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WEDNESDAY QUT. 3, 1866.
Since Grape Wine—P. R. Williams.
\ - ew tiouda—J. A. Poxboue.
Agency—Sherwood a , Harrison..
f, e ,,tn Store—EuHord & Truman,
Sent;antod—S. S. Scranton.
Baos Report—J. L . itajinBoo,,6l.3b,r.
,„ J ,„ Oct. 4. NELSON, Stag and Wm- H.
"EUBNEYVILLE, "Nichols and
S. B. Elliott
CHARLESTON. [Round Top]
Dr. Webb, M. H. Cobb. •
BROOKFIELD, [Hollow] Mer-
tick and Garretoon.
.ty, oet 5. LAMB'S CREEK, S. B. Elliott,
- C. A. Seymour.
BEOOKFIELD, [near Kurd
augh'i] Garret Eon, Merrick.
- KNOXVILLE, Strang and W.
NILES eir A "LL BI , Mitchell and.
TValeing e. house)
- -DE L MAX. [Coolidge,a i,1495.1,1
Mitchell and Webb.
MITCIIELL'S CREEK, John
W. Guernsey, C. H, Seymour.
Yonday night,. Oct. S. W ELLSBORO, S. F. Wil
son, F. E. Smith.
/tele meetings are all for the evening.
The Post Office is removed to P. R.
vuaaa's drug etore, tlro doors above the old
The Troy d istrict. Ministerial and Lay
5, sneiation hold their next meeting sit• Ca
n county, Oct. 16, 1566, et two P. M.
A ',lt attendance is e'xpected.
LECTCRE AT TlOGA.—There will be
lectare on Education, by Professor F. A. Allen,
El the Presbyterian Church in Tioga, on Friday
eveting. October 12.
TE AC4.DEXI.—The pttendamee at
;r , We:labor° Academy is now nearly 100, and
irereasing. This ie the most lovely season
the year, end the moan prottatde to devote to
teritag as education. Mr. Van Allen and his
treeller.t assistants offer superior inducements to
ycays people. Let us all - stand by them, and
r.che it an object for them to couticmo among at.
li.lii9FlELD.—Passing through Mans:
Eels.' the other day, we -noticed' the progress of
pra.snent imprcrements in the shape of new
cuilkiings going up on eeveral streets.. The vital
;ty of Mansfield energy is unmistakable.
(Jar young friend, Frank M. Spencer, has just
cL,rapleted a new and elegant photograph gallery
`2,lm!rn, street, where he is prepared to " eecure
tee shadow ere the substance fades," for all who
ma} pay him a visit.
the Norttoil School is.filling up rapidly, and
promises to become more prosperous than ever--
It lo safe to say that no institution of its kind has
a more efficieot
THE into a high
er life, on the 24th of Scpteteher, ultimo, Jon:
M. PHELPS, Esq., late Deputy Collector of inter
nal revenue for the county of Tinge.
The departed 'll-12 acted, during his official hfe,
as oue of the mostlaithfol and efficient officers in
the 18th district,. He was hones/. honorable, and
frank. as the open day. These qualities would
recommend him to the batter class of business
men everywhere, but they failed to recommend'
him to dothew Johnson. it was found that. Mr.
Phelps bsrl a conscience. It wee ascertained that
Mr. Phelps had principles valued at more than, his
taiary. This wee soOffsZllee against the new order
.tf things; for under the new regime no Republi
can it deemed fit, to bold office who esteems prin
ciriec abore price. So the axe fell, and our
fricnt's bend rolled into the basket. and be passed
cc to the higher life. •
His successor 5.114 r. B. B. 'Holiday, of Well,7bo.
to. Mr- nolidey has ale aye worked and toted
with the Copperhead party. :So the plan of put
ting a thin edit of TALeoln varnish upon:the up
ptittees to place" under Andrew 'Johnson, is aban-
That is better. It is not lying, at least,
stile the other pier. was unmitigated lying: The
people can now ace where Andrew, Johnson is.—
Tbe tr.ask is off. Edgar Oowan BtandB therewith
tc tn. a Copperhead of the least decree, but pot
s:tout as the worst.
You - Na MEN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB.- -
The third weekly pahlic meeting of this vigor.
vu Club, twa in the Court ,House Tcesday eve
sal of last week, (Sept. •25,) was a decided jam
-Coe room being filled to overflowing with ladies
and :entlemen. Th.crit was. a very interesting
I,:cfeaultion of a fine oil-painting equestrian por
:mit of Gen. Gearyrirorn,_the
. Clab se-the .
Yoing MOti's Club. A neat presontatiori IPeeck,
w made by Major Nichols, which was respond
s' to by Major Merrick in s happy manner. The
painting is six by seven feet, and fatly mounted
C,L c r.r.E.
