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WEDNESDAY' APR. 10, 'lBO7.
Now : A.dvertisemente.
tlisrden and riower Seeds—Hugh . Irostng.
Notice--John IL Shnkespeur.
New Spring; Goode—Sinith & Waite.
Nest Millinery—lire. E. D. Mitchell. •
• To the Public of Wellshoro--LN. Asher.
,Ment Market—L.(4iVett. •
•Itanking Thiuse—joel Parkhurst, President
. Vor Snle—J. W. Tubbs'.
SOCX4IIIII.E.—The M. E. Soda Vie will
be held at the rcside'nen of Mrs. -80 - rst, ott Pearl
DROPPED se Owued
Mr. 31. Leonard, -:opped dead in
Main Street Vjednesday fo'renoon of last week. .
A young lady in this town discotere
dead rat in her waterfall lately, pinced there I) •
a mischievous broth4,--Trobr.Gazetre.
T:11.414 . K5.:-Preston Moore, Esq.l
Chatleston, has our thanks fora bushel oft'l4
potatoes, yitieb, in our opinion, arc the beet it/
utost profita lo kind raised. •
MRS. SorigLD 1'.61 about to remove
the itore lately occupied by Wileox.4
pearc, ono' door above Smith's Law 'Okee..
believe she contemplates extending her - usine,s
the coming season. - '
ALL-FooLs DAY.—Mondti , week af
fordpd oiTorinnity4pr the plitying of,_ sundry
practi?al 'okes and for moving.• Several fami
lies move their quarlrs . on tbet day, and doubt ,
less were stopishett to find that they over sighed
for more furniture.
SUDDEN . Geo. Young, of
Southport, Chemung C0*.k. , 11 . : Y., came to Pirio
Creek a short time) since to ook after some lumber
in that locality, apparently in .good health, and
on Thurday last, ,while in the eel of lighting hia
pipe, fell dead to the ground. His remains were
taken to Elmira for interment. Aged 32.
Esze.BGED.--The Columbia Spy cries
to 4s enlarged to an_ eight column paper; and
otherwise greatly improved. It has procured a
toder-press operated by steam, and has the
ern improvements. The . §py is a capital pa
her, and its editor, dr. Rambo, is ono of the most
' orkdtio newgpaper mon in the country. We
send him good wishes for a large measure of pros-
SHOOTING.—It is gen6rally. known
that.:it le a finable offence to shoot guns oi• pistols
within the borough limits. Notice was given to •
this eireet last - summer; but the common sense of
iivory"_man ought to remind him that the practice
is dangerous in the village. • ,
Within the last month three bullets have
1 i pass
t the windows of William's Foundry
no Shop, crech time . endangering human
last ono made its mark on Thursddy
g through two windows. Complaint
before Justice Young, and a warrant
the arrest of the trespasser, whose.
ve notlearned: 'On a hearing ho was
sum of $2, and costs.
- )niune we it
fined in 1 th
F tizzcatizr. - -Master • Charles
has left on exhibitkin at this office,
coin, quarter life size, the work of 'his
.aalhands. The work is n decided im.
upon formeTeffoits, thouglymuch more
bast of . Li.
twired to u
ried to c 1
execution. In this Case ho was re- 1
ttemlt a likeness, which ho hac not!
hfderto. To render the task - i sti . q
It, ho bad first to cast a lump of plasc. II
S and then with rough, improvise
tit away and %rive it human forni.- 1
eeededbeyor.ii our most sanguine 0:1
The likeness is good. As an evideoe3
tistie talent it will satisfy all. Iti
it is not p‘rfect„ of course-111'o such
of anatomy and physifogy, joined .to
rs perseverance wide J he manifests !
!er of Pa
001$, to C
Iv has su
of latent a
as a stud}
.We congratulate our ellow-citizens
upon tho assage of tho bill tv incorporat t e the
Wellsboro wd Lawreneovillelroud CM4any.
It passed the Senate on the 29th of March,
amended se as to make the bonds of,ho Carrl
nv tnmable.l This was 'necessary to void a veto
of the hill, the Governor having establisheethe
rule that a law exempting the bonds of corpora. :
_lions of this kind- from taxation. iv unconstitu
The thanks of the people of this - county are
due to.S6nater Cowles o and.Repre:-entative Hum
phrey for , their zeal and fidelity in urging the
passage of thin measure: 14 will aewiitlef.s ro
ccive the akiroval of the Governor, and then the
boob! will be opened for subscription to the eapi
la' stock. We do not /coolo•that the road will bo
built withip three years, but if all repel!s he true,
ouch an ea. cut is reasonably certain. So mete
• MAN•sriELp.— meeting in the Tin
telet. of Tte'pelanee Reform washeld in's : the
Methodirt ;Church, Mansfield, Friday .evening,
sth intt. The Silburch was crowded and .11A . oe
•easion iMpressivc. Earnest and spirited appeals
were made by 11. Larnki», and Pia. P. A.
Allen. The Temperance men of. Mansfield hate
put:iirrthe harness arid taken. hold of the work
with an earnesintss'Of purpose truly gratifying.
The Normal School entered upon its present
term with encouraging prospects.. The teachers
,are thoroughly earnest men and women, discharg
ing th6r duties with a.fidelity which cannot fail
of its reward. The Seminary bliilding is being
fitted up with the modern conveniences as rapid
1C a. eireumstances‘will permit The imp - oAm'
made upon us during a late yt. it culminated in , a
sharp regret 3 that out School days were over.
