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Our rural friends are too hospitable,
when we visit them they treat us du
ring the day with the greatest kindness,
but they are often cruel to us at night,
and must always consign us to a feather
bed, in the smothering depressions of
which we pass a sleepless night. That
a feather bed is a fit thing to sleep upon,
is an idea rapidly disappearing, we are
happy to say ; yet in many communi
nities feathers still prevail, and they
are looked upon as silk dresses are, in
some measure an index of the wealth,
or competence of the owner. It is quite
time that all this was ehanged,and com
fort and health consulted, rather than
show. We say comfort,—for no one af
ter having slept for a few weeks on a
hard bed, would willingly return to
feathers. Curled hair makes the very
best mattress, hut is expensive; the
next best thing is corn husks, a cheap,
material, and accessible to all. The
inner husks, or shucks, as they are
called in some places, allowed to emit
up a little, are often used withouCany
preparation. A softer bed is made by
slitting the husks in strips, half an inch
or so in width ; a fork may be used
to facilitate stripping. The best husk
bed we ever saw was made from the
husks of green corn, shredded by draw
ing through a flax hatchel.. Husk-beds
should be opened about once in six
months, the husks shaken out from the
fine particles and dust, be sprinkled,
and allowed to lay in the sun for a
while. Treated in this way the husks
will be almost as good as new. We give
this timely hint, in order that at husk
ing time, those who would enjoy the
luxury of a husk-bed may take meas
ures to secure the necessary material.—
A FA...mmy MAN.—Men are shunt the
Fame in alliag,es, as will be seen by the
following passage from Socrates, written
long ago : "Whenever you see a man
whom you know but little about, oddly
dressed, or talking ridiculously or ex
hibiting any eccentricity of manner,
yOu may feel tolerable sure that he is
not a married man; for the little cor
ners are rounded off, the little shoots
are pruned away in a married man.—
Wives generally have much more sense
than their husbands, especially when
the husbands are clever men. The
wife's advices are like the ballasts that
keep the ship steady. They are like
the wholesome though' painful shears
nipping off the little growth of self
"Sally Mander safe!" Said Mrs. Part
ington, as her eyes fell on an advertise
ment. "Do tell me, Isaac, who this
Sally Mander is, and what she's been
doing that they've got her safe."
" I don't know what she's been do
ing," said Ike ; " but I guess she's a
sister to Jerry."
" Jerry who, Isaac?"
" Why, Jerry Mender," said Ike, as
he resumed his work by the window
To be a woman of fashion is one Of
the easiest things in the world. A lath
writer thus describes it: Buy every
thing you don't want, and pay for noth
ing you get; smile on all mankind but
your husband; be happy everywhere
hut at home; neglectyour children and
nurse lap dogs; go to church every time
you get a new dress.
A CALL.-It is related that the clerk
of a aural church in England recently
made the following announcement to
the congregation : " You are desired
to attend a meeting in the vestry, at four
o'clock, to consider on the means of
'eating the church, and to digest other
A weak mind does laot accumulate
force enough to hurt itself; stupidity
often saves a mau from going mad.
'DOLBY has some more of these fine American
12 watehes, at No. 5 Union Block.
Hartman's Safety Bridle and Lines.
- (Patented November. 7, 1V35.)
AMOST valuable article for all who drive hor
see.- See " Agriculturist" for March, 1866.
Recommended by Wilkes, of the Spirit of the
Times; Bonner, of the New York ,Ledger, and
many other celebrated horsemen.
The subscriber owns the patent for Tioga, Sus
quehanna and Bradford counties. Individual or
township rights for sale, on favorable terms.
Harness makers who wish to make the lines for
their customers who buy individual rights, will
be dealt with liberally.
By a slight alteration, the safety lines may be
attached to almost any bridle.
All persons are cautioned against making or
Wing the bridle or lines, in the counties aforesaid,
without authority from the undersigned.
ROBERT C. SIMPSON
Weßab*, Sept. 5, 18613—tt
Stoves & Tin Ware
FOR THE MILLION
Are now prepared to tarnish the imbibe with
anything in their line of bit "ness,in quantity as
large, in quality as good, and as eheap in price
as any dealers in Northern eunsylirania.
They pay particular attention to the
STOVE AND TIN WARE BUSINESS,
and intend to keep a fiffl assortment of everything
in that line.
