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" , When I Was six years old," says a
well known merchant, "my father died,
leaving nothing to my mother but the
charge of myself and two young sisters.
After 'selling the greater part of the
household - furniture -She- Owned, she
took two small romasin W— street,
'L and there, by her needle, contrived in
• some way—how I cannot tell, when I
recollect the litticrwptiey for which she
worked—to support bk In comfort.- Fre
quently, however, I remember that our
supper was simply a slice of bread, sea
soned by hunger, and-made inviting by
• the neat manner in which our-meal was
served, our table always being spread
with a cloth which, like my good moth
er's heart, seemed ever to preserve a
snow-white purity." - •
Wiping his eyes, - the - Merchant - co*
" Speaking of those days reminds me
of the time we sat down to the table one
evening, and my mother havipg
the blessing of our Heavenly Father on
her little defenceless ones, in tones of
tenderness that I remember 3-et, she di
vided the remnant of heronly loaf into
three pieces,-placing one on each of our
plates, but reserving none for herself.—
I stole round to her, and was about to
tell her that I was not hungry, when a
flood of tears burst from her- eyes, and
she clasped me to her bosom.
" Our meal was left untouched ; we
sat up late that night, and what we said
I cannot tell. I know _that my mother
talked to me more as a companion than
a child. When We knelt down to pray,
I gave up myself to be the Lord's, and
to serve my mother.
" But," said he, " this is not telling
you how neatness ;nada my fortune. It
was some time after this that my moth
er found an advertisement in the news
paper for an errand boy in a comniis.sion
house in B street. _
" Without being needful to' wait to
have my clothes mended, for my mother
always kept them in good order, and al
though, on close inspection, they bore
traces of more than one patch,_yet_,_on
the whole, they looked 'very neat;
out waiting to arrange my - hair, or clean
my shoes, for I was obliged to observe,
from my earliest youth, the most perfect
neatness in every respect, my mother
sent me to see if I could obtain the sit
uation. With a light step I started, for
I had long wished my rrwther to allow
me to do something to atiisist her.
" My heart beat fast, I assure Eon, as
I turned out of W— into
street, and made my way along to the
number my mother had given inc. I
summoned all courage I could mus
ter, and stepped briskly into the ware
house, and, found my way into the coun
ting house, and made known the object
of my calling. The merchant smiled,
and told me there was another boy who
had come a little before me, who he
thought he should engage. However,
he asked me some questions, and went
out and talked with the other boy, who
stood in the back part of the office.
" The result was the lad had been dis
missed, and I entered the merchant's
employment, first as an errand boy,
then as a clerk, afterwards as a partner
until his death, when he left me the
whole of the stock in trade. After I
had been in his Service some years, hie
told me the reason he chose me in pref
erence to the other boy, - was because of
the general neatness of my person ;
while in reference to the other lad he
noticed that he neglected to be tidy.—
To this simple circumstance has proba
ably been owing the greater part of my
i-ueee.zs in business."
Sow to Breathe.
There is one rule to be Observed in
taking exercise by walking—the very
best form in which it can be taken by
the young and able-bodied of all ages—
and that is, never to allow the action of
respiration to be carried on thrdugh the
mouth. The nasal passages are clearly
the medium through which respiration
was, by our Creator, designed to be car
ried on. " God breathed into man's
nostrils the, breath of life," previous to
his becoming a living creature. The
difference in the exhaustion of strength
by a long walk with Ithe month firmly
closed, and respiraticin carried on thro'
the nostrils instead of through the
mouth, is inconceivable to those who
have never tried the experiment. In
deed, this mischievotui and really unna
tural habit of carrying on the work of
inspiration and expiratiOn through the
mouth, instead of thrOugh the nasal
passages, is the true origin of almost all
the diseases of the throat and lungs, as
bronchitis, congestion asthma, and
even consumption itself. That excess
ive perspiration to which some individ
uals are so liable in their sleep, which is
so weakening to the body, is sorely the
effect of such persons sleeping with their
mouths unclosed. And the same un
pleasant and exhaustive results arise to
the animal system from walking with
the mouth open, instead of, when not
engaged in conversation, preserving the
lips in a state of firm but quietcompres
sion. As the heat and velocity of the
blood through the lungs depend almost
entirely upon the quantity of the at
mospheric air inhaled with each inspi
ration,—and it is unavoidable that it
should be taken in, in volume, by the
mouth, while it can only be supplied in
moderate quantities, and just in suffi
cient proportion to serve the purpose of
a healthy respiratory action, while sup
plied through the nostrils it is clear
that the body must be much lighter and
cooler, and the breathing much freer
and easier, when the hitter course rather
than the former is the one adopted.—
Children ought never to be allowed to
stand or walk with their mouths open ;
for, besides the vacant appearance it
gives to the, countenance, it is the cer
tain precursor of coughs, colds and sore
Why is kissing your sweetheart like
eating soup with a fork? Because it
takes a long time to get enough of it.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
On and after Monday, June 14, 1866, tnaine will leap
Corning at the following boars:
7:05 a m Wight Express, Mondays excepted, for Roch
ester, Buffalo, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, making di
rect connection with trains of the Atlantic do Great
Western, Lake Shore, and Grand Trunk Railways, for
all points West.
