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ROME ' MATTERS.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19,.1868
0 . 4 , 211 A LODGE, No. 317, A, Y. M., meets at their Mil,
over Di. Roy's drug store, on Tuesday evening, on or
before tho Full Moon, at 6 o'clock I'. M.
CLIAPTEP., NO. A. M., invote;
ou Thur Any eveutok, ou 0 1' bcfuria tho
Itouu, :It 6 u . tiocli P. M. •
TiutlA tie. 81, ie. & N. MASTER'S, ruoN-t•d ut
tio: 1101, ot, tho ttilta Friday of rush' enloudor
ILIUM it, at lock. P. M. •
TYAOAGIITON COMMA.); PERI% No. IN, of lc:N . 1011TR
TEMPLAR, and the appendant orders, meets at the
tl!e. flrot Frith°, of each calendar month, at
0 o'clock P. M.
Trusteeo' Notice—S. I. Power, et al.
Now Meat Market—A. J. Tipple.
hoots ‘1 , .. Skint—J. R. Embeec.
To owners - of Iforseg and enttle—Dr. Tobias
Attigneo's Notico—C. II Seymour.
CHANGE.—The temperance meeting
advertised for Middlebury Center Thursday eve.,
Feb. 20., is changed to Niles Valley.
Doki - Arroii.—The friends of Rev. o.'
L. Gibson, are invitato attend a Donation Par
ty, at the House of W. Bathers. Thursday
evening, 20th inst. A full attendance is request
DONATION.—The friends of Rev. S. M.
Brookman, are requested to attend a Donation
party at the ,house of Chas. Houghton, Stony
Fork, Tuosday evening, Feb., 25.
DONATION. W* are requested to
announce that the friends of Rev. M. L. Kern, of
Blossburg, will give him a Don lion party at the
Masonic Lodge room, over Nst Auerbach's
! store, Blocsburg, Wednesday' afternoon and
evening, March 4. Mr. Kern is Rectal. of St.
Luke's Episcopal Church.
QIJABTERLY MEETING.—Ware re
quested to give notice that the Freewill - Baptists
will hold a quarterly meeting in their Church in
Eeit SulliNsm,koniumnuing Saturday, Feb. 29th
inst., and listing,trvo:days.
DEDICATI(I.I.—We are requested to
state that the new M. E. Church at Cocola will - bo
dedicated to divine service on Tuesday, Fob. 25,
at 1O A. M.- Ituv. Mr. Searles, of lA.uburn, will
preach tho dedicatory sermon.
I.EAT MARNET.—M r. A.
1 1J. Tipple
has opened a meat market in the b lately
occupied by Dr. Webb as an office, on Crafton St.
We hope a generous patronage will be accorded
him. Ho promises to deliver meat! , anywhere in
the village to order.
COUNTER Sc,u,Es.- 7 -Our ftlend
Roberts, has been appointed the agent for the
sale of Bufo Platform Scales, of all sizes. He
has sample lt on hnnd, and can fuinish any size
not on hand to order best Scalea
in the world.
BON SHOT.—A 1 of SheritY
Putter's last Friday fore] resolver from
a stand drawer, and wink. :h it it was dis
charged.' The ball entered the right leg above
the knee and. passed don nward to the knee joint,
in which locality it ttill remairw. Dr. Packer
was called in to examine and dress the wound.--
Ho informs usl
tint the wound though Severe,
not dangerous. Probably that revolver will nev
er be left lying around loose again.
\AN ESCAPE.—Sheriff Potter reached
Philadelphia with but five of the six convicts he
bet out With. Mott, sentenced forlte larceny of
a coat, went into the Irator closet of the ear be
tween Troy and Williamsport, and jumped from
the window while phe cars were running tit the
rate of fifteen miles atthour. 'Phu train was !top,-
ped at once, and ii....farge force went in search of
the daring fellow, but nut a trace of him could be
discovered. The search was continued fur two
day: without avail. It is supposed by sonic flint
be was thing into a heavy drift el snow, and
&waned. If to, ha is doubtless dead, as thu
:'I.IW drifted badly during the night of his escape.
II took Ins shackles with him. — No blame is at
t,whed erd charge,
.'Hulluit MATTEns.--ilev. frenry J.
W. Allen, Rector of St. Paula Church in this vil
lage for more than n rear past has received and
teteepted a call to the Recturahip of a flourishing
peneh near PrbUrg. chronicle iii d -
tare with tegr t that is shared by u large num
-1,,q. vt friends.) :His talents entitle him to, and
calmot !di/ to triqi for him, titst-elites teputo tr a
preitcher. while his uttainmenty place hint in the
Met tank of scholars, It is not probable that St.
Paul'a parish will replace hint very soon. Such
awn are not waitir:g for places. We opine that
he deserves credit for refusing five calls to mine
profitable fields 'uf labor, and only accepted the
oath, with a salary treble that he received here,
titer much hesitation. We congratulate the par
ish to which hu gobs alma securing the pastoral
services of a high-toneg, practical ehristiun gen
tleman. Wellsboro will miss both him and his
FIRE IN lIROOKFIELD..—Ff ODA Mr.
r. D. Leonard, wfslearu that a heavy loss by tiro
occurred iu Brookfield, on the 12th :inst., to-day
week. The now dwelling of Mr. Otis Carpenter,
a model farm house, was discovered to be on -fire
Letween eleven and twelve, forenoon, fout too
late to rescue much of the furniture. The family
was absent and the house locked-up. A tire was
ktit in Loth Izitchen and sitting room, and is sup
posed to have comißttpistcd plike,kuilding.frout
ono or die other of the stoves. The loss is , .heavy,
raid almost irreparable at this inclement •season'
the year. There was some iniuranee on the
- GOssi?.--For this week, at least, our
gossip shall he practical, and for the benefit of the
%ringers and their wives and daughters. Work is
a good thing—involving the salvation or ruin of
bodies and souls, according tts it is done, with
Judgment or against it. As a rulegarmers work
too many hours, too continuously, and tort hard.
It is assumed that fanning, is the healthiest omit-,
pation'in which men can engage. That depends.
