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Vaal ? Al lord .
WEDNESDAY - APRIL 25, 1866
C o urt.Proclarnation.
Farm for iiale—lra Briggs. ,
B a ir•l)ressing—Dorsey ct, Johnson.
Piles of Goods—C. S. Mather, Lawrenceville
In Divorce—Jones vs—lobes.
New Yons: Xibute.eirs.—There is no essential
change in the market prices from those published
Le i f week. - New Matter beat':'aditinccii tiro cents
per poand. Beef has declined somewhat. Pork
Mr B. B. HOLIDAY; baying purchased the ho.
tel property lately. occupied by .1. W. BIGONEY ;
it refitting and refurnishing the house and will
open it to the public cot an early day.
Bostsess Cas.asr..—Mr. S. F. Shail.lin has
disposed of his Barber Shop to lie;srs: Dorsey
Johnson, late of Elmira. Mr. Sbaiblin wes,au
excellent barber s and gave good satisfaction.—
RiE 812CCe2811111 are men who, understand .their
business, and we bespeak for them a generous pa
CORIIECTION..—We are requested by Dr. Hum
phrey, our member of the Legislature; to say that
*0;111 to prevent hunting deer with dogs in
Charleston township, though objected off the cal
endar as stated last-week, waeatteiward taken up
A nd passed by the Senate. It is therefore a law.
'Hunters will take notice.
A BAD Pa.scrics.—Ttie firing of guns and
pistols within the borough' limits is becoming
alarmingly frequent much to the annoyance of
i ipeaceable citizens. There is a. stringent ordi-
LISITICO prohibiting this dangerous - practice, and
imposing a fine upon the 'offenders._ This ordi
nance will he strictly enforced upon complaint
made, and the boys will do well to abandor the
practice at once.
Mr. Editor :—The inhabitants of South Charles
ton met at the house of Wm. J. Richards, Feb.
19, 1866, and donated of good second-and clo.
thing, valued at $39 75, and 's6 in cash, which
,sts sent to the prow officers in New _Forks.:for
the succor of the freedmen.
By request of this donors.
_publish the Pooi House law next
peek, if possible. The certified copy has not
come to hand, bat we have weepy, not altogether
correct, verbally, we euspect, which pill—give the
people-a fair idea of the Evart - of the law.
GOOD FOR POTTER.—Under a law passed last
month, no license to sell liquors can be issued in
Potter county. Happy Potter! The beauty of
the thing is, that the majority of the people there
asked for the law.
COETNTY SUPERINTENDENTS.7-A law passed last
winter takes the power of fixing the salaries-of
Superintendents from the Directors, and grades
salaries as follows : $5OO per annum for the first
100 schools in the county 5- $4OO for the second
hundred, and $3OO for the third hundred. Thus,
two htuadred schools give a salary of $9OO, three
hundred schools $l2OO salary.
Street Commissioner Harrison has consteucted
a neat footwalk acrou the creek at the upper eta
P. Donaldson is second on the list of
those who are "-mending their ways" on Main
:street. The prospect of extensive improvements
in that direition is flattering. -
That pertdotiuf Ring streekhounding the Rec
tory grounds on the southwest, is being greatly
improved,.and anew and substantial sidewalk- is
being laid - from Mr. Wm. Bache's corner to - the
south corner of the lot of Mr. U. 0. Stiles. To
the energy and enterpritie of Mr. Stilee. who is
"guilty of a skin a little darker than our own,"
this step in the march of improvement is chiefly
Mr. FOLEY has just received another - lot of
American watches, comprising the several grades.
If you want a reliable, time-piece, now is the;
time to pure/rase it.. .
Hs is 'also the agent fora new and elegant .
Lamp, in which use, beauty and entire safer" ate
happily combined. You can Fee one in operation
any evening at his counter. It is the handsom
est illuminator ever brought into this market. '
A NEW PAPER.—The new organ of the " De
mocracy" of Tiogia—The Herald of the Union,—
made its - appearance on ilanday. It is neatly
printed and makes a very creditable appearance.
