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WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1866
Save your Greenbacks—Nast t Auerbach.
Faro tdr sale—S. Bennet.
New Firm—Card, Staples, I Son.
Woolen Factory, Tor Sale—Jacob Hiltbold
Dissolution—Kelly I Purvis.
DOstar.-7Tike_ friends 9fj : Lev. lapn
ar e a Venation Mait.uk 'Macy 's
Mansfield, Pa., Friday evening, Feb. 23.
[The foregoing notice did not reach ns last
week until the edition was worked off. We once
more inform our friends that the paper goes io
press Tuesday noon. ED.]
Busnizes OMANI:MS.—Mr. Purvis retires from
the firm of Bally ! ..h e ,busOisss will
ne_narried un by Mr. Kelly. t'
Mr. G. P. Card has formed a copartnership
with Staples A Sun, Keeneyville, and has closed
his store in Wellsboro. ; •
Menu. Nast & Auerbach. we learn, purpose
o pening a More is this • village on the let of April.
ONCE Moat:—yl i e ask patrons to remember,
that our space is limited); and that therefore it is
not possible for us to 'prfnt obituary notices gratis.
These, in their nature, are personal rather than
of general interest; and Are cannot longer fprac
dee a generosity which trips the heels of Justice.
Senceforth the charge for obituaries of more than
35 words will- be one cent -per word. Simple an
nourthements of deaths, no charge.
Tee Revivs.t... —The religious awakenfig, the
progress of which, Were
.and elsewhere, we have
from time to time noted, appears to be quite gen-
est. We note with satisfactionthat its progress
is deliberate, rather than violent, showing that it
is reaching the consciences rather than the vari
able emotional natures of men alid women.
A series of meetings-is- progressing_ at _East
Charleston. under the conduct of Rev. N. L. Rey..
nolds, and considerable interest is manifested by
the people thereabout. We bear tb h at the honie
is crowded nightly:
At Corning,- Elmira, Bath, and eLseWhere, the
rerival appears on the increase, sa we gather from
The meetings at the Presbyterian , Church in
this village are nightly crowded - We have
no record of the nutaber of conversions, bat the
interest manifested is marked and increasing-
EX-EILPTIO*. Or REAL ESTATE • FROM STATE
Ts.x.=-Werccrngratulate taxpayers upon the pass
age of the law exempting real estate from taxa
tion for State purposes. The first section pro
vides that cashiers of all banks in the State shall
collect, annually, froni every stockholder in,their
respective banks, a tax of one per cent. upon-the
par value of the stock held by said stockholder,
and pay the same into the State treasury on or
before the first day of July of every year. com
meaning with the current year, : said stoik to be
exempt from all other taxation under State laws.
Section 2 provides that every railroad, canal,
or transportation company incorporated under the
laws or the State, and not liable - to income tax
under existing laws, shall pay a tax of_f of one
per cent= upon their gross receipts.
Section 3 provides that the" funds so raised be
applied to Ike payment vf the dihrcentracteti for
war purposes in 1881.
Section 4 exempts real estate from any levy of
tax for State purposes from and after the passage
of the Act.
Tide measure W4B bitterly fought by the Cop
perhead members of both Houses from its intro
duction up to the final passage. On the last vote
they whipped over and-went for it.
Tae. AMZSDE ,—We last week commended this
u a good point for marble workiug. One of the
"oldest Inhabitants" regards-the inference as •
libel upon the salubrious character of. our climate.
We simply inserted to : state that the place was so
desperately healthy ae to make it an object for
a marble worker to come here and live forever'.
HOLD ON, BROTEUM !—Hear BOAL08.11," of the
Clinton Republican, who pitches into us in the
following reckless way 3 -
" Cobb, g the Tioga AGINATO3., *
has yielded to the seductive charms of official
position and suffered himself to be chosen to the
responsible elevation of Chief !largess of the
thrifty borough of Wellsboro. Having forsaken
the dignified and honest walks of professional life
we entertain serious apprehensions lest he should
be still further misled into the stupendous folly
of going to the Legislature, or"--
Stop right.theral What have we done - that
our friend should presume such ..
- awful back
slide to be our fate ? Our
_coarse is onward gild
1 /Pifardi and we intend to run (or P.oormaster
nits' year .