Just now we guess a census of the health of the
world would show more ashes and pains, more
elnunio ailments among fanners and their
tban,among any other two classes counted
together. In looking over the annual Report ut
Curwen, Suwilltenitentuf, the .itiuttlifospitalii
for the Insane ut Harrisburg the other clay, we
note..l the usual fact That a very large proportion
vt the inmates of that hospital were farmers
oineupation. The *use of this is assigned, and
truly, to the arduous labor and lack of diversion
among the agrieultural population. And then,
again, the habit of eating which prevails among
this class of eitizln . s breeds !pepsin, itg
more acute and dangerous Cu its, rheamati,m.--
It is astonishing what an amount of
prevails among the presumed-to-Leraggedest
workers in the world. When a man of sedentary
habits gets dyspepsia he is recommended to go
upon a farra; and if be goes, he is lien'efited, and
often cured. Why, then, should the farmer have
dyspepsia? Because ho overfeeds, when the sys
tem is exhausted by too severe labor. A heavy
mord should. never be taken when one feel? tired .
Think of it : Do you feed your horses immediate
i3: after a hard drive? Nut if you are wise. Ii a
man mole hardy of dige.tion than a horse' We
do not think so. It is well early, Lut is
evi SVC•A to work before breal.fusr. You Jo not
trite your lames before feeding 'in the r morning.
L a man of less account than a horse' Violent
.t . ct.reis., , upon a full stomach is not Ida.. You
Pranr to give your horses twenty minutes rest of
:Er feeding. Is a man more hardy than a poi se?
IA: us go into the kitchen : Mother work; hard
nstli, iron, and cook, and' is ash dishes all day.
taglit die takeli her sewing and works until
o'ds,k, If she arose ut five, elf: works nigh
en Lours pd. dil l y. So Ale grows fast,
!,rty arioug ailments, awl linallf dies "till of
.5.11.1 en." Nobody ic to blame. The doctor,
:mil, suggests heart disease, and the ehildrrn
put mi mourning._ Nobody learns anything from
` 1 " , a1t4195t compulsory suicide. Tho boys shit -
41e. up, have lute of pains and aches, and the old
folks lay it to groyth : , at alk,
Aches and pains do not cotne from
legal operations. They are penalt L
laws. A boy should bo trhined to
never suffered to do a mall's work.
that ‘th s ' and lose'your boy. It i
nor is it j human. Keep the boys tu
MAI work ended to tender bone !I
repeat—work is good-- - -very good
nonce, but let it be in Win tnoders
is not all we tue born and live to o
an incident, not an object. Lrit
don't uroloe t tl, don't work beforo
don't work ndore than ten hours a
So shall you be healthy, and wise,
as clod intended you to be.
—The following beautiful tribut I
of one known to many, of ()ir r
trot& the fur west:
"When a great man dies, the voi.
end the pen of literature-eulogize
c.otuul his praise, anti pieturo to an,
lie the virtues of him who has fa!
with one whose brow is not.deekeli !
lof Fame. Ile dies; a few loving)
tears of sorrow over his grave, and
fish world moves on without a sigh
had not been.
I ' eV,_
Belonging to the latter class, thete up eared in
your columns a few weeks since, th nu oof one
who was dear to the writer of thes r t liries. Our
acquaintance beganamong strange i s. From that
time to the day of his death, the liter ilaw much
to respect, love, and admire, in th character of
his young friend. Lilco all mortal ho had his
faults and weakness. But, his pieldy, literary nt
tainments, and cheerfulness under affliction (he
had been an invalid for years) won the esteem of
all who knew him.
He was a true Christian'. - Sineci
zealous, and pure in his motives,
the religion of the Bible froth t.'rin
from irupulso. 4 lle was a gentle=
vices as a teacher, integrity as a of
disposition, and cordiality as a co
friend are known to all who formeti
tance. The many pleasant momen
together will never be. forgotten,
lasts. Fond recolleetiOn will ever
as green spots In the desert of lite.
the freshness of youth. His sun h
merged in the clouds of Immortalit
reaching the meridian of its allotted
believe it will rise again to shed
fairer, better land than this. Ho it
cannot call him wo ca
memory, profit by hie example, an
lug hearts-and loving hands piste
flower on.the spot that mai - ks the
atom A. i3 , AL-N..„,_
Winter Term has just closed, and
say that just that kind and degree
meat necessary to maintain the se'
porous condition, has not teen oxt
public. Mr. Hodgson lacks Be
characteristics which assist to ren
this region a paying business. H
ho will not blow, and ho cannot liN
At the same time he appears to us
awn quiet, unostentatious gentle
rigidly conscientious in giving th
and mind to the work of teach'
graduating under i his training wil
_solid, rather that a showy educe
friends of the Aca!demy will come
the patronage, and keep their -child
steadily, we can ptladict for the schb!
ire future, and fur Prof. Hodgson i'i l
Tho names of two of the stu
Parker and Franklin Scars—have
11 . 3 us deserving of special mention f
ficiency and punctuality. Neither I I
tent during the term.
"HORSE PORTRAITURE ;
Cairn Simpson; Townsend k Adam!
New. York." 410 pages, 12 mo.
This hook might base been style
mance of Practical Horse Breeding ai l
without - flattery to the author, who 1
practically and technically a therou
is thoroughly in love with his subjec'
is written in an easy, eonversationa
porting to he a series Of conecreat
preceptor and pupil. No attempt
diAgUrtl3 progresAve teaching.
with the stable," the anthco
reader :Hot ;4., with him consecutively,
to impress Ilk ideas upon the mind
exactness. The leader sill recogni.
thee n man of method and duminati
sense, and find Col3fidenet; in him gr
reads. We have never seen it wo
snbject so free from horse-talk, ca,
matism. The author In his brief pi
that thin the work of a beginner i
lug; but few beginner's have begun
is it brother of R. C. Simpson
onrruAity.—The Troy ()aid s
•'We chronicle with regret the death of
weed citizen, Stephen Pierce, Esq-, 'who I
late been a I (Adeut of Wellsbure, hat in
(pence of failing health has for some time)
under the care of Dr. Rockwell, in this
Mr. Pierce was born in Smithfield Bradfor.l
and was übout 51 years old nt the time
death, which took place on Wednesday in
at the house cf G. F. Redington."