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
promptly, and warranted to give 'attraction
executed in the beet manner and with dispatch.
CALL AND SEE US.
ROBERTS & kELSEY
Wellsborough, March 7,1866.
NO .1 &2,
CONCE ft T BLO£K,
CORNING, STEUBEN COUNTY, N. Y.
DRY GOODS' 4.1"/ W 'l GROCERIES
At greatly reduced prices
-rz- A WORD TO MY OLD FRONDS and
the coatmunity generally. Not being s Mend
to long and windy advertisements and large ex
penditure:A to the Printers, I herewith submit a
condensed statement of facts at a small cost, with
the understanding that the surplus capital will be
better employed in reducing the price of Goods to
My stock is full and complete to supply all the
wants of my old customers and ,many new, ones,
.boto in the Retail and Job Trade for the ap
proaching Fall and Winter. itaving a splendid
Flannels, Full Cloth, Cassimeres,
Brown p.nd Bleached Sheet
ings, and Shirtings,
Bought under the late low prices.
PRINTS from common to beet clams. A great
variety of ,
CHOICE DRESS GOODS
At lower prises, as well as a splendid assortment
of tine goods, at loss prices than can be bought in
the State. 4moug them may be found
All Wool Merinos, -at 5s to 12a per
yard. Empress Cloths, plain
and figured, Merinos, Bom
bazines, Alpaeeas, Mo
hairs, Scotch Plaid,
. - &e., *
For street Smoke and Cloaks, and a 'variety of
Goods adapted to Traveling Dresses and Capes.
A splendid stook_of Fall and Winter.
FINE PAISLEY SHAWLS,
Comprising a variety of style and quality, from
$2,00 to $60,00 'gob
From 50 coats to $2,00 per yard. A fall and
complete assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Adapted to the Fall and Winter trade
Gloves, Hosiery & Yankee Notions.
And in fact all classes of Goods usually kept in
A FIRST CL,ASS COUNTRY STORE
The Advantages to my
Are not to be misunderstood, when the steady
and unexampled inerease of, baldness is taken
into account. I say without the fear of contra
diction, that with the large purchases I am MlL
king fronl l 6onth to month, for cash I can sell to
the country trade as low as they can buy in the
city, includinereight, which gifts meth °PPM:
tunity to offer
Superior Advantages to , the Job
And also to um retail trade which lam doing,
and am bond to, do, at- rates, firryda.hhrg large',"
tiorairedidiantago to the '" -
Over any other establishment in Western N. Y.;
"Sr Will give my customers the benefit of say
obange in The markets as I am posted in amnion
and other sales from day to day by telegraph
Orders through the mails from the Job
Trade will be proioptly attended to, and all goods
warranted to be as recommended or they may be
returned at ooee, by freight, at my expense.
Corning, Oct. 24, 1886.
1866. FOR SALE. 1866,
B: WICKHAM, -
A T HIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TRIMS, IN TIOOA
001000 Apple Trees.
0000 Pear Trees.
A gcod supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES & SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are compoted of the choicest
varieties; good, healthy. some of them,llllB 6
in bearing. Any one wishing - to gee's - sutipl
will do well to call and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. pi,- Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Voss, Feb. 28, 1868-iy*
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND J. W.
, BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED PATENT
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC' (OR - DOUBLE
MIRE wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
1 pleasure M any lady wearing tho'buplex Elliptic
Skirt, will be experienced particularly in all crowded
assemblies, operas, carriages, railrced cars, church pew',
arm chairs, for promenade and house dress, as the skirt
can be - folded when in use to occupy it Mill place as
easily and conveniently as a silk or muslin dress, an in.
valuable quality in crinoline, not found iu any single
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and
great convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic steel
spring skirt for to single day. will never afternards will
ingly dispense with their use. For children, Slime.] and
young ladies they are superior to all others.
They will not bend or break like the single spring,
but will preserve their perfect and-graceful shape when
three or four ordinary skirts wilt have been thrown
aside as useless. The hoops are covered with double and
twisted thread, and the bottom rods are nut wily dutir.
ble springs, but twice (or double) covered; preventing
them front wearing out when dragging down stoops,
TbeD uplea kiliptic is a great favorite with all ladies,
and is universally recommended by the fashion maga
nines, as the standard skirt of the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advantages in
crinoline, via t 'superior uality, perfeet manufacture
stylish shape and finish. .
