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AVEDNESbAY MAY 20,-18E16:
Adm i n istraterf,Notiee—Batate of_ .faa.
Nor (}Dods—Van Name & Wickham.
Borough Ordinance—Henry. Alley, Burgess.
Jilt Paper_ W. D. Tertiell & Co.
Fruit Jars—W. D. Torben &
Steam Saw Mill For Sale—Morris Run Coal
Pension Agent—J. I. Mitchell.
Wagon For Sale—B. D. Calkins.
UNION LEAGUE .REMING . ROOMS, over the Poet
t ee . AR the leading newspapers of the day on
l e . Re.= open from 9A.M. to P. P. M. free
public Maating.—A public meeting will be
old 41 the Club Room of the "Quinn League,
I•rET the Post- Office, Ibis, Wednesday evening,
our friends from the several tOwnships are cor
'llly invited to 'attend. Speeches bay be *m
eted. Per order. .
See corrected time ,tables of the
rillroadE on fourth page.
PiscA.ToRIA.L. — We received our first
it ,„. Speckled trout for the season last week,
through the Arm: of 144, J. 4..EttariLi gl3.
acre mast delicious. These beauties were token
b y a , i ngenious machine now on exhibition at
Scarie shoe shop, and which every fisherman
ou.tt co hare.
F LAN K W A LR:g.--i*any of our
na! hare exhibited a commendable publie.epirit
daring the plait week int-putting their Bide wake
je order. and are entitled to public gratitude
therefor. The t3tre'et Conimiesioner Will"tkite
wee' , outer upon the work of laying and repair
-3 the walks which seem to invite his attention.
Fil - DDEN gillStn a
citizen of Westfield, that Mr. Allen ring, a high
ly retpectable resident of , ` , that township, was
found dead in bis bed Monday morning, 28th
He retired Banday-iiightin ‘asatali health,
Ind to continuel up , to three o'clock Monday
corning, so far as is known. At that "hoar Mrs.
King arose to get some water for a child, when
le lilted for and drank some. Two boars later
l e ns found dead. Mr. Ring wa's 'about: forty
! art old, and leaves a wife and tro c!aildren to
:turn hisloes. •
ON A STRIKE.—The Morris Rim, mi.:
tea are reported to be on a strike. From save
-3' sources we learn that the strike arose from a
.:action of the price pet ton for mining and an
:Tease of the rents of tenant houses; by 'the
:Tie Run Coal Company.
Ae are more recently informed that 'the Com
fir.y has reduced the rents to the old standard,
still holds the price of mining at twenty cents
kiow last year. It is . to be hoped that some as
c,ataodation may be reached by the parties, as
ae interests of all parties, as well as the public
aterett, cannot but - be onfavorablyattreetad by
Tice RAIN.—The rain of Sunday must
have saved the bay crop, and otherwise conferred
almost incalculable benefit upon the country at
ler.e. The drouth has been severe, and but for
ttt unusual low temperature , would have rained
ga ~. and grain. The unusual coldness, arid oe
ci,onal hail-storms are believed - to be caused by
the presence of extraordinary quantities of ,ico .
'ergs in tbe :Atlantic. The pasi:' winter - Walt
deemed, by scientific men, peculiarly favorable to
the formation of icebergs far lama. '
The temperature is still low, and there is some
itager that corn may not come up on first pier&
BOLD ROBBERY—ARREST OF TELE
BOBBERS.—On Friday, 18th instant, two men,
tamed, respectively, Albert'A: Cummings and Jo
aph —, entered the house of Thomas Wol
tat, at his log camp in Elk township, in this
tatty, and commenced rummaging the desk and
;mks. The only occupant at the time, a sick
ViL, remonstrated, when one of the fellows seized
I, elf; gfal bunging in the shanty, and tolling it
tc thqreast of the man, threatened to shoot him
If le jaterfered. The other thief proceeded to
h the house, taking two watches, some clothing;
ud about r 5 in money. •Having secured all
}ruble valuables, they departed, taking, the gun
Urn information lodged with the proper an
a,ritie', a warrant issued, and pursuit of the
Lies cr. made. Report of their presence at Tioga
21e to Sheriff Tabor Monday noon, and he star
k/0 pursuit, tracking them' to' Corning, near
Cobbc place he took theta into custody Tuesday
'''rning. Tie brought them to Welleboro the
tr.e day and lodged them in jidi. One ,of the
',las e was hanging around this village ten• days
4;, and left under suspicion. lie is a bounty
PRAISEWORTHY f -T , PERAT4 I : I -7 21 : 1 1e:
rti6boru Fire Company, with a thoughtful Jibe
s.* worthy of imitation, have appropriated the
of $25 for each of six wells to be established
Lzg Main and Pearl streets; for the better seen
'4l of the village in cases of fire. The appro
tion is made to depend upon 'the itfality of
i:t ttizens owning property in the vicinity of
/"tile At a meeting of the Council on Mon
trtning, May 21, it was agreed to meet the
tor:sinc e of the rise /Company Wednesday mar=
Lrg f.Alowing, and locate the was. Accord
-I=gly oLle was done, and the wells located within
'Lip-lin g distance along Main street, from the
, Iltr bridge to the lower end of the village, with
CLE to Pearl and Lincoln streets, near &. 11. Lan
toe, and another in the rear of Union Block.
