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Books h Stationery—Hugh Young ;• \‘
Books d Stationery—E. E. Robinson.-
Dry Goods—J. A. Parsons. '
Dry Goods—ll. Goff. •
Dry Goods—W. R. Smith's Sous.'
Drugs k Medicines—W. D: Torben .
' , ening Off at cost—J. R. Bowen,
Marble Shop—Hoig I Waning. , •
Application's for License—J. F. Donaldson
Register's Notice—H. 5..-Aroher, Hegister.
For Sale—J. Seacord. .
Qaardian'i Sale—Hector Horton.
Administrator's Sale—T. P. Wingate..
Water Wheels—J. G. Putnam. '
Important I—E. A. Sawed.
air We regret to say that owlog to the unusual
press of legal advertisements we are forced to put over
most of the news itenst prepared for this week, togeth
er with several advertisements. Our friends must be
as patient as may be. None of them tau guess how
sreaeand exhausting the labor incident - 10.Mo change
Mr. Shaw return their thanks
to their friends inWellsboro and vicinity for the
pleasant visit on the evenings of the third on d
fourth. Also for the liberal donatiph of $l3O.
BUSINESS CHANGE.—Mek!lartii. Borst
and Seagers have disposed of their meat -market
to Mr. William Roberts who will 'hereafter carry
on the business. We wish him success.
The Harrieburg:TELEGßApri is al
most indispensable to those who `could have a
full record of the proceedings of tttn , Lc s gislature.
It is a live paper,`and deserves thsi- patronage of
RE.A.DY FOR WORK.—The - ,Ihee3e-box
factory of Avery and Whitney,,EakX. qbarleaton,
got up steam New Yeafe night and
Old year out. The concern is no*, about to go
into operation. Good for Charleston', and good
for the County. ,
The New Year Greeting wt,. first page
was written by Mr. G. W. Sears, out townsman.
We regard it as a very- meritorious poeM, and
think our readers will agree with mt.:-
FIREMAN'S FESTIVAL.— r rfIe "Wel s
boro Fire Company bold their annt:il Festival at
the Court House on Friday, eveni74i, 12th Inst.
We hope the pleasure seeking publitc will patron
t:9 the Festival generously. The - ,orapany, de
serves to be encouraged. .
LOSS OF LUMBER.—The Clinton RE
rust:max says that the recent ice , ;freshet . in the
West Branch carried out from fifteen to seventy
live millions of logs from the streams above. It
thinks that the actual total loaf,' to lumbermen,
still not be less than 30,000,000 fret. This flood
is said tot) the most destructive aver experienced
on the West Branch.
CASUALTY.—As Mr. Holl..§:cE M'Corz-
SELL was descending the hilt t6wald , the Round-
Top schoolhouse, Charlegon..with aloud of shin
gle on the let inst., the wagon shaved around on
tbe ice, upset, end buried bun under the load.
He received severe injuries, but is:expected to re
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PAPER IN
America—all things consblered; undoubtedly
the New York Weekly Tribune. The Cltib form
ing at the Post Office is not_, , yet 'full. If 'Ytitti
want the full proceedings of Cdngrekii Ind all the
News of the day, leave 'your name etid $1,50 at
this Office, or at the Post Office itininedilstely.
CORRECTIoN.—In - publishing notice of
the death of Mr. David Davis. two ' weeks ago, a
few lines followed thenotiee WhiCh were not in
tended to be printed there, by. Mr, gdwards.
Thi3 fault was the composito's, chiefly. Howl
ever, we see nothing unpleasant it the addendum.
KILLED i—Simonlyard, - a section boss
on the Tioga Road was Killed 4 the cars New
Year Day. He undertook to get upon the for
ward platform of the malt car- when the- - train
was in motion, miased 'and fell under the wbeele,
and •was 'ustantly killed. Wittlearat that his
family were on the train.
• The wade train ran over and killed Charles
Semen, of Lawrenceville, near Corning, a fear
hours later. Bemon was about 25 years old.
