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The Goblin Cat.
A DA1.7./p----rIT IPX7EII '6ELL.'•
"Come hither: hither. little boy.
A sixpence bright this bit
I.4 \V i 1 ive it ato thee If them - -
g drow n tt these little kittiee.".
Quoth thus the good old housewife she,
And thus the boy quoth he:
...lady. drovrit thew willlegly, '
If mine the bit may be."
Then in , bag eho thrust each kit,
Aud tied it with a tow string;
And sped the bozi with bag and bit
Like arrow from a bow-string.
He stood upon the riverside,
That boy with sunny brow;
"Mew, num" the little kittens cried—
Ile, mocking, cried, "me•cno."
Then, purring, rubbed against his feet
poor old ptemle-lnothor,
,kg if to gay, "'weet lad, nay, hay!
0, 'Tate them! i'vo none other."
No pity hail that little lad,
lie did not care a author;
nut In the sail:she thrust the cat,
And drowned them all torther
Then felt that little bey that ho
tied tione a dreadtat deed;
And ao he turned with brow that burnad,
And fled n ith all his speed—.
Into a Loup:big candy-shop,
Co luly boil: this And that:
llut for this bit be naught could get
xec pt N candy cat.
Ire put it in his pocket deep,
Aim to the gond-wife ra j
"WI. what's thenittter—why dost weep,
My boy—my tittle man?"
"Oh, lady, lady, I bayeldono
Au awful deed, I ate,
those little innocents to drown
Who ne'er did harm to 'me I"
dales. , n from his pocket,awelled a alittak, .
aster, hoarse "meow!"
1. BecauSiO id blanch his ruddy cheek,
, support of flier lady'sbrow;
„...--2,. Because thpnogagohlin Om,
L date, or his elecitton' 14 ; a TC H A her mouth, .
majority, would seriotall• ~
and success of the Ilea that wife with dread,
existence of any , 11(.-1t that goblin brood
ponds upon pees4rviriline laughter.
tact. Our opponents kiey kept their night;
will strain every nerve tjlth e t eg, „
fection. They know that , -
now is likely to become wider,.
Efforts are directed-mainly to
of our candidate foil Simla'. Muc..
resentatiou is being used to accompli
end. Various .stories are circulated, ,
in,* . . -co keep a hotel—lv
-': - Lc Aaphx , r 4,l It r
.9 ermont weeps tears of joy 0TtRni , ..12., - ' -
dance of the onion crop. I .
A quilt exhibited at the Central Illinois
fair o,ntaini '28,517 pieces.
Florid accounts from the new silver mines
at La Florida, in Chili, are current.
Two-lhirds of the mining town of Fair
Play, in Colorado; was destroyed by fire re
evntly. ~ _
' The cool season has got. out West. Chica
go advertises for pawn tickets on last year's
Granger hats are now fashionable, and an
eastern paper is afraid they will ,l.`mbneipo
Last Thursday week at Witpello, Wis.,
J. W. Bailey fell from a balloon when t r elve
thousand feet high.
The flaxseed crop this year is sail to be
much larger than ever before, and the seed
of a better quality than last year.
Since the panic . tin the Government has
bought $12,000,1Y9 of bonds, and so saves
about $750,000 of al inual interest in gold.
Libel suits are as•plenty as thistles in Can-!
ada. There iNn't a respectable newspaper in
the Dominion that hasn't a dozen or two on
its hands. ,
A new style of cravat for gentlemen has
appeared. It is called the •`Lack-pay," and
the inventor has sent a gross to he divided
A. dispatch from Enghein, Belgium, an
nouncei the death in that town, last Friday
week of Oalustiano Olozaga, the well-known
Postninsto.r Stewart, .of Pittsburgh, was ar
rested a few days since, on a charge of em
bezzlement front the government. 'His ac
counts are $3:1,000 short.
There are, it is iinnouneed, seventy-five
"Trappists" iu the United States. There are
millions of num trappists—and very
successful thoy are in their 'catch."
