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WEDNESDAY NOV. 21, 1866
Gruceries tte.- 7 -Mather .4 Berton, Lawrence
Found—A Pocket book.
Brown's Troebes--Statl everywhere.
Remedial Institute—Dr. Lawrence.
Fenn for sale—John Neuter.
CO:CCERT. — We are requested to an
ounce thst . there will be it concert stile M. E.
Cburch in this boroogli, ~ W edneaday everkthg,
?far 28, inet. Let it be Morally patronized.
FlRE!—Those who have signed the
piper circulated by Fise Warden Williams for
the organization of a Citizens' Fire Company, are
tray notified to meet at the Engine Route,
s , tor day evening, Nev. 24, at 61 o'clock. The
meeting is for the purpose of organization and
m btruction. A full attendance is requested and
expected. By -order of the Council.
BUSINESS CHANGE.—Mr. F. D. Bun—
nell has bought out Mr. Jerome Smith, and wilt
carry on the mercantile business at the old stand,
No. 2, Union Block.
MITE 'SOCIETY.—The Ladies of the
Episcopal Church will hold their second Mite
Society Sociable at the house of Hon. L. P. Wil
liston, to-woerow (Thursday) evening, Nov. 22.
general invitation is herewith extended. _
At the Sociable last Thursday evening, Mrs•
L. P. Williston was sleeted Treasurer of the
RELTGIO63.—Rev. H. J. W., ALLEN,
of Philadelphia, has accepted a call to the Rec
torship of St. Paul's Episcopal C!ittfch, of this
borougb. Ile will take charge ea tha Brat Sun
day in December.
r Ho, LITTLE FOLKS !—MT. HIIGH
You:to, Bookseller, has made extensive prepare.
Lions for the Holidays. His illustrated toy books
are something ahead of anything in that line of
business heretofore brought to Wellsboro. Then
be has superior Stereoscopes and pictures, and
nice diaries, pocket-books, and gift books for
children of larger growth. Choose while the
assortment is good.
BIG DAY'S WORK.--A friend sends
111 the result of a day's chopping on Gordon
Steele's job, Phenix Creek, which same up some.
thing tremendous: Messrs. Charles Butler, of
Stony Fork, and Merrick Furman, of Gaines, on
the bib inst., felled and peeled 83 pine trees, which
made 2:91. 18 feet log( The logs averaged 200
feet each. The trees stood on a steep side
This is vouched for by r. liortimp, Henry
Leach, W. H. Steele, B. Stiles, Win. Drew, and
And we guess it can't be beaten--easily.
IMPROVEDIENT.S.—Among the he
prurcuients which help to adorn oar village, we
notice the painting and papering of the Metho
dist church. The church, owing to tho energy
of the trustees, it now out of debt, and in a moat
Judge White has made a decided' improvement
of Ms premises, having thoroughiy retilted his
dwelling and enclosed his lot witli t la neat fence.
Xtessrs. J. L. Robinson and Jerome Smith have
also erected line fences on the street. Alt these
things help to give us a good name for neatness
and thrift, and thus every men who wakes an
improvement becomes a common benefactor.
NEWSPAPORIAL.—It gives Us great
pleasure to note the enlargemeut and new dress
ct the ifuncy Luminary. Biuther P atea is
entitled to the diatioction of publiahing uue of
the very beat country papers in the Common
wealth. lie is a first-class editor, and hie joursisl
to one of the neatest that reaches our table. Bo
we rejoice at this evidence of prosperity and be-
A p e .k bun the liberal pairenage.of the •' Lower
End," With which he bee dealt liberally. lie ie
a iumuch Republioan and a benefactor of the
THE ETERNALLY FIXED STARS.—A
fearful rectiouitig awaits the Cambridge and Yale
titrotiome“, at the bauda of an outraged people.
Tie Star shoot advertised to mune off un the
13th or 14th, insts , morning, was a dead failure.
Ceti childlike confidence in the predictions of
mote keepers of the stellar world, our citizens
ands ample preparation to witness the greed py
mechny of the midnight skies. We had our
ia,iied glean iu readiness overnight, and charged
ear wiud with the importance of being awake at
o'clock in the morning. The bell tolled two,
tad wo arose, expectant of the fiery rain of stars.
We approached the northern window and put
inde the curtain gravely, as became one about
wituesa au exhibition advertised as nut to he
ithnenned again during the Igth century.
There glowed the Pole-Star, serene and staid.
Lower down the north Argol sat his unshaken
tercet. The Great Bear sat quietly upon his
teunchts, blinking his Marry orbs. The Dragon
sad potted Iris tail behind a cloud, and was gat
at the golden tresses of Berenice. The Lion,
.tt at whose jaws the starry rain was to proceed,
ca gaz.ng with watering month at the sister Plei
eke. Arcturus led his sans down the West un
inthiblingly, and so with unshaken faith in fixed
[tart ; and an ague shiver, we crept into bed, and
o.cpt, end dreamed that the universe wire a big
rutch of tre-crackers, and that Orion had touch
rd mein oil with the stamp of his cigar.