'ability, durability, comfort
and economy, Inquire for Bradley's Duplex Blip.
tic ,or double opting skirt, and be aura yen gat the gen.
CAUTION.—To guard against imposition, be pettier'.
far to notice that eking offered as ••duplex" have the
red ink stamp, vie: J. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic
Steel Springs," upon the waistband—none others are
genuine. Also notice that every hoop will admit a pin
being passed through tho center, thus revealing the
two (or double) springs braided together therein, which
is the secret of their flexibility and strength, and acorn.
binatiou nut to be fould in any other skirt.
Fur sale In ell stores where first Clean Skirts are sold
throughout the United States and elsewhere. Manu—
factured by the sole owners of the patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
0c17,81n 97 Chambers & 79 & 81 Reads StS , N. Y.
MR. WILLIAM ROBERTS begs to
.L7l- announce to the careens of Tioga County,
that In addition to Ids excellent stook of Stoves,
Tin-Waie,l3rittania, and Sheet-Iron Ware, he
has, at a great outlay, stocked his store on
with a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD• SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,-
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS . AND' KUYPERS
COMBINED. Alio, PISTOLS,
PlBl'ol, CARTRIDGES, • •
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS,
a new thing, and made for lase. r Theao are but a
few of the many articles` composing our Stock
We invite the public to call and examine for
emselyes. We aim to keep the beat quality of
goods in our line ; and' all to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM ROBBRTS•
Planing & Turning.
B. T. VAN HORN,
HA is ifl n N ow G luotpohis n
red t e o w r j r u t r oz rr in fo or operation,
promptly and in thrbescstyli of wifikman
ship. Baring procured a
WOOD*ORTH PLANER f
be is !Indite tress boards or plank with dispatch.
SCROLL-WoRK & BRACKETS,
furnished to order. His maehines are of the nett
ed and: meet improved patterns.
- Shop earner of Pearl and Wain Ste, WELLS
00t..411, 1866-tf. B. T. VAN HORN.
"HEATED WARE—Cake baskets, card bask
1— eta, castors, sugar bowls, etc., at
FOR SALE—One pair of mares 8 year old,
sound. Inquire of B. VAN DUBEN,
- v - /OLIN STRINGS at
WEBB'S DRUG STORE.
Stoves: = Stoves ::
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
Weßibero; Sept 1.866-tr.
T. L latniVlN
Respectfully inform their customers and friends,
that haring entirely old out their old stock of
AA **lion. They have replaced them with a
• new and well selectedlot of .
DeLAINEB„,,.CHIE§, " PRINTS,
BLEACHED AND BROWN 'MIfStINS,
BEAI ='MADE' tioTfNG r
LINEN_ COATS, HATS AND CAPS,
LADIES' HATS TRIMMED AND
PLAIN, CARPET WARP,
BOOTS & SHOES,
WALL AND WINDOW PAPEII.;:,
HARDWIRE & TINWARE.
Our rtook of
GROCERIES Ain) PIUiViitIONS
is large and complete; and we would most re
speetfully call your attention to
QUALITY AND PRICE
FLOUR, SALT AND NAILS,
we keep on band at all times and will be sold at
prices to defy competition.
YOUR - BUTTER, CHEESE,"gOOS,
GRAIN, 41r.c., &0.,
Is as good as the CASH to us at their market,
T. L. BALDWIN k CO
TIOGA, May 16, 1866—1 y
Drugs, Medicines, Br.c.
J. L. BELDEN,
KEI3P6 constantly on band a tine stock of Pare
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
for Medicinal and Sacramental use; also alh,the
popular Patent Medioices, Paints, Varnialies,Dils,
&0., all kinds of brushes, Dye Colors, Dye Woods
and Stuffs, fine Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Pom-
odes, Cosmetics, kc.,
STATIONERY, PENS, -4 PENCILS,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
Memorandum Books, Pass Books, &e., Potash
in bulk at 1.+5 cents per pound, Kerosene Oil,
Lamp Oil, Turpentine, Benzine, k.c.
• . _
Fresh Oatmeal aiiifFearl Baitleg tit ots per
pound. I am sole agent in Blossburg for Dr.
