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1)4 g Sl,), 4.Y As, 1890
The Place to Buy Drugs—P. R. Williams.
lisrssins. Bsrgiiia—J. A. Parsons.
N ew clothing Store—Nast A Auarhaub., • z;
Notice in Divorce.
Auditor's Notices = W. A.
.Notice to Co actors— ,omatiesruters.
Election of Trustees- 1 -S. B. Elliott. President.
To the P.chool . Directhit - of ffi'ogit 'County=9:
Notice—W. E. Malkiwt. -
Horse and Sulkies For Sale—Bingham °thus.
CASUALTY.-A young man employed at 13en.
nett's mills, it IN idd!elaury, wee severely lacerated
by a circular saw last Friday.'
Comprors PANORA3hI.—This celebrated show
1 , 111 be in town Viednordav, and Thursday eve
wage of this week. It is said to be a good thing
Hon. Derazi, S. DICKINSON died on Tborsday
of loot week. His Roman firmness of devotion
to the Governinenifinring"the rebellion gives bim
to-itsmortaliti.Of tame_ - .
REMOVAL - R. Stowell, Jr. & CO., hags remov
ed their Marble ,Shop to the building foimerly
occupied by D. MIAMI a Floor-A Fsettitterecjeag
Main St. This is a first rate location. r
• Nen' CLoranco Broas.—Mesars, Nast h Aver
bach have opened a new Store in Roy's ,Building,
and offer a large stock of Clothing and Gent's
Peterson ; fot April,, should bac-el been noticed
last week, but wis forgotten in the press of other
matters. It is enough to sny that itisn first class
ladies' magazine, and so cheap as to fall within
the mean of the poorest.
BUSINESS CHANGE.-Mr. William Roberts has
bought out Mesita. Grunt AViihker, and will car
ry on the tin, stove and hardware business at the
old stand. If we are to lose the enterprising firm
of Gunn Tucker, tae congratulate the public
tEat the business len int& itict
FAST Datvtria.—The attention of horsemen ie
directed to the fact that the immoderate driving
or riding or horses throughthe4treets'of the bo-
, "ugh is prohibited, and penalties prescribed for
,iciations of the law. These penalties will be
enforced, on chili - plaint lodged with Abe "prOPer
BRITISH Banns.—We regret to say that Rev.
Mr. Boyle's lecture on British Bards, delivered in
the Court House on Monday evening, was not
well patronized. We aro requested to give notice
that he will repeat the lecture at the same place
on Thursday evening of this week. We are. in
termed that the lecture is really a meritorious
production, and deserves a first-class audience.
NOTlCE.—Violations of the ordinances relative
to cattle, horsci, swine and geese, nod relative to
immoderate driving through_the streets, should
be reported In the Higirl Cohitable; Mr. Joseph
Williams, or to the Street Commissioner, Mr.
William Harrison. Those who . object to Viola
h,ts of tbeee ordinances, cannot cohsistently
cua,pleln while they stand Lack waitingfcimome
body to do fur them what the law. requires them
to do for themselves. -
The Wayne County Herald Bays that we are in
error in regard to the tithe of School Directors,
elected last winter, entering upon their office. It
t.,inks that they are qualified in May. All %se
know about it is, that the State Superintendent
has decided tLat the old Board; of Directors elect
the Superintendent And we see by the Reading
Tina& that.the 5110313 view of the matter is taken
in that region. The school law was changed not
lung ago, and we think diet Directors elected last
%inter do not quality until June. How is' it 2,
Mr. F. K. WRIGHT is entitled to the credit of
making the first improvement in sidewalks this
reaEca. We ere glad . 4; irty that his example is
to be imitated by many others at an early day.
The public crossings are to be thoroughly re
paired at-once, under the direction of Street Com:
mitsioner Harrison- If our —citizens coma for
ward wirl, alacrity, there is no food reastrp why
the faciliiics for',gefting aticiutin WellsborO will
not be equal to those in any otter
JAIL.-A lad of fourteen or,fifteen was re
cently lodged in the jail for stealing. We learn
that he is from Union township.
