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litern officers are proverblal - for — shock - itig
uniforms and, in a majority of instances, it is
rather difficult to distinguish them from the
privates. - Among this class 'is a Brigadier
General named James Morgan, who looks
more like a wagon master than a solditN. On
a certain occasion, a new recruit who .ht,.A just
arrived in camp, lost a few articles, ei::1 was
inquiring around among the " Vets" hopes
of finding them. An old soldier fon6 bf his
epOrt, told the recruit the only thief in the
brigade was in Jim Morgan'e tent„ be re
-omit immediately started for Jim's (Oaten,
and poking his head in; - -asked.
" Does Jim Morganllie here?" -
" Yes," was the reply, " niy l mune •4e Jim
"Then I want you to hand over tbot books .
you stole from me I"
" I have none of your books, my mau."
"It's an infernal lie," indignantly ekolaim
ed the recruit. " The boys say you are the
only thief in the camp ; turn out them books . ,
or I'll grind your carcass into apple sass,,"
The general relished the joke much, but see
ing the sinewy recruit peelitloff his coat, in.
formed him of his relations .to the _brigade,
and the recruit walked off, merely remarking;
"Wall, blast me if Pd take you for s Briga
dier.. Excuse me,' General, I don't kit' w the
TIMMEARINT HOUSE .—I n the viol thy of
Sunrise Valley, Nevada, is an extensivi . -quarry
of gypsum, perfectly cbrystalized, drid s't trans
parent as blocks of ice from the oleare ; pond;
The rook naturally breaks in squares,:m.A.with
out cutting can he used for building purposes.
Several houses will be erected of this material,
and it is thought that no windows be re
quired, as the blocks of gypeum will admit
light. A building coustrulted of this material
would certainly present a splendid an& fairy
like appearance. . •
Tax sheep fever in Vermont continues. A
ram lamb was lately sold for $l,OOO, tWso yiar
lings for $2,500 each, and another fOr—s3,ooo.
The be li ef that this-world is ultithataly to be
destroyed by fire is supported by the dis Ovary
that each a fate has befallen far larger planets
than ours. French astronomers assert that no
fewer than fifteen hundred fixed stars have
vanished from the firmament within' the lest :
three hundred years. Tycho- Brittle -gives an
inigisting account of a brilliant star of the
largest size, had become the special „object of
his daily obseuation for several mot,Ths, dur
ing which the stir gradually became Oiler, un
til its final disappearance. La Place state that
one of the vanished fixed stars of the'iorthekn
hemisphere afforded indubitable evierice of
having been consumed by fire. At I,ret the
star was of a dazzling white, next of a% ;11)wing
red and yellow luster, and finally , it• became
pale and ash colored. The burning of ihe star
lasted sixteen months, when this - satin:: visitor
to which, perhaps, a whole series of 'planets
may have owed allegiance, finally departed and
became invisible forever. " ' '
AR UNTASHIONA.I3LE OLD Env: pr.—The
Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati
Gazette tells the following aneedoter6f Gen.
Spinner, the Treasurer of the United States:
" The simple-hearted old fellow is.unftshiona
ble, in that he cannot forget that there hits been
a war. A repentant Alabamian reacf"kkl his
hand across the table to him the other' day, at
dinner: "Don't you remember me, G)neral?
I used to sit with you In Congress. d'vtn tb
1860." " I remember you, well enougt. - You
stayed here a good while after 1860, - "wilked
through all oar camps, and saw altogether too
much before yoti left. If you were goiik to be
a traitor you might have had the grace'lo go a
litle earlier, so that your old friends' shouldn't
be compelled to suspect you of being a spy."
" Bnt, General, no man regretted this thing
more than I did !" " Why in the name-of man
hood, didn't you stand up igniriat it? BnCno,
you had to go with your State, and get office
under the government .of traitors ! and now
you come up to this mod-sill, Andy 'Johnson,
to be pardoned. I'd hang you, that's Ithet,l'd
do with you, old friend as you are!"
LINES OF TRAVEL.i
ate & Williamspo
Trains will Arrive and
-644 P. U.
..8488 ♦. x.
..9tlB A. N.
- Milli priee. - . • Katie Depart..
Brain the North,...—l:Bo A. K. For he North, .9:55 2 . :11,
" " South, 9:55 It. K. " " South, 5:80 A. K.
" Mutt; '.5:45 P. K. s " " East-- 7:15 A. K.
: ". Wert, .5:80 T. x. " " ITeet, ...... —7:30 A. m.
