but not too often.
Flat.fablehOo4l-11ying on your' back. I
Black friars--colored coop,
pAiti:TED , c'ifo,,T,:lAi4i - , : kw, , ,Oßxsl
• i i
WESTON al CODS
. , .
1 , . zAIitTFACTURFIRS OP
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.
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~ ' PAI-S.IOTILAD. ATTENTION.PAID 'IV ' -
GANG SA.W 11. ELLS,, ENGLISH, MULAY & CIRCULAR PIIILLS.
7 suINGI.F. MILLS AND.SI , OI: 9 AtiVAIII ON HAND. .
Water Wheels suited to all heads of. water, Tannery Irons, 'Bridge Irons, &e.
.i experience by our .11,1 r IL'. IL Calkins of over twenty
;years as a .>f►)lachinist and POrenfan, enables 'us, -
!Ibis personal supervision, to make
strictly first-class Goods. -
lA. W. PRESTON
IRON FENS & VACHINISTS
Circala,r, Gang and .41 - ttley Saw .711;q1s, Machinery for
Tanneries, Shafting, Gearing, and Castings of
every description in, Iron and Brass.
Corning, August 28, 1872.-ly
Nte - vv . spring -Goods.
SPRING. CL:PAIGN IS OPEN
WITH THE LARGEST, AND MOST COMPLETE' STOCK OF
It has got to bo pretty generally known that NVO keep the largest stock, the best goods and sell them as
ow as any houses in the trade in this section; and we keep very many articles not kept at any other store -in
In addition to our general stock, -
07;arpet*totit comprises abort 2011 rolls,
and overy variety.' Oar Cloth Stock exCooda any within fifty milso, in quantity and variety.
WitESS COODS,SIIAWLS AND DOMESTIC GOODS
enough for a Jobbing trade. ,The citizens oi Tloga county are respectfully invited to call and enunine our
stock and prices,
181A:735 TWO EILUE9 uilum iniwo
Has gone t • Nett) York to buy a stock of Spring and Sum-
712e7' Goods. ire inten4s to buy from, the best markets at
bottom, prices, and he will have some splendid badfains
to Worlds customers h 6 Mkt . MS.
He has NOW on hand a qikantiti) of Clothing and
Dress Goods which he wants out Of the way, and he takes
this method of informing yoa,confl en,tialo,that lie will
ESTABLISHED •iN 049.
PRESTON & HEERMAIIS
4Q'cgainallaage, PC'. "V"-,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS?
iffirMachlnery of all kinds repolred•promptly and at reasonable rates.-Vp
AND THE PEOPLE'S,STORDos THE
Staple OE Fancy Dry Goods
.44 tit 3 OFFERED CIORETENO.
env CHEAP-,--if you don't believe it, call and see.
MET IN THE FIELD,
Staple and Fancy mai GOODS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, LAPS, BOOTS,
. . .
My stock has beeu,procurecl from the best markets in the:,countrY, ktatl therefore : you
wilt be satisfied with prices.
~ • . ,
OEO, II EERKANS
Co'rning Foundry 46E Machi
. . D. W. 1:bp:3732.e. etc Sitc•iass, • •
'Manufacturers of Stationary and Portable Eaagines and Boilers. Gearing, Shafting and Machinery required
for Saw Mills, elitist Mills and Tanneries, Ovens and Grates, for burning Tan. Screws for moving unleachod
and leached bark Castings, Bolts, Railroad Frogs, Chairs, and Repairing done at abort 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, 1812-Iy. OOII,MCI. STNUNEN COUNTY, N. Y.
SOO KEGS OF NAILS
SMITH Sc WAITE
gagenter's 45015, afl pai q mett',s entAib
Special Attention paid to Tin Roofing
4,000 Cords of Hemlock Hark
CONTRACTS will be made for the purchase of Bark
"kJ peeled and delivered the ensuing season, at S4.LO
per cord of 2,200 lbs ; cash on delivery. '.
Bark peeled last year will be received for the nest
ninety days at $4 per cord of 2,200 lbs; cash ou de
We will make contracts for peeling 4,000 cords of
bark on lands of the Pennsylvania Joint Laud and
Lumber Co. BAILEY, LOWELL A:. Co_
Wellsboro, May 13, 1873-IL •
POMEROY BRO'S & smug,
BLOSSBURG, Tioga County, Ponn'a.
