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posts—Wrrieß END Dow2o—A short
time ago there was printed in the Tele-.
graph *communication as to whether
fenceposts ought to ille_planted as they •
grow,- or the reverse. The writer took
the ground and showed that posts -set
the small Old down would last much
longer, and gave his reasons, which
were - excellent, Why it was so. Since
then 3ve find in the Prairie Fanner
communication on . the. same subject
from Mr. D. A. Lillie, of King's coun
t, Illinois, in which he says : " About
eighteen years ago, My brother-made
-100 rods of stilt fence, in Will county,
that is, crooked rail fence laid upon
posts driven eighteen inches in the
ground. These posts were all from the
same burr oak tree, and sharpened with
out regard to top or butt. A few years
bine& I helped Min Move this fence, and
found perhaps half the posts nearly rot
ted off; and the rest nearly or entirely
bound ; and what was most singular,
sap posts were often sound, _and heart
ones rotten, which excited our curiosity
to ascertain the cause, and we found
the sound ones set top_ down, and the
rotten Ones butt down."
This additional fact should attract the
attention of farmers everywhere, espe
cially-in regions, where timber is scarce
and dear. Not only much time and la - -
bor, but a heavy expenditure of money
is involved in. this question.
If any of our agricultural readers have
experience in the matter, we shall be
glad to hear from them.—Germ'n Tel.
WA.ETS ON CATTLE.—A subscriber
asks how warts can be readily removed
with caustic, lunar, or potash. Five
cents worth, of either lunar caustic, or
caustic of potash, will suffice. Keep
the caustic in a vial,- take a stick of it,
wet the end with water or spittle, and
rub it on the warts. Two or three ap
ptiNd4onalwill suffice. Be very careful
with the caustic of potash, pr it will eat
too deep and make a sore.—.N. H. Far.
To- Evsovr SrumPs..—A correspon
dent of the _Rural Reglater states that
3fr. John Barnes, of Baltimore, removed
a troublesome stump from near his
house, in the following manner:
"Last falr, with an inch auger, he
lacireOthole in the center of the stump
ten inches deep, and Into - it pht about
half a pound of oil of vitriol, and corked
the hole up tight. This spring, the
whole stamp and roots, extending thi
all their ramifications, were so rotten
that they were easily eradicated."
If true, the above would be a cheap
method - of removing stumps. The sul
phuric acid can be bought forabout five
cents per pound.
EAT Youm. BROWN Bt‘E*.A_l) FTRST.-
It is a plain but faithful ,saying, " Eat
your brown bread first ;" nor is there a
better rale for a young man's outset in
the world. While you continue single,
you may live within as narrow limits as
you please; and it is then you must be
gin to save, in order to provide for the
more enlarged expenses of your future
family. Besides, a plain, frugal life is
then snpported most cheerfully ; it is
yibur Mina choice, and it is to be justified
on the best and most honest principleb
in the world; and you have nobody's
pride to struggle with, or appetites to
master, but your own. As you advance
in life and success, it will be expected
you-should give yourself greater indul
gence, and you may then be allowed to
do it oth reasonably and safely.
A MEDICAL tiNun.—Same twenty
years ago a farmer's barn in the vicini
ty of Worcester was struck'hy lightning
and burned to the ground. Many of the
citizens had gone to the fire, when a
fop, well strapped and dickied, with his
cap on one side of his head, met a cele
brated doctor and accosted him in this
wise : " Can you, ah, tell me, doctor,
how far they have succeeded in extin
guisbirsg• the conflagration of the, ah,
unfortunate yeoman's barn ?" The doc
tor eyed the individual attentively, and
dropped his head as usual for a moment,
and then slipping his thumb and finger
in his vest pocket, took out a couple of
pills and handed him,_ saying, " Take
these, sir, and go to bed ; .and if you do
not feel - any better in the morning s call
at my office."
The latest effuf; of the renowned
Artemus we have not yet seen in print.
It is said that being at one of the New
York churches recently, he electrified
the audience by his unexpected reply
to the preacher's text, which was as
follows: " - How are the mighty fall
en ?" After a short pause Artemus
looked up inquiringly and said meekly,
"I give it uRi" He thought it was a
Little Ella is about four years old.—
One day she committed an act of diso
bedience, and her mother in correcting
her spoke in no gentle tone of voice ;
the child threw her arms round her mo
ther's neck and.. ekclaimed " Dear
mamma, pray forgive me ! f I had
known how spunky it would make you,
I wouldn't have done so." .