N. Weaver's Ext. Fireweed, and warrant it to
cure Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Pimples on
the faee, and all diseases arising from impure
state of the, lood if used according to directions.
Partienlar attention given to compounding
Physician's and other Prescriptions. I guaran
tee satisfaction, both in quality and price.
Remember the Store, opposite the new Coal
Co's Store, Hinesburg, Pa.
Ang. 15, 1868—tf. J. L: MILDER.
Card, Staples lir,-Son,
ARE PREPARED TO SELL AS CHEAP
as any dealers in the county, a general as
sortment of - . .
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING. HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES, FUR
EAETERRE, STONE, AND GLASS WARE,
in short, everything netuab', 7 lE•Ft-'llr Peunt/7
store, all of which will be 104 as lOw as else
READY, PAY ONLY !
No trouble 'to SliOw
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES.
Q TAPLES A CO., grateful to old patrons fee
10,past favor., hope for a continuance of the
same. Having formed a copartnership with G.
P. CARD, they feel confident that ibey can do
batter than over before,. ea the new . firul will have
a larger assortment.-- - -
_ , GARD, STAPLES A SON.
ReeneyviSe;Feb. ;1, 1866.-Iy.
QENERAL wholesale agent for the Celebrated
PATENT PLATE PIANOS* manufactured
by DECKER-BROS., CHICRERING .1c SON'S
PIANOS; HAINES BRO'S PIANOS, MASON
IL HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS, and Treat,
Linsley A Co'. Melodeons.
Orders from, dealers. and Teachers especially
solicited., Address, L. B, POWELL,
July 20. 116 Penns Avenue, Scranton; Pa.-
PI°2MMIM!' , W7,7
INDUSTRY 'MUST PROSPER.
ri,c! - 7
Boots, - -<.&,:iei, Leather t...andittoe.'
GEO. 0. - DERRY,
etaeselboong ugh t
good-th bor w on ll i b °l by th ' l The
S ca ns Dove,. will con n tlane WS same at the stand lately
*coupled by them. Raid custom work, Made to order
end warranted; Will Di the first , thing In order at this
shop; but special attention will also be given to keeping
op a good stock of
LEAXPIER AND FINDINGS, Such as
SOLE and UPPER, LININGS, BIND
ING, PEGS, THREAD, NAILS,
LASTS; AWLS, WAX, &o.;
and, a gener al Way, the Minna /lulu's usually kept
et a finding shop.
Cash paid for IIrLTS and YOU and par
ticular attention given to the purchase of veal and dm*
con skins, for which the highest market price will be
paid. RMAISJENO done promptly and well.
• GEO. O. DERBY. ,
Having sold the stock in trade and good-will of the
baldness lately conducted- by ns to Sir. Derby, we cor
dially recommend him to our old customers, as a good
workman, and a square-dealing man.
CHAS. W. & OEO. W. SEARS.
Welsher°, May 2,1886.
SWUNG OF 1886.
PIT t . R OPVNEW -GCK)DS AT -LAW
-RENCEVILLE, AT GREATLY
4 K t ••••
C. S. M ather & Co.
take pleasure fa announcing to the plane gen
erally that they have just ;Monied from New York
with the largest and most desirable stook of Goode
i n Ting, Ftwir-1 W hay" a fall fine eL
STAPLE AND 'FANCY DRY G 00ES, CLOTHS
AND CASSIMERES, HATS A CAPS,
SOOTS A SHOES, GROCERIES,
Beady made Clothing, and Custom
s4ariataacte4 , by a Ant-claw Cutter.
In fact, we have a complete assortment of all
that is new and desirable. W. are determined
so take the lead in Low PRICES for the Spring of
COME AND BEE !
To see is to be "convinced," and to look will cost
We extend thanka for former liberal patronage,
and only ask that the friends of low prices and
small profits will call at our counters and satisfy
themselves, that Lawrencevillo is the place to
buy Goods right.
C. S. MATHER a CO
Lawrenceville, Apr. 25, 1866.
FLOUR FROM CROWE WHITE WHEAT,
buckwheat flour, corn meal and feed, always
on hand. Call at the Charleston Mill before buy
ing your Your and fend. I can make it an object
for you to buy. A. RUSSELL.
cy 16, 1866-If
a A LECTURE TO YOUNG DIEN. , -
P 1Y Just published, la • sealed envelope.