A splendid tone 5 octave Melodeon- Zan be beught of
Lang t White for $75. _
We have received a copy of a neat
little paper' published by the' " Pratt Boys,"
Corning, N. Y. called the PORI6_O EtTAII. It is
published neatly at the rate bf. X 35 'cents per an
num, and shows a great deal of ,taste as "II Its
commendable enterprise and talent. The STAR
has 300 subscribeie, and enters upon its 4th vol
ume with the year. We are glad '''to see that thin
are to be "chips of the old bloolt4"—we mean the
Doctor, and wish the young Pultshers ail success
ful and useful a career in Jot:01)814m as their
fathey has achieved.
Bra FLOOD.—The thasinf the 29 ultimo, result
ed in a most destructive ice floiid in the West
Branch of the Su.squebanne„A telegram from
,statas that from
sixty to seventy million feat -of plus logs, veined
at a million of dollars bad pared that place with
in twenty-four boars. It is said to have been
the heaviest ice freshet ever. sustained by our
DANCING SCHOOL.-3tr.-J. P. T-TB r ELL,
of Brooklin, N. Y. will open e: Dochig tiGhoul
in Roy's Hall, in this villagF,, Monday evening,
Jan. 15. Mr. Urell is reported a proficient in the
art of teaching dancing and deportment, - and
guarantee, a thorough knowledge of all the
fashionaLle dances, such as the " Laucieta,"
" Caledonia" end " Prince Imperial " Quadrilles
He given 16 lessons for $5, for one pupil : two
from one family $9. Threc,sl3. Elentkman and
Lady Be refers to Meagre.: B. H. Horden,
C. H. Seymour, W. T. Ural, ItsWells, , and H. IL
Goodrich, Tions, and• to .Meseri:; H. Young, P. R•
and B. B. Holiday, d Weibboro. Fu',l
particulars may be obtained of Mr, R. L. Van.
horn. We certainly hope our, young folks may
Improve this opportunity to g* 1 a good knowledge
RE-U 0::: SASk M> trva The offi
cers and soldiers from TiogirPounty,lwho served
in the war for the suppression 1)f treason. will
lipid a grend Mass Meeting at the Court House
in WeUslioro, Thursday, Jan. 18th instnekeom
miming at Gi *lock P. M.
Speeches may, be expected • from Hons. IL W.
Williams. and L. P. Williston, 'who are especially
invited for the OCClleirra. Gen, R. - C. Cox will
In the evening a social retuni4 dance - will be -
held in the Court House. Wetmcre'a Qaadrille
Baud will furnish the Marie.',/ , •
Tickets for dance:l.—to be had at the DOM(
store and at 4130 hotels. Sußt ; i7 ticket single, SI
admit_Gent and Lady,.sl, 50; To be had only at'
All surplus funds will be ippropriated toward
ierecting a county Mottumetri. to the Memory of
the,brace men who perished war.
A cordial invitation is oxiended t torill whu•have
honor able served heir country'', to the ladies o
the aid Societies, and to all true patri-tei Come.
one and all
P.'Y mier of Cointuitteeof:Arra9erneut4,l,
octave Melodeons hi btsqlfal Brisirwoo; opt
$lOO to law—at Ten; 3 Wl3llO.
,DOES IT PAY TO ADVERTISE?—L9Ok
at our new advertisements of business men in
Corning N. Y. and tell us What you think abbot
it. PARSONS, who tried a half column last year,
orders a column this year. Everybody says that
be knows bow to Pell goods. " Regulator" Goff
orders a column, and E. E. Robinson. Book
seller and- Stationer, does likewise. And these
are also men. of repute for thrift in businesi.
Smith and Waite have spoken for more Space
also ; and they know bow to buy and sell goods
so as to " live and let live," also. - ,
'At home, Hugh Young, our wide awake .Book
seller, nsists on a full column. He intends to
"build up a permanent, paying' business, and
knows'how to do it. We, hazard nothing when
we predict that he will succeed.
3o we set n 5 this January with at .least five
columns:of new advertisements. This due to
our large.circulation a circulation which-for
'universality in the County Will net be beaten by
any. of our cotemporaries. No Canvasser has ever
beeri employed to get these iubscribers. ; They
are generally, 'subscribers " of their own motiOtLk
Such a• circulation - tells its own story,
shall expect advertisers to make slosote Of it.
