Newspaper Page Text
WEDNESDAY NOV. 28, 1866
Pirolution-0. H. Wood 4k. Co.
Ee l - E l—Orion B. Stone.
gders brotice-n-N. E. Hastings, Adm'r.
So: for the Holidays—P. R. Williams.
Bce _gi r e Exchange—Wm. T. blathers.
Great decline in Goods—Thos. Harden.
SOCIABLE. — The Episcopal Sociable
trill meet st Dr Packer's to-morrow, Tbursday,,
CONCERT.—DOII / t fail to attend the
Cxteert at the Methodist 'church this (Wedoes
EXEETBMON.—The closing Exhibi.-
von of the Turdor clans of the ~Academy took
once OD Saturday evening. The attendance was
,ot large, but the exhibition was one of which
;Le little folks may be proud.
SOLON ROBINSON'S NOVEL.—SoIon
?,thltiron, the veteran Agricultural Editor, has
c crteu a novel for the NEW YORE WgEKLy Tam.
i:e. The publication will commence on the bal .
NEW FIRM.—Mr..` - =Charles H. Gold-,
g ab, Late of Knoxville, has formed a copartner
pp with Mr. M. Ballard, of this place. Charley
ore deapitatiOll as well as any Man we know of.
TATS-EE.—The Williamsport Bullet
nays that there in a rumor to the effect that the
wicauing Gaselte has been purohared by Col. L.
Tato, formerly of the Columbia county Demo,
rat. Mayor Woods may as well widen the city
ivits at once. Room for the Colonel.
We shall publish next week an ae
oat. ut" a trip to'the Bloesbnrg eottl Albinos by
gr. H. J. Ramsdell, special correspondent of the
;Hams. It will be found interesting by all who
a vo an interest in the development of Tioga
POUNDAGE. —For the information of
i rtart of cows, horses, so., we mention that by
m onition of the Council the fees of the Pound
Eteper ere 25 cents per head for every creature
appended. Mr. Waterman, the Keeper, is enti
;Ad to public gratitude for the efficiency with
iiedi he discharges his duty.
rosTon.—The Corning Journal says
;Let a wan named Whitcomb, claimiug to have
teen a prisoner at Anderaonville, spoke in the
Cart House there; recently, and took up a col
ica,n. He is supposed to be an impostor.
FIRE IDT CIIATHA*—N. E. Hastings
dvreae us that the house of Marion Thompson,
Chatham, was burned to- the ground on Toes
oy,l3th inst. The family saved but one bed
Lid the clothing they had on at the time. Air.
Luispsuu is a poor man, and deserves, as we
zuti he will reeeive, the material sympathy of
ni neighbors. There was nd insurance.
Y. M. L. A.—rhdis Association failed
hold its last Friday evening session, owing to
;lo fact that the Court blouse is closed against
ill to,:at meetings by order of the Commissioners.
Ras may wan bard at brat, but it is about time
tbdt Wellsboro found capital and enterprise
mougla to build a good hall for public use. Let
Ir.r men of capital seize upon this opportunity to
provide a place for Socioty tneetinva -and for ex.
libitious. Shall it go out that Wellsboro has no
public hall P Not for long we hope.
FIRE. — A few of the citizens who
'greed to unite and form a Citizens' Fire Company,,,
tit at the Engine House on Saturday evening
n arranged preliminaries fur organisation.—
They adjourned to meet en Tuesday evening fol-
Ades, but owing to prier engagements on the
fart of members, it has been thought proper to
titer the umetiug until tu•morrow, (Thursday)
ening, when all who desire ?retention frum Ore
re requested to meet at the Engine house, at dk
eyaning, fur organisation and drill. The
eal will take place in the building. I..e(Ais see
ILO wants en efficient Fire Company.
BRaDFOED ITSMS...—The Reporter says
:at t daughter of John C. Bottenstine, of Over
% ownthip, ems burned to death on the 7th th
eta She had kindled a fire in the open air
which her clothes took fire. - - '
tit Troy gazette notes the creditable fact that
?c r. of the Ladles of the Preiby tartan Church
Mat niece, lately, realised S6SO in cash.
The Atheal Napubtican says that the new R.
' Lridgo across the Chentting at that place will
ittiiiied in a few weeks.
6TErtEOPTICON.—Mr. H. H. WOOD,
iilful Photographer of this village i has rcv
need a Hue Stereopticon, capable of displaying
, rucopic pictures magnified to cover lE feet of
-Jot. He aces the Calcium light, the most
Terful in use. By means of this instrument
told relief and life-like solidity of tba stereo
picture are intensified and increased.
ilr Wood it , about -to enter upon a series of
the several villages and neighbor
• of this county, and we take great pleasure
•Laniending him to the patronage of the pea
:=E; a worthy man, and' as one whose eshibi
-.t., ;ill always profit the patron as mach as the
Nnetor. Mr. Wood will keep faith with the
Tuesday, Nov. 27
bmenber the. Senior Ealibition at the Academy
.z.,i ;TueFday)evening, Nov. 27. About 200 can
kOl of Honor will be read and Prizes distri
l ''''- -, bda to be need in purchasing Prises for
7, et;A far pale at Eastman's Dentistry Houma,
p• 0., and at the door.