- tram RAILWAY
Trani wal lease Cong* at akout the follQwinkboure:
No. Buffalo Express,
No. 3. Night Express,
No. 6,1416 E;
N 0.7, Night Brpresa for Dnnklrk and Buffalo,
No. 9, Mail, for Buffalo and Dunkirk.....-., .....
No. 2', New York Express, .4.10:23 a. in•
No. 4, 'Night Express, ;42:84 a. m.
No. 6, Steamboat litpress, , - .. 3:40 p. m.
No. 11, Cincinnati Express, , 3:40a. m.
No. 12, Night Express, 11:41 b. m.
A. T. COCHRAN, Agent aS Corning.
Blopiburg & Corning, & Tioga Rai/ Road
Mall, 800 a. m. 500 p. m
Accommodation, 340 p. I I
L. H. SELATTECM, Supt.
SOMETHING NEW-PATE'ERS A MOTHERS
READ - ' -
fourteen years of age and costing from •48 .to $35
only, according to size. The Tone
. and finish is
equalto the Large Melodeon, and warr antees. Every
child can now harp
A MUSICAL - INSTRUMENT'
that is a real joy to the household. I st , ,, selling
large Melodeons, 5 octave, as low as $75, atiti6octaye
as low as $lOO, and warrant, These prices' rise be
yond competition—small profits is my motto. Pianos
of the best makers from $275 to $6OO, and warrant
all 7 octaves and rosewood. To. Leaders of sands, I
will furnish you.
131*1 er .- 42krrman Silver Instruments,
fore per cent. cheaper than you can purchaiciii New
York, saving trangprtation, and
.13esides iOr..Can teat
the Instrument before Paying. Either Ebrattond,
Martin ', lailinoreis' or Wrights' lhatrutnedt) as you
,1144.0 BOOKS OF AZI.
Band - Mimic, Month Pieces, and real Turkish Cym
bals-4verything pertaining to Band Musio on hand
and for.sala. Every order promptly atteniledlo at
01100. J. C. WHITE.
Maristeld, Pa., August 2, lB6s—eow3m.
rr ERG'S PORTABLE LEMONADE pie the only
.JCI,L preparation of the kind made from the fruit.
As an•article of economy, purity, and delicionsnees,
it cannot te surpassed, and is recommended by physi
cians for invalids and family use: It will "keep for
years in any climate, while its condensed form ren
ders ifespecially convenient for travelers. All who
use lemons are requested to give it a trial. - Enter
tainments at home; parties, and'plcnics ebb - cad - licit be
without ft. For-Bale by all Druggists and first-class
Groeere.' Manufactured only by
• _ LOUIS P. METZ - kin.,
Sept:6, 1865-Iy. No. 649 Pearl St., New York.
- BOY ' S DRUG IVIVAIL
-- A -TRUMP BARD I.:
(2.REAT -BARGAINS I 1— I would in all
confidence say to the - people of Welisboro and
surrounding -country that I have just returned from.
New York. with - -
: I,A.ROE STOCK OE. GOtili% -
consisting_td. _ .
-for Men and Boys:- •
ir o ati : AND- UNDER SHIRTS.
everythitig to make a man walla ad
comfortable. Also, _
A NICE LOT OF CASSMERES,
Also, a large stook of
'BOOTS Sc .SHOES
for MEN,- WOMEN, and CHILDREN.
too numerous to mention. AU of which, -
at prices calculated to carry out my rale of business.:
finfail'Piallti - and Quack
Please to call and examine my Stock. Rememb‘
the place, .
THE CHEAP Wit STIRS, RODS BVILDaO.
Welfsboro; Sept. 20,1885. CARD.
R. R. Timor - Table.
from Troy as foil' ,ws
Express, ' 0; 2 8 Y. X
Mail, -- DM r. x
Way Freight, 4: Y. X
CAXI4 Tri____ll . _ - ____ - - 425 P. X
-.: +l, ' 4 ,'" IVI —, •
6:45 p. m.
7i38 a. m. .4.124P . 3 a.m.
;',.:10:23 a. m.
CASH paid for all kinde of GRAIN, HIDES,
and FURS. CHAS. &H. VAN VALKENBURG.
lebor6, Deo. 21, 1884. .
FLOUR AND FEED, BUCK WHEAT FLOUR,
Meat; Fork and Salt, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Soap,
Candles, Baleratus, Tobacco and Kerosene OIL ,
Also, Alackorel,, White Fish, and Trout , by ttle
package or pound.