NEW YEAR.—The Preabyterian Sun
day school held a festival in the lecture room'of
the Church New Year night, at which- - the sohol,
ars, through Jude Williams, presented Rev.
Catacras with a beautiful silver water pitcher.
Tlie gift was very appropriate and received - with
In Dlossburg. Dec. 20, by :Atm. P. Perigrine,
Mr. EVAN J. EVANS and Mice hi*EGIARZT SLY
MELTS, ail of Biossburg.
At the reeidonce of Benj. Bastian, Esq. - in Jack-'
son, Lycorning County, Pa. on the 28th ult., by
Robert C. Cox, Esq., Mr. Pa,
of Liberty, and "Idipt it.s.ectrx L. %terms of Jack
In Liberty on the 7th ult., by the same,Mr.
Joseph SECHRiST and Mrs. MART JANE WAL
DRO, all of LitttFty.
At the hotel in Mainaburg, 4th ulit, by E. A.
Fisn, Fag., IseAc G. ESTES and Mill LIIC/NDA J.
SUMMER. all of Sullivan.
In Mansfield on the 12t i h day of November 1865
by Lyman Beaah'Jr.*Esq., Mr. Wm. T. Minix, to
Mrs. ISABYLL Musa, both of Mansfield.
•Ip Tiook, ron tbe.lBth nit.; by itei2Nt S. Rey
iicaae, Mr. itaziez Bihar to Miee Melly E.
Also, at the same time and plaee, Mr. LYMAN
POTTER to Migt NuRA DARTT, all of Charleston.'
Also, in Sullivan, at the residence of the bride's
father, on the 31st ult., by the same, Mr. ions A.
&rim of Columbia, to Miss Ilszaeff Lomewsta.
Also, in lkfanstleld, on the let inst., by the same,
Mr. CHARLES Baowle of Troy, to Miss liziun M.
Eitaorr, of Matitheld. ' '
Also, in Mansfield, Jan. Ist, by the Baum, Mr.
DANIEL. POSTER of Washington,. D. - C., to Mist
DIANTHA ASHLEY, of Sullivan.
Also, in Richmond, at the residence of the
bride's father, Jan. 2d, by the name, Mr. Groner,
HOLLANDS of Mansfield to Miss LYDIA. DAILY.
In Sullivan, at the residence of L. - D. SEELEY,.
Dee. 24, by Rev. R. Maekwood, Mr. Fneatais
SHAM" of Mansfield, and Mrs. CEI.IE 0. SalrLT,.of
[lf we may judge of character by the elegant
box_ of goodies and eubstantials which accom'-
paui l ed the foregoing, we should say that the hap
py couple will entertain their friends like princes.
May they celebrate many happy Christmas aunt
yerearies of their Wedding day. 7 -un
In Mansfield, on the 21st ult4l by Rev. R. Lam
kin, Mr. Inejts ICES of Sullivan and Miss ANOI:
LINE FiramaN of Mansfield.
At the Emcee place on the 29th uit, by the sawn,
Jos ern R. isseuanat..r...of kiehmonii and Miss Liz'.
am. T. Nsl.,rs Of Rielisnond. , -,- •
In Richmond, on the 30th ult., by the same, Mr.
Wst.t.tess F. Lena and• Miss PHIDELIA CLARK,
hoth of Richmond:
In Richmond township, on the 3d inst., by the,
same, Lieut. Col. Mum: L. CLARK and Miss
,SARAH L. BEACH, both of Mansfield. T.:
[The printere were ienerously remembered.]
DF,4:ni t S.
Neer Center Village. Broome County, N. Y,
POLLY, wjfe of John Green. formerly. of Mid
dle6eld, Otsego County, N.Y.
In Williamsport, Dec. 29th,1865, Mrs. EVE L:f:ve
B . wife of Wm. It. Vanderbelt, and daughter of
John Becher, former 4 of this place.
(lei-belt was born in thisi3orouihin - 1819, nud re.
moved to Williamsport in 1888: Though a wo
man of strong feelings and prejudices, she was
moat exemplary christian in the true sense of the
term. Warmly attached to the denominati , n of
which abillivltiNnmeniber,lll24 w$ always ready
to give of her substance when the wants of the
Church required; ever, active in all good deeds
and charities , and believing is?, the; religion that
shows its faith by its works, her syinpatlideawere
substantial rather than wordy. Calmly dying in
the faith in which she lived, few have gone to a
better land, more beloved, missed and wept as
she must be by a very large cirole of friends.—
None would call her back to earths' troubles froui
that spiritual home, where she rests in-pc.ice for
ever. - , cON.
