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WEI)NESDAY, , IIIA'Y',O4 1867.
II 0 V 47 , 4%- vercAlMPlenta
-coen's Falls Insurance" Comprtuy—T. O. Prio.
AdMinistraers Bteitinzi, Adm's
- Administrator's ( NotieeS..Dl Wood, Adm'r.
Rochester _Triiut'llies:-Bssrati` A. Bears:* _
Farni.for'Bale-4D. tl. EawardS:
Pay upLW. T:Deiby,Shiro: • . •
:1 - Pay up—E. B. C.arvey.
Babbitt's:oo4lllW ilioap4!Owder—Dr. ltoy.
' The Universal Clothes -Wrioger—D. Pi Roberti
Now Goods:J. A: Parsons Er- Co.'• • •
11:Ctliens. • '• •
Marlatsr-,-Tho follOseing *Weenie: pil.
CC'S for Produce ruled on 'kr!day, May 2-4th
-Corn-$l2B -Oats-91c-Barley-$1,15 -Clover Seed
12c-Titantby 4 qA btelti.4B,oo-Eggl-18c-Dried Ap
ples-/00-Butter-18g20c-Cheesk4WBc-Mes a Pork
1 Ts.T AdADEm.Y.,--Studepts can enter
any tinale during the current ITeek,and will be re
quired to pay but one-luill the 'regular rates 9f
tuition.' • • '
sou pruni.:42tati , i ChtirleiThcini r -
son has shown IlsAt'neflentiO of the bust of Lady
13.YOriiW:Plaster, thellatest work , of his hand.
It: 3 4 6 wi a marked improvement upon former ef
forts, and prombies well, for future effort.! '
. C. Panes , ' infwins tts
that to eats snow- two feet . deop. on,, the Armeqa
Mountain On tho 22d of *ay. 'Was told by
the residents thorn that the snow drifted to Alio
depth of 15 feet on the' Mtintifain" 'durin g the
greatstnith: No 'Tian :fell, but all 'du x aticl ti 1
night long the snow fell fast, and
• the - wind blew
a great gale. _
Poistp9Apm, oz 4 -We are, roquested ke stale
that owing to iho •baekwardness of the seasoP,
end the delay of 'fanners' work consequent there
upon, the Iforao"Fair of the Agricultural ' lay*
is postponed to Weduei3day, and , Thursday) July
3 end 4; . -
'fho same preinintis for trotting, dro,, by, Mr.
Bunnell, will bo . awatded ou the .sth of July.
RAPID WRITING.—Mr., H. C. Bailey,;
Friday,. nth inilt u Avroteficteep : pages in the
Recoi'd Books of ,the Recorder's Office in this
place. The pages avraged 056 words cacti,
or 9840 words in the aggregate.- Ile was nitie
hours and,2s minutes in aecomplishing the work,
emy,ing e even different deeds, some of them at
,nrst imp.ssible to decipher.
- CHEE E FAcToRY.—We • learn that
the proprietors ,of the Vhitrieyville Cheese Fac
tory are preptring to put in a third vat and oth
erwise to increato do capacity. of that Thi.etory.
An 9 . lfort'iS now being made to secure the milk of
500'coivs. We hope it may succeed. As high Qs
220elbs. of milk have been . received in a day.L—
This quantity will be measurably itt . creased as tlio
sect on advances. • • 4
Buy' A BROOM !--We are under 'a
load of obligations to Mr. Sylvester Beckwith, pf
Delmar, for half-a -dozen fine brooms of his own•
manufacture. They Are mado'of first rate mate
rial and in a workmanlike manner. If he can
supply the, merchants of Wellslioro with such
brooms we see no reason why they should con
tinue togo:fartiutrruirl:fare. mono, ea: they halo
PERSONAL.—We notice by• a circular
received, that Ilfr.:Jati.43. - Goodinati,
this place, and more recently of Athens : Pa., has
taken a situation as'CaShier in the heavy lritaboi
ing establishment of Messrs. Wells 2k. gpanlding,
at Chicago, 111. "Jim" is a very clever fellow,
and possesses al! the necessary busiitess qualifica
tions to make him a valuable acquisition to any
establishment. Success to Min.
FINE - 01PROVEMENT: - --- Hon. S. F.
Wilson, and Other yroprietois of lands bordering
on the State Road eastward from his residence to
including the farstead d John F. Donald
son,-Esq., have planted trees n both sides of the
road for the distance Of half mifo.• This is a no
ble improv,ement; and reflects credit upon the
prietors. In ten years from this time the State
road will form a magnificent avenue, shaded by
maples and elms, for a mile east of the village.i- '
MANSFIELD IROtT WORKS.—We are
glad to learn that: prcparationo are going tor
y:llrd. for tho rehabilitati.in and reopening of the
furnace at Mansfield. The work is proeeeditig
under the supOrvision Rf Mr. Lutz, who win
likewise - Operate the -works. 4 11 - hus Been •a - sub
ject of wonder why this property should he. Fluc
fered to go to decay with a bed of iron oro within
hailing distance, and a railroad within;u stone's
east. May the enterprise prosper.
Trn ClMPS.—Accordirig to our ex=
thang,es the wheat crop never looked lictter.--4-
The winter . was remarkably fasornble to grain
and grass, and the spring mini have not dam
aged either up.te; this'time.•• Fruit' is all right so
far, and the promise of a bountiful crop was Lover
better. In this region but little spring work hag
been clone s the coustaie c having
vented . plowing and sowing : . Many acres pre
pared for spring wheat' neem likely t 9 bear noth
ing better than buckwheat. There i 3 time enough
for corn and potatoes. : I
TOWANDA.—We have seen no Vil
lage in which the signs of4igorons enterprise
were more apparent than they , a!re in Towanda.
'Beautifully located on the 'Susquehanna ; built iA
the most substantiaLmanner, and surrounded by
t h: rich agricultural country, its appearance 11111.1
its promise is_of * high
,degree of prosperity...l
- brick blocks aro being erected for pur
poses of business. The private residences .ex
hibit. culture as Well as wealth, and many of them
would not suffer in . compatimon with the elegant
villas in the suburbs a New York. The neW
Railroad from Waverly to Tciviaiola is neatly
ready for the iron. I. 4
A 17.ISITATION.,—XA patter of many
feet un the office stairway, the murmur of , child.-
ith, voices in the hall, a modest tap on the doui,
and in poured a delegation'Of gills from the vil
lage school, last Wednesday morning., They
came to talk about the - side-walk on'Wearl Street
which should 'epablo tho scholars , ; to go: to rind
from school without wading in tlnkintid. A snore
',reasonable petition was - never presented, and
white pt i orerless to grant its prayer, we did prom
ise to assist the little folks' in the nuittor. So we
submit that thedastpayers, Q f Wellsboro 0n, ,, a it to
the children that the way to the, village .IMionl
shall be pleasant and Accessible in all **her.
