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A lesson in lit4tory.
'A. D. 1901
It was a summer evening,
0141 Mr. Smith bad coma
rrom Bat► Francisco, balloon,
To hill suburban home—
,Where. by the shorn of Klamath lake,
Bla plea;uro be was wont to take.
Ile aawhie grandchild, Coltdslna,
While playing at crogriet.
Roll itOlnething large and smooth and round,
To O r brothil, iieury , jelay,
And k the young apoo OJr he knew ,
Whe that queer pelmet° greW,
The old man Smith stappod up end took
Tho'relloiu his hand,
And shook it till it : rattled out
A ball or two ofj Baud.
71n El , Lae squat./ :llcsloc'n quoth he,
..'Who irll in tho groat victory."
“Nou tell us what 'twos oil about,”
Young Henry Oily implied;
While on her mallet: Coltexine
me tell ho the warriors were,
And why they kitteo coat ether hero.
..rt , was the Yaid.ceg," said ohl Smith,
..Who made the Alotlocs ruti;
Became cos (+tett the lauds
1114 tad WM/ ) . )1))1ted en. _
sonit what mixed, bnt all acre°
That %was a foutoni victory.
••Men, liabel3 and women, fifty-three,
eollowecl the Indian thief;
One hnneired nines ha many whites
IhnugUt Mr. to grief;
Atv I every red v.,as Lilted," said he,
''.lll the t;t e.tt Modes; iettlry."
'But what grew:ramp of it at last ?"
AtcaLect ge.tle Cull x iPe;
• ? Ly, we got their land, you bet,.
home• ou're living in; •
Au,lflati , y a heathen ee.,lp won we
In tlfat brave Chnatiau victory..
"Omit priaine cur olor.l Killem-gatnod,
Ant r e ioir flag wcen."
fhey marl the D:hle then?"
F5~ pm fug Colfaxtne.
••Why. that I eanunt eay," qunth h e ,
.T.ut 't!vego a glorioas victory."
Spiritualist paper---(w)rapping paper.
It is the second cutlet that re-veals a man.
To readers of fietion.—About the most
thrilling tale known is-the rattlesnakes.
A boy defines salt' "as the stuff that
makes potatoes taste bad when you don't
put on any."
'Pilot, you needn't wait any longer; it is
stanighti overhead." ' "Yes, but we ain't
goin' that way."
A young man's friends object to his being
loose, but somehow they have an equal ob
jection to his being tight.
A "dastiird rival" of the West, states that
the editor of this ----, was kicked last Satur,
day and nlw stands up to do his scissoring.
•'Wti . () 'Made you V' was asked of a small
girl. he replied, "God made me that
length,' iindicating with her hands the length
of a new-horn t infant, "and I growed the
Doctor--" Look here, 3frs. MacCawdie,
don't give him any more physic. A sound
sleep will do him more good than anything."
Doethor, if we could only
get him tae the kirk - ."
''A Judge at Montgomery, Ala., recently
,interrupted a very flowery young orator
With—" Hold on, hold on my dear sirl Don't
jo_any higher You are already out of the
urisdictiond of this court!"
"-An Ohio boy - who insisted that the lark
was the lust bird to soar in the morning was
an innocent ethild who had gleaned his
knowredgelrom seeing how late his father
slept after being out on a lark.
It was n Portland fellow who, after coming
to a railroad crossing the other day, and
'reading the sign—" Look out for thelocomo
tive," climbed to the top, and on gazing up
the track, wanted to know "wher'u thunder
the old thing ) was?'4
"ifVlint's y6 t tir buiiness ?" asked a judge
of a prisOne,f at 'the bar:- "Well I s' !pose
you Might call inc a locksmith." "When
did you hist , work - at your trader' "Last
night; Nylon I heard a call for the portico, 1
made a bolt fur the front dour."