7:2S a. m., Lightning Express, Daily, for Rochester Buf
falo, Salamanca. Dunkirk and the West.
10M a. ra. Mai Train, Sundays excepted, for Buffalo
5'05 p. m., Emigrant train, Daily, for the West.
6:45 p. in.. Day Express, Sundays excepted, for Roches.
ter, Buffalo. Salamanca and the West, connecting at
Salamanca with the Atlantic it G. W. Railway, and
at Buffalo with the Lake Shore and Grand Trunk
Railways for points west and south.
12:= a. m, Express Mail. Sundays excepted. for Baia
lo, Salamanca, and Dunkirk," connecting with trains
for the West.
3:0 a. la., Cincinnati Express, Mondays excepted, con
necting at Elmira for liarrisbarg, Philadelphia. and
South ; at Owego for 'lthaca; at Binghamton for Sy
racuse; at Great Bend for Scranton and Philadelphia;
at Lackawaxen for Hawley, and at Graycourt for
Nevrburg and Warwick.
10:24 a. in., Day Express, Sundays excepted, connecting
at Great Band for Scranton, Philadelphia, and South.
415 p. m., New York and Baltimore Mail. Stindaye ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Ilarrisburgh, Phila
delphia, and South.
lh p. ta n Lightning Xximpte Sundays excepted.
1212 a, m., fight Express, D aily, connecting at Gray
court for Warwick.
12:25 p. ta. way Preight, Sundays excepted.
WM. R. BARR, 11. HIDDLB,
Gen't Pass. Agent. Gen'! Supt.
zf..s~iaY. ztu.•b..s i.'A.s:: n:aeiv.-rsa.,..`p~~.c:
THE PLACE TO BUY DRUGS.
,41 1 . , ,14 VON 4 Oi
P. R. Williams,
~1~ _r ..: a :'}''
VERB DREGS & MEDICINES.
7,LIErn o ®U1142 0 esaap
MAIN STREET, WELISBORO, PA.
[First door below Jerome
is the place to buy
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, PERPUMES, * ,
TOILET SOAP, YANKEE NOTIONS,
FANCY ARTICLES, PURE
WINES & LIQUORS,
T WANT it distinctly understood that I will
sell every thing in my lino cheaper than can
be bought at any other establishment in Tioga
I am vellini best Turkey Opium at , $1 per oh,
Morphine $1,25 per bottle, Jayne's Alterative and
Eifpectorant at $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5,
Ayers Sarsaparilla and Pectoral at $1 per bottle,
or 6 bottles forSs.
Constitution Water 141 per bottle
Constitution Life Syrup, 1,15 •• "
Seovell's Blood k Liver Syrup 1,00 " "
Wm. Hall's Balsam ' 1;00 ". "
Morales Catbo ...... 1,75 '
Davie Deppative 115 " "
And everything else in proportion. I gipt my
medicines from the manufantory, and wilt war
rant them genuine. My stoek of
Oils and Varnishes,
are Complete and are selling at greatly reduced
prices. All who have painting In do will find it
to their intereseto call at my store before buying
elsewhere. lam selling best Turpentine Varnish
from $3,50 to $6 per gallon.