During the high winds of the fall of March
the - partiailf enclosed frame) building erected by
Mr. Cummings, and intended for, a hotel, was
thrown.dowB; P. looks like a general =smash-up i
and will not pay for the attempt to repair.-
',7IIREE YEARS IN . HOSPI
TA.LS."—We have -received a neat 12 mo. of 132
pages, bearing the above significant title. It -i3
the work of. "Mys.ll." as the titlo,page hath
but we deem it proper t o o say that the authoress is
Mroollol,7teini a lady l known 0 many of ouir
citizens,-who won an enitiablo'reputation for good
deeds and unwearied diligent:E, in hospital ser
vice during OM war of the great Rebellion. A
more modest book has not "won published in a
century. It is fikc the authoress, miiiretenclitig t
but rich in intrinsic worth. " •
Mrs. Holstein entered the hospitals.in Oct. LSO,
and continued in he good work unfihthe activ e
serv.icp of the aru y efosed. It will be remarked
that Mrs. H. took the yfield, and partook of the
hardships' of7labor in.the Field Ilo . spitalt, , rier
experiences 4c therefore -varied and interesting;
antishe tells her story in the . , homelike fqinat
ing way which cannot fail lo interest every man
and : woman tam: made common cause for the na
tion ditriA its severe trial hyk buttle,
.The price of thio hook is •::1,50. It is troitli
its heightin gold. Any perstin poreh;, , -
erd for six copies will be vititled to a eoliy free.
Mre. E. Mort-14, of Mao.i.EKI ; is the it . .;eot for.
County. Will not s.Ane ope tap , tho ogcn
cy for Welisbor c o? .Mrs. tiol , tein was bete two
yeais ago and adtlreesed thy :Ma Soel. Thou
mh o heard her then were 4 clighted, min her book
is li'rc onto her, earnest, trotbfal, nod clogoent.
Dr. L. P. 11.0;okettooto i ahout to puhltpli
work tilion "Woman in quit Civil War:*
the autliorees,—"yott deserve.tß than!, , , et th
! , liliert, and all who love the Fnfon
- 1 4PRovEM1•:Yis.—We are . glatl to no
tiee that the cumin? 01 spring scow; to linN e
,sugges.te , .l. - to Our traders , a 1s:1i - slung clhp
fronts - of their:place. , of Lusiine,P; The improv , -
1 . , , ,ent in thrtt peel on Main Btreet during the
141'4 two niarl«-1.
.one of the lit<f improvements of the sensotri.=
the r‘lml.ilitatioii of the Ding Stoic or Webb
1111, 4in!.;5. It tne of tho iie:tre;t inlVclls
-1.1/P.I. ni,d displays. much tin - -I‘..‘ in evpry
Tl, welsl-work inside' is grains(' in imitation
blaek walnut, the work or The n ew
Blass frOnt gives the room sufficient Ilglet for all
P. It. i4illian,s & Droggitth', likewise
up'thcir Flom with a peat •deal of taste,
31 , .R" raheh, JrilverS and Bottle=, new goods,
zind !leis arrangements altogether.
But Mr. B. B. Holliday contemplates the finest
- -„:- -
im atilt of all. lie prop . oses to erect a three
story b ek buntline& the corner now occupied
by lin 10.th:1'i-100, fronting.on the Public Scpuiro
and onainStreet. , The frontEionOo)l)
feet, nn the Main ift: front. 119 feet. The first
floor WI Iba devoted to Btermt, 'Mid' tk; 'second
and tbi 11 floors to hotel,ptupOsos. ; The building'
is esti ated to cost :80,000, and way I.4icom
menee tho• present season. -We bid hilii good
speed the enterpriSe i and trust that he may
push i along r'npidly. Plan, and elevation,. by
S. B. Elliott, of Mansfield, can be seen at Mr.
liollil l ay's Hotel.
Mr. , Walter Bollard is building a blacksm
Shop On Crofton Sir e et,l'i2l, .', ;
~ :a., :; , ..0 •
Chas. Mosier is about to erect a dl;elling
on Main Street t above 'Mr. ,diarfison's. • Win.
Meqsrs.llews SzPurple are making prepara
tiorksito put up a lar and conimodions dwelling
nearly opposite the .Methodist Farsunage.
Shearer is about to put the finishing touch
uporis fine dwelling on 'Main Street.
Tl is ,shows a fair per centum of business ac
tivity among our citizens.
Minsrs. Wright & Bailey are fitting up the
building lately occupied by Mrs. Sefield, and are
improving the sidmialk. They will remove their
Flour Store In a few days':, •
Gossp..—We put rithefice in as a corn
peutor , f . ,?r "Om prize' with Chltrity. Charity
suffereth: 'hitch, and is kind. 'patience is born of
pilfering, and when possbesed in its fulness is
s.uperior , to any :inlet t of, vexation. Tailors
ou4ht to possess this v rtue in all its fulness. T •
Th'ry have need of it, natantly. How Often
wo ussurb_ our readers th certain things cannot
done as well as others; that anonymous com
m nications dannot be printed ; that bad-spelling
is i i tio good. We cempahneed preaching against
these things fourteen years ago, and • have
•doached earnestly, if' not effectively; y . ear in
add year out. .. •
- , Stillotir readers do notfake the hint. Before
lie two notices of marri ,to, both anonymous,
a td one so badly spelled that the parties would
n t know that'they were mLtnt were the notice
p i ublished. - I; isa plain rule in Grammar that
Proper names should begin with capital letters.
4 is best, alsoku spell " Banner," "Hannah,"
' t Tennis," •',"
Thomas," and " Genes," " Jones
t ie like Wise well enough to spell "jentlemen"
with an. initial "G," . " 0 °neon," " Joh nson."—
We object to . ,spelling " Married," "marred," as
the latter Lorin suggests that the splice disfigured
two innocent lives. * Er •
tho individual who sends`us filf foolscap
ages of manuscript with a reituest to read, cor
rect, and print; or if rejected, retuirts postpaid,
!we appeal fax mercy. We read just as little of
linauusctipt contributions as we than; and never
return any pi;epriiii. To the correspondent who
thinks we are sometimes' bothered to fill up the
Paper, we say that r are bot ifred the other way.
The Agitator is too small. to cooratiMdate a sixth
part of the matter which _might profitably be
printed. indeed, even t e great dailies of New
York and Philadelphia are too 'shwa' to hold all
that might be printed. - -
_lf misery loves dbmpany, thosc,-'whO, .have
speculated in bogus gift concerns 'and Cows out
skinned, may indulge largely in thatsoryof love.