" Price six cent*. A lecture on the
sutei treatment and radical cure of
. • atorrisesa or seminal weakness, involuntary male;
sloes, edictal debility and iropedlmentt to marriage gen
erally. Nervousness, consumption, epilepsy and fits.
mental and physical incapacity, resulting from self
abuse, &c., by Robert J. Culverwelt, AL D., audior of the
The world renowned author, in this admirable lac
tare, o c t a l proves from his own experience that the
awful quances of self-abuse may be effectually re
moved without tandicine, and without daugerone surgi
cal operations, boogie*, Instruments, rings, or cordials,
pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effixtu
al, by which every sufferer. no matter what his condi
tion may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and
radically. This lecture will prove a boon to thousands
and thousands. Sent under seal, to any address, in a
plain bedded envelope, oa the receipt of Mx cents, or two
postage stamps, by addresaing
_ _ _
CHAS. J. C. sLrlifß & CO.,
jylB 127 Bowery, N.Y., p. (Aveiro: 4,586.
DRUGS FOR THE BULLION.
WEBB'S DRUG STORE.—The undersign
ed respectfully announces that be has aa
sumed the entire control of the
DRUG & CITFWICAL STORE,
Second door below Holliday's Hotel, which he
has Acted up for that purpose, and having largely
increased his stock is now prepared to furnish his
old customers and all others with
PURE DRUGS; USE GALS, PATENT
MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS,
* PURE WINES AND
FOR - MEDIOINAL USE
amok every article to be found in an establish-
Horse and Cattle Powder, Coal Oil,
Alcohol,, Linge r ed Oil, Glass, -
Paints, Putty, Sponges, I
A great 41ollection
of the best , .
Perfumery Manufactured, Toilet
Soaps of various kinds, and
good quality, Tobacco
of the moot approved Brands always on band.
Be would eat the attention. of the public to
hL aploadid stock. of '
N tions, consisting of Hair, Tooth,
Paint, Flesh and Nail Brush
ess:cAtin -11Pefits Drink.
Chess Sr Hickgnmnion Board, `Chesil' ,
Dominoes, &a. Also a large
assortment of Toys for
jtn" Particalitiattentlon will be gives to Pm.
paring Physicians' Prescriptions and Family
Recipes. Satisfaction given toall rho favoritim
with their patronage. • B. B. WEBB,
Aug. I, 1886. ' Druggist.
WANTED -FIFTY BUSHELS OF
dried raspberries, 60 do of biaokberries- , -
for which the highest market mice is cash will be
paid by J. R. BOWEN & CO.
Wolisboro; August 15 1866.
went of this. Bash as
km , m , m , ui
WE have reduced the price of Flour $1 Per
barrel, Feed and meal 50 cents per cwl,
and shall sell, FOR CASII ONLY,
C. J. HILL FLOUR, WRIGHT Sr,
BAILEY'S BEST WHITE
SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, BUCK
WHEAT FLOUR, GROUND
FEED, CORN MEAL,
BRAN, ILL, &e.
CASH PAID FOR ALL RINDS OF
W RIP HT - A BAILEY
Welloboro, Jan. 24, 1866.
dc N..IIAMMOND'S NURSERY.—
Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa.,
Situated on the Plank Road, 4 miles from Tioga
We are prepared to furnish 100,000 Fruit Trees
at the following prices;
Appletrees—largo size, 25 cents at the Nursery;
BO cents delivered. Common size, 20 cents at the
`Nursery, 25 cents delivered. Pear Trees, 50 eta.
SUMMER APPLESl.—BUrtihtlin Harvest, Early
Harvest, Chenango strawberry, Washington
Strawberry, lied Astrachan, Summer Bellflower,
Humidor Queen, Summer King, Sweet Bow, Sour
PALL APPLES.—Famense, Gravenstein, Rambo,
Ribston Pippin, Fall Pippin, Republican Pippin,
Hawley or Douse, Maiden's Blush, Large Wine,
Ladiewe Sweating, Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet.