%O. , CPA stigma of a daaPzalai.a. no , t he
Part of the property-owners to meet the Fire
Cewpany half way. By all Eocene let it be done.
Withr,at water, an enginti istwirithfeis. Besidei,
there it ecaeon to believe that the,welle will lower
itt, rate - insurance.
HORSE TRAIN - MG.—MOMS. Wilder
Atrell, the noted horse trainers, favored the
of Wiclisboro and vieinitywitla exitibitiOns'
g their method of training horses, Friday and
iiitcrday of last meek. ' Their :proguamme; al.
irthilied last week, was faithfully carried out,
itd the affair was an agreeablo euccess.
Tie ground-wUrk of their system is, to be brief,
%Limon Eetike. The fame Wadi gam life to Mr.
11. ' i/e r'lik , tores were not new, but their applioa
certaialy use novel.. „nein. eystaask, stabs)ti - '
`!ti reason for brute force , mates man Mis
*,r the hors by Time, of his nobler nature
°'/ enlightened will, and not through the appli-,
4"'t= of rsetrekut by force.
The lecturer taught thattbe spirit of the hor - se
a tat to be twilten, bat caudated and directed.—
Noble, and highly receptive by nature, the horse
eto be treated wire kindness; to be persuaded,
Ltd not drivep—retaining his will is subjection
to the more powusSui ee hecause educated, will of
The horse, to ha saueroughly trained,
° Q men ieee the conflderie.,f t h e mas ter.
re loom that Messrs. NV.. h av e a _ large
Batt hers: That is right. If th east establish
thelt system throughout the lariai.th will merit
the thanks of the society for the pre %;, of
ert 'e'er to animals.
We understand that they Illustrated thelt
tem of training before the class ins 0300 1.
who eandacted the Tableattx.Entertainment „Fri
day evening, have reason to congratulate them,
their success. The audience wee
largo itlirippieciative, the representations well
chosen, and the whole affair better put upon the
stage than minor theatricals usually are: several
of the performances showed a marked degree of
talent, and in no case was there failure.
Of the tableaux, " The Mistletoe Bough" Was,-
perhaps, the most to be admired. being most dra—
matic. " Statuary" was very beautiful, eliciting
an encore. A Turkish Scene" was most admi
rably represented, the fault being in the too quick
drawing of the certain. The same may be said
of "A Highland Scene." '
"The Skeleton in the
ploeet," being' a pointed joke, put the audience
iti high good humor.
The Charades were unusually well sustained
throughout; and to their credit be it said, , con
tained, eaeh, a pointed moral. The music was
excellent—better than is usually beard at enter
tainmedts of greater preterksions. A beautiful
song—" The Isles of the Sea"—was touchingly
rendered, and elicited much 'applause:
The entertainment closed with a laughable
pantomime, prepared specially for the occasion.
Another Entertainment, with a new
programme, was announced for Thursday eve:
ning of this week; bat owing to the occupation:
of, the hall by other parties, it has been given up,
for the present.