EARLY GOODRICH P ATOES.— Win.
Hudson, Port Plain, N. Y., in to Conabil ( - 1 ""I'"?
says, "alter cultivating the Early Goodi tell for
three seasons, planting it side by side %%MI the
June, Buckeye, Sebee, Cottage, •Dyckman: Unreel,
Peacbblow, Harrison, Calico and Gleason. takillg
yield, quality, earliness and entire freedom hem
disease into consideration, it is all we cad rea
sonably expect in a•potato:'
The American Agriculturalist says, "We here
good reports of this seedling from all qua teri,
it is very peoductive, not liable to rot,,an4 of good
For sale - by M.D. Prince at his Flour end Fred
Store, Wellshoro. -
TEMPERANCE LECTURES. —V. I 'l'.-
Roberts, of Delaware, will address the - people 01
Tioga County at the following times and places:
,Upland-, Friday evening, February 14.
Occola; Saturday evening " 15. •
. Knoxville, Monday even 'g " 17.
Farmington Hill, Church Wednesday eve Fe -119
Wellsboro r Friday evening February . "
Whitneyville,.Monday evening February" 24
Mansfield, Tuesday evening \February 25
Covington, Wednesday evening February" 26.
_ . .
Roseville, Friday evening February
Morris Run, Saturday evening February'"
Mr. Roberts is doing a grand work in co ga
ing Good Templar Lodge; in all plaee
there are no similar organizations to do the ni
is an eloquent advocate, and we bespeak 1
full houses and, unlimited. success. Friend:
the several localities will oblige by extend
these notices so that all may have . an opporial
to attend the meetings.
PLANK—DUNHAM.—In Knoxville. Fel'
MS, by Rev. Mr. Hard, Mr. Dan W. Plank.
Brookfield, Tioga Co. Pa., and Miss Libbie
ham, of Howard, Steuben Co. N. Y.
-FR Ann—SHUMWAY.—In Drool:1101J, 1
9, 1863, by John 0. Holmes, Esq. ; Mr. Mm.
zer, and Mies Sarah M. Shumway, all of Pro
Rt) T'Adytown, — Ftiteg Cp. Y.
Jan. 9. 1863, R. 40.-. Jolin Robinson, aged shoal
BUCK Li:N.—Delmar, Jan., 10, 1868,
n uekl"Y, f , vP(l 25 yrs. 10 mos. anti 12 ds.
A dear brother has passed away;
afely he crossed the river of life,
thiPp around him lay,
Ile warded off by manly strife.
To Owner's of Horses ':and Cat (le
•rOlit I.F,' DP.ERY CONDITION ' POWDERS AR I L
nail - anted superior to any others, or no p..y. 1 ,1 0
the (11 , ~f Pfsh•iniu•r. Woring, Rots, C 0115 1 .13, !111
1,0(11111. 0,11.. fie.. irbiforses: and Coldn, Comps. 1.... s
of Milk, lihtek Tongue. /torn Dintemper, de.. ii. U ,,-
tie Tim:, are perfectly nide and innocent; rbAlli IA ..r .
, flopping the werkine l lef your nrilinaln. They' itnere....•
flieniperilo. etc.. n Roo cont. nit e 31150 Ilia stomach 'um
urinal yorgnes: nlim Increase the malt of cows 'rite
them. arid you still never be withoutithem, Dull,
Woodruff, the celebrated trainer of trotti n g horses. 11...
need them for yearn, and recommends them to Id.,
friends. Col. Philp. D. Misfi t of the Jerome Ifni e
Co nice, Forilluan , N. Y , would not use them until he
was tom of what they are composed, since which. I I o
in never without them. lie hits over twenty mu m%
herself In his charge, and for the last three yeare I, I
used no other medicine for them. Do lini lanai., Pill
milted Me tv refer uny one to hint. • Over 1,000 orbit
references eau he area at the depot. Sold by Druge.ist i ln
111111 :4.1.1 , 11PrP. price , 2.5 wits pt.r box. Depot. ;1G
Cottlandt iitrent, Njw York. /FM/. IVj
T7ISPRAY.—Fume lute the enclosure of th
17,4 subscriber in Delmar, about the 12th iii
u light rod STEER, star in forehead. The onto
is requested to pay charges and reclaim.
Jan. 29, 188S-3t. LURA LOCKE.
go .d' people,
.ny .f nature's
les ior violated
Save a dollar
. not economy,
work. but let
THE AMERICAN COOKINti STOVE
No an ielo of larniture requires more care in
liolecting than a emitting Stove. Among the
great variety in the market and the strong rec
ommendation of curb, by interested parties,
those not G ii li,t with tho operation of Stoves
are liable to mato - , poor suiections ; while each
may hnt c sumo good points, nearly all hove some
serious dtoCts. The improved American Hot
Air Cooking Stove, manufactured by Shear, Pack
ard it Cu., of - Albany, N. Y., is the moat complete
mean its arrangements of airy stove 3 et produced.
The manufacturers have spared ho pains or ex- .
reuse to mahe this stove perfection itself, and
they have succeeded admirably. It meets the
approbation ot• the people throughout the coun
try, hr both coal anti wood, and is universally
spoken of in terms of the highest praise, and no
one should make a selection without giving the
Improved A Orerican a careful ILIA thorough ex
amination, 1111 d after doing 60, they cannot foil
b e ing eon ( - ince(' of it% t-tiperiorily over all 01110TP.
_Corn ilqf -
a easing onli
in. It i 3 only
El§ Diet, and
ay, as a rule,
id As wealthy
to tho worth
.a of eloquence
lon.ll Not Fo
by t o wreath
the old, sel
as toughh ho
The largest, best and cheapest assort
ment-of frames ever broughtinto Tioga County,
WO large pictures in every way to suit, and wadi,
p • Ototaaplis at $l,OO per doz., all going fast at
Frate,peneer's Art Gallery, Mansfied, Pa.
