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Ten Days Later - from Valifornia.
71.00'21fillions in. Coil—rThe .Admission of Cali..
fornia—EleciOn in , California—Mining .1:111e/ii.
The steainer, Cicieent, City, brings iiate2
frorn.thagres' to the 10th bst.,,And trent
San Francisco to the 19th "She borne
by way ,of llavitna, the' violence "of the
cholera in:. Jamaica fi?rbidding her teaching
The C. brings 350 passengers, eleven
hundred thousand - .dollars in gold dust on
freight, and a rge'amount in - the hands of
the passengers.. ,„
THE ADMISSION OF CALIFORNIA.
Wherf : the news of this event reached
San Francisco `it excited ; general rejoicings.
The ships in the harborfired their pins, the
first .one , :to blaze away being a British
barque from Liverpool.. The Alta Califor
nian thus' describes the scene in the city :
The,OTegon came gallantly into the har
bor, and telling the
importance of -the news she brought by
continued cannonading.' 'At &teethe Ame
rican 'Flag went up -froin every possible
place in the city. One gallant fellow
worked his way up the slippery flag-staff
on the Square and, rove - the pennant hal
yards amid the cheers of the crowd. Then
the, stars and ,striped WentAoating aloft,
and , every hat swung around, and every ,
voice was brought into. requisition, to wel
come the first public flag ever raised there
in honor ''of the thirty-flrst State of ; the
" Three times three" were given in token
of pride and pleasure ; as many more for
Henry Clay, for having " assisted in putting
it there,", the same for Mr. Benten int. the
same reason, and many cheers for others.
Then the people contributed -between 8200
and $3OO for the benefit of the fine felloW
who " shinned up the flag-itaff. Soon two
splendid pieces of ordnance were on the
ground beneath' the flag, and a grand salute
of—we do not k:now how many guns—Lfired
in honor of the great occasion.
These cannon were from the revenue
cutter, and under the direction of Capt.
Frazer, were skilfdlly managed. Univer
sal joy seems to prevail among all glasses.
The young republicans are glorious and so
are the old. Several thousand dollars were
subscribed within two hours, for a grand
ball in honor of the occasion. • The El Do
rado and other buildings were illuminated,
and crackers, and fire-arms, and happy
voices, all told 'unmistakeably of the love of
the Union, which is one of the.strongest
feelings id the hearts of our citizens.
ELECTION IN CALIFORNIA.
The election for Clerk of the Supreme
Court, Attorney General, Senators, Meth
bers of Assembly,
,&c. &C., took place in
California, on the 7th October. The fol
lowing persons are, beyond all question,
elected :—James F. Nooney, (Whig,) Su
perintendent of Public Instruction; James
A. McDougal, (Dem.) Attorney General.
F.. H. Tharp, (Dem.) Clerk of Supreme
The vote fog the location of the seat of
government, as far as we have ailvices, is
as follows :
Vallejo, , ... . .4765
San Jose; . 324
Reed's proposition, • 290
The Leiislature stands as follows, as far
as heard ..freitn—Senate—Whigs holding
over, 6 ; elected, in the San Jose district, 1;
San Joaquin district, I—total Demo
crats holding over, 2 ; elected in San Fran
cisco district, 1 ; Sacramento 'district, 1—
total 4.. • ,As the Senate is composed of six
teen members, that body 'will, most , likely,
stand nine Whigs to seven Democrats, giv
ing the Whigs a majority of two in - the
The Whigs have elected four members
of the. Assembly in San Francisco, two in
San Jose,.one in Yuba, and one in Yolio—
total 8. The Democrats one in San-Fran
cisco, one in .Benicia, an,d one in Sacramen
to. The rest of the members elected we
are, just now, unable-M
FROM THE MINES
Our newspaper accalints from the mines
are very meagre; owin,,, , i proliably to the
wet season setting in. Verbal'occounts. re
present that the miners -do not much indi
xdually, but collectively, the amount ',of
gold obtained has been Very . gieat. , 1 ,
The Indians on the upper.; Sacramento
and Trinity diggings, are becothing troulde
some. . • ' ' 1 1
For several .days past we have. been
threrkteued with rain;, and fps Morning' it
commenced coming down in good earnest.
Enough "has fallen to lay= the dust in our
streets, and cool the heated latthosphere4—
This is the first of the season, in this plaCe,
and is quite' refreshing. ' i
-We- regret that 'manyof the damming
corePariie.s on the Stenilaus iind Tuolumne
rivers,,' are - been - Ming, discouraged, and giv
ing up their etaims,stler bestowing so much
time and' st:Or upon'-them • We hear of
several claims being entirely . abandoned:
Roil the Pacifi' Rein, Oct. 15.
on the Tuol mne river were'
By the rains some thr e weeks since,-
washed away, or partially i jured. I . But so
great,-"Was the faith of th se engaged in
these works that the bed of the stream
would pay, - could. they,ove fairly get into
it, that most of-the coropani wentto .work
and repaired'their dams; nd now; many
of theist are lea ity - af their ex
pectations: . ftissomewhat emarkable,that
of all the: streams. upon7hich .60 much
labor has - been bestowed' his season,- the
,alone has proved, if anything,
nearly'as rich a; "th e beds of the streams
were generally supposed to, be;•- i
Now that the..variouS ;damming opera
tions on the rivers have been given up, as a
generafthitiid, -- lhe - miners are looking about
. for winter quarters where they may be able,
in, part f to .repair .their misfortunes . of the
past suromir. - ~
END OF THE SQUATTER iVAIt.
