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ONIE NIATTtit S. I for days, we must forbear mentioning the name of
our henefactreat. She may have the comfort of
lknowiagof knowing that her gift has neutralised
the gill which is supposed to teethe in tho deeps
of the editorial inkstand, and thub disarmed us.
—To a correspondent tr ho temente the pi -el-A-
I loose of humbug no can only recommend philo
sophic patience with a world not yet finished.—
When you build a Lowe exptet to wallow
in rubbish within and without, until It is .finished.
So, in this world, where the work of completion
is going forward, you must look for some rubbish
—Display is bad enough when it pertains to
ostentation. It is proper 'for the merchant to
make a neat display of his wares, because that is
Items:l4' to tho transaction of his business.. But
why hang hoop skirts so low as to knock off the
hats of passers-by? Why hang blankets so low
as to abut off the brilliant perspective of the side
• And. speaking of display, Foley , understands
'how to do it ; if yon doubt it, look at his show
cases and shelves. Hugh; Young also understands
it, as you may see by looking at his array of pie
tares and mirrors. It costs little to render one's
stook in trade ornamental as welt as useful and
WEDNESDAY MAR. 27, 1867
• Yam Advertisements.
linnted—C. S. Wheeler.
rer Sale--Edgene Beange.
Snrgson—E. Smith, 31. D.
tir.nery and Prwriaicti Stora—C,
spacation for Pardon—Win. 31. Port.
;;Duce in Direrer—Sberiff Tabor.
Senee m Divoree—Shciiff Tabor
Ilarrele.6 Notional Wm -D. An
A. Aiha. . •
,:etlee—lerael Etonh, Aeoretary. - •
Administmtor's Notire4-11olman Morgan, Jet
ococo Side—Charles Sehimpf.
Remember the EzdaNtion at the Academy this
t Tuesdny) erening. Proceeds to bo need in the
purchase of . 12 more Priaee for Students.
The Sewing Society acxzd. Sociable will be held
a the hone of-J. Emery, Eng., this week.
11...ossamp. , —Hort , H. W. Williams
all lecture before the Normal Literary Society
Frlfley evening, March 20.
Mr. DA.VILLO STOWELL has purchased
the property lately oesupiedby W. H. Smith, Esq.
sad 'ass becomes citizen of Wellsboro. •
WELL Tors.—Dr. Eugene Smith, of
kiandeld, recently straightened a Cross Eye for
ih son of Janice Clark, Jr. ;The operation was so
allay performed that it is impossible to tell
akleh eye was affected. Enooess to Dr. Smith.
hattovraserrr.—Mr. D. P. Roberts
Las made a good improvement in the front of his
Stars, both by putting in a new window and by
F ang down tbo unsightly awning. Should
other business men on that side of the street
tallow bis example the business aspect of the
drill Imam be much improved.
BainSE.—Duriiig the past wee k the
nor Ream Saw• Mill of the Mesta. Beata* hue
helped to iuteutify the bum of business in our
aidte They have entirely reftted the mill with
peal ;outliners sad are prepared to turn out
earl tbousad feet of lumber every twenty-four
Gann. &LOOM to their eaterpriee.
Tar " Blwrotray."—Dr. Up Da Graft
lie celebrated Elmira Burgeon, publishes is quar
terly sheet of the above title. Its itabtto in opt
tad: "he who blown not bin own horn, for him
(bell not his horn be blowed." however, the
Doctor'e magical operation" would render him
famous even without - the publication of the
ice which, by the way i 5 a splay little sheet.
The Corning Journal of the 18th says
et Bev. J. P. Calking i
"Me was a natve of this town, born in the old
kg homes on the river bank, twenty years before
ibAs village was founded, and has an • original
claim to citizenship. Mr. C. is one of the most
sa-tacrificlng ministers to be met with. As a
pastor, and as chaplain in the army, he Las la
The organization of a Society for the
diTezion of practioal
‘ knowledge, a report of
which appears elsewhere, in this opunty, promi,
set well. The objects of the Anociation
briefly: The diffrision of Snowledge acquired
by observation, study, investigation, and experi
ment; and the formation of a cabinet of Natu
ral History. Twenty persons enrolled their names
as chart-r members. The beginning of the en
terpri ts le without noise or display, and the
spirit manifested promises much for its sincere.
FIRE IN KEENtYirILLE.—About 3 o'.
dock last Wednesday morning, flames were dis
cortred issuing from the store building of Messrs.
Card, Staples, & Co., BensneyTille, and such was
the headway of the fire that the- building and
contents were soon in ashes. An attempt was
made to save some of the goods, but it -resulted
aoaing of moment.
The /on is variously estimated, but may
pat dotal, at a rough calculation, at E6OOO. Up
on this was an insorapoo of SCOOO.
We bare no Radicalism - going to show the cease
of the Sue up to present writing. Mr. Card, !en
tor member of the arm, StoeMß to be unlucky in
the matter of ftres.
A Dues OF e Bratt.—We are obliged
to our friend, J. B. Potter, for a waterfowl, caught
shre by Mr. J. Starkey, of Middlebury, recently.
The bird died of starvation on Teesday, 18th
alt., it having refused to be comforted for the
lon of its liberty. "Ile sends it with a request fpr
definition of its species.
