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Gone, but Missed
Two towers of one - of our little iihurches
base gonithe praise and atimiratintrl,f every
month; those two real characters of Kristian
beauty, in Miner with all, in -affectiom,irith all.
What a blessing was their life. Mimi a good,
what en edification, what a .charm,„)whart a
sanctification,'what ajewel,, is their :Aeath to
us, what a welcome they hav-o receive :I above
among the redeemed and angels: 'fee, two
flowers of eritt.of otir I itclechurcheS,tvrti flowers
of our community; one from one, and another
from another of -t woof our estimable.
flies, baze`gdne. 7.7
What wcontrast there is-hetween the lives of
some people. There is with some &life that
comes to be followed , with little less than an
animal death. Sickening ie the sightwntl pain
ful to the feelings, of that of Young lien
Wring &bent. the har-rooM, With count inailices
bearing the marks of sensunlity rather -Than of
intelligence. Unhappy tam) is the sight and
unpleasant to the moral fcellngs of that young
woman whoia_ only relish is that'of the ball
roora`,llo soareely `any thing else for
one to see about them but vanity and_the love
of friveleaskplualul ,, o
But how noble, how.salntaty,, lie* enriching
to the feelings, what a joy, is tne sight bf one
Whosentim.of ;life is tcrtie _useful and christian,
like. David's, to " serve his own gErneration
cording to the,will of God." •',
Those who live with such an_aito are th'r. ones
who come to Sento, when they die
are (*tried to the burying-ground ,and ' that is
about slithitts left of-them - to ,t he Werld they
are so carnal. In the Versons rO:Tried to-we
There is hot merely - "a family lokgg,a church
lossy_bufesgeneral loss. They are missed. Not
only eels' the relative, but the -neightioiii:ral
the towns•people. - - - - -
Theta Was once a yciutig,mait given to vice
and dissipaton. He was iii - the habit of going
to the house of feasting. Q,,gathet up my
influence," says lie in the " and
bury it with me!' But here are th79Te-' whose
influence need nut be Ltvia - but' fectitariv,ell
be allowed to,. go. stuns& ,of, a 1 character
to prove a bressftig: • Though- ties they yet
speak for good.
Lieut. Lan R. Boss, died on the:9l) of Aprii,
the tenth anniversary day pf his ,uo,titig With
the church. ' " Prepare - to meet trip
were among the last words sent hoint.tc friends
in a letter written upon the knee of d 'fellow
soldier immediately after .reeeivingt,-the fatal 1
wound,nd „found stained witit.the_bloOd of his
wound in the cause of his cOuntry unkliherty,
on its recahing,them. "Keep up gold cheer,
my young frieed," said the helovedqresident
Lincoln on coming to his bedside whelb visiting
in tekes—hes_eal-4thit, the -44c1r, an d
wounded' --soldiers of the, '
am trying to," he replied; looking up fehni his
sinking,oondition, and dieee, perhaps were the
dying words of tne heroic and noble yotipg man.
About six months after - this, on the?27th of
Oct. dieslSirs. EntLY JANE ;BLANCitARL, They
both loved one another in the fraternitr;.of tho
chrietian faith, even us we alliovedthe one and
th&Other. In the midst of the suff,iinga of
the dying bed she showed the christiani --Beck
oning with her hand once or twice, While pray
_said " come Lord,. -come not?." She
told the -doctor she was just - stept(lng into
Heaven, had it not been for something:he-OW.
her to revive her up and prevent heoiinking.
Th`are was a like pleasantness of sitirit with
her through all her sickness as ivbetai:khetilth.
fhere is no loss like that of a wikin the re
lations of life. In her is the lose of 'rifle 41f the
nearest and dearest, and the mother of our
children:a sort of double loss, so hat more
than single; a lees, that - Ida - oboe to ;lie quite,
and makes itself most especially to 1 felt, and
so the-more-should we be taught of , od under
it. • I have sometimes thought I icon' l hardly
bear to leave my little children, but lbw can I
bear to have those children left „ritbout a
mother, a christian mot het, qnd so I have felt
more like praying, let me die first.
She left four young children. The beat morn
ing after her death and VPre they lr.d got up,
they rere heard talking about tlit:T mother
being in Heaven and how the sugele had come
ana taken up her spirit there. Ble 'sed .is it
for children to have a mother of if" torn 'they
can talk in this sweet waY after she is gone.—
Would that every child had ,as good a mother,
and every husband as good , a wife.
,Mity the Lord sanctify the influenLaof those
deaths to the bereaved families at d, to' this
May the minister's little dau - ghte who was
bitptized:the l §aWaath Trerions, to. th deathoS
the, Christian woman alluded to, wit', the name
Of EMMA BLANCHARD...I D . an' hti4or to her
namesake, and prove no less a blee"ing in the
relations of life-, Fxaxc, 1 3 RAND.
larmington Hill, Nov,: ;l, 1865. I
LINES OF TRATEti.