At presetit the paths aro awful. ;
Gosszr.—Glaneitm over a file of the
LegiAlutive Rscnrd of last session one evening not
long , ago, wo"chanced upon the title ; of a bill "To
incorporate the Citizens'. Association for thp pni
vention of hoiso 'stealing." The object of 'the
Association was, evidentlk, to break up tho gangs
of horsethieves which haVe rendered property in
horses very insecure in many localities., #llile
teitectio& upon the curious idiosyncraoy which
lends some people•to plvnder a stable, sae fell : inttr
asnrt of doze, and dreamed a dream. lire dreamed
that such an Association had been orgahrzed in
Tioge country, and was i
n full operationi . l - The
members w i erc pledged
.prevaion Of horse-thieving, and cal at t4e
isal corporatora was tlepu,ged to visit every horse-
Owner in a certiiiri iiCighborhood 'and solicit' hiS
dam e as a yerialier of 'the AssoCiation.
Ttlis aioLoli us as a good airangezucut : and we
- „ ,
aid to ourself that with every farmer ih the
eounty pledged. to vigilance, the theft pf hopes
must _become. exceedingly .rale. Whet wit Om .
surprise to learn that occasionally the owner of a
11iCC lot of hot4es refused to join the Association;
alleging that while he dctptcd horse-stealing.
Weil an organization would_t ceult in increesing
tile) evil. But it did more surprise AN to beard,
that very man who had been co ted 'or dealing
iq Lorses not his own, took precisely the sant
lt,ew of the matter. "If pat' comhin:: to poi
down horse -stealing," said those, •! you will invite
it the plunder of every' stable , in the county: 12p( 1
h orse-stcalin will become respectaVie." pood
gri,teiotte ! t g tlought we; what what can these pee=-
Oa be thinking about? If organization to sup-
Press stealing operate to facilitate theft, ought not
rho thieves to go in fur tiM -organization ?
And if vigilance will render2Ve and property
More seoure, - Ought not ovorrgoVal oitiz94 to favor
• 7. -,
adlnereasnlOf vigilance? :Iri:j.he midst of:these
troAkitikkatthilMlko:i;,-,o!A'',AX. A .Alii,,i6,zii,c,,;;, - 4 . : --
=The r go for purchasing 110,6 a
. k4 , ot ,
with , 4 ,2oiipllai is ill Oititiiititt d
lielf . ek i e4O , raiiiiiiiiilsdo A.i. ifiktieguat-fcni , i -
abed soldiers in this State, mention of which lie
made two weeks ago, seems li4ely:to - fall through.
The Attorney General hiisfdenltleVitlatAt is ilh -
gal, for which, thankS. Gambling is gitnbling,
however sugared over with charitable professionp.o.
Buy no•tiekets in any gift enterprise 'unless you
wish to be cheated. fhein is another Gift Sehem,
endorsed by the Grand Master bf the Maso n o
Order in New Yoik. The object is good —th eet..,
tablishment-pf 4, goitto_ fog 110 grioisqtrwitl or-,
pharis Of Masons—but the metins to thatmantle'
unlawful, and should he repudiated by all who
hare the good of the thillerd heart. Buy do
tickets in arty sugar-coated lottery,_ i
Arn Fon S9T T--We.TIL kW() rei
ccive&p. 'front We Seeretary
the Southern Famine Relief Fund, philadelphqy
appointing-a conimitte‘ tioteislieet funds in aid
the starving,popf, : of the States, for Ti
oga County. Tlie 'ipllowing,named persons con—
stitute the c'omititieki 11:i:A
Wclleboro.—Wm. B. Clymer, Thomas Ilardek
John R, Bowen.
Tioga.—Jobn W. Guernsey, H. H. gootioricii,
F.E. Si fii9 l 7l ' .1;" •
LaP.—il. Damon, R. Wheeler, S. I. Rowel.
Yl4tOri 0144 4.1*. P. RijeK,Dr. W. 11.•
Matta.fichil—aA. Writ, .Shorwood, Jos.
Blosaburg.—P. It Dirac, L. It: Shattuck J. 4,
Full Brook.—.laltri r MAg9e, l
The original aid firittioriie'd eo'reibit
such ineaeure . ; fat' Qin thP PhJects of tit
ABsociatiou.ts may scen:iproper. We may s
that whatever is to bu•aohe'LhOilld be done 41
Remittances must ho made to James M. Aeri-
Ben, S. E Corner 'Walnut and Deets Sts., Flii4-
del . phin. Further information' may', be' obtair!od
by addressing . Chas. J. - Golirecht, Secretary,
Chestnut St., Phitadelphiml
We are indebted.toiMr. Almon Allen, of Mans-
field, for the following list of the "oldest inhab l i,
,BlehtuOnd tdwrishiir, ivhere born, arid
their residence in Peansylvailliq itspootircly:
Where In : ; •
Names. Ago. horn. Pa. ,
G. W. King„ 77 'Vt. 24 Sol'r of 1812
Lillias Bradway, • '475 .; Conn., 18 Widow
Noah Aldrich, 82 N. H. 22 Widower.
Lydia Holden, 75 N. Y. 46 W4dew
Loren Lamb,' 73 Minis. 70" j
Susanab, his wife,
.; 66 N. Y. ,65 f •
Ripley Lamb, • 70 Pa. , fio 3d wife.
John Cochran,' 88 Vt. 50 Wirlovrer
Clarissa Lan, 73 N. Y. 70 Widow
Seymour Stratt'n, t 72 Pa. 45 •
Susan, his wife, f 66 N. Y: 45, ;
Gilbert. pholps, "71 Mass.-" 38
Wife, 66 Conn. 38 • ;
Lorin : Butts, 71 Conn. 38 Widower,
It. 11. Pratt,, 74, .N. Y. 34 "
Catharine . Hinted; 77 sr 44 Widow
Peter Whitaker,- 72 Canada 50 Widower
Catharine Dorset, 86 •N. Y. 38 WidoWl
Gardner Seyrnan, SO, Vt.
Wife 75 Vt. 40 . •
Elisha Graves, -77 Mass. 2.5 War of 1812
Mr. Hinley, 70 Eng.
John Kelly,, 70 N. Y. 45
Hannah,.his wife,. 66 N. Y. ,45
Alice Phelps, . , 70 N. Y. 25
Betsy Hayes, =• 86 Conn.- 3
Anna Benedict, ' 85' "Ont. •11
Hannah Chirk; 70 ' Conn.' '45
Almon Allen ' ," , 70 Mass, •48
.Polly, his. wife, - 69 ", Mass. 48
Benj. Braila . , .." 4 '" 72
Ithos: Covent', ,
Susuon'a Wils'n 83 . Mass; 50
Joseph Starkey, 70 N.,11. -
Lydia, his wife, 71 N. H. 19
Lerman Elliott, 72, N. Y. 25-
Mary, his wife,,„ • 62 N., Y. 25
Sarah WattoilS, ” 75 Eng. 25
13ethuel Bentley, 66 N, Y. so
Mary, his wife, 71 N. Y. 49
Miles Ayres, 17 N. V.
