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LOCAL AND MIBOELLAV-E 0'913
Wellabor°, Wednesday, Nov, 29,- 1885
-New AdeFertieementa.' '
Sewing Machines, Melodeons, &c—E. H. Hastings.
ga r ay--Newberry Close. : .
New Goode - at Peace Prices—S. 0 'Daggett.
Hear Ye, Hear ye—C. L. Wilcox.
A Prise and tiny to - 4MT ittc;Dr. Soy
Hon. S. F. Wrtsox, M. C., left for Wasltinglon on
Monday, tenter upon the dleeherge of hie duti4l4.
Rev. Tries. B. HtD3Crlt will preach at the Itittthu
dist Cbnrch Saturday; Dec. 2, it, 2 B. 31., surfk..tiab
bath morning and evening, following.
We are requested to announce that owing to Imo
fessional ' angaismettie,:Dr;laoliiton, advarireed to
lecture in this plane Friday evening, oannot be "then
All'those interested in the subject of Music are re
quested to tweet at the Presbyterian eirarch., Friday
ive zing, Deo.B, for the purpose of organithrkl- a
Singing School. -
Famtlici willinir s otlTke stildent; of the Acticittay
to board, abir-parties 'having' rooms to let 0)1 1 )61f
baardidg, wilki-oufer a *or by matting ratilir.
Allen, the YriaeipaL -
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The meal: Sunday Warning , stiridnesi of _St. 3 ml's
Spisoopel Church will be held by the late Rector,
when the pulpit is otherwise vacant, while he retaking
in the piece. The nigheserviees Will bidisoontinted.
On Thursday, Dec. 7th, (Thanksgiving Day). Kleine
service and a sermon may be expected at 10} o'clock
TEE RADIATOR Coal Stove, which never gets red
hot, yet gives off the greatest amount of heat of any
stove in use, may , bCipeen , in operation at INiard's
Saloon, and ordered at Gunn & Tuckers. •
Tt.r-Tor Bvestwians.T.—Mr. A. Russell, proprietor
of the louring miii.lateiy owned„ by Messrs: %right
is Bailey, has brought us a mask of the handlomest
buckwheat flour willavw aeon, It is as -white as
wheat, and as aloe as the nicest. If Mr. Russell does
sash work au Mitt Idstet fill of patronage.
SPR/Piii BALASCICB.-84) Many people atik ft).l,tiese
indispensable neoessariss , in a well regulak-'
held, that we can do noobetter than •to reuclast,:end
them to can at Messrsietetua dt Tucker's' new: gard
ware Store, where they,oan be procured. Iss, tact,
their stick of shelf haweie •ie complete, line far
ahead of anything ever offered in this village.
Diit "OlLAlunina."—Pansping develOped ". . , W fair
show of oil at the Lucky near nowt , i s tgi to
Sunday morning, wen tb• sucker rode bioks'i l y The
coed-bags hold well, contrary to information tssetsred
last week.. •
The Farmington well is itutaping at 650 Erie .iWitli
i better promise than ever. ro
The Westfield Well is down 429 feet, the ditr
giving off a strong odor of pittoleum.,: -A gook'vein
of gas and a stualllhow of oilvverefound 3§l:feet
The parties -great faith in elthriat'stateess..
The work at Jacob's Well will be resumed hj -
Schieffelih in a few days. The suspension is glued'
by relaying the bitts and jars, The last roc),,vetia
slate, underlying 19 feet'of light grey' sindito4
The ;alb Lick Creek well is. going down skl t irly,
We have no details.
Quite an excitement about petroleum is said obe
prevailing at the well going down at Alba, Brif4fora
Parafine is reported Rs found. et.,the Barker Well,
~,; a., j. + ;r.
CBANGFS or Mrsor, D. Eigch—
kite have removed to Bath, N. Y. where they *to
have charge-of the Orphan asy tam - founded:by •.tun.