& Williamsport .R. R. littao Table.
'Traps will Arriri and Depart from Troy Ai follows:
11.1a*Thi Siotith. - ' Moviieliortb.
- - -. ,*
' I Eprees, ...;.... ....1.0:23 P. Mt•
Mill, . . ... . ......
....... 9:0"0 P. rt.
W ay, Tretith
t,... - , --,.. 4: P. M.
Ctial'Tran,..-.. - f. i 445 P. M.
'• D. S. STD! Eii,s Sup't.
- lefle Arrive. Midis
/tom the 1it0rth,.......5:30 A. x. Fur the Nortbie ......... P. M.
" '' "' South, .466 P. M. , " 50utb,t , ......5:30A. x.
tw ...If butt,.......145 P. M. ', " Enat,. , 7:15 A. X
r " . West,..-...619 P. M. " " Weat,..,.--.7:20 A. x.
Eglia 73.41reWAT . .
014 P. U. l
W- .550 a.m.l
v trelght &.138 A. Y.
Coal Train, ~ ' 9;18 ♦. Y.l
Zrob MET *1865.
Thane 111110*e, Oornhm.nt elx:mt the folloWing bouts:
'. - ' rum= Boum). •
10 - : L i- Biagi, Express , ' ', - • 47. - ec4s p: to:
No. 3; Night 'Express, * ; l.. 703 a.:m.
Fo• 6 , Mail, _ - .t. ............ ...4 , ...12:28 a. m.
Me, 2,-Itetv York Express,—... t.ioas a. m.
NO. 4, Main Express,
.12:34 a. m.
No. ea Etearaboat Express, 2:40 p. tn.
lio, S. Cincinnati Express,. , 2:40 a. m.
Zto. 12, Night Express -
A. T. COCHII.N, Aleph i Corning.
Rlonstairg & Corning, & Tioga ra iit Road.
311 . "id,— •.- 8 00 ii. m.l Mail . :,. 000 p. m.
Aallmmodation,.....B 40 p. m. , , lMcommodatiat .10 15 a. tn.
.. .. .
.. „ ... 11. B. SHAM . IE, 89pq.
APTEST RATE FARM' FOR SALE.—TeI ittRSORD
ber will sell on reasonable terms, his Lida fr. Delmar,
wn as the Moses Miller FarmAring on th 3 S.,ate os4
lading west firom Welleboro. b:iatti rerm,confsino 80 acres,
AO of which are improved and under good cnitlvitlon, and
the balance covered with itret rate rail timber. easing Um
tier and hard wood. The firewood alone is sufficient to pay
the pricy for which the farm will 're cold._ - it is °ray three
miles from Wellsboro, on a first rate Fond, where 1.8 inch
wood is selling at 82 per cord. . -
. _ . _ _
It has a good
_orchard, a new 20c40 foot barn gnu a reit
°alibi,' good house. It is a first rate Dairy Facto fur any
Person wanting one of that Else. tIA! , milk-producing quality
of the grass not being exceeded by any farm thAcountry.
• The market for farm produce is all the farmer-, ccrald ask,
Eggs selling in Wellsboro at 25 cents a dostilT'eh'ickens at
20 cents a pound, butter at 40 to 50 cents, chel! eat 20 cents
apples at $1 per bushel, and other .produca In rorortion.
Any person wishing to purchase can call o I. EXERT',
Deq., Wellsboro, or on the subscriber, now 1 robering on
Muth Creek. CHAS. 1), 0 itliqi.ELL.
Delmar, NOT. 22,1663.-tf.
NSTRAY !—Ottrue Into the enclosure of the - r abscriber in
Ooeingtom on thelOth of October last, a ,iwo year old
LL, color bright red, with white switch tail'- Th. owner
will please come forward, prove :property, and 43.1te him
away. WOl. lip JOOtNSON.
Noe. 22, 1813.5.4t.t
into-the-eneloeure or tb4 - anbecrib• er in
Covington bore, on or about the 20ch - oi October last.
a dry. mouse colored COW, about 14 years, Rood sire.
The owner is requested to prove property, pa abaraesimed
take her away. P. RTIP,XIi,I3I,„
MO,. 20, 1.146,4 t.
CLOTHING, BOOTS & SEIOES.
A TRUMP = CARD!