The Secrimento papeOinform us that
a commutilcittiiia'.Wae received thorn Dr.
,tbe 'Common .Ceuricit,,i‘afihttt
city congratulatory kin the restoration of
!Oyer Bigelow, accompanied with a profes
s nal bill of $4,000 for attendance: on Krii,
and one from Dr.l - 36;de tor. s6oo'aS con:
spiting Physician.. We understand. that
several more professiopal bills Pre to go up
and go in to Council. The liquor and eat
ing bill of ,the' soldiers and _valiant patriots
who went up from this city to put an end
to the Scjuatter War amounts to about
$2,000. This is a rich-country.
Verlfication - ia'a, Dream.
. Just two weeks ago, last Saturday; night,
says the Boston .Transcript, a young lady
residing in Hanover st., in this city, retired.
to bed at her: usual hour, and in her usual
cheerful, happy frameof mind. After hay
ing fallen asleep, she had a frightful dream
or vision. She - dreamed that her brother,
who was in the western part of New,Yotk,
was killed, and 'his body horribly mangled
in death. This-dream seemed so vivid and
real, and impressed her, mind .so forcible,
that'she woke, and even rose from her bed,
and walked her room; weeping in great an
Another lady, - who was asleep in an ad
joining chamber, was •awakened by her
wailings, and, on going into the room to
ascertain the cause, found her sitting in a '
chair weeping. The lady endeavored. to
soothe her fears, and finally persuaded her
to retire once more to bed, and try to forget
the dream. The next Monday morning the
young lady received a telegraphic despatch,
announcing that her brother, Mr. Wise, a
breakman on the Western railroad, had fal
len from the cars on one of the freight
trains near East Chatham,- N. Y., and been
run over, and instantly killed. --,The acci
dent happened at about two o'clock on Sun
day morning, precisely about the time of
In the Boston Transcript of Tuesday we
find another case of the above nature which
we copy :
A week ago last Saturday night, Messrs.
Fuller & Colton, enterprising young mer
chants at 311 Washington street, left their
store at 12 o'clock on that. night for their
sleeping apartments in Summer street. Du
ring the night, Mr. Colton dreamed that
their store was broken into by robbers, who
were stealing silk cravats. So powerfully
was his mind wrought upon by this vision,
that he became - almost crazed, and jumped
up and caught hold of his partner, (who
was asleep in the same room) thinking he
was the man. Mr. Fuller told him he was
crazy, and that he was dreaming,.&c. and
induced him again to go to sleep. In,a few
moments the same scene was again enacted.
The next morning (Sunday) when these
gentlemen went to their store, they found it
had been broken open during the night,
and fifteen hundred dollars in goods stolen
—and more than a thousand dollars in silk
cravats ! On the following morning, the
city papers gave the particulars of the rob
One of our Washington correspondents
suggested in Friday's paper, that acquisition
of the island of Cuba will becOme one of
the elements in the Presidential contest of
1852, unleis previously disposed of by tho
present administration. We do not doubt
that Cuba is destined to come into our pos
session, either by purchase or conquest.—
We should prefer the former; as, if the
latter mode were adopted, it might, possibly,
involve us in war with some of the EUro
peen powers.. The location of Cuba is such,
that the United States never can consent to
its being transferred to any other power.
But the acquisition of that island will only
whet an appetite that cannot be appeased.
As the man possessed of thousands of
acres which he cannot cultivate, still craves
more,: so will the mitten mates, witn an al
most boundless extent of territory, still look
abroad for new acquisitions. In less than
half a century the Canadas, Cuba, and the'
whole of Mexico, and perhaps, most of the
West India islands, will be annexed to the
United States, should we so long be preser
ved a united people. If not, States or sec
tions will proceed to conquer and annex on
their own hook. • It is not in the nature of
men or nations to be contented—neither
ever have enough so long as more can be
obtained. Our country is not exempt from
this craving appetite, nor will it be from the
destiny which has invariably attended its
qualificatioes. We shall finally separate
into difierent confederacies, which will con.
tend against each other, until some Alexan
der or Napoleon shall arise to weld- us , to
gether--in a solid despotism. The seeds are
already sown, and the fruits must inevitably
follow—sooner, we fear, than is now antiei
, pated.—B4ltimore Clipper.
Great Artesian Well.
A 'Paris letter-id the National Intel!igen
_Artesian well at Kissengen,
in Bavaria, commenced eighteen , years ago,
and which it was feared would have to, be
abandoned as a failure, has just given the
`Most satisfactory iresults., This town, is
located in a saline valley, nine hundred and
eigbiy;foUr feet above the level .of .the Bat
tic sea.: Last:June the boring had, reached
a depth' of , 'eighteen- 'hundred and thirty
seven feet and_ several , layers of salt, sepa
rated by stiataof granite, had been traver
sed, when carbonic acid gas followed again
by granite,. was thund. finally, on the
12th ult., at a 'depth of two thousand and
sixty, seven, feet,-perseveranee was, rewar
ded by complete sticcess. A 'violent explo
sion buist,eway the sc,affoldibg. built to, fa
cilitate tbe operations, and a, column of
water four and a I half inehss in diameter
, fr forth to the heigth of ninety:eight
feet above - the surface. The : waterlear
as crystal—is of a temperature or sixty 7 six
_Fahrenheit, and is abundantly charged with
,'lt is calculated -that the Annual pro
duct Will he 'Upwards 'of 6,600,000 lbs,, per
annum, increasing theroyal:-revenue by,
300,09011orips p arter deducting all expenses.