VARNISH & PAINT BRUSHES,
all sorts and sizes, from 10 cents to $2 each
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC,
from 10 to 16 cents per pound. Also,
LINSEED OIL, BOILED AND RAW,
WINES, GIN AND BRANDY,
nice for medical use, which will be old at the
lowest cash price. I have also a I ge stock. of
TUBE RAINT4-AN11) BR ) 9, ..
for Oil" Painting, which will be sold for a small
of all kinds. Rene and Steven's family Dr'
Cocoas. I also keep
ALLRICE, PEPPER, CIANA4ON,,,
SODA, CREAM TARTAR,
GINGER, CORN • STARCH, ESSENCE
COFFEE, FLAVOKIIG, EXTRACTS,
&C. &C.' &C
Also a large stock of
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
WHITE WASH 'LIME,
and in fact every thing ever kept in a Drng Store
Persons wanting anything in pkY line, will stave
money by eilliitg it nry store, • ' • -
No. .3 ihnort 11F.00r,, - WsLi,surao, Pe.
Wellaborougb, April iB. 1866.
~:a i. ~ LeFS ~s
P. 8. . W/ILI&MIL
Card, Staptes .
ItRE PRItpARED TO ,SELL AS CHEAP
- as any dealers io the county, a gunertti as
sortment of t • ; .
DRY Gt)ODS, GROCERIES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING. HATS,
()APS itilPG#S ,Af S 4 0 .154 -I; Tit-
EARTHERN, STONE, AND GLASS WARE,
in abort, everything usually kept in n truantry
store, all of which will be sold as low as else
READY" PAY ONLY !
No trouble to- , ShOUr
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES.
„TAPLES r £ CO., grateful to Old patrons for
0-past' lavers, hope for a continuance of , the
same. Having formed -a toratnershipwith G.
P. CARD, they feel confident that they can do
better than eVer before, as the new firm will have
a larger assortment.
COMPETITION D.F.Fi ED !
• ! - CARD, STAPLES ic 6QN.
Reermyviile, Feb. 21,3646.-4.
it 6- I F 0 SAL, . 1866
B. C. WlCkll44;'
ik T HIS Nuitsmtiortit.433ll AND -131*
NAgENTAL t TREEB4 . IN TIOGA
60,600 Apple Trees.
10,0(10- Pear , Trees:
A gcod supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES A SHRUBBERY.
The Fmit trees are composed of the choicest
sassiskies, good, healthy, some of them !iris and
in Baring. Any one wishing to gut a supply
will do well to call and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Delivered at the depot
free of cbatge.
Tioga, Feb. 28, 1866-Iy*
TIOGA RUBLE WORKS.
CALKINS & CONKLIN. Proprietors:
(late, Cole and Calkins)
MR. CONKLIN havcag had .large ex-
JAL patience in some of the beet Marble Shope
in country in the artistic part of this badness
the proprietors are now prepared to.execete orders
for TOMB STONES, of - all kinds, and MONU
MENTS of either
RUTLAND OR ITALIAN MARBLE,
in the moat workmanlike manner, and with dis
patch, They will keep the beat quality of Mar
' ble, of both kinds named, constantly on hand.
I:Ronal-discolored with rust and, dirt cleansed
and made to look as good es new.
Mr. 'Harvey Adams, of Charleston, is our au
thorised Agent, and all contracts made with him
will be valid. Customers can' contract for work
wth him at shop prices.
Tioga Jan. I, 1866.-Iy. • • •
NEW MEAT. MARKET
WM. TOWNSEND, AGENT.
Wholesale Retail Dealer is.
FLOUR, PORK, HAMS, AND GRO-
-, ;c , 353r.5.550n0, F. 4%..
FRESH' BEEF, MUTTON, BUTTER, &c,
Shop one i;;;;i3L'ilfic;f
Welleboro, , Jan. 1,1866-tL
Sinlres & Tin Ware
FOR THE MILLION
Messrs: ROBERTS 4. _KELSEY
OPPOSITE ROY'S BUILDING,
Are now prepared to furnish the public with
anything,* their line of budness, in quantity as
large, in quality, as good, and as cheap in price
as any dealers in Northern Pennsylvania. '
They pay particular attention to the
STOVE AND TIN WARE BUSINESS,
and intend to keep a fall assortment of everything
in that line.
TIN WARE MADE
promptly, and weirented to give aatisfaotion.
executed in the best manner and with dispatoh
CALL AND SEE US.
ti fi :.RoaPlirfti#.lla4,sET.
Oielliborough, March 7, 1806.