The Boston Traveler is responsible for
the following report of an argument in a
heated etreet dsz , eussion : "I don't believe
in spiritualism. I think this: If a man goes
to h-1, lie can't come back here; and it he
goes to heaven, he don't want to."
The prospective brother-in-law of a young
Terre Hautentot sat down on a bent pin the
other evening. His smile as he hastily
Unite Mill Stlid, "1.. think it is cooler nea the
window love," waw sweet but sad. The' boy
puts a pillow in his chair this week.
military officer, one day while reiew
iii4 ids company, happened to be thrown
Irom his horse, and as he lay Sprawling on
the ground, said "to the friend! who' ran to
his assistance: "I thought I had izeproved
In h9r,wnialthip, but I mid I have fallen off."
hip wife the other day, that he would not
drink a drop as long as he had a hair on his
head. That very night he had his head
s h ave d smooth, and then got drunk with at
proud consciousness of having fitithfully kept
A Goorgia man being iv.ked if he thought
tt certain Politician in the State would steal.
replied: "Steal! Why, by Jove, if he
was paralyzed and hamstrung I wouldn't
trust hint in the De , ert of Sahara, with the
bigge , t anchor of the Great Eastern. Stott'
should thiiik he would."
Two Titusville, Pa., 11iwyers entered into
n solemn compact not to drink intoxicating
liquors for a year except when out duck
Olooting, under forfeit of $lOO. One allay
his thir-t without losing his ducats by keep
ing a duck in the back yard to lire at whin
he is dry, and the other has invested in olie
Some persons gain ft wonderful control
over their fea(ures. A newly married Terre
Haute man rcA!eived a letter from his wife's
mother recently, declining an invitation to
make her home with them, and not even his
most intimate friend detected a look of grief
in his eye. :lie oven smiled occasionally
during the day. Some can smile with a brok
Henry Clay had a standing joke, which he
never failed to perpetrate at John Quincy
Adams's expense, when he caught hiSMassa
chu:etts colleague in a congenial crowd.
Adams was afflicted during his whole life
with a discaAi of the lachrymal duct, which
caused his optics to be constantly watery.
The two occupied the same apartment, and. a
rosy and buxom Swiss damsel attended the
room. Clay's story was that, upon his at
tempting to snatch a kiss from his handsome
chambermaid, he was bluffed oil' with, "Oh,
Mr. Clay, you must not, for Mr. Adams a
few minutes ago, bogged me with tears in
his ev es, for a similar favor, and I refused
The Bev. Moneure D. Conway, in a recent
letter from London to the Cincinnati Com
mercial, says: "Mx. Spurgeon is credited
with the following which if not trub is ben
trovato. He is said to have been taken to
task by some Sabbatarian since ho has found
it necessary to employ a, brougham to take
him to church. 'But,' ho urged, 1. only sit
in the carriage—l don't work."Ah, yes,
sir,' said the other, •but your coachman—
think of him I"Oh, ho is a Jew, and keeps
the seventh dasiSabbath.' • 'Butyour horse?'
'Oh,' said Spurgeon getting a little impatient
'ho is a Jew too!' This reminds me of an
other little story going the rounds concern
ing ollno of our broad Church clergymen.
who being recently on an excursion in Scot
land, was vehemently rebuked by his land
lady for taking a walk on Sunday afternoon.
Thu clergyman said that he could not see the
harm, and replied, 'You know thatour Lord
nimself walked with Bisdiseiples in the field
on the Sabbath day.' •Ay,' said the old lady,,
'ay, I ken it, an' 1 ne'er thocht any the bet
ter o' him fur it neither I'
The following amusing scene occurred. in
a police court: The priboner in this case,
whose name was Dickey Swivel, alias "Stove
ripe Pete," was placed et the bar, and ques
tioned by the judge to the followingAtrect:
Judge.—Bring the prisoner into court.
Pete—Here I am, bound to blazes, as the
spirits of, tu r pentine bald, when he was all
lake a littL of the fire out of you.
now tto you live?