We hare submitted it to the inspection of some
(mods who are curious in melt matters, and find
that the fowl is. defined , tinder the technical .
name Podieep Carafes/milt, or the Little Grebe
of Wilson. It is of the auk family, the legs
spy/aging from the extremity of the body, toes
not fall-webbed, end beak long and. slender.—
This fowl is common to alum region from Can
ada to Louisiana, but migratory in the athkrui
Elates We have seen them where still waters
abound, sad they nannot be called - tam We pro,
pose to contribute it to the Museum of Natural
History being established by Prof. Allan of the
THE ACADEMY.—TIie - Juntor classes
of the detdemy held their exhibition last Friday
evening in the pray:an:mot a large audience. The
ezercisee consisted of declamation, resitatlon,
reading of the Cornucopia a paper, closing with
a prize contest, a charade, and a tableaux.
/t is not easy to speak justly of such exhibi
tion& Criticism is hardly to be indulged in by
outsiders, that being the province of the teacher
where pupils are concerned. Suffice it to say
that the exercises were highly creditable as a
whole, and worthy of high praise. in individual
instances. We ®lad to note the progress made
oy many who appeared and took part. There
acre new faces and new voices, however, and
some of them indicative of superior abilities.—
One thing was noticeable and showed the work
of the teachers—the easnes'ness of the actors in
their several parts. This always come! of disci
pline, and best mensares the order of a SchOoL
The Faculty may congratulate themselves upon
achieving a success, and go forward witlt flatter
ing expectations of new victories. .
The vocal and instrumental music was good
and added much to the entertainment.
December the earth
swathed itself in a white cocoon, and, grab like,
has remained somnolent up to this writing. But
the signs !hit it is about to burnt its wintry
bonds thicken daily, and we know that soon it
wed swiftly emerge from its sleep under the snow,
elotb. , :d in the butterfly vesture of Spring. We
!hall ell soon agree that continuous snow is
& most bane/Scent provision of nature. The
grate will look fresh and green where the snow
has laid longest and deepest, the frost will-have
been absorbed into and disappear with, the snow.
Without doubt the coming season will prove
fruitful beyond that of 1116, which was preceded
by-an open - The farmer may without
imegiving increase his cultivated acres this -year,
and labor on in reasonable hope of a rich to
flowerer, beforeoewing and planting, there is
to he a grand phlthetomising' of Ring Maple ;
find a prosperous reign of Maple Sugar.; We
detect the signs of a not long, but proatable run
of sap. We scent the odor of boiling sap in the
as or behold a multitude of light hroirn dirk;
tweet, revolving in sacchasin7 sputte.- 7
Tee manna of the desert was a good thing; the
deer of Hennes are compered to neoturi, but
slat cen compare stills that amber god among
ue.te--rusplo molasses? Do you mill it syrup?
IS,ll—sto don't. We call it molasses.. That it
tie proper word. " Syrop" reminds us of cer
tain "doctor staff" which made childhood hide-
We hare tasted--ey, more than that, we
have feasted on buckwheat cakes and maple mo
lasses, equal parts, for two days past in this win
try March. Such molasses, tou,ns_haa not-often
tonna' lts tray into our sanctum. Thedonior scut
it to us with the express injunction that it was
not to t.e nelneowledred in the Agin:liar, bud with
the covert threat that if the injunction should be
disobeyed, then tine 'molasses should be refunded.
So we shell not disobey. Bexuse Mrs. Ilenben
Morse, of Chatham, is a lady of her word; and
while her praises were upon the lips of a large
Prof. amen, the veteran Vora' Mu
sic teacher, has been drilling the singers of Mid.
dlepory during the past Reek. "The coarse closed
with a concert. Tha elan is reported to us as
having acquitted itself creditably. Our corres—
pondent writes that the Professor goes to Farm
ingtort.this week, and returns to Middlebury next
week. lie to accompanied by his, daughter, an
Ttamr, earn) Niiw.—A friend has hand--
ed us a copy of the Journal of Commerce dated
18th of April, 1850—or about 17 years ago. In
looking over the market reports we were struck
with the difference between then, and now. How
ever, prime Mess Deef was.then $l7 and $2O, and
is $2O to $22 now.- .$o with Hams; then they
were 7 and 9 cats, now 9 cents. Bo with butter;
Orange County then brought 20 to 23 cents; now
34 to 37. Cheese stands much better-19 cents
now to 8 cents at that time. • Whiskey has not
changed much. Then at 23,, now 33 cents.-:
Breadstuff•: were about half their present price,
the best brands were $7. Wheat was 31.30 per
bushel against $2.50 now. 3foiey seem: to have
been tare; however, for we find first-elms bor
rowers paying 7 and 8 per cent. while there is
money enough offered in Wall Street now at 6 and
7 per cent. In cotton goods the advance is some.
thing handeome—abont 200 per cent.
Yet - men buy their flour and clothing easier
- and pay their debts more promptly to-day than
they did 17 years sio.
House Cins.ntaa.—Young has just received
big Spring Stock of Wall and Window papers,
Curtain Fixtures, Cords, 'Dwells &o. Fifty two
varieties. Call early.
March .48-tf. roofto's Boos Elwin.
Mrs. H. Soßeld will sell her entiro Stock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods at Cost for the next
two weeks, consisting of Ribbons, Silks, Bon
nets, Hats, Caps, Zephyrs, Corsets, Handker
chiefs, &c., &c. mcb27.-2w.
S. S. Co: metre—The next, Concert of tre s lft.
E. S. School, will be given Sabbitth evening,
At its last Session about SO members of the
School aignetl a life-long Temperance Pledge; and
nod a number also, pledged themselves to abstain
from the use of Tjbacco in any of its 'forms.
Congratulate us! [We do. ED.)
