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(Col. John ItaN Ilia !TestMan Ilige," tells
the stprrofnpblo'dulif,,lho shut up his stately,
m a nsion 4ie4 . , .101`aii(*nift was 1271410Utif, !tit
and leftlt - to 7 failAiitYlitAiin ttiellieftt ot'stit
roundiniplifo.) 1 0 . r ; : • • . . •
Not a hand has liftodlhetutchet
Sinco oho yes . t out of the door;'
) No'fiaotateiLiihii.j . tioSe the a6Void 1
-Since she can conlo iq ploxe k •.;
Thro is rust upon la - eke antF.hinges,
And rapid :424 . klight .. q the wall,
And ailencoTainta.irr•the chambers,'
And darknoss'lsfaits In the halls;
Waits ail nil ehipgs Nape beenwaiting,
Since she went, that day of Spring;
•: Borne in her pallid Splendor •"•
- • , Ti . ootirt. of thp King;
With lilies on brow and bosom,
4 _:Cfiqiioijis of
s liAn4ler,irOiteri,nlfirozen beauty,
Ybelilitrz and aillubetween.
Red ropes silo left-behind-her,
Butetkel 51e§Von4 !oxig - itqp;
That seemed through the dusk t?
The garments sho left mock the shadows
WWI hints of,wompOitraoth
her tmrige f eirime l the Mitra'r ti '
That was f!o used to her face,
The birde 'bake ittiolentimusle
Where the sunshine riots outside,
Anil the minds are Wiry and *Anton,
With the summer's pomp and pride.
Bet inktf . ol443f4o,liteianerion,
Igero love hoe alined the door,
Nor euhehlue nor summer shall enter,
Since rho ran comets no moro.
,Lotrie CiaNDLER Atervrozi
Yellow Globe Mengel Wurzel.
litkve,seyepls - plactsons gremr, n is
yariety of beet for stock, and our ex
perience w,ith theMpii i Oaa hpi fre
quently been eXPtaed bycorrespon
dents of the "Prii4tic,al Fariner," that
it is probably, all things considered - ,
the best rpo foci geld enlitire : ' I,tonj
culture vill have ilabr&attentiori' devo
ted to it In this section, the present sea
so*, than ever .before. It is au impor
tant element of high farming, and
deed; in'eonne6tiou with soiling, one of
the necesbities of the times. As 20 to 30
(or more) tons f roots can be grownvn
an acre, and as * stock of all kinds—hor
ses, cows, sheep, 'sWine—are very fond'
of them in the winter season,
thrive on them, the profit of, growing
it crop , which produces so largely; is
The long red, Mange" Wurzel, the
root usually grown in England and on
the Continent; is objectionahld here,'on
account of grnwing so znuch out of the
ground, and exposing so large a surface
to our dry and hot summers, by' which
growth is checked.
The Yellow Globe Mangle Wurzel is
not liable to this objection.- 'lt can.'he
obtained at our seed stores for 75 rents
' Bunn, in his" VegetableB of America,"
says of this variety :
"This is a glObular-formed beet,
measuring about ten inches in diameter,
and weighs ten or twelve pounds;."
about one , half •of • the root growing
above greund. Skin yellow, wtiqe it
is covered,by the soil ; and yellowish
brown above the surface, 'where ex
posed to light• and air. Flesh white,
zoned Or worked with yellOw; close
grained and sugary. Leavep not large
or numerous, rather erect, green ; the
stem and ribs paler, and sometimes
"4 1 110 Yellow Globe is one of the mot
productive of all the varieties; and,
though not adapted to table use, is par
t ictiolarly excellent for stock' f all des
criptions, as the roots are not only re
workably sugary, but, contain a consid
erable portion of albumen. It retains
its soundness and freshness till the sea
son balsa far advanced, does not sprout
so early in spring as many others, and
is especially adapted for cultivation in
hard shallow soil.
"The 3 ield varies from thirty to for
ty tons per acre, according to soil, sea
son, and culture ; although crops
are recorded of fifty tons and upwards.
"Sow from the last of April to the
last of May ; but early sowings succeed
best. If sown in drills, they shoUld be
made twenty inches apart, and the
plants should be thinned to ten inch
es apart in the drills ; if sown on ridg
es, sow in double rows, making the
ridges three feet and a half, and the
pinches apart. 'On account
of its globular form, the crop can be
harvested with great facility by the
use of a common plow."