23-tf. 3 -t
DMZ Ei.*B TO TUE NEIIVOIJS AND DEBILITATED
Whosesit &rings have been protracted from hidden
eausea, and ;those ca'es require prompt treatment to
render a ximtvnee desirable. If you nresuffering or have
etuffered from involuntary discharges, what effect does
it pro.luct , upon your general health? - Do you feel
weak, debilitated, ea-diy tiled ? Dues a little extra
ext.' Coe preduce palpitation of the heart? Does
your iher. or ni inqrs organs, or your kidneys, fre
quently got out of order 1 Is your urine sometimes
thick. milky, or Micky, Or is it ropy or settling? Or
doe. a thief, scam rise to the top? 'Jr is a sediment at
the bottom alter it has stood nubile? Do you have
spells of short breathing or dyspepsia? Are your bow
els constipated! Do you have epeos of thinting or 111611-
es of blood to the head? 10 your memory itupaired ?
Is your mind constantly dwelling upon this subject?—
Du yeu feel dull, listless, moping. tiled of company, of
life? Do you wish to be lett alone. to get away from
everybody / Dees oily little thing make you start or
Jump% layout sleep broken or restless? Is the lustre
of your eye as bt 'Mani? The bloom on your cheek as
bright? Do you enjoy yourself in society 00 Welt?—
pur,ue )our business with the sante ettergyr—
Lho you feel as much confidence in yourself? Are your
gir t,*(t s dull anti flagging. gi% en to fits of melancholy?
If so, (10 nut lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have
you tiliditts? Your hack wcuk; your knees
weal; and have but little appetite, and you attribute
this to dyspepsia or liver complaint ?
un, rei 1.,
ulet.self abuse, venereal discus. a „Aly , tired,
and sexual excesses, are all capable of producing it
wt•akness °filo , generative organs. The organs of gen
t:ratan.. a hen id pet feet health, make the man. Did
you lima: that lbw° bold, deflaat, energetic, per
severing, rItICCC3nIII 1.:1114110/9 111011 ^ nre always those
3 3 o ttetative organs aro in perfect health? You
never bear catch men complain of being melancholy, of
l i c re,,asa e —, of palpitation of the heart. Theyaro ne•-
cr 411,m1 they v.inuot succeed 11 business; they don't
bereme esd turd discouraged j they are always polite
and pied:MlA in the company of ladies, cud look you and
theta right ig the face—cone of your downcast looks
or ahy other mean items about them. I do not mean
these who keep the organs enflamed by running to ex•
tress 'thus will nut only ruin the coustitutione. but
also those they tio business with or for.
is; ardent, and
leiplu and not
an. His *scr-
Ozen e amiable
bis I acquain
ts tie passed
recur to them
mi died in
s set. It was
r, long before
beams on a
!. this simple
ome of SEY
half of the
cce reg.;:t to
ool fn a pro?...
nded L. the
cr teaching in.
6 cannot beg,
o on nothing.
Ito he one of
ien, witu are
carry awns a
brwi rd with
Lren at sch Gal
Hoy ninny men from badly•cured diseases, fiom the
rift-et; of selfalmse and excesses, have brought about
that tot:ar of weal:Heti in thogeorgatm that lute Teduced
the gcllol,ll system Su tamh as to Induce almost every
ether dig, as e—idiudy. lunacy, patalyste, spinal affect-
Hm, ouicale, and almost every other form of disease
humanity is heir to, it ad 'lto real cause of the
tt °idle .tr , ely over suspected. and have doctored for
all but the tight
!how oiKallisegil'ird the lice of a diututin.
11C1.4110tarll F1,1511l EX'r9tAo'l' 11UCLIl1 6 tlio At tat
/:,a1.•11.,..,,..11-1 a 4.'0, Mill vitro fur , Ilsiatstes of tin,
der, Kola, Droniy, Organic ‘Vealrliess,
iu rid and all , 11.4ca4en of
Ito inat3 , 41:11. , bethur ext.lting iii !data ur
ounce originating and nu matter
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Cell nftiued It)
u• , I; ...11111...t L, v 011111,11,1 to, rtilltUlliptii.OlUt
t•fisat.. hn IL.rlt and blood itac duppurted
i 11.111 lbt',t• •i , rllllt'Y, Mill }O'Ritli ti,d hal , Pinehg, and
Thai of th up•dim milpt n4r of n rollablo
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with w uch
11,101 ohu nuffervel for years 11010 tiers oun
1.• letilli I I,lirif W Dc•cn7.nnd all lha oit , t'll; or youth
ful i 101 cm, o ill. for rho ' , ace of sulfoi log human
it )q-'d tree to ati NrtINO 'Well it, till., riTillt! 111111 frat.e
-tl.lll lot in..; the ,itouto rtquoly by ahirh ho W/ISI
rill : .1112,' LI/ pl'lliit ht I ht. adver(igers
el/01 fence, r.w du :‘ be 3. , ..111‘81,111g. ill perfect confj
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SIMILIA SIMILIBUS OURANTUR,
FT A v t .; 1 , 10 )% Et). NMI TUE Mi)ST A 11-PIA:
f. no.. 1•11 t II 4. Sllllllll,--1 . 1 . 011111t
E.,.1111,10 111,1 are 'tidy Mtdicitivn
pours tl :1 I Wt. , / '1 , 1 1 1:r ,Iratplo that nah
1.31;, z , rnunut Isl. mad, 111 thou!; r.o harruies4 it I 0
blf ce cr,km dnnecl. ;ma oncietit as to bu a1w;134 le .
/1,1,10. li • r h.no r,i14f.,1 lbo higlko.t conmotidation
Lvm..ll •.11 I :t•lttler tat
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, 041,g Fevers. C , ) 11•Z. , Intl, n lhni mat ion ...... ‘25
.!, du W okins wog 10-voor, Woroi•colio - 21)
.1., Crying li.•, 'l . ..thing of infatit,..