I. Davenport. Oar renders hre tfamiliar witt the
charitible labor: of Mrs. Hotebkisi, Who has hill S for
four years•past 50:entirely , identified with:Ali t - .oeat
work of the &WWII"' COMIBMOII in this covaly. ,
While we regret to.lose so valuable n worker off
itv, we congratulate•the little folks who are to'64 un
der her matronly, care in having ,secured a fir:Ural:id.
Among - other changes of residence we ma ofioo
Jas. I. Jackson, Es., who has remered to a net';,set.
tismjat at Lincoln, Del. From what we are ti.,
learn of tho enterpriserit offers unusual advan
of climate, market, ;Ind sell.
Jas. Lowrey, Esq., for many years one of ;if , first
lawyers of the Tioga Co. - Bar, bats removed (tcrilar
lington, N. J.
Rev. P. Reynolds, litiptist),who has heel s tioing
missionary work in Charleston and DelfraarAr,the
last two years, has accepted a call from ..she. „laSplint
Church at Ransonaville,Niagara,Co. N. Y. Mt. Rey.
acids takes With him ' , the , beet :wishes of a 4iost of
friends, and while we regret to lose him, we cot 'knit°.
late him upon having entered a field of leas erecting .
labor. - " =
Capt.- Rees G. iticharde le dant to remora to Ohio;
where he it to engage in baeinesa.l Swoon attend
him. • •
Ba.ws PAn.uttY.-..-Thu Mt 7 of Trehtolii
J., has failed. We have seen. a number of theselnotee
in simulation in this section. They axe now ,sortb
isn, and persons should be on their guard aktainst
Atm. --L7mira AAgraser.
Rei. J. D. Eitt.s,"wtrolocated at the late lOlloti oi .
the Sant GinesCe Conference, bits bought itt- !tape : .
per establishment at ifiliord, Worcester C 0., ., iass ,
and will act as riitos An* publisfierat that *Hoz here
after. POW abler writers are to be found in or tat of
the church. We wish him great . ,euccosa.—Provthern
Independent, Aubursi, 1.. •
Wellsboro Academy—Closing Ezekvisits of
:Pail Term. 1805. ,
The Fall Term will cloae_Tuesday, Dec. The
following public exercises will be held, which, II are
cordially invited to attend :
Jusior Pries. ,C?stteet, Friday, Dec.• J, i P.'411., at
the M. E. Church.' ' l lleciesitions and`DielimatiMit by
ten or . twelve sub-senior girls and about an ',Anal
nutabote of:junior boyte. 'Two priges
ted for.' ,James Zi. Clark, the unrivaled vocalist, is
expected to be present on the occasion, and sing-two.
or three stirring songs in addition 4o musk! 'by the
choir. A Poem will also be recited by A. E. Hooker,
Emi t , of .Genesee cellege. - '
E.ralnina teen of Classes—Monday afiernooriy Dee:
4, and Tuesday, forenoon, Dec.,o., The teaehen will
be gritillot to see many of -their - patron's - and Mend
at these examinations.
Senior Ladies' Prim Cotten—Tuesday dieting at
7 o'clock, In the M. R. Churlth. The Seniof
of the.Aesticany will compete for two prises, (4tie of
which la offered - for the best written edeej, ad the
other for the best read essay.
17:s Merit fly astd, tie Roll of lionarti!_lottpr
consisting of the 25 students 'whose at t ending! '4 the
highest,—will be read on this evening , . The/udent
whose name stands highest on the Roll Of .ffodor re-.
olives a prize for best scholarship. This, anti, the 4
prices mentioned, together with two or three ,kmaller
ones, will be aiiarded on this occasi o n. The Axerci.
sec will be enlivened by good music. ,
In accordance icith Abe expressed-wish citizens,
an admission fee of 25 cents will be charged to each
of the Prise Contests. ThO funds thus obtained, af
ter defraying necessary egpeoses, to be used,:gi pur
chasing arl'Orgitt:qii PilleTedeen for the Acade A . y. • '
Tickets to be had at the Post Office, and at the
'.IIrAIYIES' et; CLARE, • •
TILE . CBLEAATED • .fOCALIST
Will hold &nimble. lia. Tiogns , Coiinty;i4'-thi.;' ales .
and *lees following r - - ' -
Blossburg, Saturday: evening, Nor.-25.