GRAFTING POTATOES. A Canada
correspondent writes the American Ag
riculturist as follows: I grafted, last
spring, an Early Rose on a Garnet Chill,
and also a .Garnet Chili on an Early
Rose, in like manner. I took a Chill
and scooped out every eye, then cut
from an Early Rose a slice in shape
somewhat like a shield, containing a
tine germ bud. This shield was inser
ted in a bed prepared for it in the Chili,
stuck on with two pins, and bound fast
with bass. The bud and shield were
made to Mitts exivetly its possible, and
the grafted specinpn immediately plan
ted in t 4l O usuld manner. The two
sorts operated upon are both reds—the
Chili a little darker, and round in
shape, the Rose paler red, and oblong.
All the specimens came up and grew
well. They were dug Aug: 24. The
Rose grafted upon the Chili ga l e a fair
crop—about one half of the Rose type
and color, and the other half of the Chi
li type, but pure white.
As to the Chili, grafted into the Rose,
the vines were extremely large, and
when d ug;gave a large. yield of beanti
ful potatoes, but All 'of them with clar
white skins, except one or two to each
point, which were red; both colors
were of the Clint type, and no appar
ent sign of the Early Rose among them.
A NEW INDUSTRY,—The sweet p 0
tato, used in various forms as an eseu
lent, in making bread, as a substitute
for eotree, in the brewing of beer, as
well as for fattening 'farm animals, is
now beginning to be used in making a
sirup "far surpassing that of the beet
and even of the sorghum in delicacy- of
flavor, while the yield is much more
abundant. The average product - of a
bushel of sweet potatoes—the yam va
riety being preferred n --18 alleged, to . be
over two gallons, and as tll average
yield per acre, on poor sandy SOIL . Is
from isk to 180 bushels, the prOduet
-lmust necessarily be from 300 to 380 gal
ions of syrup. This must open to the
view of the piny -woods agricnltuilat
new and most profitable_ industry, one
man, with a mule,,being able to 'culti
vate at least tifiteen acres of iitatoo.
The residum, after thejfike for syrup
has been extracted, Is pronounced a
valuable edible either for man or beast."
This is the mor4h to look for, and de
stroy all worms nests on apple trees, as
well as the borers ; the latter by cutting
LORMORt:BROS, , iCO.
VraCtri-ES I A,LE
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• - - PROPRIETORS OF - --
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OR111 . 611:t BIOS
ILA tendon cif,thellttdcan' thn - tiotiuf t iettof the,
Southern Tier of NO'lterli - tinitlidiihetiOoiri- -
sy;vanis, to the 'tar& add . I'oll tisitertliiiritiOf
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GRO CEIIIES 8/I'llo - VISIONS
constantly on hanil at tlieirextensive tr lVarehOuse
and, Stores, No. 37 ana3B Carroll et, N. Y.,
and offered for sale on the moseliberal terms,
satisfaction IA all <miles guareittee'd.A 0 - ,
' • ?1,1.31)1ti ,;1 1 I. Mills
L I .
Our Steam Mills
for the RVaattrig (of Coffee anal
Coffee and Spleen, are of the
proved construction ? , and not e
In the country.
... - - - TEAS • __ . .
We havo a full stock of choice Vali. We bny
direct from Importers in Now York for cash, and
sell as cheap as ai3rhorise in the trade. • .
Sugars', Molasses qtr. Syrups
rem the best Refiners, and eo
orrest New York grotatione.
FOREIGN DRIED FEW',
• KINDS OF NII
We buy from first hands in t
afford a better article at a less.
firm in Western Now York.
WOODEN WARE, Cordage
NH line of geode.
141 - QUO
Wo call the attention of the
stock of Wines and Liquors, w
fineness aro niumrpassod.
IMPORTED ALES-LS to
glisb, RD 41 of the best brands od
FOREIGN AND' DOMES
We specially invite purchaseri
amino our stock of Foreigt
Liquors before buying elsewhere.
MEDICINAL WIIISKEY---t We put up fortl:tli
especial bonfit of the sick, a pUre 'article of Old
Bourbon Whiskey for the Druggist Trade.,•
Sole Agents in Elmira., of th;e Urbana WlteCas
In brief, we invite a close scrutiny of ourgocids
and their prices, the whole arrtment being too
numerous to mention in deta .
No, 378 c 39 Carroy St,
Sept. 31, 1870.-ly.
ELIZABETH CITY, NO
T j ARGE AND SMALL •
I atprioes ranging from
on reasonable terms bf pay
covered with Pine,
Poplar Timber, clos6 to
to $lO per acre.