X EW YORK MASK .—Our readers
!fil glad to learn that fresh pork is selling in ,
:** York at from 8 to 10 cents per pound, and
' ll quality of lard at 13 Gents. Butter is also
lal , risg• rapidly. Beef and mutton have gone
'td la the vows ratio. Bow is it here /
JA.: , ;IIFIELD NORMAL SCHOOL.—The
EX6 Millatilal will commence on Thursday.
at o'clock, A. M., and conitinue until
veiling. The Model &amid examination
ttoiolno‘i Thursday morning at 8 o'clock
L , clioue two - days. Parents and friends are
‘ l, li) invited 14, attend.
IL, toll ptogrittninc will be published next
—Persons having Books, PAmPhlet° ,
Do n e s, or Netitpapers to be bound or rebound
` l l , lehee send or bring them to Young's Book
Wellthoro, before Deo. 15th, Speeimeos of
%lib prices, may be seetM uov2S-3t
•driterifla PRESENT% for the old, the young,
, tabie r—in all varieties at Yousta's BOOK
44 can get as many Goods for 75 cents now
csod for $l,OO one month ago. •
J. A. PARSONS.
"`"s Saturday, a Wieldy inade up of the
LLutuont of the foreign periodicals, is the best of all
of its kind. Large oetavo,..heauti-
I Printed, and $5 per year..
I am enabled by the great Panic. in New York
folarket% to make the following reduction in pri
ces: Best heavy Sheetings trom -22 to 25 cts.,
good heavy Sheetings yard wide 13 cts., best
Prints 18 to 20 eta., good Prints fast cot's 15 to
18 eta., common 12 cts., best DoLaines 28 to 31
eta., Canton Flannels 25 to 31 cts , and 31 to 38
cts. Denims, Ticking; Stripes, Kentucky Jeans,
D. k T. Cassimeres, bleached Muslins, and all
other Domestic Goods from 10 to lb per cent,—
making it an object to all buyers of Dry Goods to
come and see our stook. We bare lota of bar-,
gains in Cloaks, Shawls,Dreas Goods, Clothe,
Casaitneres, Flannels, ke., and intend to give
every o s tler the fall benefit of every reduction.
J. A. PA1350152.
have now On hand a good stook of Furs which
lam selling cheap. They are about 20 per cent
less than last fell. J. A. PARSON%
Parsons is selling the Donnelly Hoop Skirt ex
clusively, claiming it to be the best Skirt for tle
money in the market.
Tau Bommays.—Santa Clatis bas certainly
made his headquarters at Williams's. Drug Store
this year. Tust you look inarill see what lots and
lots of nice things for boys and girls, from a
wheelbarrow to a beautiful work-box, the old
graybeard has stowed away there. Than, too,
the young beaux will nut fail to purchase those
Soilet setts of Bohemian glass, and those delight
hal caskets of rare perfumes, from Araby the
Blest. The doll with curly hair, which shuts its
eyes when it goes to sleep, has ever so many era.
dies and bedsteads ut Williams's. Peep in and
see her. -
&sm.—Every man, woman and child, troubled
with decayed and aching teeth, can be relieved
of their suffering without pain at A. B. East.
man's by the use of the lately invented SpraY
Producer, which is superior to ether, chloroform,
or gas, fur many operations, as there Is no risk
or appleasant effect.
Ou the :id inst. I went to have some teeth ex
tracted with as great dread as one could well re
alize, but after having five extracted was co hap
pily disappointed that I called again on the 20th
and had lily entire sot of old snags taken ont,and
and did nut suitor one-tenth as touch as on form
er occasions, having one tooth extracted, and
and would say to all,'try it for yourselves.
WeHobart), nov2B Mrs. S. S. SPENCER.
LEJWCING.—This is to certify that -r, Doan
A. Clark, of Delmar, 'bat several decayed teeth
extracted at A. 13. Eastman's by-' thu use of the
Spray Producer, whithout the least of pain ; and
after having been so relieved by this superior
method of producing local insensibility, (the in.
vention of which has certainly conferred a Noon
upon suffering humanity) I would cheerfully
commend it to all. •
In Delmar, on the 3d inst., by J. D. lioug,hton,
Ebq., Mr. GEORG': Tobias and LYnt e t ANN iy)ll.-
EEN, all of Delmar.