UREA' . BARGAINSJI—I would in all
c s onlideine say_ fo, the people of Wellaboro and
surrounding country that I have just returned !rum
Now York with v . _
A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING
OVER - AND UNDER SHIRTS. -
I furnish everything to make a man warm and
comfortable. Also, -' -
A NICE LOT OF CASSIMERES,
Alen, a large atock.of
BISOTS - & -- SHOEIS,z
for 11. EN, WOXIEN, and CHILDREN
Hats, Caps, ifirde.,
too KTIISToUi,tO mention. All of "fstioli
I OFFER FOR CASH,
at priae6 ode.ulaiel to carry ant my rdle of- Waimea
Small Profit/4 and Quick Sales!,.
Pease to call and examine my Stock. Ret;embet
the I place,
Tfik CHEAP CASK SPCI2M,
Wellsboro, Sept. 20, 1865:- G. P. CARD.-
ga:ei jutt returned from New York, with oirietiortnams
GP OaRIES PROVISIONS . 7."
and is offering them to the Fablio r far LESS ion
than they have been sold since the WAR.-- -
,TE - 0-4 - 4.'"PANESE 00 . 0NG, IM
of various cinaliViK fr,ogt 75p. is $2.00 flikrito
in kernel and all the varieties of ground Coffees
SUGI.R . S.=-44RANUTATED; CRUST, POW
and all the grades of COFFFE SUGARS; also H
large and splendid assortment of
cannot fail to please cnstomensif they if ill call and
examine our Stook, either in price or quality.
varying in priCe from 65c. to $1,50 per gallon.
FISH—WHITE. FISH, TROUT, CODFISH
and various kinds of MACKEREL
Also a good stock of Brooms, Market Baskets,
Axe Helves, Wash Boards, Scrub
Bruises, Bed Cords, Door Mats, , Buggyl Mats, Mop
I Ve * L'a l d ' ies l- 4iii`i, s lZu7;, - Ten= ` embel . 7l • af
etc keeps J. B. Stratton's
T. F; Nr 5...,.,)k m e ' Corn 9tarcLi Sup, Vermicelli
Tapioca, Macaroni, all kinds of
SPICES, CLOVES; CINNAMON, GINGER
XjBo Black Snuff, and Yellow Snuff, a good assort
'LAVORING , EXTRACTS & TOILET : 5,04.1).5.
freetis cot istantly on hand the beet brands of Salem
tai; Soda -,--Cream Tartar; Sal Sodi_for:Washing; also:
tie best grades of
FAMILY FLOUR, CpW- b!...f..11,
by the barrel or sack, the best gnat,-
Kerosene Oil•a,nd. ; Lamp Oil.
Tile last but not least to illicitlon T. MATE
FRS „ •
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLIIII
- Goods to be ALWAYS. AS" itEktBSEiTEli
The highest market price in Cash paid for Butter
and Ego. - - W. T.,II , IATHBBS.
Welleboro, Aug. 23; 1885; '
' New Flom and Provision Storiti
CRAB. k. H. VANVALHENBHIMik wishes to, in,
form thpsititena of Wellahoro'anlthe - surround
ing country that thliy have iineittly started a new
FLOUR AND PROVISION
in the building fortaerly known as " Osgood's gore,"
where they may be found at all times ready to wait op
all customers who may favor them with a call, and eel
them the93itidetiOiind,v of
FLOUR, MEAL, BUCK WHEAT, PORK
. 41 .n.atatnicamigalaZittS1MAIIN 4SPlEM ill na t ta .
and FURS: Ct/AS. do E. VAN VALRENBURG.
Wellsboin, Doc. 21, 1.864.1
LOUS. Ain) - FEED4UCIC WIEUE4 'FLOUR,
Meal: Fork_ land - Batt, 514,. Coffee, Sußar, Soap,
Can dleit, - Salerataa,4'obleco and Kerostme - 011.
Also, Ifinkerel, 'Whiter Fi.sh; 11.:}:c1„ !i'rout, by the
package or vound. • _ - -
CHAS. it VA PT VALF4P3trR O.
Wollaboro, June 28, 1885.
SOMETHING NEW-FATHERS, & MOTHERS
The Gem Melodeon designed for children, two to
fourteen years of age and costing from $8 to $35
only, according to size. The Tone and finish is
equal to the Large Melodeon, and warranted. Every
child can tow have
A MUSICAL „INSTRUMENT
that is a real joy to • the household. lam selling
large Melodeons, 5 ootave. as low as $76, and 6 octave
as low as SlOO. and warrant. The • prices, are be
yond competition—small profits is my motto. Pianos
ofi the best makers from $275 to $6OO, and warrant
all 7 octaves and rosewood. To Leaders of Binds, I
will furnish you
Brass or German Silver Instruments,
Eve per cent. cheaper than you can purchase in ,ITew
York, saving transportation, and besides you can test
the Instrument before Paying. Either Stratton',
Martins', Gilmores' or Wrights' Instruments as ,yon
Band Musio, Month Pieces', and teal Turkish Cym
bals--everything pertaining to Band Mu4io on hand
and for sale. Every order promptly attended to at
once. • ,J. C. WEITg.