No ,ADVANCE IN PRICES AT 'PASSIONS'S !—AI
- Dry Goods have advanced largely in Ntur
York., I have decided that it is more for tmy inter
est to sell goods freely at present the tt to mvk
up, prices. My stock is in such shape that it is
not necessary for me to be gbverned by New York
prices at present. I shall therefore mintinue to
bell goods at the rates established about Decem
ber is until further notice. As goods sell very -fort
at this time of the year, it is net probable these
prices will last longer than 30 days. Early buyer•
will do the best. J' A. PARSONS;
[Dec. 27.-tf.] 3 Concert Block, Corning, N..Y.
A Coetuh, Cold, or Sore Throat.
IIEQUIRDS INVEDIATII ATTENTEDN, AND Ehicll 1.. D BE
CHECKED. LT ALLOWED TO CONTiNUE,I 1
Piitation of the Jaws, a f?ermant:tit Throat
Aferion, or arr.4lqarabis Lung ease
IS OFTEN THE RESULT.I
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
HAvisf; P/RECTpiFIZENCE TO THE PIA:P.T.`3, Girl:
For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Co,,,,nwptiva
and Throat Diseasel, "
TDOOCHESARE U96`]) WITH ALWAYS GOOD SUCC69S.
Singers - and Public Speakers
will Bud Trochee useful in clearing the Nece_ whet[
taken before Singing or Speaking, and ri;lieriingi
the throat after an atinsual exertion of the vocal
organs. The Trocha are recommended and pres
cribedby.Physicians, and have, haa testimonials
from eminent men throngboatthe country Being
an article . of true merit, and having prot , edtluiy
efficacy ti n teit of many years, each:year finch;
them in new localities in various parts • the yy
world, and the — Troches are universally-pronoun.
ced better than other articles.
OUTA11; only " Baorrtell BRONCHIAL J r ROCI3CBr-'
_and do not Labe apy of the Worthlttee Iraitntions
that may bo offered.
,:Sold everywhere in the United States, and itt
Foreign Countries,tat 35 cents per box.
... • Vaavv6s:4nq
NOTIE is hereby given., that the un
detsigted having been appointed an Audi
for totiettle the ecounts of the Administrators
Geo. M. Prutstnan, late of Tioga twnship, deg d;i
hill attend to the , duties of his appointment at
his office in:Wellsboto t on the 2dday of febrattiy,
A. D. 1866, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day.
D01N,,z180.5,. • JNO N..BACHE.
Be; ial '
Z' TIC Xis !ushy give*, that the following At'minis
-111 tra`torn havolited thdir accounts in the Register's.)
once of T3CgnA and the istngwillhn prevented tL
the Orphans' Court of said.Countr,on Monday the f,th day
clicbrnary,lBCC,lor confirmatiot nod allowance.
Acc , ,unt oiDenajah wge w c, Aairei4iotin
Accrviint of J•din I. Mitchell, Adtter of Dattiel Snyder.
Arc,unt of A. G.barrisoa, Loutia Shelve ; andJacQL
`heix.D,A4rtirs of A. A. dbicre deceased. -- -1. ,
3a11.1051866. a..atcagß, pour.
HATING found the Tioga AoITATOR a
very profitable medium for steady advents
iug. I prupose through the sowing your W increase
MY ADVERTISEMEINTS 'LARGELY
I invite the careful attention of the co mnnity
to Itkepag.pr.otufeingto make ; tho rn , 'kap:
_mutts of facts, t aA to
PRICES •OF GOODS,
and state of trade. &o , and avoiding all.braggiiit
and long winded yarns.
My experience has been, that liberal &droll'.
ing.if based on truth, pays well; and 1 think it
WISe to folio* it up. Any ; one, that bas•ni busi
ness worth bringing before the itttentitur of the
eommunity, cannot well make it too plain or well
known. . .
