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flow Atierican Velvet le blade
:t• The machinery for the manufacture of
American velvet was _introduced into
-. this country by the inventor, a Mr. Holt,
'of Cheshire, England; and its superioi
: ity in the matter of rapidity is said to
:be as great as that of modern railroads
• over the old stage coach system. The
method is as follows :
Grooved brass rods or wires were
placed under the web which forms the
pile, secured by threads woven into the
' warp The weaver cuts the threads by
means of a knife, held in the hand, the
blade of which slides along the groove,
dividing the pile into two rows of
threads, thus giving a nap or pile of the
depth of the rod inserted.
The manufacture, according to the
patented method, is accomplished by
weaving two warps or foundations, with
a middle warp alternately rising into
the upper and lower, being secured by
two shuttles moving at once. The knife
moves horizontally, in the same direc
tion as the shuttles, and the two warps
and the pile between_ are divided, and,
the naps are . cut into equal lengths:- , --
Two piled fabrics—the exact counter
part of each other—are thus made at one
time. The knives and shuttles are all
impelled by the ordinary motions of the
The statement that orie hundred and
ten picks or threads are made in a min
ute, (or nearly two every second,) will
give some idea of the rapidity of the
manufacture. A man with a patented
machine can make from fifty to sixty
yards per week, while eight or ten yards
would be a good week's work for the
same person should he make use of the
ordinary hand loom. The saving of la
bor by this process over the wire-weav
ing method, is estimated at from fity to
silty per cent., while the fabrics are e
qual, and in some respects superior, to
those of foreign make. The looms are
adapted to the manufacture of piled fab
rics, such as silk plush, since an article
of this nature for gentlemen's caps has
become very popular as a substitute for
fur. Tartan, or clan velvets, are also
made.—Comm r. Bulletin.
Following a Leader
A very singular occurrence i 1 reported
by the Ararat Advertiser. We suppose
it is pretty generally known - and admit
ted that the tendency which all animals
have to follow a leader, is developed in
no species so much as the sheep ; but
we believe that even in his pastoral
country, the strength of development
which this instinct possesses in these an
'trials, is not generally known. One of
the most remarkable illustrations of
this characteristic which we have ever
heard of, occurred with a flock of sheep,
about a week ago, belonging to it squat
ter on the Wimmera. A large mob of
about feur thousand was turned out of
the sheds, after being shorn, to be shep
herded on the side of a creek where the
grass grew more abundantly than on
the plains further back.
While depasturing around or near a
very large hole in the river bed, from
which all of the water had evaporated,
one of the flock, urged by some unac
countable impulse, jumped into it; an
other followed, and another, till the
whole flock ru shed to the spot ; and not
withstanding every exertion on the part
of the shepherd, they pressed en masse
into the large basin till it was literally
filled with a moving mass of animal
life. The pressing of the flock behind
rendered escape impossible, until the
hole was literally filled to its level with
the struggling sheep. When the mania
died out—for during its continuance the
shepherd had not the slightest control
over the flock—they were driven from
the place ; but it was found that no less
than eight hundred and twenty-five
were smothered, or otherwise killed by
the pressure. This accident seems the
more unaccountable, as we are informed
that there was neither water nor grass
in-the hole to tempt the rush.
Col. Eli Parker, an Indian, and one
of the.most trusted aids of Gen. Grant,
lately returned from a lengthy tour of
inspection at the South, undertake
ascertain what further reduction of tla e
army could be safely made. He, wear
ing his uniform was struck by the re
dundant professions of loyal submission
which everywhere greeted him. These
were so frequent as at last to excite his
suspicions. He clothed himself, in citi
zen's garb, and thereafter passed as a
member of the Choctaw nation, well
known to the South as a rich, well edu
cated, and intensely pro-slavery tribe of
the Southwest. This disguise unloosed
the latch-strings to their secret thoughts,
and thereafter lie heard not one loyal
word, except when, in pursuance of his
duty, he was with our own officers.—
The most malignant disloyalty, the
most vindictive hatred, the fiercest, the'
suppressed determination to bide their
time, yet wreak revenge,- was every
where made visible to the man whose
color and assumed relation made them
confident of sympathy.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
On and after llondliy, June 14,1866, trains will leave
Corning at the following hours:
RESTWIRD 0001 W.