Ooeola, Tuesday evening, Nov: "
Knoxville, Wednesday evening, Nov. 29. .
WKLUlSORO,'Sattirdaterrol • ; 4
Nov. 15, '615-3t. •' ' - '
PARSONS sells Fast colored Prints Tor, 22 cents. DAV - GOO S,‘GROCERLIES;' Ace.
See now advertisement.
PARSONS sells yard wide heavy Skeetinge at 21.
and tki. See new advertisement, - ~
PARSONS 2ells i t D. 5. Kip Boots, Rieliardsim'e
make for $4.0 . 0. Brogans of the same make at Sii,itici.—
See new advertisement. I
PARSONS sells Heavy, tied Flannels, terllled i; 1 , at
45 cents. See ilenr - adiertiscment.
PARSONS sells Heavy Sheep's Grey Papa Cloth
'9 shillings per yard. Sep new advertisement.,
PARSONS sells Handsome Dress Prints at 25 center
former price 31 cents. See new advertisement. „.
PARSONS sells Handsome DeLaines at 31 Gents,
See new advertisement.
PARSONS sells Fast cord Prints at 21 tents. , .Bee
.PARBaNS:sella good yard wide. Bheltings it 26
cents. See now advertisement.
, PARSONS Belts Rob Dress Prints 426 cants, See
-PARSONS sells all Cotton Goods at greatly
duced prices. See new advertisemen
PARSONS has reduced the price! DresaGonds
and Woolens since Nov. 15,'85. See new advertise.
PARSONS advises all buyers of DryiGooda to sae
that they get the worth of their money, as Goode are
,much cheaper. ' '- " J. 1. Pansois
-1 Corning, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1865-2 w.
Book BINDIN - o.—On a recent visit to New York I
made nirangeruente to have Books, Magazines, Peri,
udicals, &c.,"hound or rebound as promptly and as
cheaply as they can be bOund anywhere elre. lam
now making up a large box of binding and partied
having bindin , " to do, will please leave their Ideas,
sines Ac„ at the Book Store, on or before De e , ltith.
Call and examine styles and prices.
Nov. 29, 1866-3 w. Hnon Yonan, Bookseller._
. - -
SANTA CLAns.—This time honorrd old Saint has
made a preliminary vklit to the Bookstore, and ; has
Made arrangements, with Mr. Yeariti_ to belie hi
Head Quarters there during the coming 'holidays.—
At his suggestion, a large stock of toys, embracing
the latest novelties, has been procured; and,presents
to both old and young will no .doubt ,be distribeted
from this 'stick about Christmas. The public had
better call and see. [Nov. 29,1885-4w.]
Soldiers' Orphans' Committee, for Tina Co
Norm; Arias, Wellsboro, Chairman, '
Mrs. Jos. P. Morris, Mansfield,
Chas. F. Swan, Tioga, .
Abs. John Dickinson, Wellsboro, •
A preliminary meeting of the Soldiers of Tioga
°minty will be held at the Court Ronne in Welleboro,
on the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 6th, 1866, for the
purpose of perfecting arrangements for a grand re
union of the " Boys in Blue," who have participated,
in the late battles of the Rebellion by land and sea.
A representation from every regiment or, parts, of
regiments is required and a general attendance re•
quested. > Many Soldier's...
In Fall Brook, 22d inst., by Rev. J. P. Thomas,
of Ohio, Capt. REDS G. RICHARDS, of Charleston,
and Miss KITTLE C. REES,,of Fall Brook.