Itoaticsoles ll:twainl%—We have received the
first number of an ti page paper, published by
the enterprising Corning Bookseller, E. E., Rob
inson, Esq. , /tie very neatly printed and. .dis—
playa a good deal of taste in its selections. In
bis solutation - Mr. Robinson says:*
We believe in printers ink and in tb e good sense
of the people; and in stain to "beneAt -others
we hope not to be ourselves the loser."
TEE LADY'S FRIEND, for March is early on our
table ? fresh, lively and useful as ever, Its engra.
vinga are always superior and its patterns and
fashions in season. Sold at the Bookstore,
GonEr—the largest of the Ladies' Magazines,
appears to incrcasa in excellence from month to
month. Its pattetn and fashion depastmenta are
considered ahead of all others. - -
FIRE I—An outbuilding on the premises of Mr.
D. 'Focht, in Delmar, took fire one day last week
and burned to the ground. There was a qaanti
ty of corn stored in the building which was des
troyed. Air. F. estimates the loss at $3OO. No
Beadles dionthly.-11 this new candidate for
popular favor do not win, it will not be-chargable
to any remissness on the part of its contributors.
It is a most beautifully Printed Magazine and
contains a choice variety of pleasant reading.—
Beadle & Co. New York. $;3. per year.
In Wel'sherd, on the 14th inst ,•by S./a-raw
est Mr:Btsr.this Ittaar.L.L'of Maine, and
Miss Max:- JANE PLANE,
of Morris Tioga Co. N.
In Wellsburg on the 18th inst , by Rev. John
Shaw, Mr. THOMAS LESTER, and Miss OLIVE L.
WEBSTER, both of Challeston.
NEW YQRK MARKETS
Corrected on Tuesday of each Week.
Floa, anm ly) bbl
A,OO QI 7 0
Wheat bush 2.0)
Earlay . ,
York, (reab,) lb
T ETTER4 OF - AbbIINISTRATION having
Jlj been granted to .the undersigned Upina 'the
estate of Georg* W. Mack,-late of Westfield, de
ceased, all persons indebted to-said minim are re
qaested to make immediate payment,' and those
having sienna against the same will present tketn
to " A.7MAC.,K,
den. 31, 1863-B*.e lAMBS "Krlt43- . . 2d,
WOOLEN - F.k6Tottiii i oß4AtE: ; •:LAilisited
in Wellsboro, Tioga, County Pa. Said
Factory has a Roll CardinE Machine, a Spinning
jack, two power louins, picker, and Fulling Mill,
—all in good order. The Factory, has a good 5
horse-power steam engine and water pwer by
which it may be driven. .
Also—one acre of land on which the Factory
stands, with Dye House and other appurtenances
This establishment will be sold at a bargain.
The location is un,nrpassed in the county, and
thi; run of custom large. For further particulate
inquire of JACOB BILTBOLD,
ORRIN - BLAIR.
- 'Wellsbtiro, Feb. 21. 1888—It. '
„gge - Corning Journal," Elmira Advertiser,'
and Addison Advertiser,' publish b dines and
send bills to this office for collection.
FARM FOR SALE.—
Near.the residence.of H. H. Potter in Mid
rdlebury township, Tioga county, Pa., containing
'about sixty acres, about fifty acres improved; a
two-story frame house, nearly new, a frame barn
and a good orchard, partly young trees thereon.
Terms easy. Inquire of Henry Sherwood, Esq.
Wellsboro, D. C. Scudder on the premises, or S.
-Bennett' klo.; corner - Canal h Second-at/14 El
mire, N. Y. SOLOMON BENNETT.
Elmira, N. Y., Feb. 21, 136642 m
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Thomas.
E. Mitchell and all other evortemen, that
any person hottnding deer, rabbitaetor„other wild
genie hereafter'on my lanTor - preinlaes, will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
Charleston, Feb. 21, 66. ERASTIJS KELLY.
A Conah, Cold, or Sore Throat.