Jeruslie, liis wife, 69 N. V. 15
TIOGA- CO, INSTI.IxUTE OF' INSTRUE!-
itoN.—ThiS Association will hOl4 its first ;Session
in Mansfield, Wednesday, Jiine,l9,, 186'7, com
mencing at 12 M. The Executive entrimittec lips
the pleasure to announce. the of
Papers to be read before the As‘inelatioW
Pnoci - RAmmE.
1. Trout Breeding by artificial means. ,
2. Sidewalks—the Cheapest and t hest way to
3. Petrpleura. -
-1. Nature under the Microscope. •
6. Do little toads and angleworms rain down?
-7. Details of rational Finance'.
o SECOND DAY.
B.ectruction of Fruit-Trees by Insects.
'9. Influence or the Moon' upon the weather
and vegetable growth.
10. Food—the qunli and quantity best pro
motive of health.
11. Details of the Postal Syatem.-
12. Life Assurance
13. elmit's. • ' ,
The'Session of the - Association 'will be held in
the Seminary Chattgl. The , public 'S . F cordially
The JunerAl&retie has articles by 'Holmes, roe
ton Lucy Larchtn, Higginpn, Henry, Jatne9,
Whittier, Whipple, and tithes 'ecercely less tid
ied among best authors.-• 2 There is an article.on
Russian America which will be read extensively.
Altogether ri.velitable number. Ticknor &
Bostou; Mass. $.l pa+ year. •
Our .ro;ing Pot ks, by the same publishers, is
very rich in superior wood-cuts, and tacit - 0611g
in its poetry and prose. blow do i the'young pee
ple•get along without this capital Magazine?
Oodey opens pith olio of, the 'best ongravim's
we have c.cti in nianya day--` , The rarmyaid . ."
The fashion plate,,deuhlo, the patterns, the sto
ries:, and "the altogether," render it indispottsi•
ble to the ladies. $3 per year.. L. A. Goday,
The Phrenological Journal comes rich-freighted
withpracticel kuowledgo. We notice a paper on
Slialtspeare's t , upornatural charectors - -which Fonds
well indeed. This Magazine is the. most .practi
oat of all that roach us, aria it. would ; he. a very
groat advantage to every family in the
Adams:B S. R. Wells, 389- Broadway, Novi York,"
The Lady'e..Prientl, publiiated hy peaeon ‘,Sz PO
-1.003.011, Philadelphia, preSBll,l9 its patrons with a
very agreeable bill of faro.'. This is tho best of
tholow-priced Magazines. .9.50 t
Oliver Optic's Magazine for .13Oys and Girls, is
as sprightly as ever_ This comes every Saturday,
and is devoted. to the rational entertainment of
the children. 5 cants a week. -
The Children's Hour, the new Ilingnzine pub
lished by T. S. Arthur, Philadelphia, is well
adapted to the wants of young readers, It has
no superior among Magazines of its 'class. $1
per . year. • . r ,
Petereon'e Magazine was cairied'off bbfere'ore
gor a peerAt Its c'ontonts; but we can promise
it performs all it advertises. $2 per year.' C. J.
Peterson, Phitadelphia'.' '
Any of foregoing MfCgat - in . cs Clcri be had dt
the Wollshoro Bookstore, or of Mrs. Etz, Post .
NoTten.—llaving gone lato t impiness at the 'V
ega Iron Works, located at Mansfield, I take this
method of info . vnina the z publie,generallr i ar4Mk
frieOcib Oat th4lfshall leaVe holehl!aa
eandfdate for the 'offide off Sheriff'.' Very
fill for yoariltindnos4 ilnittle;exertions you have
made in my helindf, ,
' I remain, Your IluMble l §eriant, •
• M4nq o /4 , AfftY. 2l ltl. J9lOl M.,
- EMPIRE STUMP BtAcirlNE.—Ave ,e,Ol
the attention of our 'readers ft; this mriehine, irom .
the fact, dint it is said to he one of the
It hn't been plaeed on trial with other umehit(ep
and in every Instrincii - pronounced the best by
competent :judges. It with"' sitflyent
strength to pull the largest, stump, 'while
perfectly simple in ite construction: . and 'crin• be
readily worked by impxperienedd men,' 'lt - only
needs to be seen to he amireeinto.-s- It
factored by Mr. L. C. F,ngliA, "the Patentee. nt
Corning. N. Y:, who - will bring a - model of thC
same hero for,oxhibitiotint the hem inir in Jul}?
Young talk ought 2C Us 'l34'U 7311 0 ur
Sirelo:nr Sielang. your - Patiley Ehaftlt
your Hoop Bkiits,-Yopr new Sp . rineirrcss i :3-im
new 1 - jajterti . , br ini,y other neW artide for, the Fen
'Sod. . Beautiful Sring, flacks .foi- i-36.00; thC
Bargains - kild'assortment'are all at W. It. Sinith'i
Sons, Addison,'l.T. ' 22ma '-2w. I
Church Aluie a3pgkx 4: 1 11 tei found in Jar/4414
Tiety 4 the AfiesieTlepei of ;t4i4ivpil,'Sqpnp:.
rob. ''"Ile" fuji))shes qtiantityi,"nt
dower rates thin they'oan'he,elitained' front New
York," . . -
By order of the Exeentivo.c,ffin
i• ' t
• , . •-• ~.- . ,
TENTH VIIOEBAND OP NED NEVED3—tiArtac for
t*lgotftialiv i , ,•
organ 0 bao ,- gad -. . ins, t o. ours pi-ET
kiven fel"the• liftJelith thousand.
Street l i lt's; inAtosyiNtil„.ts,Rirelnly liqued; and or
P b r e l e n zt ted and sold at' the rate of over si.
thousand a week. Ran& it Avery, Printers, N 6.
roooi4illatill ittt6att tfutlfact. Ttro o f go r
oie'rlirdsts A* alit cblifinualtylihvork`oil . fPe
k. Agolli are rpaping,a hlryest by it, real!:
zing 100' )). ceiit.*OrSitt: 'Dintfey S. Jones, 4f
Rils.i9r , tli, Btaige t writes, : t i but of xhp,,,flnipi bia
- Bold a eQky . rit alniOoV. %rylii*e,and.t..xp_ 4 .