Its Wills, thattgh mildly declared, are not,
such as naturally excite our sympathy; but that
our political opponents need an organ is too...evi
dent to be disputed. The editor has done his
part welt. If the party do nut come forward to
his support with alacrity and liberality it will
richly deserve the punishment of "the second
death." Mr. C. IL REELER, late 'of Owego. is
the editor and proprietor. -
FOR MONTANA.-A large company of young
men have started for the for West, from Wellsboro
end vicinity, within the last month. .01 those
whose names occur to us we menden the follow
ing • Messrs. ti. W; Navel, W.B. White, F. Tru.
men, J. Donovan, Alonzo Johnson, IL A. Sears,
Chester Kimball, David Bacon, C A. Deane, R.
Duryea, Samuel Reese, and E. Mc Inroy.
Mott of these are bound for Montana, though
tome will stop in Kansas, and possibly some may
locate in Missouri. We wish them success.
ABOrT Mortar.—Eternse all notes on Maine
banks Refuse Oli City and Crawford county
money, unless - it be of National Banks in those
places. Do nu t , sacrifice Venango Bank, and Pe
troleum Dank otes, as they are good for State
tares It their face.
The notes of the2iationel,Bankshare not been
extensively counterfeited its fffowever, ex
"ape all the imitation of which has been
pretty Wetl done' The spurious are darker than
the genuine, and the work coarser. Always care
fully examine notes of large denominathins.
Haft, SPUISoI--Supremely blest in his earthly
estate is he who can look upon the dawning love
liness of Springrapart from the harassments of
the bassinets of life; who awakes to the morning
tong of the birds, and experiences an indescrib
able uplifting of the soul as be gots./ forth to be
hold the glories of daybreak and inhales the air
ell leavened viith vernal softness. For this is the
way inwlAch-the ilieatiir intended lfis rational
creatures to live—alive to the beauty of His uni
verse, and exalted by its unpretending grandeur
wed surpassing loveliness.
We desire to get very - near to our readers in
this matter of nature culture; to take them en
tirely away from the daily strifes of living and
working, an from the pursuit of the objects of
desire and iknoble ambition. Because none of
at can rightly claim exemption from ambitions
which more or lets disfigure the record of our
lives. We wleh to so draw item away from the
*online of labor, and sit them facing the golden,
the never to be forgotten'tiene, when their Euule
were unclouded, and receptive to the inspirations
of the fleeting seasons, and kept time with the
longs of birds 'and brooks, and,the great, wran
alg world, of which some of us have our fill, was
se *traps is the base of_ distance, that we deemed
It less - rent than the fairy stories in which our
ilccentimethers eh:if:11 1 13o,
- wini, 'you - to retorts 'With U 6 and live again
=though transiently—in that dreitmy age. It
is our very city of reface from the stern oppress
or, CARX. When overcome with the heat and
dust of csinflict for Right, when the_future seetas
wrapt in'slooru as with a garment, and the labor of
an earl:Hist lifetime seems about to come to nought
through the weakness of incapability and tjse
designs of the had,—then it is good to enter the
ever open gates of this city of refuge.
ItettUrn. Do yen remember the return of the
swallows I ' and 'the first greeting of the bane-bird?
how his long broke forth with the silver stream
ers of morning, and rose higher, and higher,-un
til the east was all aflame? And you, then a
farm boy, as you bounded over the green pasture
land, in quest of the cows,—are you ashamed to,
remember how you stopped in your quest, fairly
entranced ;with the gushing song of the catbird,
until,Moved•by uncontrolable impulse, your soul
gushed out in improvisation and bathed itself 'in
rivulets of song ?
There ivai a time when we all, country-bred,
wandered in the early spring in fields carpeted
witli : 'hues more brilliant than royal Ayers ever
produced, and sown with jewels which eclipsed
the costliest gems in the crowns of kings. And
who of usisits forgotten - how the inspiration of a
morning 'walk in that taldSn time became an all
day ecstasy ? how it softened our hearts toward
each otker,..and_toward every living thing? how
the recoHection of this springtime beauty abode
with us through minter, tempering its blasts and
softening its rigors?