D. D. VAN ALLEN, Supt.
NEW G 60E8.-li...fee-sr& Win= & Bar-.
ker have just received a new stock of goods, and
offer the toilowing bargains :
DELALIES, • -- - • .26cts •
MERRIMAC'S,, - - 20
COCRECOS,- - - 20
WHOLESALE GROCER.—G. D. Sill, of Corning,
is prepared to furnish a fine quantityof Groceries,
at wholesale or tetaiL is one of the most
enterprising dealers In this region. It.
W. E. SMITH'S SONS have just received a
nice new lot of Prints, Helaine', Sheetings, Su
gars, Au., which are being sold at remarkably
low figures. The rink that is constantly "going
ou in a guarantee that the above statement is
yon wish to care money. They work for their
customers, and never p back on their friends.
March 27. 2w.
Foa SALE.—A good farm, and a bonne and lot
n Wollsboro. Inquire of M. BULLAIID.
March '.87. - -
To FEVIT Geowzus.—Mr. M. Bchanok,of Che
naugo County, New York, an experienced pruner
of fruit and ornamental trees, has taken up his
residence at the house of Mr. P. D. Bunnell of
this place, where hemay be found by persons wish
ing his services. Fruit Growers should improve
this opportunity to secure the eerficce of a skill
A large quantity of Clover and Timotby Seed
T. L. BALDWIII IL CO.'S.
Cutmen Music Books.—Among the most pop
ular works for Bale at the Made establishment of
L. B. Powell, Scranton ' are the "Jubilate" and
"Harp of Judah," by Emerson; the "Psalm
by ' and the "Key Note," by
Bradbury. ; Perkins ,
These and other Mush, Books can he
had of Mr. Powell by the quantity at the whole
Io Wellsborit, cur' the 17th Jost, b'y Rev. T. F.
Caldera. Mr. Jonsr Ssant.nnto, of Chatham, and
Mrs. JIVLIA E. OODDIN. of Wellabor°.
In Marine, Madison Co., 111., on the Bth init.,
at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. W.
.T. Roseberry, Mr. Aaapll BACOY, formerly or
this county, and Mu N 80314. BROOKS, of Marine,
In Mansfield, on the 12th inst., at the reel
deuce of -the'bride's father, by Rev. N. Barrows,
JoeoPlt It. DzWirr, of Sullivan, to nearing R.,
- laughter of 'Horace S. Maine, of Mansfield.
In .Farmington, on tbo 10th inst.. by James
Beebe, Esq.: Mr. Joan EL_ nrear.irrtram, and Mrs.
CATETRINE E. TEENAIN. all of Farmington.
In Farmington. on the 17th inst., by James
Beebe. E.q, Mr. Cnanits BAKER. of LOWrenCe
Township, and Miss Annie 6017 Ls, of Farmington.
In Wellsbore, on the 25th inst., Min Maar
Jilts LLICODDN, aged 23 years.
. In Philadelphia. on the 16th last., Joss G.
Kenwts, M. 8. 12(. K. of the L. of It.
In 1111nois,13th inst., Mn.s Sanaa 13.
pores; daughter of A. A. and Jane M'Leau, in
the 25th year of her age.
In Jackson, on the lath inst., CLaux It., oldest
son of Albert and Mary Mitchell, aged 13 years
end 7 months.
Otr child is dearl.l
Ito lielh still mni. cold— •
And o'er the green monad's hebd
Springs beauteous buds unfold.
Fattier, thy eldld still lives!
An angel, godlike sweet—
aide thee our wandering stops,
Till we again sball meet.
' On 'Pine Creek, Jan. 28, 18G7. of conges6on of
the brain, Maar ALIIED• B:FORMAR, daughter
of Wm. B. ,;_ aal Mary Furman, aged 3 years,
month, an 17 days.
The WO cif her parent's heart,
We thotight we contd not from her part;
Bet God who gave can take again
And cane« our hearts to throb with pain.
- lte took our bright eyed cherub home,
A brother's pride, a sister's joy,
Made her un angel, gave her wings,
Now with its angelic host she sings.
On the 414 inst., of bean disease, Airs. RAU
t, wife a E. W. Grinnell, and daughter of Dan
iel end Cynthia Kimball. in the 40th year of her
- The deceased wee a good christion woman. She
led the Sabbath Scheel on Pine Creek, was a
loving and faithful wife, and a kind and indulgent
mother, end an excellent 'neighbor. She will be
missed by die community as well en by the fami
ly. We would say to hot hneband and children,
*nay in God . ; she ban gone to her final home.
.They,will never cos her again on earth, but if they
obey the Musa God they may one day meet her
in Heaven. Con.
1 1 \TOTICR.—The Directors of Delmar School
j: 4 11 District will -meet at the Court Roust in
AVelleboto, no Saturday, the - 20th day of April
next, at le o'clock A. M: to engage teachers for
the ensuing_ Summer term of Common Schools,
to commence on the first Monday in May next,
for 2?; months. By order dl the Board.
ISRAEL STONE, Sec'y.
Delcoar, March 27, 4667.
AAA YOU PREDISPOSAD.TO CONSUMPTION?
6rs tau -Emu Lf Sur Clair. in Jeopardy from Nucl
dra and .IZ.peut.l -.Wads of croup
11,t , mse.cg Br, Alf
BLADES EUPTIONIAI, •
ria People's Most Sure raid , Effectual Remedy for
Cong., Colds, Croup, Coign ii,astlinia, itrou-
Dipiherio, and all Ptdmenarzy Diseases.