Not long ago a sharp follow was around peddling
a new sort of ,tnedicine, for , ,
you. paid St,
and reccived'a prize worth 53.' Fur ..s'2 you get
two bottles of medicine and IL prize wortli s'o.4
For $lll you got tee bottles of tnedicinerrild an
evercontworays3o.. Now, this was deliglpful,
for nearly everybody likes to get thrice hiifinon
ay's worth. Tbe,genorous chap caino
and delivered the presents. But, thet'l , mond
time, moralized by the - sharlin'ess : with.4obich
the bait 51 taken, he left kmttles trat<tr and
did nut rctu to deliver tlic presents. Undoubt
edly he made a nico thing 1 1 )5 it. Will it do 'lv
good foApeat, Or the fiftittth time; the fact that
lie VOA', piptnif,e to return e hliree dollar's worth tif
gat:4ti fur . "one ollar in money, promises to not
:rn ass? 'I et gift eopecros alone ; not one .
Wow, .thou:n d ler docs..as - the proprietors
agree to'do. 9
—olll' Of . "Joni"
of April is as sore as a kitl'Oevti
in's B. IL" The rtbins nre
iuG eat nesting-plac'es in our Fhaile trees,'the
hills all ,dap are vviled with purple mists (we
don't know much ithout , colors , but tho poets
about' purplo mists"), - Una the voice of
the tuneful frogs can almost be heard. ,That ter
rible disenco known as " Spring (ever" hue ap
peared in -- many places.
We, the undersigned roue:titers of the S. S. eon.
nected with the M. E. phurch of Wellawro, Dn.,
berelly pledge ourselves, by otirjacred boner,
neyer to make , buy, sell, or use, as a hoverao,
4 itt y intoxieating Liquor; also to use our tight
cue° against their manufacture, purchase, sale
and use, by other?.
George Mnthcr.•. a E
Ed Chubbuck, G W Merrick,
Geo Derby, • • Walter Salto '
Ed Andrus, Chas Suhr,
Henry anideer, elms Balfour,
Simeon Miller, Rosa Bowen, '
A rib 11;' Chlllllllllo4, Ada Campbell,
Win Ilodge, A , ll Van Valkenburg,
Wro Roberts,. - Morgan Bart,
Cbarlle White, D D Yllll AllOll,
C W Stamen, Alice Kimballl
C Smith, • • JoMoitiberolle, •
Annie Smith: s S A . 1'111) Allen, -
S'amlN,V ) Trull, ura• Rusicll,
Edwin Stiekley, Lucindh Engl)sh„
Frank Scare, Sallie Bedington, -
Willie Sears, Ella Focht, °
Sarah Hurd, Molll4;rllryden„
Lizziu Foley, - Nollio Williston,
Delia. Kimball, Mrs TrAlseber,
Bea TOI., _ • Mary Dumanx,
Ida Deming, • Mrs C Robinson,
If Burst, Mrs Beans, I
Stella .Speneer, 'Maggie Samps'on,
M 117.113 Robinson, Jennie Cowden,
Mira Staples, AnnalSalnpson,
Ella Boyce, Ada Archer,
Abby Boyce, .Mrs C P Miller, -
114ry Dayton, , Mrs A •13 Eastman,
S Freese, ' Evii Williams,
11 Smith. Mary Cowden,
G Mosier, Allio Dodaldson,
Win Sulu., May White,
Lilly White. ' , Mary English,
Lydia Tabor. Maggie Cowden,
Eva • Rimball, . Ruth Moorhens°,
Mrs S S Spencer, ' - Mrs C H Marks.
Mr') Win B Bowen, .
The At/antic for April presents a'varied and
choice literary bill. of fare. Holmes, Bayard
Taylor, Lowell, Buchanan Read, Mrs. Dall, and
others of the, American Renate of genius, con
tribute to this number. This Magazine combines
solidity and brilliancy.- $4 per year. Ticknor
Fields, Boston, Mass,-
Ihe same publishers 18811©. that excellent rep
resentative of foreign literature, Leery Batirscl«y.
It is only $5- per year, and makes tiro large auti
valuable octavo volumes per year. Wu cannot
do without it. '
Harper, which is the Magazine for the people,
has a fascinating chapter in continuation or " Ird%
role Deeds of, Heroic Melt," illustrated. One of
the 1110,4 rehtiable things it affords, is " Davy
Crnt•kett's Election'ecring Tour." l! ut its con
tents are vnrieli anti good, which,is but repeating
the common verdict. -"t:2t per year. Harper•
Broths., Neic York.
fL , rp , r',,-"lt'eeigy, by the same, is the illustrated
prwr .Anwriea. IhF engrnvings are fine and
profuse, end its eartnony, Nnst, nro the most
feutting rebukes of wickedness in high plaeo%s ever
nAmil l i,iteresl by pen•or pencil. 'Die editorials
and be literature of this paper are very superior.
11(( - 4;11,'s _llmielily _is i ieh.ficieited nittl good
tion v .. A second illustrieted riaper "ph 'tliollapi
tol very good, 1.0 not so Fearebing ns Ive could
is lighter reldinz iS better than ever.
f=3, to.r y ear.
T itb prothiso of excel
gober:,,l fnv f irito. It. en grnvings ,
nro Qnueli.,r Fashion good. Its
~t 4ll ie• are of n hiv.her order than th4so of
hot k , its chit. Donehn Sr, Peterson,
Pettivra'A Nfrigrizinc r faits on its engraving:
this makes it up in'the N at I ern de
pattipent:a;:d.letti r press. Ti is 'the - cheapest
hook of itg order, and worth ticehlo its price. $.2.
C. J. Peterfork Philadelphia.
Gozelte.f Faolilml is the most gor
gt!,•tiA of this "I . l‘l l ,g,,zir k . ig n Quarto,
rich in illtisi)nti..llP. - Fenrible in ilo raitorildsi
varied in it literature.' 11'e can furnish thin
Ne'Av/Yerh Ittagn7ine and *"lshe 'Agitntoi," for
$3. 0. See advertisement.
Our Young PolOt, st the'Tiond of its
„h iss . vi s r ycnr. 'Ticknor & riclas,.floston,
11 , 7 •
Optic'd ~.thrgazitte.for aid s an d n oyg,
being n' weekly. is deservedly. popular beyond
any of its competitors. It ister a younger class
of readers. 5 cents per week.