In Delmar, on the stb inst., by J. D. Houghton,
EN., Mr. JAMES FARELL and Miss MARY LACY,
all of Delmar.
On the 21st inst., by Rev. N. L, Reynolds, at
the house of the Bride's father, Mr. D. M. Roag
of Mansfield, to Miss IifARTII6 J. GILLETTE Of
Jn the Presbyterian Church, Wellaboro, Sun
day evening, Nov. 25, by Rev. T. F. Calkins, Maj.
GEO. W. MERRICK, and Mine lONE BUTTERWORTH,
all of Wellstioro.
[We congratulateithe parties upon having cele
brated their nuptials_ in a sensible way, Welcome,
Major, to the order of St. Benedict. The sample
of the wedding-feast was luscious.
r s vit I A Cough ,
A Cold, or A
4 s‘) 4' tP .
BRONCH I AL
cv —QUIRES IMMEDIATE ATTENT/
411 0 C\\‘C ° "P LO R B ED " T 2E O C C I f i NTIPII I S E , °ANZ-
c Ft Irritation of the Lungs, A
Ao o.i , Permanent Throat Pis- •
Arip: ~„ ease, or Consump
-0,, • lion is often the
Having a direct hilueace to the parts,
give irznotli”te rein ,
roa BROZICELITIB, ArralLi, .FATARRH, CONIIIIMP
- T/TX AND TaauAT DillEe2sES,
'Roches are Med with always good success
Singers and Public Speakers
Will find Tactunss useful in clearittg the Taira when
taken before binglug or epraklug, and relieving the
throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal organs.
The Taucurs are recommended and prescribed by
slulans, and have bad testimonials from eminent men
throughout the country. Doing an article of true mer
it, and having raw= their efficacy by a teat of many
years, each year finds them in new !orating' in various
parts of the world, and the Tamara aro universally
pronounced better than other articles.
Oratas only "lisornes EiIIOLICritiL l'hocurs,", and do
not take any of the Wearturas IltrravioNs that mew be
offered. Eran rrearsvarar. Nov. 21, 'B6-Cut.
REMEIHAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL OASES,
N 0.14 Bond etreset, New York.
eke—Null information, with the highest testimonials ;
also a Book on Special lilseases, in a sealed envelope,
sent free. ..(W,lte 811 Tb and send for them, and you will
not regret it; for es adver tieing physicians are generally
impostors, without references no stranger should - be
trusted. Enclose a stamp for postage, and direct to DR.
LAWRENCE, NO. 14, BOND STREET,NEW 1011 K.
Nov. 21,1666.1 y.
Tfi ANGIE, BUT TRUE.—Every young ludy and gen
demon in the United - Eitateacan baiir eumething to
their advantage by return mail (free of charge) by ad
dressing the undersigned Those having fears of being
humbugged will please oblige by not noticing this card
All others will please address their obedient servant,
TllO3 F CIIAPAIAN,
Jan 31, '66-ly ' 631 Broadway, New York
irtIiIIORS OF YOIIIII.—A. Gentleman who tuff:skid
_LA for yearn from Nervous Debility, ptemature Decay
nun all the effects of youthful indiscretion will, for the
sake of auffering humanity, send free to who need
it, the recipe and directions for making the simple rein.
edy by which be wan clued, Sufferers wishing to profit
by the advertiser's experience can do so by addressing
JOHN B. OODEN,I3 Chambers-St., N. Y.
TCONSUIIPTIVES. , —The advertiser,' having bean
restored to health in a few weeks by ri vary .nitaple
remedy, after having nattered tar 861 , 014 , years. vxitb a
severe lung attention anti that dread diesaea, Comunip
tiutt—is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers
the means of cure
To all who desire it, he wilt send a copy of the pre
scription used, free of charge, with the directions for
preparing and using the came, which they will find a.
sure ore for Consumption, A elm, bronchitis, Coughs
and Colds,end all throat and lung affections The only
object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is
to benefit the afflicted and spread information whirls be
conceives lobe invalnable, and he hopes every sufferer
wilt try lits reinedy, - tis it will cost them nothing and
may prove a blessing Parties wishing the prescription
rime, by return until,' will please address Rev. ED
WARD A r 1.. u j r ) I
lIING-BONE, SPAVIN, WIND-GALLS, CALLUS, Ac.,
OD 110E8E8, RADICALLY and PEIENARIENTLY CORED. by
xhu use of
Roof? Riaglrone and Spervik Cure
This medicine was established 25 yearn ago, and has
never boon known to fail, • - Give it a single trial. For
sale by W. D. T.EftLi ELL & CO., Corning . , N.Y.