MBE LUBRICATOR to a medicinal preparation in
it, the form of a Lozenge, which, of all media, Is the
most pleasant and convenient, They contain no dele
terious ingredient, and are warranted to ho always
safe, even for the weakest and moot eeneltive stomach„
In Croup they give ocarmazu max, For Conghs and
Colds they aro invaluable. „For Catarrh,Asthma and
Bronchitis they have no equal in the market, (vide
CertiScates accompanying with boy.) Diptheria, that
dreaded and desolating disease, they control. wonder
fully and almost immediately.
No Public Speaker, Singer or Teacher, should be
without thom,as they remove hoarseness and strength
en and clear the voice.
-•• • • .
Sfßi`Alerays use them la time, sad If the symptoms
are severe use very freely..
• • _
T. 11. BLADES & CO. , Prop'ra,
Elmira, N. T.
F. C. WELLS & CO., US and 117 Pranklin•St., Agents
for New YorkClty.
SR-BOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
- A Cough, A Cold, or A
( 2- W k .
Q ; , d' • Sore Throat,
BRaNGHIAt. MMUS IDMIDIATT ATTENTION, AND
I. 9OCP ' • a" LD
1.0: DO E c
N n o x coNN cun lNtr i i r k, A
0 Irritation of the Lungs, A
COUGHS Permanent Throat Dis
ease, or Consump-
0 lion is often the
Having a direct influence to the parts,
give immediate Ve
FOR BRONCIIITIS, Asmara, CATAREM, 001(80111,
TITZ IND TtMOAT RISEILIZS.
Troches arc used with always good sticcess
Singgra and Public Spaakora
Will tind neonate useful in clearing the voice when
taken before :linens or Speaking, and relieving the
throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal organs.
The Taocnra are recommended and prescribed by Phy
gluteus, and have ban teetlmonlals from eminent loon
throughout the country. Being an article of tree mer
it, and baring Yllorrn their annoy by a test of many
years, each year ands thorn in now localities in various
parts of the world, nod the Taocnra are universally
pronounced better then other articles.
°swam only " Baown.'s Bnowcatas Tnotnes,” and do
not take any of the AVonrsitszs ilarono. that may ho
offered. SOLD DOZP.TIVDDILD. Nov. 21, '13641m.
REMEDIAL INDY/TETE FOR. SPECIAL CASES,
N 0.14 Eotal Str“t, New York.
Are F oil information, with the highest tesamonlals;
isbea a Book on Special Diseases, In a sealed envelope,
sent free. Aiwße. aura and send for them, and yen will
not regret It; *bras advert:Mug physicians are generally
Impostors, without relerenees no stranger sbonld .be
trusted. Enclose a stamp for postage, and direct to DE.
LAWRENCE. N 0.14 BOND STREET, NEW YORK.
Nov. 21,113136.1 y.
RINO•BONE, SPAVIN, WIND-OALLS O CALLUS, &c.,
on boron, UDICALIa and PrEINAIITNTLY curio. by
the Ina of
• Roofs Ringbone and Spavin Cure.
This medicine was established 25 yearn ago, and has
never been known to fail, Give it a single trial. For
sale by W. D. TEUBELL CO., Corning, N. Y.
D.B. Barna. & Co., Agents, New York. 0017,56,8ra
SCRATCH: SCRATCH! SCRATCH!.
Will care tho itch in 48 /lours.
Also cares SALT RITEUSI. ULCERS, CIITLBLAINEL
and all ERUPTIONS OF TILE SKIN. Price 50 cents.—
For sato by all drugyi, sta. By sending 00 cents to
WEEKS & POTTER, Solo Agents./.70 Wasbington EL
Boston, it will ho forwarded by mail, free of postage,
to any part of the totted States,
June 6,1666. ep. notice ly.
IIERMBOLD'S CONCOTRATO EXTRACT RUCHE/
- Is ME 0:?M.2
Hzugsouls CONCIT6 EZTVI SenAPLAILLA
IS SMoo Munn.
Both are prepared according to rules of Pharmacy
and Chemistry, cud are the most entire that can be
MESSRS. Arcrfots a- 31ITCHELL would
respectinlly inform the people of this vi
cinity, that they have the agency of soma of the
best • . _ .
Life Sr. Fire Insurance Companies
Mr. MITCHELL having been appointed
will allied promptly to any business relating to
his office, which may be entrusted to him. ,
They will berfound at the office formerly mien
; pied by Lowrey and Wilson, on Main Street,
Viellsboro, Pa. , March 13, 1867-Iy.
C. G. VAN VALHENBURG & BRO
EAVING purchased the Store lately °cou
pled by William Townsend, are ready to
supply customers with:
PORK, HAMS, .SHOULDFRS, WHITE
FISH, MACKEREL, CODFISH,
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, BUCKWHEAT
FLOUR, FEED, AND ALL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
and at reasonable pricer
FARMERS & OTHERS
Will find it to their advantage to call and look at
our Stook before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember the phew,
TOWNSEND'S OLD STAND,
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO, PERN'A
Feb. 27, IB67—tt
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Demorest's Monthly and Young America, to
gether $4, with the premiums for each.
March 20, 'B7-6m.
NTOTICE IN DIVORCE.—To Reuben W.
11 Carter :—Take notice that your wife, fbuti
nah IL Carter, by her next friend John W. Le 7,14.
has petitioned the honorable Judges of the Co urt
of Common Pleas for Tioga county for a divance
from the - bonds of matrimony; and that the .avid
Court bee appointed Monday, the 27th do y of
May, 1567, at the Court Rouee in Wellsborv, for
a bearing of the said petition in the premiraes, at
which time and pleoe you can attendif youlthink
proper. „ LEROY TABOR, Sheriff.