210jc.r W. A. Nicaor.4 addraised the Club in a
nu. and effective eneech, which - was received
wlta frequent nutbarata of applauee.
Re was followed by G. M. DE Put, Esq., of
li'ilhamepotti who accitrltted - himaelf with great
c•rea:t, and mud) to the satistacti.rn of the ancli
addrees was welt totaidered, and E
The Glee Club etilivened.tlae evening with stir
:4.st wage, executed with spirit, and with tuicb
talent as to wiu nuiceteal applaute. The Glee
Cub has won golden opinions during the corn
1-'.gn, and we trust that it may not disband Bow
teat tLe campaign ie about to dose. The Club is
deeded feature in the politics of the county,
and too much credit cannot be awarded to its man
THE VoICE OF THE WELL—The
iu'ioscing are resolutions adopted by the Webb
Congregational Association, bad - at Pottstille,
Seltember 22, representing some thirty or
Lorry Welsh Congregational Churches in this
" WHEREAS, This Association has always es.-
Teemed it a duty and a privilege to take high
ground on the immutable principles of Freedom
Ltd Justice, and
" WMFAEAS, During the slaveholders' rebellitM
cc stood firmly by those principles, and assisted
to uphold the GorertiMen sustain the Martyr
Lircolu in bis efforts to subdue armed treason;
" WBrßrks. We heartily endorse the sentiment
rateied by Andrew Johnson, that treason should
be tr-adc odious and traitors should be punished,'
" Rsiotreil, That in the present great contest
l'rtween the people who in the field crushed re
b'-'lll'oo,, and the late rebels who are led and en
""";td by a Pree‘ident who has proved faithless
to the principles epee which he was elected, the
Welsh C2bgregatioill I Asso.ciatiock of Perasylva
i; tree to ifs record, flanges itself on the side
that will preserve our liberties and guarantee to
all classes of citizens, freedom, justice, and equal
" Revotred, That we approve of the constite
tinnkt ktn•ndmetit ednpted by Congress, es the
c Tree: Untie for reconstruction :tielfeving !bat
1. " &trate ore the moil lenient ever ecenrdeil to
'ratters., ant that until they are seeepted by the
1 1 .erie of the Fitztles t tety in rebellion. the repre
tentative t of those:Rate:, should not be admaced
" Reeol.d, That it. is the duty of each citizen
INbo eplaks the Welch language. to support, by
Lie mice nod vote the principles of freedom, that
sbuuld ti dear to the Welsh heart, sad that we
urge such action at the approaching election as
will tell Agnellifor the right.
" Reitotred, That the sacred memory of the
many thousands of brave Union 'soldiers who
fell in battle, and who were cruelly murdered in
the prison pens of the South, demand that the
leaders of an unprovoked rebellion, the-perpeirst
rive of atapendons crimes, should be punished;
especially that Jefferson Davis, the muter mind
of, and principal actor in the dreadful tragedy,
should be brought to trial, und, if convicted, ade
quately punished, a• a warning and example to
those who in the future would seek the life of the
nation. WILLIAMS, Moderator.
R. R. Wittuare, Scribe
" SATURDAY NIGH T. 77 —We have re
ceived a number of a beautiful quarto literary
paper with the above title, published weekly in
Philadelphia by Davis le Elverson, at $3 per
year. It is a paper of high grade, both as regards
matter and style of conduct, and we most cheer:
fully commend it to all who wish a family literary
Our Young Folks still bears the palm as a
youth's magazine. The October number is capi
tal, as usuaL $2 per annum. Young keeps it.
The elev'enth number of the Galaxy,
the fortnightly magazine, has reached us. It sus
tains its high reputation, ably,- and isworthy c f
universal patronage. $8 per year• Addrets"Yke
Galaxy," New York, or order it of Young. -
P.EtQBABLY you have been in to look
at Durum's largo .and excellent stock of *iota
and !hoes ;- if not, lose no time and drop in. It
is a stock . woitity- of the reputation of the old
WANTED immediately a smart active
young man, about 18 years old, to learn the mer
cantile hueiness. Must be good in mathematics.
on. 2-2 t . Addison. N. g. -
The folloWing desirable goods-just received
40 inch widelireueh Merinos, at 9a ; 36 in. wide
Paramettas, Ss 6d; 27 in....twilled Coburge, 38 (in
all colors); new detainee at the lowest 'market
rates; new Sprague and Pacific prints, 20o; good
Kentucky jeans, 250; farmers and mechanics'
cassimeres, 5s ; double and twisted cassimeres,
half wool, 68; all Nyco! cassimeres SI; fast colored
prints 15e; heavy twilled flannels, red and gray,
at 35 per yd ; halnioral skirts, good, $2 50; heavy
eheetings, yard wide, 16c, Is 6c, and 3s ; denims.
stripes, kc., same rates. These goods are about
15 per cent less than spring prices. Customers
can now buy goods at tower average- prices than
for a long limo. J. A.PARSONS.