' I ain't'Orticular, as the oyster said, when
they asked him if ho would be roasted or
'e don't want to hear what the oyster
Enid, or the spirits of turpentine either.
"What do you,
Anything that &It/ma in my way, as the
locomotive Enid, when ho ran over a little
on't care anything about the locomotive.
What is your business?
That's various,. as the cat said when she
stole the'chileken off the-table.
If I hear any more absurd comparisons,
I will give you twelve months.
I'm done us the lieefstake said to the cook.
Now, sir, your punibinnent shall depend
On the shortness and correctness of.your an-
Fwers. 1 suppose you live by going around
No, sir • I
can't go around dock/ without n
bout, and I ain't got none.
Ani - wor e•ir 'How dO you get your
' Some titne. at the bakers and sometimes I
tnore of your FtuDid nonsense! How
do 4 you iiiiport yourself?
Sometimes on my legs, and sometimes on
a cheer, (chair.)
How do you keep yourself alive?
By breathing, sir.
order- vou to ansWer this question eor
re.t.iy t slow do youi.do,
Pretty well, 1 tliankyou, Judge. How do
I shall have to commit you.
Well, you hayo c inailtted yourself first,
that's some consoluti a.
who has long Mem sainbilahed to the Jaweirj , business
In Wollsboro, has rdways for eato various kinds
and pricing of
0014 or Silver.
- Eeys, tßinffs, Pins, Pen- ,
cils Cases, Gold and -
Steel Pens, Thim
With alroaAt al/ oilier articles usually 'kept In such
evalialanieuta-, which aro sold low for
A SI JET.
Repairing done neatly and promptly, and on short
I A. FOLLY.:`
Aug 12. 1873.
ti Efftcoroderelgued aro prapared to pay the
Highest Market PrieP, iu
for WOOL, at their BOOT ASIA SHOE STORE, •Las
Sears's Brick Block
Wo will be pleased to bare our Meads ceill and
KXAMINE OUR STOCK OF
which we propose to sell as low as can be purobasea
10 au7 market west of New York.
We Defy Competition on our Custom-Made
CALL 4,31 - D )3BE U
C. W. Azusa, 1
L bl. BODVIN. f -
Wellabor°, Pa., June 3, 1873.4t.t.
over CatonbeJl Eroa. Store, to Nelson, Pe.
AN kinds of •
constantly on hand. A choice and extensive stook of
Parlor and Chainber
Just received. Now In your chance to select from a large
fresh stook of a variety of styles and at prices as cheap
as the cheapest. Special attention paid to UNDER
Caskets and Coffins
of every size, style and deseriptionconatantly on hand.
GIVE US A CALL.
July 15, 1873--3 m. ' E. T. CONGDON.
WALKER & LATHROP.
HARDWARE. IRON, STEEL, NAIL%
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLES, Aro,
Corning, N. Y., Jan. i. i 872.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
For all the purposes of a Family Physic,
Biliousness, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Totter, Tumors and Balt Rhetpa,
Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a Dinner Pill, and Puri
fying the Blood, are - the zoost congenial purgative yet
perfected. Their effects abundantly show how much
they excel all other Plila. I.:l.le;(rare safe and pleasant
to take, but powerful to pure. 'They purge out the
foul humors of the blood; they stimulate the slug
gish or disordered organ into action; and they impart
health and touo to the whole being. They cure not
only the every day"complainta of everybody, but
formidable and dangerous diseases. Most Skillful
physicians, moat eminent clergymen, and our best
citizens, send certificates of cures performed and of
gr,ot benefitA they have derived from these Pills.—
TLey aro the safest and best physic for children, in,-
cause mild as well as'effeetual. Being sugar ooatod,
they are easy to take; and being purely vegetable,
they are entirely harmless.
Dr. J. C. AYER £ CO., Lowell, Mods.,
Praefical and AnaTyCipal Chondias.