Mansfield, Pa., August 2, 1885-aowam. -
PUTTY a WINDOW iiLtiSS - ai' '
ROY'S DRUG STORE.
for Mon and Boye
;;:W .7f 1. WALT WEVr?:
PEMAL & YOUNG HYSQN,
SYRUP &- MOLASSES,
CELEBRATED YEAST CAKE,
IV. W. PIATHERS
BAND BOOKS OF ALL KINDS,
in - GOODS, • GROCERIES,,
NEW FALL AND'O - iNtilt GOODS! '
'PEOPLE'S STORE, in Corning!
We now have on hand an unusually
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
HU AND WINTER GOODS,
adapted to the beat trade of this place and vicinity,
and ahal trer'kontstimtly'feciiivtar, %Mcll -additions to
our staelt-iii-ihe varied *Mitt Mitheroaa:Clus
toFoirs shall demand.
"Oar stook consists in part of our usual variety of
a larger stoele.c.fLitiptil4; 7 4l.6d" otheeptiM4lNted.Fl
than ever t.Udre, among Whlbtritre a lartellaliai
IN ROOD COLORS,
AV .91.00 PER YARD.
good , stook of
CLOTHS 8 CASSIMERES,
o be sold by the yard or made up to order.
J.W.fi t IVERVItOgSiaNS. & SZLOKINIA.
tvt: CioakB and nrnaamuts to trim them.
FLANNELS OF EVERY VARIETY,
RED, BLUE, GREY, YELLOW, WHITE.
& TwfLiEg; iiiERA. FLAN
NELS, SHIRTING FLANNELS.
§HAWLS, for Gentian:a thilie; and Children
Balmoraliaad Hoop .40Ata,
of ?every variety, among which are
Jun cog which are.tfia:A T Aublier; a nifr and very
DRY 'GOODS; &c
Our facilities for BUYING .GOGRS are UNSUR
P kSSED by any in this section, and we wish it un
"We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by any,
quality of Gobds Considered, whafrier- others may
say about it, and in proof of this we ask an EXAMI.
Ni&TION of our GOODS -and-PRICES, promising
ourselves not to get angry - for showing Goods when
no purchastvis made. We shall give our customers
the FULL BENgifrrObAWL DECLINE in-the
Market should‘tlierirbe any, and' shoUld :Goads - id
vance we shall be compelled to followl We shall
continue the system of
which is steadily growing in favor.
We tender (Ca thanks to the citizens PCTioga Co.,
who have patronised us and would respSoefully invite
those who have never done - so to call'and see us.
Store opinsite tho - DickinsoliMonse on Market Street,
three deers west-4 the corner, and twoAeors east of
Hungerfmd's Ban k.
Corning, N. Y., Oct,4, 188&.
NOXVILEE BOOT,- SHOE, & LEATHER
- IY , IIc,LinioBLL LAU , .
The undersigned haiiing'formed a (*.partnership
under the name ,pd title of:.,
. • • '"'" - - 7 0
I. 160GIIRY aC CIX,
f e o e u ts n , d wvi a%th t e hey old wa s u ta t n e d e , p 7 o rn uom er of tly M o ten" - ;: a in n ci d
a ca* g ini e l te bSe e t r r al assortment of
BOOTS, sHRE, LEACHER & 'FINDINGS,
- • r •-•
of the beatitittality, which 'they, sell so cheap
for Cash, a to make it an objecr.lor dealersfiejmy
- ' S -1 FI
Our Stock caudate is part of
MEN'S, & BOY'S, CALF, •RIP,_ , & 'SVGA
of our own manufacture. Vso r
LADIES' GAITERS, ffALIgORAL, &
, MIAESIMORS. -
French and Oak Stock ciffistantly on hand fief sale.
Cash paid at all times 1h HIDES
FURS. • .
I. L 664131”,
J. RICHARDSOE, Elmira, ise.
Knoxville, August 2, 18,66.-tf...„: _
September 14t, 11.863.
PROM THIS DATE, '
FUR REAIIY, PAY- OW
CUSTOM BOOTS AND SHOES;,'
'CASH PAID FOR lIIDES, PELTS, DEER
• -SKINS AND 'FURS.