CHAS:A: 11 - . 7 V 4 9 N VATEMBIT.G. -
Vi'ellsboro, June 28, 1885.
W HITE WASH LIMB.—Tar BEST
••• • 1 1.
- - -- VLOTIIINGOECOOS'S - &. SIEHO'g-;
WONDER OF WONDERS I
120,000_ WORTH ,
D R D S I
To ItE - SaLD' AT .
If you want to buy
G 1,11 T N.fx
Call at WILLCOX'S.
PRINTS will bo sold for 25cte. for : .Ao days.
DAMAN& cheaper than elsewhere.
STOQA BOOTS - for $3,75. - , -•
WOMEN'S StfOES, sl,so — only'fot: 30 days.
Wellaboro, Sept. 20, 1865; C. L.-WILLOOE.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.m
W. T. MATHERS
Has just - returned from New York, with an enormous
Stock of •
- - •
GROCERIES et. PROVISIONS,
and is offering them to the public for LESS money
than they have been sold since the WAR.
GREEN TEAS-JAPANESE OOLONG, IX
: PERIAL & YOUNG HYSON,
of variant qualitieiv from 7be. to $2.80 par lb
COFFEES-JAVA, RIO, LAQUIRA,
n kernel and all the varieties of pound Cogeea.
SUGARS-GRANULATED,, CRUST, POW
and all the grades of COME SUGARS; alsq a
large and' plendid assortment of
BROWN SUGARS, - .i
cannot fail to please dtugomers if they will call and
examine our Stook, either iw-price or quality.
SYRUP •& MOLASSES,
varying In Price from 650. to $1,50 per gallon
FISH-WHITE FISH, TROUT, CODFISH,
SLUE FISE I / 4
and various kinds of MACKERBL.
Also a good stock of Brooms, Market Baslhrts_,
orn Baskets, Axe . Helves,_ Wash Boards, Soiub
Bradlee, Bed Cords, Door Mats, Buggy Mats, Mop
Handles, Pails; also Nnicemesortment of Bird Cages.
Vier Ladies will please remember diet W. T. - Math.:
era keeps J. B. Stratton's •
CELEBRATED YEAST CAKE,
T. Kingsford k Son? Corn Starch, Sago , Vermicslla,
Tapioca, Macaroni, nil kinds of
SPICES, CLOVES, CINNAMON, .GINGER ,
--! NMMEG, &c.
Altio Black Bunt and Yellow Snuff, a good assort
FLAVORING EXTRACTS & TOILE'T SOAPS.
W. T. RIA.THER4
keeps constantly on hand the best' brands of Balers
ins, Sdda, Cream Tartar, Sal Soda for Washing; also
the best grades of -
FAMILY FLOUR, CORN MEAL,
by the barrel or sack, the beet qttity-of
Kertisene Oil 'and Lamp Oil.
The last but not least to mention is, W.F. MATH, 7
FRS • • - '
WILL NOT BE IINDEBSOI:O 11
Goode to be ALWAYS AS REPRESENTED or
The highest market price in Cat& paid for Butter
and Eggs. ' W. T. MATHER&
Wellsboro, Aug. 23, 1865.
New Flour and Provision 'Store.
CHAS. do 11. VANVAICENBURG wishes to in-
IL/ form the citizens of, Wellsboro and the sarrouna
ing country that they hive recently started anew
FLOUR AND PROVISION 'STORE,
in the building formerly known as " Osgood's Store,"
where they may be found at all times ready towait on
all customers who may favor them with a call, and sell
them the choicest kinds of
FLOUR, MEAL, BUCK WHEAT, PORK,.
/co., at as reasonable rates as any firm in.this place.
a& at- • - Bora DRUG- 14TOItE.
DELY GOODS, GROCIELIIIFS,_&C.
NEW F 414. AND WINTER GOODS!
PEOPLE'S STORE, in Corning
We - now bqra on,han4 an unusually
FILL AND WINER GOODS,
adapted to the best trade op thia place and vicinity,
and shall be conatantly receiving such additions to
our stock as the varied wants of our imam:irons cus
tomers shall 'lemma.
Outidookl ionlifitlin, pail of °magma iiifity.of
— “DOMESI 4 IO tr-OODS;
a larger stook of Mourning — Rd other Dress Goods
thaaavei before, among whtoti area large line of
AT 6EOO PER YARD
A goc4Av t too . k, of
OM 4: EAPIgE,RXS:
to be sold by the yard or made up to order
for Ladies' Cloaks and ornaments Co trim them,.