BUSINESS PAPER NEC4OT I APED
Po=sax Buo's Bess:Ens, W: U. SMITH,
Feb. 4. 1873-tf.
DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
Shoes, /la, Suitable for the spring Trade:
CALL ALIV - 3:1 IStE
ESTA.BEISFIF I ,I) 184
- BOGS ROUTED'
IkAYA BEIJN - VA - 'cikTtu!!
BUY WHERE YOU CAN BUY
IS our advice, becauso we know that after you.havo
examined our Stbck you will bo convinced that
VW - sal - Morton silioltrO9s
is the place to purchase
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Hats and Caps, Clothing
Boots and Shoes, White Goods, Groceries, dent's
Furnishing Goods, &c., a varied stock suitable for
the Spring and Summer Trade. We cordially invite
you all to examine our stock.
JUST RECEIVED BY
W. C. K.RESS
AL FULL STOOK OF
I GO .EILNT.III7;I.
1 Has just received a large 'stock 'le
TUE CHEAPEST : !
THE ADJUSTABLE SPRING BED.
Bartlett's Patant Jruie 21, 1870.
SOirat bring, l elastir Slat.
With only a single matress. For durability, comfort,
cleanliness, and adjustment it has no equal. A an.
perior bed forthe sickroom; as well as for persons in
health. Orders solicited by the proprietor for Tioga
county, - PALMER„
April 1, 1R73.-if. Mansfield. Pa.
• - Mrs. Geo. Campbell
at ei e u di t r e Viro tua tiliorico lir a a n gf having AWA
ed he G r rt
ARTIFICIAL HAIR WORK,
would respectfully say to ber:old friends that she
would be glad to see all who Would - favor her with
their calls. She can be found; at the house of J. X.
Johnson, the Barber. Feb. 25, 18734 f,
A LUXURIOUS BEDt
..,-;,5,,' ,, "-+ 1 .:••••'W -1 , 7.•• 4 :f-ti.i' ' .:• -,-: , i4:.::,... ,, , •- •
clit -4 ,:,•'1. ' ••-
• -'•' '7 7 :,..Z....: -7
~,,1 1, ,,,. - ', . 1`.1""It ill
"=- 14 ~:=-' -'-' 7 . - 4.tiT-4 . • W;14•14,g'•
- ftiftss 11. IV. :win) huh renpved her goste litoro to
.LIL • tlio lets re,slaonee of Lapor I.3seho, opposite Van
Itoru'elliotel. Stelowiiy Anil othet. . - • ,'" •
. , . -
' ' 1E 2 11.1151,X1, CO EV - '-. .• ••
Wu' ask) very cheap. Ablp,l4tAt3oN • 84 , lIAMT.IN
'QM) INSTRInfENTS TA - 0.71
d binin'titucic 01 . 141 Y . 141,ifil0Juu iecelvod.
iikvou .11 the kikkilo, qretan, nod in Sitig
lug. -Au opuortuialty - ,Cor Pra O ilpp ail - wiled-Co those
Who' way desivift. , •; ' , 'I`ODLr.
Jan. 1.1872-ti. ' ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
piikeign and Domestic Liquors
, . virnms, &c., &c.
Agent for Fine, Old Whiskies,
CORNING, N. Y.
Jan. 1. 1872.
P A TENT if
Having Wade special ar
burg Glass Company, w•e
rates to parties wishing
shipped direct from the ft!
/KW-Mr. Spalding Las _
in the drug business, auc
Wellabor°, Pa., Juno 24
i HARDWARE, IR
s STOVES, TIN
Carriage and H
Curning, N. T., Jan. 1.
Tioga Marble Works. .
//pIE uuderaigned is now prepared to execute all or.
mad rtfv•staassol2l47 solo/Mow
Italian or R tla,ncl Marble,
of the latest style and app oved workmanship and with
He keeps constantly on, and both kinds of Marble
and will be able to suit E 4 who may favor him - with
their orders, on as reasonable terms as can be obtained
in the country. •
TRUMAN & BOWEN'S
SAW MILLI" now readyfu blast,
with promptness and dispatch.