May they no sorrow ever know; - _
No blighted hopes,:no wo "
And may they ehoosti the narrow way
- That leads to everlasting day. J. P. T.
[We ecingnitnlate the Captain upon. his enlistment
under the banner of St.,Benediet. A little while/go
he was a prisoner of war, subsisting on eon meal and
hdpes of escape. 'He' is now thi willing captive ot
the sworn foo of disunion, and, 'fudging by the con•
tents of the - nice . box sent this deponenMegbqiatAttg
on the fat of the land. km voyage I ED.] '
At Tioga,22d inst., HOWARD FRANK, oaly scat,
of Albert-M. and Fannte Bennett, aged 2, years awl
9 days. , ,
' r " GOD (teeth all thlags well I"
USTAAT.—Cume to the premises of the bubaeri
rj b2r in Middlebury about the Dth of goxeiniier,.a.
KED YEARLING BElFER—brockli fgoe - d:, 'Tar
mark orCriiht hip.' The owaai ie requested to pay
eharir find take hir- '
Nov. 29, 1886-at - NEWRERRY `,EIeOSE.
PRIZE AND HOW TO DRAW- choice A
collection of useful Recipes is found in n little
.ciurcular called " The Family Casket." A supply of
these , little papers has just tfeen received at Noy',
Drug Store; they - are , diStributed free of "chnrge to
T he lucky customer who thinks to call for them. •
W PER -BARROWS,
chee.r, also _ -
Pawderi Shot and _Lead
and pistol cartridges, ,
- Q. /7 N T it C , KE R
are also agents for Miles's" PatentVoney Drawer.,
' Also, agents for Ribbon Stamps and P - eni Presses,.
Remember-Lai Gluon & Tticker's Hardware Store,.
.. : :1
A' 011,2 h, Cold, or 'Flora . SOre al.
$.t,.....7.31*EDrAiE ATTENTIO7, I,ICD EircULl; ':DE
- CHECKED. 111 ALLOWED iii'CONTINCE
Irritation of the Lange, a Perionaaaa Thwat .:Affec :,
tion, or eta , incuriebte ;Lung Dieeone' .
BROWN'S BRONO HI-AL - TROCHES
HAtE;iI ti 2:MIZE? LIFLUENEE TO THE PiitTS4
For: Bronchitis; Asthma,• Catarrh, Consnmptire and
. t!ciaet, •
TROOCHES ATM ViEellh7R ipWAYB Gobt , ei:ccvp,
. • . . -• ••
I Singers and Public Speakers
will find Trachea useful in clearing the voice- when
taken before Singing or S 1 I:.?iffilg,ii d relieving the
throat after an unusual exertion of th vocal ergane.
The .Troch,, are recommended and " e. , .‘aribad ;bp
Phyaietana, and have had tetithooniala from eminent
Men throughout. the country.,--_-Seing-_an article.-of
time merit, lint),,hazing pronmi their fff!":M.T i lby'il. teat,
of many year's, each year finds them in new I”exlitieS
in various part.' of the world, and the .Trucker a j e
universally pronounced better than other UktictitY:...
OBTAIS only " DROWn'S BnO3CHIAL TOUCHES."
and do not take any of the 11'4rthiessiaiitntie. , 1 that
may be offerili.'. - -
Sold everywhere lit the,linited States, nnd' en For.
eign Countries, at '35 cents per box. [I n 0 . 1.'1 65-dm]
go A Dap asy Made'
By selling Engravings, Card Photographs and Sla
iionery. Our Stationery: Pile - kits-Aimed "all others ;
each Package contains Paper, Eat-elopes, Pencil,
Pens. dc., and Jewelry worth a dollar at retail. Price
only 30 Cents: We will send Agents 100 Statioper3.: I
Packages and a Silver Watch for,Sl7. We also pub.,
lisp splendid 6teel Engravings , and - Porn...ill, bitillb. , l
graph Prints, .1.c., very popular and - salenhle: Will
send a tine aesorltnent of 101) tor $13,04 flint , will re:
aline $5O, or a $lO lot that will sell for $4O - 1 4 r over.