FLANNELS OF EVERT VARIETY,
RED, BLUE, GREY, YELLOW, ;WHITE,
PLAIN & TWILLED, .OPEiti: FLAN
SHAW:ri,S,A - }o33liita, Ladies, Misses and Children
'Battrotal, ankElo r
HOSIERY. AND GLOVES,
oP etory:iVaKuEong Itliqph Wra " ..k "" 2;
ALEXANDER'S KIDS, BUCK MITTS, •and
BOOTS. ; SHOES, -& RUBBEKS;
Amon Ichich - crerttre-Arctic - Rubber, Rubber, - s Iratni - v
nice article. : Z
Ont facilities -fur-BUYING :GOODS are UNSUR
P kSSED by any in this section and wa wish it no
We do not intend to be UNPERSOLD'by
quality of Goods considered, whatever others may
say about it, and in proof of this we ask an . EXAM'.
NATION — o - f — oorT GOODS and PRICES, promising
ourselves not' to get angry for showing Goods-when.
no purchase is made. We - shall give our customers'
the FULL BENEFIT 0, ANT. _PECLTNKintf J the
Market should there.be.auy, and should Goods -ad
vane vie shall be-compelled to follow; We' shall
continue thcsystem of . ' _ • _
:oiiel‘Prliee and Ready Pay,
which is steadilrgrowing in favor
We tender.outjhtinks jo the citizens .of Tioga Co.,
who have patronised ne and would reepecefully invite
those who have never done - so , to call and see' us.
Store opposite the DiekinkonHouse on Market Street,
threo doors west of the corner, and two doors east of
'Hungerford's Bank, : _
SMITH & WAITE,
Corning, Oct. 4, 1885
- flpr 'NOXVILLE BOOT,- SHOE, 4: LEATHER
The undersigned having formed a co-partnership
under the name and title of
I. LOGIIRY, ar. CO., ,
can be found at the old stand, corner of Main and
Mill Streets, where , they- will keep constantly on hand
a genera) assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER & FINDINGS,
of the best quality, which they will sell so cheap
for Cash; as to make it an object 'for dealers to buy
Our Stook consists in part of
MEN'S, .• ; -
BOY'S, CALF, KIP, & 'STOGA
of mfr oirn 7 mannfacture. " •
LADIES' GAITERS, BALMORALIpp,
CALF, & MISSES. WAS..
French and Oak Stock constantly onlindlor sale.
Cash paid at all times for HIDES, PELTS, and
, • 7. . 7 . -
TERMS—CASH as; ,DELIVERY. •
1. LOGHB.Y, Knoxville, Pa:
3:IIfOMARDSON, timira, N. Y...
Knoxville, August 2, 186b-tf.
September_ Ist, 1863.
FROM THIS DATE,
YOR READY PAY ONLY
•• CUSTOM BOOTS AND SHOES;'
Leather, .Findings, Br.c.
CASH PAID:FOR HIDES, PELTS, DEER
SKINS AND FURS.
D FRANKLIN SAYS: • •
"When you have anything to advertise,tellthe
public of it in Plain, simple language.". -
. I am manufaetshing good custom made- Bcfots4 and
Shoes which I will sell at fair prices, and only for
ANADY PAY. Such work cannot be sold auto low
rates pen pair_as .eastern. made _alap.work,_but it can
and will he sold at prices which will enable the pur
chaserto protect .his feet li(itliFicied substantial boots
'more cheaply: 414 - witic: pouf, slop-shop article,
*Welt, even if--Wo*FtlidtertOzlellinpieces witTi lie
first weeks service, is but a doubtful protection in
wet and cold Weather. Try ree k -
Bu - and D oeskins Wanted ,
in the red and short blue, for which I will 'parcash
and a good price.
Beef-Hides and Calfakinii.iVanted;
or which I.will also pay cash.
- Sheep Pelts Wanted,
faiwbioh . l will also pay cash and the highestruar
An assortment of sole, upper, calfskin's and linings,
pegs, thread, nails, awls; knives; shoe-hammers, so.,
etc., kept constantly on hand, which I will sell cheap
for cash. Shop on Main Streetbetween Wilcox's and
Bullard's. G. W. SEARS.
N. B. I can't 'give credit, because, to be plain,
./ haven't gotit to give.
Wellsboro, Sept. 9, 1863.
T O TEE P,EOPLE OF TIOGA COUNTY
Get,the best and only authorised Life and Public
Services of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. impartial, truth.
fnl, 750_ pages, with beautiful engravings, good paper
and binding—by Hon. R. J. RAYMOND, M. O.