' Ro lm , a t Home, a .neat monthly, published by
`ff. S. 'Philadelphia. "For 'cbiltleon" froni
live to eight.' It is Inimitable in its way. $l.
TAe , Nn M ga sine . of 32 pages for
youngest readers, is the latest candidate for popu.
tar factor. -It is .„it most .delightful .little book,
itiontlily, rind prepared expressly for little people
under eight years of age. .Address Miss Fanny
Scavern's ' Boston, Mars. It is the, very thing for
children. $1,50 per year.
All of the Alagaziues nlny be had at Hugh
Youug'p Book *two, Wellaboro, and of _Mrs. Ejz.
iit tlioPast Office; Tioga.l
ABSCONDED.—CO). Tl/061.10/•0 Moore,
Banker, of Addison, absconded - on Tuesday of
hist week, carrying with him about $30,000 which
:trat!,ni inly tha deposits of widows; orphans, And
Men of Ethel) means. It is non , quite aortiiin
that iq aamo . tp - Addison with little or no capital,
and •t the exiYediis deriign of -- swiedling tho
community. As ho was about taking "French
leave," the citizens dragged hint from the cars,
and - compelled him to disgorge about sl,ooo¢and
an iitterapt was made to detaitt him permanently.
lle , fiewever, through bribery, ttleeted his escape,
and has nut been al'eard - of since. Moore Is a
-man nearly 'TO years of age, and has proved him
-ari expert scoundrel., Among the • papers and
documents seized by Dep. Sheriff Van Orsdale, is
pri'vateletter book, which clearly indicates that
Moore had an adroit confederate•JiNing in New
York," one J. Jones, supposed ',to' have - formerly
hailed finm Mt. Morris, Liv . ingstep Co. The af
fair created groat 'excitement 7 in..Addisen, and
furnished substantial food for_ reflection to the
4bally _bitten - depositors of that section.—Steaben
N. Courier. -
List of Letters remaining in the Wellsboro Poet
Oflice,,April Ist, 1567.-
Mrs IF). - A.. - Bacon,. Andrew 'Brimaiin.: Hiram
Baker, Icatio Bacon, George Bottles, (Foreign)
Miss .llfary Qlatk, Wm dark, John Dibble, Geo•
Dawson, Henry Darling, Mrs Mary M Dookstader,
Win Everett, Daniel Henry, H M Irish Son,
M M Taylor; Mrs Fronk I! Johnson, Miss Mary,
L Johnson 2, Mrs Ciiitharine Johnnie J Lloyd
R C Lockwood, Wharton Morris, Mrs M A Nick
erson, Mary Nolan, John Nisbit, (Foreign) A J
Putnam 2, Mrs Morgan Pntnam, Chas E Rollins,
Mrs'll 0 Stevens, Ilenry Shute 2,Mrs E B Sears,
Mary A Standjey; A Stret, A lSanders, Mr Ed
J 11 Wel/44-sCo, J Wood, J B Wilcox, Stephen
Wilkins tiles Walrous, H D Wilson, Mrs El
mini. W. Mrs 0 Warriner. '
Person )calling for the above lettors will please,
say adverti,4d. M. HART, P.•
of Tableaux, Charad,
bfi the PrOsl4terian
Sabbittli^Sehool, at the Court House, Wednesday
evening, April 1.7: Something to delight every
body, and everybody is invited. Per ortler.of
X-rcscreil .. ‘ ,1 1 7 .1-451,c71.4a. .
• • .
. FOIL Spr.F.—Tu•eoty.o.n6' acres of uncultivated
Land about ono tulle west of Wollsboro. For
particulars apPly. at this <Arm?. .. " aprlo.
LOnK , A T Tuts.—P. R. Williams A., Co., have tho
largest stock of Paints and Oils ever brought
into Tip. County, and sell them the. cheapest.
Cell end see. .R nprlo.
Second hand Pianos, Organs and Q lllelodeons
can ho !mil at the Music St i ore of L. B. Powell,
Scranton. In'ina t nY( dafiCit \ tk really - good itietra
ment cairbe obtained - at loss thaii ono-half the
price t of a new ono, and there aro many who
would gladly avail themselves of an opportunity
to prOcure a Musical Instrument when it can he
had at do low'd sale, ,
I , •
The g 'l reatest. Discovery of the Age.—Emhofre
Hair litstorer, warranted to restore grey Hair to
its original color in a very short time. For sale
at P. R. Williams' tt; Co.'s Dreg Store, Wellaboro,
a.. ; aprlo.
GOOD )lEWS-GOO,D 13A8G.5./N8..-1111% C. S. Ma
ther- is, now' in New York, forwarding. daily by
express, , largo' inroices -of beautiful new goods,
suited to the season 'and market. Prices are a
littOdofvn. Come while the new goods are com
ing, and we will give you bargains that will make
Spring4ll the more joyous.
, C. S. MATHER & Co.
. Lawrenceville, Aprirtlo, 1507.--2 w. •
BUSY,—Dr. Up Do Graff, yesterday, removed a
tumor from - the shoulder of a lady residing in
Penn Tan. It was the adipose or fatty' variety,
and weighed considerably over two pounds. Pre
vious to this he removed a eataractons lens frbm
a genpentan's aye. Also operated for Strabismus,
or cross-eye. upon another. The.in 'operations
were witnessed by a largo number of the medical
Arpternity; and- pronounced admirable in every
respect. Dr. Up Uo is,gaining.an enviable
reputation as a skillful Surgeon and a successful
Oculist and- A urist.— Advertiner.
P. R IVirflams A. Co., are agents for EmhotT's
!hair Restorer, the greatest Ilaii Restorer of the
_ 11(41 . ; (fialANlN“,—Young, has just received
hia spring Ste& of Wall aild 'Window papers,
Curtain Fixtures, • Cords, Tassells ke. - Fifty two
varieties. Call early. •
Mare h , tr. Youtra's .13,:;04r0ne.
Pon SAI.n.:—A good farin, and a house and lot
in Wellsborn. Inquiro of M. BULLARD.,
March 20, 'O7: , •
. . . ..