Welt, as the matter was to , eventuate on the
14th, everybody prepared for the latest
use named. Watchers were hired, with orders
to riag the tire alarm when the scene opened.
everybody retired and lay awake, waiting
br too tentinalibuiation of the bells." Afel.o
ithe, Seine sinner, nut having the fear of wrath
before his eyes, jet air a few aiXPeuoY
r4teta north of the 'village. and twine Wherein
u'r mug the District School bell. This brought
[lei Utgtileops to the lore, but did Glut deceive
1 1 , 4 ever, the Atlantic Cable brings news that
there 1 , 42 a gorgeous di/If/Jay of tucteurites iu Eu
rq= (JD the tuurutug of the 14th. Tins gavels the
P r uPt etc
ISTR.A.Nos FATALITY.—Under this
be,,d the lfruclfurd Reporter gives gu account of
tta trMiutiopal of a Wan living between Le Roy
tt.l Canton, in that ounisty. Soule years ago he
eLtiert,ok to remove a barn across the road. lu
( "mg down the traine one of the beams 101 l up
std killed one of she wurktoeu. The barn
moved, and while in the course of reouha
ttuctl,o, a Leant fell upon and killed a little 4(.111
of we proprietor. Finally the barn was.couipie
t'd and u stroke of lightning leveled it with the
fuuudattonE, where the owner, disheartened by
the recurring, ezeidents, lett the _wreck, and film
may by teen to this day.
BURNED To DEATIL—The Nyil4ms-
Port chronicles the death of Miss Mary
tower, of that city. She was carrying a Kern.
bete lamp when a poker fell from its place and
btuke 11 "' "P , spilling the flawing contents Over
'be young lady's dress. She - was in amiss at
once, and was so badly burned that she carvit'Ll/
Pct 4 4 :7 tio6ra.
13E HUNG.—Peter Bota, convicted
of murderiog hie wife, is to be boos in Willipois
pclt on the 4th of December. The Governor bus
ttgned Peter's death=warrant.
Prof. J. G. HOYT.—We lately noted
that this gentleman succeeded Prof. White as
Professor of Music in the islanateld Normal
School. We did not say what is true, that Prof.
lloyeis one of the most accomplished musicians
in the country, being a first•class performer on
most of the leading instruments.
Y. M. L. A.—The Associationthet on
evening, awl was addressed t.. 7 Prof. Okay.
it VERRILL, of the State Normal School, Mans
field. - .
The subject of Prof. Verrill's lecture was " An
tagonisms," and its object, to show 'the" affieet : of
opposition, active, or lay contrast; upon human
development as well-as upon the-materiakeorld.
Ife held that while antagonisms mere- necessary
to healthy growth, there could be no, necessity
for effort to create them ; and further, that the
optimism of Pope was improperly seized up by
'many as an argument for inaction. '
The lecture was decidedly able and so interest.
jug as to - amps regret that it was not longer. It
abounded in 4 strbrig common sense vixbfms and
sufficient satire to render it spicy.
The audience was about • average, tbe'ladles
being largely in excess of the gentlemen, as usu
al. The state . of the roads prevented the usual
patronage of our Delmar and Charleston friends,
which left the north side of ,the Court room in
The exercises of the next meeting will be the
discussion of the question—" What la the true
basis of the Right of Suffrage 2"
Dow:f ?HST Go.—Tbe splendid fall of stars recently,
has been totally eclipsed by the fall la the prices of
goods at the store lately occupied by Jerome Smith. -
The entire stock is now being sold out; the only ob
Jett being to realize first cost so that the store can be
refitted with a splendid assortment of everything re
quired in this market.
S-oR A rzw DAVI ORIT will these eaisz rtmuctstmets be
Come at once if you desire to save money, remember
ng money saved Is money made.
The stock to he disposed of this week consists of
some of the must desirable Fall and Winter Goods In
a fine assortment of Ready Made Clothing,a large
etock of Boots and Shoes : an endless variety of Hats
and Caps., and an abundance of Cloths, Cassimereo,
Furs, Dress Goods, Shawls, Nublas, Roods, are only a
few of the articles that will and most be sold at once.
An experierwed Tailor Lae,been engaged and Z ain
prepared to cut and manufactre Fashionable Clothing
to order. -
Butter wanted, for which -the highest market price
will be paid. F. D.Bvtosiz,
Weiieborc, Nov. 21, T6-It 'Auctioneer and Agent.
If the individual whikteok a brown paper par
cel, containing a coat, from my shop on Saturday,
Ipv. 10, will return the same to me, be will great.;
ly oblige both myself and the owner, and avoid
trouble, expense, and possibly worse, for himself.