ANNoiJ*eig - mtNT :
W E hope reduced the, price of Flour $1 per
shah 8011; 'FVBll:lrMrya'" Per !°"";
C. J. HILL FLOUR, WRIGHT &
BAILErB, BES,T WHITE
?' SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, BUCK
.? WHEAT FLOUR, GROUND
FEED, CORN MEAL,
BRAN, &o.; &c.
CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
•' ' ' ' GRAIN.
WEARIT 1 /IAI/ST.
Welleboro, Jan.:B4, 1866.
A LECTIIRE TO YOUNG KEN.—
7 1. Just published, la a sealed envelope.
- Price six cents. A lecture on the na.
tore, treatment and radical cure of
Spermatorrhtea or seminal wealmeas, involuntary amis.
atolls, sexual debility and impedimenta to marriage gen
*rally. , Nervousness, cormumption, epilepsy and fits.
mental-a nd physical incapacity, resulting from self
abuse, pc., by Robert J. Culverwell, M. D., author of the
" greenebook," &c.
Iv The World renowned either, in this admirable lac
mire, clearly proves from his - own experience that the
awful consequences of self-abuse may ho effectually re
moved without medicine, and Without dangerous surgi
cal operations, boogies, instruments, rings, or cordials,
pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effectu
al, by which every sufferer. no matter. what his condi
tion may be, may cure hiniself cheaply, prim tely, and
radically. This lecture will prove a boon to thousands
and thousands. Sent under seal, to any address, in a
plain sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two
postage stamps. by addressing
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, N.Y., p. otßeebox
undersigned, agent for the celebrated Ro
_IL chaster Trout Fies, keeps constantly on hand
fishing tackle. consisting of N. Y. trout flies, Kin
sey & Limerick hooks, on snells, silk, braided,
hair, seagrass and linen lines ; leaders,gut
strands, hooks, fly books, rods, reels, troutbask
ets, tips, landing nets, &c. Slop in the rear of
Gunn & Tucker stove store. L. A. SEARS.
Wandler°, May 16, 1866.
Stoves: Stoves 2:
MRI WILLIAM' 'ROBERTS hart , to
IT-1- announce to the citizens of Tioga County,
that in addition to his excellent stock of Stoves,
Tin-Ware. Brittania, and Sheet-Iron %Vare, he
has,' at astral outlay, stocked his. store on
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
with &complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of *Melt we enumerate-thisTonoring article*:
404 SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, BAND AND BUCK SAWS;
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
' BURRS, SKEINS, WASEEER4 ;
PIPE BOXES, AXLE- k
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
84 BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
• , POWDER ANI?
PATENT BABRD4 1 )OR HANGINGS,
a new thing, and made fok use. Thus are but a
few of the many artiolea composing our stock
We' invite the public to call 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. WILLIA.M- ROBERTS•
Wellsboro, Jun. 1 1886-tf.
FIRE! FIRE! I FIRE! !
The undersiglefri %cgs i ave to announce
the people of Tioga County that he has estab
lished an agency in Wellabor°, for the well
of New York
That he is prepared to insure all kinds of prop
&Sy upon as reasonable terms as can be had in
aly tither responsible Companies 4 AND ISSUE
POLICIES without sending the'iPplioation 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 whichnn Ist of January,
1865, amounted to
14 Officers are
CRAS. J. -MARTIN,
F. WILWORT.U ,
JOHN McGEB "
J. ,11. WASRBORN.
This Company has taken out
A STATE Ie#IOEINSE,
and monthly pays the per mintage charged upon
its Heceipte 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 liesinse are deolittotioull and
void, and the parties are liable to a heavy penal
ty for so insuring. See Purdon's Digest, page
853, See. 21, 22, 23.
Wellsboro, Aug. 23,'65. W. H. SMITH.
& N. lIAMIIOND' S MOW_
Attddlebuty, Tioga Co., Pa.,
Sit4ated. on the Plank Road, 4 miles from Tioga.
te are preparAto faTishlo(1 J prctiS Trees
at e following pritiii . • " •
Appletreer—large size, 25 cents at the Nursery;
30 cents delivered. Common size, 20 cents at the
NUrsery, 25 cents delivered. Pear Trees, 50 cts.