The soil of Ireland having been found to
be peculiarly adapted to beet culture, acorn
patty has been organized in Dublin for the
manufacture of beet root sugar on a large
Carl Vogt argues that Adam was, monk
ey before Eve was created, because a gorilla
° has thirteen ribs and man only twelve, one
having been removed to make woman. This
is Flieer rib-aldrv. -
Among its wholesome reform of customs,
Japan has been overlululing its crim i nal code,
and substituting imp isonment for life in
- numerous instances vlli n.e death has hither
to been the penalty.
A local• report makes a Pensioner of 1812
the richest man in Reeking-ham county, Vt.,
his wealth being the 4ccuniulation of princi
pal and interest of btis pension—s24o a year
' —which he has nevbb - spent.
The,lii,pg of Italy had a long private con
ference with Prince Bismarck at Belgium,
last Friday week. He subsequently took
leave of the Emperor and Imperial family
and departed on hi 4 return ,home.
A Maryland woman is Shortly to be tried
under the old English law as a common scold.
Her counsel is confident of acquittal, howe
or, as he can produce her husband to testify
that she's a most uncommon scold.
In order to allay the public fears regarding
' . any alarming ihflux of Chinese, the Pacific
_ Mail steamship company has discontinued
the practice of furnishing the Sun Francisco
press with the number of: immigrants.
Among the innovations of Richmond, Vir-.
ginia, are tree night schools. This, witholit
doubt, is one of the results of thp war and
slave tenantepAtion, and is a prorhise of the
time when the bitterness of the South against
Yankee institutions will be forgotten.
Kentuckians are trying to raise funds to
develop a silver mine existing in Henry
county, near:LelliSVille. Tney had better
invest their share funds in the safer and wid
er field of iron and coal and other minerals
of which thal State has such a wonderful
omount and variety undeveloped. ,
Tkit, was a spiteful and plucky old lady
NN lii dted in Oswego the other day. She was
a widow, and left particular orders that she
should not he buried within ten miles of the
sepulcher of the "oh man." She also de
sired that her dog night be kill4d, lest he
should visit an obnoxious neighbor.
The Ohio Falls Car and Locomotive Com
pany, at Jeffersonville, Indiana, employing
seven hundred men, stopped work in all
their shops last Saturday week except the
toundry, throwing about four hundred men
out of employment, The Western Car Com
pany at the saute place also reduced its force.
David O'Mara was arrested last Saturday
w • eek at Scranton together with his hire d
man named Troup, ebnrged with murdering
Q'Mara'S OA mother nmi Ili , partially blind
sister, and then p':wing the s jjs's on the
" track of the radroa 1. 0' 3lara inherited
money on condition of upporting his neith
er anti sister.
Toe insurgent men-of-war ai. Alicante,
Sp t:n, opened fire on thecity at live o'clock
on the morning of the };7th tilt. and some five
liandred projectiles, some tilled with petrole
uni; were thrown into it, doing, much dam
age. A vig , rrous tire was returned from the
forts and batteriVb on shore, and at the end
of seven hours the rebel iron-clads slipped
their cables and withdrew in a damaged
; 1 .
, A man who was undoubtedly insane on
' the subject of religion, entered one of the
Detroit telegraph offices the other day and
wrote the follewing message : "To the Lord
in Heavenz-Where shall I go next? The
world is growing wor-e every day. There
js not an fieriest Christian in America." He
was informed tharte Western Aprion lines
didn't connect wi ti the other world, and he
went to see about mailing a letter.
In the Southern States the Bourbon
is becoming every day more andmorb vio
lently outspoken in its hostility towards the
Federal Government and the reconstruction
:rots anti measures which followed the War,
The utterances of their Northern echoes are
more subdued—nevertheless they are ech
oes. fiked, of the Democratic party at
large it may truthfully be affirmed
-all are but parts of one pervadieg whole: -
Slavery , the body Is, and Hate she a et
During the panic 0f1857 a large number
- of penons‘in Philadelphia had their boots'
blackened by an old negro at his cellar on
Spruce 'street, who delivered his work
promptly, every morning, at the doors of
their hotels and boarding houses, radiant
- , with the brightest of French polish. Ono
unhappy juorning these people rot up and •
found no boots at their doors. After a prop- •
er amount of blasphemy, equipped in bld.
shoos and odd slippers, - they set out for Sam
bo's shop. On reaching it they discovered
a placard on the Minr door bearing the in
scription quite familiar on the brink doors of
that day—" Suspended." After many thun
derous knocks and kicks Sambo, at. length,
appeared nt 'the portal. "Where are my
boots, you black scoundrel?" said one.