D. 9. Ittrues A C 0.., Agents, New York. 0c17,0,6m
TE CONFESSIONS & EXPERIENCE OF AN IN
VALI D.—Published for the benefit and as a caution
to young men and others, who euO'er fi om Net roue De
bility, Premature Decay of Manhood, Sc , supplying at
the acme time thaw:ails of self-cure By one who has
mired iiimself allot undergoing considerable quackery.
By enclosing a postpaid addressed elivdopo, single cop
lee. free of charge. may he had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings CO
N. Y. (Jan. $l.
SCRATCH ! SCRATCH ! SCRATCH!
. Will cure the itch in 48 Hours.
Also cures SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHILBLAINS,
and all ERUPTIoNS OF THE SKIN. Pries•so mute.—
Fu, side by all druggists By sending tAi cents to
WEEKS A POTTER, Solo /gents. 170 Washington S.
Roston, It will be forwarded by mail, (roe of postage,
to any part of the United States.
dune 6, 1866. sp. notice ly.
Tun AMERICAN CooEiao STOVE IS manufactured with
certain improvements, secured by letters patent, under
dates et May 5, 180, and December 5, 1865. One of
them, improvements Lovers the arrangement of fittings
poi tshlensh pan in the hearth of a cooking stove,
receive the ashes as it passes down from the grate. All
persons are cautioned against manufacturing, rending
or using nther stored made, in imitation of the Amen
can, us suits have been commenced fur infringement of
theme patents and all persons manufacturing, selling
or using said imitations, will be liable for damages for
infringement on these letters patent. . _
SHEAR, PACKARD & CO.
- 17 and 19 Green street, Albany, D. Y.
The Alta - email is fur sale by W/LLI&HIROBERTD,
Welleboro. jp 13-ems-
1111 E, LIFE & ACCIDENTAL
•W. IX - . SMITH,
GENERAL POLICY AGENT FOR TI
OGA COUNTY, PA.
Cash. Capital. Asters,
Home, N. Y., $1,000,0Q0 43A59.8.17
Zuni, ' 2,900,000
Pbeniz, 1,500,0130.; 5;000,00
North Americati,Pillad!a, 1,500,000 . 731,000 .
Putnam, ........... T • • 500,000
Farmers' Mutual, 'Middle Per_ns... - .357,40,2 92
Lycoming Mutual, Muncy, Pm
Columbia Mutual, Limeaster, - Pa...
Globe Mutual; Lifei;N:Y: City; ,
N.Y. Accidental -
Travelers' Accidental, Hartford, ..
Equitable Life Asap:mon Society
Noti-Hazardous, Hazardous, and Eztra.Haz,
nedous Risks taken at reasonable rates. Policies
Issued, and all Lasses adjusted at this Office.
• --- -Wellsboro', Pa.-
July 25,1866.—tf. '
£ WIUTNEYVILLE. ..isi
HAS just returned from New Yori with a full
SEASONIBLI DRY •.GOODS.
,441 7 11 CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOBSi , BABTAMV.ABB,
And everything usuelillftditilAdffittljere,
which he is selling cheaper than any other store
in the =squat,.
COPSE AND SEE.
Re- No charge for showing Goods..
Whi ' •
Not continue to limp along through the goad
when , . „ ,
gee-the iatoe are made to walk. Do not allow
yourself to ettferz.eontinnelly front - the - insramer
abhgaohes and rains which are so lirevalent at
thiszeoson 'of the year, beesigsfiyon 'do not
or 'will acit believe that they can be cured. If
you Inquire into this matter a little, you will find
that many poor sufferers from r " _
byre found weleome relief — by , uldni it -Aviv and
powerful remedy tailed" Salutifer. Beret* pains
and latneueer, whether located In the thotildin'ep.
or in the aide
AND - ,Li7 4 1 . ,1 4t,
back,:itra cured withyouderfalesselakente t isk,
this powerful medi6jae.Mini -. ;mai:maybe
have not tor yeiarei been:entirely fie* from • ';:!.
bid deriVed gnat benefit from - fir use. Indeed
thUhlutirer is now so extensively used, and bus
been so Uniformly successful, that no doubt , L
1'; :,_ i •!:. i .1-. ::,
:, 1 ,CAN_ i''
longer exist of its us cAs est. ,- fact nn
other medicine can
Sound which in so shorts lisao lusi attained such
unparalleled success. is used for all those die
eases which require an external application as a
counter irritant, such as Neuralglailtheumatinn,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Crick in tbaloack, Numb•
nese of the limbs, Chilblains, Pleurisy, and many
other severe apd troublesnma diekulties, j whiOtt .
are often ' • •
and always benefitted by such an application.—
In many families, which have beau in induced to
this velgable medicine i Ito became a, house
huh) alition4oigietib r :
Camphor or Arnitus,AsAbOir bottlitAk:v ,;6
It is meld by alllealers in-medieine at 50 cents
per bottle. Orders from dealebi4bould be ad
dressed to W. D. ?erten if Co., Who/61sta Drug
gists, Ct;rning, N. Y., W. H. Gregg . Co., Whole
sale Druggists, Elmira, N. Y., or to J. Hoy t
Druggist, Wellabero, Pa.