sell 200: in 'tbe town. Vi r .'ll:lleliiieti, 6 I
River, Mar, rio*.2o - Avie s s„-Ailiftitt town, and
expects to self 500 in the county. Disabled so).-
cliffs, n . iii otketl,,no . ,4l„the i di a pa.pkantilislied
for catiyaiiiim 1411904v9p:i i 4#9 . - hecia klic4
io, 9i4F,;s.s:itt day., •Danv4rrit
deilY i a, lb; gtesea irOl4 iDt , iinre'liiup Am, !fp 8
for the bOok Will soiiit.i,etiiili 4PP'n 'ma. v Aiccn. 5 '
wishing to seCiivkniml. teiritery,•should apply t
ong9 . to Roy. Henry' iblovgan„ ) ti . ,gretot k itreeit,
1305t09; `Blass. `, - i'f
We want 2 C U B 4 U Bi, because we can above';
lotii of bargains: in Dry Goode, latioceries J.tfrite"
and Caps, }loots and Shoes, Clothing, atid in fast
every article that is.ktifit in b `large ' e °witty 'store:
W. It. MTH'S Solis, Addison, N. Y.
A AV.o-,waiit 2 .C.O .;B4 Di zany. Carpets,: as
linve.Arto.:irunionso`, stock dtt reduotioll from
last fall!alpriceiv...-Brussella th - r: tis; . -•
:• W:.: Sons; -
tou ought 2 C Us B 4 U Bi your Spring alb-
Abing,-gsmo keen ry:large stoek...alkoC'our; ortn
marrafdeture. ,; - c r ustotalem. txf • 25. years' stAxial rig
still buyiof its bica'asal,t,hbyt:knorrlboyf :'get cgodd
goo ds:o3the lotrest;living-profits. r We - maki. and
cut to order handionte;suitklortMEto
. _ _.. NV, 11,. SIIITII'S Boss Mason, N.' Y
2 Gys B 4 ti Bi your Groceries lean indioatiqn
'that . yeifiliild - ii - Lite - TillaritriCe - VCIY, an4 for
. or Vie necessaries' of Zito' before totir'citialinig.
White Si garillOet ?i: :i irky.p. aIyTH'S SONS.)
Igt/sJsrt4,Ylllecq & Barker, being about to cloile
. 1441Eile'busi.nOlitif take this method of notifyi4g
al Itertillithianlnfijed to them either by note br
b tlki*ttoillpqocall and settle- without delar,"
i i ti
a 4 11;4 93?/11*,. K l.l(l,lk its. ,49plt_of Goods at cost. Nqw
Itillifirttadi 4:briauditlilkiliV:" . :ln7;; mays;
a k OtookotNVall.A4 7
T , ;1 4 ,
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1 3 UitZEITI:41S11-4.iiSi;itivaii;s4,
by Rev. C. L. F. Ilowe,V.i:YMiiigliiit3):.• Burley,
and Miss Carrio M. Fish,,all.olblAvan.
HAR,TMAN-lODLE---In 'Farmington, Moretti
27, 1567, by Rev. S. Butler, Mr. Daniel H. Hart
man, of Waynesboro ' Franklin • county, Pa., arid
Miss Jam; Odle, of the former filmed.
BUTLER-An Chatham, May 19, 1867, of in
flammation of the bowels, Milton, son of Rev. 8:
Butler, aged 28 years.
GRAVES—In ,Middlebury, April 6, lap, JI
Gravos„agell yeart. ; , • • ; :
Sho lived the lift of the righteous and has gone
to reap their rowaid. ,
c) &CO •
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HELIIIBO 8 FL UID
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KIDNEYS, GRAVEL; ,DROFSY, FEMALE COM
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Olt.,FitAlA,LE,,f)iito'nhatever caliso7otlgilinting:anok no
matt, et , IIGV7 STANDING";
Diseases of these organs require the nee of a diti
If no treatment is submitted to, ConSumption or In
sanity may ensue. Our Flesh and blood me supporto
front these sources, And the
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Itzul that of Poeterity, &Kilda ipott prompt IMO ofri
reliable remedy.' - ' • '
ERtablobeti upwards of . ` lB ears, prepared
T• IZEIZMIDOLD, th ' IUGUIST,
594.1.1r4trway; Yiiik o 'and.'
fele/7-fy. 104 south Nth st,, Philadelphia, Pit.'
__ • _
clie'advertis - Or having beto• restored to .health:in'a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having cof
fered for sere al years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread di, ase Consumption—is anxious to make
known to irist•llnw-sufferers the means of cure.
To ell who deaire it, he will send a copy of tho pre
scription used (free of charge), with the directions. for
preparing and using the same, whin they will Aral a
sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. Ccatglis,
Colds, and all Throat and Lung Affections.' The Only
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BEV. EDWARtt A'. WILSON, '
••2 . 2ruity67-Iy. Williammlnirg, Kings Co., N. X..
an , i
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in taste and odor, free from-all Injurious properties,
rind immediate in its action. ' , ' feb27-.ly. :
IfELNICIOLD'O.IIXTRACT DUCilifiiitos 1/cilia: awl
vigor : to ho fratifo and bloom to tho'pallid cluek.
Lility is accompanied by, ninny tibtrrolqk
and if no [tenement is litibMittotl" to, colidulnptiton,
eunity; or epileptic fits ensue. feb27.ly.'
EltßolB, OF ,rOulvi.
A fientleman who suffered Sor years from Norvorts
Delillity,. p remattiret,Decay,,f l ud all the effeCtli,f4 „youth
fullndlactetioo, w ill, for tint. sake itif' ' ,l3llo6ol3g
send free to all who need it, tito recipe and diret
tisus for making the simple remedy by which ho wris
mired: Sufferers wishilig to( profit by the adveriiserls
expel ienen, can do so by addressing, in perfect copfl
device, - JOHN B. Oil DAN,' •
22ntayqi-ly. 42 Celle:r Street. New Vet k.,
FOIL NON-ILETENTIONeiINCONTINENOE of UrlnO,
irritation, inflammation, or uleerstiou, of the bladder,
or kidneys, disORSOS of the prostrate glands, stone in
the bladder, calculne, gravel or breik dust deposits, and
all diseases of the bladder, kidneys and dropsical • WO.
hinge, USE ILELEIBOLD'S PLOW EITRACT BUM u. feb27:
ENFEEBLED AND, DELICATE CONSTITUTIONS,
of both sox.os, use [IMAM - OLn; EXTRACT liuctru. It Will
giro brisk add energetic foollugs, and onablo you to
sloop well. feb27-}y
Ara TatiAfflictAd: tOlth a ipeuglior
ARE YOU PREDISPOSED TO CONSUMPTION'? '
Are flee Lives of Ibur! Children in Jeoaxirgy front Sad
deil and .Repertial:tAltaCki.ef.' croup?
• , so, L'uOchette d „pox of
BLADES' EDPH N `:
Tito P,ectplp'a ATM Sure and
Cologne, Colds, Croup, Catarrh, Aothmavlirort
- clatter, Diptheria, and Rid .ftdtnOnOryMsectses.
ITE LIJIIRIOATOR is a medicinal preparation in
• the form of a imengeovhich, of all modes, Is the
'Most pleabant and convenient, They contain no dele
terious Ingredient, an& ttre warranted to ho always
safe, oven for the 'weakest and most Sensitive Stomach.