In Brossburg, on the 2111 b ult. by 1,1,ev. P. Per
ogfine, Mr. ADAM SenAPr, und: Miss Armin L
Moulin, all of :.131ds,bnrg.
. , .
in Gray's V 4.114, on the 81st ult., by N.A.
Tuylor,"Esq:, Mr. A.:E. CLEA.VLA:NTI, and Miss
SARA"! E. lir.ArtuurlYbetli of ,t,illivaar.r.
Arc You Afflicted with a Cough or a Cold ?
ARE YOU PREDISPOSED TO CONSUMPTION?
Are the .I.,fres lour Children iy Jeopardy from , Slid
• doh hod .11(paited Attacks of Oroupt. If •
Purehuge a Box of
7%e' People's Most ',Sure and Rife - efisal Remedy :for
Congas, Colds, Croup, Catarrh, Asthma, Bron
chitis/ Diptherfo, and all Pulmonary Di6catres.
TUE LUBRICATOR la v a medicinal preparation in
the form of a Lopengn, which, of all modes, is the
most pleasant and convenient; They contain no dele
terious ingredient, and era warranted to be always
safe, even fur the weakest and most sensitive stomach.
In Croup they give lIIMEDI4TE imam% For Coughs and
'Colds they ttre Invaluable. Far Catarrh, Asthma and
Bronchitis they have no equal in the market,(vide
Certificates accompanying each box.) Dipthoria, that
dreaded and dcsolaling disease, they, cAntrol wonder
fully and almost immediately.
No Public Speaker, Singer or Tette ier, should he
without them,as they remove hearsones!s and strength
en and clear the voice.
4Q - --Always tpso,them in time, and if Cho symptoms
are sore use very freely.
J. 11. BLADES & CO., Frop'rs '
Elmira, N. Y .
F. C. WELLS & CO., 115 and 117 Pranklin-St:,Xgents
for New York City. •
• / 415-FOR SAI.P.OIIY ALL DRUGGISTS. •
‘$ A Cotigh; A Cold, or .09.
'REQUIRES IIiyEDIATE ATTENTiON, AND
8170DtD DE: CHECKED. IF
' • .
LOPED TO ,CONTINUE, , r
c . ott , Irritation of' the Lungs, A
viS :Permanent Throat Ms-
COUka ease, or Consu24-
, AND _ ,
• Zion is often the
' ° 1.5) - RESULT, 1
. ' BROWN'S
BR ON CH,1.A44 T R,O C S
Havirwi direct influence to the parte,
i• glee immediate relief,
Ponq•tormfivrt s A 9TWAIA7 - 'OATARRIT, - CONSUMP
al VII ~ AND TII QOAT •DISEABES, f
Troches are usecl with always vo‘od success.
Will find TimexEs useful in clearing the-voice when
taken -ta;forp -Sinning or Speaking,-anti 'relieving the
throat aftet nn, uputatal.eNertlMl of the voco
-,Zufetiks, are ree:ointnentled and preitcilimd Phy
sicians,tirid, Wave hitd testimonials front .eminent men
throiminint the Countey. tieing an 'article of true mer
it; and having ramp their etUcacy by 'alest of many
years, each year flt4s them in hew localities in various
parts of the world, anti the MONIES are nolvorsally
pronounced better than other articles. '
On't&lZl only "Bnows's .13nottriiti1L Tnocnns," and do
not take any of the j WonTntEss 11 , 11TATIoNtl that may bo
offered. SOLD EViRTATIII.nr.
"LIESIEDIAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL' CASES,
1.1 No - All - Joni] Street, New York.
F ali information, with the highest tegtlinoniats;
also ii•linek on t3pec.htl Di9enSeP, in n &tided envelope,
sent free: Arii- Be .tire and send for thorn, and you will
not regret it; throe advertising 013 , 4M:tun are generally
impostors. without references uo stranger should ho
trusted ;i Enelo'e a chimp for ungtaro, and dirret to bn.
LAWRENCE. NO. T 4 BOND STILEETrNEW YORK.
itcHt ITCH! ITCH! t •
SCRATCH! SCRATCH ! SCRATCH!
WHEATON'S' 0011 1
cure the itch in 48 Hours. -
Abio cares :SALT
and 101 fIItUrTIONS OF THE SKIN. Price rdleentii.
For Pale, by all ilroggiste. Ity wailing Co -rontn to
Iv . E.Rns•A . pon . rit, Agre to. 17p Wagliingtou
Boston, it will be forwarded by mail, free of poßtnge t
to any part di the United Stn!es.
Juno g, 1860. op, notice ly.
NEW FIRM C NEW GOOD
OF PURE ENGLISH DRUGS
AND MEV MM US
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, DY
always on hand, and for sale very cheap at
P. R. WILLIAMS4Sz CO'S
Wo have on hand and shall always keep . a
arge and well selected stock of everything in
our lino of goods; also
FANCY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS
ALL KINDS, HAIR OIL; TOILET
AND SHAVING SOAPS,
TOOTH, HAIR, NAIL AND ,CLOTH
US ES, POCKET KNIVES
Krt KINDS, PERFUMERY, 4
COLOGNE; COCO CREAM,
HAIR DYE. HAIR RESTORATIVES,
AND HAIR WASHES; ALSO
and of the best quality. We have also a large'
stock of pure
WINES, BRANDIES, GINS,
for medical use, whicliWe warrant pure. We
also call attention to our large stook of
•,Pas i nts and Oils,'
which was bought before the rise, and which will
be solid cheaper, than can be bought in this county.
•Wo'do not t hesitato to say that we. have the
largest and best stock of goods in our line ever
kept in the county, and we will sell 20 per cent
cheaper than can be bought at any other estab
lishment irk ° Tioga Co. Call and examine our
stock and prices before you buy.