"Hand over my 'Ames. You son of charcoal,"
- said another. The artist of the brush, with
a smile worthy of a defaulting artistof Wail •
street, calmly handed over one boot and ono
shoe, with the remark : "Gourmet!, dis house
has suspended, but we pays fifty per cent."
who hattlong been established in the Jewelry business
in Wellaborb, has always for sale various kinds
And priest' of
• • :„ Gold or Silver. -
Keys, Rings, Pins, Pen
cils, Cases, Gold and
. Steel Pens, Th,i7n-
&c., &c., &c.
With almost all other articles usually kept in such
establishments, which are sold, low for
Repairing done neatly, and promptly, and on abort
notice. d. FOLEY.
Aug 12, 1873.
r E undersigned are prepared to p ty tlte •
iatiat Market Prior in
for WOOL, at their BOOT AND SLIOE STORE, in
Sears's Brick Block.
We will be pleased to luive our friends - Rand
EXAMINE OUR STOCK OF
which we propose 3 sell as low ns can be purchased
llany market west of New York.
We Defy Competition on our Custom-Made
CALL ACID SEE US.
C. IV. SEARS, I
SEARS & BODINE
I. U. 13oDixs.
Weßsboro, Pa., Tune 3, 1873.-V.
over Cabapbell Bros. Store, in Nelson % P.i.
All kinds of /-
constantly on hand. A choice and extensive stock of
Parlor and Chamber
just received. Now is your chance to select from a large
fresh stock of a variety of styles and at prAces as cheap
as the cheapest. Special attention paid , to UNDER.
Caskets and Coffins
of every size, style and description constantly on hand.
GIVE USA CALL.
July 15, 1873—Sm. E. T. CONGDON.
WALKER & LATHROP,
HARDWARE, IRON, s T.EL, - NAILS,
STOVES, TIN -WARE, BELTING,
SAWS, CUTLERY, WATER
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
ff ARNESSES, SADDLES, &o. Corning, Y., Jan. 1, 1872.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purposes of a family Physic,
/- Costiveness, Jaundioe,Dyi
- - -,-- - - -, --t -- - - ' inpsia, Indigestion, Die
• ___,,___F' , --_:; eatery, Foul Stomach and
Ay B la Breath, Erysipelas, Head
ache, Pile's, itheumaiism,
, ___.- - i;:`
—• - -- .o 7 ssitittri.: , : -.. Eruptions and Skin Diseas
-4---a-N. t:-., , l - , ...-4---t- --
-- - - - - i-TA---,---:--ii,4 - ;: - .=- —2- 1 es, Biliousness, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Tetter, )nmors and Salt Rheum,
Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, a, Dinner Pill, and Puri
tying the Blood y sire the m 'tit congenial purgative yet
perfected. Their effects abundantly show how much
they excel all other Pills They are safe and pleasant
to take, but powerful to cure. They purge out the
foul humors of the blood: they stimulate the slug
gish or disordered organ into action; and they impart
health and tone to the whole being. They cure not
"illy the every day complaints of ever.) body, but.
f , re,filable and 111111ger0119 dlYeatieS. Most skillful
til ,, s:rinlis, most eminent clergymen, and oar bent
* ctt,.:Plts, semi certificates of cures performed and of
t,i , .it benefits they have derived from these Pillit.—
Tficy are the safest and best physic for children, be
cause mild as well se effectual. Being sugar coated,
oiliey are easy to take; and being purely vegetable,
they are entirely harmless. •
Dr. J. C. AVER & (0., Lowoll, Miss.,
itra criers/11nd Analytical Chemists.
SOLI) I.lr. ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN MED
'for `ale by Taylor 5: Spalding, Druggists, Wellsboro
Ahg. 12, 1873-ISt.
Tioga Marble Works.
ri., ; uodemigned in now prepared to execute en or
.a dera for Tomb Stones and Monuments of either
I. talian or - Ratland Marble,
of the latest style and approved workmanship and with
lie keeps constantly on hand both kinds' of Marble
and will be able to suit all who may favor him with
their orders, on as reasonable ternas,as can be obtained
in the country.