THEI:WILLSI3 , OROUGM'ADTERTIS,ER.
The newly invented; steam-divingbell
boat, built recently . at Paducah, Ky., is ae
complishibgiwondersorit be Western waters.
She was built for 'the -eXpress purpose.' of
rescuing, pkoperty from :sunken ',vessels;.
and soon alter being launched and prepared
for basinesS,alie proceeded up, the-Cumber
land river I to the wreck of the steamer
Charles Carroll, and in about three or four,
weeks' 'tittle the entire cargo in the' hull,
consisting of some 4500 'barrels:cot pork
and lard, was taken out, and finally the hull
itself was raised, and semoved_from the
channel of the river, to which it had formed
'a very sericins obstructioa. This extensive
job completed, she proceeded' to the Ohio,
where the machinery and boilers of a sun
ken boat were taken out. Thence she was,
directed to he spot, a short distance beloW
Cairo, whew the steamer Neptune sunk, ,
thirty year ago, and with a dive of fifty
five feet a number of articles were rescued
which were considered hopelessly lost. The
iron chest of the beat, containing sundry
articles and! a pocket book filled with what'
were once hank notes, were among the con
tents of the chest, but they, disappeared as
soon as broaght in contact with the air, and
nothing renliained but the calf-skin in which
they were enveloped. About-five hundred.
pigs of lead, in a good state of preservation,
were also taken from the deep, and a jar or
butter, decidedly - the oldest now extant.—
The jar is slid to be a curiosity in its way,'
with the identical saucer' on the mouth to
preserve the contents from injury ; and,
shows the care of the shippers of this ne
cessary article in those primitive dnys.
NEW Yo* u OFFIC
vote of Nev York i
The footings are as f.
lAL.—The full official
s at length received.
Mint, Whig, ' 214,353
Seymour, Dern., 214,095
Hunt's rnaj. l 258
ChlITCh, D., I 217,935
Cornell, w, 210,721
Church's ma. 7,214
Mather, D., 214,818
Blakely, W.,' 213,762
Mather's maj. 1,056
BY BORST & MAXWELL, (Formerly kept by
Lumen IViison.)--This House has recently
been materially enlarged, and thoroughly =ova.
ted and improved. It is now thu most commodi
ous Hotel in this section of the county., The Le
sees will aim to give entire satisfaction to their
patrons. November 28, 1850.
NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN, that the Ad
. 411 min:strati:lm on the following named Estate,
have settled their account, and that the Barrie will
be presented tO the Orphan's Court of Tioga coun
ty, on the fourth Monday of December next, for
confirmation and allowance; viz:
The account of Hiram Inscho and Mary Inscho,
Administrator's of Moses Inscho, deceased.
JNO. N. BACHE, Register.
Register's Office, Wellsboro', Nov. 28,1850.
- AppliCalion for DiworcO.
POLLY SECIIRISTI You are hereby
Tnotified that Peter Sechrist, your husband,
has applied to the Court, of Common Pleas of
Tioga county for a divorce from the - bonds of
matrimony, and that the Judges of said Court
have apperintea MONDAY, the 23d day of De
cember next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., nt the Court
House in WellSborough, for the hearing of the said
Peter Sechrist in the premises, at which time and
plaie you can iattendif you think proper.
• JOHN MATIJERS, Sheriff.
'Sheriff 's-Office, Wellsboro', Nov. 25,1850._
wHEREAS, the Hon. Horace Williston, Pre=
silent Judge, and the Hons. Curtis Park
hurst and Levi I. Nichols,Associate Judges for the
county of Tho ° u, have issued their precept bearing
date the fif th day of October, one thousand eight
hundred and fifty, and to me directed, for holding
a Court of Oyer and Terminer, Quarter Sessions
of the Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court of Com
mon Pleas, in , the borough of Welisborough, on
Monday, the twenty.third day of December neat,
and continue tweeeks.
ner, Justices 41 the Peace and Constables, within
said county, thdt they be. then and there in their
proper persons, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of the paid day,
with their rolls,lrecords, , inquisitions, examinations,
and other remembrances, to do those things which
to their offices appertain to be don. And those
who are bound by their recognizances, to prosecute
against the prisoners, that are or shall be in the
Jail of the said county of Tioga,are to be then and
there to prosecute against them as will be just.
And all Suitors, Jutors '
and Witnesses, are also
required to be and attend said Courts, and not de
part without leave. •
G 1 vu. under my hand and seal at Ike
' Wellsborough, the nineteenth'
day of November, in the year of our Lord
one thousand .eight hundred and fifty, and of •the
Independence of ;be Vnited States, the seventy-third.
Nov. 26. , JOHN MATHERS, 57wriff.
'Horses For 'Sale.
A SPAN of Mares, one five • -1
' other six years old, , •
good size, and ell matched for size,
color iron-grey i 'A Aretrato chiince -' - •
for any person wishing to buy a gi3od
Terms reasonable. EDWIN WI TMOITE.'
Cherry Flats', Nov. 14, 18511-tf.
Shaving ,and Hair Drefising.