Notwithstanding the adiranee in gdid;
cottot and other goods in New York, W. It.
kenith'l3 Sons, Addison, continue to sell large
quantities of goods as follows: - - '
Yard wide sheitings, 15c; very heavy, 22e;
good prints, Is; yard wide bleached muslin, 230;
farmere—eassimeres, 62 , 10; denims,' 25e; ban&
some all wool eassimeres, 10s; delaines
good coats, from $6 to $l2; pants, from 20s to
$6, All kinds of goods allow, and most of them
at less than market rates. May 30, 'B6.
NEW GOODE at reduced prices is the order of
the day, andborMare better posted in this matter
than the propriettirribf the Excelsior Cash ~gto're
at Lawrenceville, C. S. Mather d Co., who are
now receiving their. third stock of spring and
'summer goods for this season, and invite_ the
friends of good goods at reasonable figures to call
Good heavy eheetings received this day, only
18i cents, worth 25.
Good fine,sheetings, 20 Isents, worth 30.
Choice madder prints, from 12i Gents up.
All other goods in proportion.
!C. S. MATHER* 00 :
Lawrenceville, May 23, 1836.--2 w
I have now on hand a fine assortment of
Hartford Co. 3 ply carpets.
" superfine "
super " •
W hieh lam selling at the closest prices that
any dealer can make on the same qualities. They
are the best goods made, and will prove the
cheapest in the long run. J. A. PARSONS,
May 23, 1866. Corning, N. Y.
HINTS TO ,HOUSEEEEPERS.—Damp walls cause
typhoid fevers; so says Ha Journal of Health.
This is a good time 'to clean your walls and re
paper them. Yotnio has received his spring stock
of ,wall paper, which he is now selling at prices
from one shilling to twelve.. Fifty-six. different
styles; twenty of them entirely new.
It is believed that the sun fades the carpets.
Young bas received a large stock of paper and
ploth shades, figured and plain, varying in price
from one shilling to three dollars. Also fixtures.
Qat' soon and make a selection. Remember the
•Wellsboro Book Store. May 2, '66.-5t
In Brooklyn, New yorkp, May; ,iX. isintasit, iu
First Placa 'Church, by Rev. A. g. Bunt,
F. ROBINSON, of Scranton, Pa:, and MISS MAIIIr
E. BA.IISER, BrociAlyn- J; (:
[So the y come„ , une,by oe e, into pap. Bapediet,
Inc fold: Our stood out obstinately,4le
termiuedio live and di.? hie AWLI easter.. The
arrowy god was too milah . ,doi him, however." We
bespeak for the pair long life and a wealth of
In Keeneprille, May la, by 0. D. Keeney,
Esq.; Mr. JAMES M. Losixont and Misa Mums
E. LENT, both of Charleston,
At the same place, by the same, Mr.,Diati —
Lear and Mies Cumulus LOsirtoza, both of
Welleboro, on the 19th inet., by A. S. Brew
ster,! Esq., Mr. lireLLeen STRAIT and Mice FAX,
NIE UENIIINGS, both of Wellshoro. '
ID Whitesville,N, T.. April kB, ultimo, by Rev.
Mr. Sweet, Mr. D. W. TEMPLE,Df,Chatham, Pa.,
and Miss ADDIS HALL, of TROOPSDUSG, „.
In Porksrille, on the 18th inst:, by Rev. T. B.
Hudson, Mr. JOHN W. ' EDGERS and Miss ANNA
VIDEAN, all of Forksville, Sullivan 00.,,Pa.
In East Tawas, Michigan, on the 14th of Feb
ruary last, FLORIA F. COWBELL, daughter of
Ralph and, Nancy Campbell, aged 18 months.
-1% ters of Administration hailig been grated
to the undersigned on the estate of Jas. W. FnliF
erson, late of LibUrty,-dee'd, alt personti intebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and all having claims'agitinst the same
will present them to
CHAS.- STOCKWELL.IA dm ' , a
MARY E. KELTZ.
Liberty, May, 30, 1866-6t.4
ItRORS OF YOUTEL—A. Gent Leiden who gotta:ell
.for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay
'and'all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, the recipe and directions for making the wimple rem
edy by which he was cored. Sufferers wishing to profit
by the advertiser's experience can do so by addressing
JOlll4 B. OIIDEN,I3 Chambers-St., N. Y.