Cyrus D. Sill,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
WINES, kc., &c.
Agent for Fine Old Whiskies,
3,,,,. I, 1872. CORNING, N. T
Thither Land for Sale.
undersigned offers for sale two hundred and
thirty-eight acres of timber land abouteight miler
south-went of Wencher°. There la a large quantity of
hemlock and considerable chestnut upon it. A portion
of it will make fine farming lands. It will be sold
on time. Inqulro of WU. A. STONE,
August 20, 878 tf. Welishoro, Pa.
I , : , I - ti TETI PP-ST:III:94..;W:ASA,S;
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
GANG - SAW
,3IILLS, ENGLISH, MU
Water Wheels suited to all heads of water, Tann ,
In experience by our 41r. - Ct
• years as a .411achinist and .Forek.
- by his - personal supervision,
strictly first-class Goo
Feb. 18, 1873.47
DIY_ GOODS, DRESS GOODS, tEADY 7 MADE CLOTHING, GE
• 1 '
KEE NOTIONS, HATS, CAPS,
.BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES;_ OIL
i; Sept. 9, 1873
AT THE 'REGULATOR'
Polka Spot-Prints, Delaitis and Alpacas.
THOSE LA RENE MAR GOTT PANNIERS
CAMBRRICS r Spring- and Summer,
MARSALES for Ladies' and Chindren's
THOSE RUFFLI TGS, TUOKINGS 8c TRIMMINGS
AMU 32 CM 11. V 3 1E3( 6 3 G7IIOIPIT
CROCKERY of the best Ironstone China.
Corning, April 22, 1873.-t4
EtrrAtiLl3HBo IN 1849.
suriNaLD mils AND ENGINES .AL
W. J. Dorton
FURNISHING GOtiDS, WHITE GOODS, YAN-
ever brought into WELLSBORO!
COME ;AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
YOU WILL FIND THOSE NEW AND FASHIONABLE
SILKS ! SILKS t
biaok and colored—of superior quality, and as CHEAP as can bo found west of New York City
THAT ALL THE LADIES WEAR.
Dresses in large quantities.
that the ladies cannot do without, in abundance
In foot all kinds of Goods can be found at the' Regulator
2113M21,-1 TIFATINI26IO.LNINIEZ mmazzo.
Groceries of all kinds.
BOOTS AND SITO.FIS
A large assortment—hten'e, - Woman'e, and Children's—at pricea as cheap as the cheapeet.
Have just received the largest stock of
unrivaled in &uality and prico
& CIRCULAR MILLS
S• ON HAND
y Irons; Bridge Irons, &e.
data of over twenty
m, enables us,
W. J. HORTON & BRO
J. S. NEWELL.
NOW' .I, READYIOR - iT.HiFILL-Thkg
Staple and Fancy DRY Gfoops
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
My stoat has been procured from the best markets_ in the country, and therefore you
wilt be satisfied -with prices.
Corning FOundry Machine Shop.
3EI. W. lEbviznae. eb IScolam, ,
. 1 _
, Vdtmufac ere of Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers. Gearing. Shafting and Machinery required
for Saw M a, grist Mills and Tanneries,',Ovens and Grates, for burning Tan. Screws for moving unleached
and leached ,-. k, Aiastinge; Bolts, Railroad Prog,s, Chairs, an/ Repairing done at short lice. We have fa.
°Wiles for ab ping by Canal or Itailroado to an points, ind can furnish Machinery che per than Pastern or
Western build re of the best quality.
Jan. 1, 187 9 1y. 4 1
Machinery of all kinds repaired p
Our 6711 r. G. T'. .Preston is 11 known as one
of the best mechanics in I estern Oren,
York and he gives his ersoual
attention to the detai of
Corning. N. Y., September 2, 127 3 .- I Y.
5110 KEGS OF ALS
JUST RECEIVED BY
W. C. ISS C
arpcnter's Zools, inth
Special Attention paid to Tin Stooling
4,000 Cords of Hemlock Bark
CONTRACTS will be made for the purchase of Bark
peeled and delivered the ensuing Season. at $4.50
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 2,20011b9; I cash on de
We will make contracts for peeling 4,000 cords of
bark on lands of the Pennsylvania' Joint Land and
Lumber Co. BATLEY, LOWELL & CO.