There is as much difference between
poetry and fine verses, as between
the smellof a flower garden and a per
SELLING OFF AT REDUCED PRICS.
The undersigned would respectfully invite We
at tention of the public to his
LARGR AND CHOICE STOCK
GROCERIES ac PILOVISIO NS,
SUGARS; MOLASSES, SYMMS, • TEAS,
• COFFEE, SPICES, PORK,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, STONE & WOOD
. - -
EN WARE, YANKEE
All of which will be sold at greatly reduced pri
ces for CASH. Call and see for yourselves.
Wellaboro, Dec. 13, 1865. J. D. JONES.
11011.1sIGTON ie SONS, Manufacturers
of Revolvers, Rides, Muskets and Car-
In there days of housebreaking and robbery, ev
ery hour, start, bank and office, should have one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the late
improvements in pistols, and those of superior
workmanship and form, will find all combined in
the new REMIEGTOI4 REVOLVERS. Circulars COE
taiaing cats and description of our Arras, will be
fan:l4Ell°d npon - applieation.
f.E. REMINGTON lc SONS, Ilion, N. F,
MOORE b lizczoLs, Agents, No. 40, Ocructland
street, New York. asp 4 66
GOODS OitiV3PECIE iiIASIS
, T. L. BALDWIN & CD.,"
ts'lia . -
• TIOGA, PENN'A
FROM THIS DAY FORWARD, UNTIL
• - DISFOSRD OF,_
~ F " - '
WILL OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOOK
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND
CAPS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
For Ready 'Pay:
TIOG A, Feb. 27, 1866—tf
NEW MEAT MARKET
WU. TOWNSEND, AGENT.
Wholesale and' Retail Dealer it
FLOUR, PORK, HAMS, AND ORO
- 1VF—MaT.493398. ? ,
FRESH BEEF, MUTTON, BUTTER, &c.
Shop one Door South of Smith's Law Office
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1866-tf. y
I AM SELLING - OFF
My Stock of Goods
FIFTY PER CENT. LOWER
THAN THIRTY DAYS AGO.
son. CALL AND SEE 1 nag
Welleboro, Jan. 1,1888. 0. BULLARD
WHAT IS IT? WHAT IS IV-
What is it which is as marvelous as the magi
cian's art ?
What is it which the more you use it the better
you like it?
What is it that causes the lame to walk 1
What is it that eases the pains of rheumatism?
What is it that loosens the stiff joints?
What is this chemical compound that is called
an infallible remedy for Neuralgia, acting direct
ly upon thenerves and giving almost instant re
lief ; curing all sorts of aches and pains as if by
magic ? It is
S - ALUTIFE - R
Selling off now at Roy's Drag Store. [Feb. 14]
FARM POE SALE.—
Hear the residence of H. H. Potter in Mid
dlebury 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.
Wel/sboro D. C. Scudder on the premises, or S.
Bennett k Co., corner Canal .!E Second-eta., El
mira, N. Y. SOLOMON BENNETT.
Elmira, N. Y., Feb. 21,4366-2m*
FARM -FOR SAL.E.—A farm of 125 acres or
thereabouts is offered for sale, situate two
miles from Wellsboro, the county seat of this
county, and on the direct road to the lumbering
districts of Pine Creek. There is about sixty
acres improved, with a good house and bent, and
a number of good springs of water. The timber
land is covered with valuable timber, and the lo
cation for one that -wishes a good farm near a
thriving and enterprising village cannot be sur
passed. For further particulars, as to price,
terms, Ike., apply to C. E. Brewster, Wellsboro, or
to the subscriber at Corning, Steuben Co., N. Y.
March 7, 1886—tf. J. W. GUERNSEY.
EXECUTORS' NOTlCE.—Lettera Testamen
tart' having been granted upon the estate of
John Hamlin, late of Mansfield, deceased, the un
dersigned request all paymentst to be made, and
all claims to be presented to P. E. Smith, Esq.,
at his office in Tioga. WM. T. POST,
J. D. BALDWIN,
Elmira, N.Y., Mar. 28, '66-6t Executors.
A X , ABGB BTOCIC of PBBFUAIERY and
Ald& YAN KBE NOTIONS, for tale by P. B.