CASU paid for FURS A SKINS at toy 8 hoe
Shop, rear of Wm. 'Roberts's Hardware
Store. L. A. SEARS
Welliboro, Jan. 9,1887.
IOOBUSHELS PUR CLOVER SEED,
50 BUSHELS SEED, s 4
Mazil 13, '67. WEIGHT A BAILEY'S.
PATENT WRITE WIRE,
We beg leave to call the ittleotien o f the pub
lic to at entirely new quality of w ire known as
Whitt• Wit e, ',obsessing, a eoftlitig which prevents
it frau ever corroding or turning from its uniform
whiteness during hey. number of yeete, and on
which Letters Patent has been secured. It has
been found to be the only article suitable for a
clothes line, except the old-fashioned rope or
cord, which always gives so much trouble 'and
annoyance by breaking, rotting oat, and discol
oring clothes, and by being obliged to put it trp
and take it down every time used. With this
Wire Clothes Line yon 111198 /10170 of these annoy
ances, and when it is once put up it gives you no
more trouble until the stakes or posts rot down to
which it is attached. After using it eve are con
fident you will folly corroborate the statements
of thousands of others in its praise. Over 300,-
000 lines already sold, and every family should
and will have one. It will not change, though
yen may keep it under water for any length of
time; hence, you see, it cannot discolor clothes
like a rope or cord. Size of Wire, No. 9.
Six Reasons why every family should
have one of these Patent White Wire clothes
lat. You never have to take it in no matter
whel the weather may be; the weather annot
2d. it will last from twenty-five to fifty years
at least, and during that time you will - wear oat
fifty ordinary lines, besides snaring an untold
amount of trouble and annoyenco with them.
3d. It is thachcapeat Lino in the world, to
say nothing °flits great convenience. A good
rope line costs about 2 cents per foot, and this
only* cents. This will last a life time, while
that with good care will last about a year. This
Wire, at 26 cents per foot, would beekeeper than
a rope line. "
4th. You cannot load it heavy enough with
clothes, and the wind never blimp strong enough
to break it.
6th. It does not in any way discolor or injure
clothes that are. hung upon
6th. It will save its price to you trouble
and annoyance every three months you own it.
The Wire is annealed before coating, which
makes it very soft and tough. Ii can never be
broken in the use for which it is intended.
Price four and a lialf Gents per foot. Vaal
amount for a good lino, 70 to 100 feet.
Clotho] aro faatent3 to it with tho common
FROM THE PRESS,
The following editorial notices from the Tri
bone, Independent and Christian Advocate, are
among the many newspaper testimonials which
we have received, but space will not allow us to
introduce more here: ' • Par Cats, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Bolle..Can,,
The American White Wire Clothes-line, is a ~,,.., 8r ,,,k,,,,, Breast ,, , Bore Nipple. Bleeding,
superior article in its way. It does not injure 1 311nd and Painful Piles ; Serofaloas, ' Putrid and
clothes, and is almost indestructable. Every Ell conditioned Sores; Ulcers, Glandular Swat.
housewife should nee it. We are now using it Inn Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections, Ring_
N. Y. Tribune. 1 ' norm, Itch, Corns, Bunions, Chilblains, he.;
The Patent White Wiro Clothes-line, is all it, Chapped Hands, Lips, &c.; Bites of Spiders,
purports to be—a most indispensable article. RI Insects, Animals, he., Ac.
does not injure the clothes, and never wears out. i
OP Boxes 25 eta., 50 etc ., and $1 AVM
Every house will ultimately have it: Y. 1n...?
1 ..„ , ,P Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
Tan Want WIRE CLOTHES LlNE , — Among the? lige* And by BERRY B. _COSTAE, Depot
special annoyances of the washing day are to be; 484 Broadway, N. Y., and by , _ • -
reckoned high up the list the 11l adaptation of Washer°, Pa. - .
clothes lines. The old cord or rope has done;
much good service; but what with its breaking,' -'
rotting out, discoloring the clothes, and the an. . , , - -
. , ,
noyance of putting up and taking down each •
. , .
week Is not quite a perfect article. A substitute . ,_. . _
is now offered In the "Patent White Wire Clothes -•-• - . -
Lino," for sale by the American Wire Company, s : -..-
148 Broadway. The peculiarity of this wire fel . - --
in its coating, which, it is said, never beconteW - - -
broken. Wo have seen it used, and And that of
given entire satisfaction.—N. Y. Christian Adeoi -
rate. • . -
Feb. 27,1867-tr. Tioga, Peaks.
BEE-HIVE EXCHANGE! f:
Bbakepeara, the "Swan of Avon," was a grea
strident of human nature; but the great poet aev
er fully explained that characteristic of hum
Nature which leads people to mob "to the' Be
Hive Exchange as to a center of attraction. VI •
seem to know to a
That a good buyer makes a good seller, and that
purchasing their groceries of a man who regards
tho interests of his =tamers when he buys his
stock, is notually putting their loose change out
at interest. When you want anything extra and
cheap, call on
Who does not soU Lis customers, tint does Doll
FLOUR, PORK, FISH, CORN MEAL,
BUCKWHEAT. FLOUR, BUTTER,
CHEESE, APPLES, POTA-
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, PRUNES,
BAISINS, SAUCES, CANNED
FRUITS, DRIED .FRIIITS,
and all those articles which cause your store
ELOSSON .43 d BORE."
BETTER, CHEESE Aro LARD,
for wbioh he pays the best pricer caeb, or ea'
If you buy of
Your wives will not scold. your children - will no
cry, and you will never be out of money. Ite
••member the place.