Just received eight choice colors in ladles'
cloths, suitable for dress purposes, in fine quali
ties, cheap. J. A. PARSONS.
Just opened. one case all wool sheep's gray
cloth, at $1 per yard; one ease of Rochester gray
cloths, very good goods, at 108 and Us - per yard,
according to weight. J. A. PARSONS.
Cotton batting, cotton and woolen yarns, carpet
warps, and in all the qualities and numbers cheap.
J. A. PARSONS.
• Customers are invited to call and examine our
stock before purchasing. They will find a good
ttl t,,rt ine nt of goods and money-bargains. Quick
tales are the order of the day this fall.
- I have made arrangements by which I can Fell
Elmira b,...as and shoes (Richardson's make)
cheaper in proportion to the prices of other goods
than ever before. \ J. A. Peas°2is.
In Charlmton, on the 25th ultimo, by Rev. J.
F. Calkins, Mr. Trcumem }", W BEELER and Miee
MARY E. KIMBALL, both of ttiorlestoo:
In Wieeonein on the 22d instant, 'by Rev. W.
Lattin, OODRUFE, of RiChford.oollE4y,
Wi*eonsin, and Miss K. ADAMS, daughter of
Abram Maine; of Tioga, Pa.
At Warre.h, N. Y., Sept. 19, by Rev. E. E
i Williams, Mr. F. 11. An.axs, of 'flop, Pa., and
Mls. ELLEN M. Cs.aPEN - ratt, only daugbter crf 0.
F. Carpenter, Esq.
i In Wellsboro, Nept. 29, by Rev. J. F. Calkins,
C a pt. R. F. ci,Arrox, of New York, and Mir.*
ANNA Ntcuot.s, daughter of Hon. Levi 1.
ole, of -Wellsboro.
[Capt. Clayton was a gallant soldier of tho Un
ion army. and waa ,recommended fur promotion
by Gen. 13anks and Gen. Gea'ry for gallant con
duct nt the battles of Ceder Mountain and Chan
cellorville- lie received a wound, supposed to be
mortal, at Cedar Mountain, and not being able to
tnareh atChancellorville,- procured a horse and
led his company in that fight, during which he
.lioarnied nod captured a rebel officer with his own
l ands. "None but the brave deserve the fair.")
In Delmar, on the 29th September, -by Rev. .1.
P. Calkins, Mr. Srt.strrEtt liouctrrott and Miss
ALBISA GnEES, both of Delmar.
a? , .f.r . rf,YES',-..-The, ad rertiser„ ha si g been
restored to h()alth in a few weeks'hy a very siinpler
remedy. after having Brasted for several yeare with a
severe tong affection and that dread disease, Consiimp
tlon—is anxious, to make known' to his fellow-sufferers
the means of cure
Tn all who desire it. he will send a copy of the pre
scription used. free of charge. with the directions for
preparing and using the mine, which they will find a
3la e ,are for Consumption, Asthma. Bronchitis. Coughs
and Cold., and all throat and lung affections The only
ellesd of the advett..,er in sending the Prescription is
to benefit the afflicted and spread Juformittida which he
- conceives to he invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer
will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing and
may prove a - Westing Parties wishing the preseriptlow
rat.t. by return mail, will please address Rev. F.t.
WARD A • ' •••• ,r•,- i;•
QTR.A.IifiE, BUT TlME.—Erery.yonng lady-and gen
° tleman in the United ttates can bear something to
their advantage by ritnrn mail (free of charge) by ad
dressing the undersigned - - Those having fears of being
humbugged will please oblige bynot noticing thie ; card
Alt others Will please address their obedient servant,
THOS E CHAPMAN,
- 441. 31, '66-35 131 Broadway ; New York,-
• Claim Agency.
HENRY SHERWOOD & J. HARRISON ,
Atty's, will collect BOUNTIES, Pnstatons ,
and all other claims against the Government,
Under the Provisions of late acts of Congress
$lOO 'extra :Bounty
will be paid to every three years' man wiio served
oat his full time, or was wounded: in ecrvicM "or
waa discharged by reason of the termination of the
rents of three years men,
$5O gxtra Bounty
will be paid to all two years' men and their lleirs
under like circumstances, and to three years' men
who served two years of their enlistment.
In no ease will any extra bounty be paid when
more than 3100 has been previously paid.
No claim will be entertained unless presented
under RULES AND REGULATIONS issued by the
War Department Sept, 22, lase,
The Department will receive claims from Oct.
1,1806, until April 1,1867. In ease of claims by
parents under late acts of Congress for bounty.
The FATHER and MOTHER MUSE bail join
Increase of Pension.
.1.5 per month to evety Invalid Pensioner to•
$2 per month for each child under 16 years of
age of widow „Pensioners.