Nov. 14, 1866.
^ IS ,
GROCERIES & ritoyisioNs,
CROCKERY HARDWARE .r
WOOD & - ilgowt;vngt
, • YANKEE NO'llONi . '
Cash Paid fokPiaihissi ?q; ll l, ll M T : T t i t
Nov- 21, _lBB6-Iy.
OUND—Betweett Knotiville and Westfield
A POCKET BOOK. The owner is request
ed4o provikproperty Aug pay Nrrilita adtertin
meta- -••••- • -J. A. ROBBENB. -
Brookfield, Nor. 21,1866.36
is the lance teetill end en,statiati 1199 d go9dl. IL
five cannot convince cap. , evatcmce Ataf. - : sta,fut . a
Selling at reasonable prices, iris then time to try
some of our would be (if they could) competitors.
.. ..... 500,000
. -- 600,000
eltave now on band a-complete assortment of
Itoosniqics, IRO as ,
Prints, SheTtinga, Stripes, Denims,
„.7-... i . , and verytkriag in that lima
— .:1,: —.1 •Ij - 1, 0 , 1 t,..t...s ~*_“.1.44..c
OUR DRESS GOODS' STOCK
le complete from first glare Iderinoes down to
fi ft- -Si
we haveie complete assortment of. The ladies all
iitartLit.liontbeembetnelol* , *Gblwini
dip argotic* to make their attiga,prptfflomptl,aid
oomplete..-- - - •
We especially invite the , ladies to come and
Glove' and Hosiery _ ; Stook Ladies'
:and:Citents' Paper Collars, all sizes.
OV1? BOOT ft SHOE STOCK
0 4 -
is 110 A complete. Freeman* that haspatronized
ne know that we keep , the' best Boot and Bboe
-nalki,nt 111 the eonntry. Our Boots are all war,
ranted to hi what we shill represent them at the
:tip , * of sale. Let kunberinen and "cabers requir
-king a heavy boot, call and exandne•them.
_ , - • .•
. This tirini tiniorittietwo:liiirtintion - briefiTs
as they lilt recommend on "Otimin'
" : atiotr. ' -"
~ ~_, ~:..
seartnnted ;if arrtkit4as,', 4 t 9 10 .caaFrY , 14.1
they decapitated by executive aiithority or not.
- , I
We now sppply,tptpiliespith-Sugam f
Symps; nd dooryttlitietimallftlikiein thiftlytka;
„ at tbe/owast prises.
• "k•ro WOILY - CPY: . . 11dttoet. ,
: 4 7
Call and nnaniine lbe beautital-ityiefit !bit we
Harciwa**4 Cafterr;- - 111:yaileti;
. : , _ • ,
Let eier 4 yl 'clime to otir store with a-foil
ing of beitilottaionnt. Wii,qtraro nothing for,
and are otisA4l4l 41,0„io glow yoik - the goods.,
;:i.Wkattrer you tiny ire not.
Wellaboro, Oet. 3,18615.
w '...v wP Z. - ,_
't,: -4 Yi :4 .t. e.::" ...,'' , .f L. - 41:1
a LI - , t-c
F~ f J...i~
e3:',., -._l'y el'
' ' d..
' t . :I r'e
_',- - 01 - '4 . l l lux-e: , : - : - ,
s olit , ::*l,
?:ii,.ii..4 11.? i::, ,•-:),i:,_,..i';;
A.L.". 0 7
Li : -•
A. A. TRMkrAr.-
meat by. wary mum, Trot2aa,
this comnty, if they will strictly adhere to the
plan olssiyingtheir goods of the well
ktiOsea &pular . old canons of
W.-11. Smith's Sons,
ADDISON, N. Y.,
Thousinds and thousands of psopli have al
ready roxiid ihtdr ranard
BEY 000158, 0 0ROOERIES ,0141 THING,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, OAPS,
1-, tFo CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
:•'";.!;ta.l-: . - & c .-,', - & .. c . 4 q 0 ;
14 id • 0
are at, klttlfia , alfizadatilitei
env on TIC MILLION,
at the old Reliable Corner, the
GRAVE ANIriMPORTANT INTORMA:
TION TO CASH BUYERS WHO WISH
TO SPEND THEIR MONEY WHERE
THEY CAN GET THE MOST FOR IT.
t : i•;
W.E.SMITH'S SONS' system of keeping
an enormous stock of goois at all times •of the
year, and Selling them cheap—this system so oh,
noatoda rto'big profit stores—is fairly.begun for
the Fall eeason at their store, and such a year for
doing people good was never known before. Cer
tainly there is no good reason for swindling pri
ces now; we have had enough of them already.