WellBlnro, Pa, Jan. 30, 1867
Collections made on all points and promptly
remitted for. ,
Foreign Drafts and Passenger Tickets iap
Government Seen : pies bought of favorable_
Interest allowed on deposit - -
Liberal accommodations to depositois.
T. ISOORB, Cashier.
Addison, N.Y., Jan. 10, 1813Tztf: --- '
A TTOFNEY AT LAW, and Agent of the
Lycotaing Co. Mutual Insurance Co. Office
with T. B. Niles, on -
Weiliboro, Feb. 13,1881-2 m. "-
ALEFIDER, Breach, Marina and Charoq
1.„,) Clocks, at [deal9] Bazars.
r " 18 years established In N. Y. City."
" only infallible, remedies known."
"Proo from Poisons."
"Not dangerous - to the Human Family."
" Rats nom° cirt of their holes to die."
" Costar's" Rat, Roach, &a., Externanat's
11 a putc—nsed for.Raie, lace, Roaihes,
Black and Red Ante, &c., the.
1 . Costar's" Bed-Bug Externiiiatitr
Is a liquid or iraah—used to dostr,y, and
afro 63_11 prevontiro for Bed-Bugs,
" Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects
Is for l lothe, lifoe2nitoct, Flea*, Bed...Biggs,
Intecb on Plants, Fowls, Animate, &a.
pIIP- !! Buwanz !! ! of all worthless imi
RD- Bap that "Coswee" name to on each
Box, Bot h , and Flask, before you buy.
Addre , svaNzur R. 0015 T AB,,
484 'Broadway, N. Y.
sor Ewa in ii r elleboro, Pa, by
and all Bmggista and ,Ratailers etallmbere-
2. 4 ,
nekthorn salv, e,
"C O'S f A R' S"
• flat timid!, 2# otok. .
Bola by Ciltlifugghsta everywbeie. " ' .
/Mr And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot
484 Broadway, N. Y„ atufbf
- - r i
ri:l '''' '1":"Lf.:
i• - ' 7 ' . ' '-: 7 - 41:::F... r ; - ., 7 "7:1
" S, TA..R S "
BAter-Bweet Si Orange Blossoms,
Beautifying ohs ~G'oniplexion.
Deed to Soften and Daintily the Skin, remove
tdes, Phnplei, BraptliMsOlte.'
lies aro now using it in preferrnoo to all
!IMP. Bottles, $l.
111•• Sold by all Druggists everywhere:
• tap And by HKARY •B. COSTAR, Vepet
414 Broadway, N. Y., and,hy,
Velleboio; Pa.- • '`_ •
For Houghs, Cold,, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup,' Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma,
Contraption, Bronohlal Affentions, and all Dis
eases of the Tbroakanat Lungs:
/Ififfh Bottles, 26 eta., 60 ots., and $1 sizes.
Ph Bold by all Druggists marshes..
jillr• And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot
484 Broadway, N. Y., and by
"0 0 ST A It'S"
Unioersat. Dinner Fill,,
For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Dewiness, Constipa
tion, Minikes, - Calks, Obills,Severs,.and gene
ral detaitgentent of thh Digastiv_es.
rim Boxes, 25 cis., 50 ets., and Si.mires.
by all ~lsnggistß• ? ver~wltare.
And by DINDY D: - COSTAR, Depot
4E4 Broadway, N. T..05 1 4' 1 ,1
Jan. 2,, 1867-3 m.
J. R. Bowen & Co.,
111rAYN just returned from New York with a
it large assortment of
Bought at Panic Prises, sad will he wild Accor—
dingly. We tesseetfklly invite attention to our
CASSIKERES, BEAVER CLOTHS,
also, alarge line of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AL.
PACAS, and other DRESS GOODS
Also, ,o barge and so4r assorizoont of
'EADY MADE CLOTHING,
LADIES' FURS—a nice attarhotatt, new
BON-TON, SILVER SPRING, and other
• kinds of HOOP SKIRTS,.
YANKEE NOTIONS, HATS 8 CAPS,
- HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
HAND MADE BOOTS AND SHOES,
tothow to all who will all and examine our
STOCK OF GOODS
Before introblurlng allewheire, as we believe it
will pay you for your time and trouble.
SMALL PROFITS, QUICK SALES, &
READY PAY IS. OUR MOTTO.
Don't forget to call at the
EMPIRE STORE, NO. 1 UNION BLOCK.
Washer°, Dee. 12,1866.
- 1t47.;LLT2•1612‘02V.9 2 - , PlR_' A RMS,
AI SOLD AY THE TRADE GENERALLY
200,000 7/1111ALSIIED ran U. S. Govansmzar.
Army Revolver, 44-100 in. Calibre
Navy Revolver, 30.100 in. Calibre
Belt Revolver, Navy. die Calibre
Police Revolver,Navy size Calibre
New Pocket Rev01ver,...... - 31.100 in. Calibre
Pocket Revolver, (Rider's pt.) 31.100 in. Calibre
Repeating Pistol, (Elliott pt.) No 22 k. 32 Cargo
Vest Pocket Pistol, No 22, 30, 32 k 4.1 Cartridge
Gun Cane No 22 k 32 Cartridge
Breech Loading Itifle,(lteals') No 32 k 38
Revolving Rifle 30 & 44-100 in Calibre
E. REILLNGTON k SONS.
Moore it Nichols. New York; Wm Read & Son,
Boston; Joe C Grobb it Co, Philadelphia; Foal
trig', it Trimble, Baltimore; Henry Folsom it Co,
New Orleans; Johnson, Spencer it Co, Chicago;
L M Ramsey it Co, St. Louts; Albert E Crone,
Ban Francisco. Feb 20, 1267.-2 m.