Gutman APPLEB.—Burnham Harvest, Early
Harvest, Chenango Strawberry, ,Washington
Strawberry, Red Aetraeliati;Sdinider Bellflower,
Summer Queen, Summer King, Sweet Bow, Sour
;FALL APPLES.—FBI:IMM Gravenstein, Rambo,
Ribston Pippin, Fall Pippin, Republican Pippin,
Hawley or Douse, Maiden's Blush, Large Wine,
ales' Sweating, Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet.
ilir3rEz APPLES.-.-Baldwin, Bailey Sweet,
Black Gillflower, Blue Pearmain, American Gol
den Russet, Roxbury Russet,Rhode Island Green-
Esopus Spitzenburg, Swear, Sweet Gillilownr,
Sugar Sweet, Honey Greening, Honey Sweet,
Pound Sweet, Pound Sour, Peek's Pleasant, Tall
man Sweet, Tompkins C 0.., King, Wagner.
PEsns.—Bartlett, English Jargonelle, Bleaker's
Meadow, Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Seekel, Beurre D' Amalie, Golden Beurre,Flemish
Beauty, Gloat Moreetia, Lawrence.
Also—Siberian Crab, Quinces, and Grape roots
...-several varieties. .1 C. & N. HAMMOND.
Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa., Jan. 1,.1886-ly
PORTABLE LEMONADE is the
only preparation of the kind made from
the fruit. As an article of economy, purity, and
deliciousness, it cannot be surpassed, and is recom
mmended by physicians for invalids and family
use. It will keep 'for years in any climate, while
its condensed form renders it especially conven
ient for travelers. All who use lemons are re
quested to give it a trial. Entertainments at
home, parties, and picnicalhotild not be without
it. For sale by all Druggists and first-class
Grocers. Manufactured only by
xylcaors , PERUVIAN BARE Jr. PROT
_LI OXIDE OF IRON, for sale by
[jan.3l, '661 BORDEN BRO'S., Tioga.
KEROSINE LAMPS at
ROY'S DRUG STORE.
JOB -WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE. and
pith despatch, at THE AGITATOR Office.
lUr RS. CREVALIEN'S HAIR TONIC AND
Al. DRESSER, at WEBB'S DRUG STORE.
a N EMITS for gale 'it
• .. „ ROY'S DION 13'10114,
LOUIS F. METZGER,
No. 649 Pearl St., N. Y. 1
nATABRII Cureerfilw,nettßeller f—Reectl—
ki For one dollar,ipti Mt% t witi +viand free to
any,address, a recipe and medicine• that I will
guarantee to cure tine worst cases of Catarrh in
the head or bronchial tubes, in a, few weeks. It
has saved my
_life, and made me a well man from
Catarrh and a , severe and: dangerous bronchial
trouble I had inffered-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 mediclee, 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 become a-settled consumption, Cure it while
you can. Addrees, T. P. SYMMES, No. 1523
Fulton at. New York. . mar 28,'86-3m •
to ....... a permanent-cure in Dyspept _ .raver
Complaint. They are not a purgative, and there
fore their use,d4ea not create a necessity for the
habitual use of Cathartics. They cause no sick
ness of the stomach, no griping of the bowels, and
y harmleaa.to the most delicate.
They I immediately eorrect a -Sour Stomach,
cure PI tolence, Heartburn, Sickness or pain in
the Sto eh, Costiveness, Belching_of wind, Liver
Complaints, Headache, and in fact all those dint
greeable(and riagerotia. symptoms of the disease,
which unifft onofbi the pleasures and duties of
They On an agreeable and wholesome appe
tiser, without any of the injurious effects which
are surelto follow the use of stimulating "Bitter"
g i e
and all urgative medlaittes,' Bll3coir purifying,
stren ning and invigorating power - they are
Burnie eon the digestive organs in a healthy.eon
dition, tormenting Costiveness,•Diarrbrea or
Weak and delicate persons, who have been in
jured by the use of powerful and purgatives,
frnd themanallitolafe and sure nnderer of the di
gestive organs - to their original strength and vigor.
Prepszed - milky by the prorifetbr,' - - '
S. N. ROCKWELL,
S. E. or.'2lst and Market Sta., Philad'a, Pa. -.
See t n t
my Signature is on the face of the
box be re purchasing. Beware of spurious imi
tations .i - • .. ' . .
W. D. TDRBELL, Wholesale Agent, Cor
ning, N. Y. . Sold, by all Druggiats.