Stores, 'Wood and Brie
Lots and Wharves,'exeelL,
friendly people, ,narigali
market e, favor kble: loottlll,
May 3, 1371
c-- CO R. MAIN ST
Thi is a popular Hotel
Holiday. The Proprioto
make it, a first-class hou •
rive and depart fiqm thiti
Jan 1, 1871-41,
For 1 Salo
GOOD dairy far in Tigga township, T -
abut 2Umilos west of the
Borough of Tiogit.- about 100 1 acres - impioved,
and 46 miimproved.f 11ali on it three barns,
throe dwelling houses, an apple and peach orch
'erd, and other fruit treed Terme easy. Also adt
joining on the west, alfarm and timber lands
from 40 to 200 acres as ',desired, with 80 acres
improved, with a good arn, Et good house and
apple orchard, .Good ftifft dairying farm. ,
Jan 1, 1871—tf. C. H. SEXMOUIt,
• • ; - Tingi,"Pa.
J. BURGIN wool.
• Wellsboto and
Tared to supply them w
of the best quAllty,
the old Stet isit'iltistal.
T a t Err i al
BE fastest irettin : .l
will stand s;t the
in We!tabor°, the pre
good trotting mares WI
at him. For
betels and public place
May 10 18711
• 4 :.• . 4
moat recent,im 7
.icelt))11 by any
d at latest and
11 , AND. ALL
o East, and cian
!r price than any
rade (o'oui large
ich for purity arid
, Irish and En
natantly on hand
. to eV and ex
. a* Domesoto
& • CO.,
, _ _
ARMS FOR SALE
iSB to $75 per nore,
1 , Cypress, Gum and
1 avigation. Prioo $3
' Dwellings, Vacant
nt climate, fertile soil,
lo waters and good
y.- Inquirb of
Att'ya at Law,
Mizaljeth City, N.C.,
1 .4 L , PROPER.
lately ktipt by B. B.
will apste no pains to
e. All the stage! ar
lhouse. A:good hostler
717 1- , •
'wig to th6"oitiseni r o
dotty that he is pre
:,4? 1 ,D, ORE*
" a also ;larva meals and
thoeo who wish. Call at
stallion In the county..
able! of tho subscriber,
sent 'season. Owners of
do well to take a look
.e posters at the different
Insurl:Rl 4- 44 111 1VeR1
- i IIArir.iD,XIMAINI) , ',
Offlce, No. 13.,4th St„fßhiladelp4ia.
AlMfira t ,ftlY e Pit_
, Resets tier . $1,000,000 00
A \ •
-- Mock and mutum,:oambuifig4ffi iiiiitimitii
,Ttpate. , Suppose your are already insured in a
'first-elass company, and from any cause what
ever, (say after ten :yearly payment)-yon• &Tact
*cannot pay longer and die—your insurance is
gone and your monoy pasted. Not so in the
i'.fliand-INJlfAND,ll'•Volieles are New-Fon
. liii company vtlife ranks - atiiilng ilie niaii
iio ular and suceosifull Lifejusuranee, Compa
ni'. s, grants polidies ml'4ll i.1 . 08,1rabi4'014701 bo 02
With and without profits. ~
" 1 , All polkas:l* 10910344 t .... ,..ttne year
from anycf-ttiVilrdillarteattlel. ----'
Look to your Life Insurance. Please examine
the following Comparative Table. It is some
. Wes alleged by Agents of other Conipkniestbat
• • 0 Company they represent Is safer than Othibli.
While we unhesitatingly assert our belief in the
soundness and stability,Aelk9P",' . ''. -,
i. .' 4
:sire to present the fo.).. , 11101111-1: r , .:. . .
those deeng to Insure:
J 'lhe folio Ing companies, Compare the annual
remiums e arged by eaoh for, artiosnraneu on
'life at the age of 30 years, payable stdoatbF'' •
Annuil premium Teti lianas% ..
- - for Ilto. payment..
Travtirr . o
.zEttiat,,.i...4..1.t Al 3 4-48
.} 124,30 50,pQi n
EqiittiOle; . 413.,01,1 3 t
Wpshlngt,on, . • .. 22,70 40,97
iland4o.-H4nci ?„6 -
If not already insured talie,s,RoApy4rje!;:iti!o.
ha beet Mutual Company In the United States,
March, 1, 1871.-Iy.