REQUIAES - 41(11F.D.14T)!,,ATTENt1121:, 4.51) SHOULD SE
CHECKED. IP ALLOWED TO CONTINUE,
Irritation of the Lunge:, a Permanent Throitt
Affection, or an Incurable Long Disease
W-1 IS OFTEN THE RESULT
IMO, 8110141011 ' =peg'Es
HAVING A DIRECT /NFLUENCE TO THE PARTS,
For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Consnmptive
rßooci(es,isstrisi).wlta 4iiiLirsoecin thiccEss
Singers and Public Speakers
will find Trochee useful in clearing the voice when
taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving
the throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal
organi., The :Trocbes,are r . aeonintendeCand pres
cribed by Physicians, and have had testimonials
from eminent men throughoutthe country. Being
an article of true merit, and havi4 proved their,
efficacy by a test of many years, each year finds
them inm,fus localities::*varimp i parts of the
world, and the
.Troches are universally pronoun
ced better than other articles.
OBTAIN only " BROW VI BRONC/gL6L J.EOCHEII,"
and do not take any of the Wortk i fees Imitations
that may be 9,lfffirelkiti
Sold , everywhere in the United States, and in
Foreign Countries, tat 35spnts per box.
ITCH ITCH .1 f ITCH! I
Scratch ! Scratch! Scrat,chl
Will-Ciro :the ItcL i i 4g 8otlrs•
Also cures SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHIlf-
BLAINS, and all Eruptions of tge Skin. Plitt
50 cents. For sale by all Druggists.
For Sale by John A. Roy, Welisboro, Pa.
By sending 60 cents to WEEKS & POTTER,
170 Washington .street,' Bostos,
Mass., it will be forts-aided by wail, free of post
age, to any part of the United States.
ROBERTS & STOWELL
Will be found one door below Eltton Tuckeilt
Ilardware Store, in the building formerly occnil:
pied by Borst I Seegers, which building they
have relined throughout, Ind inteladkeepi iig
• consisting in part of I,
4k1140e k• t tini: "Mr '
Coifee') - : ACidikirs
Cheese Cloves Dried Apples Ess. Coffee
Farina Gelatine Ginger Hams
Indigo blue Lead 'Mustard • Mulasdes
Nutmegs ' Oysters —Kerosene; - Pork.'
PePper - Riwder - Pipes' - "'litanies
Prunes" PeaCtes Pickles- - Ricir
Raisin!' Salt Sweet Corn Soda Carl)
Elaleratus • • Syrups Staab (corn) WC . '
Stareh,,Gloss Soaps Sugars , Sardine
Tobaeop Teaa Tomatoes' ‘'Xinegar
ESPECIALLY E THE AND 80 Foit - THf
Which comprim ovotythitig.deirigned for fatally
- utd tot tii*ltibreba shont,
. • : • „I - . lc `4 , -J
All of which we propose to sell,. u cheap as r.O
•We c laim . to I3MEtS!4LATIi%I, of
SYRUPS, -slEirAiiig-T-cilite 4614444
as was over offend in liVellaboro.: , Asir Remem
p R. vcri, Lil2 4 ms •
,„ • -, •
win sell his entire Steck of
,And Patent ..I)4edieinea
YANKEE NOTIONS, ERFUMERY, ,
AT 4sI,EW YORK CO.T
FOR TILE „isivq.... THWIT _ , DAYS T.
<-• - a
He has everything ever kept in a ... •
FIRST CLASS, ,DR - IId : :STORE.
g; 1868.11., :
HAT IS IT t WHAT IS . IT 2
What-is 4.which is Nislutarvelaus as .the magi,
What is it Which the more you'tise itt-the better
-yeti like it •. 7- -_ - _
' Whafinit:thit causes the Impe to walk ?
• What is it that eases tbeimine of rheimmism ?
What isif that loosens the stiff joints?:
What is thts chemical comptilind that is Called
an infallible remedy for Neuralgia, acting direct.
lv upon the nerves and giving almost Instant re
lief; curing,nll sorts of aches and pains as if by
magic ? It is
S A L IT rir I Fi E lit
Selling off now at Rays Dittg Store.' PO. 1.17
- 60 @ 92
bu a 36
f , -...... ..... —..... 4
.... ...... —..... i7 l
20 i 70
OfICE —All persons'indited tons bq note
J. or, Book Account *ill ph3ase call arrle.
ae'vre are about closing - up"foi - a STRICT emit/
business. WRIW A BA. EY. -
Welliboro, Jab. SI, 1866 i
and Throat Dieectoes,
a paella "inortment of
can end live.
WeW41.011). - 7, 1)160.
PAPER WAREHOUSE !
No. S Blarket-si., Corning; N. Y.,
.:~ -_. ; .