7:05 a m Night Mt - press, Mondays excepted, for Roch
ester, Buffalo, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, making di
rect connection with train of the Atlantic & Great
Western, Lake Shore, and Grand Trunk Railways, for
all points West.
a. m., Lightning Express,Dally, for Rochester Buf
falo, Salamanca. Dunkirk and the West.
10:23 a. m- Mail Train, Sundays excepted, for Buffalo
:45 p. m, Emigrant train k liraily, for the West.
CA& p. m- Day Express, Sundays excepted, for Roches
ter, Buffalo, Salamanca and the West, connecting at
Salamanca with the Atlantic &0, W. Railway, and
at Buffalo with the Lake S.licre and Grand Trunk
Railways for points west and south.
12:2..% a. m, Ezpreas Mail. Sundays excepted, for Buffs.
10, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with trains
for the West.
3'40 a, m., Cincinnati Express, blondays excepted, con-
Beating at Elmira for Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and
south ; at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for By.
racase ; at Great Bend for Scranton and Philadelphia;
at Lachawasen fgr Hawley, and at Graycourt for
Newburg and Warwick.
10:34 a. to., Day Express, Sundays excepted, connecting
at Great Band for Scranton, Philadelphia, and South.
4:15 p. m.. New York and Baltimore Mail, Sundays ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Harrieburgb, Phila
delphia, and South.
7:10 p. m.. Lightning Express, Sundays excepted.
12:12 a. m., Night Express, Dally, connecting at Gray
court for Warwick.
12 : 25 p, m . way Freight, Sutiays excepted,
W 32. It. BAER, I 11. RIDDLE,
G-en'l Pass. Agent. f Gen't Snp't.
Slossburg & Cornin' g, & Tioga B. Et,
Mail SooamflJaf, 516 pm
Accommodation, 630 mjAocommodation,lo 15 a 133
L.H. SHATTUCK, &Vt.
Philadelphia & Erie R. R.
Trains will arr. and depart at Williamsport as follows
Erie 11111 Train... 9 65 p m Erie Mall Train... 7 '2O a m
E. Express TraitnA Za in Erie Ex'ss Train .900 pin
Elmira Mail Train 845 a m Elmira Mail Train 660 p in
A. L. Tra.s, Gen? Supt.
TEAM SAW MILL FOR SALE. he ma
chinery of a first class =clay saw mill, boil
er, engine, and all fixtures complete, and in first
AIEO .2 portable elegiac of twelve borae power
The above property will be told cheap, for cash
fir cpprv.re4 paper. Apply to the agent of the
1.4,m, tut, r 41...! emzparly, et Motrik Rao, or et,
, • •
C;OritiCgl`t' - BLOCK,*
c -7 iiiito 1 -
NO. 1 & 2,
CORNING, STEUBRN COUNTY - 4. Y.,
-F -- .7;...ii.;''i i“ti.t.i 'i 1 '`..dic:l'...t
A WORD TO MY OLD FRIENDS and
the community generally. Not being a friend
to long ma windy advertisements and large ex
penditaris to the Printers, I herewith submit a
condensed statement of facts at a small cost, with
the understanding that the surplus capital will be
better emplortSig atipsigelf t;t,eoda to
my customer*. r tr $:
My stock is full and complete to supply all the
wants of my old customers a44,imitly PelF".Fiees,
both in the Retail and Job Trade for the ap
proaching cold weather. Raving
ALL WOOL CASSIMERE
at Bs. per yard. Naragansett Jean, *ku:table for
winter wear at 4s. Good yard wide Brown Sheet
bags at 2s. Prints 18 to 25 cents per yard.