SOLD BY A:I.I. DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN PIED
For Sale by Taylor & Spalding, Druggists, We'labor°
Aug. 12, leas-let
Tioga riCarble Works.
'it HE undersigned in now prepared to execute all or.
1. tiers for Tomb Stones and Monumeata of either
Italian or Rutland Marble,
of the latest style and approved vrorkinaushipand with
lie keeps constantly on hand both kinds of garble
arid will be able to stiff all who may favor him with
t belt. orders, on as reasonable terms as 0413 be obtained
WHOLESALE 11FALER 1:4
Foreign and DoMestic Liquors'
Agent for Fine Old 'Whiskies,
CORNING, N. Y.
JIM. 1, 1872.
Timber Land for Sale.
'T 11E undersigned offers for sale two hundied and
I thirty-eight acres of timber land about eight miles
south-west of Wellsboro. Thera is a largo quantity of
hemlock and considerable chestnut upon it. A portion
of it will mske fine 'fuming lands. It will bo sold
on time. Inquire of WU. A. STONE,
Atuflist 28, 1878-tf. Wellstioro,Ps.
SEARS & BODINE
&venoms, Jaundice, Dye
via, Indigestion ' Dym
tory, Foul Stomach and
)ath, Erysipelas ' Head-
Le, riles, Rheumatism '
iptions and Skln Dismal-
PAINTED POST IRON WORKS,
SIM; 8 L 114 CD /N 1840
A..rrrr.u.p vcps , r,,Tit. Y.
PO.RTABLE AND STATIONA.RY STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.
PARTICTLAR. ATTINTION PAID TO •
GANG SAW MILLS, ENGLISH, DIULAY k cIRCULAIt MILLS
SHINGLE DULLS AND ENGINES ALWAYS ON HAND
Water Wheels suited to all heads of water, Tannery 'lrons, Bridge Irons, &e.
sin experience by our Jilr. JP. IL Calkins'of over twenty
years as a Machinist and Foreman, enables us,
by his personal supervision,. to make
strictly firsf-class Goods. -
Feb. 18. 1873.-Iy.
W. J. Horton 8z Bro.,
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, READY-MADE CLONING, GENTS
FURNISHING GOODS, WHITE GOODS, YAIT=I
KEE NOTIONS, HATS, CAM BOOTS, SHOES, GROOERXES, OIL
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES,.
EriepL 9, 1873
AT THE 'REGULATOR'
TOII WILL FIND:11,11W NEW ANDIFASHIONABLE
polka Spot-Prints, Detains and Alpacas.
. . • . • , 0 , 1 ' • • " • W
THOSE LA.RENE MARGOTT PANNIERS
CA.Mant3EtICS ro r spring and Sumin er,
MARSALES for Ladies' 'and Childre n' s
Dreigses in large quantities.
THOSE RTJFFEIN GS, TUOKINGS & TRIMMINGS
5, Inaot all kinds of Gods can be found at the Regalatar.
21 11;1.03 11 V 3 190g9QL 242 (6-3 CII7IPIPZIT,
71133031, IfIiatItUmakILLIVEMID citi num
Gz; l ocerles of all kinds.
CROCKERY of the best Ironstone China.
tl3o,o'l'S A..I%7L)IiCO3ES I
A large assartreent—Men'e. Walnut's, and Obildren'e—at prices as cheap as the cheapest.
Corning. April 23../873.41.
Hare just rewired the largest stook of
ever brought into WELLti[BORO I
'SILKS I SILKS !
THAT ALL THE LADIES WEAR.
unrivaled in quality and prim.
that the ladies cannot do without, is abuultuoa.
W. 3. HORTON & BUO.
J. S. NEWELL.
My Stock has been
tall be satisfied with price
Manufacturers of Stationeryl
for Saw Mills, Grist Mills and
and leached bark, Castings, ;
ditties for shipping by Canal
Western builders of the best •
Jan. 1,1872.4 y.
Machinery of all
Our .711 fr. G.
off' the be.