The great- advantage and importance of - tradrng
for °esker Heady pay is folly illustrated by the
low prices now raging at the People's Store.
A FEW HOUSEHOLD WORDS FOR THE
'WOMB. MECHANIC; &
Bay your goods of a concern which has a big
assortment and is selling ten times as many goods
and of course can sell- them as many rinteit chea
per than small' concerns. We giva all' suchlad
vantages #i our customers: _
.il:Frar &rasa Bxo Tams sot nts - Par-
DENT BrryillTO CTNSIDES Bum, smirD.
Look out for big stores and big rents; big notes
andkig rates of interest and no real takers at
that.•-all of which is very bad as against IV'. R.
Smith's ?ions' situation. Light espenies - and no
- rents, new goods at break down prices, and the
good old Motto of small profits, good value and
quiek returns, flying to the breeze. The fact is,
the only true and certain road to fortune for the
Merchant is always to give his customers. as we
- do. the most he'ean for his money; and depend - On
large attics for his profits. Again, our popular
end legitimate system of dealing„ buying strictly
for cash. always having cash-on band. render tts
masters of the situation when a drop comes in the
Sever' before was there such a tempt.
iqg tot of goods, at low prices, as
W. B.; , Smith's Sons Can
and will showfrom this
- :Our stock of Dry Goods and Clothing can't be
beat, and no customer who is in the right shape,
ever leaves the store without buying ; and none
l _whe care whit they says will niake , the inaction
that they canbuy goods elsewhere as cheap. , - -We
keep the largest stock of ,
BOdTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
that is kept in the county. Call, if nothing mote
than to See the CHEAP GOODS on the sat:ions
CARPETS-AND OIL 'CLOTHS
minim:ono low rates. Tho cottage and palace can
be replenished for a song now, by calling on the
PeopieslV,nti. . . •
r-4 CROCKEitY, WALL PAPER,
and thousand other articles cap' be found; and
.no .one who sees them can help buying. We
manufacture all the CLOTHING we sell. Every
weill'ilreseed man buys hiaharness of William E.
Smittee Soils: We also make to order: Ofir Cutter
is master of his art.; be stands down the hail for
no man who wielde the shears for a lfvelihood;
• ; • •;,•
hie - the auto the deformed:
We keep Pork, Flour and Sall,
allays as low or less than market ratea... •
f . .4t is more than ever she, dqty of every men
end ivoniau to call here Wire buying, — aad• look
:through the stock of te pting goads and bargains,
as no ono can imagine or form any idea how
great a difference there is between the prices of
goods bought for cash and prices of goods else
where bought for notes that aro not paid promptly.
'The safest ; thing for all buyers who want the,
lowest notch_in 'goods, io to call end get W:].lst;'
Sthith's Sons' prices, and take around in sour
pockets to compare. A great many stores will
get the cold shoulder after you visit the Old Cor—
ner where they work for their customers. •
You cannot mistake the place, as it occupies
the room of four stores, immediately on the Erie
railway, and the rash is constantly going on.
Cell, if for nothing more than to see how we
spike the Epos. Yours, truly,
w. R. SMITH'S 80Ns
Addison. ' 2l; 13ept 5,146_4d, -
;~ ~ ;~._~
-::- 0 i' , . ~2
J. A. PARSONS'
~ , -,i - '.l
A 4 2' ~,,.. tt ..J %.! ~..
LIST OF BABRAINS FOR
F r ~:~
! BARGAINS" .IN 11.K.UVTS.
Common Prints 120, fut colors 15c, best 200.
BARQAINI2z 9H INGB.
Yard wig* Sheeting "ar sheet
jug IBd, standardheavy cheating 2ita 50.
BARGAINS IN SKIRTINGS.
Good, bleached &tuella 22 and 25a, extra quality
Tara J wlde 310, best yarkwide 38,
r ; .`s~:~
BARGAINS IN WOOLENS
Red.twWed flannel hooey 31;,Grey ttiiiiledAannel
heavy 44eirRid twilled flannel - *litre 50c. An
wool sheets grey cloth $1,007101 . 1r00d onssimere
10e, lls, Us; 0., T. thundtneretwool filling 750;
Kentucky Jeans 2+513..
BARGAINS IN BALMORBLS
We sell ilia Brauer Skirt at $2OO, sold last fall
all the extra qualities at
- largety reduced rates.