WLIVIT.Tt APPLElL—Baldwiti, Bailey Sweet,
Black Gillilowar, Blue Pearmain, American Gol
den Russet, Ro4bury Russet,Rhode Island Green
ing, &opus Spitzenburg, Swear, Sweet
Sugar Sweet, Honey Greening, Honey Sweet,
Pound Sweet, Pound Sour, Peak's Pleasant, rail
man Sweet, Tompkins Co. King, Wagner.
Pi:Ans.—Bartlett, English Jargonelle, Bleakeee
Meadow, Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Becket, Beurre D' Amelia, Golden Beurre,FletniA
Beauty, Olont Marceau. Lawrence.
Also—Siberian Crab, Quinces, and Grape route
—several varieties. C. & N. H'AMMOND
Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa., Jan. I, 18611—1. y
NATIVE GRAPE BRANDY.
"OLD CATAWBA," Vintage of 1862, on sale by
P. It. WILLIAMS, Deuggist,
who refers the public to
N. Packer M. D.; J..H. Shearer, M. D.;
L. M. Johnson, M. D.
Warranted pure for Medicinal purposes.
Oat. 3, 1866.
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Patented May 29, 1866
MIMS 111 an article fur waahiug without rubbing, ex
cept in very dirty places, which will require a very
slight rub, and unlike uthot preparations Oneled fur a
like purpese, WILL Nur Ura Trig CLOTEULI, but will leave
them much wureta than ordinary methods, without ths
usual wear and tear.
It removes grease spots an if by magic, and softens
the dirt by soaking, so that rinsing will hi .irdinary
cases entirely remove it.
This powder is prepared In accordance with chemical
science, and upon a process peculiar to itself. which Id
secured by Letters Patent. It has been in use for more
than a year, and has proved itself an universal favorite
wherever it has been used.
Among tha advantages calmed are the following, viz
It eavee all the expense of soap usually used on cot
ton and linen goods.
It eaves most of the labor of rubbing,_ and wear and
Also, for cleaning windows it is unsurpassed With
one quarter the labor and expense usually required, it
imparts a heantitril gloss and hater, much superior to
any other mode. No waterrequired except to moisten
Weetione with each package.
And can be readily appreciated by a single trial. The
cost of wasbloc for a family of Ave or six persons will
not emceed THILLY. Calf Te.
The manufacturers of this powder are aware that
many useless compounds have been Introduced to the
publie which have rotted the cloth, or failed in remov
ing the dirt; but knowing the intrinsie excellence of
this article, they contldeatly proclaim it as being adapt
ed tumeet a demand which has lolut existed, and which
ban heretofore remained nnsuppßed. Manufactured by
110 WE A STEVE:VS,
280 Broadway, Boston.
Also, manufacturers of family dye colors. For sale
hi groceraand dealers everywhere. 0ct17,'68-3ni-
EREMINGTON & SONS, Manufacturers
of Revolvers, Rifles, Muskets and Car
kle bin ea, for the United States ser
vice., Also, pocket and belt Revokers
Repeating Pistols, Rifle Canes, Revolv
ing Rifles, Rifle and Shot Gun Barrels,
and Gun Materials, suld by gun dealers and the
La these days of housebreaking and rubbery, ev
ery house, store, bank and office, should have one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the late
improvements in pistols, and those rof superior
workmanship and form, will find all eombined in
the new REMINGTON REVOLVERS. Circulars con
taining cuts and description of our Arms, will be
furnished upon application.
E. REMINGTON .k SONS, Ilion, N. Y,
MOOR; a atom)La, Agents, No. 40, Courtland
street, New York. ap 4 813
Horse aid Calllo Powders.
•. lung, end tassel-ably
: "•1, k.ueirn, will thor
low -spiri Led horses,
41k . and cleansing the
stomach and intes
It is a sure pre
' rentlvo of a n d dij
es.es incident to
this animal, such
LOSS QF APPE-
TirrE AND VITAL
ENERGY, &c. Its
use improves the
a smooth and
transferrer' t h
In all diseases of Swine, o uch 09 Coughs, Ulcers In
the Lungs, Liter, •
By putting trout -.:4!▪ •
one-half a pip k*. -• to a pip ir in 1
barrel of 41A" I '•
above dlseas, s
will bu erarlicato.l
or entirety prnventi•ti If given In time, a certain
preventive and ca fo • Lb.: linr Cl•nli•r,
Face 25 Ceat3 Papers for 1L
PIZEPARrn 1 , 7
S. A. rooTyrz IMO.,
WUOLVIttE DP.rfi tNTI 3iT.BICINE DENT
No. 116 Prariltlin Ealtiniore,
FM' S. 0": 1.7 1 ,, 1gg , 11, 15 , ., e. tart• t, .o
out this United States.