Wellsboro,- May 13, 1873-tf.
MILS. SOFIELD announces to the public that sh
has a very large and desirable stock of Millinery
and Ladies' Vuinishing and Fancy Goode, tvhlch are
offered at ye) y loiv rates.
LADIES' SUITS, PARASOLS,
G LOVES, CORSETS,HOOP-SKIRTS,
N. •th also readpuutde white goods In every variety,
Tho public el e c..rdia'•ly invited to inspect and
Wellaboro, May 13, 1878—thn,
C - :,--‘O,:-'IVIATHERS.
Has, just received a large stock of.
DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
Shoes, &c., Suitable for the spring Trade.
I I M I=
ES'II.A_I3IjS HE'D 1840.
A PULL STOP= OF
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W.4X.N9VM7:10. - 1
HOSIERY. LACES. and
CORNING, MOWN COUNTY, N. Y.
ll.eerma - ns,
, IN - . -Nr.
CASTINGS OF ALL
and at reasonable rate
THE ADJUSTABLE SPRING BED
Bartlett's Patent Juno 21, 1870.
Sptrat Spring, elastic csllo.
A LUXURIOUS RED:
With only a single mairess. Por .flurability, comfort.
cleanliness, and adjustment it has uo equal. A su
perior bed for the eich-room, as well us for persons in
health. Orders solicited by the proprietor for Tioti.a
county. S. P.i LEI fat,
April 1, , Mansfield, pa.
Magic Glass Cutter.
rutillq is a wonderful little invention, and for the
I trilling expeaso of FIFTY tIF.IITd every person
can have one in his house and alum and he his own
glazier. This instrument will cut glass better than
any diamond which will cost Filly Dorars. Any per
son can use it. It is simply a Mee putty knife with a
!small steel wheel that makes twenty-five hundred
I revolutions in a minute—tempered in a peculiar tnan•
nor. It requires no skill or practice to use it. any
body con cut glass with it—oveu a child. it will last
a lifetime. no - agents wanted. Sent prepaid to any
address, safely packed, upon receipt of co. cents and a
letter stamp by H. H. CLARK & CO., 809 East Capitol
street, Washington, D. 0.--Kept.
t ~' .~. ~ ~
A liter 80 Years of trial hasproved to be
11. the best heoling,and pain extbdw
tug Liniment in the Worid.
It tti rocommonded with bounded assurance
Wall CABOS of Outs, Bruises, ; Sprain,e, Rheu
matism, Bard Swelling's, 131 e, Chilblains, Stiif
noes of tho Joints, Eros eat, Eara ko., kc.,
among all; persons, and r Sprains , Founders,
Spaying, Spring-halt,• Sad e, Collar and Harness
Galls; 6180 diaeaste of the •yo and Ear la '
Horses, Miles or ,Cattle.
Cure Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Lane Back,
I:Jldt-rheum, Poisonous Bites, External Bone and
Muscle Affections, Bore Nipples, &a., and may be
Justly termed the panacea for all
• EXTERNAL WOUNDS.
fib Ilemeniher, thia Liniment did not
spring up in a day or a year, producing
TIM MOST ADMMID AND ITHITATUILdr. OMITS CLAIMED
xis Nsw-Boax AND MINITSOOM LINIMENTS. But
e we have the experienoe of over thirty years
of trial, withtho most t xubatantial malts, and by
a multitude Of witnesses.
If the TA mantis not as recommended, the
Money - will be Refunded.
Do not be imposed upon by using any alb%)
Liniment clatming the same tunportlea commit&
ne_rare a cheat and a fraud. DO sure and get
nothing but .
in Mexican, Mutant Liniment.
Mir Storm DT fax. pm:mama AID Comm.
ISTOIXES AT '
2E301 3 eOc. and $1 per Bottle.
Maim Sag or Boma, 8712.1% &O.