Jan. 31, '664y, , . ,
<r 11)(1, CONSUMPTIVES,—The advertiser, having been
j. estored to health in a few 'weeks by a very ,
remedy, after basing suffered for several years with a
severe lung affection and that dread disease, Consinap
tion—is anxious to make known to his-fellow-sufferers
the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre.,
ecription used, free of charge, with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sere cure forConstimption, Asthma, Orenchitis, Coughs
and Colds, and all threat and lung affections. The only
object of the advertiser in sending the Prescript Lon is
to benefit the afflicted and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer
will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing and
may prove a Messing. Parties wishing the prescription
rare, by return mail, will please address Rev. RD
WARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Rings Co. N. Y.
[Jan. 31. 4341-Iy.]
THE CONFESSIONS & EXPEiRIENCE OF AN IN
VALlD.—Publistted for the benefit and as a caution
to young men and °theta. who suffer from Nervous De
bility, Premature Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at
the saute time the means pf self-core. By one who hes
mired himself after undergoing considerable
. iiinackfry ; .
By enclosing apcistpaKaddressed suveupe, on n ek, - ;c o r,
lee, free of charge, may be had of the author.
MAYFAIR, Esq.. Brgokirn, Kings Co
N. Y. Dian. 31. '65-Iy.l
CITRANGE, BUT Tkt.U.E.—Every yonpg lady and gen
° tleman in the United States can bear eomething to
their advantage by return mail (free of charge) by ad
dressing the undersigned. Those having than of Wag
humbugged will please oblige by not itoticing this card.
All others will please address their obedient servant, I
THOS. =F. CHAPMAN,
881 Broadway, New York.
4 ODITOR'S NOTICE.—The undersigned, au Auditor
- to distribute the funds arising from the sale of the
real estate of Edwin il t oyce, will attend to the duties of
his appointment at his °thee in M'ellsboro, Monday, 4th
of June, 1866. at 10 °lock, forenoon;- where all personti
interested may attend. J. B. NILES, Auditor.
May 0, 1366,-It*
111 - 11.8. A. J. BOFIELD bas just returned from .2.1. w
IVL 'Vara .."1 . 01 A full assortment of ladles' fanc3ricoods
and millipery in every style. Toilet articles, of the pu
rest and best quality. Okinawa DreottaSr's perfumes,
powders, &e., wbiOb no lady-will do without alter once
A nice variety of white goods. consisting of hosiery,
corsets, handkerchiefs, collars, cuffs. se, '
A new style of Garibaldi cloth, which is most desi
Bead-dressesakdress caps, infant' cape and hats;
Aonnets and hats repaired to order .•
Mxs, Scheid will continuo to receive goods film' N.
York diming the season, and hopes to please all liar ens.
turners, Welleboro, May 9,1866.
LOUR PROM fROICE WHITE WI
huekwhem eoilimeal.and-feed, always
on hard., Call at the Charleston Mill heforetny
ing youtibur and feed. .1
baskimtke Rita 9b,j403t
Or.:yo ll ,M,b4y:
-.4 . l aar t Mfeke-tf • ,;; •
l AM NOW QPITERIN6 'BARGAINS
gn g lish Prints,
, t.,, -...-- -
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Ficirch 1 iughams,
Plain, Alpac as; ; :
. ~: s
aft: Lafle ~
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8ick;4414 : . ft,
Sgring oath ga,`
J.. i'-J ..I .'~
. nthatt ie
I ..:i . ~. -': 1
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a • • 1,
Hoop Sr , 'kits
I invite 'the attention of-all „hoyere of
dry irate to my new Stook ;.-asearing them
thit tintarid - ta give theta tlle 1 11' ealuaTtif
their 'Ana 4110 a 51 0 3.0
new.e - aid eisionable goods - to eigeo!liom.
:41044 ,4 , 81 1 4 % •
fi 6 „
Mit t PRICE. Akjiy,,p,aw
IPO Ito WI/Iloins
L , ^
5 2 4 2 g "Orgialioltrap."
, r# Fig
STREET,. WALLSRORO, PA.
R 5 .1 4 ..t f 3 ft°T bel,wfrqr.tt Ami,th
J Siff') '1
:i ii: `l
" ie the plane to bay
FAH I LY S,
:4174NT , .untiarataad.rtiiat will
gam thing is my .lino atwitter -.lbanzati
bought tawny, othai- ethablighment in Tiogi
•ethirity. . .