WiDizzy', No. 8 Union Block, WeUnbar% Pa.
Horse ad DIN Mors.
long and favorably
known, will than
by - strengthening
and cleansing UM
stomach mid Intes
It is a; sure we
venlive of all ells
ev,Ps inc. - Kent to
tEcriE 1 V ER, I
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TEMPER, FE- •,r
PERS, FOUNDER -
LOSS OF APRE
TITE AND VITAL
k , '
ENERGY, &c . Its , ,
use improves the
Sri nd, Increases
a smooth sad
transforms th e
miserable skeleton into ... a
fine-looking and spirited
~e E .;
the Lungs, Lir(
/ex., this arti(
By patting frc
me-belt a pal
to II paper in
will be eradicat
or entirely prey'
preventive and cL.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for
TRENGTH TO THE WEAK!
10 YOUTH TO THE AGED!!
This preparation is unequaled as a Rejuvenator and
Restorer of wasted or inert functions.
The aged should be certain to make the Biokrene a
household god, inasmuch 'ea it' ill render them youth
ful in feeling and in strength, and enable them to live
over again the daye of their pristine joy. It not only
exhilarates but ttrengthens, and is really an invaluable
blessing, especially to those who have been reduced to a
condition of senility, eelf abase, misf,ortnne, or ordin
ary siekneas. No matter what the cause of the impo
tency of any human organ, this superb preparation
will remove the effect at once and forever.
Mok r ew g cures Impotency, General Debility, Ner
vous incapacity, Dyspepsia. Depression, Lou of Appe
tite, Low Spirits, Weakness of the Organs of Genera
tion, Imbecility, Mental Indolence; Emaciation, Ennui.
It has a most delightful, desirable and novel effect on
the Nervoias System; and all who are in any way pros
trated by nervous disabilities are earnestly advised to
seek a cure in this most excel lent and unequaled pre
Persons who,by Imprudence, Dave lost their natural
vigor, will And a speedy and permanent curs is the 81-01111 ENE.
The Feeble, the Languid, the Dispairing, the Old
should give this valuable discovery a trial: it will be
found totally different from all other articles for the
same purposes. - ' •
To Tozooloo,—This preparation is invaluable in
nervous weaknesses stall kinds, as it will restore the
wasted strength with wonderful permanence.
It is also a grand tonic, and will give relief in Dys
pepsia, with the first dose. A brief persistence in its
use will renovate the stomach to , a degree of perfect
health. and banish Dyspepsia forever.
One Dollar per 'Bottle, or six Bottles for $5. sold by
Not only give immediate relief, but aro sure
to effect a permanent cure in Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint. They are not a purgative, and there
fore their use does not create a necessity for the
habitant use of Cathartics. They cause no sick
ness of the stomach, no griping of the bowels, and
are perfectly harmless to the most delicate.
They will immediately correct a Sour Stomach,
cure Flatulence, Heartburn, Sickness or pain in
the Stomach, Costiveness, Belching of wind, Liver
Complaints, Headache, and in fact all those disa
greeable and' dangerous symptoms of the disease,
which unfit one fur the pleasures and duties of
They are an agreeable and wholesome appe
tiser, without any of the injurious effects which
are sure to follow the use of stimulating "Bitter"
and 11l purgative medicines. By their purifying,
strengthening and invigorating power they are
'Sure to keep the digestive organs in a health - 3 , con
dition, thus preventing Costiveness, Diarrhoea or
Weak and delicate persons, who have been in
jured- by the use of powerful and purgatives,
fuid,them a mild, safe and sure restorer of the di
gestive organs to their original strength and vigor.
Prepared solely by the proprietor,
S. N. ROCKWELL,
B. E. Cor. 21st and Market Sts., Philad , e, Pa.
See that my Signature is on the face of the
box before purchasing. Beware nf spurious imi
W. D. TERBELL, Wholesale Agent, Cor
ning, N. Y. Sold by all Druggists- --
Corning, Sept. 20, 1865-Iy.