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Pure Blooming romolexion.
it la Purely Vefp.tab e. ani, its np , :q stion iascan
and felt at once. It clue,' :away vnth trio Flushed
Appearance calmed by neat, Fatigue, and El:citr. ,
Beals and remorPs all Biota.. aan Pimples,
dispelling dark and unsightly spate: Drives away
Tan, Freckles, and Sunburn, and by its gentle but
pcFerftil Influence mantles the faded cheek with
Sold by all Draggleta and Elrecy Storm Depot
08 Park Place s New York.
May 13, 187.-Rot.-1y
3Pl..vtallia. A - Mill.
A lISTIN &,110WLAND are prepared to furnish first
class work from the boat lumber, at their new fan
tory-which is now in full operation;
' AND MOULDINGS,
constantly on hand, or manufactured to order
Planing and illaihing
donlpromptly, and, In the, MA manner.' The bus
workmen employed, and none but the -Dsst neasonet
lumber used. Encourage home Industry.
Factory near the foot of Main Street.
H AS the largest and beet selected stsch of
fe . BOOTS AND SHOES
ever brought Into "Wellabor°, ccinelettOg of
Ladies' Kid and Cloth Balmar
iLadies, Misses,, Children and
Baby's Shoes. r,
Gents' Cloth Boots and oes,
Prince Alberti Calf Boot ,
. .Kip Boots,
In fact, all kinds of Mena' and Women's wear kept
in a first-class Shoe Sthre. The best sewed Woman's
Shoes ever offered In this, market. I defy the world
C USTOM I WORK.
If you don't bOleve it, try me: I buy only We best
stock, and have as good Cordrpalners• as iooney can
REPAIRING done ueatly;.and with dhinateti.
of all kinds constantly (inland
CASH PAID FOR H I IDEs, DEACON SHINS
Having just filled up my shelves with a choice
stock, personally selected for this market. I respect
fully 'solicit a fair share of trade. "Small profits and
qui( k returns." I believe to be a good business max.
im ; and I hod the best goods to be the cheapest. I
keep uo shoddy. My assortment is sufficient to mart
all sizes and tastes. I invite our patrons mill the
public generally to call and examine my, stock. No
trouble •to show goods. Always to be found, ono
door north of 0. D. Kelleri store, Main street
WeUsboro, rst aoux
' LYON MFG. go.
A FEW APPLICATIGN.; ]TAT E A
YOUTHFUL BLOOM AND-BEAUTY.
iWSTIN & HOWLLND
als and Gaiters,
Leather and Findings
PELTS AND FURS.
Llaticoossoro to B. T. Vin Horn)
uoiren exhibition and solo a 0 the old , o we,
Ai the rartioairiutd moat. ebutplote stock It
oba found in Northern ,Penuisylvan's, cotislisting a t
FINE PARLOR AND CHAMBER suns ,.
MARBLE AND' WOOD TOP-MENTERVABLES,
HAT ItAeKS, FANCY ?Alit% aillticolt9,
orAi-AND sQUABE I.IIAMMS.ItACE.
;03; PURE No: 1 If LP. MATTRAsS•
£B. HUSK dr EXCELBIOII MAT. •
' - TRASSEB,
and a full stock of the common goods turualiy nn„rjju
a first-class establishment. ; The above good s are 1 a , 14 . 0.
ly of their Own manufacture, and satisfdetton cuar
auteed both au to quality and price. They iv] the
W oveia Wire.Mattra,ss
the won popular' apring bed field; also the Tuotp r
Spring 11ed thattas been on trial for 17 years and ch..
en uniyerial satisfaction. ;Our '
is supplied With all EIiZCH of the Excels'lor ilasicet, a riea
and beantifnistyle of hart:LlMY°, thgethei•
kirida of t6reign and bona• manufacture. ivith hue•
rings to mateb. They - will tnake'iliteriakin g a
lelity to their business. and any needliik their aerie e ft
will be attended to pt•oniptiy. ;lad at setisiaetory ehar-7
gea. Odd pieces of Purfilture made, and Tinning
all kinds dune with neathesii and dispatch. "
VAN HORN & CHAN4II:ft
San. 10, 1872
, TO svnoii IT IsAT CONCBIIN.—ItavIng concluded that
ana entitled to a little mat after overly-4o yeary,
application tottudnees, I hard pa:ased ( - ger the` Nmi.
hire busineaa to,_ "the Boys" as per above uoi, tire, went, and take this tnetlioe of asking for tLe
same liberal patronage as has been extended
My-books may be found at the old place for Fettlemeht
Jan. 10, 1872. - B. T. VAN I.lollli.