CHOIQE DRESS .GOODS
from 2s 8d to 4s . per 'yard:quality eqiial to those
prices six years ago. Dress Goode at lower pri
ces as well as a splendid assortment of fine goods
at less pricos than can be bought in the State.—
Among them may be found
ALL WOOL MEILINOES
at 58 to 12s per yard. Empress Clothe plain and
figured. Mariners, Bombazines. Alpacoas, Beate&
Plaids, lidildairei, and in fart titer, thing usuaßy.
kept in a first class country store.
Ladies' Cloth for Cloakings at va
rious prices, inclining
Water Proof Union Beaver,
Baquimaux and Castor Brown,,and many other
too numerous to mention; a leivy Black Beaver
at $3,00, (Gents fine Cass:inter° equally cheap.)
My Boors, Shoes, and Carpet Stock,
down Mahn was never more fall and complete,
or at greater indacementa to the purchaser.
, Bargains may be found at the
In Hats, Caps, Gloves and Mittens;
:111 t Alia, di 44i • ' a
BED, 4. HORSE BLANKTTS.
The advantage to my
hj, 7 42: PI
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 uioath to month for cub, I can sell
to the country trade as low as they can buy in
oho city, including freight, which gives me an
opportunity to offer
to the Retail trade, which lam doing and bound
to do as a testimonial of mY gratitude for their
many favors and very liberal patronage.
Will give my customers the benefit of any
change to the market as I am posted in auction
anti other sales from day to day by telegraph and
• -, R. Ciol/7.
corning, Jan. 1, 1865.
Staples-& Sou s l Stoves!' Stoves
;ARE PREPARED TO 'SELL AS CHEAP
, ' deldert in ttib Guuuty, h geliei.al
"scrtinin E of 1- - -
DRY GOoDS, G ROt !lan ES,
READY-MADE DiATHING, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS' e SHOES; FUR.;
" WISHING GOODS,
BARTHERN, STONE, AND GLASS WARE,
in short, everything usually kept In a empatti
store, all of whist' will 'be sold as - low it*olse.:
where, for • ' • '
READY PAY ONLY!
Pio trriithie, to Sholv
CALL AND SATISFY.YOURSELVES.
TAPLBS h CO, grateful to old patrons for
13 past favors, hope for a ;continuance of the
same. Having termed a copartnership with G.
P. CARD, they feel confident that they can do
better than:ever-44m as the newfirm ha,ve
a larger assortment.
CARD, Sih.PLE - S SON:
Keeneyrille, Feb. 2 1.,1866:ry. .
lON a FOR !BALM • -
I x .4 0 6 °1.
B. C. WICKIAM,
A T HIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR
AL NAMENTAL ,TREES, IN, TIOQA
6094500 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A good supply of PLUM, PEACH"; CHERRY;
and ORNAMENTAL TREES A SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in blaring. Any one wishing to get a supply'
will do well to call and, see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. X.fr• Delivered.at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Feb. 28, 1888—lye
: , '7 -, -k , -,l_,
TIM MIRBLE WOW:
pALICINS & 420V1331. 3N, Proprietors.
, (data Cola and Calkins)
71/I R. CONKLIN havong had large ex
perience in some of the best Marble Shops
lit the - country in the artistic part of this business
the proprietors are row prepared to execute orders
for TOMB STONEb, of ail kinds, and 3101.113-
MEN'TS of either
RUTLAND OR ITALIAN MARBLE,
in ,the most 'workmanlike manner, and with dia.
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. Harvey _Adams, of, Charleston, is our au
thorized Agent, and all contracts made with him
will be valid. Customers can contract for work
wth him at shop prices.
Tioga Jan. 1, 1866-1.y.._
NEW MEAT MARKET.