-Will send a sample lot for $5 , hat will sell for SM.
:Sand Stamp fur Catalogue, Terms, &c.
HASKINS A . CO: 0 '3B- Beekman' Street:
Nov. - 22,180-6m. ' . ' "
ITCH 1 ITCH 11. ITCH 11 I- •
. . - .
Scratch ! Scratch ! Scratch
Wheaton s Otntme.nt
- Will estreithe Itch in 48 ',
Also .eures SALT RHEIJIYI. ULCERS. CIILLi ' ;
BLAINS, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Priee",btf
cents. For sale by all Druggists. • - •t; I
. For Sale by John A Roy, Welisboro, Pa.
By sending 60 cents to WEEKS
Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston, dies:.. it wilt
be forwarded by mail, free of postage, to any-part
the Ihaited States. 180et6f4-6m:
J. HERVEY EWING, -
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
II No. 11 laver
Levitt ealk'Aitaroar at Law, Edwari 4r.orrict - t'y
Bt Law, Rev. J. McK. - 2silefrDAY.l.-Iter. Henry 81i.
D. V., Copfield; Rfci."&.
ig - k..)keSherry , ~u J t o k gl ssi McJiltoa.,"'EN,; ; lciliertit
[Mr. Ewnts is authorized to•transe,9l- a ß y z. iya k iplim
ppertsiaiff,.o.o4po4,aclii ; Biatlitiore.r
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CROCKgRY, ,HATS AND CATS,
PAINTS 'AND OILS
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DRUGS & IVEBDICIINES.
, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
DRUGS- AND MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
'PUTTE; - PERFCMERY, -
WINDOW GLASS, . •
rANCY COCAS, :
• • 'TOILET ARTICLES,
- ....PATENT MEDICINES, - •
LOOKING GLASS PLATES; ' '=
PICTURE :GLASS, WlNtow. GLASS
ENVELOPES, „C,AP 86 .LETTEIy, PAPER,
N.,8, ,Phyelelans' Prescriptions 04_ all. a_ther
Recipes will be carefully and accurately made up
from para and reliatile Afedioinec e-
Ang. - 23; - 18tb. At-ROY.
HAS jusrreceived a Largo, and Fresh Hupp* of
LI,NSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD, * ZINC
PATN';, ,hts offers to sell obaspet that. oat bb
bought tLla Sidi of the City. He has' also a - very
large stock of,
• ,-LCQLORING• ItIATERIAI&J ,
MADDRR, - 1 • = c'• -,:if I
; i C 43 % ) kg..44.& t• ,
• iNDIckO, •
- LOGWOOD, &0.,
whioh will be sold per. Dent. cheaper than can be
bought at an y other establishment in the county.
BOWE 4 , STEVENS!. E
FAMILY DYE- COLORS
alwapa Milhaud, • F "
Call and examine my Stook aid you will'be sure
to boy,.-- s - - • P. ;
Welliitaio; .h 44:lB, 1885.
NEW DRUG STORE.—
W. & BUm* .
Have opened a Drug and Chemical Store on Main
Street,-Ist door below Hastings, where theyAntend. to
keep a fall assortment of •;- - • - , '
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. '
A good artiole,of Medicinal Liquors and Wines.
Prescriptions carefully piepared..
Medical advice given free of charge.