'. ) ittade r at the Elkland Factory awl sold cheap at
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Parties will find it for their interest to call or write
before purchasing elaewhei e.
A price list will be forwarded FREE on appliv:tirm
to . • w. B. MRLD,
April 8, 1873.-6nl c- Elkland. Tioto Co., Pa
of and Acute Rhe Neut./digs, Len.
bago, sciatica, Kidney, an Nervous Discuses. atter
yours of suffering, by 'licking Dn. F17..1_1_12 . k. VEGETABLY,.
ktlitaillAlliC SYRUP • scientific disco N cry or J. P.
Fiber, M. 0., a regular graduate phyith hem, are personally* acquainted, who has for )ccu - s
treated these diseases exclusively with astonishing re.
sults. We believe it our christian duty. utter delib
eration, to cousciei.tionsly request sufferers to use it,
especially- persons in moth-rate circumstances who
cannot afford to waste money and time on worthless
mixtures. AS clergymen we seriously feel the deep
reeponsibility restinglon us in publicly endorsing this
medicine. But our ki owledge and experience of its
remarkable merit Lilly Justifies our action. Lev. C.
H-. Ewing, Media:Fall's, antlered sixteen years,
acme hopeless. Rev. Thomas Murphy, B. D., Fr milt
ford, Philacra. Rev. .7. B. Davis, ilightstown; New
Jersey. Rev. J. S. Buchanan, Clarence, lowa. Rev.
G. G. Smith, Pittsford, New York. 11ev. Joseph Beggs,
Fulls Church, Philadelphia. Other testimonials trout
Senators, Governors, Judges, Congressmen, Pb}et
clans, &c., forwarded gratis with pamphlet explum•
lug these diseases. One thousand drillers mill be pie-.
stinted to any medicine for same 'diseases shoving
equal merit under test, pr that can produce one-tout th
as many Hying cures. Any person sending by letter
description of affliction will receive gratis a legally
signed guarantee, naming the windier of bottles to
cure, Agreeing to refund money upon swot Li stun mein
of its failure to cure. Afflicted invited to write to Di
eitier,PhSadelphia. His v.aluable adv ice vests nothing.
WOOD d: SCOVILLE, Agents, ,
Eiarch 11, '73-1 y
THE, ASSORTMENT IS THE BEST,
THE VARIETY OF NEW STYLES THE GREATEST,
THE PRIES THE CHEAPEST,
of auy stock ever brought into Tioga county
E. B. YOUNG'S
]Et s. Ple Cio "Et IE4
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG P
The eruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed So talon of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to lave
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assinzilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It inoreases the ,quantity
of Nature's Own 1' italizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
_ cures thousand ills," simply
by Toning up,lnvigorating and
Vitalizing the Systc»t. The en
___rtehod and vitalized blood per
meates every part_ of the- body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching outi morbid seem-
lions, and leaning nothing for
disease to feed upon:
This is the secret of the won
., derfut success of this remedy in
I, curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com.,
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Loss :of Constitutional Vigor,
Disease's of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in,
a bad state of the blood, or (le
• companied by debility or a low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol; in any forma, its
energizing effects are not Al
lowed by correspolaling reac
tion, but arc 'permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into all parts of the system,
and !building up an Iron Cron-
Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering area-
Sures, to strong, healthy, and ./
happy men and women ; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
iteite to give it a trial.
Bee that each bottle has PERU
WAN SYRUP /gown in the glas3.
SEM W. FOWLS- & I
Ro.-11111,1ton !hoe, iltos li
1 -1 r
SOLD BY DRI.IOOI Y 6 or:NI:RALLY.
WOOL Cabin- WORKS,
ALONZO WHITNEY, Pr, prietor:
Carding done on si;Ort no*lee at reasonable rake.
Emit ClarlepVia; 2'a. 4 444 . 244 /614,tt.