A young fellow from lkland is elscramong the
Sheriff's boarders. It re alleged that be assaulted
the botel-kpper of that village, some ten days
ago, knocking him down and brutally beating
him, and afterward taking, from his person some
$6O or $7O. C
In this connection we ought to repeat the war ,
ning to householders and' others, that crime ip
rampant, and -that ,•every , precaution. should be
taken to prevent burglaries and high Way Yobbo).
ries. An ounce of prevention is better than a
Iferactons fdiscntes..- 7 -Our attention has been
called to the work of *owe: mischievous , person
which threatens to destroy the fhade , trees in
front of the Court House. Two of the thrifty
maples have been backed and seriously injured.
Probably it."was the act of Some thoughtlesiboy
who wished to see the sap run. Bo l ys should
member that there is a stringent law, inflicting
severe penalties tepee theqierpetra9rs: of such
wanton mischief. The law will ho enforced in.
every case where proof shell_be made and the of
fender clear],' indicated.
TEACHER'S INSTITUTE.-The ILlStitilq will
commence on Tuesday, 24th inst., in tt ... \Court
Ideuee, and continue fuur dap;.
Such of our citizens as will extend - the ottani
ho.4.italities to the lady teachers_ who may be
pre , ent at the Institute, are requested to report
to Mr. Van Adieu, at We Oiaaitecri#.`-'lVe presume
that the ladies will not want fur boarding-places.
At least there ought t 4 Woo .qt`teistionabuit that.
V. A. Elliott, Esq., Cu. Supt., will give a pre
liminary lecture., iu the Court "(owe, Monday
evening, 23d inst.
At the house of Orrin DR* in , lfichrtiond, April
bth, Mr. A.E. WRITEXACK, of Iforseheadg; tr. Y.,
and MISS HARRIET WATERS, of Wellsboro.
At Tioga, at the house of the bride's fattier, by
Rev. W. A. Niles. Mr. CHESTER P. LEONARD, of
Cooperstown, N.Y,and Miss lEfe.t.F.s J.MANTOR,
youngest daugLter of P. W. Mentor, of Tioga.
At the howl*" of chasamiktultu— Boc-
SOUS and EIIII,T S. NOTI;bOtI3 of Charleston.'
In Middlebury, on the 28th ultimo, hy,ltoY, D.
A. Pope, Mr. F.Lortres: D. Pore and Misa MATTIE
A. MOSITEE, all of Chatham.
In Delmar. on the 7th ttltimil, Mr. BILAi JOHN
box, aged 52 years. ,
At Almond, Atlegit - an:V . county; N. - Y., March
Li, thirteen DAIITT, in the 44th year of his age.
This record announces a great and a soi e
bereavement. Few, as htuibaad*d'fathef, en
dow home with so rich a blessing ; feiv adorn and
serve the church with such grace and efficiency.
ELECTION OF TRUSTEES.—The stock
holders of the State Normal School of the
fifth district, are requested to meet at the Normal
building, in Mansfield, on the first Monday in
May, at two o'clock P. 14., for the purpose of
electing Trustees for the ensuing year.'.::-_
S. B. ELLIOTT:'Breet.
F. A. ALLEN, See'y. April 16,
LECTulte,—Tpp(eirbor Stre it __ 0) _ger
the first of a course of luee r
I.loole the /Mr...wry Society, conneetel
With the State .N,rthurSelutul at Mansfield, on
iday April 20th
Ef11)1A A. BREWER,
SABAH' J. SHOVE,'
illatlsfielit. April 12,1866. Committee.
r Ti AY" I am now prepared to show a good stock
of iiewLkattmmit: - ..0f. Carpets, such .as Tapestry
lirtisioghf,lfarttPrd,Ccf.,: . 3 ply - , Superfine and, iSit
pri'r Ingrains, Philadelphia Unfon Ingrains,
limps &e., at the lowest market rates. I think
the Patterns will be. found very .desirahle,elso a.
new stock of Dress Goods be. See regular. ad
Goods have adianced in New York,bnt
we sell /ovier than ever. 3
CAN YOU DO BETTER?
Yard wide brown sheeting, GOOD, at • 20c.
" • best standard, - 213
" bleached " 22 '
Giod madder prints, 11
Be:lstandaid printi; 1 4 6 to 20
Mecbanics' easslinere, 50
Splendid teas;' 85
Good angers, (white , ) lO to 16
Richakkott's 11. S. lup 4 bobts; irarrintid,l4 00.
Every thing in proportion.
April 18, '66.—lt W. R. SMITH'S SONS.