J. B. SitsitePseits, Welisboro.
RE.TOICING.—Tbia is to certify that I, Desta
A. Clark, of Delmar, had several decayed teeth
extracted at A. B. Eastman's by the use of the
Spray ProduCer, whithout the least of pain; and
alter having been so relieved by this superior
method of producing local insensibility, (the in
vention' of which has certainly conferred a boon
upon suffering humanity) I would cheerfully re
commend it to all.
Ancrnam.—The undersigned will sell at public
auction at his dwelling house in Delmar, on Fri-
day, Nov. 23, 1866, at 10 o'clock A. M., 1 pair of
Mares, 2 pairs of harness, I Lumber Wagon and
Sleigh, I-Democrat Wagon, I top buggy, I open
buggy, 2 cows, a quantity of hay 1 Mower and
Reaper, 1 Land Roller, I Cider MIR, I Fanning
Mill, Plows, 'Harrows. Horse Rakes, Fork, to
gether with various other articles necessary for a
farm. [Nov. 21, '66.) STE.PHEN PiERCY.
On the 13th, by Rev. N. L. Reynolds, Mr.
Roaawr of We.litsboro, and Miss MMI.Y
E. TRULL, of New York City.
. dame day by Rev. J. F. Calkins, Idr. CHAN. M•
MOORE. of Liberty, and Misa MAGGIE BODINE, of
In Tiogix, lon the 13th inst., by Rev. D. R.-
McDeruthod;, Mr HORATIO POTTER and Mrs.
&LEAH HoLT, both of Cortland Co., N. Y.
In Tiuga, tiatnu day by the same, Mr. HENRY
C. WHEELER and Miss HARRIET DAGGETT,
both of Tt. , ,;a. -
Chatham, at the hone& of the bridea r father;
on the lith inst., by Rev. 1). A. Pope , Mr. Rjpasat.
H. t..31.0cu1t and Aiwa ELIZABETH SBORT, btith of
In Mansfield, on the 24th iust., by Rev. N. L.
Reyuuldb, Mr. OriviLL Kisrast.t. to Miss Mary
CAMERON, both of OCOObt.
J A Cough, A Cold, or A
R ,Q*4 ',) l Sore Throat,
aRONCHIA REQUIRLE ILINEDLINE ATTENTION, AND
,C- . NEWELL BE CIiEVIED. IP AY
ifOCWIr LOWED TO CONT/NOC,
Irritation of the Lungs, A
, Permanent Throat
/ion is often the 1 . ,
Haring a direct fi t ligtence to the parts,
give immediate relief
tOR BRONEJLIT/8,. ASTHMA, CATARRH, CON,TLAIE
TIVE AND TEIRDAT—DISEAeES;
Troches are used with' a itOgys
.00 , 4 success
Singers and Public Speakers
Will And TitoCHES useful In clearing the voice when
taken bdfore tinging or Speaking, and relieving the
throat after an untiStlal eitenton of the vocal organs.
flu TROCHES are recommended and prescribed by Pity
saie.ns, and have had testidionials from eminent' man
throughout the country. lieing an article of true mer
it,l and having Pitman the, efficacy by a test of many
rears, oath year finds thrill 'n new _lociditiesin various
parts of the world, and t e TIioCHED are universally
pronounced better than other articles.
0ra...”; only .• BRowN'e BRONCHIAL TROCHLi," and do
not take any of the WORTHLESS Immistoas that may be
offered. Seim - EN - Earwax - tr.. Nov. 21,'66-6m.
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- Ept ESIEDIAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL; OASES,
it No. 14 Bond Street, New York. •• • • -• • '
461. Full information, with the hlgliest - testimoniale ;-
also a Book on Special biaeases, in a sealed envelope,
sent free. WI - Be sure and send for them, and you will
not regret it; fortis advertising physicist:Aare generally
impostors, without references no stranger should •be
mated. • Enclose a stamp for postage, and dlreetio OE,
LAWRENCE, N 0.14 BOND STREET', NEW YORK. •
Nov. 21,1886.1 y.
TRAIIGE, BUT TRUE.—Every young lady and gen
tleman iu tbe United States can'hear something to
their iulvantage by return mall (free of charge) by ad
dressing the undersigned Those having fears of being
humbugged will please oblige by not uoticlugthis card
All others will please address their oliedieut servant,
'MOS N' CHAPMAN
Jan 31,'6*-ly Bsl Broadway, New York
ir , RRORS OF YOUTIL—A Gentleman who suffered
J. for years from Nervous Debility, Premutitre Decay
ma all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the
sake of itufferhig ligmanity, send Dee to nll who need
It, the recipe and tffrections fur matting the simple rem
ody by which he was cored. Sufferere fishing to pros:
by the advertlser'a experience can do so by addressing
JOHN U. Oti DUX, 13 Chatabei e-St., y.
po C3NSMIPTIVES.—The advertiser, having been
L restored to health In a few weeks bye very simple
remedy, ttier having suffered for &event! Aare with a
severe lung affection awl that dread disease, Consump.
lion —is summits to make known to his tellow.sufferecs
rim means of cure
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre.