Some important things aro copyrighted and cannot
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E. R. VAN HORNE, M. D. ) Agent,
For Lawreneeville, Tioga, Rielmond,Chathimi . , Deer
field, Clymer, Westfield and other tgrni.
Knoxville, Ang. - 2, 1866—tf. - • -
.ANBUOICIRK'S' OZODONT- for Olimniig .
Tooth, for sale at P. WiAltesue
FOVNDRIES & PNAC : INERT
HEAD QUARTERS OF , THR IRON BRIGADE,
AUGUST jar, 1865.
Spacial Notice is hereby given to Returned Sol
diers, returned akedaddlers, those liable to draft and
to exempts, that the War is now ended and so should
HIGH KUM END.
All will take notice that we are prepared to serve
those wanting any thing in our line on short notice
Weelionld call atienilen4e — A few of the articles of
oaf' in'ankfaettiie. ' •'" ' • ' i•-"•
THE PEOPLE'S FRIEND 000 K STOVE
Is still in great favor with thcise desiring an
ELEVATED OVEN COOK STOVE._
Our ?#-. W n S!
~ / M X t C ff4. l7 F B
deserve attention before purchasing elsewhere.
Our IRON & WOOD BEAM PLOWS
are as good as any if not better.
We would call particular attention to our
as we are confident that they cannot be excelled.
made.andatpaired on !hot!, ,
`Wriiiiteiurrd• Kelp le with' the iniprovetnettitr
Try us and be convinced.
TERMS CASH ON .DELIVERY.
J. P. BALES,
STOVES & HARDWARE.
STOVES S rotts - ri - TsCrVES I I—
_ , •
D. C. tittli'MArlirda- 04), /
WELLSP . PAP, PENN'A,
respectfully Atiltiriii thiPthey have re
NEW STORE tt• .17.0 BHOPr
tia the building lately oesuplad Roberts, and
will keep on Iliad and rurnia b to order,
TIN, COPPER,=-Si 43HERT4H014 WARE,
COOKING STOVE, PARLOR STOVES,
THE EXTENSION- 'OP; & THE
AMERICAN & NATIONAL
We Anil deal on the rash System, and will not be
undersold. Oar moieo:le gklimall profits and quick
M. 1.1, .0 A: N ;
kept constantly on band
D. C. LAMPMAN .t CO
Wellsboro, Sept. 6, 1860—tf.
MESSRS. tiUNN & TUCKER beg to an
nounce to the citizens of Tioga County, that in
addition to their excellent steel of Stoves, Tin-Ware,
Brittania, and Sheet-I-on Ware, they have, at a great
outlay, stocked their store on
MAIN STREET, IVELLSBOBO,
with a complete, assortment, of Shelf Ilardware, - of
which we enitmertte the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, 'CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND ;AND-BUCK
• : -BITTIBTOCKS,
HATCHETS, UHIPELS,, - .
SHOV.LS, ,SPADES, - FORKS,
BENCH-SCREWS, WOOD SCREWS;
CARRIAGE BOLTS, - BURRS, SKEINS,
WASHERS, RIPE ;BOXES,:`AXLETRSES,
ELLIPTIC SPRINGS, HCIR - SFAH.OEK .
HOOP, BAR, .& I'ND IRON,
GRINDSTONE HANGINGS, •''
SAUSAGE OUTTOS AID STUFFERS
, • COMBItED.- Afo, o -
PISTOLS, PISTOLi i eititTRIDGES, POW
; DER iNIrtAPS. •-:- '-,.
PATENT BARN. BOOR ';_RANGIN'GS
a new thing, and made for nee. These are but a,few
of the many articles comp osin g 6tir stock of ifard
MM , .
We invite the r pnblic to call and - examine for them
selves. We aitn4p keep the best quality of goods in
our line paid all,work 4 order done promptly, and
'well. ^7 - 7' ' ' GUNN & TUCKER, "
4 . 7 :.,;: Emcees/Joni of Wtp: ,Roberts.,
Wellsbixrc, Nov. 8, 188.5—tf. - ~_
DEES - MVO. WOOLENJFACTOaIf.
T"andernifned having puichased the ll
knowt Woolen Factory of Messrs: E. &'B. S.