Therefore it is well to live over this -precious
past in rearospection; for, as its inspirations up.
lifted and bettered us then, so the enjoyment of
recollection must pluck many a thorn from our
pathways, and smooth the pillow of feverish care.
So we exhort all to return to the golden age oftei
-+to the-age when- the soul was-receptive to na
ture's highest teachings—that none of us may
become so sodden and selfish as not to attune our
souls to the music of the triumphal march of the
.Charleaton, April Btb, at, the ham - of the
'bride's father, by Rev. G. P. Watrone, Mr. Deal
us EL /WTOIEIEI and Miss DELILA.O B. HALL,
both of Charleston.
[We welcome this new recruit into-the rank& of
the army of St. Bonedick, and. wish the pair a
long life and a happy one:—Eni]
D. G. EDWARDS
tam now prepared to show a goOd stook
of new patterns of Carpets, snob as Tapestry
Brumells, Hartford Co., 3 ply, Superfine - and Su
per Ingrains, Philadelphia Union Ingraini,
Ilemps at the lowest market rates. I think
the Patterns will hi found very doldribla, afeo a
new stock of Dress' Gooch - .ko. See regular ad
RULES FOR HOUSE-CLEAR - M.—The following
rules ought to be observed by all good tonsewives
engaged in honsts-cleaning:
1. Do your scrubbing on a warm day, so as to
2. Select a windy day op which to shake car
3. Visit Young's Book Store and select from
his FIFTY-sous different patterns of Wall Paper,
something &bat will suit your own bate--and
4. Examine Young's stock of Window Shades,
cloth, and paper, gilt and plain • also, window fix
tures, cord, tassels and borders. Ho sells all
these 20 per cent_ch_saper Own )ast. your. _
5." After your papers and
_borders are put on,
adorn your walls with a few fine pictures. Young
has a flue ussortrnent of both pictures and frames.
April 11, '86.-3t
Cough, Cold, or Sore Throai l
REQUIREIi IMMEDIATE ATTENTION, AND SHOULD DE
CHECKED. IF ALLOWED TO CONTINIIF;
Irritatitai Rf—the _Lunge, .12„ Permanent Throat
Affection, or an Incurable Lung Macau
IS OFTEN 'THE RESULT.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
HAV-INO ; DMECTINFIXENCE TO TUE PARTS, 1611.`4
For - ,qrattchitfof, ,4ethmq,, Catarrh, go itemrptits
and Throat Dina tee,
TRU OCHES ARE USED WITH ALWAYS GOOD SUCCESS
_Singers and. Speakers
will 6nd Trachea useful in clearing the voice when
taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving
the throat after an Unusual exertion`of the vocal
organs. The Trachea are recommended and pres
cribed by Physicians, and have luid testimonials
from eminent men thronghoutthe country. Being
an article of true merit, and having proved their
efficacy by a test of many years, each year finds
them in new localities in various parts of the
world, and the Trochee are universally pronoun
ced better than othessarticles.- =
and do not take any of the IVorthlees Imitations
that map. be offered. - '
Sold everywhere in the United States, and in
Foreign Countries,(at 35 ceilts.per box.
ITCEI i ITCH!! ITCH'
SCratch Scratch ! .
Will Cure the Itch is 48 Boor®.
Also cures SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHIL;
BLAINS, and all Eruptions of the Skid. Price
50 cents. For sale by all Druggists. -
For Sale by John A. Roy, Wellsboro, Pa. .".
By sending 60 cents to %VEERS t. POTTER,
Sole Agents ' 170 Washington street, Boston
111888., it will be forwarded by , mail, free of post,.
age, to any part of the United States.
RRORS OF YOUTH.-A Gent/en:tan who suffered
J1.:4 for years from Nervops Debility-, Premature Decay
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion; will, for the
sakelof suffering humanitbl, send - free to all who , need
it, tbe recipe and directions for making the siurpleivm
..edy by which he was cured. -Sufferers wishing to profik
byille advertiser's experience can do so by addressing
JOAN B. OGDEN, 13 Chambers-St., N. X.
Tan. 31, '66--ly.
CONSUMPTIVES.—The advertiser, having . beeri
restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple
rethedy, after having suffered for several years with - a
severe lung affection and that dread disease, Confuting ,
tion—ls anxious to make known to his fellow•suffererti
the means of cure.