&caption used, free of charge, with die directions for
putt...ring and using the same, which they will find a
Aura g ore for Consumption, Asthma, Brom:MIL Coughs
and Colds, and all throat and lung affections Th e only
object of the advertiser in sending the PI ascription Is
t•P benefit the afflicted and spread information which he
conceives to be Invaluable. and he Lopes every eufferer
will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing and
may prism a blessing Parties wishing the preseription
rest, by return mail, will please address Rev. ED.
WA fill A L ;.t 4. 4 ,‘
- - - - - - -
R/NG•BONE, SPATIN, IVIND-GALLS, CA LLUS,
on IMARS, RADICALLY and PIIINAMENTLY COILED. by
tb use of
Roof's I ltiogbone and Spaviu Cure.
Thismedicine was established 26 yearn ago, and be;
never been known to fail, (live It a single trial. For
bale 11 - W. D. TERBELL k CO., Corning, N.Y.
D. S Barnes k Co., Agents, New York. 0e17,66,C7l
fill[; cosnssfaxs I:3:FERIENCE OF AN IN
V kLlD.—.Published for the benefltand as a caution
to young men and others. wifo sutler from Nervous De
b:lits. i'lemature Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at
the ,ttne time the means of self-euro. By one who has
mired I; lin,elf after undergoing considerable quackery.
By enclosing*, postpaid addressed envelope, single cop,
ies, free of charge.may ho had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings Co
N. Y. Dan. 31.'10-Iy.l
Ao.* that . Oki PolidCar Csiteptte his.oo6 - 8,
the Businen Campaign is opened the
same Motto—the aztse ; tyitlieett , erthle eelneo l .
- HUGI YOUNG
-s . :t r -IC* E M N B WR9I.Oi
having refitted iiis stOie - ; is n'isw:site fsjl4ll4V4
Fall B.IIBIIOEI & largo-aupply of -- • -
His stook includes nearly a itindred different
patterns of Gilt, Balin. l Whits, Leather "caored
and Brown Papers, Parlor, Bail, and decoration
Papers, Kitchen, Dining Room, Bed, Chamber
and Bitting Room Papers, with .Borders to
' •-• :;" . r ; "f• _ vv"r.
And fixtuppa, Paper Curtains,
~skde ; lights, ,f
Pire BOard Papeis of many variotlif.
.1, - ).;,1L, - ; iLA : 1;' . .;.7.t,ie:.;,, , ~i ,1,14 113
For Business, Profeailonal and Laboring Men
conlicif.ti.x4; of .
DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS,. LEDQERS
CASK BOOKS, RECORDS, DOCK
ETS, RECEIPT BOOKS,•
WORKINGMENfR WEEKLY AND
-MONTHLY TIME BOOKS,
• TUCKED MEMORAN
DUMS ct DIARIES, '
All of the lateat and !post appioved .atytkitud
many of the-fiery beet material::
BLANK DEEDS, BONDS, MORTO AcLES,
LEASES, RROALISSORK NOTES,
DRAFTS & LAW BLANKS,
' " gattarally.
BILL, LEGAL _CAP, FOOLSCAP, LINTER,
. PACE ET, BATE POST, COMMERCIAL,
'OCTAVO and BILLET "NOTE,
MOURNING, GOLD. IMPRESSION,,LINAW
ING, TRACING, MURIC TISSUE, BLOT, ,
TING AND WRAPPING PAPERS.
'EI•YVEL - OftS''` - " 41
In endless variety, of size, shape, color and
- " getality. . •
Arnold's Genuine London Fitid , Davids' Fluid
'and Black writing Ink, in lime or small Bottles.