Bowen onlhe ,Cotranewine River, two miles east of
Knoxvlll6,:takes - this method of informing the inhabi
hmts of Eqpt aug adjoining -counties 'that he will
manufacthfe wool-by the yard or on shares to suit
I" ' DOE-SEINS,
FULL •OLOTSS, of all kinds
The machinery - has been tgoroughly %repaired and
new machinery added thereto,also an improved new
wheel which wiftenable hini.to work the entire les
ion. Ed will pay : particular attention to'
Roll Carding dr. Cloth. Dressing,
which will he doiterin the neatest possible manner,
having added one new Roll Machine, will enable him
to dispatch and aeeommodate.people from a distance.
He would farther eav tbg4 he_has_c_arried,on the busi
ness in mastufeeturing wool-for, farmers-7in Bradford
and adjoining chatifies for the past twenty years
therefore con warrant all work and satisfy his cueto.
mere, using nothing in manufacturing but genuine
wool. , ; - _ JOSEPH INGTEAS;
.Deerfield, ..414 1865-1 y
TO THE PUBLIC.
TAEC now prepared to manufacture, at myeatablish
wont in Deerfield,
• AND , PifiNOY - PEANMELS,
to order, either by the piece or quantity, to suit sue
tomera. JOSEPH INGHAM.
Enoxville o ruly_lfl,A63. , _
17RE tat G ; ;
BOY'S DRUG 13T0RD,
PENSION AO'T S
FIRE ! FIRE ! ! FIRE! !!-
- - •
The undersigned bap leave 16 announce to the
people or Tiego County that he has established an
agency in Wellshoro, for the well known
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY;
of No 'si*Ork.:
That he is'prepared to insure all kinds of property
upon-as reasonable terms as can be had in any other
responsible ,. Companies, AND ISSUE POLICIEB
withding:tho application to the General Office.
This is one of-the richest Companies in the United
Oash.Capilal of Two Million Dollars,
beeldatrthe Assets *Web otiihe 16t orlariunry, 1866,
amounted to 82,765,503 42'
Its officers are' • •
- WARM .......
A: P. "WILWORTH • •
A STATE LICENSE,
and monthly 'pays the per centage charged upon its
Receipts which is 'Made - necessary by' the laws of
Peendylvanla, in ardei to make its policies , valid and
hintlineupon the Company, All policies issued 14'
Companies which have not taken out a State license
are declared' null - and void, ntid the parties are liable
to a heavy penalty for so insuring. See - Pardon's
Digest, page 85S,'Bee: 2-1; 22, 23. - ' •
Welleboio, Auk. 23; 1865. - W. H. SMITH.
S O l ttr o ff:'.!AL - BOUNTY' AND -PENSION
kAro, ' AWL ,4'1064 UItVTY PERIVA:
The niidettrigued having been epeciallilicenied by
United States Government to procure tile
BADS PAY, BOUNTY, AND PENSIONS,
of leceltseiliall4_ditabled soldiera, gives notice to sit
interested, that he has made.iirrangements with par
ties in Washington; by. which , he is able- to procure
Back pay„ Bounty ant/Pensions, in a veryshort time,
and that he will give particular attentions - to all such
claims that may be brought to him; - Being provided
with all the requisite Forms, Bla n ka, &e.,fteet, ha has
superior advantages in-this branch of business. Sol
diers entitled to pensions; willAind'it to their advan
tage to apply to the undersigned at Knoxville, as the
examining wargecm for Tioga -County resides there.
Also, -.ledge Case, before whom all applications for
pensions may be made.
1.. , Soldiers enlisted-since the I 3sh of April, 431, iii
anykind of- service, -Naval or Military, who are dis;
:Shied by disease or wounds, are entitled td.Pensioes:
All soldiers:who serve for two yearsor- during the
war, should it sooner close, will be entitled li, full
Bounty. - Also soldiers who have been wounded•in
battle, whether having served two years or not, are
entitled to full Bounty— • ••
2., When a poldiershas died from any cause, in the
United States,service, since April 13,:1861, leaving's
widow, she_ is entitled to all pay due him; also to
from $75 to $4OO Bounty. The bounty varies ac
cording to the act or orders under which the soldier
enlisted, She is also entitled' to a pension.
3. If the soldier left no widow, his children are en
titled to the pay and bounty and the pension until
they are sixteen jeers of age. -
A - , If the soldier left . no widow, legitimate child,
the father is entitled to his pay and bounty, provided
he lives in the United States and has not abandoned
the support of his family.