GC. CAMPBELL would respectfully littoral
• his friends and the public, that he Jias re
moved his Barber Shop to the. Basement itory_ol ,
the Wellsboro' Sigel, where be will be happy to
tako - his friends and customers by,
often is convenient. Haying practiseci..Bl44: , ;
ring business for a long tune, he feels confideit ot, '
his ability to do it up in, as 13arber4itts tql,ea4 ;
any of the "shaving elieps".in the country, ~
HAIR DRESSING done •up in accordenci ,
with the " lateSt styles," and with „perfect; !Mis.
faction.. Call and try the edge of his riviors - ` and!'
the cut' f his shear's. Nov. 21.0.45 cc
... . „
That' Goods can be bought as .-cheak : i!s,
As any place Weatern . .Ncth irOde.
or NOrtkern: Pennsyliania.;
RAiAIOI.I.OTT ktiving .opened a OreccrY,
• Provision and Clothing Store in the Village
of Tioga, offers ,for•-eale a large - supply of Previ
sions—m/6.as PORK, BEEF, HAllIkS1161:1L;
DERS, , smoketi. BEEF, SALT FISH,I, yLOUR;
&c., and GROCERIES or all kinds.
Also a large assortment of •
READ I IOMADIe CLOTH:Md.
A large supiily 'of all the above *isles' Iceo
constantly on hand,:and sold at witotrisAxr.iin 11 Z"'
ran., for cash or exchange, at; prices. that_ defy all
competition. ' _
N., a -LUMPgn, and SIIINGLEq.Vir.cniu
change for Goods. - .'
Angel, D., 217,720
Bakal., W., 207,696
Angel's maj. 10,021
M.Eits. OF APPEALS. :
Denton, D., 217,840
Smith, NV., 210,926
Benton'a maj. 6,914
For the Law, 203,501
Maj. for Law, 35,217
ALSO—A certain lot of land in Tioga
village, bounded north by Crooked creek, cast by
alley f leading from Wellshoro' street to said creek,
south by Wellsboro' street, and west by land of
Sophia Lewis. To be sold as the property of. A
lpha Wright, dec'd.
ALSO—A certain tract.of land in West
field township, bounded and described as, follows :
on the west by Isaac Beach, (the, main -road that
.4, Long. Bun being the line,) , and on the
southeast by „Tames Reynolds, and on the north
east by ChristOpher, Schoonover, supposed to be ,
about. Seventy Acres, be the same. more or less,
about ;twenty acres , improved. with la;I.og tromp;
Log Barti;Log . Blicksmith 4 31top i and a few trait
trees thereon. To be sold as tlte property of WU
"; I Liam Milled''''
1r virtue intifilry:Writi of Veruf.:Ei. alias
Vend. Er. and (Ley. Fa:, issued , out 'Of - the'
Court of Common' Plea* of Tioge county, and to'
me direeted, t have , levied on' the tollerwint traets'
ufland, 'which rehill' 'expose to , public stile at the
Court House in Wellahorough, on MOAIDAY, the
23d day of Ddeetnlici, 1850, at one o'clock,
A certain layer land' in'Aforris township,:
beginning at a post, thence by warrant No. 4379;
cast five hundred tWenty-fotir and 'seven-tenths
perches - to a maple, thence by warrant No. 4366
south three hundred twenty perelieS to a Chestnut
oak, thence bYwarrant N 0.4881 west fi ve'hinidreil
evi enty-four perches- and seven-tenths to a .. poit,'
thence by, warrant No: 4386 north threelnindred
tv6ity perches to the place of beginning; Contain
ing Nine Hundred and Ninety Atres,more or less,
with allowance of six per cent. for roads, &c.,:and
surveyed in pursuance of warrant NO. 4380, in the
name of 'James Wilson. ,
ALso—Another -lot beginning at a post, thence
by warrant No. 4388 cast'ie . hundred twenty-four
perches: and• seven-tenths of a 4Kr:4h Ao a, post,
thence by Warrant No. 4379 , south. three hundred
and twenty perches to a post, thence by warrant
No. 4380 west • Ewe hundred twenty-four perches
and seven-tenths of a perch to a post, thence by
warrant No. 4414 north three hundred and twenty ,
perches to the place of beginning, containing Nine
Hundred and Ninety Acres, meteor less, with al
lowance of six per cent. for roads &c., and' sur
veyed in pursuance of warrant' No. 4387‘,1in the
name of James Wilson,warrantee. To be sold as
the property of Gates Wilcox.
ALSO—A certain lot of land in Chat
hanitownship,, bounded on the north by land now
or late in possession of Augustus Woodbury and
E. C. Manning, and lands of the Bingham Estate,
on the south by other lands of Beach& Daggett;
and land formerly in possession , of R. Hill, on the
cast by land now or late in possession of Chas.
Manning, and the above mentioned lot now or lath
R. Hill's, and, on the west by Bingham Itinds and
lot of Beach & Daggett, containing One Hundred
and Thirty-four and Six-tenth Acres, formerly
owned by John Short.
. Arso—Another lot; formerly owned by Robert
Hill, bounded on the north by the above described
lot and lot now or late of Chas. Manning, on the
cast by lands now or late in' possession of Ben
dick and H. Woodcock, on the south by lot now
or late in possession of James Brady, J. P. & G.
Slocum, J. Boardman and H. Woodcock, on the
west by land now or late late in the possession of
William Braga° and another lot in possession Of .
Beach & Daggett, containing One Hundred and
Eighty-eight and a.third Acres, with about eighty
acres improved, with a Frame and Log House,
'two Frame Barns, one Horse Barn, a Saw Mill
and small Orchard. To be sold as the property
of N. Beach and Seth Daggett.