RULES FOR HOUSEXLEASIING. — The'foIIowing
rules ought to be observed by all good housewives
engagell in honse-eleanitig: .
1. Do your scrubbing on a warm day, so as to
2. Select a windy day on which to shake car
' 3. Visit Young's Book Store andsele ct from
his FIFTY-FOUR different patterns Wall gaper,
something that will suit your own taite—and
your husband's. , ,
4. Examine Young's stocir. Window'Shades;
cloth and paper, gilt and plain • also, window fix
tures, cord, tassels 'and borers. !He sells all
these 20 per cent cheaper tharklest year.
5. After your papers and borders aro put on,
adorn your walls with a few fine pictures. Young
has a fine assortment of both pictures and-frames.
April 11, '66„-3t
A Cottgla, Cold, or Sore Throat.
REQUIRES iMIIEDIATE - ATTiNTIOR3I4IS - 811 - 0131:1) BE
CHECKED. if _ALLOWED _TO CONTINUE,
Irritation of the Lunge, a Permanent Throat
Affection, or an Incurable Lung Disease -
IS OFTEN THE RESULT.
HAVING A DIRECT INFLUEICE TO THE PARTS, GIVE
For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, • Contarinptive
Singers and Public Speakers
will`fihd Tr6chea nsefcti in Clearing thefroice when
taken 'before Shigirig or Speaking, find Telieling
the throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal
organs.. The .5-9ehes are recommended ausl pres
cribed by Physicians, and have had testimonials
from eminent men throughoulthe country. Being
an article of tree merit, and having proved their
efficacy by a test of matey yare . .; each year finds
them in new localities in various parte - of the
world, and the Troches are universally pronoun:.
ced better-than other articles.
OBTAIN only " BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,"
and do,not take any . of the Worthless Invitations
that may be offered.
Sobleveriober6Anitios !Unita& Statesizand in
Foreign Countriee,lat•3s cents per box.
Afrermatous DISAZPEARAXCE.—James N.
Warriner, left his home on Stony,Fork onfhe 113th
day of March. to go to Weiisboro, and, was. e..x
peeted.to return the-same.day, but,has , not:been
heard i from since, lie is Ave legit eight and a half
inches high, with light complexior, light eyes,
and:WALT*,bog ansi,Ul.oltersfs : thirty years of
age: nod had on at the time he left home a snuff
coloreil coat, a blue military vest, and hUtterput
coloreid Isersey pants. At the time he left he had
about seventy dollars in money with him. Any
one giving tiny information of his whereabouts,
will greatly oblige an alllicted family.
ADALINE L. WA:REINER.
Delmar, April 11, 18118. • , .
PHOTOGRAPHS OP PENNSYLVANIA. OFF/LERF.—
It is proposed by the State authorities to procure
a full history of theserriees rendered by -Penn
831vania regiments initlitt
,war to crush the slave
holders' rebellion; and. as,an interesting portion
of that history, it hatibeentsuggested by Gover
nor_Curtin that the StatelLibrarian collect photo
graphs of all officers of, sueb regiments, to be de
posited iri' tho State library, in such a form is to
be easily referred to and examined ; in accordance
with this proposition, the State Librarian now re
quires suet' *theirs to send well executed card
photographs of themselves, and addressed to the.
State Library; and where the officer has perished,
that the friends of the gallant dead send such
-photographs. Each card to be, carefully insetibed.
beneath the photograph with the name, runic,
company and regiment in which the officer served.
Our evtemporaries throughout the Commonwealth
are earnestly requested to aid, in the
this undertaking, by urging irtimmdiate cOmpli:
once with the request for these photographs. In
twen ty-Sve years, such a collection of photographs
will be the most ve.luable work in the Library.—
ITPP4 ITCH] ITCHIII
Scratch ! Scratch ! Scratch !
MU Cure the Itch in• 48 Wars
. „ ,
- Also 'cures ;
SLAMS, and alt Eruptions of the . Skin. Price
50 cents. For sale by all Druggists.
For Sale by John A. Roy,Welisboro, Pa.
_ . _ _
" By sending 60 cents to WEEKS .k POTTER,
Bole Agents, 170 Washington, street, Boston,
Mass., it will be forwarded by mail, free of post
age, to any part of the United States.