/ ,hereby, return my thanks to the citisens of
Tioga County for the very liberal share of trade
have received for the past ten years, during
wtd.h time my trade has steadily increased; and
t: freely acknowledge that my yioga County trade
is quite a large portion of it. I intend Wiry and
deserve it atill more in the'fntare.
My customers oast &gond on always-finding a
large stock of
at Weep guaranteed to be at the betwixt of the
market, and with' attentive Salesmen to watt on
theitireturitly. ' - -- .
In all caves where thereAs a chance to receive
~ t ock under market prices, (which frequently on
care,) such bargains will be given to my cnato
'I silso am enabled' by my large eales, to buy a
great many Gdods frOm Brat hands, 'laving Nal!
YOrk:Jobbera progni—enabling me- to offer such
Goods at much less than market rate*:
; tt 4,
several adVanbiges over isiost 7 61,0r0s
1 claim • -
LARGER -SALES' IN 'PROPORTION TO
EXPENSES, A LARGER STOCK
OF GOODS - SUITABLE TO
~ i i
A BUSINESS CONDUCTED NEARER
.4. TO A CASH BASIS 4
than moat any store in thp (rude: For farther
information, eee notices of Prices below: ohm
You eau tiuy etandard S Leetinga at 34 cents,
good heavy 4-4 ebeett:ugs at 25 to BOAehts at toy
' Tteke is 'ad aditiniii In prices of 'Flannels,
Blankets, Skew s , ke., at my store.
We Continue to sell bast DeLaines 2.
prints at 2s. and good Prints at. 20 cents. Bee
J. A. PARSONS,
Coax!!go, N, Y
Jan. 1, 1866. :
• Marble Shop.
WELLBI3OftO, TIOGA COUNTY, PENN'A.
MyORS. HOIG- 8c WARRING having
OA- associated themselves 'togeillef for the put..
polo of carrying on the manufacture of
• MARBLE' WORK,
: ,L •
- prepared=to 111 all-orders for „ t -
1410,NUMENTS, HEAD STONES, MAN
' ' • .T.ELS TABLE TOPS,. 'cid.
"with,dispetch-,and in the hest"-stYle. Butler@
'and 'tabu ,Marble -al:irked : o order,
It is our intention to do %leading, business in
TiogarCounty. Orders solicited, and all :work
tearraVed to give trisfactiou.
Jan. l, OGG. A. 8. WARRING..
AT . J. R. BOWEIIIR.--
Jan. 10, 1866
CORNING, STiDiEN _COMITY, N. 1.1?
, ,f 6
• tE . GVIAIBT,O,II.:S3.9IIE
A - WORD TO •MY OLD FRIENDS and
the community generally. Net being a friend
to IC/wand windy adyertbsements and large ex
penditure* to the Pi
ton, I herewith submit
condensed statement f facts al a small cwt, with
the tmderstanding th t the surplus capital will be
better employed in reducing the price of Goods to
My stock is full and complete to supply all the
wants of my old customers and many new ones,
both in the Retail and Job Trade for the ap.
preaching cold weather. Raving
% 5 ' ~ €
21.11 f., ' l ll 7- 60V.: CARATMERE
1 .:1` , ---4 • •
at Bs . per yard. Naragansett Jeans suitable for
winter wear at 4e. Good yard wide Brown Sheet-
Inge at 2s. Prints 18 - to 26 ;ants per yard.
from .2e 8d to 4s per yard, quality equal to those
prices six years ygo. Drays Goods at lower pri
ces as well as a splendid assortment of fine goods
at lesi prices than can be honght in the Btl.te.--
Among them may be Round
at 51 to 12s per yard. Baspress Cloths plain and
figured. Merinocs, Bombazines. Alpacoas, Scotch
Plaids, Mooaires, and infect every thing Usually
kept is a first class country store. •
Ladies' Cloth. for Olaoking.o at va
t riazo,p4ceq, keit/44 Wash-
Esquimaua and Castor Brown, and many other
too numerous to mention i a hear/ Blank Beaver
at 1143,09,'(Gentaitie Cassimere equally cheap.)
111,9 Boots, Shoes; and Carpet Stock,
down stairs was never more full and complete,
or at greater inducements to the purchaSer.