4, do Di arr h coa .f > 'iodicn or lotoit,,
5 , ` 1 ” DySolltdril,
6 , do Cholera-Morbus. vomiting 25
7. do Coughs Itrotichitin v... 25
8 , , do Neuralgia. TouUmcbe, Vac.mclie 25
9, ilo Headaches, Liek•lleatiaclie, Vertigo... 2.
fr Dyspepsia. VW t 25
11, du Suppressed or painful Period! , 25
12, thi proluic,
°roll!). Breathing 25
14,' Salt Rheum. L ulpelui, Eruptions... 25
15, dii rtheian a ti s rn, Ll,,Jum,itic Pains 25
'll 'II , Fever and Ague, Chill Fever. Agnes 50
GI, do Files, I,lnot illet'd !IP! 50
14 du Ophthalray,uud sore or %look Eyes.... 50
do catarrh. chrome iiithulati 50
do whooping-Cough, violent Coughs... 50
21 Asthra;i, theathiug 50
22,, do Bar Discharges, iinpuited nesting.. 50
tio Scrofiali, enlarged Glands, Swellings.. 50
_A "ed.llo/39. 50
2 4; Goneral Deb 11 1 -? l .rys la_l 11 1i
25, do Dropsy, scanty Secretions 50
do Sea.Sicknoss, sickners from riding... 50
,27, do Kidney-Disease, Gravel 50
2.'3, d, Nervous Debility, SulDinal
Dioelialgeg 1 00
20, do Sore Mouth, Culrken• 60
3 0, Jo Urinary Weakness. wt•ltlug bed... 5 0
31 . du Z'ainful Periods, with . 5 1- 01 . 401 1 50
511fferinga AtAllge of fife 100
33, do Epilepsy. spasuis, St. Vitt& Dance 100
34, do Diphtheria. ulcerated Sore .Thront SU
Y OASES. ,
OF f;fi LkIICIC VI U.. 7. 510A1UCCO CASE, CuNTAINIZ.O
CIFIC lull LVIRY ORDINARY DIePLASE A FAMILY
nuoTiCT To, - AND A 11606 OF DIRECTIONB $lO 00
Ftualivr FAMLLY awl tvituso cueed, with I.'o to
NI di 0 to 0
Spedikz , Ift , l tiIIt.APES both for Curt-
IN° alio lot PniVf.NTIVL treittniClit, and 11-
:th and poo6.•1 /• t• to $5
I.;:iy- The-, hume.lb.N by the case or single box, arc
6eIlL to ally l.ut of the couittry, by or Express,
free or khaL l .:. • teLetpt at the pike.
Addri, liumphreys' Specific
Lioineoputhie Medicine Company.
Vlbc• amt li , por, 6a7.2 EnoIDW6Y, NEir
iit—S:/ conntiltol dally lit his 01114 e, per;
sonailly'ut by letUl Lit hii 1011118 or diseike,
FUR 8.1 L 1: iii A L le CU 0 IST&
\A7 ITII ITS GL. , 0311' i - LOlN'—Loir
SPIRITS, DEPIIE , qON, INVOLUNTARY
L‘•sv ot , SINEN,I SPERM.VTORRIIOO. 0 ,,
P“WER, DIZZY ITEAII, LOSS OF MEM-
Llil" ANIS TORRATRNED IMPOTENCE ANT) 11k1-
./i/ol U SGVERFLON CURT; /it HUAI
NI HEYS' lIO3IEOPATIIIC SPECIFIC
4N'o TIV ENTY•EIG fl T.
0011111w:0i ./1 11111.0,4 valunido mild end potent
1.1:11 ell nt one. the toot of the matter, tone
up tln ~vNieul. arrer4 the discharges, end Impart vigor
on.l eon c?,itfr n,.d vihdity to the ettlre 1111111. They
~,,.,i'otookeloh, of eased. Pi ice $3 per package of
rim Lows. and %hi. or.i••1 per Pingle box. :?old by drag
u.•l on ieceipt of price. Address
111.1M1•0111:1"..1' 61`)X.1 Fit; ISOM EOPATIDC MEDI
CI CI?.. UL: BIWADIVAS, MLR - YORK. 2lnegGi—ly.
The hrc 1..11',‘ A 1,11 WILSON,I43I r. 1.1141 Wet; ,At
t.. ,01 • 1,, , it. t ‘s fib the di•
rcet.otts b.r I.,.ttzttt2 Ra.l tI, the Aitttplv , retnetly by
ulurh 11, 1.1111,1 tsi at 11.144 iliki`tillll nod that dread
imly object in to Lenelit tiic
~al,,(ol:tia,l II to I) Nitlforer e,fll II) tbf, 1.1.
~•,t 0.4,11‘ all.ty ptote
ti 1 , 1( Jidda
- 2....inay 67 li
TN LANK I:I;PTCY I)iEtriet or Pa.,
T.. ,huts it w.iy ew.runt ; Ilillior_
t igned horei.N gk but we vi t.i o.ppc.ititmuill 113
it is IlleN Fiogi
I'..snura; : wll,. has 1,0(.1 adjudged a baokrupt upon
ovo petition by Ibu lhiztriet Court
Diptrict. M. P. 13141,10,11`,
Delmar, Feb. 5, 1868-t As.sigine
For sale by CoN V Rnsi h 0.5006,
11:41mirt, Pah, Jun 15th, 3sr
•'.vl Viii h.. and
••• with liAlt :itrt•vt. Iphin. Pa
Ti) 'r iNS triIIPTIVES.,
O TILE PUBLIC
ift Ar E.' SSRS . KING & EASTMAN would In
jj..l, form thsir friends und the public generally
that they have fitted up 'a 'now Photograph' Gal
lery in the best possible style. Having ono of
best SKY=LIGHTS in the St 'to, wo aro prepared
to take all styes and sizes of I
AMBROTYPES & ME
in the best artistic manner, fo
large or small. Largo PHO I
from small Cards or old Dag
ceased friends. No trouble t;
Brieg them alon
Sample proofs always give
Come and try um.
.pa-Oullery over Eastm.