TIRROBS 4:IF YOUTIL—A Gentleman who suffered
for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the
sake of Buffering humanity, send free to all who need
the recipe - end directions for making-the simple rem
edy by which be was cnred, Sufferers wishing to profit
by the advertiser's experience can do so by addressing
' JOHN B. OGDEN, 13 Chambers-St., N. Y.
Jan. 31,'66 -Iy.,
CONSUIIRTIVRS.—The advertiser, having been
I restored to.bealth in a few weeks by a very simple
remedy, after having suffered for several years with a
.sedhre lung affection and that dread disease. Consump
tion—is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers
the means of care.
To all who desire it, lie will send a copy of the pre
scription used, free of charge. with the directions for
preparing and using the same. which they will find a
sure curator 'Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs,
itnil Colds, and all throat and lung. affections. The only
ohp cc of the advertiser in sending the Presci 'Dijon is
to benefit the afflicted and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes c‘ery,sufferer
will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing and
may prove a blessing. Patties wishing the prescription
rats. by return" mail,'aill please address Rev, ED
WARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Rings Co. N. Y.
(Jan. 31. '66-4.1
TIE CONFESSIONS & 'EXPERIENCE O AN IN-
I 'VALID —Published fur the benefit and as a caution
to young men and othLre, who huller from Nervous De
bility, Premitture Decay of 'Manhood, &c., supplying at
the seine time the means of self-cure. By one who has
cored himself after undergoing considerable quackery.
By enclosing apostpaid addressed envelope, single cop
ies, free of charge. may be had ofthe author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.. Brooklyn, Kings Co
N. Y. Dan. 3-1.-05-Iy.-1
L:STBANGE, BUT TRUE —Every young lady and gen
tleman in thellinited• States can hear something to
their advantage by retnrn mail (free of charge) by ad;
dressing'the undersigned. Those having fears of being
humbugged will-please oblige by not noticing tins card.
All others will please address their obedient servant,
•• , „
. 'THOS. E, CHAPMAN'
Jan. 31';'66:1y. --- ,-:— VllHroadiray, Nov York. -
WANTED—Sixty hands for making pants
and vests. To good workmen and good
seamsyrs good wag i r A v s fn l si A pAdi t .: B , ;C a a c
Blossburg, Tioga co., Pa.
March 28, '66
ABDITOR'S NOTICE.—The undersigned
having been appointed an Auditor to make
a distribution of the money eollected in the case
of the Commonwealth vs. William Button et. al.,
he will attend to the duties of his :appointment,
at his office in Weßober°, on Friday the 11th day
of May, 1866, at JO o'clock A. M.
W. A. .NIQ)10.1 f 8,, Auditor.
Weillaboro; April 18, 1886,-4 ,
mEDIO.INES, CREMICALS, SOAPS;
pERFUNITIRY, GLASS, PUTTY,
OILS, PAINTS,- VARNISHES,
DYES, COLORING • .
.T; A. PARSONS, .
PRE WINES & LIONS
F I I.R - gT,=,(3',14,5 . 5. ,, ,A ; 4'1,-T1 C L
and bought in snob quantities that tliey 'can
ways be _sold ett -
Or' Qualify ie Of' the dild'lMpofieice in med
DRUGS, MEDICINES; CHEMICALS,
DYES, &.COLORING MATERIALS
is without doubt the most, complete and extensive
to be found:in'tliia PM:t ee a 6tate7,
The stock of glass is also extensive,nemprising
Window lase, all sizes,
French - glassfor ictures,
Mirror. glass es for.old:frames, - .
Flint glassware or-the table—
goal as trebles, Tumblers,Cream ' chers, •
Spoon-Holders; Lampt, Lamp -
Chimneys; Lantern 'Grass, - '
in fart, it isimpOssiblo tb enumerate. All .serts
of articles made of Glass and Bold at Drug stores,
°sin be found at Roy s.
stock of pure Wines and Liquors for Me
dicinal has long'been known to the ply:.
'sicians of this 'conntY. These Liguori are of the
purest and best quality, selected with great care;
and expressly for medical use. Perfumery and
Seeps of all kinds, -
SODA & CREAM_ TARTAR, SALERA
TUS, GINGER, NUTMEGS, SPICES,
WRITING-PAPER,, INK, PENS. - -,MI-
OILS, YANKEE ICOTIONB4NEC:-
FANCY GOODS. ;:.•
a pure and reliable article, perfectly safe to use.