Lots fo • I,_Nett
TOWN LOTS for oafs in Tioga borough, by
H. E. SMITH 4t SON.
Match 1, 1871 tf
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furnished onepplicatien. -
For Circulars containing a Pall . description "of Tire
PtereareL FlailLY Brass. with sample sheet, and terms
to Agents, address, 'Torun's STANDARD BMA AND
TErrsuara.Roves t o , .;
- JOHN E. POTTER & CO.,
- 814 ..,Ruiyakantes
THIS well i knowii stock Horse will Stand for
Mares during the season at the subscribers
Stable in Wellaboro. His.stook is sowellknown
there is no necessity of remarks. It is sufficient
to say, for roadsters they are not surpassed, or
for power of endurance. - The said' horse is a
coal black, weighs 1000 lbs., is sound, and kind
in harness, his !'Dais prove the moat servideable
of any horse in this
_sectiow for all purposes.
At the request of inmertus patronti, I have" de:
termined to stand him where he can be found at
all times Ile — those that wish-forks services.: •
Wellsboro, April 26, 1871.-3 n.„ -
4 1110WANDA."—This high-bred Stallion
was sired by Ah-wa-ga Chief; grand
sire, Rysdyk's "Hambletonian;' dam, Vermont
Black hawk ; grand dam„ ,Messenger; one white,
pastern bebindAlackipolttai dark bay; 15 bajada':
and 8 inches high, 44eart-old . ;Id
one of the most. remakkakle 4;u4afil thk..
has produced. 'Helibeautifill, and blood
like, action perfect, possessing great strength.
He is 1n close proximity to two of the most no
table stallions in this nation : "Hambletonlan"
and "Bthan Allen," a most fortunate cross.
TERMS-4100 to insure,s2s at time of eervioo,
which will not be refunded in any event, and $76
When proven in foal. We have fine stabling and
pasture, on reasonable terms. Best possible. gre
taken of Mares. All accidents and escapes at
owners risk. Sokson, March 12th, to November
MIX & MONTANYV.
Towanda, Marc& 22d, 1871.—Sra
Livery:: Ito Je
LO EN re=
speatfully Info the pub
lic that they have establ aired a
Livery for Hire,
At their Stable on Pearl St., opposite Wheeler's
viagou shop. Single or double rigs furnished to
order: They aim to keep good borne and was
gons, and intend to please. Prices reasonable.
Jan. 4,1821-17.:-.t.;!. ;3
THE BEST HOTEL in the 00IIINITYi'
TAB " CONS NOISE."
t NEW. Rooms large and well ventila-
Bted. Accommodations not eurpaseed by
any first class hotel in the " Northern
Tier." BILLS no lithbt:4 01 !n
third rate hotels. Locliii6tl;eori “L` itecond7nnd
tieof Main and
Walnut streets, Wellshoro.
Owl table, good Liguori. good oider, and a
good Aosticr. Prop'r.
1 I 1 ?Ar
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F. Nottr474,mowire to the , people of Wel'shore amtvielnity, that we
are recalitag ondimmenee dock of
* liii nail° Sods at unprecedented Prices.
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i ~, • it: , ;' si:2 i .? qt. - ,i,2 ';',ll : •._ , 51.1'.:". , :.r, .... _ .
..?:,-Nyprthrigilt haws/root decline ; in Domestie Cotton Goods, and they are now selling for
4 0 4 tuawat any time Awe 1880. We do not believe in paiading a long list of prices in news
papairicbut :We mean what we . say, when we claim to sell Goods obeap. People from out of
town are sure to make money by coming hero to btly goods. We have a splendid assortment of
- Pi ' 7 l al
• ..•, ..„
Detaines, Percales, llohairs;• Japa
nese Silks and Robes, Fancy ColOred and Black Dress Silks,
and man y articles otif arce . does not permit ,us tik speak of, but if you will call we will show
you the LARGEST ST OK in ,town, and a4riCes that "cannot be beat" anywhere."
Corning, N. Y. April 19, 1870. NEWELL & OWEN.
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'[PAVING' faoilitioe for buying and handling large quantities of Goode enables bim to offer
them at the lowest Jobbing prices. In our retail department Goods are sold at a small ad
!snob 01,01' ithoresnlotipkioes,,.;_kbrimaigoli,-0
Transfer Ornaments,ltripeing Pencils
A fall lino. .f all classes of Goods appertaining to our business kept in stook.