MANHOOD, Bow LOST, HOW RESTORIM--J1.15i
published, a new edition of Dr. Dulverwell's
celebrateil i essay on the radical cure (without
medicinerof Spermatorrlicea. or seminal weak
ness, involuntary seminal losses, impotency, men
tal and physical incapacity, impediments to mar
riage, etc.; also consumption, epilepsy and fits,
induced by self-indulgence or sexual extrava
gance. Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay
clearly demonstrates, from a thirtyyeers' success.,
ful practice, that the alarming censequences o
self-abuse may bo radically cured, without the
dangerous use of internal medicine or the appli
cation of the knife—pointing out a mode of cure
at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of
which eyerysi;fferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and
radically. 2 .7g3•• This lecture should be in the
hands of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in - a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, port paid, on receipt of six cents, or two
F . post stamps. Address the publishers, &
CHAS. J. C. KLINECO.,
-; natcm. - 127 Bowery, N.Y., p. office box 4,586.
March 28 1886-ly
CATARRH Cured for one Dollar !—Read !
IlL) For one dollar, per mail, I will send free to
any address, a recipe and medicine that I will
guarantee to cure the worst cases of Catarrh in
the lead or bronchial tubes, in a fow weeks. It
haS saved my life, and made me a well man from
Catarrh and a severe and dangerous bronchial
trouble I had sfiffered with for years. I tried the
best physicians, and all the advertised medicines
of the day, but found no relief till I obtained
this. I would give one hundred dollars for this
recipe and the medicine, if I now had the Ca
tarrh and could not obtain it for less. I believe,
if instructions are followed, it will cure any case
whatever, that has not already reached the lungs
and bocomo a settled consumption. Cure it while
yon can. Addreis T. P. BYMMES, No. 1527
Fulton et. New York. mar 28, 'Bl3-3m
VARBUSKIRK'S 8 0 Z OD ON T. for Oka
rung Teeth, for aslant the Drug Store of
P... 11. WILLIAMS.
reparation is invaLnalde.
improves the quality
of the milk. It has
been proven by ac
tual experiment to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty Inc
cent. and make the
butter firta and
sweet. In fattening
an appetite, looms
their hide, and
makes the= thrive.
R. A. FOUTZ ...Sz; 1330.,
WHOLESALE DUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 1.16 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Bah) by 'Druggists and Storekeepers through
out the United States.
..For'sale by John A. Roy, We'labor°
:q'` • , iiiii.,; - ,,eL_ .
1 Sto*es: stovettli '°-
MESSRS. GUNN & TUCKER-beg to
fo the citizen. of Tioga' County,
that in addition to their et.-talent Stuck of Stoves,
Tin-Ware. Brittaoia. nod Sheet-Iron Ware, they
have, at a great outlay, stocked their elute oa
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
with a couiplote assortmeut•of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following as doles i.
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, lIAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
I CARPENTERATOOLS. - 13 „
- PUMPV ES, -
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS. CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS. SKEINS, WASHERS
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
~ HANGINGS, CORN
- OU . TTAIE'I4Sir ffirfleEttS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR RANGING%
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stock
of Hardware. -
We invite the public tocail and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the beet quality of
goods'in our line ; and all work to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM ROBERTS.
Successors of Wm. Roberts.
Welleboro, Jon. 1 1865—tf.
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!!-
The undersigned begs leave to announce to
the people of Tioga County that be has estab
lished an agency in iyellsboro, for the well
ROME INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York
That be is prepared to Immures!' kinds of prop
erty upon as reasonable terms as can be bad in
any other responsible Companies, AND ISSUE
POLICIES without sending the application to
the General Office. This is one of the richest
Companies in the United States, having a
Cash Capital of $2,000,000,
besides the Assets which on the liter January,.
1865. amounted to $3,765,503 42
Lis.bilities. ..... 77,901 52
Its Officers are
,CHAS. J. MARTIN President,
A. F. WILWORTH Vice President,
JOHN McGEE Secretary;
J. H. WASHBORN ' Assistant Beey.
This Company has taken ont
A STATE LICENSE,
and monthly pays the per centage charged upon
its Receipts which is made necessary by the
laws of Pennsylvania, in order to make its poli
cies valid and binding upon the Company. All
policies issued by Companies which have nog
taken out a State license are declared null and
void, and the parties are liable to a heavy penal}
ty for so insuring. See Pardon's Digest, page
833. Sec. 21, 22, 23.
Wellsboro, Ang. 23,'83. W. H. SMITH.
C& N. TTAmMOND'S NURSKRY.-
Illiddlebntry, Tioga Co., Pa.,
Situated on the Plank Road, 4 miles from Tioga.