Conning, N. Y., deptember
4,000 Cords of
ONTRACTS will be made
peeled and delivered the
per cord of 2,200 lbs ; cash.on
Bark peeled last year will t
ninety days at $4 per cord 01
We will make contracts fo
bark on lands of the Penns),
Lumber Co. 134
weliaboro. May 18, 1973-tf.
Rs. SOFLELD announces!
has a very large and dust
and Ladies' rumlslaing and
of f ered at very 101 , rates.
G LOVES, CORSETS)
Notions; also reatly•utade whit l
The public are cordially
Wiallabor% May 13, 187' ; ..,
Y FOR THE FALL TRADE
Has just received a /urge stock of
`Fancy DM' GOODS',
SS GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,4I3OOTS,
Suitable for the spring Trade.
oenredfrorn the best markets in the country; and therefore you
TOFolllrNizNil •7F- - z - il 0-M
oundry & Machine Shop.
• .."=" 3 7 11:3-e. CfC 153 COMLE37
and Portable Engines and Boilers. Gearing. Shafting and Machinery required
Tanneries, Ovens and Grates. for burning Tan. Screws for moving unleached
Railroad Frogs, Chairs, and Repairing,done at short notice. We have fa.
Railroads to all points, and can furnish Machinery cheaper t an Eastern or
CORNINO, STEUBEN NUN N. I.
sn ST, I-ieerma-ns,
lITRERS OF STEAM YN - GINES,
5, CIRCITLAR, , GANG; , IAND
Tail . SAW MILLS,
OR `p-RIST TMILLS,
RIES, & - C.. GEARING,
BOLTS, AND CASTINGS OF ALL
PTIONS IN IRON & BRASS. -
inds repaired promptly and at reasonable rates
•W. Preston is well known as one
t mechanics in Western .7rew
and he gives his personal
genii:onto the details or '
' our business.
EGS OF NAILS
UST RECEIVED BY
IcItESS tSz CO.
FULL STOCK OF
Dols, an pair v nen's itteuils
ention. paid to Tin Roofing
THE ADJUSTABLE SPRING BED
r the purchase) of Bark
• nsuirig season. at $4.50
• received for the next
2,200 lbs; cash on de-
Bartlett . * Patent June 21. 1870.
*kat Spring, elastit slat.
peeling 4.000 coil's of
ivonia Joint Land and
EY, LONVEL. & CO. •
With only a singfc matress. For durability, comfort,
cleanliness, and adjugtmeut It lino no equal. A su
perior bed for thhsick-room, as well as for persons in
[ health. Orders ercite,thby the proprietor for Tioga
county. J. S. PALMER,
April 1, 1873.4 •
to the public that air
, blo stock of Millinery
'Arley Goods; Which are
riIHLS is a'wontlerful little invention, and for the
trifling expense of FIFTY CENTS every person
can have one in his house and shop and be his own
glazier. This instrument will cut glass better than
luny diamond which will coat Filly Dot.ats. Any per-
San eau use it. It Is elniply a nice putty knife with a
small stet:l wheel that makes twenty-live hundred
revolutions in a minute—tempered in a peculiar man
ner. It requires Ao skill or practice to use it. Any
body con cut gloss with it—even a child. It will last
a lifetime. gar Agents wanted. Sent prepaid to any
safely packed , upon receipt of 50 cents and a
letter stamp by H. H.,OLARIC & CO., 803 East Capitol
street, Washington, P. 0.--Sept. 10,1873.'48t.+
I ES, and
goods in everylrartaty,
nvitail to inspect and
A LUXURIOUS BEOf
Magic Glass Cutter.