In Croup they (give ntalpDfATt =UP. For Coughs. and
Colds they are Wettable. For Cafarrh,,Astfima and
Bronhhitis tbeTchstvo': no equal In the market, (vide
Certille4t.M3 nccampanyin4. each box.) Diptherin, that
dre*dedi , dmd,etiolating disease, they control lyonder
Np Pnblio.,Spiaker, Singer or Teacher, should be
witlionf'thernois they roinovehoarsenessandstrongtli
en anlvlear the voice. _
Always'nse thus in tone, and if the symptoms
are severeitte,very freely.
. J. li. BLA.DF,S & CO.,Prop're,
Elmira, N. Y.
. Aka' FOR SALE py ALL DUIINGISTS. •
. . .
Price Zs ' Cents Perßon.
; •.„ • - ;
TAKE NO MORN} -.•• UNPLEASANT • 415 A -,, UNSAFE
MYLES for • unNefiratit sitim:Vilitigeigwr diseases
lisp *•fielmbold's .ExtrOjEutifivakiiii,liopro•red Roip
".= - feb27-I.Y.
. . -- •
, ....- .. g
THE . 01011. Y OF PAN :43 STRP.I , IGTIL—TheraftA
Ilia nervous • anti .dobil(tated eh9ald itUniodiately use
Tirunid.ini ErfraCT BUCUU. -: '
; • !,' - fel.)-271y.
...--......*-1-..-- ~. ,:..
7.-XTR ACT: - 111:1 . 0t12i nt7& bitourvEn
ROBE Wit= cures secret and delicate dliorders in all
their stages, at little ;opens's, little or no change in
diet, ito incamenience nod no exposit' 0. It is pleasant
in tasto;..tintl. ;'otler, immediate in its action, and free
front 'all'injarlontt prnperties. feh27 -1 y
i. .1 ~ ..., • . •
-'''.` ''117 , 0111 - ' 1179,H IIT C !-I !
SCRIATC'itI- S,ORATCH ! p . PRAVCILI
- HEEtTON'S. OIIIWTIENT . 4 '
Wilt cute tho itch in 48 I - lOto. : :
Aldo e arts SALT Il.TIEU.1.41O1i , l; t 4,1110 .11LAANO,
al d all I:ISIIPTIO7 , r'S 01' T 11 1; SKI 'Pidee .. 0 'fie - 1119;i,
For File ..by all dru,...ists. 4 kty •aondiag co ccnts to
wiallo.9 it Arndt, solo Aienti - ,176 , Waal' cdi gt S.
tar', it will be forwarded by. snail, free 9 poetag ,
to abyjarct„pf the tirdtod - tatett..; ;i. . *; ,r -
Jon O p,j86,13.,.8p, i not4ce 1y..., 11 ., , ,, --. .., i ...,.
~..,.., ' l
II EICJIBOLD'S CON CNN
i / Filgg ( PLEAT I
} i= ~j
Beth, ano,propnCed encord
and cnem4tr,y, and, are. 1
COLGATE . &U.'S
ERASIVE . SOAis
Ia manufactured from P
MATERIALS, and may be cob
shiered the STANDARD OF EX
CELLENCE.. For We. by 411
RATED EXTRACT RUCIIV
DICTF9. I r „
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e llg ino to st r a ti c, le ti e v - o of th . P at ha qap rlciii l3 ci
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• L'.l. ' , I. •
Pin NT -MEDICINES
'1 'E re, Alla 241 N . ti 4 • , ~',. .
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES;
['amts and t?its,
EVER BROUGHT • INTO TIOGA
JUST GO TO
P. R. WILLIAMS & CO'S
NO. 3, UNION .BLOCK,
Trig :o_oo - I s L*Rri CARA? s DIRT
R. frirLreus, j 1... it ~YILLIAMS do Co,
J. L. WILLIAMS. J No. 3 'Union Block.
nelltili46,ll4l. 22, 48131 k
NEW GOODS I. , NEW GOODS
jr. its iiOW46ll CO.,
iAvE just returned from Nolir York with a.
I large assortment of .
•, • '
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
Bought at Panto Prices ' and will be Bold accor
dingly. We respectfully invite attention to our
LADIES' DRESS - GOODS,
VERY NICE AND CHEAP,
CASSiNERES, ' TWEEDS, SIIMMEit
CLOTHS,- LADIES' pLOTHS, &
• .1 -. . .
. ..-, ,
• __.. i .. \
Also, a largo and new assortment of
READY , MA,TiE CLOTAINO,
at greatly redtteed iriods4•
• .1 0 - z • /1
BON-TON, S#XIikSPRING;; and l oMei
kinds of - HOOP SKIRTS. 1.
- POPWAIt NOTWN g S, qu , 4 cKA .&27;
SY . 04gs,
.HAND MADE BOOTS AND UWE'S,
And'many 'other things which Fo - will be p!eased
to show to all who will call and °zanily° ear l '
Beforo purchasing ()lambert), as wo believe it
•71kfll'pay you for your UM° and trouble. , •:f
• , .
SMALL ' PROFITS, Q,DIOIC SALES,
READi' ' PAY OUR* MOTTO.
~i , ~•,,.,, po9, corset cot cit th 9
EMPIRE : STORE, NO.
-1 UNION BLOCK,.
Wellsboro, May 15, 1867
••=, - A '_4IIAA (2 1 0001 DO ‘' •
'at a groat bargain at EpLi.ria:
ATIORSE.--For- Sale, a tlerviecabla
Inquire' at Roy's Drug Store.
Wellsboro, Mays 1, 1867.1 '
.11010 LATED WAJLE-oake bAskets, ,card bank?-
J' =k ;_~_
( 44 1 . A
, : e
1;11),..,,,w . ,12 •
oS.BiLI IS .0
t s .
W E will buy at the highest market price,
SHEEP PELT s, DEACON
PP* ,; ,§kio; l s..l:4 — #l4.P,-;1 •
• AND;3IMit;,,, - ICI
10fAiskira nittatiribititg ai 113.41'i
'ND will manufacture to order, French or hem
Kiki/ 300 T 8 Ailutthe , :besL;Iwau 4-
ner'and at fair' rates, and pa)%eBp9ol4l.attention
to REPAIRING. 1
•'1 tf.h 4 il,7l"T it , : _I 1 .
(t , , WO stul l ye 0, firo,t,ote stock Of -, ,
liVint i‘ 111 A" 11111141 . 0 - itl( 1 .
on which wo NMI not bo undatiold, and from ttiii
time we shall make It a point op,up the be t
stock of / . i t 4 1 - 4 ,ii 1 _.5 i , : '
to be found . 111 4 thb" oottnti, which we will sell at .