Fencing Boards, Dill Timber, Shingles, Lath, Wood,
Sc., constantly on hand.
April 22.-tf. TRUMAN & BOWEN.
SOFIELD annou r iaces to the public that sh
has a very largo andidesirablo stock of Millinery
and Ladies' Furnishing and Fancy Goods, which are
offered at very,low rates.
LADIES' SUITS, PARASOLS,
GLOVES,CORSETS,H . OOP-SKIRTS,
TIOSLERY, LACES, and
Notions; aleb ready-madekvhite goods in every varlet*
The public are cordially invited to inspect and
purchase. - I .
Wellsboro, May 13, 1873—Gm.
T HE undersigned are
for WOOL, at their BO
Wo will be pleased to
which wo propose to sell
In any market west of Ne
We Defy Competition on our Custom-Made
CALL AMC SEE US
O:'W. SEARS, ' 1
T. M. BODINE. J
Welleboro,l%., June 8, 1873.-th
$5 TO $2O le " of al
working eu r t
e s a d
o w ple u , te ofe r ithetZ
young or old, make more money at work for no iu
their spare moments, or all tho time,thati at anything
else. Partiehlars free. Address 0. Stinson & CO.
Portland, Maine. Sept. 24,1872-Iy.
G LASSWARE in elidie
CAL' - 11 -4 01 R !
FRIEND lif you are cted ivith CANCER, come
immediately to the Ca cer, Infirmary of Dr. J. AL
Crane, Addison, N. Y., w re you will he promptly
treated and cured, if you mo in time. Whetireach.
ing the Depot at this place, - ,aslr, for the Ameri
can hotel intinibtLa; It will tape' you direct tb thd In
firmary., If you wish for references, send for Circu
lar without delay. Marilee always reasonable.
angerseuts with the Bless
, u furnish Glass at lowest
o buy, in large quautitieg,:
<I Family Ra-ipes Accurate•
everal years experience
Se thoroughly posted in all
N, STEEL. NAILS,
red to pay filo
ket Price ii
T AND SHOE STORE, in
ave our friends call and
R STOCK OF
low- as can be purchased
BEARS & BODINE
li CHINA IMF,.
iA fteir BO Tears of trial has proved to be
, the Trot healing and pain iinbdtp
lug Llulzaertt In the Wiirld.
• it t 4 recommended \ with imbeilnded attettranee
- in nil eases of Cuts, Bruises. 13urns, Sprains. Rheu
matism, )lard Swellinks, Bites, Chilblains, Stiff
- ness of the Joints, Frozen Feet, Ears, ke., Sze.,
among alt persons, andvfor Sprains, Founders,
• Ring-bono,Poßevil,Scratehes,Wind-galls , finofale;
' Bonin% Spring-belt, "Saddle, Collar and Harness
Galls; also diseases of the Eye and Ear is
Horses, Mulcs or Cattle.
&ire Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Lame Back,
Salt-rheum. POll3OllOl/B Bites, External Bone and
',Muscle Affections, Sore Nipples, Sze., and may bo
justly termed the panacea for all
• EXTERNAL WOUNDS.
ire Itemember, this Liniment did not
spring 'w in a day or a' year; producing
. THE MOST ADEIIIND AND 0;2 4 1NA CONES OLMIRD
DY NEWBOBN AND MUMMA° LINEINENTEI. gut
we ham the experience of ov r thirty years
of hiW with the moat substantial results, and by
n multitude of witnesses.
If the ULUMontle not as recommended, the
Money will be Refunded:
Do not be imposed upon by using any otho%j
Liniment claiming the same properties orresulta. ,
They are a cheat and a fraud. )3o ours and get
nothing but . ,
Minn Mutate lament,
SOT.D Rf ft t. mwoom ARM CO .INTni
STOUR AT k
. 600 c and $1 per Bottle.
Muir!. Etza. or Bomar., STILE,
LYON MFG. CO.