Filth Door below Roy'e Drug
Jan. 15, 1868—ly
NOW IS. YOU 3, TIME
at T. L. BALDWIN & CO'S, ...Tioga,
Jai). 15,1868-2 w
Go to KELLEY'S and see thol
Consisting of a F eucral ash
A 2 ' :It
0 p M I lg P' P 4
0 t ej o 1 U ~r 4
-c) cf o x,
ca t z g 0
g H So 0
MRS. FRY'S COIjSET AND , SKIMP
S..2laPla In 911(1,4 Jaw] ow 03i pull Ituu
NEW DRESS GOODS AT KELLEY'S
5'A'.4 . 19a.11 . 0 , SIAIVIIS aaluhit
GENTS' FURS AT KELLEY'S
N“ charge f, a SHOWING GOODS ut
C. B, KELLEY'S,
It'all..burn. Our. 31.1, 1467
Stoves & Tin Ware
FOR THE MILLION
Good poople ail, bothjgreat and small,—if you
want to keep •
PEACE IN THE FAMILY
you must have enough to oat, dry wood, a good
wife, well-behaved children, and to crown all, a
TIP TOP COOKING STUB!
This litet;and crowning good, I have at my Tin
mid Stove establishment, opposite Roy's Block,
Welldboro, and Its nauae is the )•
HOME COMPANION ;
on all hands utimitted to be equal to any in the
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
promptly, and warranted to giro satisfaction
exec ed in the best manner and with dispatch
CALL AND SEE ME
IVellsborougb, Noy. 21, 1367
NEW FIRM, NEW 60011 S
AND NEW PRICES,
.\T TIOGA, PA.
WICKHAM & PARR, having taken advan
tage of the late decline in the market,
have received their stook and are prepared to
furnish those in want of
At the loweht cash rates. The stock cOnsists of a
general assortment of
AND YANKEE NOTION r-"`
Both vtap)o and fancy.
Hats Sc Caps Boots cfc, Shoes,
PORK, FLOUR, SUGAR, TEAS,
And many other articles too numeroga to men
tion. Wu wtmltl say to Aierehanta, Farmers, and
nll ()theta in want of l'Olth". oc CIDER. 'MR
11E1.8, BUTTER Fl/tACINS AND. TUBS, that
they Call tied them in any quantity, wholesale or
retail at our storo. This work is iitt net and
tra it ins 4 tnaunfAcitired here at the
Tiqui. Duo, 11, 1887.
F Lockets or Cases,
I OeRAPHS copied
aerreotypes of de
I n's Dental Oilleo,
Latest Arrival of
D. P. ROBERTS
ry - 0-oods.
Every one in need of Dry Goods, who desires"
to secure tho
FULL WORTH OF THEIR MONEY,
and to buy Goods cheaper on an .averago of pri
ces than at any time dating the past 5 years, can
do so b 3 calling on the subserlbsra,
3 CONCERT BLOONi CORNING,
Our stock is nearly all new and'all put in at tho
NEW SCALE OF LOW PRIDES.
Read the following list and.oompl it with the
prices of the past• g r 3 years:and decide for
aro not cheap,
Ccimmon Prints, ` ' ' 8 cts
Good ' , 10 "
Warranted fast colored Prints . 1.27 ."
Heavy Sheetings yard wide ' ' , il2i.i"
Fine Brown . Sheetlngli . 123 "
Fine Bleached "123, "
Red Flannels twilled or plain, 25, 311:, 3'ri, 44, 50
Grey Flannels twilled, 31k, 373, 44, 50
a reduction of from 123 to 20 eenttryer yd.
Fancy Shirtinga, 81k, 44,16,"Verycheap
Tickings, Stripes, Denims, !Coteau Jeans, Cot
.. tonades, arc reduced - full as much. •. .
STILL GREATER BARGAINS IN
36 in. wide handsome fine French Morinees, • ,75
38 ./ a n I, i, “ 1,00
40 6 " extra qualities " if 1,25
in all colors in each lot. They are full 30 per
cent less than the prices of 30 days ago, and are
the best bargains in the County. Empress Cloths,
Alpacas and Paramettas are equally cheap.—
Any one in need of Winter Dress Goods will do
well to call on us,
SHAWLS, CLOAKS AND CLOAK
CLOTHS ARE VERY CHEAP.
Wo havo made the following roluctions from
the priceiwol3o des ago.
$6,00 Double Shawls, good colors, now $ 4 , 50
$7,00 Double Shawls, good colors, now 5,50
87,60 Double Shawls, extra qualities, now 0,00
89,00 Double Shawls, extra qualities, now 7,00
83,00 Beaver Cloth, yards wide, now . 2,60
84,00 Beaver Cloth, yards wide, now 3,60
$4,60 Beaver Clot ; 17i yds wide, Black, now 3,50
. 8 0 ) 0 0 to $7OO Boas* White Back Chinchilla,
best quality in market, now 5,00
These goc+ wore all considered cheap at our
first prices one month ago.
FURS are reduced full 30 per cent. Our
'BOOT AND SHOE STOUR is
full of bargains,
We sell Women's AlorrOceo Balnuaels, $1,50
We sell Women's Kip Shoes, 1,50
Also largo lots of Fine Work, such ad Button,
Polish, BalLporal, and Congress, in Kid, Morroneo
and Serge, for Lndies, Misses and Children nt
Me Lowest Prices•the Market will afford.
We buy Goods almost daily, and sell
J.IA. YATIMISIS k Co.,
V Conning, N. Y
Deo. 4, 1867
CLOTHING : :
De LAND. & a Co.,
'RAVE added to the ) ir stook a complete ea
li l •
Which they offor at 25 per cent less than such
Goods were ever sold for in
Good suits for.
BUSILDE LANO. 1
Wollsboro, Nov. 20, 1867.—1 y
LADIES' Veati and Drawers, at
Do LANO dt CO'S
CARPETS at New Yorl. Prim!, at
Do LAND & CO'S.
C OTTON YARN, at
A LARGE Stook of Boots and Shoes, at
Do LANG /ft CO'S.
FRENCH CORSETS, at
Do LANO 3; CO'S.