T Vara lolling best Tcirkey"Opinm at $t per oz.,
Ifiatitioe $1,25 per bottle, JaynCsAlterative,and
r,„igirectorant at $1 par bottle, or 6 bottles for $5,
aiers Sarsaparilla and Pectoral at $1 per bottle,
or 6 bottlesTorss. ,
Constitution Water $1 per bottle
Ccpistitution Life Syrup, 1,15 " "
„heovelreilloiet i Liver Syrup 1,00 i " "
• Wsu.'llall's Balsam 1,00 " "
MatolThies Catboßoon, 1,75 " "
• Allis Depurative - 115 ." " ,
And etorything.Else4n .proportion. - I get Is*
iintditdiewitom &AV manufsotory, and wilt wiry.
rant them genuine. litty.stoak of •
Oils' and Varnishei,
4 'j - "3
eordplete 'hie selling at greatly, redneed
prices. All who have painting to do lt
to their intereSetb nail stray store before' buying
elsewhere. lam selling_best Turpentine Varnish
from $3;50 to $6 per gallon.
) VARNISH & PAINT BRUSHES,
.a.,u ',S.,' •
all soitCind. si_cuich."
ti Trtitligp AND
;,, "Ifkoftetsi fir 0124 -Also,
- - Valar J est (1..2 .
WINES I QIN
` AND 13.14NDY
nice or will be sold at the
for Oil PaOrtiligiiiehieb.plil be =sold fora snitill
advance. ...Alia, '
ofAitt--icindsJ , 'Hone faintly - 1311 r.
t" • Coititts. .1:21b6 keep " * ' .
SODS, ' CBS itlit TARTAR, • -
;Gil` I,(tICORN STARCH Y ESSENCE
4at ny-efy thiag,nvai)cept in a DrairStaie
ons wantlaganytking id 11 1 7-line, will savp
.3norsallY i calling.at say_stors, - - - - • -
3 UN1.0.1..8L9C)C,, War r
..,:,'a ;i'i: i ri;`t i%
'72:11.1. 4 4-. }-1 . :;-:-.. , : 113 - V? .;•.:1:1,_f:
.iii ~ ! S.,i _
DRUGS,. PAINTS, OILS, PERFUMES,
4 iANICEEI4OI 4 IIsTS, : :;.
It • J
FANCY A ff:FIC 4E M . Y F F . • . _
WINES 4 LIQUORS/
) "sit;- AA! I 1
TU44,INT,S , AIC I )
'4l,LsPioEsi !PPplt.; CINNAMON,
. 1 /Srit-lt`H
tltEgitl:4A ' RN SEEDS
' l ,- 7 30itn A. Ro4
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, 'SQ4P§,
PERRIIMERY, GLASS, PUTTY,
OILS, PAINTS, - VARNISHES,
• ; •
dll eele . ctea j witb 'great card, warrinteul to be
.•; L; . •
and bdtAglilt in anal,'
_quantities that' alai( cm* al;
TSE LOWEST MARBTISIC~&
t re 6 its_"
1` Quality is of the. first importance med
"0 - Prices reduced to snit the rearkitl-• 1 '
Always call befor?..ych Rucfl!aae llseltere
is with - out doubt the most complete and extensive
be found itE theta-pert:of the State- •
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DYES 3 do
.., -, i .- :i fi...1 , .:fi
SHRPLIED. WITH , DYE-WOODS
THE' 'CASK., 'AT' •
, • ' WHOLESALE
Do ato 4/438 is alsdexteus s i.r", cumprhitN*
. 14qis, ,;
French glass or Pictures,'" _
Min= -glasti plates for-old frames, - ;
Flint glassware for the table—e
Such as goblets, Tumblers, Cream Pitchers,
Spoon-Rolders, 40., Lamps, Lamp
' Chimneys, Lantern. Glass,
iirTart, )t, liinpossiblo to enumerate. All sorts
of articles made 6f Glass and sold at Drug Iltores;
can be tobnif at Roy's.