P. R. WrwAlrs, 1 P. R WILLIAMS &'Co
J, L, •WILLIAMS. J No. 3 Union Block,
0, G, VAN VALKENBURG & BROD
TIFAVING purchased the t.iiro lately becu-
JUL *bled by-William Townsend, orb randy to
sumily customers with •
PORK, HA S, SIIOULDFRS, WHITE
FISH, PUCKERED, CODFISH,
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, BUCKWHEAT
FLOUR,: PEED, AND ALL
REA7VT GR 0 OWES,
HOLE SALE AND RETAIL,
and at reasonable prices.
FARMERS • & OTHERS
Will find it to their advantage to call and look.at
our Stock before purchasing elsewhero.
Rememb:r the place,
TOWNSENDiS OLD STAND,
MAIN STREET, WELLSTORO, PENN'A
Feb. 27, 1867—tf.
BY ? , 1 IL, PREPAID. - -
Choice Flo r and Garden Seeds,
Now Strawb ries, Grapes, Bulbs, &c.
111:1 M. WATSON'S OLD COLONY NUR
• EERY and SEED ESTABLIBRMENT,
Plymouth, Mass., is now sending out by mail
prepaid, packed with groat care in gotta prelim
silk, so as to reach any part of the Union in per
fect safety, a comilleto assortment of the finest
Grapes, Strawberries, New large Currants, Goose
berries, Blackberries, Rgeeer Flowering Plants,
Bulbs, Lilies, &c., &c. Fruit and Ornamental
Trees and Shrubs, Evergreens, Hedge Plants,
&c.; will be sent by freight paid to Boston. Also,
the True Cape Coe Cranberry, for cultivation Ir
wet land, or in upland and Gardens, where it pro
duces at tho,rate of'4oo bushell to the acre; with
directions for cultiyation. Priced Descriptive
Catalogues will be sent to any address 2Vota is
the beet time for planting. The best way to ob
tain good Fruits and dFlowero, and Seeds, is to
send direct to the grower. Send for a Catalogue.
Wholesale Catalogues to the trade. Agents
wanted: March 20, 1867-2 w.
UANP: POWER LOOK
A LL persons interested in the introduetion of
praotieal machinery into our country, are
'requested to investigate the merit* of
HENDERSON'S HAND PO IVER LOOM.
This loom will do all kinds of hand weaving.
It will weave jeans; blankets, plain cloth, sati
net, kersey, flannel. seamless sack, double width
blankets, or any kind of •Vttton, wool or flax
cloth. t tr4ads the treadle 4 throws the shuttle,
lets off the web, and takes up7the cloth.' It makes
the upper shed as the batteriscomes forward, and
boats up the tilling after-41110 cress is made, ma
king better cloth and better-selvage than clan be
made in any other Way. '
Looms made to order and warranted. Apply
nt the shop• nn, Water Street, sign "Loom
Factory," • LEWIS WETMORE.
Wellsbcro, March 1867—t f.
NTQTICE.—The Dirootors of Delmar School
111 District will meet at' the Court Iloust. in
wells.boro, on Saturday, thge2.oth day of April
next,.at lU o'clook- A. M. til l engage' toaohors for
the' ensuing Suufmer mint of ;Common Schools,
to commence on OM first Monday in May float,
for 21 menthe. By order of the Board.
ISRAEL STONE, Soc'y
Dolmar, March 27-,1867.
T TiflS !
to ry to putting - in a nice
FF at cost, prop
L 0 THING
desirable at et;st
UITB at the'lowe a
iven universal sati:
argain with over
!nd still continue to
vices. We are getting up
.t possible prices and have
faction. We have made this
ono that we have sold to
do so. Order your
c L e
not limit we cannot lexpeo
us, and if it doe
O TR'S, ME
I , OS, itc.,
OFF AT COAT.
ally I nlea assorted stock of
We have our ua
DEL AINES, azo.
posaiblo maTkot prices.
r?t the lowes
S;, CAPS, &c.
Call and see u
Tv ea, z -f CI 317 XVI .11:112•4 WI-1
abliabed thomeolves at
'oupied by F. D. Thltinoll
to carry on a live business in
AY MARC'? 4, UM,
to open out-a now and choice stook
The SeniOr partner hosted a largo experience
in Merchant Tailoring, and it is the intention of
the new firm to put this braneD of their bhsitoss.
beyond successful conipetitiop„
i'What is the Matter ?
Is general debility troublesome is your blood
immire is the whole bddy disordered and.
weak.? Ilion get a bottle of the great Blood pa
rifler—it is Dopurative Syrup .of lodide of Po
tassium: follow tho directions carefully and ion
will be benefltted. -Sold at Roy's Drug Store,'
A. A. TRUMAN
" 18 years established in N. Y.'City."
" Only infallible roe/Odle'
"Froo from Poisons."'
"Not clangorous *to tho Unman•Faniily."
"Fats coma elt of their holes to die."
" Costar's" Rat, Roach, &c., Exterminat's
Is a paste—used for Rats, Mice, lloaeliee,
Black and Red Ante, &e., &c.
" Costar's" Bed• Bug &terminator .
. Is at liquid or wash—used to destroy, and
also as a proventiyo for Bed-Bugs, &c.
"'Costar's" Electric Powder for. Insects
Is fo} Haas, Moequitaie, Fleas, Rid-Bugs,
Insects gn Plants, Pawls, Animate,
•! ! ! BEwartz I ! of all worthless In 4
fl See that "Conan's" namo is on each
Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
Address, - . HMIS= R. COSTAR,
484 , Broadway, N. Y.
.„.A7Er- Sold in 4 iVollsboro, Pa.; by
and all Druggists and Retailers evorywhere.
. 1 1 / 4 ,,k) -
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils, Can
cers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples ' Bleeding,
Blind and Painful Piles; Sorofnlog Putrid and
111-conditioned Sores; _Ulcers, G ' dular Swel
lings, Eruptions, 'Cutaneous Affections, Ring
worm, Itch, Corns,Bupions, Chilblains, ac.;
Chapped Hands,. Lips,
elikc. Bites di; Spiders,
Insects, Animals, &0.,,tc, •
0*- Boxes 25 eta., 50 ets., and $1 sizes. '
11 `So ld by all Draggles everyvbere. '
And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot
484 Broadway, N. Y., and by •
00 S A R''S'?
CO r uN SOLVENT,
For Corns. Bunions, Warts, &o.