, • 1,7 -
A FEW APPLICATIONS MAKE A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It is Purely Vegetable. and its operation is seen
and felt at once. It dose away with the }lashed
Appearance caused by Heat, Fatigue, and Excite
ment. Heals and removes all Dietetics an Pimples,
dispelling dark and unsightly spots. Drives away
Tan, Freckles, and Sunburn, and by. its gentle but
poweribl influence mantles the faded cheek with
YOUTHMTL !MOON AND =ANTI.
filoalry all Druggists ana Raney Storer,. Depot,
6$ Park Place, New York.
May 13, 3573.-R6t.-Iy.
Door, Sash & Blind . Factory!
Jill ENJAMIN AUAUSTINIs prepared to furdsh that
class work from the best lumber, at his new fac
tory which is now in full operation.
EZNAZ D 4PItOILIEtte
oonstanUy on hand, or
Planing and. Hatching
done promptly, and In the lest manner. The' best
workmen employed, and none but the best seasoned
lumber used. Encourage home industry.
Factory near. the foot of Main Street.
Jan. 1., 18724 f
H the largest and best selected stack of
ever brought into Wellsboro, consistiug of
Ladies' Kid and Cloth Bakt?r
als and Gaiters,
Ladies, Misses, Children lnd
Gents' Cloth Boots and Shoes,
Prince Albert Call Boots,
.13 - gs- Calf & Kip Boots,
In fact, all kinds of Mena' and Women's wear kept
in a first-class Shoo Store. Tho best sewed Woman's -
Shoes over offered in this market. I defy the world'
O USTOi}! - WORK.
If you don't believe It, try,r_do. I uy only the best
stock and have as good COTilwain re as money can
hire, - 1
IMPAIRING done neatly, and wit i dispatch.
Leather and Findings
of all kinds constantly' on
.CASH PAID FOR• HIDES, DEACON SKINS,
PELTS AND FURS.
-Having Just filled up my shelves with a choice
stock, personally selected for tkis - inf i krket, I respect
fully solicit &fair sbarcOf trade. - profits and
quick returns," I believe to be a good business max.
im ; and I bo:d the best goods to be the cheapest. I
keep no shoddy. My assortment is stillieteut to meet
all sixes and tastes, I Invite our patrons 'and , the
public generally to call and eminine my stock.
troublo to glow goods. Alwayti to be found, one
door north of C. B. Kelley's_ store, - Main street,
Wellmboro. Pa. ;WIN FISRLER.
rek•. 0, 167044
-only-16 et`ntdeao, , h,:or ' cii. l 6 per dozen, and everything
• ' liue-or Varna equally cheap
• '-r 2, X4.XISTCOM'''Etp
1131" : ft - ,10 r iii",:;•,113:11) -CT
AVE' uuw uu exhlbitkin anti matt: at the old places,
II the largest and 'Bost cou.pLete stock of
FINE: AND 'COMMON FURNITURE
and a 6111 biAXIk Of the tsitninott goods usually found lu
a first-clamp' establishment: Tbo above goods art. hug e .
ly of their own manufacture, and satisfaction is gu ar ,
anteed both ea to quality and price. They BM) th •
If oven, Wire Jliattrass
the lest popular spring , bed sold; also the
Spring Bea that has been on trial for 17 years and giv.
en universal satisfaction. Our
annfactured to order
PuyniOire iii linderiaking.
Van liorn' °l' Chandler,
r iflncreosons to D. T. Van Mow
o bo foutid in Northero Pennaylvanlu, comilstin E 4,1
FINE PARLOR AND CHAMBER suns,
MARDLE AND WOI&D TOP DENTED TATI.EII,
HAT RACKS. FANCY OIIATIL9.'MIILROIO4,
_ OVAL AND SQUAIIETRAMES,
ETS, PUDE.No. 111 AIR MATTI:ASS
-I • ES. RIME ti EXCELSIOR MAT. •
Coffin l?o oiYL
is filipplied with all sizes of,tho Excelsior Csaket. ants
and beautiful style of initial case, haictisirovith
kinds of foreign] awl hOlite manufacture, kvith trim.
Wings to watch.' They will make Widertalneg a Hi ,
inlay in their hntlineas, awl any needing their service,
will b.` attended to ptomptly, and at satisfactory char•
1;1 , s.