Blue, Red, or Carminelik; and Mucilage. •
Fifteen different :itarieliii;
(all numbers), Lehtann!s.- tha, Washington Me
dallion, the Spencerlan and othei popular Pens
RULING PENS, PEN HOLDERS, LEAD
PENCILS, DRAWING PENCILS,
-SLATES A SLATE PENCILS,
Ac., Ac., Ac. •
Picture lernitiee,cordi and Taisele;'Pluitogreitre
and PhotographAilbtimaiNeket Books,-Mallets,
and large Monay Seeks, Rack-laamtniplithards,
Checkers and - Cbeeoden,PoOkettitler,y,klicket
and Toilet Cumbe r -Bair and 4. roight - 43ruslies,
Visiting Cards, Card Crwt, tiyidaloil assortment
.of NOTIONS, which space will not allow to be
1 F0R40,1C7,, .AND
COUNTRY; LAW, OLOGICAD,
MEDICAL AND ! -MISCELLA
NEOUS BOOKS,_ SCHOOL • • -
• RE WARDS. 'SUNDAY
SCHOOL BOOKS, TICKETS AND RE
Published by the American Tract Society. Arnett ,
can Suaday School, Baton, and by, the respective
Denominational Boesch; of Polk egion, furbiShed
• ' at the .•
Publishers' own Catalogue Pricee.•
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES, TES
TAMENTS, PRA.YfIt BOOKS,
and HYMN BOOKS for all Denominations, Vo
cal and Diatrnmental MDBI,O I BOWLS, ikED
All of-the leading
DAMES, WEEKLIES AND MONTHLIES
constantly on bah&
Partite' just entering - anon ii'nsineer , country
Alerchante, 'Lawyers, Physioiant, Clergymitn
Sabbath School 'llommittees, and the community
- at:large will do wall to call and, eammirm tlyedia
and priest; bifore purchasing elsewhere. ,
Iteine — miiaTiliii - plice; - NO. 5 'airn Nrt.t„av,
Wellaboro, 'Pa. -
0 4_ 2 Si - . BUOJI
Key. Sonic Store
BELLIRII & TREWS
~ t ..
is the plemito nail and-exalaine geed goods:. If
Re cannot convince= out- customers that we are
:Selling at reasonable prices, it is then time to try
setae of our would be (if they could) competitors,
We have now on band a complete assortment of
;DoPer*shisile4 • A
Prints, Shootings, Strip% Denims,
and everything in tkit line.
Ef t • 2 1../
4" ~: ~
'OUR . DRESS tiOODV -STOCK
ia.complete from - first elm Merinoes down to
Atti 1/ 9 11:1 - OAP
we hare a complete a/morn:senior. The ladies all
Imoir - bovr hard• it has been heretofore to obtain
the erticles to make their.attirv'ornanterotal and
We especially invite the ladies to come and
• t examine:',,or.
Gl4.ye and Hosiery Stock, Ladies'
aid Gents' Paper Cellars, all sizes:
OUR BOOT 4- 4 . 4 giOCK
,is now complete. Every oneltnit Inerdronized
us know chat we kerl ihti Gest - Boot and Shoe
ansk in it , Al* otatutt7t , 9ur Bwrite are : all z: a ar ,
ranted to be what Wtt aball , repreeent.thern,at-the
time of sale Let lumbermen and others requir
ing a heavy bobt; cell nerd esamine,thetn.
.This bplol2 sttous. stock we„wi3l noti ce briefly,
as tbiz,will'nooculnetid Ibeassifies . oismin-
warranted to fit all the heads in the country, be
they decapitated by executive authority or not.
We pal isiinfinVply faitdites4ith Sigists,Teas,i l l
Syrups, and everything nivatilikept va that
1 at the lowest prises.
• IV 41.1i-g.3 .: Zoi --- 1 idi 140 q 3 ,-;,:;'
.1 ', v t -- * : : . :1- :;_::' 1
Call and examine the beautiful styles that we
have lately received
HaritiOare and Cutlery ; in variety.
Leterery.persoa come to our store with a feel
ing otellecet - home. We charge nothing for,
and erftwfdpee happy to show - yap the geode,
';•,, , F . ::-',.' , ...elriehether -- lotiAesr not.
Weilsbaro, Oct. 3,18684
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011:6e L ZER : i-,.
O. Bata ,ARO,
A. A. TRIKAN
Can be miArlyy , Alvery man, vateas,miia cbiltUn
this eomnty, if they will strictly adhere to the
phuwoLittiying then goods of, the well
known gapnlu old" C"0,110111211 . Of
W. R. Smith's Sons,
4 . ,
ADDISON, N. IY.,
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Thousands and thouganda of people baya al
.ready mind theii-neward brthoscdoing, ;Every
DRY GOODS, GRObEiliS ,CLOTHING,
J BOOTS x SKOES„ HA.TS„CA,PS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
aie blind iri litikardancii; i
at the Old'Reiiable Corner, the
GRAVE AND IMPORTANT INFORMA
TION TO CASH BUYERS WHO WISH
TO:SPEND: THHIR - "MOSEY - WHERE
THEY CAN GET THE MOST FOR IT.
, W. R. SMITH'S SONS' system of keeping
an enormous ; stock, of goods.. at all lames of• thee
-nosirids to big profit stmr.n
~ 7 , -Ls_ fairly began-for
the Fall eeasoo at their.atere, and 1 Cik earth a year-for
cluing people good was never known before. Cer
tainly there is no good reason fur swindling pri
ces now; we have bad enough of them,-alrgraely.4
The great advantage and ltupottance of
On: Cash or Ready pay is fully illustrated by the
low prices uow raging at the People's Store.
r'IYARDIE4of v"-:101344:1 4 Tlei: YHOP6
Buy your gooria.s agnamaybich has a big
assortment and is satins* t 1 nanny goods
arid of course eatisi e jLtbara sussoWt - tiraes. chea
per than amen - *eV** .alCius,ll
vantages to tier etialtainerit:
A FitT 6:0101i=j3 , 10 THINOW_ FOR Tliß Pair= .