IM ORTANTib FEMALES
( f sk i? / , I ;•;:: . ';' l : , , , 41 .,__ . \ "
N. \ \
2 . - it PILLS ) l'
131LthiPTION I—DL. CECEESP.MO'S PILLS
. 33 2 ht combination of ingreditioni in thane Pills is
the relul.of a long and extensive practice. They ate
mild in Uttar operation, and cannot do harm to the
most dOdicate; ceretain In correcting All irregularities,
Painful Menstruation/ removing all obetructions,
whether from cold or olherwleaheadaehe, pain in the
side,pitation of the heart, whites, all nervous affec
tions, yatelice, ,fatigue, pain in • the back and limbs,
he., d i urbed aloof., which "ariseTrom interruptions of
nature; ' •, •i -
Cheaseman'g Pills was the commence
ment of a new era in the treatment of irregularities
and obstructions which have .consigned eb many to a
premature grare.= No female can enjoy good health
unless' she Is regular, and whenever an obstruction
rakes place the general health begins to decline. These
Pills form the finest preparation ever put forward with
Immediate DDCIDEDSDIICIIt success. E:IN'T BE DECEIVED.
Take this advertisement to your Druggist, and tell him
that you want the Best and most Reliable Female
Medicine in the World, which is, comprised to these
ch eel ama n la pins have been a Standard
Remedy for over thirty years, and are the most effectual
one everever known for all complaints peculiar to Fe
males.: To all classes they are Invaluable, inducing,
with certainty, periodical regularity. They are known
to thousands, who haie used them at different periods,
throughout the country, having the sanction of some
of this most eminent Physiciansin America.
Explicit directions, stating when they should not
not be used ; with each Box—the Price One Dollar per
Box. or 6Boxee for $5, containing from 60 to 60 Pillll.
Pills sent by mail, promptly secure from observation,
by rotbittang_ to the proprietors. Sold by Druggists
generally. Sent by express anywhere, by adressoing
HUTCHINGS Sc HILLY_EIt, Proprietors,
28 Dey Street„New York.
Sold In Wellsboro by John A. Roy; in Tioga by
Bordenßro's; in Lawrenceville by W. 6-. Sliller.lloct6s
HEAR BEAR TEl—The Po of
this Elsettonars new open.
C. L. WILCOX,
Of Wi4;boio,,offers ' for pale bia entire
STOOK OF GOODS AT COST.
Ali those who feel aniieus to mike
are invited to Galt soon, for - -*
DELAYS ARE, DANGEROUS.
Call at the "REGULATOR," one Dour above
the Post Wiles. WILCOX.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1. 29, 1866.
Alt CRAWS. CNIEY I—Again on the 'cornea,.
.1.11: 1 Will be,lotind the present season at the
tonguing places :
Mondays—at Wellsboro until 1 P. M.; at H.
H. Potter's it 3:P. Ili.;, at teetteyville from 4to
5 P; M.; and at Shortsville frOin 7 P. M., to 7 A.
M.,iTuesdaY.l i; ti
Tuesdays—at Sabinsville from noon to 5 P. M. ;
at Westfield from; P. M., to 84. K., Wednesday.
Wednesdays—at • Ktioxville froin noon till 3 P.
M.; Academy Corners from 6 P. M., till 7 A. M.,
Thursday. -- '
Thuradays—at Farmington from 10 A. 14. to 1
P. 14f ; Mariitt's from 3 to 5 P. M. •
Fridays and Saturdays—at the stable of the
proprietor in Tioga. For terms, see large bills.
Tioga, May 18,'86. E. A. SMEAD, Prer."
TTAMBLETONIAN, Jr.—Sire, Hambletonian;
grindsire, Abdallah; g=grandeire, old
Mambrine; 4-trktrundsire,. imported..3fissenger.
Seven years old, 16 hands high, dark roan, can
trot a mile in less than three-minutes. He can
show more good,steck than any other stallion in
Tioga county. •
Will stand the emitting season at the stable of
the proprietor, in Knoxville, until August 1, 'B6.
For terms, 'see large posters.
Knoxville, May 16, 1866. 0. H. WOOD.
IBABERD MEN, AlynnxlON I—Wanted, one or
"two men in Wellsboro and 'vicinity, who have lost
either artarm or leg, to sell Wadsworth's Water Proof
Arnica Healing Plaster, the beet 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
foxrdatdon, A. Pi BELCHER, Box 45, Philadelphia, Pa.