IRAtIILIN SAYS: -
you - have-anythinglo sitivertiiie k teilltbe
public of it In plain, aimplb lapetags-7 7-
I fah manufacturing good custom wide Ectets
EE41.17Y -- is'AY• Such woriikda and
rclalelOya .- ;t. --- ,; low
rates per pair ha eastern road° :slopnitork,,bitit cam
and will be sold at priceslibiali will enable the par.
chaser to protect his feet with good substantial boots
more-cheaply than with a poor slop-shop article,
which, even if it chances not to fall in pieces with the
first Weeks service, is but a doubtful protection in
wet ancrcold-weather. Try me. -
Buck 'and - Doeskins Wanted,
in thesed awl-abort blue, for which I will pay cash
and a good price.
1306•8 ides and Calfskin Wanted,
or which I will also pay cash.
= - „Sheep Pelts Wanted,
for which I will also pay cash and tie highest mar.
A.n tisortutbrit of soleoapper, calfskin' and linings'
pegs, thread;fiiils, awls, knives , shoe hammers, ao.,
Ao., kept constantly on band, which I will sell cheap
for cash. Shop on Main Streetbetween Wilcox's and
N. R. I can't give (*edit, becatiae, to'
haven't got it to give.
Welisboro, Sept. 8,1888.
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E. R. VAieT HoRNE,' ':D., Agent,
For Dmrenceville, Tioga,.ltichanytd, Chatham, Deer.
EteldClartresil We.qfiel4 on 4 etherlowpci.
Knoxville, Aug. 2, 1865:-tf.
VNBvsgriurs 8 tit bacFN-V:AWlThiiinia g
Teeth, for sale at P. It. Williams' Drug
RRA.D - QVA A:YR RS OF R: IRON BRTGAiIE.
AUG UST I sir, tst%o. •
.. • ,
Special Notice it , hereby, given td.- Returned. Sol
diers, returned skddaddlersy those liable to draft and
to exempts that the War is now ended and so should
All will take notice that we are prepared to serve
those wanting any thing in our line on short notice
and at •
). - , •
We would call attention to a few 4 the(itrtidles of
THE PEOPLE'S FRIENIk COOK .4QVE
is Still in great "favor with thosedesirflag
deseri , e - before purebsigitig elsewhere
Our .IRON & WOOD BEAM PLOWS
aronergind no any-if baton,.
Vfo would call particular attention to our
:i?..:21: "1 . -7,-
f . . „ •
as lie are confident %sit they cannot be excelled. ...
_. • 1 ..-. -. ; .
..:1 i MACHINERY ,,
made - andl4k;aiteti , on thtort 'notice. ... . ,
We intend to keep up - with the improvements et
theittinesi :•.• _ - •
Try us and be-convinced. , - • - - -
I TERMS- CASH ON DELIVERY:
A.:1; • --.-
. J. P.. EiILES,
Yknoxff_ille l kogsst 2, 1815. , . ...
7140V -4 11+ 1- ,, t ,
i l / 4 2 TOES I sroVEs 1:1
D. C. LAIIIPMAN & co.,
re4peetfally.theforet ;hp.~phlte that They „ Novi 'ri
i . .
to The bgding lately occupied By D. P. Roberts,..and
will.keep on hand and furnish to order,, -.7 -
, V4P,PPR,, 4 SHEER -IRON WARE,
COOKII4O - STOVES, PARLOR STOVES,,
WHE EXTENSION-TOP, . & THE
'We shall deal on the Cash System, add will not be
nodersold. Our motto is " small profits and quick
kept•cenatantly on hand
MESSRS. GUNN it TUCKER beg to an
notnce to the citizens of Tioga County, that in
addition to their excellent stock of Stoves, Tin-Ware,
Brittanla, and Sheet-I-on Ware, they have, at a plat
outlay, stocked their store on
MAIN STREET, WELLSBOROi- -
Itith. a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware, of
ithieli'we enumerate the following articles: •
NAILS, SPIKES; CROWBARS, X CUT;
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
BENCH-SCREWS, WOOD SCREWS,
CARRIAGE BOLTS, BURRS, SKEINS,
WASHER, PIPE BOXES,_ AXLETREES,
ELLIPTIC' SPRINGS; ifORSE -SHOES,
HOOP, BAR, &, BAND IRON,
, CORN- .POPPERS,
DEERFIELD . WOOLEN FACTORY,
THE undersigned having purchased the well
I known Woolen -Faotory of Messri; B. d B. R.
Bowen on the Cowanesque River, two miles east of
Knormille,tukes this method of informingthe inhabi
tants of lioga and adjoining counties that •he will
manufacture wool by the yard ,or on shares to suit
CASSIMERES, .. • .
PULL CLOTHS, of fill kinds.