FAxay CLOAKMOS, at
. • Do LANO CO'S.
MRS, E. P. MITCHELL,
is now selling
A . CQRDIAL invitation o all. Como and
.1 - 1. Moo. - You will jet find fine aattortmont of
all articles pertaining to the illinory.
.lire. E.ID, NITQXMLL.
Jan. 22, 1.888-tf., • Iltoe,N Street, • Tioga, Pa.
DE LANO & CO,
Do iANO Sc CO'S
DUG AND BOOK STORE!
C.. V. ELLIOTT, M. D.,
Ilasjust return , d from Now York with a full as
OILS, PATENT MEDICINES, DYE
CHINA & BOHEMIAN. WARE,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT S,
TOYS, and all other articles found in
DRUG AND BOOK STORE I
Which he offers at prices D PYING 1
CALL AND EE !
Remember, in the BRICK LOCK, Main Street,
2 doors bolow Wellsboto Street,
Nov. 13,1867.-3 m i
Te. - 1;747
J. R. Bowen & Co.,
NAVE just received from the city a large and
varied assortment of
Bought since the decline in prices, and will! bo
sold accordingly. We rospootfully invite atten
tion to our stock of
OASSIIVIERES, BEAVER . CLOTHS,
also, a large line of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AL
APACAS, and other DRESS GOODS'
and DRESS TRIMMINGS, '
Also, a largeband new assortment of
READY\ MAIDE CLOTHING,
fat greatly reduced prices.
LADIES' FURS—a nice assortment, new
BON—TON,;, 'and oilier kinds of HOOP
HATS AND CAPS, HA R DWARE
HANDMADE BOOTS AND SHOES,
,And man other things which we will be pleased
to show to all who will call and examine our
Stock of Goods
Dolor° purchasing elsewhere, as wo believe it will
pay you for your time and trouble.
SMALL PROFITS, QUICK SALES, &
READY PAY IS OUR MOTTO.
Don't forget to call nt the
Empire Stoke, No. - 1 Union Block
Wolleboro, No'y. 13, 1867.
Old sixty-sren—new sixty-eight—
Vhe old Jeeps with its fathers;
The new • - rids-knocking at the gate
Of every ortal ; And MATHERS
Un , THE the bees and the bears,
finds his life enowed by the clear, cool, bracing
atmosphere of Winter, and his determination to
MAKE T XERYBODY RICH,
Aud who give
is, too) that if
and so forth, h
stealing a poo ,
SENT lIP, his re.
I suppose thi n
were ever ea'
they don't allude to ..y —MAXIMM.' ♦nd when
people complain•6f a bad cough, they don't al
lude to my COIII4IIIC. But when they speak of
GREAT AMERICAN TEA CIMPANY,
I suppose they clo moan my stock of Teas ;Lich
are, as the Elder Weller said of advice "Wannr
GOOD AND "%TERRY CHEAP."
I am further able to say that people will eat
much or little, iU proportion to their appetite,
and .Will pay or much or littk, according to
their money. I sell Tea by the qtarter pound,
of course, but p ofer to wholesale it in packages
of not less than
and, by persaa.
chest of a dozen
At such rates as
T. L. 11 LKIN & CO.,
ARE RECEIVING their stuck of FALL and
LADIES' DR. 1
Under Clothin 11
Hams, Sugars,Coffees, Fish,
Hard Ware, C
In fact, a general
stock as you will fin
the city. All kinds
taken in exchange
goods and will sell us
Y LOVE CONTINUES.
lave Yon hoard anything of the
!STEALS 1118 GROCERIES at the
By tho way
,YE EXCHANGE ?
s a reason, (and a good reason it
a fellow gets caught ar stealing a
tiptop article of •
ER E & WHITE FISH,
offee, Molasses, Syrup,
'o can't be accused of TRYING TO
; but if a fellow is caught at
r article, and is CONVICTED AND
moue must be terrible.
when the old maids maids codl
ith the saying—
good fish in the sea as
ght out of it,"
ion, can be induced to EOl a
'pounds; to ono customer.
THE R S
11 buy and" sell
i hall enable buyef and roller to
Sound o' nights,
sciences void of offence
8,'68. W. T. MATHERS
a general assortment of
SS OODS, HOSIERY,
AW S, KNIT GOODS,
age, Cloths and Cassi
oyes and Alittens,
, Hats and Caps, Yan-
Carpets Oil Cloths,
eas, Molasses, Syrups,
oeliely, Glass Ware,
Salt, Nails, Iron
assortment and as, largo a,
to select from o utsido of
r Goode. We buy good
cUonp :19 anybody.
tly on band
oonsta l ,
. BALDWIN dr.' CO
Tioga; Pa., Oat. 9,
We have no ambition to get rich faster-than
our neighbors who aro equally industrious; nor
nte we desirous of running all'creation that we
may hare more to eat, drink, wear, and
To Lay By for. a Rainy Day. •
As an evidenco that we deal fairly and square
ly with our customers, we point th„, the fact that
our run of custom 'has steadily in eased from
the first, and promises to, grow oprisiderably lar
i*lt ,, -
AMONG the useful improvements of the day,
there are few that gil'o more promiie of
goud, few 80 well adapted to relieve human suf
fering, few so well approved by the public, as that
new and powerful remedy called Salutifer (or es
the. Gorman people call it Ilcalthbringer).
It,.gives ease* and comfort to the poor sufferer
from Neuralgia and Rheumatism, and brings
speedy relief to that largo,class of diseases that
aroation cured and always benefited by an out
For sale by. all. Druggists.
Wholesale Depot DAY', FIOAGLAND & STY=
GER, No 54 Courtlandt St. New York.
TIENTISTRY.—DR. D. B. WHIPPLE IS
j . .) permanently located at KNOXVILLE, Ti.
oga county, Pd., for the purpose of. doing all
kinds of Dentistry, in a style that 011 suit the
patient. Otherwise no charges made; Teeth ex
tracted without pain. Rooms at the:Hotel, All
operations warranted. and charges light.