• s- !
Returns acknowledgments to ids friends for the lib
arid patronsma hvakttwed,for tluitr , eight years, calling
particular ettentioti for dal' present 'season to his estal,
lisbinent, whicb. having been completely rezioyated and
tarnsfortned, is uow stored .anewysitlislac combina
tion of attractions in Liiiratnre and Art as cannot tail
t,ckirtterest the public,Titud which jt isAnpeck may sup.
ply tho general want of this region as it keeps pace wiih
3he,edeux4inetttof the age. _
- r • ...I.; 47.7 -
This department comprehends thainoet desirable colt
lection of works 14 oxidant and iliodern authors, Praia
and Poetry, Claesical and Historical, Fiction and Fact.
All new Weill reciired' as soon is publialied-A .: large
stootrotpcliontHooka need in.city and codntry - Schools.
A full stoek of Blank Books of all deveriptiona; Tuck
„ Memorandums;.. Time Books and Diaries; School SM.-
tionery in - endless variety.' The Stationery department
comprises Cap, Legal, Bill, Letter, Note, and Billet Pa
per tifier 'lands, 'Envelopes, all sham and:, Ores, Pan
holders; Pencils, Inkstands,—and, in fact, everythlpg
attention paid to the selection of Ladies'
Stationery, a choice assortment of whichls always kept.
This department is the specialty of the concern; and
is tinder the ',Mont supervision .of the undersigned
who hturglven 12 - years atten dolt to this branch'. Here
are found the •entire , publications of the New York,
Boston, and Philadelphia Press, daily, semi-weekly, and
weekly editions; together with the principal American
and P.Oreign lilagazines- 7 orders for all of whtch,are ex
ecuted,af publishers' prices. Unusual facilities aro af-
Surped tor.the execution of special orders, returns be.
ingx.ecelYed,-from,liew York twice each day. - Suliscrip
dons taken for any periodical punlished in the United
.Statesor,Surope. Subscribera on tho line of tte , Drle
Railway (including from Avon to Rochester). also on
the Tioga Railway, froth Corninli to gMberville, can
have dailies, weeklies; monthlies, or back' numbers of
any serial delivered by my agents Ott the care. -
WALL PAPER AND WINDOW
• . SHADES., •
. . . , ..
A large and carefully ealerfed aaaortfunt embracing
;14 beat and moat desirable` patterns at Q triotut priCea,
n . 0131 10(3 bigi:so -per roll, leaving no ez i 0 to Langies
,tonnagiesting,wbulesome improvementanfthamatia of
their houses. ,B.ord4is for the eame to gilt, valve., Mod.
sitin, - extra and narrow width. An elegatit',Wmortfoint
of Wendow Bbades,white and lotiff,lrla?:freen7blite; bbff
and figured Curtain 'Paper, and Outman sapproied 0:m
-4MA Xiltilrei, _Eire ./50arli Ethllll,,Clataill CONLTSIIIIBI4.
PICTURES AND PICTURE
Always 4 en'forinsiiection and Bale; a gallery of fine'
.011 Paintings, Steal rovayinge and French Llthognspbs.
A 'great 'variety' of Colored" Points: illistrattv• - of beo._
scenes aid battier or the late-terrible Rebellioskfaxetti
ted by di.4tinanished artists, forming4mbjects ,of inter
est, to overy,s,mericekneiriren A 1 .1f5P,ar!.4
eortNetrt.ckf ,Picturn FFamee,vatione sizos andatyles, in
'clitdiorthoit tin !quo patterns f Ovals,4llt4 'Rosewood,'
Walnut, Ae.,, ac..- Pictures framed to order in any desk
rod style ist short noticd, and: on most favor able terms_
SUNDAY SCHOOL 96
, . . .
Special attention is devoted,to this importanthranch.
and it is Intended at all times to be supplied with the
latest-publications of this class of literature.- S. Li
htagiag furnished at wholesale 'rates, and lilibecriptions
tibias...for 'an -kinds , of-Sunday School papers and Vro ,
cured free sostege. Gift books, embossed Reward
Cards, Cer - isfaattes of Membership, Singing Books,
den Chain. Eflinsver , Colmar, Chime Bell, and 'various
others. Altogether a complete stock of Sunday School
This will comprieB the ordinary Catalogues offered at
Music Stores, such as Violins, guitars, Banjos', Accord
daturllutinas,Clarionets, Flutes, Fifes. ,kb.; Sc. The
best quality of Italian arid English Violins, Guitar and,
a Eau*Strings. Sheet Music kept constantly! on: hand.