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORRS,BENOH
SCREWS, BARNDOOR HANGINGS,
a new thing, and made for use. These are bat a fewi 3
efthe many articles composing the stook
of Hardware. I invite the pnblioto call and ex/011ms for themselves. I aim to keeptho
best quality of goods in my line; and all work to ?order, done prunp f tlyasul <ts
. 4 • ,11; .04
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, AT PAOTORY'VRICES'
Wellaboro,Feb. 1,1871-Iy. j WILLIAM ILOBIORTS..
"IRON, NAILS, OARRIAGE BOLTS, HORSE SHOES, AND HORSE NAIL*
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Aei ''i tt i -pi con.° -,. -' -
T.:, -' ..,:$ V ~, --,
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and hro - fittai to supply till who may come with
`! ',. 1 1 1 11 1.',• . :
•In i 11 1 1 , I ji.
Desirable Dress ,Griiids,
.4c0., at prises, verxmach less than lasi season. Wo also keep a full line of
Yankee &lions, Boots aril Shoes,
V . C. 1-C.:ELMIESSEI,
RHODE BLIND AND WA OR LIMB,
• 1 ~ 1-
GLASS; 44..i.SIZie, SFHOLE AND DOUBLE THICK.
PAINTS,•.ini KINDS AND COLORS,
VARNISHES AND VARNISH BRUSHES, A FULL STOCK.
nd Brutthes for !Carriage and
i- - • , , .
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(Eluecossor to D. P. ROBERTS) DEALER IN
A general stock of Builders Materials. LOOKEtp - BUTSVLATPRES, HINCIEO, 4 1 44
Also. WRAPPING PAPER at manefaeturefs prices..
PitOMPTLY ATTENiEB TO.
and prietia rcaagoabbi. 'Pintas°, above Cone House.
+';''7l ,* t;
tahlishment in Northern Pa.!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Having o n hand a large sleek of Tin, Stoves
and Hardware, the undersigned takes pleasure
to atinounoe that he has at a great outlay, ad
ded to the usual stock of the old stand on
IMAM STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which he enumerate the following artiolees
NALS, SPIKES, CROWBARS,
X MT, MILL, HAND AND BUCK
SAIWE, • BUTTS, STRAP IMCGES,
CARPENTER'S :TOOLS, PUMPS,
, AXES, AUGERS, BITTS,BITT
W. C. KBE
R. 0, Ming
v ~..Ei,~ yK-a~vf ii:Lail 'A +"
compoond,,, , bit ~.,Extraet
t.: , ,r:
ConiTionent Parts-afinid pAstiat Minbt!ib aik4 Fluid
' ilSatireiba roc. Juke,
it", 42 o l :Jhtitff.,
iOtia Acing& Amulor4envpulyidecid
aohe,: 10 - 0001,08,,010; Puri* :Vele-,
table 1- 004tatilit0;nd' Mt*
These OM ate:the mostr.delighttotty.pleagaut
purgettymuytrpedlpg ! oseyoy pit, suttee , plague.
Tjtexeie ,pothinc, wore .agoepteble
the; ottspettlt7: 4 l'hey,giiit, tone, 'ft'ad'enume ini!thet
unrieitiikeittiliotifg `t'h'ey ikre 'esoinpoSed
of thntuestinktutienfel 04fter 'PAW dale' use;
o'f tkettioneb,sittivrigpratten:ofithe spare aye ,
tern to t kef plann k spstoppeeprLtintplout. 10 , the
weak ankintr '4014k; from Ai
pound kYtitet Pills and
no eitgernetrAedifroui , theihatittatinpiscr'eoatid
Pi4 l -4elmcdrts:tittirill ittrtkiettik9,ltomn
i t aTing, sontiqupptlyr old not
main. Jtdt j .ettkift2 l ' TiigiCatatibit crape
Pint; isg Peek Win "litotii` - tinii - odOrl do not
neclesettstatbidr linteptenitat loated. Prim IlAy
-•• • •
-P - .4: 1 40.4:4' :..44:4.VAPARILLA
..2.,497: 3.. 4
ritlissall3nisaternsineti train the ilyatem; Sy
phUlei ralfetlil-pies,trickes4:SOre. Eyes,
Bore Legs r§eitP lo ,lL-th.c t 3 itTe ) -# 4 3.44:1 3 rou qhi tie, •
Skin tilieseee / Aqt.,44pUipp ie I*3tke,ra, Runt4PBP
frot3i 6a:tat; IVlllfelittotalltige,lXnidaii4 Canes,
retie fAffeetioda,titifffie,cittaetiii -Wert Sweats,
€llrindtdarrearalltnigar Tettari -Humors of
all kinds, Chronle ritivinAtlo4.lDyspepzia, and
all dliteneee. that have been , established In the
Ryden' for 'years.