WM. TOWASEND, AGENT.
!Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FLOUR, PORK, HAMS, AND ORO.
FRESH BEEF, MUTTON, BUTTER, &c.
Shop ono Door Salta dr , Skaith's
Wellebom, Jan. 1, 1866-tf.
I AM - SELLING OFF .
MY - STOCK TOE: GOODS
THAN THIRTY DAYS AGO.: • -
mg. add AND REV -es
Wellsboro, Ian:1;186e . 4 . ). BULLARD.
stoies' 4 -TimMtaie
POSITR ROY'S BUILDING,
Are now preps:reit ,to furnish the public with
anything in their line of business, in quantity as
large, in quality- as good, and as cheap in price
as any. 4sralisrii Iniiituthern Penusylvaaia.
The, gay particular attention, to the
STOVE AND TIN,' WARE BUSINESS,
and intend to keeps fall aesortment of everything
#Let line -
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
proniptly, and warranted to give satisfaotion.
executed in the beet manner and with dispatch
Wellsborongb, March 7, 186.
!!Ws have reduced the price of Flour $1 per
barrel, Feed and meal 50 cents per cart;
and shell sell, FOR CASH ONLY,
, C. J. HILL FLOUR, WRIGHT &
BAILEY'S BEST WHITE
SiIAING` WHEAT 'FLOUR, BUCK
CASH PAID FOR 'ALL KINDS OF
WRIGHT dt BAILBT.
Wellsboro, Jan. 2 4 , 1866.
~ `i ..
FOR THE MILLION.
CALL AND SEE US.
ROBERTS it KELSEY.
WHEAT FLOUR, GROUND
FEED, ' CORN MEAL,
BRAN, &c., &c.
'MR. *ILLIAM;, ..KIBRRTS . hems to
announce to the eitiiina or "Tioga'toteney,
that to additiou to his excellent stock of Stoves,
Tin-Ware, Brittania, and Sheet-Iron Ware, he
has, 'at a _mat outlay, stocked his store Qn _
- MAIN STREET, WELLSEORO,
Wiika complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the followintarticleet _
NAILS, gpuos, CROWBARS, X CUT,
*ILL) HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
' BUTTS, STRAP idifWES,
lIITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS„ SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD iSCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STOYFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
; PISTOL. CARTRIDGES,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS,
a new thing, and made for nee. 'These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stook
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our line ; and ail work to order done
promptly and well. WILT.Ta MitOBEETS-
Welliboro, Jon. 1 1865—tf.
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE! ! I-
The` undersigned begs leave 'to announce to
ttm people of Tioga County that he, has estab
lished lan agency in Wellsboro, for the well
HOME INSURANCE: eOMPW,
4f New York.
That be is prepared to Insure all kinds of prop
npork as reasonable terms as can be had 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
(lash Capital of $2,000,000,
beside's the Assets which'on the lit of January,
IBS& amounted to
Its Officers are
CRAB. J. MARTIN.
A. P. WILWORTII —.Vice President,
JOHN McGEE - • 866ratary,
J. H. WABHBORN.— Assistant See'y.
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 not
taken out a State license are declared null and
void, and the parties are liable to a heavy Penal
tyfor so insuring. See Pardon's ?Jost, page
853, Sec. 21, 22, 23.
We)labor°, Aug. 23,'85. W. H.; SMITH.
& N. HAMMOND'S. MIMI:-
Middlebury, 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;
30 cents delivered. Common size, 20 cents at the
Nursery, 25 cents delivered. Pear Trees, 50 eta.
Sumunn APPLES.—Burnham Harvest, Early
Harvest, Chenango Strawberry, Washington
Strawberry, Red Astrachan Summer Bellflower,
Summer Queen, Summer King, Sweet Bow, Sour
FALL APELES.—Fameuse, Gravenstein, Rambo,
Ribston Pippin, Fall Pippin, Republican Pippin,
Hawley or Douse, Maiden's Blush, Large Wine,
Ladies' Sweating, Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet.