For tale by John A. Roy, Wellabor°
ANDREW 3. TIPPLE, baying recently
puruhaaed Mr. Win. Town:•enirs intui est In the
would Say to the citizens of Wellsburo and vicinity
that he will cantintie the business at the nltiLortt
slitud—givinthis entire atientiou in supplying
the wants of all who may fever hint with their
patronage. Constantly on hand
FRESH HEATS OF ALL RINDS.
Shop one Nor South of Derby's Shoe Shop
Wellisburu, Sept. 28, 1866-tt.
Good News to Soldiers and their
ALL who have any interest in war claims,
will find it to their advantage to read the
tutiowing acts of Congress which have recently
become law :
Sae. let of an act of June 71; 1985, provides for
all 'Rather' or sailers whu have luet the sight of
both eyes, or Loth hands, so as to require eon
ataut attendance, the taw ut $25.
SEC. 2. To tLuse who have boat both feet, or
are totally disabled in the same st) as to 'squire
constant Attendance, the sum of $2O.
Sac. 3. Those who Lave 10.. t one hand or one
foot, or are 50 disable(' as to rustler them unable
to perform manual labor equivalent to the loss of
a band or a foot, the sum of SI h
See. 4. Persons who ' hare been deprived of
their pensions under act of March 3,1865, iu on
sequence of being in trio civil vorvioe oi the
States illovernuvout, arorrevtoreql.
SEC. 5. Pensions are' extended to deperoleut
fathers and brother!, lid well as to moth e 't s an d
In addition to the above act, to such personsus
are embraced by it, Cougresa, before it., o c „ ,
July 25, 1886, passed a bill granting additiobel
bounties, and also 0110 ineruastug the pension to
widows and orphans, and extending the hetietts
01 the pension laws to the belts nod representa
tives of certain invalid applicants, to wit .
See. 2 of the act of July 25, 1868, provides for
pensions to widows of deceased soldiers or sail
ors having children by such soldiers or setter',
at the rate of two dollars per month for each
child of soldier or sailor under the age of sixteen
Sac. 3 gives an increase of pensions to thoed
widows new receiving a pension of less than eight
dollars per month, except Revolutionary widosi.
This sat provides a bounty of one hundred dol.
lira to dl three years' men enlisting mime April
19, 18111, and tiny dollars to all two years' men
who unlisted since said period.
The above is additional to the Z4OO or d
bounty provided for in previous sets;
Blanks will be forwarded to all who wish tuy
assistance in the collection of these claims, with
All claims against the United States Govern
moot promptly adjusted and collected.
e 1 1 731. 1.. SMITE,
U. S. Pension and Bounty Agent.
Knoxville, Tioga County, Aug. 15, MS.
DEERFIELD WOOLEN FACTORY.
ILINDERSIGED having purchased
1 - the Tell known Woolen Factory of Maims
E. A ti. SI. Bowen on the Cowanesque-River, two
wiles oast of Knoxville, takes this mothod ul
informing the inhabitants Tioga and adjoining
counties that ho will manufacture wool by the
yard or on share's tosuit customers, into
FLANNELS, CASSIAIEREs. DOE-SKIM,
The machinery has been thoroughly repaired
and new machinery added thereto, alao an un
proved new wheel windh will enable him to work
the entire season. .11e will pay partiou'ar
Roil Cording& Clot Is Dressing,
whiob will be dune in the neatest possible man
ner, having added one new ltull Machine, will
enable him to dispatch and accommodate people
from a distance. He would farther say that he
has carried ou the business in monutoeturing
wool for farmers in Bradford and adjoining
counties fur the past twenty years: he therefore
con worriment! work and satisfy his customers,
using nothing in manufacturing but genuine
wool. JOSEPH INGHAM.
Deerfield. Tan. 1, 1868-ly
Hand Power Loom !-Patented 1866.
A LL persons interested in the - production of prscri.
LI.. col machinery into our country, aro requested to
investigate the merits of
This loom will do all kinds of band weaving.