We are prepared to furnish 100,000 Fruit Trees
at the following prices :
Appletrees—large size, 25 cents at the Nursery;
3 5 :oonts delivered. Common 610,26 eanttrattbe
Neirsery, 25 Cents ,l delivered. Pear Truett, - Wets.
SUMIIER APPLES.—Burnham Harvest, Early
Harvest, Chenango Strawberry, 'Washington
Strawberry„ Red Astrachan, Summer Bellflower,
Summer Queen, Summer King, Sweet Bow, Sour
Few. APPLEs.—Fameuse, Gravenstein, Rambo,
Ribstou Pippin, Fall Pippin, Republican Pippin,
Hawley or Douse, Maiden's Blush, Large Wine,
Ladies' Sweating, Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet.
WINTER APPLES.—Baldwin, Bailey Sweet,
Black Gillflower, Blue Pearmain, American Gol
den Russet, Roxbury Russet,Rbode Island Green
ing, Esopue Spitzenburg, Swear, Sweet eillflOWOT
Sugar - Sweet, Honey Greening, Honey ' Sweet:
Pound Sweet, Pound Sour, Peck's Pleasant,,Tall
man Sweet, Tompkins Co. King, Wagner.
Pnaus.—Bartlett, English Jargonelle, Bleaker's
Meadow, Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Seckel, Beurre Amalie, Golden Beurre,Plemish
Beauty, Olout Marceau, Lawrence.
Also—Siberian Crab, Qiiinces, and Grape roots
—several varieties. - C. .4 N. HAMMOND.
Middlebury, Tioga CO, Pa., Jan. I, 1888-Iy.
ITE - LADIES' FAVORITE. TILDRbPS
Concentrated Liquid Blueing for Blueing
clothes, for coloring, and for ink.
Six good reasons why it sells so rapidly:
Because it is better than any other kind.
Because it is the cheapest kind of laundry blue
Because it contains no acid, or anything that
injures clothes or maltes-them yellow.
eakedse it does not o:clothes, or make them
Because it itpso
Because it makes a perfect blue ink when the
directions on thii bottle use followed. • '-
Prepared by A. B. Tilden, Dansville, N. Y.
For sale by John A. Roy, Wellsboro, Pa.
TICROLS PERUVIAN BARK & PROT
OXIDE OF IRON, for sale by ,
[ian. 3l , ' 6 6.] BORDEN BROIL, Tioga.
KEROSINE LAMPS at
- ROY'S DRUG STORE.
TOB-WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE, and
V with dapatob, at THE AGITATOR Office:
'.21 7 0 - ki•itri r
To L'iletilritarsids. - •
T HE li - NDERSKINED having had - con.
sidernikla ixparivirea Foeurstig Pension.
Bounties and-Bac - 31411y of Soldiersorill , _attend
to allintajiioss . isi that line entrusted to hiS - e.are
with promptness and fidelity; • ALL SOLDIERS
discharged by taaibil of wounds are entitled to f
the $lOO bounty.
Pensions, Bounties, and arrears of pay, col
lectedby the undersigned.
Persons wishing to confer with me will please i
call or address me by letter at Sylvania, Brad
ford county, Pa. Charges reasonable. GEO.
- " P. MONRO.
Refer§ by permission to
H. B. aard,,Conoty Troalarer, Wellaboro, Pa
D. P. Poideroy, Troy, Pa.
A. U. Spa tali*, Sheriff, Towsida Pa.[April 1
Tc NOXV L L E FOUNDRY.-
HELD QUARTERS OF THE IRON BRIGADE
AUGUST IST, 1866
Special Notice is hereby given to Returned
Soldiers; rep:woad skedaddlers, those Rahle to
draft 'and to exempts; that the' War is now ended
and so should
RIGS PRICES END
Allyill-take •nottoe that we .are prepared to
larva those wanting any thing in our line on
abort notice and at _ _
We would call Utdsulioa ,to a few of this ar
ticles of our manufacture.
' ' TAE PEOPLE'S FRIEND COOK 827 E
is still in great favor with those desiring an
ELEVATED OVEN COOS STOVE.
Oar PARLOR, BOX, & COAL STOVES
&sieve fittemtion befempprehasing elsewhere.
Our IRON ti - WOOD" BtAM PLOWS
ate as good-as any if not better.
We world call particalar attention to our
am we airaonitdant that they cannot be excelled
made and repaired on abort notice.
We flaccid to keep_ up with the improvemints
of the times.