AA the new and popular songs and Instrumental mask
received as" soon as issued. TelEtehere supplied. at the
'usual dlscolint: Itlnylcal Instruction Booksof all kinds
Ninsic and Books mailed free at'- market prices. Also.
-Agent for the most popular maartfacturers et Pianos.
~snehrus Chtckerings, _Boardman A Gray, &a., and Prln
, ea's Celebrated Melodeons and harmoniums.
'Drone whO take pleasure In preSeriing the lineamentsof their friends in the form now most concanfent and
most , In, vogue, •ean afford to be without. one of tlisse
beatitltui - and appropriate receptacles -of Curd Photo
graphs. A splendid assortment of Albums, is all styles
and prices, from , so cts.-to $2O, to suit the. taste and
Witty of alt.,' ' •
la. A complet e stock of Mirrors. or all sizes sad pri-
Picipre Card, Tassels, Enob4,
.41%- Large andatoall .1311,41 Rymn Books, Catholic
Bibles, Ptayer Books and CateChisma:
Lap -Blanke, Marriage Certillattac Latriel'ir Tape,
Seals, Gold Pens, a complete stock of Pocket Booki,.La.,
dies', Traveling Satchels r Toys, Cbfkireee _Games Die:
sected..htepeand Pictures. Beekgagtmon-13oa:rda 6bess
and Chequer men, Dice. Writing Deaks; Portfolfes,Draw-
Mg PASO, Ladies' Work Boxes, Baskets, Tissue Paper,
Notes, Drafts and Receipts, in Book and Sheet form, In
voice and Letter Piles, Black, Blue and Carmine Inks,
Quill Pens, -Pena, Mourning Paper and Envelopes, and
7.1 k thousand and one articles tor; numerous to mention.
Ala-Books Bonral in any style that may be datired
; 4. 4
Orderly by mail promptly sittamiadi td
tit(l7. coßNmo. N. it.
A N D
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K.,N 0 X V E
Boot, Shoe and Leather Store
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
►Ti HE UNDERSIGNED having formed
AL a co-partnership under the name and title of
I. LOGHKY & CO.,
can be found at the old stand, eort l er of . Main,
and Mill Streets, where they will keep constantly
on hand a gene .al assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER AND
of stts:beigmtsa*, which they will sell so cheap
for-tTbik*Uie-it an object for dealers to
Mai - .
Dor Stook consiata to part of
MEN'S, & BOY'S, CALF, KIP„A STOGA
of our own manufacture. Also,
LADIES', GAITERS, BALMORAL, KID,
& CALF,, .& MISSES SHOES.
Franck and Oak Stook-constantly on band for
sale. Otsb paid at all times for RIDES, PELTS,
TERMS-CASH ON DELIVERY.
I. - LOGHRY, Knoxville, Pa.
J. RICHARDSON, Elmira, N. Y
1534604,4 an. 1, 1888-tf.
CGS LL AND SEE.
mitt'•ll taratiod of the Faitners and every
bodielsi in Charleston and Covington town
ships, arelicreby notified, that the store at Cherry
,Platte will - be kept open where they .can procure
'a' full aasortment of •
DRY -GOODS & GROCERIES,
" -WHEAT and BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, RICE,
Mackerel, „&e„ constantly on bend., Ain us a
Cherry Platte , Jan. 17 - , /866-3'
• 7 •'• :taiga" _ •
Tioga County Pa. 'enutainiria
; -.l:24"acres, 40 Acres improved. Said larval/I
watered by numerous Springs. A small stream 'Ol
water sufficient foe churning, sawing wood,
rtitf through, the farm near thu buildings. Ibis
well situatedfor a good dairy fettle: A- portion of
,fts good grain land. Two log-hones, frame
barn ariti:ntliikunt buil:inns:thereon. •A thrifty .
young preliard nt..7o'or 80 apple, peisi. or plum
trees.' A- good 'school - house on the adjoining
farm. '„ The above farm might be divided into
two small farms of 62 acres each. Price $l2 Per
acre"- Terms easy. A liberal deduction made
for cash down. Inquire of -
C. B. KELLEY, Wellsboro, or
W.M. UPDIKE, on the premises.