Bargains may be found at the •
In Hats , Caps, Glevesoacd _Mittens;
BED, , ir HORSE .BLANKETS.
are.not to .be misunderstood, waft the steady
and unexritopled tnerease of • business is taken
into tbh account. 'I say without the Isar of con
tradiction', that : with the large Turehases lam
making from month to month for sub, I can sell
to the country trade al law u they can buy in
the city, including freight, wklib gives me an
opportunity to offer •
1.41 M.. GOFF.
' lser4' •
:I a .:'. ...; 5 ? .....
y i e
CllOl6E' DRESS GOODS
ALL WOOL MEFJNOES
Water Proof Union Bearer,
also, t -
~'l I!~ ~ .~ _i
Ths advalano to my
GROCERY . CUSTCIIITER S
'ti; the Retail trade, *bleb rani doiai and bound
to,do as a 'teeth:menial of my gratitude for their
hianY fermi - end 'very liberal' patronage.
OM kite enatomers therbeaetit of any.
illiktige it' the market as rxm posted in auction
and other carte dean dirk' to h 7 by telegraph and
othorwtte• : " •
WHOLESALE DRUG STORE,
CORNING, N. Y.
,TA:BEGIS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
ILA AND AILS, ,
'ITLODEus DAPDS' INKS, CONOEN
TIRED-' , .:MEiMCINES. CIN-
KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI-
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
Bold atWholesale Prices: Buyers are requested
to call and get quotations b efore going farther
CornVig, N. Y., Jett. 1, 18136-ly
ij EAR YE 1 HEAR YE !—The Polio of
thil Nlp9tion are new,opor!.
,C.,i,. SIV ILC 0 X
Of Wellsboro, offers for sale his entire
STOCK OF GOODS AT COST.
All those who feel anxious to make a
GOOD • BARGAIN,
areinvited to call soon t for
, • ,
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
Clit at the ' 4 REGULATORrotte Door above
the Pose °Mee. C. L. WILCOX.
Wellsboro, Jan: 1. 28, 1866.
FOR A FEY! . DAYS ONLY 1
And perhaps a few more to allow stregglera to
come np to - the main body of cur customers, • '
will offer superfur inducements to the trading pub
lic, in the line of
'••11MV INTER DRESS HOODS,
CLOTHS, CASSLIIERES, SHEtTINGS, 1
and every thing in the line of
usually kept in the country.
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
_ and all the
at reaseuuLle prices.
HA TS dit CAPS,
1 .8,00 TS SHOE S.
Call at once and buy your winter stock.
HIUL L A HD.
-Wellsboro, Oct. 11, 1865. - •
WINTER GOODS FOR THE MILL
V V - led at No. 2, Union Block..
JEIkOME . SMITH
Itas lately returned from New York with a splen
did assortment cf
DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTH
ING, BOOTS FiSHOES, GLASS
WARE, HATS & CAPS,
GROCERIES, DOMESTICS, WOODEN
WARE ; ENGLISH CLOTHS,
DADIES' DRESS GOODS,'
KENTUCKY JEANS, FRENCH, CASSI
MERES, FULL CLOTHS. -
Attention is called to his &took of Blank , and
Figured Drese - Silks, Worsted Goods,
Null:toes, Black and Figured •
DeL ices, Long and
S are Shawls,
Ladies' Cloth. Opera Flannels, d-c., dc., Lc., de.
Purchasers will find that
No. 2, Union JEtiock. Matti Street,
is the place to buy the best quality of Goods at
the lowest prices. JEROME SMITH - .
. .Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1846.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE YOUR
A' great breakdown in the price lof all kinds of
I have Jost returned from New Yurk withj
largsaird well metected assortment of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY 000DS,
which were bought for CASH during the late
Panic at PANIC,PRICtES, which I am bound to
I am eell4g
Good Madder Prints,
Best " 16
Extra Wide, k
Best Muslin DeLalues,
Beat quality French Merino,
DOuble - Width Plaid' Poplins,
. Yard wide Rep,
Beet (WO colored) Wool Detains,
Yard wide Fermata, •
A Large Stocka ' - -
FLANNELS, • 'BALMORAL SKIRTS„
HOOP SKIRTS, CLOTHS, FURS,
NOTIONS, WORSTEDS, &e.;
A good assortment
GROCERIES, BoO I TS & SHOES, &c.