Wnszta APPLas.—Baldwin, Bailey Sweet,
Black Gillflower, Blue Pearlman; American Gol
den Russet, Roxbury Russet,Rbode Island Green
ing, Rsopus Spitzenburg, Swear, Sweet Gillflower,
Sugar Sweet, Honey Greening, Honey Sweet,
Pound Sweet, Pound Sour, Peck's Pleasant, Tall
manßweet, Tompkins Co. King, Wagner.
PEASS.—Bartlett, English Jargonelle, Bleaker's
Meadow, Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Becket, Beurre It' Amalis, Golden Beurre,Flomish
Beauty, Gloat Morcean, Lawrence.
Also—Siberian Crab, Quinces, and Grape roots
—several varieties. C. & N. HAMMOND.
_ Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa., Jan. 1, 1866-Iy..
KING'S PORTABLE LEMONADE is the
only preparation of the kind made from
the fruit. As an article of economy, purity, and
deliciousness, it cannot e surpassed, and is recom
mmended by physicians for invalids and family
use. It williteep for years in any climate, while
its condenied form renders it especially conven
ient fbr travelers. AU who'rzse lemons are re
quested to give it a trial. Entertainments at
home, parties, and picnics should not be without
it. For sale by all Druggists and first-class
Grocers. Manufactured only by
LOUIS F. METZGER,.
Jan. No. 549 Pearl St., IL Y.
XTICHOLS' PERUVIAN BARK & PROT
-1.11 OXIDE OP IRON, fofealo by
Eian.3 l , '66.) BORDEN BRO'S.,
KRROSELTP. LAMPS at
ROY'S DRUG STORE.
TOB-WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE, and
tl with despatch, at THE AGITATOR Office.
r RS. CHEVALIEN'S HAIR TONIC AND
AIL DRESSER, at WEBB'S DRUG STORE.
ONION SETTS Zit' sale at
ROY'S DRUG STORM.
CiATARItI# , eured for cue Dollar !—Read I
L For one dollar, per tosid/_ , :l . will send free to
any address, recipe and mediCiee' %Vat I will
guarantee to cure the worst cases of Catarrh in
the heed Cr bronchial tubes, in c few weeks. It
has eave&nty life, and made me a well man from
Catarrh and a severe and dangerous bronchial
trouble I bad suffered with for years. I tried the
best phyricians, and all the advertised medicines
of the day, but found no relief tilt 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 lese„ I believe,
if instructions are followed, it will cure any ease
whatever, that has not already reached the lungs
and become a settled consumption. Cure it while
you can. Address T. P. SYI4I3IES, No. 1521
Felton at. New York. mar 26,'86-3m
to effect a permanent cure in Dyspepsia and Liver
'Complaint- „They are not a purgative, and there•
fore their use dees not create a necessity for the
habitual 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 for the pleasures and duties of
They are.att agreeable and wholesome appe
tizer, without any of the injurious effects which
are sure to follow the use of stimulating "Bitter"
and all purgative medicines. By their purifying,
strengthening and invigorating power they are
sure to keep the digestive organs in a healthy con
dition, thus preventing Costiveness, Diarrhoea or
Weak and delicate persons, who have been in
jured by the use of powerful and purgatives,
find thomia mild, safe and sure restorer of the di
gestive organs Co their original stfength and vigor.
Prepared solely by the proprietor,
S. N. ROCKWELL,
S. E. Col. 21st and Maiket StEl4 Philad'a, Pa.
See that my Signature is on the face of the
box before purchasing. Beware of spurious imi
W. D. THELDELL, 'Wholesale Agent, Cot
idng, N. T. Sold by all Druggists.
Coral*, Sept. 20, 1865-Iy,
TREPIGTO TO THE' WEAK !
TOLITII TO TILE AGE DI !