Fees for procuring Extra Bounty, c 5
" Increase ...... /5
" Original Pension,_ SlO
" collection the 4th of Sept- and 4Th of
March payments of
- Pensions $1
/IF FIRST ATION4LL BANK of WelLibor°,
showing its conditton on the first Monday of °eta
C. 8. Eton& deposited to assure circulation, 41i00,600 00
V. 5. Bonds on. band 46,500 00
Note, - or Bills discounted 55,..'!05 49
Due from National Blnki— ........... :-4 - ..---- 2 x.562 56
Due front - otber Ranks - - 353 59
Expense account.....-- •,. . ,
Berea ne ettartpx—..----,..
("Notes o f this Bank
Cub on ha nd,..1 Notes of other BWAS-----
Ca L Itun
. .. 43
. .................... Y.
J. L: RinllfSo3l;
Subscribed before we this 2d day of 0 ctotiesi.
R. Q. IIIMP150:r, Notary Public.
biBcattot, luteren and Ezebtoge,.. ::
boo to Baikkt,-
- Key Stone - Store
is the place to call and ezataide good goods.. 'ls,''we cannoteonvinee our customers that ise
selling at reasonable prices, it-is then time to try
Some of our would be (if they coulaj:eompietitom`
We have i~owt
Prints, Sheeting Stripes, 3)enitas.
caTti.t..F.aßSa.¢ hi?. - ‘Lit
is complete from drat class Merimosis. down to
we hare a complete aesoitmeniat.Thiltidiee all
know how hard it has been heretofore - it:cobra's
the articles to %tier attire ornamental and
We especially invite the -ladle", to colpo and
J. A. PARSONS
Glove and- Hosiery .
and. Gents', Paper Collars, all sizes:,
OUR BOOT J' "SHOE STOCK
is now oon2plete, Every one that has patronized
us know that we keep the best Boot and Shoe
making in the country, Our Boots are all war—
ranted to be what we shall represent them at the
time of sale. Let lumbermen and others result—
ing a heavy boot, call sad examine
Thie branch °rani
tie& we will notice twiefty.,
as they will raeomniend.;.theouleiSay op e4juakiri-.
warranted to fit all the heads in the cootry;be
they deeapltatadAypeatilreA, or not.
We can stetreapPlffaiallles wlt4lsttp - 11,I4tes,
Syrups, and everything' usually kept Ist that
at the lowest prises. ••
Call and zamine the troaatifal styles that,we
Ht,irdware and Cutlery, in variety.
Let every farm:in eotoe to ourotoro rith-sk feel
ing of belog-at-hcuiLlhalifi:i,ittdtfg for,
and are only too happy 7 to-shoit yoo, go..go r odit.
Wellabor*, Oct. 3, 1866.
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GROCERIES, - - ------
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4 J. R. Bo'inten i 64'
Thankful for tiro literal patronage of a dis
criminating i,c dic in the past, would respectfully
announce to the pc .isle of Tilga and, adjoining
counties, that they and ndle rebeiving from Nor
York a large wild well selected
- STOCK: OF, ..00:00,S,,
adapted to the wants of this ecuactianity,
they will sell as usual at the
VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES
Havin §4!eg!seil eat! t sfie f. fitikt!,t, ItreiciTidoptv
OUR CUSTOMERS AND OURSELVES,
,by doing a ready pay business, we shall continue
~„ to self our goods on the principle of
SMA4 PRdW &itit;s4:o:ti*
"" , :i4"at l l 4 .
, o'r• r
TALI:(CiC".OO i i• :•f
among which'vvitlike"fouiid :_s""
;~.w ~ .~~r:?
CASSIMERES, BROAD CLOTH, SAT
INET, TWEEDS, FLANNELS,
../.ADLESt ci.AOTH, ,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
AND TRIMMINGS.,_ DUPLEX
iT:iPTieViiirha l giiiti*G- la •
AND OTHER KINDS
OF HOOP SKIRTS.
YANKIIIE .NOTIONS.; EATS.,,,kgAI i Ss
BOOTS AND' SROES, ROCER
IES, HARDWARE, CROCK
• - ERT, &C ,
A long a peilin ce
coraidnuca tbac WS Cull Supply
JOBBERS AN p _ OTHERS,
PERFECTLY SATISFACTORY TO
We cordially invite one and all to call and see
our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we be
iiece you will save money by so doing. Don't
forget the place,
EMPIRE STORE, NO. 1 UNION BLOCK
WeHeber°, Sept. 19, 1886
Stoves: ,. S
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41V D II AR 111-4VtAttLal..