Bargains in Shawls, Cloaks, Cloths,Draas Goods;
a good Pant:malts yard wide 440; alapaca d2e;
French merino 9s and 10s; twillad Colz4 38c;
and lots of other goods equally cheat),
BARGAINS IN HOOPSKIRTS
Giving our entire trades to one manufacturer we
can sell Hoop Skirts wry cheap. We sell a
guod Hoop Skirt 20 springs heavy tape kid pads
Bs.; higher numbers equally cheap.. - '
Double 'Bole Kip Boots, Bair double sole Kip
Boots, Tap sole Kip Boots at lowest prices in the
I in' enOloliiii a goof moik, sell cheap, and
do my full abare.fiCtrade. : • *-
Oot. 24, 1866.._i„
WE HAVE lOW ON )ELM) A
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP
At the People's Store, Coining, N. Y.
adapted to the wants of all classes; and as we
laid in for a goad stock just before the tate ad
vance in New York', - *d are . itow""ebtabred'lti sell
most of our goods at about
NEW Yo 'PEIcEs: -
We would call especial atter:Alm! to our , large
stock of.goods for - ' • -
LADIES , SUITS, -
and the finest line of
FRENORMUSLINS AND ORGANDIES
avir offestil hi tbis.;oarkes., We also ha -e a aloe
LADIES' SACQUES, TALMAS AND
in cloth rind silk, to which we Invite the attention
of buyers. Our stock of
CIAVIHS AND CASSIMERES,
for men's and boy's wear, is kept very fall, and
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
on abort node's and in the latest style.
Balmoral , and Hoop Skirts,
G - ING-HAMS,
ALPACAS, POPLINS; *DeLAINES,
OHALLIES, SUN, UMBRELLAS,
- 'JEANS, COTTONADES, SHEET
Our facilities for BUYING 0008 are UN
SURPASSED by any in this section, and we
wish it understood that
dI) not intend to be UNDE.RSOLD by
We tender our thanks to the citizens of Tioga
Co., who have patronized us and would respect.
fully invite those who have never done so to call
and see ns. Store opposite the Dickinson House
on Market Street, three doors west of the corner,
and two doom east of Hon gerford's Bank.
• 8141.1.111 & WAITE.
Nov. 21, 1866.
RipOEPEI MANLY would inform she alu sen s
of Wanabala and vicinity that he has leased
the old Mack stand, ea Water street, lately oe.
cupied by Air. Ritter, - rrerts he may be found
prepared to shoe horses and oien, and do all
work pertaining' to 413 trade. lie also is a prac
tical karrior, and will treat horses for disesties.
October 24. 1866-
Haircheaa - iii_g s sT i t
over Willcox Etrker'3 3toro,
boro,'Pe- Particular ttotuica ?ald ' toLath*!'
Sbauipoolu3, D731z3, e„;,Brajd,,
Pam, coils, and 3.4 " llo3 onaarvi and made to or
B. W. DURST. Y. J. JO N90:1.
1:k A RE you sick, ftehle and 3033-
. IS.. Plainirq 7 8 "1c0 out of or
der—your 373'= 4 a 6 :ranged and
your feelings ttucced arta b ia?.. _
These symptoms are often thepre. -
cursors of serious illnes s , Same
t of afc.kness is .
creeping npon'you, and , 1 , 004
be averted by a timely use of the right r ,..,,,, i ,.
Take Ayer's Pills, and drive out the har ao .p
purify the blood, and lot the dulds move on ~_
obstructedly, in health. They stimulate tlle, or
gans of the body into vigorous aotivity,i m i,
the system from the obstructions which mea t di,
ease. A cold settles somewhere In the body, and
deranges the natural operations of that par,..._
This, if not relieved, will roast upon itself end
the surrounding organs, producing general 1,,g
-gray a tio n suffering and derangement. While .
thiecondiion, take Ayer's Plll3, and see how
reedy they restore the natural action of the sp.
tem, and with It the buoyant feeling of health.—
What is true and 30 apparent in this trivial and
common complaint, is alto true in many of the
deep seated and dangerops diseases. The same
purgative expels them. Caused by similar ob
structions and derangements, they are 3urely,and
many 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 headache, foul stom
ach, dysentery, bilious complaints, Indigestion,
derangement of the liver, costiveness, constipa
tion, heartburn, rheumatism, dropsy, worms and
suppression,' when taken in arse doses.
They are sugar coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them easily, and they are surely
the best purgative medicine yet discovered.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For the speedy and certain Cure of intermittent
Fever, or Chills and Fever, Remittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, P eriodical Headache,
or Bilious Headache, and Bilious Fevers; in—
deed for the whole class of diseases originating .
is biliarg derangement, caused by th e malaria of
• miasmatic countries.