Thiel I)o44nel:ion fr nnegnaled as a Rejrreenator and
Restorer of wasted or Inert functions.
The aged should be certain to make the Blolsrene a
household god, inasmuch as it will render them youth
ful in feeling and in strength, and enable them to live
over again the days 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, self abuse, misfortune, or ordin
ary elekness. No matter what the cause of the impo
tency of • any human organ, this superb preparation
will remove the effect at once and fotever.
Eij i:en(' cures - Impotency,
vous Inca Oi lm
pacity, Dyspepsia, 'Depression, General
Loss of Appe
tite,p Low Spirits, %rankness• of the Organs of Genera
tion, Imbecility, Mental Indolence, Emaciation, Ennui.
It has a most delightful, desirable and novel effect on
the Nervous System; and all who are in any way pros
trated by nervous disabilities are earnestly advised to
seek a cure in this most excel feat and unequaled pre
Persons who, by imprudence, have lost their natural
vigor, will find a speedy and permanent cure in the BI
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
To Vemalos.--mis preparation is invaluable In
nervous weaknesses of all kinds, as it will restore tho
wasted strength with wonderful permanence.
It is also a grand tonic, and will give relief in Dys
pepsia, with the Brat 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
HEAR YE I HEAR YE I—The Polls of
this Election are new open.
C. t.. WILCOX,
Of Wellsboro, offers for sale his entire
STOCK OF GOODS AT COST.
All those who feel anxious to make a
ass invited to call soon, for
DELAYS .ARE DANGEROUS.
Call at, the "BEGITDA.TOIt," one Door above
the Post deka. , C. L. WILCOX.
Wellaboro, Jan. 1. 29, 1866.
. 77,901 52
At Reduced Prices,
AT J. R. BOWEN'S.
MANHOOD. ROW 'LOST, HOW RESTORBD—Just
published, a new edition of Dr. Culverwell's
celebrated essay on the radical cure (without
medicine) of Spermatarrhosa. or seminal weak
ness, involuntary seminal losses, impotency, men
tal and physical incapacity, impediments to mar
riage, etc.; also consumption, epflepsy 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 thirty years' success
ful practice, that the alarming consequences of
self-abuse may be radically cured without the
dangerous use of internal medicine or the appli
cation of the knife—pointing out a mode of care
at once simple, certain and-effectual, by means of
which every sufferer, no mutter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and
radically. 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
post stamps. Address the 'publishers,
; AU/I,a . CHAS. 3. C. KLINE ct CO.,
tw.t. v., 127 Bowery, N.Y., p. oflice box 4,588.
March 261868-1 y
TNIA:BLED MEN, ATIViTION i—Wanted, one of
JJ two men in Wellaboro and vicinity, who have Mat
either an arm or leg, to sell Wedswonh's Water Proof
Arnica Healing Plaster, the best and cheapest court
plaster In the market. From $5 to $lO per day can be
made. Address, with 25 cents, for sample and full in
formation, A. F, BBLCIIEB, Box 45, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. 8.--All agents and peddlers would find it to their
interest to answer the above. aplB-2m
THE MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET
ORGANS' forty different styles, adapted to
sacred: and secular music, for $BO to $6OO each.
Thirty-Five Cord or Silver Jfedate, or other first
premiums awarded them. - Illustrated Catalogues
sent free. Address, MASON & HAMLIN, Bos.
ton, or MASON IMOTHERS, New York.
[Sept. 13, 1866-Iy.]
PURE OMER at
ROY'S DRUG STORE
TANDIISKINK'S SOZODONT for Clea
ning Teeth, for sale at the Drug Store of
LUMBER FOR SALE—The subscriber has
large quantity of
SIDING; PLANS and BOARDS,
at his mill in Catlin Hollow, which will be sold to
customers at market prices.
Charleston, March 21, 1866.—tf.