Ta - - A VEGETABLE PREPARATION,
A. composed simply of well-known ROOTS,
HERBS, and FRUITS, combined with otber, ,
groperties, which in their nature era Cathartic,
Aperient, Nutritious. Diuretic, Alterative and Anti-
Bilious. The whole is preserved in a sufficient
quantity of spirit from Um stIGAR CAA F. to
keep teem in any aliment, which makes the . •
N . . 'INTERS
one of the most desirable Tonics and Cathnt
tlOSl in the world. They are intended stketly
onl to be need as a medicine, and always according
They are the sheet-anchor of the fe, blo and de.
bilitated. They act upon a 'lli-east-3 ard
stimulainti to Such a degree, that a Iteo,!th,y
at once brought about. As a 1 , -mu.:y
a re especially enbjca, it i • r_ t . ;
every other stimulant. As a Sp .1.
ur 'g'ult le. they have no equal. '2 •ey aze a
mild an I gentle Pureattve as wtul 'I hey
Purly 11:00d. They rreasptendt.i APpetAzcl:.
Trey mrko tho weak strong. and fa
vigoro'u They cure
Headache. "I'uey ant Se a `,1`,..t . It: Z.l n.l cp. file,. 4
tliconic efi rodertonw
ht a 6 do.vu the aultual spit:,
1 - 'll
..000t 63 Pars c
_ _ _
°VP 7/ 7 117RTY TrA.itS AGO T.70.N . 8 'NA TITAIRON FOR
VI 7' st 1.11T4 p!4,e,1 a. the inerkot by Piofeseor
E. Thonme Lyon. cc",j;raduate of I rru, eton college.
'rho name le derived Irma Cie (.•i Lek ••Eveccno,
emill eying to clett4se, purefik. h ofo
Tim. favor it /ma t , 0.1 tha populeity is hits
eibtaMe,t, nnn••, ;,• -1 incn /t
ere,.6ea • a.••. , the iiArn. Itie
a tl, , :;:!.11,. , •1 ...•tes dna:chuff. It
yer.vent ., , t':e o••. • _ g ay. It keeps the
bend cool.: 77 e ,•,• . a t• 130 ft, glat":4 ar
I; : •.• - •'•
usittiato:.- , ',too, and la
ca . Z . Si,- rts.;'. V't c.. - I,laii' 3 Csk. Ty i 1314 gai.r.
i*,;,-,ft..k ?N _ . .
sr.- .., ~. A-.', c' - '," T 1 mia 1m0.,,, , r ~.
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May 13, 1373,-Rot-ly.
I: 2 l.l9tark.llig - Mill.
A USTI'S & HOWLAND are prepared to furnish Brat
class work from the best lumber, at their new fee
tory which is now in full operation.
311ININ g ) 11'20X.411P00
dove pro4ptly, and In the best manner. The beat
workmen employed, and none but the best seasoned
lumber lazed. Encourage homeindgetry,
Factory near the foot of Main
T do not say government, I do say idolatry has ni
l. ceived protection, do net allow the one of a better
belief to live, I did advertieri in the Wellaboro paper,
handed the latter and the tracts round. I did receive
two letters from Horace Greeley at the time he was
nominated for the house, banded to me by hand and
not by post. I cannot receive a letter by poet office,
no mattet how many of those in the post office done
the oath, rob the money in that way. Idolatry re
ceives protection inAhatnintends to live.
I(1 word all UM word of the world Up. I do - wi 1
ail the power above. Cdo beg all the pi otection of all
the revenue In the world. I ant the cross owner of all
the wild In the world, all those who will be married
will be married by the Cross _Elder Giver Jelin Beam-
Isla, height home Peltier• Clear, Union township, Bogs
county, Pennsylvania. Oh, I ata exposer heir mine
owner. I claim all the son in the roads. all the mines,
minerals in the world. Ido claim ali --- tbe dues, rights
of Saviour in the same like manner, that it Is mine, it
is mine, it is no ono else. Ido declare by his mighty
the God abet e. Ido declare, please play, do help it.