This remedy has rarely failed to cure the se
verest eases of Chills arid Fever, and it has this
great advantage over other Ague medi6nes, that
it subdues the complaint without injury to the
patient. It contains no quinine or other delete—
rious substance, nor does it produce quinism or
any injurious effect whatever. Shaking broth
ers of tho army and the west, try it and you will
endorse tbose assertions.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell,
Mass., and sold by all druggists and dealers in
putamlmavoirto JAN 0011:41
T IL RANDALL, Surgeon Dentist, would re
f) • spectrally inform the citizens of Tioga, Law
renceville, and vicinities that he has located per
manently at Tioga (office over Fuller's Drug Store)
where he may be found the first three weeks of
eaoh month, and will be at Lawrenceville the last
week in each month at the residence of Chas. Van
Partidular attention given to the treatment of
of all diseases of the Teeth, Gums, and Alveolar
Cleaning,Filling & Extracting Teeth
and to regulate irregular Teeth- in young
persons. Also, especial attention-given to Fitting
Artificial Teeth, Palates, and obdurators on any
kind of plate desired.
Anaesthetics( administered and Teeth Extracted
without pain in every case where it may be con
All work will be done with promptness, and
warranted, and at prices consistent with the times.
Let every one call who may need or wish for a
good looking sett of teeth.
Tioga, Pa., Nov. 7 ) 1886.—tf.
J. A. PARSONS
Planing t & Turning.
IffAVING got his new Factory in operation.
JUIL is now prepared to fill orders for Cabinet
Ware promptly and in the best style of wOrkman
ahip. Baying procured a ,
be 4 3a ready to dress boards or plank with dispatch.
SCROLL-WORK & BRACKETS,
furnishe;d to order- His machines are of the new
est and most improved patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Waln Ste, WELLS
Oct. 31, 1866—tf.
,-. S T T u l rn e er KL au llf t , CIIntIIMAKE Deal er , r
opposite Dent's Wagon Shop,
MAIN STREET, WELI SBORO, PA.
Orders promptly tilled and satisfaction guaran
teed. Pansy Turning done to order.
Oct. 31, 18613.—tf. 3. sTioKtrzr.
Mail.subscribers, 1 copy, 1 year-104 numbers, $4 00
Mail subscribers, 2 copies, 1 year-104 numbers, 7 00
Mail subscribers, 5 copies, or over,for each copy, 300
Persons remitting for 10 copies $3O, will receive an ex.
fra copy for six months.
Persona remitting for 13 copies $l3, will recess an ex
sfail subscribers, single ftpy,l year-42 numbers, ;2 00
Mail =lnscribers, clubs of Are ..... ...—.... 9 00
Ten copies, addressed to names of subscribers. 1T 60
Twenty copies, addressed to names or subscribers, 34 00
Ten copies, to one address le 00
Twenty copies, to oise $3O 00-
An extra copy will be sent for each club of ten.
Address, THE TRIBUNE, New York.
Merntutnts, 31annfacturers, Inventors, Real Estate
Owners, Schools, and all others who desire to reach
customers in all parts of the country, will find it to
their interest to advertise In Tut Nxiv Yoss
The circulatien of Tau Tamuut, ie target than that
of any other newspaper, and it is read by the moat en
terprising, thrifty and Industrious classes.
CIaCIIIATIUM Olt In 11119132 M.
Monday, Oct, 1 Daily 45,000 copilot.
Tuesday, Oct. 2 • Daily 44,780 copies,
Tuesday, Oct" Semi-Weekly.--27.000 copies.
Wednesday, Oct. 3 Daily 44,750 copies.
Wednesday, Oct. 3. ...... .....Weekly 130,250 copies.
Thursday. Act. 4 Daily 44,310 eoplee.
WridaY, Oct. 5 .......... ........Daily 44.560 copies.
• V relay, Oct. 5 Semi-Weekly —.21,000 copies.
E.t,ualay, Oct. 6. Daily • - t-52 - ,0430 copies.
The above is the precise number of copies of TUE
YEW YORK TRIBUNE printed and circnlatod during
PTICE or EDVERTISINO IN THE TRIBUNE.
DAILY TRIBUNE, 20 cents per lino.
Btxt-Wrcatz TRIBUNE, 25 cents per line.
Wsesty TRIBUNE, $1 per line, each insertion. No ad
vertisement inserted in the WEEKLY for less than .44.
Address, THE TRIBUNE,
N 0.154 Nassau st., Now York.
1866. FOR SALE. 1866,
B. C. WICKHAM,
AT HIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOGA :-
60,000 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A geed supply j of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES A SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are composed of the choicest,
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in bearing. Any one wishing to get a supply
will do well to call and see my stook before Du
chasing- elsewhere. jam- Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Feb. 28,1866-fye
Blacksmith. and Farrier.
Ayer' s Pills,
B. T. VAN HORN,
B. T. VAN 110R21
TUN NEW YOWL TRIBUNE.
$lO per annum : $5 for six Months.