EREMINGTON SONS, Mo:itufietUiers.
. of Revolvers, Elfles, Muskets and Car-
In these dap of hnueebreaking aud 'robbery, er .
ery house, store, bu»1:-. and qjfice, should hare one())
' REMINGTONS' REVOLVERS. -
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the late
improvements in pistols, and those of superior
workmanship and form, will find all combined in
the flew REMINp7ON RkiruLVl.lttl; Circutars
taining coats and description of our Arms, will be
furnished upon application.
E. REMINGTON ct - SONS, Ilion, N. Y,
Bloom k NienoLs, Agents. No. 40, Courtland
street, New York. sp 4 6
llorso nil CanlB Potion.
TER, H CA YE'
T EHPER, F'
ERS, &01.11 , t117
LOSS OF AP'
TITE AND VIT.
use improves .
a smooth a)
miserable skeleton into a fine-looking and spirited
much faster. __—
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in
the Lungs, Li vc
.!kc , this nrtic:
acts as a
By putting fre
one-halt a pap:
to- a pl - p.a in
barrelof swill t‘
will be era lint,
or entirely Tr.ei
P 1 ca 25 Ce,ata
PRE - PAT-I rn
S. A. F'CrirrZ &
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1V1101,17g E :I 7.71;!;1 - ,;: LUC':
No, 118 FraniTlin 11:11. - sr' r-, 1:11
For gal , . I - •,! • •
out the Lb:ll[A ‘•
For aide by Sohn A. Roy, Wellsboro
WINTER GOODS, FOR THE MILL,
V V 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,
KENTUCKY JEANS, FRENCH CASSI
MERES, FULL CLOTHS.
, Attention is called to hisstof.lt of Black and
, OP Figured Dress Silks,Xursted Goods,
blerinoes, Black and Figured
DeLainee, Long and
Ladies' Cloth, Opera Flannels, ctc., &c., k.c., &c.
Purchasers will Snd that
No. 2, Union Block. Stain Street,
is the place to buy the best quality of Goods at
the lowest prices. JEROME SMITH.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1,1866.
DEERFIELD WOOLEN FACTORY.
THE lINDERSIGED having purchased
the well known Woolen Factory of Messrs.
E. A B. S. Bowen on the Cowanesque River, two
miles east of Knoxville, takes this method of
informing the inhabitants of Tioga and adjoining
counties that he will manufacture wool 1)31 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 particalaratten
Roll Carding, ilk Cloth Dressing,
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. He would ftrthpr say that he
has carried on the business in manufacturing
wool for farmers in Bradford and adjoining
counties for the past twenty years; he therefor/
can warrant all work and satisfy his customers
using nothing in manufacturing but genuine
wool. JOSEPH INGHAM.
Deerdeld, Jan. 1, 1866-Iy.
SELLING OFF AT REDUCED PRICS.
The undersigned would respectfully invite the
at tentiou of the public to his
LARGE AND CHOICE STOCK
GROCERIES dc PROVISIONS,
SUGARS, MOLASSES, SYRUPS, TEAS,
COFFEE, SPICES, PORK,
TOBACCO, SE , ARS, STONE & WOOD.
EN WARE, YANKEE
All of which will be sold at greatly reduced pri
ces for CASH. Call and see for yourselves.
Wollsboro, Dec. 13, 1865. J. D. JONES.
HALL'S CELEBRATED VIFIETABLE SICILIAN
11ALB. RENEWER, can be had at P.OTa Drng
'DOLLAR ' & SON, Meerschaum manufactu
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. apl 1 '66
NOTICE.—AII persons indebted to us by note
or Book Account will please call and settle,
as we are about closing up for a STRICTLY cash
business. WRIGHT & BAILEY.
Wellaboro, Jan. 31,1888.