ALSO—A certain tract of land in Law
rence township, Tioga county, Penn'a, bounded as
follows: beginning at an old -black oak stump, on
the northeast corner of Lottery warrant, Na 235,
in the-name of Josiah Lockhart, thence south five
deg. twenty-five seconds north two hundred and•
forty-ow., and sixteen-twenty.fifth rods to 'a pptt,_
thence north eighty-four deg. thirty-five seconds
west one hundred and sixty-five and fourteen
twenty-fifth rods to a, hernlocktree, thence north
five.deg. twenty-five seconds east two hundred and
forty-one and sixteen-twenty-fifth to a maple-sap
ling, thence south eighty-four deg. thirty-five se
conds cast one hundred and sixty-five and fourteen
twenty-fifth rods to the place of beginning, con
taining Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of land,
with two Log Houses, one Log Barn or Stable,
_and ten acres improved land thereon. To be sold
as the property of John F. Phelps.
ALSO---A certain lot of land in Coving
ton township, bounded on the north by White&
Vv'etherbee, east by. G. Goodenough, south by Thos.
Goodenough, and west by William H. Johnson,
containing Twenty-five Acres; improved, with a
Frame Molise and Barn, and some apple trees and
peach trees thereon.
litso—Another lot, bounded on the north by
William West and Joseph Gregory, on the east by
Harrison Johnson and Saninel Walker, south by
Jas. Yonkin anciChas. Williams, and wart by John
Knights, containing Fifty-four Acres, with ten
acres improved, end a Frame Barn thereon. To
be sold as the property of David Douglass.
- ALSO—A certain lot of land in Charles
ton township, bounded on the north by Andrew
Boehus and Joseph Bellinger, east by Lewis Lewis,
south by Bingham lands, and west by Geo. Bochus,
containing Twenty-five Acres, with two acres im
proved, a , Saw Mill and Frame House thereon.
To be sold as the property of Jesse Klock. -
ALBO—A certain lot of land situate, at
the fork's of Pine Creek and Long Run rpads,
containing One Acre of land, being eight rods on
Pine Creek road and twenty rods on Long' Run
road, with a Frame Tavern House, Barn and
Wood-shed thereon. To ba sold as the property
of Warren Alias an i ddlipiluti N i artif uu su
Tanawnship, bounded south by Leonard Pal
mer, north by Jacob Cornell, southeast by Harvey
Vaughn, west by Curtis & Stilwell, containing
about Fifty Acres, about twelve acres improved,
one Plank House and a few fruit trees thereon.
To be' sold as the property of Alfred.Rozell and
certain lot of *land in COvlog
tont botmded Muth. by highway leadirig from Coy-
ingtorrlo.-Wellstorough, on the .west by Charles!
flowlandifuOilyThotnas P,utnani, east by
cootaipingxnero or less,.all improved, with. a metal
Frame Dwellings, House thereon. To-be sold ari
the property of :John .T. Page..- •:.,- -
ALSO- , .-Two town lots - , in' the'villago;of
Coringtcaelt - Aillyifive; -feet- by. one hundreit
and eighty . feet,lmurided north -by lot•-No.9i-Mat:
by south by Edwin Dyer; and vilest .
liamsoii roar with-`a two:story . Frame ;Dwelling
House; Frame ..Darn,4eme out.buildings-and some!
~fruit trees thereon.. 'To be sold-as the propertfof
George' K n ot: , ; .; • •t: :•; •
- • -, ..:iu-' . ..IOIIN'IItATHERS; Slieriff; . •
• Sheriff's I::Mcei Weltiboro; Nov. 27'i 1850." 7'
CVOIE KS:, 74.1101DZWAL CITES;
• ; ,R.E.NOV:A;L,;
OHN P,'ITALIa thankful for,pa,st tarot's N*l4l
intotm.oo citiien or Welliboio and .
that ;lic his'ierniricil lila Shop tithe northeast
corker of Graviai' Hotel, where he *ill enntitibe to
keep on hard a goad assartinent of -GOLD'AND
SILVER WATCHES of all descriptionii; - Chiina
and Keys; Silver Pencils and Thimbles ; Breast.
pins, Ear and Finger- Rings ; and all the various
articles; in his • line. 7 Also, a fine' assortment=Of
I3ase anil Violin , Strings.
eLOCICS , AND-W-ATCIIES repaired •'enrtlie
shortest notice. All kinds of repairing promptly
attended 30. - • ' ,
Having , hati'many -years'• experience - in all .the
branches of his-business; , the alibseri her feels en=
tire confidence in his abilitY tri•execute<hisitiork
in a.-giasiand dirable style. He' hopes to
and merit a continuance of the - patronage-Zvi a
'discerning - public. - " 'October ':lsso.:
BLANKS or Mt kept on hand nwl V i i*
" led to'ordei. at 04 ,7;
11. , ..„
1850 lk , B's I
.•_•• • .., - i- ( t :1
,p• :: :
HE eubsariber method of informing
his customers and the public, that he has re-
Movidlo:thelmilding fornierlY3oecUpied by 0;
Goodinim,•deccascd, oppositolle,.PUSt Office; and
that, ha, bas:.-rmle arrangements to ,furnish, , the
citizeus : of' Tina andadjoining .
Csiok,,:tb.io . sir 139xStiiifes,
simptxgoier, nAkiisvA - rt,
at'uniehlower rates 'thin can be purchased elsi
where iii NottlierfiTacinsylwiiiia, ort3outbetfiNCw
York. Among his assortment . of Storeis.may be
found some of the following. desirable patterns,: ,
New World,_. .Nos. 3,4, 5, G.
Bring.Vp, large f oven, • - • Nos. 2, 3,.4, 5.
Yankee - - N'os. 5, G •• '
Western; . ' . .• Nos. 3,4; 5, G.
Fanay• North American, • Nod. 4., 3,.2, 1.. !
Queen City, elevated oven,. - . Nos, 2, 3,.4, 5..