The machinery has been thoroughly repaired and
new machimm-added thereto, also an improved new
wheel which - MIL etta)dis him.to Wori,t:the entire sea
son. Es will pay particular attention to
llolh'Cardlu dc Cloth; Dressing,
whichl4ll be done in the neatest possible manner,
Laving added - one new Roll Machine, will enable him
to dispatch add accommodate people from a distance.,
He would farther say that he has carried on'the busi
neSS in manufacturing wool for farmers in Bradford
and adjoining counties for the past twenty years; be
therefore can warrant all work and satisfy his cneto.
mere, using nothing• in Manufacturing but genuine
wool. JOSEPH INGHAM.
Deuttold, May .5,1863-Iy.
TO .THE PUBLIC.
Tat now prepared to-manufacture; at m7establlsh
ment in Deerfield,
• PLAIN • AND SANDY FLANNELS,
-B 0.4-11 L SIC I R"' S
to order, eittior by tba piles or qutttititi; - to suit cus
tomer& , JOSEPH INGHAM.
Knoxville, Tnly -
- _ 6
URN, GINOBB. at: „.
111CF13 PRICES END
ELEVATED OVEN COOK STOVE
OurPAELOR, BOX, 8:-OAT. STOVES
~NEW STOR.E.:& PIN SHOP,
AD RICAN & NATIONAL
D. C. LABIPMS Ali CO
Wencher°, Sept. 13,1866-41. - t t.
Stoves: Stoves :
13AU8A6E eltrl'itilS" AND ST-INFERS
PISTOLS, PISTOL CARTRIDOES,, POW-
D.F f t AND CABS i c :=
PATENT BARN DOH HANGINGS,
a l aw ;tiling; "MD/ado for use. These are but a few
of the many articles composing our stock of Hard
tWe invite the public to call and examine for them
s4ves. We aim to keep the best quality of goods in
oir line;, and all-wart; to order done promptly and
well. - • 6iti3N•A;tIICREIR,
Successors of Wm. Roberta.
INSURANCE & PENSION AGITS. HELMBCp'S EXTRACT BUM.-
F IRE! .FIRE! FIRE!!
The undersigned I)ga leaire to announce to the
people of Tiogu Cuuniy hn: be has es tablished ate
agency in Wellsboro, tor the well known
HOME INSURAVQE, COMP4J'-!1Y,
of l+rew York. '
That he is prepared to insure all kinds of property
upon aeltiannabie:teruts as ean be bad in any other
responsible Con-Tunic., AND: polder ES,
withonteending the appltentkin to the Genefal Office.
This is one iyi the iiehest - Odiapitties' in the 'United
States; having a
Danlf Capital of Two Million Dollars,
besides the Assets whictron the or January,llB6s,
amounted:to.. ........ ..,—.... ......... ....... $1.765,503 42
Liabilities. - 77,901 52
Its-01;44re are . . - .. . . .
CHAS. J.;-MARTIN... ..... .........'..... . President,
A. 0, WILWORTII .......... - ~......Vico President,
JOHN MCOEE Secretary,
J. Ir.'ira'srtsoßN' . . - - Assistant Sec'y.
This - Corapaiiiy has takenalit ' •
.. . .
A STATE LICENSE,
and monthly pays the per oentage charged upon its
Receipts which 'is made necessary by the- laws of
Pennsylvania, in order to make its policies valid and
blediug uport,the Voiqparty. All policies issued by
Companley which have not taken out a State license
-4 ' are decliteed - tiull and 'void, and the parties are !Mk
to a heavy petieity fer So - iteitiring. See Purdon'a
Digest, page 853, Sec. 21; 22, 23.
Wellshoro, Aug. 23, 1865.
SOLDIERS' PAY BOUNTY - AND PENSION
KNOXVILLE. 4 , 10 GA cOUNii—pENNA.
The.undnrsigned hayinglmen speciall* licensed
the United 4tates . Goyernmen6,to pioepre the
BACK-PAY, BOANTY, AND, PENatoris,
of deceased find disabled soldiers, gives notice to all
interested; that he has made arrangements with par- i
ties in Washington, by which he, is able to prooure
Bach pay, Bounty and Pensions, in a very short time,
and that he willgife particular attentions to'all such ,
eliims that maybe brought to him. - Being'provided
with all thereqUisite Perms, Blanks, sc., Am, he has
superioradvantages-in this branch of business. Sol
diers.entitledto, pensions, will find it to their advan 7
fag* to applY , to the undersigned at Knoxville; as th'e
'examining - surgeon foi*Tiogii Viinnty resides there.
Also, lodge - C'ase,-before` whom all applications' for
pensions may be made,- • ' • -
I. Soldiers enlisted since the 13th of April,'l3l, in
any kind of service, Naial or Military, who are dis
abled by disease or wounds, are entitled to Pensions.
All soldiers who' serve for two years or during the
war, should it sooner close, will be entitled to full
Bounty. Also-soldiers who have been wounded in
battle, whetherhaving servedtwo years or not, are
entitled to full Bounty.