Try no and be convinced
TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
J. P. BILES,
Knoxville, August 2, 1865.
R EYNOLDS'S TUBRINB WATER-wuzzLe
The undersigned has been appointed Agent for
the sale of these celebrated wheels, which are be
lieved to have proved to be the moat powerful and
economical in the use of water of any wheel now
Applications by letter or otherwise promptly
attended to, and mills visited, wheels set up, and
warranted, and Millwright work done in my usu.
al thorough manner. G. PUTNAM.
Tioga, Pa., Jan, 10, 1860-3 m
- t han es . C. N. DART T,
-virouLD say to the public that ha is perma
nently located in Wellaboro, (Office at his
residence, nlr the Land Office and Episcopal
Church) whehe will continue to do all kinds of
work confided to his care, guaranteeing complete
satisfaction where the skill of the Dentist can
avail in the Management of cases peculiar to the
calling. He will furnish
set on any material desired.
FILLING & EXTRACTING TEETH,
attended to on shortest notice, and done in the
best and most approved style.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT RAIN
by the the use of Amasthetics which are per
fectly harmless, and will be administered in every
cue when desired.
Wilber°, Jan. 1, 1865-Iy.
MIS. A. J. SOFIELD WISHES TO
inform her customers that she is now re
ceiving from New York, a tine assoetment of
. MILLINERY GOODS,
which has taken much care in selecting. La
dies *Mind a superior quality of
Infants' Hoods. Dress Caps, fine linen Handker
chiefs and everything in the Millinery line.
Jac. 1, 1866.-tf
EXITED STATES HOTEL.
Main Street, WelLibor°, Pa.
D. G. RITTER, PROPRIETOR.
Having leased this popular hotel property,
(lately occupied by Mr. Nelson Austin) I shall
endeavor to make it truly the traveler's home.—
Personal attention will be given to the table,
the comfort of guests will be a prime object.
The stables will be under the care of an experi
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1866-ly.
(Corner Main 4.4 greet and the Avenue.)
B. B. HOLIDAY, Proprietor.
THIS le one of the most popular Houses in
the county. This Rotel is thit principal
Stage-house in Wellaboro. Stages leave daily
as follows :
For Tioga, at 9 a. in.; For Troy, at 8 a. m.;
For Jersey Shore every Tuesday and Friday at
2 p. tn.; For Coudersport, every Monday and
Thursday at 2 p. in.
STAGES ARRIVE—Prom Tioga, at 121-2 o'clock
p.m.: From Troy, at 6 o'clock p. in.: From Jer
sey Shore, Tuesday and Friday 11 a. in.: From
Coudersport, Monday and Thursday Il a. in.
N. B. Timmy Cowden, the well-known host
ler, will be found on hand.
Wellaboro, Jan. 1, 1866-Iy.
WOOLEN FACTORY FOR SALE.—Situated
in Welbiboro, Tioga, County Pa. Said
Factory has a Roll Carding Machine, a Spinning
jack, two power looms,:picker, and Fulling Mill,
—all in good order. the Factory has a good 5
horse-power steam engine and water-power by
which it may he driven,
Also—ono 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 unsurpassed in the county, and
the run of custom large. For further particulars
inquire of JACOB EfILTBOLD,
Wellsboro, Feb. 21. 1888-4 t. _
sMir. 'Corning Journal,' 'Elmira; Advertiser,'
and Addison Advertiser,' publish S times and
send bills to this office for collection.
THE MASON Sr lIAMLIN'S CABINET
OttGANS' forty different styles, adapted to
sacred and secular music, for $BO to $BOO each.
'Thirty-Five Gold or Saver Medal., or other drat
premiums awarded them. Illustrated Catalogues
sent free. Address, MASON & HAMLIN, Boo
tan, or MASON BROTHERS, New 'York.
A,TOTICE.—AII persons indebted to us by note
1.11 or Book Account will please call and settle,
as we are about closing up for a. STRICTLY cash
WRIGHT & BAILEY..
Weßober°, Jan. 31, .1846.
PATTY A WINDOW GLASS at
BOY'S DRUG STORE
PII_ RE GINGER a t
ROY 13 DRUG STORE.
NEW PALL AND WINTER GOODS!SULBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU,-
L i; •
PEOPLE'S STORE, in Corning!