R. WILLIAM ROBERTS begs to
17 -I- aouounc 3to the citizens of Tioga County,
tlot4h.uAdition .14s pucelleut stock of Stoyes,
Tt ei lWi t y, titth 114;Shcei ! Ticirt 'Yfatik,'! be
'has, at a grisalciteraAilitociede 1:t09:ar 3
4 . 411
MAIN STREET; WELLSBORO.
with a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES,' CROIVLiA tS, CUT;
MILL, HAND AND MUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOir:4S, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
•43_13415., SKEINS, IiCASHER.f),
PIPE BOXES, ALE- -
'' ,4 z • • ••••...., •• J i •
. S gV.IO9 B ,ItORSV'S:EIO ES.' II 9OP, BAR,
SAUSAGE,CIITTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
a new thing, and mace for use. These are!but a
few of the many artoles eon/posing Our ,'stoik
We' invite the tbihia 2y4ali gad ozszinizt' cot.
theicfselieti. We siirifit-laseftba bast -quality 0 -
goods in our line : and all work ta_slrdstr, done
Priouirly,rod well. WILLIAM ROBEBTB.
;iireHeber°, Sept. 1, iB-664i.
also, a Jargoi lin a
j s\ V" , A
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PI Oi, AR:ra_,l,Wtsi
Can be timde by every man; woman; and child in
this corenty, if they will strictly adhere to the
plan of buying du& goods of the well
known popular old concern of
W. B. Smite Sons,
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- Ls .
C +~a++. 1' ~il Z .~7..~3ti~
ihouaanda and thourtfAlt tflenla have al
ready reaped their reward by thug doing. Every
kind of If
13RY GOODS; GRWSRIES;Tt6
BOOTS it SHOASOIA'rkpAI S S,
&c., &c., _ &c.,
ara on hand in abundance,
:,~ - .
L'U . o4.4ll4.tiellitblsc Cazgar. t.-
PEE ' oln ,
GRAVE AND IMPORtANT INFORMA
,TION TO CASH BUYERS WHO WISH
`TO-SPEND -THEIR - MONEY WHERE
:THY CAN GET THE MOST FOR IT.
W. R. SMITH'S SONS' system of keeping
en enoruionteetock of goods at all tines of the
year, and selling them cheap—this system so oh
noxiods to bitprolit' Ishires-z-is fairly begun for
the Pall empsangeit-Alteir iftire, and snub a year for
- doing peotile good was never known. before. Cer
-minty there is no got.Wriris'on for' - swindling pri
ces now we have had enough of:thera already.
The g y eaCadvantageetzeriMportin . ca'-L of trading
for Ca:3*a beady payiafnliy ilinatrated _by the;
low p boar raging at the - PeropleaStore...vi
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A FEW HOUSEHOLD WORDS FOR THE
FARMER. ME0H.4,N19 , „-A
Buy your goods of a concern which has a big
assortment and I's seiliag teis times asmany goods!
and of coure'adan sell them as trytny.times,ebea
4er than smati.concerns, WI" ,all,sdch ad
vantages tel•alr cas4nners,.":„. • '
FENr (MEIER BIG THINGS FOR THE PHU
/Der?, = TO OTHEINift iLFORE -SIFFOiy-.
AZIC6 I 4 1
. 1 1 . 1 LI V. ,::I:9t
Look ob iiaaxesfatud bigtisfitirt big notes
and big rates of interest and no real takers at
of. which ts very bad as against W. B.
Smith's'Sons' sitiitien - Light eipensei - iiild L no
rents r new goods
• at 'break down _price% and the_
goti 2 old niofto orstrtall profits. good - valiie' - and.
quiek returns, flying to the breeze. The feet is,
the only tree,and certain road to fortune- for the
merehant is alwayst to give hiscestouiers - . as we
; do, the most he can fur his money , and depend on
largawdep.for his Our ppradar
and Terdticiie aystirds - of 'deafing; baying strictly
'for cash. always having cash on hand, render U 9
masters of the situation- when a drop comes in the
Never Wore, ug, there Aueh.
ing lot of egoods,• attlompriees, as
• W. R. s Sons can
• wittztili slawfront- this
• •z a One forward. -
Our stock of Drj- gee& and Clothing can't be
beat, and no customer w,ho is in the right shape,
eiser, , ,ltiejte jlW i store - .:noh i out hating, and 11 . 5ne
whPirilitusa 'ay ay.§ ett4, - mike
dial Doi) , cad thy gairs htiesittere alchemy: 1 07 e
keep the largest stock of
a ,s,w,i) snots, nATS AND CAPS.
than to eon ilia CREAR :GOMIS gni th , `
CARPETS ANT( 61T,AIL°THs
at ruinous low rates. cottage and palace can
now, by- calling on the
be replenished for of g
People's &iced. ^ -4 • „
• ‘-"Zii r 4qglit'ii7A.LL PAPER,
Al9astanfi other articles can be found; and
-;,4 one who Seeetbem can -help baying. We
Manufacture all the CLOTHING we sell. Diery
well dressed Min hays his harness of William ft-
Braith 4 s Sens. We also make to order. Onr Cutter
:hs.triasiter of his t :art ; be stands down the hall - for
tin . Man who . wiiids tlie shears for a livelihood ;
his fits cure the defoimed.
keep Pork, Ftour and Salt,
' _f `f !
always aclovr market Tutu.