Fulton, improyed, _ _ _ . - Nos, 1,2, 3,4, 5.
PARLOR , STOVES,
Albany eity,.air-light, -3, 4.
Non:Condensint,' air-tight, - .Nos. 3,'4, 5,
Fluted,'air;tight, - . N05. , 4; 5, 6.
BOX STOVES. • , -
Fluted, air-tight, z . . . . • Nos. 1, 2.3, 4,
Plane,. air-tight, 15f0p..3,,4, 1 . 5,6,
Ltui.e Fluted, 3h foot woed, . - No. 11.
Paris, Pails; flake Ovens, Coffee Pots, Tea Ket
tles, lloilersi, Steamers, and a - general assortment
Tin and Japanned Ware. 4t wholesale or retail. , .
Common an& Russia Stove Pipe, Elbows, Spades,
Shovels, Hoes.RAes., PitchVorko, easuiron Pumps,
Lead Pik; Augas, Cli6els, Broad and Narrow
Axes, Steelyards, Sad Irons,. Table and "Pocket
Cutlery,, Sheers, Scissors, Snuffers , and: Snuffer
Trays, Waiters , Lamps, Iron, Brass, Britannia and
Japanned Candlesticks'. and a general assortment
of Hardware Which I hare neither time nor space
to enumerate. -
The above stock will bo sold for good merchmt
table produce or cash., G. AI..LAMII.
Wellsborough, November 7, 1850. •
Twelve Thousand Dollars about to be For-
feited for want of Legal Heirs ! !
TORN 5L DANIIBLS, svho svas some 15 yr 18
a l; years ago engage:djn,rallmg,lumber from, the
head, waters of ihc Allegheny rtver,djed in Janne.
ry last, leaving an „ Estata'Worth $l2 or 815,000,
and, no heirs in this State that 'are known . but' it
is iittiPosea that he haw relativeland_friendi living
in Tioaga county, N. Y, or Tioga county, Penn'a.
If his heirs will write, post-paid, to Jomwi J.
HAYDE.Nj Attorney-at-Law, Rising Sun, Indiana,
they can learn all they may desire to know about
If a Mr .
. limst-E, who. lives in New York or
Pennsylvania, and who was acquainted with
said Daniels, will write to the t nbove named, in
forming him of who are the legal heirs to said
Estate, he will confer a•favor- •
oa. The lawful heirs will please pay' for this ad.
vertisement. Nov. 13,1850-3 t.
BOOT AND, SHOE STORE.
On Main Street, two doors below IVichals' Store.
Al - ORGAN *SHERWOOD would respectflilly
:ILL inform his friends and the public generally,
that he has just opened an elegant assortment of
MEN'S AND BOY'S COARSE AND
'FINE BOOTS, AND LADIES' AND
MISSES' SHOES of every description,
--.. and the latest styles. Also, a general
7 -- _
assortment, of SHOE FINDINGS, all
kinds of LEATHER, BLACKING, &c., kept
constantly on hand.
In addition to the above, he has just returned
from New York Cit y. With the" tAnoesfand BEST
assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, ever brought
to 'this 'place, an& challenges any other similar
establishment in this region to compare stock. and
work, either in point of excellence of material,
style of wark inanship f fashion, cheapness of prices
or durability ; consisting; in part al follows: ,
HUNGARIAN Coarse and Kip Boots for Men
and Boys', a new aiticleilrgended expressly for
this region; •
GENTLEMEN'S -Fine Calf, Coarse and Kip
BOYS' and YOUTH'S Fine, 'Coarse and Ay
Boots and antis Percha Rubbers;
GENTS Enamelled and Morocco Pumps.
JENNY LIND Excelsiors, Enamelled Buskins,
Patent heather, Polkas and Lasting Gaiters
and Slippers, of all kinds; - - -
MISSES and CHILDREN'S BoOts, Leather ihri-
Enanzetied,Buttoned and Colored'eads - of
'LADIES' a nd MISSES Gutter Percher Rubbers.
Thankful for past &von, he hives•by strict at.
_tuition to, and careful examination of all work
entrusted, to him, to retain : his old customers, : and
by increased facilities "for burliness, to add new
°newt° his already nuiricrous'liiii:''' Try him
fia*Ca.4h, Produce,. Hides and Veal Skins, &c.,
received in, payment for. work, at the usual rates.
Wellsborough, Nov. 14, 1850.
' . TAiLORLINV4.. --:" . 1
FALL AND WINTER. FAS HIONS' FOX
. ,• 18 60.04'1 , - 7.1
lir M. CONVERSE "would respectfully inform
. I"generally, I
.I.T.L. his friends and•the pub I,C that
ho may bo fOund at his old stand one door east of 1
Nichols, Storc s 'whcre .lic is al all linaa,propored trj, 1
execute all orders in his; line .or ,bnsitgio,fil,,tlyer i
shortest`notice, arid fin W most 4..iniOrialtte (crane; i
Havingicteived t the Paris, Ncii'lroiii'arist'ilasklt
Fashionti for 'the-FALL:S arid IYINTER he fedi
confidant in NS*ltstriNd a-neat end ' fashionable
fit in every case. ' ,' • ,v, .:r ~
I •In colutcsiori,with.his owp in nufsetutetlaMlll
at all' tiineW keep' nii;luunt a we l'.'sclectect assort •
blirthio';',Vtiitingti, Tri ' knintivi-illtitf
Beady-made CI thing. ' : •;.,.
OATS; .PANTS, vEsTA-C OAKS, OVER.