Ido bog, pr ay thee to woe-you. I am•those who be
lieve in the Saviour will do the word - the work. John
Ido claim all the minerals. mines in the vicinity of
Itiossburg, by ail the power of the Almighty God
above. 1 do declare, Johu ticamish. Ido beg all the
word of all wire over. lum the Cross owner of an
the wire over on this Lord's day, and every oilier
cross thing in the same way. lam the etenB owner
of all the revenue of ail the United States. I am Lord,
I live as the Lord before me did live with the - wild in
the woods with a bit of a cabin to lie down in. make
the tire, clean the ground, third I work bard and chip
the wood for the widows, my living is du:•t and corn
meal: Ido beg unto Almighty God above, may the
pledge, help it I beg ,autl pray thee, do help it, eight
Musenin'allowed in the bar room by John Eleatuish.
No }anise have I to dear them round, no bed have I to
lay me down, the three logged stool is the chieLuf my
store, and the,iteg little cottage has ground flTr the
door., No ehalr have I to seat ni3 sell downn, no cow
hare I to t»i ihuyseif down, but a thr. - 0 legged stool
is the chief,, f my store, and the neat little cottage has
ground for t to floor, no pig have I to laid myself good.
no sheep have I to clothe myself warm, but the duce
legged stool is the obit? of my store and the neat little
cottage has ground on the door, no horse have 'I to
ride the country road, nu eat have I to elates the mice
roinni, but the three legged stool is the chief of my
store, and the neat Haw cottage Las ground on the
floor. No dog hive I. the father of them all, no des
have Ito follow me round, the three lepgeti stool at
the chief of my store, anti the neat little cuttit, 2 ,e Las
grol.llld no the floor.
Telegraph over all the witeln the world, the sea tu:-
quaint the tale the neighbor too. There Is no one equal
none eau compere'. he does this day this day &elate.
John Beatulaii; Union township, Tioga county, Pa.
heir owner. Ann= tam, damn then]. brand thew All
witohea and wizardi; limy °ins far sag Aelior. Du.
1.4 % L I VO Pe: s S
A : k
rt*-11 '4 , ATHAIIIN
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It promotes the (311.016VT/I, PRESIER
VE3 the COLOR, and increases the
Vigor ;Ind UL MVP) of the
ooruitantly on band, or manntootured to order
Planing and Matching
Jan. 2, 1872-tf.
John Beandsh, the Entire:Empire.
A '2ll r o u w e, o t t u eri nl ib os i ti t u c t z ti v i et s o al a u atite t old j 4 a.
FINE AND COMMON = FURNITURR
obe found Nortbein Pottuey;tranta, conslinu e w
and a tun stock of the common goods uftattlly fourir!lo
a firstrclass establishment. The above geed. s an. ta.,
ly of their own manufacture. and sahimultott 6.
Indeed both as to quality and price. Tiwy
- Woven Wire Mattrass
the most popular spring bed sold; also the T.b
Spring 13Gd that has been on trial for 17 years aad
on tunvo*J satisfaction. - Our
is supplieid wit 4 an sizes of the Excelsior aisket, a Iltql
and beautiful style Of burial case, together ' , oil, ctn. (
kinds of foreign and home manufacture, with triaa.
miugs to match. They will
any nee a
iality in their buainas, and any needing their atri,
will be attended to Promptly, and at wattsfactory ,h a ea
gee. Odd pieces of Furniture made, and Turulag
all kinds done with neatness and dispatch.
To! WHO MIT MY CONCERN.—Haring COncluS t il tho.
lamtentitled to a little rest after nearly 40 ycatii . 4 „
aPplheation to business, I hive passed ON er the krill.
re business to "the Boys" as Or sho‘e alt It ...
neat, and take this methon of a fug for Of in the
Same liberal patronage as has been extended to I,, e _
Ely books may be found at the old px_qur scition,Ent
Jan. 10, 1872. B. T. VAN liOlili.
. tut. Nat lo y ..4
Furniture and ;Undertaking.