5. If the soldier left no widow, legitimate
nor father, or if the father has- abandoned the sup
port of the family, or if he resides out of the United
States, the mother, if she resides in the United States,
is entitled to the pay an - bounty, aita if poor and de
pendent, in whole or in part, 'on her son for support,
sheis also entitled- to a , pension. Mothers- whose
husbands or former husbands reside out of the Uni
ted States or have abandoned the' support of their
families, should write to the undersigned at once, or
the father mey get the bountywithout-the facts being
6. All soldiers who have lost an arm and one - leg,
are entitled to Twenty dollars per month. Prisoners
of war are entitled to Three Months extra pay.' He
is also prepared to settle Officers', Quartermaster,
Ordnance, and Commissary accounts, and procure
Certificates of Non-indebtedness, in the shortest pos
sible time. __Also Artificial Limbs for snob as bare
loss them in service. -- •
nvill be at my office on Ildonday and Saturday of
each week, to attend to thimbnainese.
July 26, 1665-Iy, W.H. B. SMITH.
REFERENCES: Wellabor°, Y. F. Donaldson; Sher
iff Stowell. Addison, N. Y., W. R. Smith. Wash..
ington, D. C.. Tooker A Lloyd. ~K noxville, V. Case:
TO SOLDIERS AND THEIR FRIENDS
THE undersigned having had considerable expe
rience in promising Pension Bounties and Back
pay of Soldiers; will attend to all business in that line
entrusted to his care with promptness and fidelity.
ALL SOLDIERS discharged by reason of wounds
are entitled to the $lOO bounty.
Pensions, Bounfieillitiff azrears ui pay;OolTeCted
by the undersigned.
Persons wishing to eonter with me will please call
or address me by letter at Sylvania, Bradford county,
Pa. Charges reasonable. GEO. P. MONRO.
Refers by permission to -
H. H. Card, County Treasurer, Wellsboro, Pa.
D. P. Pomeroy, Troy, Pa. •
A. H. Spalding, Sheriff, To'wenda, Pa. [April 1.
PROTECTIVE WAR CLAIM AND PENSION
AGENCY OF THE U. S. SANITARY COM:
MISSION.—AII the 'paperi and correspondence re
ctnired to procure .Pensions, Bounty, and Back Pay,
and Prize Money for discharged SOLDIERS and
SAILORS, and for the RELATIVES of Soldiers and
Sailors dying in'the ierviee of the United States.
prepared and"-forwarded, and the proceeds of all
claims, when colleCted, remitted to the parties FREE
Office 1307 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia.
Or for farther information or assistance apply to
Lucy 'Moons HOTCHKISS, Welisboro,
S. E. Mounts, Mansfield,
As/iodide Managers for Tioge. County.
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(A V 1 • - If?' " ' 4O
PROCLAMATION CEILESEMAN'S PILLS.—The
nombination of ingredients in these Pills Is the remitt
of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their
operation, and cannot do harm to the most delicate; car
taro in correcting all irregularities, Painful lienstrnations,
removing all obstructions, whether from cold or other - wise,
headache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites,
all nervous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back
and limbs, he., disturbed sleep, which arise from interrup
tions of nature.
Dr. Cheeseman's Pills was the commencement of
a new era in the treatment of irregularities and obetrac
Mons which have consigned so many to a premature grave.
No female can etijorgood 'health' unress alie - rarigular, and
whenever an obstruction takes place the general health beii
gins to decline. These Pills form the finest preparation ever
put forward with immediate and persistent success. DON'T
se Drumm. Ta.keithis advertisement td your Druggist, and
tell him that you want the Best and most Reliable Female
Medicine in the Wor,iti, which is comprised in these Fills.
Dr. Cheelieznanas Tills have been a Standard Rem
edy for over thirty years, and are the moat effectual one ever
ever known for all complaints peculiar to Females. To all
classes they are invaluable, inducing, with certainty, peri
odical regularity. They are known to thousands, who have
used them at different periods, throughput the country, ha.
ring the sanction of some of the most eminent Physicians
Explicit directions, stating when they should not not be
need, with each Box—the Price One Dollar per Box, or 6
Boxes for $5, containing from 50 t0.,60 Pills.
Pills sent by mail, promptly, secure from obeetvation, by
remitting to the proprietors. sold by Druggists generally.
Midicattle& - -
HIITCSINOS k HILLYtit ; Proprietors,
28 Dey Street, New York.
Sold itillirellsporo by. Jobs.A..ltoy; in •Tioga by Borden
gyro's; in Lawrenceville by W. cl.3llllcr. -11oct85-Iyeow.