Old pieces of Furnilltre made, and Timill:g
all kinds done) with neatness and dispatch.
`"i"AN IfORN & CIIANI;LEIk
Jan. M. 1872
To wriou IT MAY COI3CEIM.—Having cencluded that
I am entaled to a little rest after nearly 40 - years close
application to business,: 1' have passed over the furni
titre bllßlllefift to ..the Boys" as pl -above advertak.
ment, and take, this mother. of as ing for thew ma
same liberal patronage as has been extended to me._
My book may lao found at the old place flu settlement
Jan. 10, 1872. ' 13.'x. VAN HORN.
, fErJE3E -
made at the Eltland 'Factory and sold c Lc np at
WIIOLESALE.& - RETAIL.
Parties will find it for their interest toTrall or Mite
before Tutu:hoeing eta on hero,
A price Ist will be for Warded FREE on application
to . W. li. MEAL,
April 8, 873.-4itao. Elklancl, Tiogu Co., Pa.
of eltroni6 and Acute Rheulnafiam, Neuraliga. Lum.
bago, :Sciatica, Kidney, and Nervous Discus: s, alter
;ears 01 811/I',.ring, by taking Jut. FIT) Ell'h VEGETMILL
11HKUMATIC SY/L1.71 . -111e scientific of V. Y.
Fitter, 111. 1.)., a regular graduate physician, s ith v. born
we are personally acquainted, who has for 39 years
treated these diseases exclusively. with ustomehingre.
salts. We believe it onr chi is, duty, atter di lib
eration, to conscie..tionsly request sufferers to use It,
especially piirsobit "in moth rate circumstances mho
cannot afford to Waste looney and time, on 'worthless
ruistures. As clergymen we seriously fi el the deep
responsibility - resting ou us in publicly endorsing this
medicine. But our knowledge and experience ci its
remarkable merit fully justifies our action. Lev. C.
11. Ewing, Media, Penn's, suffered Sixteet, y i ars, be
came hopeless. Rev. Thomas Murphy, 1). D, Frank.
ford, Philadla. Bev. J. 1 8. Davis, Bightstoun, New
Jersey. Bev. J. S. Buchanan, Chmence, lowa. Nev.
G. 0. SmiGt)-Pittsford, New York. 11ev. Jost ph Beam
Fails Church, Philadelphia. Other testimonials from
Senators, (lovei tiers, Judges, Congressmen, Physi.
clans, :cc., forivardid gratis with I paniphlit explain
ing these diseases. One thousand dollars nth hi Pre
sented to any medicine for same diseases showing
equal merit uoder test, or that can ',roam, cue-fourth
as many living cur. s. Any pi rson MI A llig Ay letter
description o r An, th„, till receive grins a legally
signed guarantee, naming the number c;f - bottles to
cure. agmeiniz to rcrohd money uj gib MVO) II . Nit meet
of its failure to cure. Afflicted imited to wr to to hr
Fitler,Philadelphia. His valimbleadvice costs nothing.
WOOD Sa . SCOVILLE, ngoltp,
March ILI3-Iy. limnille, Pa
THE ASSORTMENT IS THE BEST,
THE VARIETY OF NEW STTLFS THE GREATEST,
THE PRICES THE CHrAI'EST,
of any stock ever brought into Tioga county
E. B. YOUNG'
13 Cr• S
WELLSBORO, PA. n,.
Iron in the Y:;lood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Peruvian Syrup; a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
(easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. _ 1 It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalizing
Agent,\ Iron in the blood, and
cores 44 a thousand ills simply
bY Toning up,lnvigorizting and
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the 'secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing - Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases 'of the Kidneys and
-and all liscases originating in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a loiv
state of the system. Being frec
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects ;tare not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron. Con
ThOusands have been changed
by the, use of this 4 , emedy, front
weak, siekly i o suffering crea
tUreS; to string, healthy, and
happy men and ivomen • and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it atrial.
See that each 'bottle has PERU
VIAN. SYRUP blown in the glass.
StTH W. FOWLE & SONS', Proprietors,
No. 1 Milton llncc, leoston.
SOLD sir DRUGOIATS GENERALLY