Van Horn --& Chandler,
isuu.r. to B. T. Vail Hurt)
FINE PARLOR ANp CHAMBER Stirti,
SOFAS, COROgEI3, TWIS.A.TY.TI4
HAR,ELF. AND WOOD TOP CENTER
HAS RACKS, FANCY CHAIRS, 1111.1t1 oES,
OVAL AND SQUARE FRAMEB; DRACR
IETS, PURE: No. 1 HAIR SIXITRASB
- HUSK & EXCELSIOR MAT
Jan. 10, 1872
VAN HORN & CE&,NDLEIt
e i ITE BUT WO RK. \\`
tTlir Best Material. \ lt re
"THE!' BOOT MAKE 11,1*
1 FIRST BOOR BELOW THE POST OFFIC / y ) .
particular attention paid eo t i t/
`itt> i. ,. "STYLE." 4/
of Chronic and Acute Rlieumutisiii - , Neurplvi, Loin.
bago, Sciatica,Aidney, and Nervous Dibr kteki, alter
years of suffering, by taking Dn. FITLEII . 4' VI:GETABLE,
MIEVINIAT/C Smut—the is4letitilic die. mei3 of J. P.'
Fitter, IL D., a regular graduate phy eiclan, w ith ulnas
we are peraonally acquainted, who has for 19 years
treated these diseases exclusively with astemshing re.
sults. We believe it our christian duty, after delib.
eration, to conscientiously request sufferers to ass it,
especially persons in moderate circumstances who
cannot afford to waste money and time on worthiest
Mixtures. As clergymen we' seriously feel the deep
responsibility resting on us in publicly endorsing this
medicine. But our knowledge and experience oi,itt
remarkable merit fully Justifies our action. Rev. C.
11. Ewing, Media, Penn's, suffered sixteen years,
came hopeless. 'Rev. Thbmas Murphy, D. P., Flank
ford, Philad'a. Rev. J. B. Davis, Bightstown, Nov
Jersey. Rev. J. 8, Buchanan, Clarence, lowa. Rev.
G. G. Smith, Pittsford, New York. Rev. Joseph Beggs,
Falls Church, Philadelphia. Other testimonials iron
Senatots. Governors, Judges, Congressmen,
011013, irc., forwarded gratis with pamphlet
trig these disca4s. One thousand dollars wilt lit jie
Bente& to any medicine' Rik. same diseases showing
equal merit under teat, or that can produce 'one-fourth
as many living elites. Any person sending letter
description of affliction will receive t'gratis legally
signed guarantoolinaming the nunibtir of bettloa to
cure, agreeing to refund money upon I diworn stAtemetit
of its failure to cure. Afflicted invited to write to Dr
Fitler,Philadelphia. His valuable advice coins nothing
WOOD 1 SCOVILLE, Agerjts,
March 11,'79—1y. Enoxvill. Pa,
Wall Pape' -r
THE ASSORTMENT 13 113:E . , BEST,
THE VARIETY OF NEW STYLES THE GREATEST,
THE PRICES THE CHEAPEST
of any stook 'Ter brought intoLTioga county.
THE GREAT REMEDY' FOR
which 'can be cured by a
timely resort to this stand!:
and preparatiop,.aS has . been
proved by the\ hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. Iris acknOWl
- by map prominent
physicians to be the most
yeliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief Ad
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to - the; public,
I Fanetioned by the experience
of over forty years. 'When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the. most severe
cases of Coughs; Bronchit is,
Croup, Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or S ‘ ore-
Dcss in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. IVistar's
Balsam does not dry up a
Cough, ad leave the cause
behind ) as.!- is the case with
Mpst , preparations, but it,
loosens and Cleanses
lungs,i and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
BETE W. TOWLE & SONS. Boston,
Ana sold by Druggists hnaDealer,s&uersily.
WOOL CARPING WORKS,
E 0 ITABLESTON, PA:
ALONZO WHITNEY, Prcprietor.
Carding done on short notice at reasonable Tatty
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