To all who desire ft, be will send a copy of the Pro
scription used, free of charge, with the directions for
preparing-and using the same, which they will find s
etae cure for Continuption,.Astbma.l3ronchltis.Cottghs
and Colds, and all throat and lung affections. The only
object of the advertiser in sending the Pi escrintiortis
to benefit the afflicted and spread inhumation which he
conceives to be invaluable, and he -hopes every sufferer
will try 24..uniedy, as It will cost them nothing and,
may prove a I.iessi ng. Parties triahing the prescription'
ram by return mail,. will please address Rev. RD
WARD A. WILSON, Williantsbiarg, Rings Co. N. Y.
Van. SI. '6G-1.y.3
THE CONFESSIONS .- EXPERIENCE OF AN IN
' VALlD.—Published for the benefit and as a caution
to young men and others, who suffer from Nervous De
bility. Premature Decay of Manhood, Ae., supplying at
the tame time the torsos of self-cure. By one who has
cored himself after undergoing considerable quackery.
By enclosing a postpaid addressed envelope, single cop
ies, free of charge,may be had of 'the author. " -
NATIIANLEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings Co
N. Y. Clan. 31. '65-Iy.l
ITTIANGE. BUT TRUE.—Every young ladyand gun
tionian in She United Statoacart hear somOhirig to
their athantage by retrial mail (free of charge) by ad
slre..s,lng the undersigned. Those having fears of being
h n tab agir,ed will please oblige hy not noticing this card.
All others will please address tbeir obedient servant,
THOS. F. CLIAPMAis.i.
Jan. 31, '613-Iy. 831 Broadway, New York.
G ENT s ANTEL.—To sell the Great American
/I._. Puzzles, the cheapest mod Most woudrfta ,puPties
of - the age. - Agents can readily' make from VLO to $2O
! per day. I will give any agent $lOO it he will sell
50,000. Send 30 cents fur sett of puzzles. All orders
bent by mail free. PHILIP HILL, importer of fancy
g0...d0, • " 9 Market street, Philadelphia, Pa. Ladies'
Needle Bout, containing 100 of the best needles, sent
by mail onirecelpt of 5u cents. aplB—lm
1r) AIN ANNIHILATOR.—Any ono whitings
I supply Of Wolcott's Instant Pain Auniblia
t.r, at whuletale or retail, will be furnbibed by'
calling at Tuner's drug stare in . the village of
'Bop, - April 25.—/t 0 -
MARRIAGES. -, ;-_
J. A. PARSONS,
l AM Noir - etFY,ERINGBAA GAINS
- English 'Prints, -
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.Plain - A IVO.
Striped 41pa cap,
Plaid Poll de Chen -es
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Figured, f , -
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Spring Go tiri~s;
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Shirtingsi 4 g ‘.'
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-',-,;:.-,nooti',...4iiiio; , ,
' ths Atteation, "of a 4 buyers - of
dry goods to my new stork ; assuring them
that I intend - to give them the fun value of
their mousy, and aeon good-assortment of
new aril seasonable gods to.seleet from. ,
tßityumEgy, GLASS, PUTTY,
• `OILS, PAINTS. VARNISHES;
Pll WINE & MINORS
y _ ....
All,aeleeted,with great care, warranted to be
and bought in iuoh quantities that they :eau al_
. ways be sold at
THE LOWEST MARKET PALES.
par Quality Is of .the (fret importance in med
pit: Prices reduced to sulk the market.
Always call before you - purchase elsewhere
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
-DUES, & COLORING MATERIALS
h wititent doubt die most complete and extensive
to be Nand in'•this part of tb - State.