( -44 is"natcre.. then 'ever the= duty of every man
audiiinsasa - tniallltirelkefore: buying; and look
through the sto , u/rofterapting goods and bargains,
I as no one can iinigine or form any idea how
great aditierence, there is between the prices of
goods isbught for cash and-prices of goods else
where bought for notes that are not paid promptly
,The safest thing for all buyers who want the
lowest :notch in goods, is to call and get W. B.
e t reith's Sons' prices; and take around in your
pocksts to compare. A great 'many stores will
get-the eta aouitierlifter you visit the Old Oor
nertsliera=they'iiork for their-eastomors.
You cannot mistake the place, as it occupies
theronm of four, efores, immediately on the Erie
railway. and the rnah is constantly going on.
Call, if for nothino more than to see how we
spike the guns. _ icoarq., truty„,
, - - 8151ITIPS - SOfS,
Addison. - N. y:, Sept 5,1866.
4 i 5
- AT BLOSSBITRG, PA.
J. L. WILLIADIS & CO.,
thia,snuth4 of; announcing to*a gill-
J., sans of Bhissbirg andsurrounding` country
that they have opened a store at the above place
for the sale of pure -
MMUS& a 3 EZEZOIME2I;
Liquors of all kinds. Paints, Oils, Brushes, Lamp,
,Coal Oil, Patent Medicines, Perftimery, Extracts
"of till kinds, Panoy4rticles, Yankee:Notions; bs.
carefully put up at all times
We ask an inspection of our goods, assuring the
public that we cannot*, undersold in the county.
Everything nsnally kept in a Drug Store will al
ways be found at this establishment. Satisfaction
guaranteed in alt" cafes. Remember - t* Place,
Main. Street, opposite the Post Office,
J. L. WILLIAMS & CO
Bloaeburg, Aug. 15, 1866.—tf.
riEPA . MNO I 7it ON!171-
.: ..:, ..,:i." , , E 1: '(.:•".=
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
At thelliiTie4 Storit, Ooraing, N. Y.
Addpted to the wants of air classes ; and as we
laid itticsagoad- A4tolt jast',64:fore.tara: late
vanbee m New York, we are "ziaw enabled' tel'aelf
most of our goods at about
NEW YORK PRICE.,S.
We would call especial attention to our large
stock of goody for
and the net line of
FREN,C4 . I4I3,.SLINS_ AND ORGANDIES
ever offered in this market. We. also have a nice
LADIES' SACQUES, TALMAS AND
in cloth and silk, to which we invite the attention
of buyer:. Our stock of .
CLOTHS AND CASSMERES,
_ • -
for me 'S and boy's wear, is kept very fall, and
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
on short notice and in the latest style
Be.lmotal and Soap Skirts,
of every variety
ALPACAS, POPLINS, DeLAI.NES,
CHALLIES, SUN UMBRELLAS,
JEANS, COTTONADES, SHEET-
Otir faeilitias fee larinirci GOODS are UN.:
SIIItPASSED by any:-in, this afction, and we
wish it understood -
We dojned Woad to ,be- _UNDERSOLD by
We tender our thanki - tii - the citizens of Tioga
Co., who have patronized us and would respect
fully invite those who have never doe° so to call
and owns. Store opposite the DickinsonAloose
on Market Street, three doors west of thh corner,
and two doors east of Eungerford's Bank.
Cprriawf.-,t" June 27, 1866. _ _
basing receV e
purchased Mr. Win:. Townsend's interest in—
wdniol say tia the citizens ofWellsks'; at the ob i
ity that he will continue the h . gu; in supplying
stand—giving his emir 4 %-er hint with their
the wants of all who ro *'hand patronage. Conatatil ,
tgonth of Smith's Law Office.
" P ° " ° ., „ e llept. 26, 1866-tf.
lAT 7 - Cnernsep,
„ 41 - 11"N•gY' Ala> COUNSELOR A-T =LAW.
returned to this county with a. view of
taftiting, it.i4s - Vortn.anent residence, Solicits
share or 'public patronage. All business en
trusted, to his care will he attended to with
• promptness and fidelity. Office 2d door -south
,S. -Faree hotel. Tioga, Tioga - Co., Pa.
sept. 211. 'net -tf.
AIIVITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned
having been appointed an auditor to dis
tribute the funds in the hands of W. Dunham,
administrator of WM. 11. Chase, deceased, will
attcmd_to:the duties of his 'appointment at the
&See of Nichols &• Mitchell ; Wellebero, Saturday
October 13, 'MO, at, 2p. in. J. I. MITCHELL,
Sept. 12,1564-43 r. Auditor.