Wills6 - 'io Nov, 8-ly ,
W . 6 1,4 § ED R :Cr
PRINCE'S METALLIC PAINT," ' •
THADDEUS PAV,IDS' INKS,
CONCENTRATED . MEDICI NE - - •
G.INcINNATI WINKS it BRANDY,
KEROSENE LAMPS, • *
...,,,PATE,NT, , • •
• • STATIONERY," - •
PAINTS AND 'OILS,
' ' ' 'eFEAVORING EXTRACTS; "
5011.044.--ix.fa, - -
WA - tt PAPEB_,_ _
WINDOW GLASS, , „ • ..
I Furnisbed'atWholesale Pricee,bs
NV: D. TERB ELL,
Jan z 18,1865—tf.• - Corning, . N. Y.
r — -
'NEW FIRM & NEW GOODS AT ' , TIOGA-.
BORDEN . BRO I S
W,01,0 respegtfplly; announce to ," w
/Concern," that they keep constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of
GLASS AND - WALL PAPER,
Dym stuFri,- 1-- , .__ -
GLASS WARE; ' I
PLATED WARE, such as
SPOONS,' , TEA #:TASLE, r ,
- - -
ry.y„IIPE?, ; SRIIO9 ipojcp, , 3
PATENT . M to
Tea, Coftee, Spice; Pepper,
TOILET AND WASHING 'SOAPS '
'end an ondlesi : yatiety of
: - .1 7 :ANKLE NOTIONS. ..
Tioga, Pa4lOct.4, 1865-13015..
Nut only give immediate relief, but 'are "sure to
effect a permanent cure in Dyspepsia and Liver Com
..plitint. They are not a. purgative, ancf iiieraore their
use tfuei not create a-necessity for the habitatl use of
.cathartics, They Cause no sickness of the stomach
I.ti.gifitftig of the boweler,'and - are perfectly harmless
to the most-delicate. - -
, 1114-win immediately correct a Soul Stonier'', cure'
Flatulisneei Heartburn, -Sioknesi or pain in Ihe'Stom.'
nch, Costivenees, Bolchtng of wind, Liver Complaints,
Ileadache,-and in feet all those disagreeable and dan:
gerous symptoms of the disease, which unfit one fur
tho pleasures and duties of life.• - - -
:,They are_an agreeable Wholesome appetiser,
without any of the injurious effects which 'are sure to
follow the use of stimulating - " - Bitter" and all pur
,gative, medicines. By their purifying, strengthening
-and invigorating , POwer they'are sure to keep the di
gestire" organs in li-healthy condition; thus Preventing
Costirenete, - Vier:tin or Dysentery.
Weak and delicate poisons; who havo been injured
by tlieMsi'of Powerful and 'purgatives,fitid them
a mild, safe and sure'restCre'r of 'the geitivo- organs
to their original strength anclArgor,„
Pfeparetfuelety byltheproPrretor' • - • • -
a. T. ROCKWELL,
• " 1 , 5.432; Cbt - 21si ) and Market Ste., Philad'ir.
See that my Bighritiare is on_ 'the, - race of. tbo box.
• ore Turchastug.._ Bewaraof spurious
11 ist gy. Ttql l /44LP , WP*4*.44 4 .n. t.i.c141 3 3K Olt
' o, ' s,. ly.
EDBY GOODS, GROCERIES, ace.
VALL'AND WINTER GOODS.—No,2, Union
J , EIIOME SMITH
Hag lately returned from New York with -a splendid
DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS' & - SHOES, GLASSWARE,
HATS & CAPS, HARDWARE, • •
1 3 / 4 100DENWARE,
LADIES! DRESS GOODS, SATINS,
TWEEDS AND KENTUCKY JEANS,
CASSIMERES, PULIt CLOTHS.
Attention ie galled o his stock of _ ,
BlaoTt Si'ha -- -
and f Figured„.BoLainea
I#ongstitd Square Aluttek;
Opera Flannels, *cr,
Purchasers will find that -
No. appLion - Illoe4c. Maiu.Stroot,
Is the plade to buy the best quality of Goods at the
lowest prices. ~ JEROMP.ehIITN.
Wellaboro, Nov. 8, 1866.