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
fRRITATION OF TIIE NECK OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF THE
For - these diseases it is truly a sovereign rem
edy, and too much cannot be said in italpraise.—
A single dose hiss base ltuawn. to T. ieve the
most urgent eyrriptones.
long and, favorably
known, will thor
and cleansing the
stomach and intes
Ara you troubled with that distressing pain in
the small of the bank and through the hips?
A teaspoonful a day of Helmbold's Bauhu will
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
It is a aura pre-
I make no secret of ingredients: Helmbold's
Extract Bodin is composed of Butihn, Cubebs,
and Juniper Berries, selected with great care,
prepared in cacao and recording to rules of
These ingredients are known as the most val
nable Diuretics affordeci.
tration is invaluable.
itipT oyes the quality
of the milk. It has
been proven by ac
tual experiment to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
emit and make the
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loos: us
tl.cir bide, nrd
makes them thrive
Is that which acts upon the kidneys
Is pleasant in taste and odor, free from all injur
ious properties, and immediate in its action.
FOR TEM SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dispensa
tory of the 11. S., of which the following is a cor
rect copy :
" Bncnu.—lts odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and an.
alogons to that of mint. It is given chiefly in
complaints of the Urinary Organs, ouch as Grav
el. Chronic Catarrh of the bladder, Morbid Ir
ritation of the Bladder and Urethra, Diseases of
the'Proatrate, 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."
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Phys
Sea any and all Standard Worka on Medicine
lain acquainted with H. T. Helm bold ; he occu
pied the drug store opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting the business where
others had not been equally so before him. I
have been favorably impressed with his character
[Frost the Phitada Evening Bulletin, Moult 10.]
We are gratified to hear of the continued suc
cess, in New York, of our townsman, Mr. H.
T. Helmbold, Druggist. His store, next to the
Metropolitan Hotel, is 28 feet front, 230 feet
deep, and five stories in height. It is certainly
a grand establishment, and speaks favorably of
the merit of his articles. He retains his Office
and Labratory in this city, which are also model
establishments of their class.
The ,proprietor has been induced to make
this statement from the fact that his remedies,
althou,Oh advertised, are
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from
using any thing pertaining to Quackery, or the
,Patent Medicine order—moat of' which are pre
pared by self styled Doctors, who are too ignorant
to read a physician's simplest prescription, much
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 SIMPLE,
PURE, and MAJESTlC,—having Fact for its
Basis, Induction for its Pillar, Truth alone for
Malik is most important; and the afflicted
should not ,nse an advertised medicine, or sof
remedy, unless its contents or ingredients sre
known to others besides the manufacturer, or
until they are satisfied of the qualifications of the
party so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, New York:
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth &tea, Philadelphia, Pa.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS•
October 11, 1865—1 y
SISOOPERYEAR I We want agents co erl
where to sell our 131PRoTtn s • = o
leg Machines. 'Three new kinds. 'Upper and under
feed. Warranted five years, Above salary or large cern
-missions paid. The only machlnee sold in therultr a
States for leaf; than $4O, which are f Wig lice"? vtl 1 7
Howe, Wheeler Grover & Bak,,. Singer ,1
04, and Bachdder. other cheap machines ar.
fringentents, and the seller or tter.e are bab/e to a rrest ,
fine, and :IT/prison m ;rt. Circulars fret. A &Irv., or ' aLl
upon Shaw k Clark, Biddeford, Maine,
os9o A 310NTIIA—AGENTS ',mooed for sir,
tfray now crrticles. Just out. Address_ o .
BARER, City Building, Biddeford, Maine.
HELM:UMW* RUCH V.
II ELMHOLD , S MICH V.
KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF THE
BLADDER, SI'RANGETRY OR
PHARMACY AND DIEMISTRY
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
IN Tail WORLD.
(Firm of Powers 8. 'Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
A WORD OF CAUTION•
UELMBOI 4 D'S
FLDID EXTRACT BUCRII,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Established upwards cf 16 years
Prepared by H. 7. HELMBOLD