N.B.—All agents and peddlers would find it to their
interest tO =UMW the above. , aplB-3m
THE MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET
ORGANS' forty different styles, adapted to
sacred and similar music, for $BO to $BO9 each:
Thirty-Five Gold or Silver Medals, or other first
premiums awarded-them. Illustrated Catalogues
sent free. Address, MASON b HAMLIN, Bos.
ton, or MASON BROTHERS, New York.
' [Sept. 13, 1835-Iy.)
T UMBII. • FOR, SALE:=Tho +subscriber has
_LA hogoquintity of
at his tarn in Catlin Hollow, which will be sold to
customers at market prices.
Charleston, March 21, 1880.—tf.
ALT RHEUM is easily cured by using the Roams:
av Orsrmerrr. This valuable remedynt truly called
the Mothers' Pavorite,se JVcarr eU the !ores on all
the little ones. It may be used on the youngest chil
dren with perfect safety. It is useful fat all eniptionn
and skin diseases. Sold at Roy's drug store. Price,23c.
FLOUR FROM CHOICE WRITE WHEAT,
buckwheat flour, corn meal and feed, always
on hand...i Call at the. CharliaMft Bfillbeforebuy
ing your flour andfeed. I oan make Ran object
for you to buy. , - • A. RUSSELL.
May 16, 1866-tf
RWMISIfITOM dfc • 808, •Ilanafeetneem,
of Revolvers,, Rifles, Muskets and car-
In these days of housebreaking and robbery, ev
ery house, rto.re, bank and qfice, should have one cg
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the late
improvements in pistols, end those of superior
workmanship and form, will find- all combined in
the neto REMINGTON RkvoLvzns. Circulars con
taining cuts and description of our Arms, will be
furnished upon application.
E. REMINGTON A - SONS, Ilion, N. Y,
Molise - A Nicnois, Agents, No. 40, Courtland
street, New York. ap 4 68
11110 and No Polders.
COll - GLES, Di
TEIIPZE, - F1
V ERS, FOUND E
LOSS OF APP'
TIT E AND PIT.
use improves th.
wind s Increases
a smooth a
transforms t h
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in
the Lungs, Liver,
&0., this article . • .
acts al a specific.
By putting. from .„
to a paper in
barretor swill the
above diseui,i =-
will be eradicated
or entirely p vented jf ci—.n in time, a certain
preventive and care for the hog, Clol-ra.
Price 25 Ceara par o , v G Papeie for £l.
A. voir-rz 1311.0.,
WHOUS 4 LE DM 3 'CD 31 rIIIME DEPOT,
No. 116 Prat:l7l:R r,'., 1 - (1
FOr Sale I , : i. .11, I • I
For sate by John A. Roy, Wellsboro. 1
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,
KENTUCKY . JEANS, FRENCH CASSI
MERES, FIILIT% CLOTHS.
t -" Attention is called to his stock of Black and
Figured Dress Bilks, Worsted Goods,
Merinoes, Black and Figured
DeLainee, Long and -
Ladies' Cloth, Opera Flannels, Sic., &e.
Purchasers will find that
No. fl, Union Block. Main Street;
is the place to buy the beat quality of Goods at
the lowest prices. JEROME SMITH.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1866.
DEERFIELD WOOLEN FACTORY.
THE UNDERSIGED having purchased
the well known Woolen Factory of Messrs.
E. 4 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 by the
yard or on shares tosnit 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 atten
011 Carding ar. Cloth Dressing,
thid' will bit done in the neatest possible men
or, haying added one new Roll Machine, will
enable him to dispatch and accommodate people
from a distance. He would farther say that he
be/ 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, 1868-Iy.
SELLING OFF AT REDUCED PRICS
The undersigned would respectfully invite the
at tention of the public to hia ,
LARGE AND CHOICE STOCK
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
SUGARS, MOLASSES, SYRUPS, TILS,
COFFEE, SPICES, PORK,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, STONE ac WOOD-
EN WARE, YANKEE
All of whit& will IA sold at greatly reduoecfprl
oes for CASH. Call-and see for yourselves.
Welleboro, Deo. 13, 1865. J. D. JONES.
........,ey, near Fourth street, N.