Jan. ii, 1866.-tf.
GUARDIAN'S SALE.—Pursuent to an order
of.the Orphans' Court of Tinge County, I
will offer at public sale at the Court Holum In
Wellaboro, Saturday, the .10th day of February
next, at 1 o'clock. P. M., the following described
real estate, late of George Miller, of Delmar, de
ceased, to wit;'"
An equal undivided' ninth part of a certain lot
of land in Denier, bounded north by Hector Hor
ton and Win. _Eberentz ° north and east by Robert
Campbell, south by J. W. - Catlin and p. flongli
ton, and west:l)y Oliver Bacon anttM. W..Weth
erbee—containing about 130screl; to be sold for
the use of Mary Alice Miller,-subject -to the life
estate of her Rather, Juliette. Jiller: •
Terms cash. _ HECTOR -11GAI ; OR,
Jan. IQ, 1868.3 t • Guardian,
TS HEREBY OFFERED for a larger
-- a: a
D . R . V.H6i0,145,
.G4OPESIW. I,*l l * stro*sqlkg.
W. R., SMITH'S. SONS
miz,ni4ock-conztina4on, of 4 sioes
in One, at •
~ , 1 . 31 , !41 2. , . tP 114'11,.`W.41,..::
Itttr CiiiVARELSoit 'A: PEW-Mtg .- I/6'44ER
as follows_: •
All cot's Merinoe •1 yd wide, 4;10
Beet Delnirie 'reduced '
Qood to 25
Best Calicos " " 30 to 25
,Good, 2B to 22
Handsome Madder Calicoes " 25 to N.
Best Standaci 'Sheeting " ' 40 to 34
eo4- 4" to 29
8 30 to 25
Heavy rdaiiiilied Fratitiel " 56 to 40
Beautiful Sett Furti • 1 • $l5 to $lO
•ffeitvy Cfsei Cosa , ' ' 1.5 $O9
Good Nyorkiptt_goa!s—p . • •" , ;:$OB to $5,50
Brown Sugars reduced
_" 15 to 12i.
-New Bright Salt per Barrel, $2,85
GoO. Kip Bootii, - • $4,00
. _ . •
Good Kip - Womene Boots,. $1,50
A lot of Woruens' *orocco Boote, .$l,OO
"- Childrece- -Shoes, 22
W- ARE. , VHDERSE - 141210 ALA, OTHERS
citre us'a call 4ind becotritkeltd.
Ar. 8.1 - BSLITH'S‘
- Amineor, N. Y.
73 AVING found the Tioga AGITATOIt
LI- very profitable medium for steady advertis
ing, I propose through the coming year to increase
MY ADVERTISEMENTS LARGELY
I invite ttie careful attention of the community
to them, promising to.. snake them simple state
mentisof facts, as'to
'PRICES OF GOODS,
arid state of trade, *c., and wielding all - braising
and icing winded yarn..
1 - 1
My experience haft been, that liberal advertis
ing if based on truth, pays well ; and I think It
wise to follow it up: Any one-'that has 'a.busi
toss, worth bringing before the attention of the
impniunity; cannot well make It too plain - or well
known.- , . - , ,
I hereby return my, thanks to the citizens of
Tioga County for tke•itery liberal share of trade
I have received for the past ten years, during
uh dims znyjrade has steadily increased ; and
sickisOwledge - that mY Tinge County trade
is quite a large„portion,of it. I iatand.fa try and
deserve ft Still tudrilTn - the future. "- ,
My odsfumeri Gala diigirid ieu always 'finding •
large litoq*•:itor -
-BEASONAIILV , AOC4*;--
::c-1 . 1.2 .. . ":,' (I:41= ...::
at prices guaranteed to be at the bottom of tie
market, and with attentive 114 lumen to gait ait pn
"them prouiptrS!. ._ "
In all cases where there is a chance to receive
stock under market prices, (which frequently oc
nursf) such bargains will' be given 'to /icy Gusto
I also am enabled-by aJlarge sales,,,Wlnay a
great many Goods from.first band!, sating New
York Jobbers proets—enabling tea W oflar-such
Goods at much leas than market rates. '
I claim several advantagss over most Storss,
LARGER SALES IN PROPORTION TO
'EXPENSE% A LARGER STOCK
' GOODS SUITABLE TO
• CUONTRY TRADE. - -
A BUSINESS CONDUCTED NEARER
TO A CASH BASIS, ,
than mostamy store in the trod*. For farther
tx[fizi,;. 'Alec nOticlit; ; alao
local column. -
itiiiiiiitlkesabgif. aii 341 - oimm,
good heavy 4-4 ehestiags at 25 to 20 mmtket my
.. ' ,
Pew b no ,Advance in picot. of Flinnelo,
sl l kiiifOtklhAteto 444 - sti ) f•- •
„„ . •
Vta continuo to seltbaattlalaino426 ad - Bist
prints it 29._ and good Ptints at 20 cants. Soo
J. A. 'PARSONS,
1866. ' CORNING, N. 7
- Marble Shop:
WELLSBORO, TIOGA COUNTY, PENN'A.