Roy's stock of pure Wines and Liquors for Me
dicinal purposes has long beeranown to the phi..
sicians of this county. These Liquors are of the
purest and best quality, selected with great care,
and expreislY• for medical use. Perfumery and
fitipap of all kinds,
SODA If CREAM TARTAR, SAIER‘
GINGER, NUTMEGS; SPICE*,
- - ,, CLOVES, PEPPER,
WRITING-PAPER, INK, PENS, PEN
; CILS,YANKEE MOM AND,
- --- 4
a pure andjeliableartiels, perfeetly.tulfa-kr,..ple,
Latip.much !Unger - thin the poor er
will to sal R ofa ap ebeap as th e,
carefully and accurately compounded from pare
and reliable medicines. Pir-brilers by
promptly Steudirito. <
NEW SPRING: da . KILMER GOODS 1.
I:1, :A.:. 7: I; 1.
At tIO People's Store, Corning, N. Y.
'STRING .& SIMMER GOON,
adapted . to the beat.4zadoAf,tfiiapladeiskid vichltkl
jty, and shall be constantly receiving such ad
diSious to our stock as the varied wants of our
SOPerris customers shall demand.
drst4ck consists in part i2,f our usual variety of
larger Ito - e V -6 11411iiiiiig :anti other" Drees
aitintdeltion ever before ! gowns whickaro, lty
• CIeALLIES, SUN UMBRELLAS,
nX/V/V - 1.5, 3ACQITES, LADIES'
S . PRltfra C44,llX.Efip, , . ii,E.NTEgNy
of every vFiety. • • . • ,
Our facilities for BUYING GOOD§ are UN
BURIIAS,SED taleiseition, and we
I;:wiih . it understood that
'We* nprff( 1. 2 F;
g - Tekfti?..
quality .41 Goode considered, whatever others
may say about it, and in prop( sit this we tuth as
.gXaggIIIATION - of our GGOfI G; asid'PEICES,
promising ourselves not to -get angry for :show,
ing liiaode when no purchase is Made. We shall
give .our customezthe EIILL.EENEFEVIctif
aNY DEVLINE-i thelfarkeraheure_thers
arlYread ehould Goode advance we shall be cam=
pelledLto follow. We shall continue tie system of
which iiietee dily growing irt.faver;7:
We tender our thanks to2the citiiens of Ilona
Co„ who have patronised-uti and would respect
filll*lnvite those who have never done so by call
and see us, Store opposite the Dickilasoli }louse
on jla et Stfetetv tliree doortkweat cilt‘the earner;
and t* doors east of HungerforCelfsink.
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11Oraiti, N. Y., isy 16, 1866.
149 . 4t4e1 r Mf
Nye nflif have rt-jianti .17 u77114:17
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
l:+S? L:iu .~
BiAtli" SitKS, SPRING}
.etUTICA WRITE ,
4860,P r `•11.06-41:-'
HIND FROM ENDER.
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WE "CORNERS" OF MOH PRICES,
ARE NOW ROUNDING OFT 1
c't ;• • 1-
0- • •-*
• • 1. , ••,14 . ' - -
21116: 1,4 , 1+ I , rt. a
tinEßy TING DOWN , ,
'• TO OORRESPOND WITH
pa) ' ` TE(E ltargivimr,
W. R. Smith's Sons,
Ia Bpleudid shape. to iaiisly everybody. -
FRESH STO6K. OF GOODS NOW AA
RIVING AT THE LAUGHTER-
ToAoo.ko to ba copyinfekt4t, y
CASNOT DO BETTER.
Put an eye over ott4ll# betel Chico:ln for- the
i LIPORTANT NEWS
-Figures won't' Lie.
~NOTICH INW \TOY HOWL,
Who,hold large Stocks of Goods at
'.••• • ett •
1 VOI L * C.Ia I . t ‘ ' o ,
CAN T -YQU, , 1 1:41t .
• IP , . }it
(not tf we knOw ourselves,)
t• - • •
Ai l - ASIITH'S SONS
' l lAspat Nfr,ltuta 14,1666.
,M?D4'soll 'N:Y ,
The old and reliable
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. L BALDWIN & CO.)
Impartially inform their customers mid friends,
**thieving entirely sold out their old stock of
At Auction. They have replaced them with a
new and well selected lot of
DeLAINES, CH ALLES, PRINTS;
BLEACHED AND BROWN =SUNS,
ILVADY • MADE OLOTHING,
LINEN COATS, HATS AND CAPS,
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PLAIN, 'CARPET WARP,
BOOTS & SHOES,
WALL AND WINDOW PAPER,
NUMB & TINWARE.