Also, a large Stock of
FEED, FLOUR it PORK, always on hand
,ALL THE NECESSARIES OF LIFE
Customers in want of floods will twee money
by calling at the:New Siam and examine: Goods
snit - Prices before buying eleewherei.
Tioga, Jan. 1, /866. R. R. FlRif.
MUFFS 1 NUFFS I NUM.!!!
Um patent Excciblor Mull can 1.,e obtained on
ly at ' _ BULL6lllrti.
WellalxFo, Jan. 1,1806. -% -
gINNi.TI WINES AND
13RALND1i- W RITE
CENE% PETROLIIIIII Oft,
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
AND, DIE COLORS,
W. D. 'TERBELL & CO
T. L. BALIIWIN &r CO.,
TIOGA, PENT. , IA ,
ARE REORIV,ING, A LARGE AND
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, HATS
AND CAPS, PAINTS AND
OILS, WALL PAPER,
WHICH WILL BE
DISPOSED OF CHEAP I,
READY_ PAY ONLY.
TIO9A, Jan. 1,1366-1 y
NEW GOODS AT PEACE PRICES!
The attention of the public is called to my etoek of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES
which I have just purchased in Nev York City
25 per tent. cheaper than those aho purchased
earlier. lam offering Goods very cheap,
FOR CASH ONLY.
Is Large and Well Seleeted
FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS
MERINOES, ALPACAS, PARAMAT-
TAS, of ail Co lore, - NOTIONS
of all Descriptiona,
GEOVES, HOSIERY, DRESS TRIM-
MINOS, BUTTONS, RIBBONS, .i,
A Large Stock of
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS
DENIMS, FLANNELS, &c
Fine Prints, fast colors, 2 shillings' per yd.
3Tice.Brownhullo, yard wide, 2s, per yd.
" Bleached " 2s. per yd.
All Wool Red' Flannel, 48, per yd.
Shawls, Hoop Skirts, Boots & Shoes.
20 to 30
' 28 to
Also a complete assortment of
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES. &c.,
HEADY ' MADE CLOTH MG,
CLOTHS OF ALL HINDS, C ASS'.
MERES, SATINETS, KEN
MEN'S & BOY'S HATS it CAPS,
All of which will be *old fcr Gash taxer thaw
FIRM IN TiE COUNTY
• • tk h. DACHOIETT,
pat Door above Post Moe
trOet N6r.-29, 1856-613. 5
< A c
TIICKY, JEANS, &o
"Fp ! ITCH'.! ITGII!!!
Scratch! Scratch! Scratch !
Will Cure the Itch in 48 Ileum
Mao cures SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHIL
BLAINS. and all Eruptions of the gain. Prtoe
50 cents. For sale by all Druggists.
For Sale by John A. Roy, Wel!Amu, Pa.
By .ending 80 :tents to WEEKS 4t POTTER,
Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston,
Mass., it will be forwarded by mail, free of post
age, to any part of the United States.
s SUING OFF AT REDUCED PRICS
The undersigned would respectfully Invite the
at tuntion of the publio to his
LARGE IND CHOICE STOCK
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
eousiet c ing at
SUGARS, MOLASSitS, SYRUPS, TEAS,
COFFEE, :SPICES, PORK,
TOBACCO, SEOARS, STONE & WOOD-
EN WARE, YANKEE
All of which will be sold at greatly reduced pri
ces for CASE. . Call and see for youraolires.
Wensboro, Dec. 13. 1886. J. D. JONES.
I AM SELLING OFF
My Stook of Goods
FIFTY PER CENT. LOWER
THAN THIRTY DAIS A.Q.
DAL CALL AND BEE I 111111
We!labor°, Jan. 1, 1886. 0. BULLARD
F LAX WHFISLII,
WOOL - WHEELS, WEZEL - HEApB,
SNAP-REELS, FLIERS, &C., &C
TTHE UND • - &WNW?. would respectfully an
nounce to the
MERCHANTS & DEALERS
of Tioga and adjoining counties, that they are
now engaged in the lifannihature of the above
named articlee, and are prepared to furnish them at
Employing none but Experienced Workmen,
and using only the best„materials, we are con
tliept we can furnish yon with goods that will
suit your customers.