I - . CQ4Ts, 4t, ruadetlP.jni i West, 8 4y 1 c. :, • 0 ... ,
He is confident. that he can rpn!ler +pe . rfert amis..
atfaction to, those who tila,s: Ratninize him in hill
tusiness. ' ' " ' • • , • 'I I ' •
' Catting don& at the shortest notice. .., . 7 1.
AG7.lkitikiods• . of country: PrOuaa. received. id
payment for, wprit, at, the rparket..price.
treiribarodgA, NOrtitrihcr 14;18'511,
FAMILV , :GIRO ERIES.,.
lIONT 6z, -F1- LL>
A 118:juii: tt c eiptete
assortnient:of Sogaxs.-Te `;Coffee, rtet.
IlViokumeNlPiCos candkvii , §qaPs,i SlAtor4- • t
itue; Igristard t ,Salceß, flpire.__Yobacco,
Table nalt, Confectionery:Dried
Frult, Cordage 13rodmi, iity , "tiVeriden -
Ware, - Toye, ltiinkcil Notions lOile,L Pain% itc;
ot ‘v4ien win ba'sbict lenrea74.
licit constantly on Itaticl, and , I' oak at:the market
prices.. ~..,_....,.;,W41, , ro gh.Oet; ,1845(;‘,
A MAGAZINE OF PURE Dithwi
Only 81.25 id Clubsi n)heie oth4r Magersilnar cif $2. it
ANN S.: fiTEPHENS4'"Y; 1 . 1
EDITED Dr . cliAßi t s p ETEßsopti
List f0r1.850, - has , induced PiolirigtOr to
continue She reduced - priers to Chilli, and this,
while he increases the, number Ines 4 1 ; 11 " 3 •
monthly, adds to the lustre em
bellishments. In e word he,is ileterTmite . 4,lo, pub. .
• ~ .
UN RI VA LLF.D MAGAZINg 1 7 •9 g ON. .!
The January number will,b,rendy ; lii,t4ktit of 9,
December, and will r •be;, in •all respr-ctst 4,4rbkt
number, a Christmas and ;slew Year's go,,#l.fiseti,. •
and superior to most Annuals.' The vt_rlist !TAT,:
scribers wilfreciAve did . aarlieS(Cepiee,tuiditicre. - l•
fore the most perfect impressions of,the Mezzo.
tints, Colored 'Engravings; &c. - "Thd lcadingcm E.
bellishment will be the most 7 beautiful;"erintring f
we have ever . imblished,- • - " "
SUF:ERB, VARIED, AND "ORIQINAL EM
Instead of publishing se.conithand English plates •., - a
as most of the other' Mdgritines'46, wo shall have - 4
original ones. Our embellishnierits;teo, 'Shall 'fie ..:- i•
of the. most varied ebaracter,,and geueralitirent , -
originorigialdesigns illustrating priginal,scepes, .-W,e.„. •
give ' •- , . . i
ittaknijitent liteiiotints ; line - Rogratingit ecolt'2' :
onol Flowers : Tinted Embillishinents; illuti4.4 i
trations for Embroidery;` - Crochet Work,l , • .
, .;and Hair Work J, Ri;NY ..Colo fled. -', " 2 --'-' l';: • *
Fashfon Plates, .Ic., 4.c., iv.,
MOg i r' ItEADAIiLt - OF Tilt MAO A'ilislYgfAr;
.- The Ladle? National is generally 'admitted to • I
be the most readableef the Magailnes. 11-fisi Min r '
S. Stephens, the editor, is the best female writer -1w '
the United States. Der stories, of.",llary- De;:! , I
went," "Palace and Prisons,"Ae., surpass, can '
thing published in the Englisli'llfagaxines: - Shit . - -• ,
is assisted by a corps of contributors, the best in' t
the country, at. the head of *hem- Is 'the handled
Mrs. L, H. Sigourney, and, a mong,whorn ttre• Myst; ' I
Kirkland, Miss M. J;Mclntosh - , Ella Rodmarf - ,E41.
len Ashton s and - tl"
and - the author of Tile ValleyTariii."*.' i
Most of theie are engaged exclusively for- its. - ' 6 " 4
FASHIONS' ALWAYS" AHEAD: •
In addition to its high literary and pictorial re: •
this Magaxine.•han'alitraye bettll ,
the best guide for the fashions. The - costumes are,'-
selected And engraved for us, a month-ahead efell
• rivals. To each plate is added-a full letter-press: -,I
description, beides inforniation' on'a l l Vie •latelit'
! styles, which we receivellirect front Londotilitzidl ?
Paris, in advance. This Magazine • is, in ottitEtts:: ' i
tern cities , the text book of fashion : '...T o lbe Prc" ' *
fcssional dress maker it is invaluable,. .. „ „„ _ .-..