To..CTNSIDER BEFORE EIFEND4
INO 114 r - -
Look out for big stores end big rents; big
'and big rates of interest and no real takere at
that—all of which is very bad as against W. 4.
Smith's Sone' eittiation, Light expenses - and no
rents, new goods at break deWit
,prices, and the
good old motto Of small profits. good , value and
quick returns, flying to the breeze. The fact is,
the only true and certain road to fortune for the
merchant itcalways to give his etuftnera, as we
do. the most he can for his money, and depend on
largo sales for bis profits. Again, our popular
,and legitimate system of dealing, baying strictly
erish. always haling cash on band. render fib
masters of the situation when a drop conies iti -the
Never before was there such a tempt
.) thg lot of goods, at low prises, as
.B. "'Sniith's Sons Can
and will show from this
Our stock of Dry Goods and Clothing can't be I
beat, and no customer who is in the right shape,
ever leaves the store -without- buying, and none
who card what they :set, will tnake2.:the a ssertion'
that they- an buy goOdo elserrhOre' rut chiop.--- We
-15,4 the largeeVetoeit of
• c*.: •
BOOTS AND SHOES EOM AND CAPS,
that is kept in the county. Call, if nothing mote
_Omit to see the CHEAP GOODS on the anxious
8 54 P 3 Meri: i ,
at rnitions low rates. The cottage and palace can
be replenished for a song now, by calling on the
Peopisa Art - fastl.. • --*" -
CROCKERY, WALL II'APER,
'end a thousand other articles can be found; and
no one who sees them can help buying. We
mattufaoture all the CLOTHI.6IO we sell. Every
s well dressed ,man buys • his harness .of William R.
Smith's Sins.' 'Weithinithake to order. •Our Cutter
Is master o ? ha stands down the hall for
• no man who wields
.the, shears ;for 4.llVelihood;
• 's fits cure the deformed.
We keep Pork, Flour and Salt,
always ns lod 'ot. - leis than market rates. ;4- -
It is more than .ever -tb¢ duty of every man
and woman to call hero before buying, and look
through the stock of teuipting gOods add bargains,
as no one can imagine Or form any idea how
great n difference there is between the prices of
goods bought for cash and prices of goods else
where bought for notes that are not paid promptly.
The safest--thing for all, buyer& ftvhtit want ills
lowest noteft 3 in &ids; is to call and"gel
Smith's Sons' prices, and take around in your
pockets to compare. A great many stores will
get the cold shoulder after you, visit the Old Cor—
ner whers they work for their customers.
You eartunt uiistakn the place, as it occupies
tbq room of four stores, immediately on the Erie
„railway, and the rush is constantly going on.
Call, if for nothintr - more than to see bow we
spike the"gUns. t r Ourt,truly. • ":
- . , SMITH'S SONS
Addiem Sept 511868.
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LIST OF BARGAINS FOR
Common Prints lao, fast colors 160, best 200
4 J it ,t J V.
BARGAINS IN SHEBTINGS.
Yard wide Sheeting bie; yard wide heavy sheet"
ing 18d, standard heavy sheeting 25c.
BARGAINS IN Sarirthres
Good bleached Muslin 22 and 250, extra quality
zurd wide, 34, bestAard.,wide,3 ; 9,, ,
BAseArss IN WOOLENS
R e 4 , 14. 4 4 Ivg 1 vg dray
heavysecritht 2 twllled 'flannel extzi 60c. All
wool abet* "grayrefoth $1,011; all wool cassiniere
101, 1 - f6 0.. A T. Cassimeres wool filling pc;
• .t , '''''' llertitticley Jeans 25c.
BARGAINS IN BALMORELS
Way ie)l tlike Brapar Skirt at $2,50, aold last fall
at $5,75; we, else . have aft the extra gattlitles at
largely redaced rates- -
Bargains in -Shawls, Cloaks, Cloths,Dress Goods;
a good l'aramatta y,ird wide 44c; alapacea 620;
'Trench merino 9s and lea; twilled' Cobtrig 38c;
and lota of other goods equally 'cheap,
BA&k~AIIQ6, IN 11 . 001,?SgIATS.
Giving our entire trade to one manufacturer we
can sell Hoop Skirts very cheap. We sell a
good Hoop Skirt 20 springs,heary tape kid pads
Sc.; higher niunbers eqdally cheap.