Lasts mach longer than Abe poorer qualities.
will be sold at Roy's as Cheap as the cheapest.
carefully,_ and accurately compounded from pure
and reliable medicines. pgr Orders by 'mail
promptly tatendedlo.. -
WE have veceived'a'Aeivi an& welLieleeted
T'Y stook-of GoOdr-whieh were • calling :very
low for Cash or ready pay. : , •
Good Yard Wide-Sheeting f0r»......
Standard Printi from:
UTIiER 000p,S IN. PROPORTION. i
We oleo; , keep , constOttz on,.bttlid °Woe
stock of • ... -, •
at very low figiare's.
'Tioga, April 11, I.BB6—ti
I.NsoLvENT XOTICE.—In the matter of the
application of A. J. do R. R. Webster for the
benefit of the insolvent laws:
Take notice, that A. J. &E. R. Webster,• of
Mansfield, Tioga connt,y, Pa., have applied to the
Court of Common Pleas of Tioga county for the
benefit of the, insolvent laws; and that the Court
has fixed upon the fourth Monday.of May, next,
at two o'clock P.M. of said day, as the tittle for
the hearing of the petitioners and their creditors,
at the Court - House in Wellsbor6.
John A. Roy 9
FOR MEDICAL' PURPOSES
All selected with great care, warranted to be
THE : LOWEST ,MARKET PRIOXS, _
;° - Prices radacidia'atilf
These are the mottoes at
ROY'S DRUG STORE
Aiello 'call before you purchsee,ebrywhere
Tho stock +lff
SUPPLIED WITH DXE-WOORS
BY THE CASK, AT
• WHOLESALE- -
- NEW `GOODS-:
\--., '1 , 2, :_-; w.:-,: - ~..,...:-..:
VAN NAME &i WICKHAM'S
Titsoa, Pa: : ,
. _ .
i :'T __
•,-;-', - n's Cr. •,„
''.,C , 1,,, -. ;
1.; - • , i.=: - .'l i'' _ •L7 , :.;::' - .1 -,:y7.-L.:::;,:
- - ... - ...25 per yd.
le to 20 Cte.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, PORK, &e.
A. J. & E. R. WEBSTER - .
March 30, 1366.—ap 11
$7 5 5 3
s to t s o lg s p f e o r r rit a li i th e
wh fN e r r 'r e g , EenD to ti—e i m n Ae t g r n o a d7 ln c — e d the Common: - Sense.
Family Sewing Machine, improved and perfecte d
It will hem; fell, stitch, quilt,-bind; braid and em
broider,beautifully. Price only $2O ; making the
elastic lock stitch, and fully warranted for three
years. We pay the above wages, or a commis
sion, from which twice that amount can be made.
Address or call on - C. SCWERS A CO., office No.
255 south Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Alllet
ters answered promptly, with circulate and terms.
April 11, '66.—lm _ .
NOTICE is hereby given, that the firm khown
as SILAS STAPLES ct CO, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent of the parties, and
that the' books and accounts -of said firm are in
the hands'of Ai. W. Staples for settlement and col
lection. All those having unsettled accounts will
please call and settle at once.
SILAS - STAPLES;
IIL W. STAPLES,
R. P. WILSON... '
Keeneyville, April 1, '66-3 - 0 , ,
FOR LICE on. Cattle and Herne, harmless to
animals, Ina 'death to lice. 'Mir it - with an
equal quaatitY:or_water. when it is appliediold
.Tan, 17, 1866
STAND- FROM UNDER.
THE "CORNERS" OF HIGH PRICES,
AliE NOW 'ROUNDING OFfl
EVERY THING DOWN !
ADDISON, N. Y.,
In Splendid shape to satisly everybody
r. , - • •
FRESH STOCK, pF ~GOODS NOW AR
RIVING AT THE SLAUGHTER-
ttroes. is to.be eonvineed,tilat you
OA NOT - DO .BETTER
r>•Pnt.7►ti - 9ye ovtir on the - LoonkColunni for the
. 1.7.? • "-,1
re, t "Api
NOTICH HOW THEY HOWL
Who hold large Stocks of Goods at
Miro"' h 24,186!1.