FILL IND WINTIM GOODS,
adapted to the best trade of this places nd richt
ity, and shall be co/Moistly receiving suet. •ad
&Mons to our stock as the varied encase!' our
numerous customers shall demand.
Our Suck coriairto in part orouir usual variety of
a larger etoek of Mourning and other Drees
Goods than ever before, among which are a large
BEAVERS, DOESKINS, A SACKINGS,
for Ladies' Cloaks and ornaments to trim them
RED, BLUE, GREY, YELLOW, WHITE,
PLAIN er, TWILLED, OPERA
SHAW LS,for Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts, •
of every variety, among which are
ALEXANDER'S KIDS, BUCK MITTS,
soovi, suoics, do Rummies,
Among which are the Arctic Rubber, a new and
very nice at tide.
Our facilities for BUYING GOODS are UN
SURPASSED by any in this section, and we
wish it understood that
We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by
quality !f . Goods considered, whatever others
may say bout it, and in proof of this we, ask en
EXAMINATION of our GOODS and PRICES,
promising ourselves not to get angry for show
ing Goode when no purchase is made. We shall
give our customers the FULL BENEFIT OF
ANY DECLINE in the Market should there be
any, and should Goods advance we shall be com.
pelted to follow. We shall continue the system of
We tender oor thanks to the citizens of Tiuga
Co., who have patronized us and would respect
fully invite those who have never done 90 to call
and see us. Store opposite the Dickinson !louse
on Market Street, three doors west of the corder,
and two doors east of Hungerford's Bank.
WINTER GOODS FOR THE MILL•
ion at No. 2, Union Block.
Has lately returned from New York with a splen
did assortment of
DRY GOODS, READY-MADE.. CLOTH
ING, BOOTS & SHOES, GLASS•
WARE, HATS & CAPS,
GROCERIES, DOMESTICS, WOODEN
WARE, ENGLISH CLOTHS,
- LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
KiNTUCKY JEANS, FRENCH CASSI
MERES, FULL CLOTHS.
Attention is called to his stock of Black and
Figured Dress Silks, Wonted Goods,
Merinos', Black and Figured
Detainee, Long and
Ladies' Cloth, Opera Flannels, de., &e., &c., &e.
- - Purchasers will find that
No. 2, Union Block, Main Street,
is the Owe to buy the best quality of Goods at
the lowest prices. JEROME SMITH.
Welisboro, Jan. 1, 1866.
DEERFIELD WOOLEN FACTORY.
THE UNDERSIGED having purchased
the well known Woolen Factory of Messrs.
E. A B. S. Bowen on the Cowanesque River,
miles east of Knoxville, takes this method of
informing the-inhabitants of Tioga and adjoining
Counties that he will manufacture wool by the
yard or on shares to suit customers, into
FLANNELS, CASSIMERES, DOE-SKINS,
FULL CLOTHS, of all kinds.
The machinery has been thoroughly repaired
and new machinery added thereto, also an im
proved new wheel which will enable him to work
the entire season. He will pay particular tten-
Roll Carding dr. Cloth Dress ng,
which will be done in the neatest possible man
ner, having added one new Roll Machine, will
enable him to dispatch and accommodate people
from a distance. 110,v/weld farther say that he
has carried on the business in manufacturing
wool for farmers in Bradford and adjoining
counties for the past twenty years; he therefore
can warrant all work and satisfy his customers,
using nothing in manufacturing but genuine
wool. JOSEPH INGHAM.
Deerfield, Jan. 1, 1886-Iy.
CALL AND SEE.
THE attention of the Farmers and every
body else in Charleston and Covington town.
ships, are hereby notified, that the store at Cherry
Flatte will be kept open where they can procure
a full assortment of
DRY GOODS i• GROCERIES,
WHEAT and BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, RICE,
Mackerel, eke., constantly on band. Give us a
Cherry Matt*, Jan. IT, 11168-3 m.
L. E. ROCKWELL.
(Sept. /3, 1865-Iy.)
At Reduced -Prices,
A N Assortment of TABLE GLASSWARE
will be found at ROY'S DREG STORE.
We now bare on bind an unusually,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
TN GOOD COLORS,
AT 01.00 PER YARD.
A good stock of
Cloths and Cassitneres,
to be sold by the yard or made ap-to order.
FLANNELS OF EVERY VARIETY.
HOSIERY. AND GLOVES,
DRY GOOD& Ste
One Price and Ready Pay,
which is steadily growing in favor.