Knoxville, Doe. 25,1867-3 m
New Harness Shop.
rt L. KIMBALL desires to aanounee to hie
k..) • friends, and all those canting Harness,
that they can be accommodated at his new shop,
over E. It: Kimball's Grocery, Main.st. ' Wells
born, Pa. [des. 25, 1867.]
SURVEYOR & DRAFTSMAN.—Orders left, at
his room, Townsend Hotel, Welleboro, , will
meet with prompt attention.'
LICENSED AUCTIONEEII.-11. S. WAGE,
an experienced Auctioneer from California,
respectfully notifies the people of Wollsboro and
vicinity, that ho is prepared to respond to order's
- to officiate at Vendues, promptly. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. Residence over the
Meat Market. [jan S IS6S—tf]
C. G, VAN VALKENBURG '4.13R0.
T4IXEEANGE-for Farm produce and Cash, on'
tho principle tbat "oven emnbango is no
PORI, lIAIkIS, SHOULDERS, WHITE
FISH_ MACICEREL, CODFISH, -
FLOUR,' CORN MEAL, BUCKWHEAT
9.otht, FEED, &C., &C.
lARD TIMES Olt NO lIARD TIMES
We pay CASH for PRODUCE, end keep up
ith the market prices.
Itc:aeinber the place,
TOWNSEND'S OLD STAND,
STIFEET, li'lLES110)10, PENN'A
Sept. 11, 1867—tr.
Thos. B. Brydon
TT j ETTERS Testamentry hating been granted
to the undersigned upun, th last will and
testament of Jacob Ilymes, late of Middlobuty,
dee'd, all persons hat iris claims against, or ow
ing said testator. aro requested to present, and
pay to C.Id.A.Fr. 11. SEYMOUR,
TiOga, Jan. 22, 1868-6 w Exeentor.
T j ETTEßS . Tetamentary having beefi granted
I to the undersigned upon the last will and
teAartiont of Jonathan Seamans late of Westfield
dee'd, all persons indebted to the estate, sad all
having claims again:t the sante, will settle with
J. M. SEAMANS, -
1 1 1,restfiield, Jan. 22, 18G7—Qt-s>
rpnE subscriber will make a final distribution
of the prdceeds of the estate of tbd late J.
Afilrphy. The creditors of said estate au( re.
quested to call at his office in Well•horo.1
Jan. 22, ISGB.-4t
PUMPS 1 PUMPS! PUS.
TIIE SAIBSCRILIEB, having engage in the
wooden Pump bu.inesstc,peetfuliy H,licits
a Aare of public patronage. All work wa ranted.
Orders left with D. P. Roberts ut Well..bc.rd. or
with It. Aldrich at the lower gate, will be vol,,Pt
ly attended to. J. D. STONE.
Tinga, Jan. 22, I SOS.-Inr" •
FARM FOR, SALE
ILA ELltAboti t half a mite from Whitncy'::
and five and a halt nide
from WeiPsiMro ; eontail,ing IG4 ilketCS and u,tmi
allowance; 90 acres under iroprovcment: n.cme
fortahlo bone, and good barn. and apple orchard
thereon. This is n tirsUclass dairy farm, halt
a mho front a Chec%o factory. The stuck and
farming implements can be bought with the
ham if de,ired.
I will ako sell a three ) ...Ir old grey colt. $.7 0 6.1
and acre icenble" be.ut. ELIAS TIPPLE
East Charleston, Jan. 22, 166 S—iv
Admini, - itrator's .I\rotice
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION haring
been granted to the undersigned on tho
tnto of More:, S. ltaldiviji, late of Laureneq,
ceuned, all persons iodated to, or having elairn:=
against raid estate, \sill call and vetelo with
MELICENT 11. BALDWIN, Lawrence, .
Jan. 8. 18liS-tit
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M I Etoe lc of
FLOUR; PEED, KRAL, PORK, SALT,
is being constantly replcniEhed, which I am ever
ready to exchungo for
Greenbacks, Grait,t, Butter, Eggs, Poultry
Dried Fruit, Lard, Tallow & Sheep Pelts,
or anything-that wilt bring tho WIIEREWITII
to pay debts and keep business going.
- Times are tight, but Te all must live. So comp
along. The place you' I, find in Nozart Bloon=,
next door to Conver / k ,S; Osgood. '
January 1;1868. II I M. IL PRINCE.
A FARM of 168 '
ores situated about 3 miles
1 - 1_ southwest of 11 I ellsborb, Tiogmleounty, Pa.,
in Delmar. -Within .2 of a mile of a lallgo Cheese
and Butter Factory, 102 acres improved and
nearly free front stumps and under good cultiva
tion. Ono of the best dairy farms in-the county.
Well watered with never tailing t•prings; School
noun within a few reds.
The unimproved portion is hec,ivily timbered,
with considerable pine.
Upon this farm there arc ti•large, fram . c house,
well finished, a shop, a ;;(st- ...Oragclalyta t ue, a
large grain barn, co barn, r•bikir i'4ii - erj,anci oth
er necessary outbuildingF, andjin on:Vont:of up
ward of 3110 trece. The property can be had
cheap, tertne . easy. Inquire _ .
H. D. EASTMAN
ICellsboro, Pa., Jan. 15, I.sllB—tf,
JARTIIERTON woulfl inform his friends
. and the public generally, that 1.0 has open-
Furniture Ste:6, in Oceola,
Tipga Ciiunly, where he conetantly on '
hatut nll hinds. of Puruitere--::d1 of which he
-0G1'8.41314v fur c.. 1,1 u> ian ins bought ut any,
other t. , tubliehment iti thu County
Nov. ::7, 1567 -tf
Dim - 11 it -
to l f l t 1
i:) lr . .f t t3
the first in Market. To bo :.4o1(1 at reduced Ni
FLA X-S111:11)—qea , 11 paid for Flaxseed by
P. It. WILLIAMS & Cu.
1 1 0 LA.WI"E It S -
in fn , ll:,ett , , at- Yt117);(:%; BoONi3"TOP.E.
_floor SKIRT : 4 , at.
Do LANO S CO'S_