FOR SALE—A span_ of matched three year
old mares; color, strawberry roan, weigh
.16.90 1b5,..0r,900 each. GEO,. CR
Charleston ? SepteMber 19, Is6B—tf
A GEATS WANTED—For Frank 110.cre's new
" Women of the Wur." Agents will
find this a book of real merit and intrinsic value
—subjectneW—intensely interesting and exciting.
No work ever attracted and engaged the publio
tuindlike this :Everybody wants It, and-thou
sands will purchase it as soon as an opportunity
is afforded them. Read what agents say 4,f it.
One experienced agent writes: It is the ea—
siest and pleasantest book to sell I evercenvassed
for; people are delighted with it. the ladies espe
Another says . Women of she War !..5 the
book of the
_Another, 137 orders in
One reports 17 orders the first day of canvass—
in g. .
fittelligent, active males or tamales will and the
sale of this work a pleasant and lucrative em—
ployment. This bcok has no competitor—it comes
fresh and new to the people, The territory is
clean and clear,. Agents understand the advan—
tages in this piirticithm • For full particulars icnd
for. circular., .Address
S. S. SCRANTON it CO.. - I
126, Asylum st , Hartford. et
T" 4 •
abseriber offers bin farm or sole, eon
-100 aeres, d 0 acres or which :ye un
der good improvement, Good fra m e house there
on. one and a ball' story hizl• : ul-‘s a now /rams
barn, by -FO feet. A thrifty „ o n,: 0r,, , b, 3r ,3.. ) f
apple. pear, and awry trees. ulesttY qsAfted,l , lo
iu all. Well watered by rev, r failing -I.rings
Said farm is simateti p, on the
roast fr.ra Stony Fork to Pine creek. Per
LIFE AND TIMES of ELDER SitEAR- 1 terms apply to the ,üb,eriher, on the phiro. or to
DOWN.—Those who wish to scour a copy A. L. Enswerth, at the fline.hato Wiqlsboro.
of this iiicellenework, can do so by calling at .- _ ALVAN WELSTER,
this duos soon.. Angus 21, U 416. Do?.aysr, August 22, 1220.:-ti
Oct 2-4 t
ORB, LIFE & ACCIDENTIL
W. H. SMITH,
GENERAL POLICY AGENT FOR
OGA COUNTY, PA.
Home, N. Y., - :72,0 0 0,000 $3,530,817
Arno, 2,000,000 3,800'439
Phenix, 1,000,04)0 5,45,400,0 09 N0rth American, Philatl'a., LOOO.OOO 731,000
Fanners' Mutual, Middle Penna...
Lycoming Mutual, Mttncy, Pa.
Columbia Mutual, Lancaster,
Globe Mutual, Life, N. Y. City, ...
N. Y. Accidental
Travelers' Accidental, Hartford,
Equitable life Assurance Society
Non-Hazardous, 1132111'101113, and Extraalas
aedous Risks taken at reasonable rates. Policies
lesueid, and all Losses adjusted at this Office.
W. IL SMITH, Wellsboro', Pa.
Ju i ty 25, IS6s.—tf.
Drugs, Nedicines, &c.
J. L. BELDEN &
ESP eonstantly on hand a line stook of Piro
Ping , s, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
for Medicinal and Sacremantal use; alsd all the
popular .Patent Medicines, Paints, Varnishes, Oils,
&e., all kinds of brushes, Dye Colors, Dye Woods
and Stuffs, fine Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Pom-
STATIONERY, PENS; PENCILS,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
Memorandum Books, Pass Books, &c., Potash
in bulk at 15 cents per pound, Kerosene 015,
Lamp VU,. Turpentine, Benzine, .te. _ _
Fresh Oatmeal and Pearl Barley at 10 cts per
pound. We are sole agents in Blusshurg for Dr.
N. Weaver's Eat. Fireweed, and warrant it to
cure Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Pimples on
the face ; and all diseases. arising from impure
state of the Blood if used according to directions.
Particurar attention given to compounding
Pbyeician'a and other PreseriPtions - .. We guaran
tee satisfaction, both in quality and price.