2. When aSoblier has died from any, cause, in the
United States service, since April 13, 1841, leaving a
widow, she. is ‘entitled ,t 0" all pay' due him ; also to
from $76 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 payand bounty and the -pension until
they are sixteen years of age...
4. If the soldier left no widow, legitimate child,
the father is entitled to his pay and bounty, provided
be lives in the-United States and has not abandoned
the support of his family.
•b. if the soldier lett no' widow, legitimate child,
nor father, or if the father has abandoned the sup
port of the family, or if he residea out of the United
States, the mother, if she resides in the United 'zgate-4,
is entitled to the. pay and bounty, and if poor nod de
pendent, in whole or in part, on her son for support,
she is 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 may get the bounty without the facts being
6. MI soldiers who have lost an arm and ' , no
are entitled to Twenty dollars per month. Prisoners
of war are entitled Iv Three Mouths e4ttra pay. Ile
is also prepared--to- - settle -officers',:-Quartertnaster,
Ordnance, and.Commistary. acccunti, and procure
Certifieates of Non-indebtedness, in the shortest pos
__at—, rtirirlai - -
lost them in service.
I will be at my office on Monday and Saturday .'
each week, to attend to this business.
July 28, 1885.-Iy. WM. B. SMITH.
RETEEENons: Wellsboro, J. F. Donaldson, Sher
If Stowell. Addivon, N. Y., W. R. Smith. Wash
ngton, D. C., Tacker /Lloyd. Knoxville, V.-Case
co SOLDIERS AND THEIR FRIENDS
THE undersigned having had considerable expe
rience in procuring 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
Ire entitled to the $lOO bounty.
Pensions, Bounties, and arrears of pay, collected
by the undersigned.
Persons wishing to confer with me will please call
or address me by letter at Sylvania, Bradford county,
Pa.' Charges reasonable. .1380. P,
- Refers by permission to - „
H. B. Card,'County Treasurer, Wellsboro, Pa.
- D. F. Pomeroy, Troy, Pa. ---,
A.M. Spalding, Sheriff, Towanda, Pa. I [April 1. •
S. gAITI PEN-SI"
PRon'A gy4viTAIIRE: II r LA 11 -ANI?
MISSION.—AIi the-tapers and cams wince re
quired to procure Eettelons, Bounty, and Back Pay,
and Prize Money for discharged SOLDIERS and
SAILORS, and for the•RELATIVES of Soldiers and
Sailors dying in the service of ' the United States,
_fomarclesl, the proceeds of 'all
claims, when collected, remitted - to the parties FREE
OF CHARGE. - - -- - •
•Offioe 1307 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia.
Or fcreftirtbasr information or assistance, apply to
Lucy MOORE HOTCHKISS, Wellaboro,
B. E. MORRIS, Mansfield,
Asiociate Managers for Tioza County.
Q'II.ENGTH•TO THE WEAK t
10: • YOUTH TO THE AGED!!
• This preparation is unequaled as a ReJuyenator and Re
storer of Waited or inert functions.
The aged should be certain to make the Dlokrene a house.
hold god, inaemnch as it will render them youthful in feel
ing and In strength, and enable them to live over again the
days of their pristine Joy. It not only exhilarates but
strengthens. and is really an invaluable blessing, especially
to those who have been reduced to a condition of senility.
self abuse. misfortune, or ordinary sickness. No matter
what the cause off the impotency of any human organ, this
superb preparetion will remove the effect at once and forever.
io ens cures Impotency, General Debility, Nervous
Incapacity, Dyspepsia Depression, Loss of Appetite, Low,
fipirits, Weakness of the organs of Genet aeon, Imbecility,
Mental Indolence, Emaciation, Ennui. It has a most de•
lightfuLdesirable and novel' effect upon the Nervous System;
end all who are in any way prostrated by nervous disabill- -
ties are earnestly advised to seek a cure in this most excel
lent and unequaled preparation.
• Persons who, by imprudence, have lost their natural vigor,
Will find a speedy and permanent cure in the BIOKREN E.
The Feeble, the Languid, the Dispalring, the Old should
givo this valuable discovery a trial: it will be found totaliA,
different from all other articles for the same purposes.
To IPernales.--Tbis preparation is Invaluable 111 ner•
'roue weaknesses of air kinds, as it will restore this wasted
strength with wonderful permanence
It is also a grand tonic, and will give relief in Dyspepsia,
with the first dose A brief persistence in Its use will rene.
vats the stomach to a degree of perfect health, and banish
Dyspepsia forever. •
One Dollar per Bottle, or six Bottle& for Co. Sold by Dtng•
Sent by express anywhere, by addressing
HUTCHINGS , & HILLIER, Preprinted,
28 Day Street, New IGAI
Sold in Wellabor° by John A. Roy ; Tiogn by tiordo,
13rol; fn Lowrencirills'by W. 6. Miller.- 114.4ttb-lyeow. -
HALL'SVELEBRATZD VEGETABLE, SXCILTAN HAIR
RENEW.ER r ean be had at WY's Dreg. Store.