The stock of glass is also 'extensive, comprising
Window glass, all sizes, -
'Prenell'glass forPictures,' - -
Mister glass, plates for. of frames,
dint glassriare for I.lWtable
in fact, it to impossible to enumerate. All sorts
Of.asticles made of Glass and sold at Drugitems;
can be found at Roy's. ' •
Roy's stock of pure Wines and Liquor - 8 for Me
dicinal purposes hesiong been known to the phy
sicians of this county. Theft* Liquors are of the
purest and best quality, selected with great care,
and expressly for medical - use. Perfumery and
Soaps of all kinds,
SODA "S CREAM' TARTAR, SALERA
TUS, GINGER, NUTMEGS, SPICES,
- ""CLOVES, PEPPER,
WRITING PAPER, INK, PENS, PEN-
CILS, YANKEE NOTIONS AND
a pure and reliable article, perfectly safe to use.
Lasts much longer than the poorer qualities. It
will be sold at Roy's as cheap us the cheapest. :t
carat:iffy and accurately compounded from pure
and reliable medicines. jar- Orders ,by mall
promptly attended to. -
WELL TO-DAY, SICK TO-MORROW.—
Srh is the experience of thousands. Few
enjoy oogtinuous health. To what does the occa
sional invalid attribute his uncertain condition?
Notlo himself, of course. He lays the blame on
the elletOte. perhaps. It. is too hot, or too. cold, or
too *imp, or too dry, or too variable, But doU
be take..the proper course to fortify bia. 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 heat, or such violent cold, or such sudden
vicissitudes. ' Why thou does he not resort to the
great Tonic and Preventive, which. if it will not
make 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, arid liable - to ho prostrated by every change of
temperature, will become ease-hardened, as it
*ere; and, almost impervious to climatic Moen
cos. It is to this preventive principle - that Hos-
Txrren's Birrsits owe their great popularity in
the'West. Indies, British America and • Australia.
J... - , r
VISOLVENT NOTICE.—In the matter of the
j; application . of A. J. 1c E. R. Webster for the
benefit of the insolvent laws:
,Take notice, that A. T. k E. R. Webster, of
Mansfield; Tioga county, Pu., have applied to the
Court of Common Pleas of Tioga county.for the
benefit of the insolvent laws I and that the Court
has fluid upon the fourth Monday of May next;
at two o'clock P. M, of said day, as the time for
'the bearing.of the petitioners and their dreditairs,
at the Court Houso in Wellsboro.
A. J.. S , E. R. WEBSTER.
.March 30, 1366.—ap 11
MILECTION OF TRZSTEES.—Tb. stock
-3211 VOlders 0. the State Normal School of the
fftthtiietiict, are requested to meet at the Normal
Nallding, in Manifie "on the first Monday in
"liiity 7 ;nt two lifelock P. M, for the purpose et
'electing Trustees for the ensuing year.
S. B..ELLIOTT, Presq. •
P. 'A. ALLEN, Sec'y. April 16,'66.-3t
4ta134/TOR'S - NOT/CU.—The undersigned
.Itoving Atm appointed an Auditor to make
a ttibation of. the money collected- in the case
of the - Commonwealth vs. William Britton .ct.. al.,
he 'Pill attend to the duties ,of his appointment,
14. /de office in Wellaboro, on Friday the 11th day.
or May,. 1866, ut 10 o'clock A. H.
, A. NICHOLS, Auditor.
Nolloboro, April 18, 1866;-3t
AME I PLASTER 1,.-The undersigntd
tiellL be prepared to furnish the farmers of
Vega, polarity with fresh ground Plaster, as soon as
navigation opens, at their mill near Mansfield.
C. El. OWENS & CO.
Mansfield, March 28, 'BB-ti ,
LETTERg OF ADMINISTRATION having
been granted to
_the undersigned, on the es
tate.of William L. Soule, late of Farmington. ) de
ceased, those indebted to the estate will pleads(
mike iusitediate pnyrpent. and those having
claims agiinst the.satuo will present them for set
tlement .to - JOIIN., C. ROBB, Adrer.
' Farmington, April 4, 1866.-60
EMOVAL.—MRS. A. J. SOPIELD has re
moved her Millinery Booms to thebailding
opposite the Post Office, where she is no* receiv
ing goods from New York. • •
Bonnets ,k Hats repaired and cleaned in the
host manner and most approved styles. I -
T -BITERS OF ADMINISTRATION having
jj bean granted on the estate of Morris Knapp,
deceased, late of Lawrence township, all persons
indebted: to said estate are requested to make im
mediatapayment, and those having elaimsagains
it to present them to ALVAH 'KNAPP,
- Liwrenee, April 1.1, 1866 ' Acker.