,a lower,proilt tusk Friokis kara t ,expr
•drerea t• - • •
: • We giddi Asielimeist
of • •
LADIES'} - BALBIORALEO:LV.A:;T H E 1i
"" 'A SISSES'IitotaIikVA
lcidttff 'STYVES; '
and all Styles Of 'MEN'S WORK.' 1
TO_L'lt . '
can bebougbtof .rts ab ehodp lib any: where - lids .
side of New York, and we shall keep a full'etp9k;
g :,_ .7 ' •t 't : .` 7 ,f. 7f I , '7 - 'l7 7.':' il'i j ',,
FRENCH. -CALF, • FRENCH KIP,•-i up.:
PER. SOLE; LININGS ; Ai) 'Ai) . . " '
. ' :
Our stook of PEGS, SAILS, THREAD,AWDE,'
WASP,9, - . - OL.OVERS' ) 1 7DED4ER, - .6-4,0r5,.
VREE,4r -- ern 7 ilt Is S' , toith:4 SIYORIVAIraIte
TOOLS and FINDINGS, wiltge found the 10-
gest In tho county, and we sell for email profiti,
We talk business and we mean business. - I, , irs'
have been in this region long enough to be well
known—lot those who know us try us. Corner
of Main and Grafton stre ets , opposite Wm, )14-
arts' Ifardwaio Shiro, '',' p.' Nv . ... stAREr. - '
- • clo. o`." "ORItliY.!
Wellsboro, April 24,1867-tf. • , • •
--4.----:-..-:---------- i - --4-4-,-----1---- i .1.- • ; " ' t
li-4981 `8 Sun /plogsttepir
•oua 1 . , dSDI :fl ' 41 )• .""€''
-snob so; , oSpnr putt eutingto patilltio esvobi t
monoodgul 7111aq IBM sooma pun spoon sun
-sonnutinb ;pm q-olvmpsun 211103 j e l soq4 pus
slueqoaopi ap'oon . Ala 11:160 seituluu pu Gang oss.
I ,Sio.spiniato netting oiumpang oil) u lulltto&
li osn nun Lout L a !oulgorp;
.q7IM ' kap v , u 1 'scitou irot p'utoijlavid Ina,
num y . •otto °sett Knoqs lemma Llsea •olis:
Jo.; treot oss.,nolqui‘pmlogua •3 •1I Ai. pep:coved
: , , , t . 1 1. ,• , , • •1 '
• • " - • pcip34cioloo
eq/ of Juomna Jo ao►lnslw gin Ilse moat oAs,:
1 - iliff,lol4lWlNßillA
0 - 1 , 0019 OE/VI 4C.1f4 b (goy
09 .. . • (Pali " q) Irlaafill
__ , . ,
. er.l -'... •_
~..- 1. ..,. .•taaranicuanina ,
irP, - '' ' 1: -
.&0 ., ',.-, 7;`',"" , - ~,,- ~ `CIO '.HORS .
'.9A '- - - . ~ .- -" 'l " , • !'llabliltiltig Pubs
. .t.i....••1 1 , 0 4 1
. , .
Offl773Sr, SUT 741
‘100.,)9 oloqouom no aooa palql,
, 4 1
I , (
anoS sarSnq Sq eliqueotal tr cape ptp
'. • -
osouTong moA uo o& uts entill'
'l - 06EL 1..T0i kAitleitititlEf.t — 0 41 6 4 1
t.l Stodk:Tatil r •Rtndred Thontiandl)ollara.
yammer.; SpenrigefißpnglatAillltiolci. Doposio
Received and DriAs ctrithe. principal cities sold
and Calle ctiolia 'male on usual forma.
? JOEL ,PARKHURST, President.
JOHN PARKHURST, Cashier.
Elkland Boro, April 10, 1867-3 m.
CIARDEN SEEPS, , „ , _
At" Young's 3 Book Store
At Young's Book Store.
GARDEN SEEDS AND FLOWER SEEDS
t. r At , Yonng`O Book• Store.
'Wellsbero; April 10, 1.4367-1: ' "- •
at Kelly's. Ladies' waif in I . • Api.2
OR ; •SALk-i-A , good' 11ORSEJ ootaielnii
_t7 ; kind,fivo yenro.oldAweight xllOO no.
quiro of • , RETALWORTENDYgg:
East Ch ' arleatout,-Apra2f,,1867. ,;(-t •:
A/r. o l l 4l.oi'Ojiiet--LW' rk4
its.; : Tiogs , barquet, ilurugh; *be. measoil l cool=
m ‘ opoing May - 10. Term*--, B,ealloa tialcotry $4.•
May 8, 1867-tf II ,
Sealer, ()f Weightatur-11 1 1ea'siire,
trim_ undersigned, invi g bean eoramissiOna
LL, Ay, t I I EI ~Pqyeriter,-; t 3 lor of :'Weights linl
Measures for. tb ct gourity o Ttoga, *l4. arttv tspi
on the duties of Ibis office f4rithr ,ittt. , ' - , 1 .
_,_! , eAa.
Wellsborr;,. M y• 15,1867t3w. B. of W. & M. i
. . Lt ! i' ' c - : :i i:' , . Vi . 1 '! .".. - ' •'
FY/ :7 1 A
HAT , I 8 THE MOTTO' ON WHICH
~,,„ , •
• toN E irsop }
• . i:4„
„i- : ..$! 1..4 - •.. 1: 1 , . , .'; 1 ,',.; , -.,1i Fl ;
'PRE , SYSTE M ; "OP •D * NO. , liuslNEsfr
- 1 .
1 ,.- : . l i Fyill LARGE ” j OPITS"„rac: '•
,„:„ , . QN ID'S ILAS 4'oo 1, ;T'
't .EX*5" s
said 'that' , giith •-• it ` , .pistrilitiolts
'•J50,1 plait titu'st !tiny , to prtidcint, atidliontist
denting,` depos'ding upon • . • •'
:LARGE SALES, LIGHT: kr-PRNSES...A D
SMALL PROFITS.- 4
, "The. New
= • ~ •
are.now tinny arrriving at their
and the low prices .named for, them is drawing
hosts of customer s.
- ,a,AsL 1 C 0
kin. tie • bought. at shout one-halt of last year's
L,4, 11 V E S
at abaat two-thirds,
4mong our ergo Stock will by found
NEW PRINTS, DELAINES, ALPAC
AS; POPLINS, IVIELA NOES,
, _ HAMS,
BALMORAL SK I 1 TS; SKIRTINGS,
HOOP SKIRTS, SPRING WOOL
SHAWLS; CASHMERE AND
PAISLEY SHAWLS,. .
0 .- NAPETS, OIL CLOTHS. CLOTS Arm
CASSIMERES, CLOTHING, BOOTS
AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS-,
TEAS; SUGARS, COFFEES, MOLAS
SES, PORK, FLOUR, SALT,
W:A..1,1, AND VINDOW PAPER,
,19 1 0,09' OTHER - K. I ND.S
'Anrataination is 411 'We ask, for that insures
Bali,. People desiribglto 'buy , cheap should not
allow anything. to: prevent their calling; ,they
op low priceep and, they will then of cum°, buy
W. , R. SitliTH'S SONS.
They will find it profitable in the end, and cif
r eoirree,' will sleep better. The above toectitrke
lakninde"for the' itteation or - oloie kuyere.