I , -
TO OORRESPOND WITH
• s -
T. twold and reliable
CAN- YOU - DOB BETTER
(not if we know ourselitio,)
Tbatt to' buy Your Goode of
'tt ; :,' SMITH'S SONS
*e l ire*'Si Tin' - Ware
Messrs. J OBERTS j KELSEY
Are now prepared to furaish r the publhißtilt
anything in - their line of busineis, in quantity Ns
large, li quality, as good, and as cheap in prife
as any dealers in Northern Pennsylvania::
They:l - ei-particular attention to the
STOVE AND TIN WARE BUSINESS,
and intend to keep a kill iiesortment of everything
in that lino• - -
1M -'BADE TO ORDER,
prottiktly;and - warranted to give' satisfaction
- - 1
exeangatin thalestrmanper and with - diffPatob
.DATA AND SEE US
V4110 , 1 ' 27, b4r*i;lBo6
Wellsboro Marble Works:
--- - STOWELL, JR., having, purchased the
. interest of P. C. Hoig, the business will
now be conducted under the name of H. Stowell,
Jr. do Co.
All descriptions - of marble work executed to
the cutters , satisfaction of customers.
MON*ENTS OBELISKS AND HEAD
of the latest and most approved styles. We will
also-furnish to order,
MANTELS, TABLE - _ TOPS, SODA
and all kinds of work pertaining to the business.
We intend tolo our work in a manner that will
•B. STOWELL E JR., Fr CO.
Wellsbar6; • April,4, 1866. ,
NEVSMING GOODS -I. I
AT REDUCED; PRICES.
Groliiiii4*cements to the Public
NOT having a big stock of OLD GOODS to
shove off at auction, I am enabled to take
advantage of the present low prices, and am rea
dy to Supply the publib with a splendid stock, of
NEW SPRING DRY GOODS, LATEST
Styles, purchased to accommodate this mar
Particular attention is - directed to my de•
sirable, stock of Ladies' DRESS GOODS,
Alpaccas, Poplins, Prints, Delainea, &c.
Added to which . I am offering a large
and splendid stock of
GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS
and CAPS. &e., &c., &0., &a., &0., &.,
at prices to suit the 1,000,000, at Osgood's
old stand, Wellsbuto, Pa.
C. B. KELLEY.
New Drug Store.
RICH & GILBERT bare opened a Drug and
Chemical Store on Main Street, one door be
low Dr. Mattison's Hotel, in the Borough of
Knoxville, where they keep on hand a full as
- ,DRI:31311- - A1415 - -MEDICINES,
a gootVaitiekt et:Medicinal...Wines and Lirpiters.-
01 1- HrescriPtionacareAdly prepared. '.
KnoetyiliiNArairch 26, 18136-3 m.
CAL INS & CONETaIN. Proiriesivrs,
I ' '
MR. CONKLIN haveng -had large ex
perience in some of the best Marble Shops
in the country in the artistic part of this business
the proprietors are now prepared to execute orders
for TOMB STONES, of all kinds, add MONU
MENTS of either
RUTLAND OR ITALIAN MARBLE,
in the most workmanlike manner, and with dis
patch, They will keep the best quality of Mar
ble, of both kinds named, constantly on hand.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleansed
and made to look as good as new.
Mr.'llarrey Adams, of Charleston, is oar au
thorised Agent, and all contracts made with him
Will he valid. 'Customers can contract fir work
wth him at shop prices.
Ty•ga Jan. 1, 1888—ly.
CANVASSERS WANTED, at $2OO per month.
We want reliable agents, (none other,) male
and female, to take the exclusive agency in every
county and township in the 13. S., to sell the Pho
tograph Family Record, a work which every fam
ily will buy. It is bound like an album, but has
a printed blank page opposite each photograph,
for a complete record of the husband, wife, and
each child of a family; also containing marriage
certificate, and pages for military history of any
Member of the family. Nothing like it ever pub
lished, and no work that agents can sell so read
ily. Old canvassers and others should send for
circulars and terms. It is necessary to have cop
ies of the work to canvass with ; price by express,
$2 sd, $3 50 and $7 00 (3 styles); money may
be sent by mail. Name the townships wanted.
Address BARTLESON CO.
April 11, '66.-2m 611 Chestnut at., Phila.
4.AGENTS WANTED!"—SI7S per month.