N EW- GOODS d; NEW -ARRANGEMENT,
All peraune indubtad to C. L. WILLO9.7f. are
invited to will and aeule within ton days. ,
Welbbori), April 11,1866..
John AG Roy,
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES
These are the mottoes at
Rors DRUG STORE
'lie stock of
BiIikPLIED W 1 T ir-DY E-WOODS
/a,: 'VELE: sO ASK,
Such as Goblets, Tumbleri, Cream Pitchers,
Spoon-Holders,. &c., Lamps, Lamp
Phimneys,• Lantern Glass,
STAND nog FM.
TILE "CORNEtiIk : OF HI,O I I PRIOR%
.3. • •
'Aitko*W BotitTNDIN4 OFF
EVERY Tllll4O DOWN,
W. R. Sinitles Skis*
„- MSDION; N.
The old and reliable
- In Splendid' shape' to sandy everybody.
FRERS STOOK,DF GOODS NOW %Alt-
RIVING AT THE SLAEOHTER-
To see is to be convinced that you
CANNOT DO BETTER
Put an eye over on the Local Column for the
MIS 9th T Y HOWL
Who hold large Stock* of Goode at
CAN YOU% DO -I,ETTEIt
(not if we know oareolvai)
That to buy your G 0044 of
W. R. SMITE'S SOkC
L 130111014 N. Y., March 14,188&
ORNING, STNUBIN COUNTY, N. Y.
AWORD TO MY OLD FRIENDS and
the community generally. Not being it friend
to long and windy advertisements and large ex
penditure+ to the Printers, I herewith submit a
gond/lased statement of facts al a small ooet, with
the understanding that the surplus capital will be
better employed in reducing the/price of Goods to
My stock is hill 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. Raving
ALL WOOL CAS'Agth ER E
at Ba. per yard. Narsgansett Jeans suitable for
winter wear at 4e.-"'Good yard Wide Brown Sheet-
Jugs at is. Prints 18 to 26 cents per yard. .
CHOICE DRESS GOODS
from 2s lid to 44 per yard, quality equal to those
prices six yearrygo. Dram Goods, at lower pri
ces as well amp ipididoseogiseut of tine goods
at less prices ftift'ftiVills bought the State.—
Among them may be found
AI1 I: D L ; 1 ? RZl9~s
at Ss to 12a par yard. Bmpteas-Cketbs Plahr And
PIaTiVEITT: in tactthing usually
kept in a first clam country store
Ladies'_ Chiokingi' at va
rious pr:ces, bichiceing Wash
Bev:data= and Castor Brower, and many other
too numerous to mention ; a bossy Black Beaver
at $3,00, (Gents line Caul/nem equally 'limp.)
lily Boots, Shoes, and Carpet Stock
down stain was never more full and complete,
or at greater inducements to the purchaser.
Bargains may be found at the
In Hats; Maps , - Gtoyea And:Af
.- - -
BED, t 154c0A8..FPREA•N_1(ETS
" 11 , 120 t i vmPA•lraTI
are not to iNttaisruiderstood, when the steady
arid unexampled` increase of ,business is taken
into the account. I say without the fear of con
tradiation, that with the large purchase* I am
making from month to,montla for sash, I can sell,
to the country trade as low as they can buy in
the city, including' freight,' which gives me an
to tturßetail trade, which I am doing and bound
to. do aka esethuonial of my , gratitude' for their
two , favors and vary lkintral patronage.
Will. ere my customers the beueit of 2 21.7
ehenge-la the market et aar-peetad anal=
and other take from day to day by telegraph and
Corning, Jan. 1, 1865.