W. It - skirii:Oik*
'ADAISON; N. 'St,
: 1 1
~ --, - UeretheY--001ThOo,mi
"titi q" I VIAi ) 1 ti 1- ii : .
• ONE OF
1 'ffbsk WTO CskS'
> ~; i t , .
- A 0 t
G- I ING- VOlj = WAN T .1 ,
ITAVE JUST PURCH A SED a large atsckiof
, z, :'-' ; :l a l i. 01 i s1:1? ' ; '2 a ( - zi. ;;;1 • ' i•
SPRING & SUMMER GOOD,
embracing a general and complete aesortment4
, 1 -
FANCY GOODS, L A,D IE S' DRESS
GOODS, PROM A CALICO TO A • ` •
SILK. CLOTHS AND
DOMESTICS, YANKEE 'NOTIONS,
HATS Awn OARS, CLOAKS,
" SHAWLS, BOOTS & SHOES,
IEARDIVARE, COOKERY; P A P'E It
HANGINGS., CARPETS, I
OM CLOTHS, I
FLOUR, PORK, FISH, SALT, IRON;
f NAILS, 'FARMING TOOLS,
• I' STONE WARE,
ANY THING YOU WANT:
- These Goods have been selected with groat
care. Since the decline, a largo portion of them
direct frtim the manufacturer. We propose to
sell them cheap for the Greenbacks. All kinds of
Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
• ' T. L. BALDWIN dc CO
Tioga, Pa., May 1,1367.
Grocery and Provision Store,
C. D. fiElli3Lii.;l,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIO, GREEN &6
CANNED FRUITS AND
WOW? & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CROCKERY WA-RE, -
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &c.,
A full and complete assortment of the above
mentioned goods ape best quality always on
. . , - . ,- , . • .
Particular attention paid ~lo Fine Groceries.
Dealers and Consuniers will tind it to • 'the_ir in
terest to examine hie Stook beforeAmyling.
Crning, N. Y., March 27, 1867. f •
- • MEAT. 'MARK - RT.
ALEONARD CtIffDETT, baying recently pur
chased Mr. Andraw .1. Tipple's interest in the
. • MEAT MARKET,
would say to -the citizens of Wellsboro and vi
cinity that he will continue the business at the
old Bqrst stand-- , giving lila entire attention in
tiUppllingilhe)viants of all 44:ii). may;: favor hitia
with their patronage. Constantly on hand
FRESH MEATS OF ALL RINDS. '
Shop one Door South of Derby's Shoe Shop.
It elisboro, April 10, 1867-tf. . '
Agent for the
L 111; ASSURANCE SOCIETY
THE UNITED STATES.
'lnstireiyour:Life at. s totati,Ageney..;
Wellsboro, April 17, 1887—tf. •
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
- 117 - m,p. VAN HORN hasmov.edhis Shoe SLop
Vl' to the building on iliO cornet. of \Valn nnil
Penti,strects,.rear of ]top's Block, where he is
prepared to fill all orders in the lino of
. Boots & .Shoes,
on g ‘ hof t t fiotko, and in u : tnanni* surpansi by
acne. Repairing done prondlitir said cheap. ,
• Apr. 24, 1867. .11;, B. VAN HORN. •
~.., LOMg OD OTT.
liis.,l ‘ ,)ll;)t cakes of, C. B.: ji:ELLY'S
o,cAprii9, , 1887..
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlOEs—LO,ttera of
admimistration having boon granted to the
undersigned 'upon the estate of Daniel Lamb,
late of Richmond, deceased, notioo is hereby
!given, to these indebted to, ,aatt those having
claims against said estate to 401 and 401110.1Vith
"Ji4lo:''Vti •A GUERNSEt Adm'rs.
• May 8, 1867-610,.. , -
kiMlTllcorrupt or - tainted Blood,
I/04_ are tech trdl , 'over. It may
burst out in Pimples, or Sores, or
' .in sortie actiVd:ditietiseroil it may •
Quterelyi 'kelt ',l , ott listless,• do
pa-cased and .goad for nothing.
But you 'cannot havb "good itealtlCwhile your
blood is impure . Ayer's.Sitreaparilia' , ptirges out
these impurities; ,it. expels disease and:restores
health and stimulate , s, stimulates organs of life into vig
orous action: 'Bence' le rapidii - euri3s a variety •
of complaints ivirich_iiro catiliettl4r- imPtirity of
the blood; such - air Berettas, or: King's'Evil, Tu
mors, Ulcers, Sores; Eruptto6..Pluipletr, Blotch- _
us, Boils, St. Antbonrs Fire, Hose or ii Erysipelas.
Totter or Salt 'Rheum; Scald Read; ing Worm,.
Cancer or Cancerous Tumors,ore Alos t lieniale
Diseases, such as Retention,l rregnianty; Sup
pression; Whites, Sterility;alatiSyphilis dr Vane.' •
real Diseases, Liver Complaints, and Heart Dis
eases. Try Ayer's Saisaparilla k and see for your
self the surprising activity with w,hichit cleanses
the blood and cures those disorders. , -
- During late'years 'the • i.tblic have been misted ,
by large bottler, pretending to givo'n. - quart o , •
Extract of ,llarsztparilla for. one dollar. 'Most o
these Who ;been frauds upon the sick; for they
not only Containjittleiif any, Sarsaparilla, bpt
often no curp.tive, ingredient ;whatever, ; Hence,
bitter disappoint ment his followed the,use of the
various extracts Of - Sarsaparilla which flood tho
market, until the mime 'itself 'heti beeohie -synony
mous with imposition and cheat... Still vie call
this compounck.Sorsaptirills;', and intend to
supply such' a remedy, nsshall rescue the. name -
from the load OCObloquy'Whlch rests upon it.
We.think we have .'ground for bellevipg •it has
virtues which are irresistible by the class of dis
eases it is intended to'cure. We'thin assure the
sit that we, offer . them - the best altdrative wo
kn w bow to Produce, and wo have reason to be
lieve; it is by far 'the most effectual purifier of the
blood yet discovered. • I
• Ayer's Cherry 'Pectoral is so universally known
to surpass every other' medicine for; the cure of
Coughs, Colds, !Influenza,- Hoarseness, Croup,
Bronchitis,lncipient eConsumption, and for the
relief df onsumptive Patients in advanced eta
ges of the disease, that it is useless here to re
count the evidence of its virtues. The world -
knows thetn.''. '
t ' i f
. . q .
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER at 00., Lowell,
Mass., and sold.by all .Druggists and dealers in
medicines everywhere. .
&old in Wellaboro by J, A. Roy: mayl-.2m.
( pit. T n. )
For all Dilemma.. incident to 'form, Cattle, and.
ihc Human nesh; reqii.rfng the use of
an Ex!ernal 'Appticittion.