Ji'SS,RS. BOW WARRING baying
/T-4-ussontated themselves together for the par
' _Pose of carrying on the manufacture of
MARBLE WORK, „
are now prepared to fill all orders for
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, MAN
TELS; TABLE TOPS, &c.
with diepateh and in the beat style. Rutland
and Italian Warble worked to order.
'lt is our intention to do a leading business in
Tioga County. Orders solicited, and all work
warranted to give satisfaction.
P. C. HOIG,
- Jan. 1, 1866. A. S. WARRING.
At Reduced Prices,
34A. 10, - IMI6.
-- AT - -BOWEN'S
NO. 1 &
CORNING, iiil7l3EN OCRINTY; N. Y.
REGUL ATOll' STORE.
AWORD TO - MY OLD FRIENDS and
the community generally. Not being a friend
to long and windy advertisements and large ex
penditures to the Printers, I herewith submit a
condensed statement of facts al a small cost, with
the understanding That 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 Mas k
both in the Retail and Job Trade for ,the ap
proaching duld weather.. Having
ALL WOOL CASSIMEBE
at Bs. per yard,. flaragansett ! Jeans suitable for ,
*infer *fair at . Goodlard * wide Brown attest
in=s at 2s. Prints 18 to 25 cents per yard.
I, : • CilokCE DRESS GOODS
from 24 6d to 4s per yard, quality equal to those
pesos six years ygo. Dress Goods at lower pri
ces as well as a splendid assortment of fine goods
at less prides than can be bought in the State.—
Among them may be found
ALL WOOL IIiERINOES
at da to-1,21 per yard- Bmpresa Cloths plain and
fleeted. - Itledinoce,,Bombarinee. Alpaccu, Scotch
Plaids, Mobalres, and in fact every thins usually
kept is a int clan country. Store.
Ladies' Cloth. for Claokings at va
rious prices, including Wash
Water Progf Union Beaver,
.Bagnimanz and Caatoi Brown, and many, other
too munoroua to mention; a heavy Black Beaver
at $3,00, (Gent, fine Caseimere squally cheap.)
My Boots, Shoes, -and Carpet Stock,
doiri Until wan never! more fall and complete,
'or at greater indisoeinOsta to the purchaser.
Bargains InaThri found at the
In HatS,Vass.;- 1 6Etaises and Mittens;
BED, t HOBSEBLANKETS.
The advmatageio my
GROCER y CUSTOMERS
are not to. be mbunderitoOC. when the steady
and unexampled inorease of business is taken
into the account. I say without the fear of con
tradlotion, that with the large purchases lam
making from month to month for cash, I can sell
to the country trade - es low as they can buy in
the city, including freight, which gives me an
opportunity to offer
SUPERIOR AD VAIV TA GES
to the Retail trade, which I am doing and bound
to - do-asektwetimonial-of-iny gratimds-foe. their
miny.Vavore and iari'llberalloitronage.
Will give my customers the - benefit any
cheap in the market as I ant posted is auction
ind other sales friars day to day by telegraph and
Conking, Jan. 1, 1805.
WHOLESALE DRUG STORE,
CORNING, N. Y.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, CONCEN.
TRATED MEDICINES, CIN-
CINNATI WINES AND
KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI-
CINES, PETROLEUM OIL,
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
AND DYE COLORS,
Bold at Wholesale Prices. &kilns are ralassiod
to call and gat quotations before going farther
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1860-13,
Ti EAR YE ! REAR YE I—The Pax of
1 - 1 1-11- this Election are new open.