OR A FEW DAYS ONLY 1
end perhaps aletr..!”re alllow stragglers to come
up to the main body of our customers,
-0, BULLARD -
will ofer superior inducements to. the trading public,
in the. line of
WINTER DRESS GOODS,
CLOTHS, CASSISTERES, SHEETINGS,
H. I - 11, T I I‘l' GS
and every thing in the line of
usually kept in i ttseountry.
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
and all the
at reasonable pricei.
HATS- do CAPS,
BOOTS & SHO'ES.
Cal Lat or and buy your whiter stock.
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Prom Charles P. Gage. Ike teirreio - •- ;2
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yon told the It m;"ht for a tie!. . ..• r.,*
new skin began to forth ia..cs.'r •the "ar..l 404 - ;
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SAIISA PA RILLA." • - - •
Eryslpeles Gen err.l Debility Put ify the tico'd
From Dr. "01 ,;',„,1,1
" TIE. AYZit.. I seldom to 11.‘4..), e
&rafttiotts Sores by ti.e nerseverl,- It nr y our
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. From J. T. John , tc,,,Ohio.
"'Per tWelve verra:-1 ha I thu'yellow Vt! -, lpeitts on 'tity"
rigid arm, durtig which Lam I tr.ati tie 4 est.tbri.c..l
physicians I could reach. and took buirircds - riollAr.i
worth of medicines. Thr tdepti 40 bed' Ara tine
cords became visible, cud the •101 tors that ray eta
must be amputated. itykia4 your S %re %.!..11101. , ..1.
Took two bottles, and some of sour 'Tot,•-ti!;!r
they have ourcd,mc. lam uow as e oil a.rl sonad ns liby
body. I3cing in a public phi:, is known to cr. ry •
body in this community, and excites the wonder at
From /Am. Zicary Libor°. .1f 1' JYeireastle, C. rr.
a teadt mentor of tic Orpachon 7 'arliwrient.
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St: Anthony's Piro, Rose, Salt Rheum, Sedd
From garrev &wasp, Esq.. able editor of Me Mak
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6 . Our only child, about three years of age, was at
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%mt . " tb.ey fOrmed a loath one' .tad viruLA N. lush
coeer- his lam, and actually blinded his eyes for mithe
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r remedies, without any apparent eileet. For fifteen
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The sore an to heel when we had given the iirstb.,ttle,
and was we when we had Ilnlxhed tit, second. ht ,
eyelashes. which had come out. gr.`ll' ae he 4.4 now
as healthy and fair as any other. 'rile Wl.a,le neighborhood
predicted that the child must
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Prom A. J. French, M. D., on eminent physician of Lam
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Mr. Chas. S. Van Lieu!, 51 New Brunswick. N.. 1., ling
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Nov. 22, 188.5-Ina. E. D. E. N. Sournwoatii.
A Cler&man, whiii residing in South Armadas as
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her will sell on reasonable terms, hie Laza in Debn
kuown as the Moses Miller Farm, ISingl on the State no
leading west from Wellsboro. said rarto contains SO wee,
40 of which aro improved and tinder good cultivation, and
the balance covered with first rare rail timber. sawing tisk
-tier and harl.l wood: The firewood alone Is salllcisnt to pa,
the price for which the farm will be sold. It is only tbzwa
nal.l from Welleboro, on a first rate road, where 1$ Moil
wood is selling at $2 per cord
It has a good orchard, a new 20x40 foot barn and a fit*
onably good house. It is a first rate De.fr_x_Putu_Air ants
wanting one 6f that size, the milk-producing quality
of the grass not being exceeded by any farm in the country.
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20 rents a pound, butter at 40 to 50 cents, cheese at 20 cent*
apples at $1 per bushel, and other produce in proportion.
-Any person - wishing to purchase Can call on .1. Susar.
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Marab Creek. CHAS. Y. OItINNII4.
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