SMITH k WAITE,
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1885
AT J. R. BOWEN'S,
Jan. 10, 1866
II ELIWIIROLD'I9 BITCH U
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF THE
KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF THE
BLADDER, STRANGURY OR
For diesa diseases it is truly a sovereign rem.
edy, and too much cannot be said in its praise—
A single dose hits been known to relieve the
most urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing Fain in
the small of the back and through the hips?
A teaspoonful a day of Ifelmbrald's Buchn trig
PHYSICIANS AID OTHERS
I make no secret of ingredients. Eelmbold't
Extract Buchn is composed of Bne . ba. Cubets,
and Juniper Berries, selected with great care,
prepared in vacua and recording So rnles or
PHARMACY AND CHRMISTRY
These ingredients are known as the most Tat
nable Diuretics afforded_ ,
Is that which acts upon the kidneys
MW! ' 7MM.7 ' W.TM
Is pleasant in taste and odor, free from all la*
'bus properties, and immediate in its action.
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL;
See Medical Properties contained in Dispensa
tory of the U. S., of which the following is a cor
rect copy :
BUCHU.—Its odor is strong, diffusive, sad
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and an
alogous to that of mint. It is given chiefly In
complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Grav
el, Chronic Catarrh of the bladder, Morbid Ir
ritation of the Bladder and Urethra, Diseases of
the Prostrate, and Retention or the Incontinence
of Urine, from a loss of tone in the parts con
cerned in its evacuation. It has also been re
commended in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheuma
tism, Cutaneous Affections, and Dropsy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
See Professor Deweas' valuable works on the Nan
tire of Physic.
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Nip
is, of Philadelphia.
See any and all Standard Works on Medicine.
IN TOE WORLD.
Ism acquainted with H. T. Habib°ld; heteettu
pied the drug store opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting the business where
others had not been equally Cu befure him. I
have been favorably impressed with his character
(Pinta of Powers I Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
(From the PAilada Evening Butlesiu, diaerh to.]
We are gratified to bear of the continued sac-
case, in New York, of our townsman, Mr. H.
T. 'llelmbold, Druggist. His store, next to the
Metropolitan Hotel, is 28 feet front, 230 feet
deep, and Ave stories in height. It is certainly
a grand establishment, and speaks favorably of
the merit of bis articles. He retains bis Office
and Labratory in this city, which are also model
establishments of their class.
The proprietor has been induced , to mato
this statement from the fact that his remedies,
although advertised, are
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from
using any thing pertaining to Quackery, or the
Patent Medicine order—most of which are pre
pared by self styled Doctors, who are too ignorant
to read a physician's simplest prescription, mach
less competent to prepare pharmaceutical prepar
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sales, such as copy
ing parts of advertisements of popular remedies,
and finishing with certificates.
The Science of -Medicine stands MOLE.
PURE. and MAJESTlC,—having Fact for its
Basis, Induction for its Pillar, Truth 310n0 for
A WORD OF CAUTION
Health is most important; and the afflicted
should not use an advertised medicine, or any
remedy, unless its contents or ingredients ire
known to others besides the mannfacteser, or
until they are satisfed of-the qualifications of the
party so offering. •
FLUID. EXTRACT BUCHII,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Established upwards of 16 years
Prepared by H. 7'. HELMB OLD.
HELMI3OLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadicay, New For
And- HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth Strut, Philadelphia. Pa.
SOLD BY ALL DRIIGGIST§.
October 11, IsBs-1v
Silin6o4) ail:M l : ra p o:a 6 r e wan :l7ll2 o 5. 1 '
lug Machines. Three new kinds. Upper and a; ,16
Teed. Warranted five years. Above sa/ary ar large c." , °;
missions paid. The only machines sold in the Caltf'
Stites for lees than $4O, which are Ally liecn.. l -I
Howe, Wheeler ef• Witten, Grocer d Baker. Strati' j.
Cs., and Bocksleier. Xi other cheap machines are . 3 '
fringeasents, and the teller or user are liable to ar"','
jiine, and itaprisonesent. Circulars free. Address. or ,
upon ahem & Clark, Bichleihrd, Maine.
*goA MONTBS--41£338tTS wanted for ns
gnaty new artletes, just out. Addreas.O.
(4.11.1tET, City Building, Biddstbrd, Mains.