...went* and retail at reduced rates. Pipes
and Holders cut to order and repaired. All goods
warranted genuine. Send shimp for circular.—
pjpeo $6 to $BO each. apl I '66
NOTICE.—AII persons indebted ns by note
or Book Account will please ca l and settle,
as we aro about closing up fora STIA CTLY cash
business. WRIGHT A BAILEY.
Wallaboro, Jan. 31,1866.
RELMBQLP'S . E . 4CTRApT Btfell
4 • 4
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
RRITATION OF THE, NECK OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF THE
For these diseases it is truly a soveredgn
edy, and too mush cannot be said in its praise.—
A single dose has been known to relieve the
most urgent symptoms.
ionic and favorably
known, will thor
by F treng th ming
and cleansing the
stomach and lutes•
Are you troubled with that distrusing pain In
the small of the back and through, the hips ?
A teaspoonful a day of lifilmbeld's Bodin will
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
It is a gars pre
ventive ot all tits
eases incident to
I make no secret of ingredients. 'lRMA°ld'r
Extract Bucho is composed of•Bntim, Cabala,
and Juniper Berries, selected with great can,
prepared in vacua and recording to rules of
These ingredients are known as the most val
uable Diuretics afforded.
ration 1.9 invaluable.
nprovei the quality
of the milk. it has
been proven by ac
tual experimer.t to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make the
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosens
their hide, ar.tl
makes them thrive
Is that which acts upon the kidneys'
I:irriiii3O:l9Plili:ea4l44:7:% l / 2 11:11P1;t111
Is pleasant in taste sad odic, free from all injur
ious properties, and immediate in its action.
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties- contained in Dispense
tory of the U. S., of whickthe following Is a cor
ract copy :
" Bucttu.—lts odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and an
alogous to that of mint. It is given chiefly in
complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Gray
al,. 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."
See Professor DOROCS' valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Phys
ic, of Philadelphia.
See any and all Standard Works on Medicine.
Ism acquainted with lif .T. Helsabold heoccu
pied the drug store opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting the businus where
others had not been equally so Wore him. I
have been favorably impressed with his character
[From the Phibada Evening Bulletin, I/cinch 10.]
We are gratified to hear of the continued suc
cess, in New York, of our townsman, Mr.
T. flebnbold, Druggist. Ili, store, next to the
Metropolitan Botel, 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. Be 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.
although advertised, are
And, knoviing that the intelligent refrain from
nsingany thing pertaining to Quackery, or the
Patent Medicine order—most of which art pre
pared by self styled Doctors, who are too ignorant
to read a physician's simplest prescription, much
less competent to prepare pharmaoentical prepar
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sales, such as copy
ingiparts of advertisements of popular respect,
and finishing with certificates.
The Science of Medicine Btande MOLE,
PIIRE, and MAJESTIC, —having Fact for iu
Bettis, Induction for its Pillar, Truth alone flr
Health is moat important; and the aided
should not use an advertised medicine, or any
remedy, unless its contents or ingredients ire
known to others besides the mannfacturer, or
until they are sat'sffed of the qualifications of the
party so offering.
FLUID _ EXTRACT BUCITU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
Prepared by H. T. KELMB OLD.
HELMBOLD'SDRUG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, New York ;
And RELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia , It.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
• had at son, Drag
October 11, 1865-ly
.1500 PE R YEAR We want :vets area
whore to sell our DIPLOYSD S2O
lug Machines , . Three new kinds. Upper and undo
feed. 'Warranted five years. Above salary or lane cor;
mildew paid. The only machine* sold in the nut , v;
States for less than $4O, which are fully l‘cm" ,
Howe, lcheebr a Wilson, Gruver te Faker, Sett r
thy and Iktehelder. An other cheap machine are
fringe-meats, and the viler or user are bah/1 to arr' c gii
fine, and imprisonmed. Circulars free. Addre. ,, ' or
upon Shaw A Clark, Biddeford; Niaine.
*.9gbi - aifas - I'aI—AGENI9 wanted frx
""athc43' trd, st° 3tine A . dd""-°.
IHIELRIBOLD 9 S MCHIL
H E LDISOLD'S RUCH 11l
KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF THE
BLADDER, STRANGURY OR
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
IN TEEN WORLD.
(Firm of Powers tt, Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
i A WORD OF CAUTION
II E L ra B 0 IJ Dl S
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Eatabliahed urtowds cf 16 years