NO. 1 ek
Water Proof Urii(;7l ireaven
i .. - ~'~ N.~°~ i
W ILLTAIA ROBERTS,
Will be foirad onedoor below outm Tuohtel
Hardware Store, In the buildiag formerly occu
pied by Borst Seagera, which building he
hie retitled throughout, and intend kenriling
CONSTANTLY. ON HAND
FAMILY G.NOCIEBIES AND 1704 k
Abides Bans Blacking, Bed
Cassia ease Canals: - Crackers
Massa Cloves Dried Apples Xu. Cass
Yasista Gelatine Binger Baum
Indigo blue Lead biasses& Molasses
Nutmegs Oysters Baran., Pork
atc., etc., &c., tam.
ESPECIALLY TUE AND SO FORTE!
Which comprises everything designed for family
nse not mentioned above,
A dle which I propose to sell as stump as I
I claim to hays u fine an artiola of
Sppl, SUGASS OrD MOUSES
aa was ever offered in WoLlaboro. jar- Rosen
be- the place--one door Wow Gunn k Tucker's.
W.&bp" Mt. I, -
NEW SPRING GOODS I
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Groat Irelueemente to the Puhile:
OT having a big stock of OLD GOODS to
shoes off at elution, I am .enabled to take
advantage of the present low prices, and am rea
dy to supply the public with a splendid "stook of
NEW SPAING - DRT GOODS, LATEST
Styles, purchased to accommodate this mar
Particular attention is directed to my de
sirable stock of Ladies' DRESS GOODS,
Alpaccas, Poplins, Prints, Delaines, &c., dee.
Added to which I am offering' a large
and splendid stock of
GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS
and CAPg. &a., &c., k., 40,
M prices to suit the 1,000,000, at Osgood's _
old stand, Wellsboro, 'Pa.
April 4, 1866.
Nik W MOODS'
KAU NAME 4 WICKHAM'S
"NVE have received a iww 'aza emit aelectied
stack of Goode widoh wa az* veiling vary_
low for Cub or ready pay. -
Good. Yard Wide, Shoatlv for ---,SO ets.
Detains:, per yd.
Standard Prints from -............-....14 to 20 eta.
OTHER GOODS IN. PROPORTION.
W. also keep constantly ou band a chola,
GROCERIES, FLOUR, PORg;• Ak.
at vary low figures.
Tioga, April 11, 1866-tf
WANTED.—Agenta—s7s to (100 pea month,
for gentlemen, and $35 t 6175 for ladies,
everywhere, to introduce the, Common Sense.
Family Sewing , Machine, improved and perfected
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. SOWERS k CO., often No.
255 south Fifth street, Philadelphia, P's,. All let
ters answered promptly, with circulars and terms.
New Drug Store.
ICH GILBERT have opened a Drag and
Xt, Chemical Store on Main Street, one door be.
low Dr. Mattieon'e Hotel, in the Borough of
Knoxville, where they keep on hand a full as
DRUGS AND 11 - IDIeINEs
a goOd article of medicinal Wines and Liquors.—
AV - Prescriptions carefully prepared.
Knoxville, March 26, 1866-3 m.
CAtiTION !—ltly wife Lydia Ann, baring left
My bed and board without just mins° or pro
vocatieu, tbia is to forbid all persona harboring
or trusting bet on My account, as I ea pay no
debts; of ber contracting after this date.
Delmar, Apr.ll, 'B5- 0 SYx. ROZZASSON, Ta.
LITMITER FOR SAIL—The rubscriber his a
large quantity of
BIDING, PLANK and BOARDS,-
at his mill in Catlin Eollo - er, Watch Trill be sold to
customers at market prices.
Charleston, Starch :1, 1530.—tf.
T ATH t LATH ! !—Wo aro nos uisaulsoraring
ij a superior arliele of LAth, which . we offer for
eala at the loweat market price. .
Niles Valley, March
TIOLLAK 4 SON, Ileerschainz; maaatuta•
rare, 892 Broadway. nut: Fourth atreeS, X.
Y. Wholesale and retail at reduced rates. Pipe*
and Holders cut to order and repaired. All seeds
warranted genuine. Send stamp for cireadac.—
Pipes to $BO each. '- 3911 '6B
VIOLIN STRINGS at --.-
WB/113'S DRUG STORK
a goairal atiortmant of
consisting in p,srt of
Salt Sweet Cora Soda Crb
Syrups Starch (ecru) Shot
can and liTs.
0. B. KELLEY. -