GR(K=RS AND PROVISIONS
is large and complete; and we wont& most re
spectfolly call your attention to
QUALITY AND PRICE.
FLOUR, SALT AND- NAILS,
we keep onhand at all times and roll be sold at
prfeea to defy competition.
YOUR BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS,
Is as good as the CASE to us at their market
T. L. BALDWIN t CO
TIQGA, May 16, 1866-1 y
LICENSE APPLICATIONS.—Notice is here
by given that the following named persons
have filed their petitions to the Court of Quarter
Sessions of Tioga county, to grant to them licen
ses to keep homes of public entertainment and
for eatieg houses; and that a hearing upon the
same will be had before said Court, et the Court
House in Welleborough, on Wednesday the 30th
day of May, inst., at two o'clock, P. M.
TAPERNS.—G. W.,Herringion, Shippen ;'•••• Joki
Shields., Joseph Yonkin,* Blossburg ; Jos. Reed,
Joel H., Woodruff, Liberty ; Henry H. Potter,
John Reddington, Westbrook A Coyle, Middlebu
ry ; E. S. Boynton, Jackson ; A. Hunt, Mansfield;
Caleb IL Bartlett, Tinge; J. A. Rose, Mansfield,*
W. R. dolea„ Stony Fork; A. Hazlett, Wellsbo
ro ;* B. B. Holliday,* Wellsboro ; James %alley,
Blocs;* H. H. Shaffer,* Liberty; 'Rufus Farr, Bless;
James. Riff? Covington borough; Ira Wagner,
Deerfield;* G. W. Mattison, Knoxville; W. H.
Slosson,* Cole do Mattison,* Lawrencepriß ; Geo.
Jordan,* Lawience ; Nathaniel Smith,* Jackson ;
Charles Goodrich,* Nelson; M. Phillips, Fall
Brook; J. 11. Griswold,*Mansfield ; C. D. West
lake,* Elkland; R. K. Brundridge,* Malnsburg;
Eli S. Etur Tinge; Benj. Landon, Rutland;
EirtriG Horses.—B. C. Buckley,' , V. B. Holi
day, Middlebury ; E. C. Fish, Tioga ; Geo. Has
tings, Wellsboro; J. Putnam A Wm. Jerdon.*
Thomas • Sample,* Elizabeth Connelly,*,' Alfred
Nash, James Morgan,
J. P. Morrell,*Blosaburg
3fassena Bullard,* Wellsboro • Patrick Q'Brian.*
„; Potter A. Randall,* Lawrenceville;
May & Cady,* Knoxville; S. E. Cardwell, Blom,.
burg; John Wilson,* Blossburg; I. C. Brown.*
D. Moßiiney, Wellsboro; Elijah niftier, Bloss
J. F..DONALD,SON, Pro'y
Wellabor°, May 2, 1366.
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
RARE CHANCE for the citizens of Welishorci
and suirounding country to see. tho finest
and bestasleoted stock of
READY -MADE CLOTHING
The subsCribers - Irish to for the public that
MANIOACTI4LING THEIR CLOTHING'
at Blosaburg. They have an experienced Cutter
Mr. ERVIN, and several of the best Tailors are
contitandy at work at their- Shops. They assure
the public that their garments are
BETTER MADE UP
than any ever kept in a country Store. they
bane a large assortment. of - '
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
which they will lll cheaper Than any other
store in this county. Give them a call before
PRODUCE TAKEN EN' EXCHANGE.
NAST I AUERBACH,
Nett door to Rod's Drug Store.
Weilsboro, April 1866.
PISSOtVTION.—The firm of T. Lockery
Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
ockeiy will settle all accounts and pay the
'Knoxville, May 16, '66. J. RICHARDSON.
1111 ors cm
I .IIBOLVED by the Commissioners of Tioga.
Mk, County, that all abatements to Collectors on
Tales, moat be made on or before the list day of
Dauber of each and every year.
E. S. SENLEY., I Come&
E. HART, •
.'.l. iliAttak: THOS: ALLEN, Clerk,
-April 3, 11166,--3t
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