MEM new.pemponnd, prepared by n praetical Chem
..ll. let, haying a fuliknowledge of all. the medical vir
toed 'of each ingredient that enters - IntO its composition,
is warranted to exceed anything of , the kind over yet
.the Public as an external application for the
diseases for which it is recommended, We are satisfied
that It Will work its own road into the confidence of all
Who use t`, and those who try it' once; will' never be -
without it', and therefore we rely on experience as the
best test of its usefulness. It Is pronounced by Farri
ers, and all who have tried it, to be the best applica
tion ever Used. This Embrocation has been put up for
over.eight years, and it is only through the Increasing
demand and urgent request of my friends and the
Public that I send it forth as the grand remedial agent
for the various diseases to which that noble and useful
animal, the horse, is subject. ,
Many remedies have been offered to the Public under
different forms, isorne,of these aro injurious, others at
beet of little me, and many wholly improper to an
swer the,purpose for which they aro recommended.
A judicious and really useful composition, free from
those objection's', has therefore long been desired by
many gentlemen who have valuable horses, and are un
willing to trust thern to the care of designing and pre
tended Farriers. Theit wishes are at length fully grat
ified, by (Dr, Beale) being pi -evened upon to allow this
EmbrocatiOn (which has proved so Meatns to the
various diseases ) to be prepared and brough out to the
This Embrocation was e:ite sively used by the Gov
ernment during the war. Address 'all Orders to
• DR. EDMOND EALE,
602 South Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
For sale by storekeepers genbrally. raprt37-em.
For sale at ROY'S Drug Store. *: •
.11DECOMING convinced that the wants of the
% LI pople of this and adjoining counties' !ar
rant nie in so:doing, I have constructed at rau4
expenst:, trtd finely arrtinged lot :Houses. for
proliaghtingGrepe•Vines, Blowers, and all 'kind's
of Green House Plante..; I devote-my whole time
to thts - pueiness and now offer, for eale the follow
GRAPE VINESHIona, Allen's "Hybrid, IsTuella,
Delaware, Hartforcl,Prolific, and all of the hotter
known varieties, which I offer at prices.that doily
Roses—Leant des Battaillos, Gen. Taequimi
mot. Gen. Washington, La Koine, Victor Verdier,
;thither°, Souvenir de Malmaison,'and ipany.eth:
er monthlies - . Also Moss and Climbing' Roses.
Among the Miscellaneous Plant's will be foetid
Heliotropes, Pansies, Tuberoses, Cinerpria, Cal
eeola,rim Caraations, Salvias, , Fuchias. of all
.t ronica, Myrtles, Geraniums of all vari
eties V rbenas of all colours, 'Tulips, Gimbals,
Dahlias, ,c-, &c.,‘io endthss variety. •
VEGE ABLE PLANTS — EarIy iind lath Cauliflow
ers. Ca) bases:—Early Winnin stadt; Ox Heart,
Large V ilrand Sugar Loaf, Dr er's Late Drum
head, -L to Red Drumhead an Plat Dutch.—
Sweet and Doll-shaped Peppers, Dreer's improved
Celery j ,Rountl'and Long Egg Plants. Among
many oilier varieties of Tomatoes, I would espe
cially call attention' to the'" Tilden' Tomato, a
new and choice variety, very early and highly
recommended by all experienced gardners and
mita-ion. Bouquets- of choice flowers for . sale.'
All plants nicely packed in moss and can be car
ried any distance with safety.
I extend a cordial invitation to all to, call and
ego the garden. HARRY MIX.
Towanda, Pa,, March 13,1867—im..-
WELLI i 3ORO ACADEMY.
SPRING.. TER* trill begin Wednesday, April
rttb, 1867. , •
Faculty tincha_ngSd. Students Should begin
the first day of term. ' •
Nitmerqus Priiee and other Honors may be won
by hard.tqorkitig-Students. . , • .
Pupils will be adulated for less than u term, by
special arrangement. '
Tuition bills may be paid in Produce.
Lot no bonest,•indigent student remain away
for lack of funds. . , .
Reduotione. Madb and time given, when de
This - will be the last term of School under, the
ptosent Faculty, and they will endeavor to make
it the best + , • ,
Fur Catalogues ,
_ Circulars, ttc., Address
D. D. ;VAN ALLEN, Principal.
April ISO. " .
. . .
P P - F gilt'
PATENT 1:44.0.111 GATE.
(Patented Sept. 11, 18134: -
I claim for it sr. .
Ist. The cheapest, Most ccnverGiit, and most
durablo Farm Gate in use.
, 2d. Any farmer can wake it with the use of n - 4
saw and , hammer.-
3d. - It, deco not sag the posta, ) aud cannot bo
brown open or shut. ,
4th, It is not Obstructed,byil,c *or 'snow.'
sth. It is streneet than any oßker gate, "and is
equally, so . when open or shut, nd .cannot be
blown 'open or shut, nor, does th Iffirdetit wind
affect it whdn open.
On the above claims and CellCßid 1 . 9 0 in regard to
ifs cheapness, cittrabitity, and convenience, u-W defy
competition.. It is a now gate and has been'but a
short time before the public, but in all cases it
has taken the preference over all other gates.
It costs, including poste, only $1.25 t 051.50,
and farmers coin make them 'lit oven led than
this—they do 'not cost tnore than nn ordinary ;pair
of, bare. , r
Township righti for sale on tortes very 'ps4tri i •
ble to the purebseer..„• ; Farat -rights • - fox sale for
$3,00 each. khavo put: thorn down to thiS luvr
figure so that pone need . be withoile then]; only
be sure and okninino — this inifSte Purobas)ng of_
tiny:other. , • •
AnT . 'one wishing furtheeliarliculars will ; 'lease
address the -subscriber, all orders' r poly°
prompt attentien: Address, • . • -di
• - •0.. S. lIIMBALLi- •
• Apr. 24, '67—tf. Oeeola, Tloga Co.
j. 71 INSURANCE' AGENCY. '-'
- AtESSRS: NICHOLS it MITCHELL -mould
, respectfnlly inform the people of
cintty, that they hare t i lte agency of some of the
'Life gr. Fire• Insurance,:Oompazies
In the States, and aro noiv'propured•'to Inkrt4 at
reasonable rates. ' ' '
Mr. MITCHELL having boon pplstlititod '
/V 0 TA BY •P Ul3 LIC,
wilt ottani iliomptly to any imeinesS relating to
Itis.alice, which may ,be entrusted to"him.
They will be found at the oth'ee•forwetiy• °Ceti
pied •by ItowrdY and - Wilson, on 'Alain' StMect,
Wellshord; Pa." • • ' Merch
HAP KNESS"I& -RILEY;
BOOT ,AND, - spo, ,MAKERS,
- It °VOIR 110011 YOTlpill'A iId4SI[`E4TORE.-
OOTS ANWSEOES. pf • all•*lnas mado to
nrdnr apci in ilia icolk•nattnEich. •
2 ;EKAT I IN M ,° (1all kilMsid9llP,Pr a m P tdY and
goad. qrs.". 3 Fs 1- . LI "'
: 10 4 1 4
1 wit] itrLu.
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