Something entirely new. The Photo
graph Case and Family Record. This is a great
opportunity for enterprising persons to make mo
ney. It is an article of which the public have
felt the need. It retails at a low price, and its
beauty arid utility are univereally acknowledged,
The success which has attended its sales, warrants
the', assurance that one can be sold to almost every
- filthily. We are prepared to show that we have
agents who are clearing $175 every month. Ad
dress for circulars and , terms,
RAYMOND & CO.,
Apl.l '6B Manure, 814 Chestnut et., Phila
WELL TO-DAY, SICK .TO-MORROW.—
Such is the experience of thousands. Few
enjoy continuous health. To what does the occa
sional invalidlattribute his uncertain condition?
Not to himself, of course. He lays the blame on
the climate, perhaps. It is too hot, or too cold, or
too damp, or too dry, or too variable, Bat does
he take the proper course to fortify his constitu
tion and bodily organs against the extremes and
changes of which he complains ? No. He says,
perhaps, that only an iron man could bear such
great beat, or such violent cold, or such - sudden
vicissitudes. Why then does he not resort to the
groat TOnic and Preventive, which. if it will not
mule him an iron man, will at least quadruple
the capacity of his system to repel all external
agencies that tend to produce disease ? HOS
TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT
TERS, taken faithfully according to the direc
tions, will so strengthen the stomach, brace the
"nerves, - tone the liver, and regulate and invigo
rate the whole animal machinery, that the sys
tem, instead of being at the mercy of the weath
er, and liable to be prostrated by every change of
temperature, will become case-hardened, as it
were, and almost impervious to climatic influen
ces. It is to this preventive principle that Hos
vxrrxa's Bursas owe their great popularity in
the West Indies, British America and Australia.
FM THE MILLION
R04101128,&% - ggallY
(late Cole and CaHane)-
C ER T BSI CK;
NO. 1 & 2,
CORNING, STEUBEN COUNTY, N. y
AWORD TO MY OLD FRIENDS and
the community generally. Not being a Mend
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 ones,
both in the Retail and Job Trade for the ap
proaching cold weather. Harlon
ALL WOOL CASSIMERE
at Se. per yard. Varagansett Jeans suitable for
winter wear at 4e. Good yard wide Brown Shoot
ings at 2a. Prints 18 to 25 cents per yard.
CHOICE DRESS GOODS
from 2's 6d to 4e per yard, quality equal to those
prices six yeatsygu„'„-VifeB2 Gikat at lower pri
ces as well as a splendiritssorttnent 'of line goods
at less prices than can be bought in the State.—
Among them may biafound
ALL WOOL NrERINOES
at 5s to 12a per yard. Bmpress. Cloths plain and
figured. fderinocs, Bombazines. Alpaccas, Scotch
Plaids, Mooning, and in fact every thing usually
kept in a first class country store.
Ladies' Cloth. for Claokings at va
rious prices, including Wash
Water Proof Union Beaver,
Esquimau' and Castor Brown, and many other
too numerous to mention ; a heavy Black Beaver
at $3,00, (Gents fine Cassimere equally cheap.)
My Boots, Shoes, and Carpet Stock,
down stairs was never more fall and complete,
or at greater inducements to the purchaser.
Bargains may be found atthe
In Hats, Caps, Gloves and Mittens;
BED, 6 4 HORSE BLANKETS.
"`: ' •
are not to be misunderstood, when the steady
and unexampled increase of business is taken
into the account. I say without the tear of con
tradiction, that with the large purchases I am
making from month to.month for cash, I can sell
to the country trade as low as they can bul in
oho city, including freight, which gives mi an
opportunity to offer
SUPE.RieR ,4D VANTAGES
to the Retail trade, - whiob I am doing and bqund
to do as a testimonial of my gratitude for their
many favors and very liberal patronage.
Will give my customers the- bomaiit of any
change In the market as I molested in *notion
and other sales from'. day today by telegraph and
- H. GM.
Corning, Jan. 1,• 1865.
wilat&m - ROBIR'I'S,
Will be found one door below Gunn: d Tucker's
Hardwue Store, in the formerly Wu.
pied by Borat a &arm which building he
has rellUed throughout, and intend keeping
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
FAMILY GROCERIES AND FEW
• consisting In part of
!aspics Buns Blacking I Beef
Cassia Coffee Candles embus
Cheese Cloves Dried Apples Rs& Caw
Purina Gelatine Ginger Rams
Indigo blue Lead Mustard Molasses
Nutmegs Oysters Kerosene, Pork
Pepper Powder Pipes Potatoes
Prunes Peaches Pickles Rice
Raisins Salt Sweet Corn Soda Carb.