_,7711 , Boxes, 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1 sizes.
""•• Sold by all Druggists overywbero.
And by HENRY R. COSTAR,. Dopo
484 Broadway, ltz—v,7—. l tr- •
Bitter-Sweet 8t Orange Blanding'
_Beautifying the Complexion
Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, imuovo
Freckles, Pimples, Eruptions, &c.
Ladies are now using it in preference to all
jra- Sold by all Drug fists everywhere;
And •by RENR R. COSTAR,' Depet
484 Broadway, N. Y., land by
"C 0 S VA R'S"
For C,.ughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore 'Throat,
Croupi Whooping Cough, InfluenzavAsthma,
Consur ption, Bronchial Affoootions, Ad all Dis
eases o the Throat and Lungs'.
.011fP Bottles, 25.0t5., 50 ets., ancl4l sizes.
s3r- Bold -by all Druggists everywhere.
~..Ig3• And by HENRY R. COSTAR,' Depot
484 Broadway, N. Y., and by •
- . r
A Universal Dinner Pill,
For Nervous' and Sick Headache, Costiveness,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Billioultness, Constipa
tion, Diarrhea, Colies,,Chills, Fevers, and gene
ral derangement of the - Digestive Orjoits.
Boxes, 25 ets., 50 cts., and SI sizes:.
y?riff" Sold by all Drnggists everywhere.
.711 , 9- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, DePot.
484 Broadway, N. Y., and by
Jan. 2,1867-3 m.
' ( '
NEW GOODS I
R. Bowen 8i co.,_
HAVE just returuid from New York witll'a
Bought at Panic Prices, and will bo sold accc.r
&ugly. We resaectlu lly invitd rkttentfon to our
stock of , •
CASSIMERES, BEAVER GLOWS
also, a largo lino of
ERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS; AL
PACAS, and Oher D "ESS GOODS
'and DRESS TRT,IMINGS,
Also, a largo and now ssortmont of
READI` MADE CLOTHING,
at greatly reduced price.s.
LADIES' FURS--a nice o,
. assortment, net
and chkegp. . 1
_,. . .
BON-T O N, SILVER SPRII4G, and ether
kinds of, HOOP_ SKIRTS, . 1 .
YANKEE NOTIONS; - HATS & CAPS,
HARDWARE, CROCKER I Y,
HAND MADE BOOTS AND SHOES,
And many other thinga,w.hioh we will be pleased
to show to all who will 'pall and examineteur .
Boforo purchasing elsewhere, as we •beliov ,
will pay you for your time and trouble.
SMALL PROFITS, .QUICK SALES,. &
READY PAY IS OUR MOTTO.
-• forget to call at the
EMPIRE STORE, NO. 1 UNION BLOCK
Wellabor°, Dec. 12, 1866
'Shakspeare, tho "Swan "of,Avon,"- was a great
student of human nature; Itit the great poet riev
'or fully explained, that characteristic of human
Nature -which loads people to rush to the Bee-
Eire Exchange as to a center . of attraction. They
seem to know to.a _
That a good buyer makos a good seller, and that
purohasing their groceries of a man who regards
the interests ol r his customers when he buys his
stook; is actual! putting their loose change out
at interest. When you want anything extra and
oheapAeall on :1
Who does not sell hie customers, but does sell
FLOUR, PORK, FISH, CORN MEAL
'BUCKWHEAT' FLOUR; BUTTER,
CHEESE, APPLES, POTA-
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, PRUNES,
RAISINS, ,SAUCES, CANNED
FRUITS, DRIED FRUITS,
and all Chose advice which cause your store
"BLOSSOM AS A ROSE."
BUTTER, CHEESE ,AND I4RD,
for which ho pap the beet prices cash, or ox
NT OMR IN DIVORCE.—To Reuben W.
Carter:—Take notice that your wife„llan
nab M. Carter, by her next friend dohn W - Aent,
lies petitioned tini honorable 'lntim' of the Court
of Common Pleas for Tioga enmity Ice n divorce
frOnt the bonds of matrimony; and that the said
Court has atipointed Monday. the 2iith. day of
May, 1 3 07, at,tho Court house in Wellsbeiro, for
a hearing of the said petition in the premises, at
'which time and place yen entl attend it' you think
, proper. TAILOR, Sheriff.
Wellslioro, Pa., Jan. 30, 1367 J P March 27, 1807-4 t.
Your wires will not scold : your children will no
cry, and yon will nover_bo out of fnoneY. Ile
- member the place.
If you buy Of
.--p- A .
Is- th n e co , n h e n t i n e t e ra r t o e o d t (M s
o t r a c c o t rh o f
. , .., .r., ,
baled with other substances of
r hi greater nhorative pow- ,-
e- 4 •... or /U. tt) ntil,ta an effectual an
. . - 4 . 4 ift5,,1 tiii,oi, lot di:cases Sarsaparilla
1,1 - - "7 -, .', - ..t:„ . M. is reputed to cure. Such a
semi ly is i:uilely- waited by
th6.l' nala rntrer from Struntout i4mplahttn,:tr.ti
th a t nue which will accomplish heir taro must •
provo, as this hoe proved, of immense. tervlce to
this large class of our afflicted) . fellow-citizens.
How completely this tomP6und will do it, has 't
been proven by experiment on many of the worst
casFs to be found in the following complaints:—
Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings and Sores Skin
Di.vases, Pustules; Blotches; Eruptions, et. An.
thony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Totter or Salt
Rbeatn Scald Head, Ringworm, itc,-- -
Syphilis or Venereal Disease is expelled from
the system by the prolonged,use of this &reaps.
rills, and the patient is left in comparative
health. , • . • ,
Female Diseases are caused by Scrofula in the
blood, and aro often soon cured by: this Extract -
of Sariaparilla. .
in not reject this invaluable medicine, because
you have been imposed upon by something pre
tending to be Sareaparilli, while it was not.
When you have used Ayer's—then, and not till
then, will you know the virtues of Sarsaparilla.
For minute particulars of the diseases it cures, we •
refer you to Ayer'4 American Almanac, which
the agent below mauled -will furnish gratis to all
who.call for it.