Every article warranted to five entire satisfac
tion All (loo.is packed in shipping order and
sent I.y rail or otherwioc.
Please address by wail, when list of prices,
" Card samples," .to., will be forwarded.
C. M. CRANDALL A CO.
Montrose. Pa -Dec. 27, '85.3m.
N. E. Ours is the only eatabliabmont that
manufactures the Celebrated
Crandall Wheel - Head.
Warranted to last TWENTY YEARS if well used
(71 UARDIAN'S SALE.—Pursuant to an order
Ur of the Orphans' Court of Tioga County, I
will offer at public' sale at the Court Home in
Wencher.), Saturday, the 10th day of February
next, at I o'cl , ck, P. M., the following deacribeo
real estate, late of George Miller, of Delmar, de
ceased, to wit
An "equil?un.iivided ninth part of a certain 10 ,
of land in Del Mar, bounded north by Hooter Hor
ton and Win. Eberents, north a4tA east by Robert
Campbell, south by J. W. Catlin' and P. Hough
ton, and west by Oliver Bacon and M. W. Weth
erbee—containing about 130 acres; to be sold fel
the use of Mary Alice Miller, subjeot to the life
estate of her mother, Juliette Miller.
Terms cash. HECTOR HORTON.
Jan. Et, 1866.3 t Guardian.
A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE.—Pursuant
2-1 an order of the Orphans' Court of Tioga c ,
1 will offer at public sale at the Court House iu
Wellsboro, Saturday the 10th day of February
next, at 1 o'clock M., the following described
real estate, late the property of George Campbell,
of Welleboro, dc.ceasesl, to wit :
A lot of land in Wellsboro, beginning 42 re :t
east of the corner of Main & Morris Its., on lot
No. 9. thence oast along Main-st 20 feet to tt,e
corner of the Joseph Softeld lot, thence along t'
line of the Sotield lot and across lot No. 9,
feet, thence on the line of the William Bache 1
20 feet, thence north across said lot to 31aiti...tt,
place of beginning, being 24 feet front and re.,!,
by 82i feet across said lot No 9, be the same gloJ a
or loss; with all and singular the bnildinga oud
Improvements. Terms cash on confirmation of
the sale. T, P, WINGATE,
Jan, IU, 1865. :St.
'IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC !I !—Oa
count of the mildness of the weather, the
subscriber has left over a large stock of Parlor
Stoves, which he will sell at reduced prices, t un
REGULATORS, three sizes.
GRECIAN COTTAGE, also 3 sizes.
and 3 sizes PARLOR COORS,—a new pattern,
patented in 1864, when may be found u good a
stock of •
COOKING, PARLOR, Office I BOX stoves
as was ever exhibited in Tiog* county.
Also, TIN, COPPER, d savattaao's ware,
English Enameled and Common Hollow ware,
Butts, Screws, Hinges, de., de.
Tioga, January 10, 1868-4 t
NTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Dexter
IA Robbins, 8 D Cudworth and others, have
applied to the Conrt of Coma= Pleas of Tioga
county for a charter of incorporation under the
name and style of " The Sullivan Freewill Bap
tist Church," and that said Court have fixed on
Monday the 28th day of January current, at the
Court House, for a hestring In the premises, when
said charter will be granted if no good cause is
shown to the contrary. J F DONALDSON,
Weltabord; January 10, 1866-3 t
R EYNOLDS'. TUREME WATZR-wazzta.
The undersigneld ha■ been appointed Agent for
the sale of these celebrated wheels, which are be
lieved to have proved to be themost powerful and
economical in, the use of water of any wheel now
Applications by lettor or otherwise promptly
attended tu, and mills visited, wheel' set up, and
warranted, and Millwright. work done in my usu
al thorough manner. J. (1. PUTNAM.
Tioga, Pa., Jan. IU, 1866-3 m
VANDusEnucli ROZODONT forClaa
ning Teeth, for sale at the Dreg Store of
Er, 4, 1 SMEAD