BEST LADIES MAGAZINEAs its ' name ' ,
imports, this.periodietil is . PeculiarlY a Magaaine
for the see . Its articles on, Hortietltute,Emlaniz• .••
dory, Crochet:Work and 'Netting, in addition Witt: 1
Fashion Plates; make it; unquestionably the kept.,
Magaiine for Ladies, From it pages, immoral t,
French , translatiorieor other improper articles; ilits -
rigidly excluded; bat its tales and skettheironftifel
contrary, invariably inenicate virtue, and,refiner:
meat. - , . . ,
TERMS—CHEAPEST - OF ' ALL: : ' ''''' •
One copy, a-year,s2.oo Eight copies. a,yesir,'slo"
Three copies, " 5.00 Sixteen: "-.'- 44 - '-20-'
Five copies, " 7.50 Twenty•five :.,, u;: •30
PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS, .. ' - . • ;',l
For a club of three, five, or eight,.wel Wi ll send,
to the person getting ep the club, either Of,cati°
premium plates, each being 24 inches by.lB in ailieY •
The subject of ono is "Children Bathing;". and',
the other is a full length portrait, in mezzotint,-of;
Washington. Fur a dab of sixteen or twenty-five,_
we will send either of these engravings, or' . an •
extra copy df thewiagnine. • • ' ' ' -• '' '
Address, post paid, at our risk, • • --' - - ;--- ---
No. 98 Chesnut Strcet, Philadelphia.,:
Editors who will copy this, Prospectus is4sil, re
ccive the Mitgazine gratisTorl.Bsl. - •:'
SUEIIIFE7S SALE. , .
virtue of a writ of Plu.Fid Fa., issued out.of 4
1/ the Court of Common Pleas of 'ridge cotinty ° ,'„
and to me directed, I havelevied on the follOOtt,
tract of land, which I shall expose to public - salel.
at the Court [louse in Wellsborougl4 on 64. , TU1,4
DAY, the 21st. day of December, : 1850,: at ono,
• .• &At
o'clock, P. W.
A certain lot of land in Chatham' toivii=,.
ship, to wit: Lot No.f.l,:in the sub-diinnon mado
by E. P. Deane in May, 1815,•of a tied of landh •
surveyed in pursuance of - warrant N 0.407% hi:the:4 .
name of Robert Morris—beginning,at a her,elock.,-,,i
-in the north line of said warrant, about seventy-,
one rods east of the •sioithwest corner' df sad' lotri•
thence south 894 'deg.!east, 712.10 perChes'lti'liq„
post; thence ; south deg. west 199 B.lo 4 perehas.
to a hemlock in the south line of said warritut,;?;
thence north 89. de west 712.16 perches, ton'
ing Eighty.three Acres and Eight.tcuth;• being
part of warrant No. 4072.', To bo sold r_ne, the pro.)
perty of D. S. Calkins and A. D. Brown..
:SherirsOfdee, Wellsboro',Nor.'l9; 1850. ".;' •
$5O REWARD. •
BROK.E. JAIL and escaped from the Ptison.of f ;
Tioga county, Pa., on the night of Abe
instant, Isaac Houslander, committed for einicaei,!,• 4
felting and Oliver Ifirlinetii,chirgedwith'iteilirs'g.,
Said Houslander is about middle sizeland height,'
38 to 4O ,years _old, brown hair, a d(pyrt.lciol!,.angri
rather light, and trifling In , .conversationovitb, a.,
large growth of Whishers: • .
...Harkness 'is rather shin!' and Stout twill, about . ' --
45 or 50 years of age, rather/fie:li
large full ey,e; add heavy, eyebrows; ' ~;
The above reward,will- be "paid- far lbw aprdet.
hension arid surrender ef the Said - fugitives o:the* :
Sheriff said courity,irlgttaVilouslitlider;it '
s2o. c eit Harkness,' if brought ;separate; end; the=,?'
'same inward tvillbe,-vaid. on their 'being
lin the :Jail ,of any other county. in
;New Yark, JOHN' MATHERS.Oexitf t ,,
Wellaboro' Tioga Co., Pa, Nov. - . 14, 1850. ,
WEGIAlt011t0 ) ,
,Evf olilitißlTlC having aasociated, with.;
•JJ hitn lisinesa, J r D.' Woon c .w . ill pentiriii . e,tn
i inanaracture CASTINPS'et!aII• descriptioria;nsit:f
kept in . a .countty-Fcrinidry.. They Will cob.'
tinue-to manufacture und.keeprou.htmil air assoit• r
• mentPf ; • - • i•
PlOUglifil. Pit 0114130111 i,
Shoes, dr,e„ &e:
They will kecii hind' a: good' a.ssirtin
Ploughs,. Plough Points,. Scrapers, 'Sleigh - Shale Z.,:=
Wagon' Saxe:4,lElm pogs and other Ca' atitiga,inadcP:
of thc best iron.and warranted to:bc, pold; aa low,
at any other establishment. -• • ', Lit'
Persons in want'otos , :ottim above, .
do Will to call 'and fexa i ninc before pnieliaSiiig etie
where,'ai theytwill fintl - the licit aseOrtnaentxiverti
berm eifihred ,in this Market, and , wiltzboianidat;f
low -prices: Intended enlargement ,
made,O which due notice will be given'txi
' public ;' * •• • LEVI' CHIJIMUCIC,:
October 'l‘• 1850. " I'D: - WOOD: `;-,=.lo.':',":l`f
Tr Ali notes and necoisnts'clue ntO 'must be: tic . '•
tied inimediatcly, or costs'will be; ulnae.
October p, . „ ,
',• • Itemovnia
R. - C. , K.: TTIOMPSON:Iiitit terarived
fico and %Residence. to.:lslOrtlt4taireKtrcaCO -
first door below ttio rosidencasof R. GAV,bileF4t - i•:-
whore hO is ready to attend to all callainulksrt t
•,. • •
Isere - Your: -
T"E.Uni4d,Statea Lilo Insurancti4on.uiqltad
Tiust Company of ofihrs
odiaistiges to thissn wishing to cfrectinsuiwticsl'o&.
thinr lives: NATHANZ'CABA'Agesse..I.
•Aug.4l, , Coipgton,Tatl:
ibrsaliby 1 .
CHARLES J. PETEEKIN,
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