HALL'S CELEBRATED VEGETABLE SICILIAN FAIR,
RENEWER, citribe had at ROY% Drag Store. '
CONOBNTRATIP for_ole ' '
ROTS "DRITO ATORTs
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.-
BEL MBOLD'S BUCIIII.
HELMBOLWS BUC HU.
THE, ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF THE
KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF THE
For these diseases it iftruly d sovereign remedy,
an d Too mach eannet be said bkits praise. A single
dose has been known to relieve the most urgent
symptoms. _ _
Are you troubled with that distressing-pain in the
small - of the back - and through this hips? A tea
apooilfrol a day of Irelmbold'e'Buchu will relieve you:
PHYSICIANS • AND • OTHERS
I Malta lio"tieCief of ingredients. lielmliold'ikx:
tract Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cubebs, and Jta
niper great care, prepared in
odeuo and recording to rules of
• „ •
P HARMACY -AND. CHEMISTRY.
These ingreslieftts.are_kactivia as the_moss- valuable
Is Au& ;Ili& acts zpon kidneys:
' HiLl63oliPli NOEL
Is pleasant in taste and odor; free from all - injurious
properties, and immediate 17k., its It 44,i9
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory of
the U. S., of .which tbe following is a correct copy:
" Bncuir:—lts odor is strong, diffusive, and some
what aromatic, its taste bitterish, and analogous to
that of mint It is glean 'chiefly in complaints of the
Urinary Organs, such as Gravel. Chronic Catarrh of
the bladder, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and
Trethrst, Diseases of the Prostrate, and Retention or
the Incontinence of Urine, from a loss Of tone in the
parts concerned in its evacuation. It has also been
recommended in Dyspepsia. Chronic Rheumatism,
Cutaneous Affections, and Dropsy."
FUR FURTHER INFORMATION
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on the Practice
of Pliysic. •
See Remarka made by the celebrated• Dr. Physic, of
See any and all-Standard Works on Medicine. -
Ism aClatilaiD tad with H. T. Halmbold; heoecupied
the drug store opposite my residence, and was suc
cessful in conducting the busdness where others had
not been equally so before him. I have been favora
bly impressed with his character and enterprise.
(Firm of Powers h Weightman,)
• Manufacturing Chemittts,
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
[From the Philadelphia Eoeniegßulletia„ Maoris 10.]
We are gratified to beer rif_the continued success,
in New York, of our townsman, Mr. H. T. Beim,
bold, Druggist. His store, next to the Metropolitan
Hotel, is 2S feet front, 230Iftet deep, and five stories
in height. It is certainly a grand establishment, and
speaks favorably of the merit of his articles. He re
tains his Office and Labratary in this city, which are
also model establishments of their class.
The proprietor has been induced to make this
statement from the fact that his remedies, although
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from using
any thing pertaining to Quackery, or the Patent
~,Medicine order—most, of
,which are propared by self.
styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to read a phy
'sician's simplost prescription, much for competent to
prepare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sales, each as Copying
parta of 4vertizements- of popular remedies, alit&
finishing with certificates.
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The Sclopca of liedAcina stands SlfdPtE, PURE,
and MAJESTlC,—int'ving Fact fOr U.S . Basis, Induc
tion for its Pillar,'Truth aloha for its Capitol; '
A WORD OF CAUTION:
. Health ie-most important; and the afflicted should
not use an advertised medicine, or any remedy, makes
its contents or ingredients are_ known to-others be
sides the Maparactuter, , orAtntil z tkey are satis4mi.
the qualifications of .she party so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BIICRII,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
Established upwards cf 'l6 years
Prepared by H. T. HHLAPQL.p.
..POncipal Depots, -
HEL'SiBOi.D'S DRUG OM. CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, New York; •
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South• Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pct:
SOLD BY ALL DEUGGISTIK -
October 11, 1885-Iy
FOR THE LADIES:—BABBITZS (MEHRA.-
TED SOAP POWDER, or washing made eau
and 'ataina rinnevisk.froin Table -Linen, -Napkins, los
For sale at Roy's Drischtnrn.. : _
ADIIO3I,f4TRA.TRIX'S NOTICE.— Letters of ad,
ministration" having )Seen granted, to the under
signed on the estate, of Abraß. Palmer, late of kftd
dlebury, dee'd. notice is hereby given to those in
debted to make immediate payment and those having
elaims.to present them properly authenticated for
settlement to NANCY ANN PALMERvAtisn's
' Middlebury, Oot.ltl, 1866-tlt* - . .
IN TOR WORLD.
AND IMPROVED ROSE- WASH