EVERYWith the carrectz PRESS and
tha rrinting misterial sitootopeuir
ins it, every man can do his own
printing neatly, quickly and cheap-
MAN 7, l 7,olrt,rbo'yV2°, lo Ce Z
can y manage the largest else.
Printed initructione are seta with
HIS each °Bice, enabling the purchaser
to go at work without a previous
knowledge of printing. A circa
: - lay, cantairiing fall description,
OWN prices, testimonials, 30., sent free
to all. Our Specimen Sheets of
Type, Cuts, Jr-. ten cent..
PRINTER. ,ADADIS PRESS CO.,
26 Ann St,
March 121, 113131-Iy. New Took.
A. 8. MAI:MIKAN,
SURGICA.L AND MECHANICAI
IS now improving and enlarging
his business, and after having
recently visited many leading Den.
ti tal rooms in several Eastern cities,
„hinow prepared to execute all work pertaining
to his profession, with all the improvements of
the day, in an to render it an object for all desi
ring Dental operations to give,bitst a call. Don't
forget the place, over J. Bowen's Store.
Wellaboro, Feb 20,1087—t4
Union Clothes Wringer
IHAVE the right to cell the Union Clothes
Wringer, with elliptic springs, and adjusts it.
set( to any thickness. Manufactured at Water
bury, Vt. lam prepared to furnish to all. I
have theagency for the towns of Middlebury,
Tina, Nelson, Elkland, °cools, and Farmington.
REIIBEIii T. HALL.
Farmington Hill, Feb. 20, 1867—tf.
NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby given that Rob
ert CustSrd, Senior, has been placed in
charge of tract No. 1590, and those parts of tract
No. 1589, in the vicinity of Babb's creek, belong.
ins tolthe heirs of Luke W. Morris; and. all per
sons are forbid trespassing thereon, under pen
alty of prosecution.
- - - -BLLISTON P. MORRIS,-
865 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Mansfield flouring Mill.
S. S. GILLETT, Proprietor
LARGE RTOCK OF GRAIN just received
A from Buffalo, FLOUR, of the best quality,
always an hand. Also, FEED. Prices as low as
elsewhere. Mansfield, March 6,1867-4 w.
HARKNESS & RTT,Ry,
110.0.1. - AND.. SHOE_ MAKERS,
• °TER TERM EWING'S BOOK STORE.
BOOTS AND SHOES of all kinds made to
order and in the best manner.
REPAIRING of all kinds done promptly and
good s Give us a call.
,Pielleboro, Jan. 2,18111-Iy.
pT/0 *ABE—Cake baskets, card bask—
ets, oastori, sugar bowls, eta.; at
m. BIJLLABD k murmurs,
Ono door nboro Bop's Drug Story,
we talnic pleasure in announcing to the nubile
that we 000113111U011 the New Year with enlarged
facilities for accommodating =women with the
choicest stock of
GROOERIES, YANKEE NOHOW'S,
WOOD dr WILLOW WARE,
yet offered to this public.
eau lad the
BE: -• ; e ARSSPICES, CHERRIES,
N. PR AISINS
Sione d ClTßO SEEDLESS RAI - SINE,—
and as finest
Count Oysters, Ai Canned Wen,
right from the
on sal, at our (mutat.--
THZ Hrtironer 4 DIHOONHOLATE
Will And oue d IIBSTAIIRANT open at ill sea
sonable bean, whets Oysters in every style, pre
pared by a skillful cook, are ,erred up to delight
the palate and gladden the heart.
WE AIM TO PLEASE !
Always glad to see oar friands„ became we in
land to give them their money's worth, and if
they call once they will be cure to call again.
C. U. GOLDSMITH.
Jan. 2, 1867
WINTER OF 1866-7
T. L. BALDWIN & CO.,
RETURNITHANKS to their onetomers and
friends for their
Continued Liberal Patronage,
And beg to inform them that they hart
SUM STOCK OF GOODS,
GROCERIES, /lARDWARF, HATS I
OAPS, SCOTS I SHOES,
FURS, ROBES, &C., &C.
We shall try atel.keep our Stook
COMPLETE IN AL DIPARTMENTS
we hare also made arrangements to keep on
AT ALL TIXES
Which w• 814 well at a
VERY I, 071 T FIGURE,
, - -.`7:T.0,S 0 1? - ' , L 8:
Tioga, Jan. 2,1 U
~, r a concentrated extract .31
tho choice root, so cora
-- -i; timed with other substances of
or. . • ei ...eld r:: ,of r , s t . i i t l o greater r
~,a n l t e tr a :c a l a 6pp
thloto for thisamoSarseparilie
..em , •sel: • - 1 .
, — ... ..... , ......5er.,y repoteti to curl. Such 111
rooted:, is sorely wanted by
tho, at, to,f,r front ..-3 - trom , oi comp's - luta, and
that toe rebirth will necoropliah thole care moot
prove, na thit tins prorod; of torments service to
this large 01435 of oar afilichtd follow.cltisona
How completely this compound will do it, bas
been proven by experiment on many of the worst
cases to be found in tho following complaints:—
Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings and Sores, Skin
Direness, Pustules. Motches, Eruptions, St. An
thony's Piro, RO3O or Ery3inelas, 'letter or Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, be. ,
Syphilis or VODOMMI Di 381300 is impelled frOal
the system by tho prolonged nso of this Sarsapa
rilla, end the patient is loft in comparative
Female Diseases are caused by Scrotal& is the
blood, and are often loon cured by this Xxtrisot
Do not reject this invaluable meditate, bemuse
you have been imposed upon by something pre.
tanding to be Sarsaparilla, while it WAS not.