It will weave jeans. blankets, plain cloth, satinet,
kersey, flannel, scentless tuck, double width blankets,
or any kiwi of cotton, wool. ur lam cloth. It tre.o.s the
treadles. throws the shuttle, lets off the whip, sod takri
hp the cloth. It makes the upper shed as the baura
comes forward, and heats up the filling after the rote
is made, making-better cloth and better selvage than
can be made iu any other way.
It is the only hand loom that is suila6le
for weaving wool,
ns no loom that makes all the shed as the batten psi
back, will weave wool satisfactorily.
It has no strisgs to stretch and get out of - order; het
treadles at both sides of the loom, making the stud
complete at both sides.
'lbis loom is made to weave the different kiwis of
cloth, by simply changing the pins that make the al,
Township rights fur sale. Call at Wellsbort, Tiop
county, Pa. , ited see a full sized loom in operation. or
ders for Mums solicited. , LEWIS W
irellsboro„ Mw' _,'66y33 - A. F. PACKA P,D
wouLDitonotince to Ile citizens of Wdl6o
- and surrounding country. that be bee
opened a shop on the corner of Water and Crof
ton streets, for the purpose of manufacturing all
- CABINET FURNITURE.
REPAIRING} AND TURNING DONE
to order. COFFINS of all kinds furnished L.n
short notice. Allowork done promptly and war
ranted. Welleboro, June 27, IS&6.
Tilt bill to equalize bounties has become a
hire. The tollowing is un analysts ut us
1. $lOO to three years' men who served than
2. $lOO to three years' men discharged by
reason of wounds received in service.
3. $lOO to the widow, minor children, or pi.
rents, in the order named, of any such soldier
who died of wounds or disease contracted in e.sr
4, $5O to each soldier not included In theferv
going classes, who enlisted for two years or was,
and discharged after serving two years.
5. $5O to every soldier enlisted for two yors,
and discharged by reason of wounds received la
the line of duty.
6. $5O to the widow, ,to., as above, of every
soldier enlisted for less than two years, who diet
in service, or of - wounds or disease contracted in
No additional bounty is allowed to three years
men who have received, or have herotoforo been
entitled to receive, noire than $lOO notional boun
ty, and none to two years' men, who have re
ceived, or are entitled to more than $5O. The
taw only applies to honorably discharged t oldteri
of the late war, and to none who have sold or
transferred their di,charges er rights to bounty.
The undersigned will attend promptly to the
collection of all such claims, at. reasonable rates.
Where parties reside at a distance, the besineti
may be done by letter. Address
JNO: I. MITCHELL,
irntion in invalunble
a/Prove-4 the quality
of the milk. It Las
been proven by or
ttial experiment to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
Cent and make the
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
rattle, It gives thLin
nu appetite, loostna
their hide, aral
-males them thrive
Wellabor°, Pa., August 15, II 886. ..
VASALE ,—A spatv of jlatched aired ilat
1: old mares; uelor, grit berry roes, weigh
Iboo the, or 906 each. WM CRAMER
Charleston, September 19,.1.8ad—tf
T HT. AND TIMES OF ELDER slie.Aa
DOWN.—Thom who wish senora 3 041
of this oxeellont work, can do so by calling a
this °lrmo soon. Angus) 2t, I:46S_
tslsodriiYEß YEAR! Wewee,
AUriehere to sell our 1311110V2 1,
Three new kiudn. Upper and utid ,4
feed. ‘VArranted floe years:-Ahove salary or Irrge
miasion• paid. The only machines sold in the
States for less than $4O, ulna are _fully arns'd
Howe, 'Whaler .1 , *Von. Grocer rr
Ch.. and Bachticirr. All other cheap machines
frtagenenet, and the teller or 411 , /11 , liable IC "'" ll
fine, and imprirorement. Circulars Jiro. Aildrem ,
upon Shaw B Clark', Biddeford.
MONT—GENTS wanted for nxl
tway tine artyles. joint nut. .1 ddivsi
()AILEY, City Building, Biddeford, Maine
JOB - WORK , IN THE BEST STILE , Ana
with desPlitah, at THE AGITATOK Office.
FULL CLOTHS, ot all kiw..1.3
lIENDERSON'S LIAND POWER LOOM
Important to Soldiers.