COIfOENTRATED LYE, for sale ai
ROY'S DRL'G STORE.
KEA °am& LAMPS. at - •
110118 :DRUG STORE.
•11 ELMISOLD'S SUCH
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF TILE
BLADDER,- STRANGURY OR
For these diseases it is truly- a sovereign remedy,
and too much cannot be said in its praise. A single
dose has been known to relieve the most argent
• Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the
small of the back and through the hips? A tea
spoonful• a day of'-'llelarbold's /halm will relieve you.
PHYSICIANS - AND OTHERS
W. H. smern:
I maks:rift) secret of ingredient*. Heltobold's.Ex.
tract Buchn is composed of Bnchn, Cubebs, and Ju
niper Berries, selected with great care, prepared In
=trio and•.rceording to rules of
Thee irigreineiiii are ktawn as the most valuable
Is tat which acts upon the kidneys.
'A TS GENTL-Yi
Is pleasant in taste ind odor, fret front - , allr injetions
properties, and immediate in its action. _ •
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dtairensaiory of
the U. S., of which the 'following is aOsorrect copy a
'•sncntr.—lts odor is strong, diffnaive, and some.
what aromatic, its taste bitterish, and analogous to
that of mint. It is given chiefly in complaints of the
Urinary Organs, such as Gravel:Chronic Catarrh of
the bladder, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and
Urethra, 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
recommemded in Dyspepsia. Chronic Rheumatism,
Cutaneous Affections, and Dropsy."
See Professor Pewees' valuable Works on the Practice
See Remarka made by the celebrated Dr. Physic, of
See any and all Standard Works on. Medicine
rapt acquairted with IL T. lielmbold; heoccupied .
the illug store opposite my residence, and Was suc
cessful in conducting the business where others bad
not been equally so before him. I hare been favora
bly; impressed with his character and enterprise.
(Firm of Powers 41b' Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
[From the Philctelelph:a :Er r ening Bulletin, Nae►h 10.]
We are !gratified to hear of the continued success,
in New York, of our townsman, Mr. H. T. Beira
bold, Druggist. His store, neat to the Metropolitan
Hotel, is 28 feet front. 230 feet deep, end five stories
in height. It is certainly a grand establishment,und
speaks favorably of the merit of his articles. Be re
tains his Office and Labratory In this silty, which are
also model establishments of their class.
The proprietor has been induced to make, this
statement trom the fact that his remedlei, - althoiter
And, knowing that the In I tenigent refrain from using
any " pertaining t Quackary o or the Paten;
Medicine order=-most of which are propared by self..
styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to read a fibi
sician's simplest preseription, much less competent to
11111:043DMJA: 1 4 gt 11;;S:r1:ii
to various means of drooling salmi, such as .00p,Ying
parts-of •advertisemehts of popular rosnediss, snd
finishing with certificates. -
The Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE, - PIUtE,
and MAJESTlC;—haring Fact for Its Basle;lodiza
tion for its Pillar, Truth alone for itiCapito/.
Health is most important; and. theLaticted 'should
not nse an advertised medicine, or any remedy, unless
ituclO*tetticpr.ingreclients sre known . to others he
alth's thd m anufacturer, or tiritii tby ari , antisfled of
the qualifications of thelyarty so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BIICRII,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
Established upwards cf 16 years
HELMBOLD'S DREG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, Xesa.,York;
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL ;DEIVT,
104 South Tenth_ Streit,- Philadelphia,. Pa.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
'October 1, 1885-17
r TED SOAP POWDER, or washing 'n 4& ens,'
and stains removed from Table Linen, Napkin's, AO.
For ?ale at Rors Drug Store.
A DMINISTRATRIX'S NOTlCE.—Letters of ad
ministration having been granted to the Under•
eigned on the estate of tram Palmer, late of Zifid
dleitury, deo'd. notice is hereby given to those In
debted to make immediate payment and those having
claims to present them properly authenticated for
settlement to NANCY ANN PALMER;Adet.
.. ,2 0 1 04 111 7A.40tt 1 9 ,. 18646 t,
HELM& 0 LD'S II UCH U.
kIDNEYS, CATARRH OF THE
PHARMACY ANA aHRMISTRY
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
' IN- -TDB_ WORLD.
A WORD OF CAIITION.
AND IMPROVED 'ROSE WASH.
Prepared by H. T HELMBgLD