When you bare nsed Ayer's—then, and not till
then, will you know the virtues of Sarsaparilla.
For minute particulars of the diseases it mires, we
refer you to Ayor's American Almanac, adlah
the agent below sauced will furnish gratis to all
wits call for It.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills, for the cure of Costive
ness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dysen
tery, Foul Stomach, headache, Piles, B.heuma•
tiara, heartburn arising from D la ordered Stotnaelt.
Pain or Iforbid Inaction of the Bowels, Van
leoey, Losa of Appetite, Liver Complaint, Drop
sy, Worms; Cunt, Neuralgia, and as a Dinner
Pill, are unequalled.
They are sugar coated, so that the most send
tive can take them with pleasure, and they axe
the best Aperient in the world for all the pupa—
see of a family physic.
-Prepared- by Dr. J. C. AYEII. Zs CO., Lowell,
Mass., and sold by all Druggiats and dealers In
Bold hr-Weilsboro by J.E. Roy. molib...lss.
Mather & Hortoitir
GROCERIES & PROIISIOR,
Cash Paid fas Prodstee, w c.. . ll l . 3l e fun Talm i
1867. WRIGHT Ir. BAILEY. 1867.
TITB OCIIIIMIMOO this yeas with as awstspirsly
VII CASH basin's.
CAM PAID FOR WHEAT I
---- DIM - PATO - FOR Cassr
CASH PAID.. FOR CORN 1
CASH FOR EVERYTHING 1 1
A LARGE STOCK OF FLOUR POR
A LAROt STOCK OF yaw NOR
A LARGE STOCK OF PORK FOR
Call and soo us. WEIGHT h BAILEY
'Vile'lliboro, Jan. 9. 1967-Iy
All persona indobted to us by • note or book
serennt mast call and settle or pay costs.
Jan, 3, 1887. WRIGIIT_ BAILEY.
ARE-NOTV amBING greater inducements
than heretofore to the people of Tinge ae
they have placed their entire stook o eonelattng of
BROAD CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, FLAN•
NELS, MEBINOES, ALPACAS,
<ll,os large quantity of Prints of desirable qual
ity and patterns with a largo stock of Blvestinp,
HATS and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
lIHOWARE & CROCKERY,
at a reduction of 20 to 26 per sent, below forum
pride, with it view'ar Magill; their Rook: for
trip invite ail to esti and exstatue. Ware pur
chasing elven bore, as we are confidant of giving
satisfaction ta , lt in price and quality.
an Mods of
GRAIN AND BUTTER
Taken in exchange for Good;
Jan. SO. nea
WILCOX dt BIM&
g BENJAMIN SEELEY, doe.
meter. (ism . Jerome Smith's store
a i i ., di % on Main Street. would Just ray to
- the Shoeless and Bootle•s-that to,
that porti,n of them who have the
&dads to change their condition—that be is
now prepared to manufacture coarse gentle
men's Pine Boots, or fine gentlemen's coarse ROM
in as bungling a manner, and at as dear rates as
any other establishment this side of Whitney'.
Corners. Anything to the line of Shoemaking
or Cobbling will be admirably botched on the
shortest notice. Don't examine my work tit
won't bear inspection; but “go It blind." Re
member the plane, next door to Shaltspeares
Taller Shop. B. SEELEY.
.- Nor. 14, 18511.-tf.
MONEY, FREE AS WATER.-10,000 AG
rive, Local and Traveling Agents, Male or
Female, of all ages, are wanted to !allele trade in
every City, Town, Village, Hamlet, Workshop
and Factory, throughout the entire world, for the
most saleable novelties ever known.-500 Per
Cent. and Heady Sale Wherever Ofered!! Smart
raga and women can make from $5 to $5O per
day, and no risk of loss! A small capital re
quired of from 320 to , Soo—the more money in •
vested the greater the profit. No Money required
is advance—we first mad the article+ and receilse
pay afterwards! If you actually wish to make
money rapidly and easily, Irmo for full partials
lam and address
MIL:NOR d CO., (From Far%)
feb27'sT-ly. 210 Broadway, New York City.
SMITH & SHAW,
EN — EGAL POLLtY AGENTS for the lead
tog Stork rioepsaies in the United States;
also Agents for :ho Lye , gooney
Columbia. Muhl], and Farmer' :‘411t1131 Insu
N a n-Hazardous, Hazardous. and Eztra-Eist
'Loden,' Risks taken at reasonable rates. Polloies
Issued, and alt Lowed atkinstea at our Oface.
Welishoro% Pa , Feb. 20, I.So7.—tf.
inkISSOLGTION f a of Phelps d
Geral4 i. tnis day I Pelt. 27,134170 dissolved
by mutual uouvent- MI accounts and demands
101 be - settled at their °lace in °cuela.
W. T. FITZGERALD
NKR' YIRII.—The hueibess will liertafter be
eentluotad under the Erni tteme of Sktuner
fitsioral3. We aoli:it a continuance of past pat
ronage. LEVI 'SKINNER,
W. T. PITZGERALD.
Oaeola, 6faroli . 6, 1867-iw
DR. BITCH'S ABDOMINAL SUPPORT
BILS, for isle at Soy's Drug Stars.