C. r L. WILCOX,
Of Wellsboro, offers for sale his satire
• STOthr OF GOODS AT COST.
All thou* who feel anxious to tasks a
are invited to call soon, for "
) DELAYS' AXE DAIsTGEIi'OUS.
Call at the "REGULATOR.," one Door shove
the Post Office. C. D. WILCOX.
Wellsboro. Jan. I. 29, 1866.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE YOUR
A great breakdown in the price of all kinds of
I have just returned from New York with a
largeand well selected assortment of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
which were bought for CASH during the late
Panic at PANIC PRICES, which I am bound to
SELL at .
I am selling
Good Madder Prints, 22
Beat " 25
Extra Wide, Engliih, 30
Beat Muslin DeLaines, 35
Bleached Sheeting', 20 to 30
Unbleached " 28 to 30
' Extra Heavy, 35
But quality French Merino, • 10 shillings
Double width Plaid Poplins, 82*
Yard wide Rep, 60
But (high colored) Wool Detains, 60
Single width Plain Poplins, 40
Yard wide Parunatta, 40
Large Stock of
FLANNELS, BALMORAL SKIRTS,
HOOP SKIRTS, CLOTHS, FURS,
' NOTIONS, WORSTEDS,
A good assortment
GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, &c.
Also, a large Stock of
FEED, FLOUR & PORK, always on band.
ALL THE NECESSARIES OF' LIFE.
Customers in want of Goods will save money
by calling at the New Store and examine Goods
and Prices before buying elsewhere.
Tioga, Jan. 1, 1866. H., K. FISH.
WE have reduced th• prine of F/OUT 31 per
barrel, Feed and meal 50 eons- per cwt,
and shall sell, FOR CASE ONLY,
- C. J. HILL FLOUR, WRIGHT &
BAILEY'S BEST WHITE
SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, BUCK
WHEAT FLOUR, GROUND
,FEED, CORN MEAL,
_ BRAN, &0., &o.
CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
WRIGHT A BAILEY.
-Wellaboro, Jan. 24, 1866. •
WHAT THE ILLUSTRIOUS ABER-
IiETRY SAID.—"WeII, sir what's. the.
matter ?" said' Abernethy, the gteat English cur
goon, to a cadaverous-looking patient, who had
called..to consult him. "Oh, nothing serious,"
was the reply, "my stomach and liver are out of
order, that's all.', "Do yon call that nothing se
rious?" said Abernethy; "I tell you, sir, that
when these two organs are out of order, as yen
call it, there's not a square inch of the body that
is not more or leas diseased, nor a drop of blood
in it that is in a healthful condition." Nothing
can be more true, therefore it is of the very high
est importance to keep the stomach and. liver in
a vigorous condition. If the one is weak and the
other irregular in its action, tone and control
them with HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED
STOMACH BITTERS—the most genial vegata-
No Restorative and Alterative that has ever bean
administered as a cure for Dyspepsia and Livor
Disease. It is recommended by distinguished
surgeons and physicians of the tialted States
Army, by officers of the Army and NaTy, by our
that authors, by eminent clergymen—in fact, by
thousands of the most Intelligent of every class,
as an unequalled protective against epidemic and
malarious diseases, and aS a perfectly innocuous,
but at the same time powerful, invlgorant and
LETTERS 01' ADMINISTRATION having
been granted to the undersigned upon the
estate of Vincent Dailey, late of Onola, deceas
ed, all pers)ns indebted are requested to make
immediate payment and those , having claims may
present them to PERRY DAILEY,
Ooeola. Feb. 7, 18643--• Admr.
MANSFIELD, TIOGA COUNTY, PA.
Easing carried -on Ow-above-business for the
space of dfteen years, bewisisee to return his sin
cere thanks to his patrons for the liberal sup
port received during that period : and fooling
that he has given general satisfaction in the pus
—which fact is shown by the increased demand
.fur.hia..liammoset—he begs leave to announce
that be is now prepared (by the employment of
first class workmen) to execute all orders at short
notice, ant will not be excelled by any establish
ment in the country.
i lter Earnests always on Nand. Call and sro
him. Strop opposite the Mansfield Hotel.
W. D: TERBELL it, CO