Selenium Syrups Starch (corn) Shot
Starch,ioloss Soaps Sugars Sardinia
Tobacco Tess Tomato*. Vinegar
&c., &c., &c., &c.
ESPECIALLY THE AND SO BORTN!
Which comprises everything designed for family
am not mentioned shortie,
AIL of which I propos* to a 441 as cheap as I
I claim to hays as fins an actiola of
SYRUPS, SUGARS AND MOLASRBS
as was ever offered in Wallaboro. Air Remem
ber the place—one door below Chum a Tooker's.
ireStboro, Feb. 7, 1866
Card, Staples & Son,
ARE PREPARED TO SELL AS CHEAP
as any dealers in Si* county, a gengal as
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS A. SHOES, BUR
EARTHERN, STONE, AND GLASS WARE,
in short, everything usually kept in a country
store, all of which will be sold as low as else
READY PAY ONLY!
No trouble to Show
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES
TAPLES CO., grateful to old patron' for
1,3 past favors, hope for a continuance of the
same. Having formed a copartnership with G.
P. CARD, they feel confident that they can do
better than ever before, as the new firm will have
a larger assortment.
COMPETITION DEFIED !
CARD, STAPLES A SON.
Keeneyviila, Feb. 21, 1866.—1 y.
1866. FOR SALE. 1866.
AT HIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOGA
60,000 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A gcod supply of PLUtf, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES A SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in bearing. Any one wishing to get a supply
will do well tpi call and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Ogir Delivered at the depot
free of charge?.
Tioga, Feb.l2B, 1866-ly*
MANSFIELD, TIOGA. COENTI, PA
Having carried on the above business for the
space of fifteen years, he wishes to return his sin
cere thanks to hid patrons for the liberal sup
port received during that period: and feeling
that he has given general satisfaotion in the put
—which fact is shown by the increased demand
for his Harnesses—he begs leave to announce
that he is now prep ) lired (by the employment of
first class workmen to execute all orders at abort
notice, and will not be excelled by any establish
ment in the country!
Harnesses always on hand. Cali and see
him. Shop opposite the Mansfield Hotel.
February 14, 1866.
lITM. B. SMITH, Knoxville, Tioga County,
TV Pa., (U. S. licensed Agent, and Attorney
for soldiers and their friendr throughout all the
loyal States,) will prosecute and collect with un
SOLDIERS' CLAIMS AND DUES
of all kinds. Also, any other kind of claim
against the Government before any of the De
partments or in Congress. Terms moderate; All
communications sent to the above address will re
ceive prompt attention. • Jan. 17,1888.
KEROSENE AT 80 CENTS A GALLON !
We are selling the purest quality of Rare
sena at EIGHTY. CENTS a gallon.
P. R, WILLIAMS,
W. T. MATHERS,
Wellabor°, March 14. WM. TOWNSEND
LUMBER FOR SALS.—The subscriber has a
large quantity of
SIDING, PLANK and BOARDS,
at his mlllin Catlin Hollow, which will be sold to
customers at market prices.
Charleston, March 21, 1808.—tf.
MOTICE.—AII persons having unsettled se
counts with the late firm of S. Bennet 1
Sons, are requested to mill st Oestrus of Viseher,
Dimon.l Randall and settle the same immedi
ately, and save costs.
VISCHER, DIMON & IthaiDAlL.
Niles Valley, March 21, 18643.-90,
lATE ! LA4II !—We are now manufacturing
4 a superior arlicle of Lath, which we offer for
sale at the lowest market price.
VISCRER, DIMON & RANDALL.
Niles Valley, March 21, 1386.-9t*
DOLLAR & SON, Meerschaum manufacti.
I rers, 692 Broadway, near Fourth street, N.
Y. Wholesale and retail at reduced rates. Pipes
and Holders cut to order and repaired. All goods
warranted genuine. Send stamp for circular.—
Pipes $6 to $BO each. spll '66
ONION SETTS for Loge at
BOY'S DRUG STORE.
a plural aasertaatat at
can and lift.
B. C. WICKILAM,