Aimee Cathartic Pills, far the cure of Costive
ness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, 'lndigestion, 'Dysen
tery, Foul Stomach, Headache, Piles, Rheuma
tism, Heartburn arising from Disordered Stomich,
Pain or Morbid Inaction of the Bowels, Flatu
lency, Lots of Appetite, Liver Complaint, Drop
sy, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, - and as a Dinner
NU, are unequalled.
' They are sugar echted, so that the most sensi
tive can take them itrith pleasure, and they -aro
the best Aperient i 4 the world far all the purpo
ses of ti family phyilc.'
Prepared by Dr..J. C. AZER Lowell,
Mass., and sold by all Dru gists and dealers in
Sold in Welisboro by J. A. Roy. mehti-2m.
PATENT WHITE WIRE,
We beg leave to call the attention of 'the pub
lic to nn entirely now quality of Wire known as 1
White Wire, possessing a coating which pieventi
itirom ever corroding or turning from its uniform
whiteness during any number of year and on
which otters Patent has been secured It has
been fund to bo tbo only article snits o :for a
clothe lino, except - the old-fashioned rope or
cord, which always givfs 59 much trouble and
annoyance.by breaking, rotti ,- out, and discol
oring cloth6s, and by being bliged to put is qp
and take.it down every time used. IVitly.this
Wire Clothes Lino you haven eof these annoy
ances, and when it is once pat e pit gives you no
more trouble until the stakes c pbsts rot down to
which it is attached. After us ng it we aro con
fident you will fully corroborc.te the statements
of thousands of others in its praise. Over 300,-
000 lines already sold,-and Avery family should
and will have one. It will not change, though
-you may keep it under water for any length of
time; hence, you see,
i cannot discolor 'clothes
like a rope or cord. Sze oflWire,•lgo. 9. ----
• ,Six Reasons ;why every family should
have oneef thessPatent White Wire Clethes
Lines : 1, 11
I Ist. never have to tale it - in no matter
what ttio weath4r,may be; the weather Cannot
2d. It will last from twenty-five to fifty years
at least, and during that time you will wear out
fifty ordinary lines, besides suffering an untold
amount of trouble and annoyance with them.
3d; It is the cheapest Vine in thci world, to
say nothing of its great convenien . A good
rope line costs about 2 cents 0. e oot,'nnd this
only 4i cents. This will last -a, • e time, while
that with good care Will last abin a year. This
hire, at 25 cents per foot, would be cheaper than ,
4th. You cannot load it' heavy enough with
clothes, and the wind never blows strong enough
to break it. -
sth. It does not in any Nen* discolor or injure
.110. hes that are hung upon it.
Gth. It wilisa,ve-its price in saving you trouble
and annoyance every threo months you own it.
The Wire is annealed befotra coating, which
iotakes it very soft and tough. It can never be
'tfrok!n in the use for whteli it is intended.
Price fouroind a half cents per foot. Llgual
amonut for tiVed Hue, 75 - to 100 feet.
Clothe. 3 are fastened to it with the common
-;PROM THE PRESS.
Tho rollociug editorial riotii•es froth the Tri
bune,- Independent and CfiristMn Advocate, are
among the many newspaper testimonials which
.we have received, but space will not allow us to
introduce more here :
The American White Wiro Clothes-line, is a
superior artielo in Ats *ay. .It does not injure
clothe's, and is., almost indestrhotable. pular
housewife should use it. We are notv.using it
ihe Patent 'White Wire Clothes-line, is all it
purports to he—a mostindispensable "article. It
does not injure the clothes, and never wears out.
Every house will ultimately have it.—N.. Y._ln
THE Wnirr: Wink CtDTUES LlNE.—Among the
special annoyances of the washing day re to be
reckoned high np the list the ill at • tion.of
clothes line. The old curd or nip) as 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 unite ar perfect urticlo. A siabstitetp
is now °tiered in the "Patent White Wire Clothes
Line," for sale by the American-Wire - Compiinz,
149 Broadway. The peculiarity of this wire is
in its ceatin., which, it is said, over becomes
broken. 'We have ecch it used, and find that it
gives entire satisfaction.—H. Y. Christian Adro:-
Feb, 27, ISl7—tf.
BENJAMIN SEELEY, -**l*Lhoc
maker, over Jerome Smith's store
„At on Main Street, would just.es-3- to
the Shoeless and Bootress—,thsktis;
_ thatportion of them who have tbo
dudads to change their condition—that he is,
now prepared to manufacture coarse gentle
men's fine Boots, or fine gontlemed's coarse Hoots
in'as bungling a manner, and at as dear rates as
any (other establishment this side of Whitney's
Corners. Anything in the line of Shoemaking
or Cobbling will bo admirably botched on the
shortest notice. DotC,t examine my work
won't/hear inspection; but "go it blind." Re- '
minim the place,, next door to Shakspeafe's
'Nov. 14, IS66.—tf.
Of ell the trades from East to West,
- The cobbler tart contending;
He's like in time to pipvo The best,
• Who every dayis Mending;
How happy he who can commend,
Theooles of all his neighbors;
He's ever unmindful of his end,
And to his lastistill labors.
SMITH ! &
PitENERAL POLP:Y AGENTS tfor tbo load
kir ing Stock Companies in the United States;
also Agents .for the ,Lycoming County Mutual,
,Columbia Mutual, and Farmers' Mutual luau
Non-Hazardous, Hazardous, and Extra-Hat-.
actions Misks taken at reasonable rates. Polieies
I Issued, and all Losses adjuSted at our (Mee.
Wellsboro', Pa., Feb. 20p 1867...—tf.
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Embroideries, Jewelry, and a constant . sums
sion of artistic novelties, with other useful nd
No person of refinomene,.econemical ktuse- ,
wife, or lady of taste min, afford to do without the
Model Monthly. Single copies, 30 ceptS ; back
'numbets, as Specimens , 10 cents; ' either Mailed ,
free. Yearly, $3, with a valuable premium; two
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March 20, 'll7:131a. '
11 ; R• FISH; Agent,