Remember the Store, oppo , rte the net Coal
Co's Store, Blos.iburg, P.
lag. 15, 1.9611—tf. J. L. BELDEN CO.
th p at 1•;' Court Sale
IN pursuance of an or ler of the Orphans' Coult
of Logs county, hearing data the 27th day
of August, 1366, tho following described real es—
tate, late the property of James Campbell, dee'd,
will be -offered at public sale, on tho premises, on
the 3d clay of October nest. at tw, p. m.,
A. lot of land situated in the town-hiri of Farm
ington in said county heginnin:.; at the south—
west corner here.•f, it being the southeast corner
of lot No. S 9 of the allotment of Bingham lands
in Farmington town4li9 fvirc,aict ; thence north,
degree west, 92.0 rods along said lot No. 89 ;
:hence east 119.1 rods , along lot No 35; thence
south, degree ws,d, 9 t. 3 rode a'ong lot No SG;
:hence north, 59 degrees west, rods along lot
'No 192; thence west 23.2 rod,rto the pfaeo of be
ginning; being lot No SS of ~aid allotment, and
Tontaining 65,5 aores, being part of warrants Nos'
1370 and'l37l. Term, , es,sd, ou a,nfrtnattnn of
sale. E•soc,nß. CAMPBELL,
Achn'r Estate. d ee 'd
THE undersigned baying been Appointed an
Auditor to eistribote money in the hands of
toe Administrators of the estate of Royal. Rose,
late of Rothimi, deceased, will attend to the du
ties of said appointment at his offlee. in Tioga bo
rough, on Thursday, the ..1 - zith c!):: of October
next, at- ten o'clock a. m. ' All persons having
claims against said estate, aro required present.
and prove their claims before the 4uditor at that
time, or he debarred from coming in f, , r a share
of :said assets or fund. F. E.
Tinge, Sept. 19, 1866-4 w Aralitorl
undersigned having been epp , ..inted atz
AL Auditor to distribute money in the hands of
the Administrator of the estate of John George
Jentzsch, late of Tioga t.rinship, decca,ed, will
attend to the duties of :aid appointment at, his
office in Tinges borough, on .11,,nday. Hitt 13th day
of October next, at ten o'clock a. to. All persen3
baying claim' egainst,,t , aid.estate are required to
present and prove, the befuravene.3uditor at
that time, or be debarred from coming in on such
assets or fund. F. E. S:' , llTll..tuditor.
Tinge, September 10,1866-4 w
XT . , OTICE id hereby
g i vex „ettit Letters of M.
ministration up..n - (l , e o,3tate of Dan'l Wood
field, late of Ti i .kga township, deceased, have been
granted to the nndersi".en• AD per , e.ns indebted
a t r o e no re f lu r e=z en p f r . e.sent the
to said estate are he..-" 9 notified t' make imme
payment. ~.,(.1. ail persnn,... having Maims
s a tfus ai e ns tei s th ai l- 1 "
. P. E. SMITH,
E. W. C.L.4..1iK,
-a, Sept. 19, 15 , 311--asv Adm'rs.
E:gI36I7TOR:S NOTlCE—Letters- Testamen
tary having been granted tl.l estate of
Phebe linyter, late of cleeease,i, all
persons indebted to said esLlte ..,re required:to
make immediate payment, r.nd ima against
the Suite must, be presented u,
HOLLISTER VAKER, Exee'r.
Weztfield, Sept. 3. 1666-81'4
THE PICTORIAL BOOK OF
ANECDOTES AND INCIDENTS
fferol , -, Patriot itliZont,entic, ii“,mroloy and Tr't-
This is a certain portion of t:io, war that will
never go into the regtdur histories, and will not
get emllodieil in romance or poetry, which is
very real part of it, and it preserved, -Con
vey to -uccectlitig generations a 1 otter idea of Use
spirit of the conflict than many dry report
careful narratives of event., and this pert finny he
called the ge3slp, the tun, the ••1 tne war.
These illustrate the character ot toe ;natters,
the humor orate soldiers, the devotion of women,
the bravery of men, the pluck of our bores, the
romance and hart , hips of the >-r11 , (.3. From Ilia
bet;inraing tit the war the autliorlas bcon en
gaged in collecting all the atmcdotes coot octet
with or illetarative. of it, and has grouped and
classified th'fitu under appropriate Lauds, and in
a very attractive form_
The volume is profusely illustrated with over
SOO enzraveng.9 by the that artiste, which aro
really beautiful.; worthy olegamivation a; tpeei
merit of the art. Many of them are set int, the
body ot,the text, atter the •popular style • - .4
Pictorial Field Book of ...h. , It-.otuti. , ,t. The
Look's contents include reminiz,once , .1 damp,
picket, -py, scout, bivouac, stcge :sod battlefield
adventures; thrilling feats of bait - cry wit, droll
ery, enlace' and ludicrous. ad: clrtur , .,. etc., etc.
Amusement as well a- lustre::: ofi may ha
f oun d io eve r y page, as
z graphte doted, brilliant
wit, and authentic history, aro skilfully inter
woven in this worlt of literary art.
This work sells itself. The people are tired of
dry details and partizan works, and want $1,111,1-
humorous. romantic and start.liuz. V;ts. have
1 agents clearing OVOT S2tlo per month. e.:end f or
circular:, and are ~or terms .n.d tile above
NATIONAL 11.1.RLI.SIIINI; CO.
507 Minor St., Phiholalphio, Pa.
Farm for Sale