Doable Sole Rip Boots, Half double sole Rip
:Boots, Tap tole Rip Boots at lowest prices in the
14 ,•!! H
I intend to keep a good stock, sell cheap, and
do my faZiblreie -L
Oct. 24., • li.-'-eI.ARSOIO4.-
E HAVE . ,IIO . ) , V:ON HAND A
I ipSPLENDID ASSORTMENT 0
At the People's Store, Oorning, N. Y.
1, 11 4 : iAi
Adapted to the wants of all classes; and u we
laid in for a good stock jAnkt. before the late ad-_
vanes in New York, we are, now . oilablod to sell
most of our goods at about
We would Q*44,9,401 arteadon d to oul large
stook of gooda•foi • '
LADItS' SUITS ,
anill the finest line of
4, .I. , . t•%
FRENCH MUSLIN S AND ORGANDIES
ever offered in this market.. We also have a nice
LADIES' SACQUES, TALMAS AND
;Ulu • ,
in cloth and salt, to which wo invite the attention
of buyers. Oir stock'of -
CLOTps AND CASSIMERES,
for men's and boy's rear, is kept very full, and
CLQTHING /11.431,F TO ,O4,D_ER,
on short notice and in the latest style. 1
Balmoral and, Hoop Skirts,
of Vvery, variety.
ALPACAS, POPLINS, DeLAINES,
CHALLIE, SUNS UMBRELLAS,
JEANS, UoTTCINADES, SHEET-
Our facilities for BUYING GOODS are UN
SURPASSED by any in this section, and we
wish it understood that
ire do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by
We teuder our thanks- tothe Oltirens of Tioga
Co., who patrimited .
and would respect
ftilly invite those who ittxvti never doge so to call
and see us. Store opposite the Dickinson House
on Market Street, three doors west of the corner,
and two doors east of tiongerford's
'slum dt ATM
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• - Cornintir.AVNov. 21;1886. ' ' "
annE. undersigned having been appointed 3.11
Auditor to distribute the funds in the hands
of the Sheriff arising from the Sala of the real
estate of Hiram Inseho, in the eaeo of A. P. Cone
vs. 'Hiram macho, will attend to the duties of his
appointment at his °trice in Wellshoro, on Thurs•
day, November 22, at one o'clock P. M.
3BROME B. HILL'S,
October 24, 1886-4 n, Auditor.
Blacksmith and Farrier.
JOSEPH MANLY would inform the citizens
of iVellaboro and vicinity that be has leased
the old Mack stand, on Water street, lately oc
cupied by Mr. Ritter, whore ha may be found
prepared to shoe horses and oaen, and do all
work pertaining to his trade. pe also is a 1)114..
deal Terrier, and will treat horses for diseases.
October 24. 1868- tf
Hairdressing & Shaving,
Saloon over Willcox Barker's store, wow_
boro, Pa. Particular attention . paid to Ladies' Hair.Catting, Shampooing, Dramg, etc Braids,
Puffs, coils, and swiches on bend and made to or
H. W. DORSEY.
AR p hl ia i . rot7ifk, feee7boleu
der—your system deranged and
your feelings uncomfortable?—
These symptoms are often the pr s _
cursors of serious illness. Some
It of sickness is creeping upon you, and should
be averted by a timely use of the right remedy.
Take Ayees Pills, and drive out the humors--
purify the blood, and let the fluids move on nu.
obatruotedly, in health. They stimulate the or
gans of the body into vigorous activity, purify
the system from the obstructions which make die.
ease. A cold settles somewhere in the body, and
deranges the natural operations of that part.—
This, if not relieved, will react upon itself and
the surrounding organs, producing general ag
gravation, suffering and derangement. While in
this condition, take Ayer's Pills, and see how di
rectly they restore the natural action of the /P
-lats, and with it the buoyant feeling of health.—
What is true and so apparent in this trivial and
common complaint, is also true in many of the
deep seated and dangerous diseases. The same
purgative expels them. Caused by similar oh
otruottions and derangements, they are surely, and
man l y of them rapidly, cured by the same means.
None who know the virtue of these Pills will neg
lect to employ them when suffering from the dis
orders they cure, such as headaehe, foul stom
ach, dysentery, bilious complaints, indigestion,
derangement of the liver, costiveness, constipa
tion; heartburn, rheumatism, dropsy, worms and
suppression, when taken in arge doses.
They are sugar coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take theta easily, and they are surely
the best purgative medicine yet discovered.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For the speedy and certain Cure of intermittent
Firer, or Chills and Fever, Remittent Fever,
CAM Fever, .Dumb sisrue, Priodical Headache,
or. Bilious Headache, and Bilious Fever*; in—
died for the whole akin of disease* originating
iw biliarg derangement, caused by the malaria of
.This remedy has rarely failed to cure the se
relent cases of Chills and sever, and it has this
avast advantage over other Ague medicines, that
it subdues the complaint without injury to the
Ratient. It contains no quinine or other delete—
rious substance, sor does it produce quinism or
any injurious effect whatever. Shaking broth
ers of the army and the west, try it and you will
endorse these assertions.
prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER do CO., Lowell,
Maas., and sold by ail druggists and dealers in
Farm for Sale.
THE undersigned offers for sale the farm in
Tioga, Tinge. county, Pa., known as the
King or Crane farm. It is situated on the Tioga
river, three miles above Tioga village, a few rods
from the Mill Creek railroad station. It contains
47 acres of lanai, and is in a good state of cunt
vatitin, with a go , d house, two good barns, and
shed, fine fruit, and is well fenced. Will be sold
cheap, and is very desirable. F. E. SMITH.
Tioga, October 17, 1888-8 m
TIDE A CO. COURT PROCLAMATION.
Wherias, the Hon. Robert G. White, Presi
dent Judge for the 4th Judicial District of Penn
sylvania, and Royal Wheeler and Victor Case,
Esq.'s Associate Judges in Tioga county, have
issued precept, hearing date the 10th day
of Oct., 1886, and to me directed, for the hold
ing of Orphan's Court, Court of Common Pleas,
General Quarter Sessions and Oyer and Termin
er, at Wetlsboro, for the County of Tioga, on the
4th Monday of I , lovember (being the 2titti day,)
1866, and to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given, to the Coro
ner,Justices of the Peace, and Constables in and
for the county of Tinge. to appear in their own
proper persons, with their records, inquisitions, ex
aminations and remembrances, to do those things
which of their offices and in their behalf apper
tain to be done, and all witnesses and other per
sons prosecuting in behalf of the Commonwealth
against any person or persons, aro required to be
then and there attending, and not to depart at
their peril. Jurors are requested to be punctual
in their attendance at the appointed time, agree
-ably to notice,
Given under my hand and seal at the Sheriff's
Office. in Wellsboro, the 25th day . of Oct.,
in the year of our Lord ^ne thousand eight
hundred and sixty-six.
1 LEROY TABOR, Sheriff.
IDWADEZ) ;11.36 . 01 V ali Dri v ; 4
H. RANDALL, Surgeon Dentist, would re
el e spectfully inform the citizens of Tioga, Law
eneeville, and vicinities that be has located per
manently at Tioga (office over Puller's Drug Store)
where be may be found the first three weeks of
each month, and will be at Lawrenceville the last
week-in each month at the residence of Chas. Van
Particular attention given to the treatment of
of all diseases of the Teeth, Gums, and Alveolar
& Extracting Teeth
and to regulate irregular Teeth in young
persons. Also, especial attention given to Fitting
Artificial Teeth, Palates, and obduraters on any
kind of plata desired.
Anaesthetics administered and Teeth lixtracted
without pain in every case where it may be con
411 work Will be done with promptness, and
warranted, and at prices condiment with the tires.
Let every one call'who may need or - wish for a
good looking sett of teeth.
Tioga, Pa., Nov. 7, 1866.—cf.
A Farm For Sale. ;
11101iTAINE'33 236 acres situated on the
Cowanesque Valley opposite the 'Village of
KnOxvtlle with , good buildings and a large old
orchard of good grafted fruit, and a good young
sugar bush, thereon. There is about 180 acres
improved and the balance is covered with good
Hemlock and Pine awl hard timber together with
10 cows, span of horses and one yoke of three
year old steers, and young stock and 120 sheep,
farming tttonsiis, wagons so., So. Said farm is
well watered and well calculated for a Ant class,
dairy,er stock farm, and the undersigned also
offers for sale 6 acres of land adjoining said
form together with a good Saw mill thereon with
one of the best water privileges on the Cooranes
que river: and also a large new store and stook
of goods in the Village of Knoxville, besides a
number of Village lots, all of which the subscri
ber wishes to sell in bulk or in parcels to suit the
purchaser. Prices moderate and terms easy.
forlurther particulars enquire of
S. SOOD SPEED.
Knoxville Nov. 7, 18d8-tf.
A DMINISTRATRIX NOTlCE.—Letters of
2i administration having been granted to the
undersigned on the estate of Mathew Borst, late
of Vellsboro, deceased, all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the same
will present them fur settlement to WM. H.
SMITH. Esq., at his office in Wellsbero.
Nov. 4.1966-6 w. MARY BORST, Adex.
rr BB School Directors of Charleston will bold
an adjourned meeting at the Young School
Rouse on Thursday, the 22d inst., at one o'clock
r. sr., to hire Teachers for the balance of the
Wintor Schools. Revenue Stamps for contracts
Can ho purchased of die Board. Teachers are
advised nut to present certificates having altered.
markings unless they can prove that the changes
'vim made by the County Superintendent.
By order of the Board.
Nov. 14, 2t.
C. W. BARLOW, Saa'y
J. 3 OBilgo's