13elaglifephied elpeoillfOrrAtits' above cern
plata% itliMedritifyingtropettlea are miter
than ,sozotherpreparatioe r pf saw/patina.. It
gives Abe aonitgleition ank:hotiltAy color,
and rogtorea Om patient to. - stets of health nni
pttrity. For-iirirlilfet the bland; removing all
obionimoonOfittitionaj diloaseo Mining - from an
impure anktft el 010:b1904, And Oct only reliable
and affaatnal ,linnivn.romody for the cure of pains
and a Welling
•` the bonks,' ulcerations of the
throat and logo, bletobea, pilples Son the face,
erysipelas :and all scaly eruptions of the skin,
and beautifying the complexion.
w0mpan4p.p...4.41D - EXTRACT RU
has Cu odasiraf• Diabetes in Which i
has beertlglirenvlrrftatib - it of the - nook of the
bladder and•in4MnfitiplE of: She „kidney'', ulcerr
talon of...itkulitafget.p/t# r bladder t • - retention of
urine,.dieda:se of,o6:prigliita* . ,:glaild stone in
the bladdeil'alitilitit[gtiitilArleidnet - deposit,
and mneouirtorartnyttillobtirititecf add for enfee
bled audt;t:lelloattEsronstittitions:rif both sexes,
.attendelipitlt.tba following. symptoms: Indis
position:6 exeitiiiillMlti:§f•poWer, loss of mem
ory, affifoiwirbrbtabitre weak nerves, trem
bling, liortorafiditctitick;Walieftilnefi,. dininees of
vision, pale nn the back, hot. hands,: flushing or
the body, drAtimillief the , eruption on the
face, pallid oontitenartee; universal lassitude of
the muscular system,- e .
Used by perelituf from the ages of eighteen to
twenty-Ave otlltont,3s to §1), or the decline or
change of l ife; after ccuefluuthent or labor pains;
for bed-wetting in children.
tEXtiittit Raiiiin is dtpretle and
bleed purifying, -arid °urea- all diseases arising
from•habitetet dissiriation and exeiiiises and int
pnideneei In life, impurities of the,:blood, etc,
superseding 130111411 InAffflllit t ii:so3 ter which,it is
used, aid' sytddlitle affeetterig— in these diseases
used in connectkiitirlth . HOlinhold'a Rose Wash.
In many,affeetions . pecultar to ladies, the Ex
tract Buohu is unequaled by say other remedy—
as in ohloroile ot:rstonti4;trreguliiiity;paitiful.
nese or suppression otonstomary' evacuations,
ulcerated or sehirrus state of the:uterus, leueorr
hcea or whites; steribitwind• for • all' i3omplaints
incident to , tho-soori whether arising from indis
cretion or habits of- dissipation. It is prescribed
extensivelihy.the'moSt eminent physicians and
midwives for - enfeebled and delicate constitu
tions, of both sexes and all ages, (attended with.
any of the aboyo diseases or symptoms.)
8. T. Igehaltolo.'s Extract
BUMF! OUR= DIS4IASESARISING FROM
.11fPRUDPIVA:W. /37U/PA779/ 1 1, E 2 a,
in all their,etages, at little expense, little or no
change in diet,,no inocinvonience : and no expo
sure: It causes a fro - 41161X 'deem, and gives
strength to urinate, thereby removing obstruc
tions,-preventing and curing strictures of the
urethra, allaying pain and inflammation, so fre
quent in this class of diseasea, and expelling all
poisCnous matter.. • . - , - . -
Thousande,ieho have been the victims of in
comPotent persons, , and who Lave paid heavy
fees to be Ored in lc short time; have found they
tad been deffoivad;htid: that _the.' poison' has,
y the nee of'`,POlVerfial astringents,: been dried
p iri the systeto,; oj:relic:oat -in a more aggra
vated 'feria - atforp offiao tiftfiiiaarrlago. • -
I • The Relligktotril tktr4gt 33u9biilor , all Woo—
tton* and diteneed orthe, denary, 'Otvans: who.;
ther 'canting in nub hi' Tektite,- from :whatever,
cense origine4lig; 'end' no :natter. of how long
standing. Price, one dollar ,inui Any cents per
Ij. T. HELMBOZD'S IMPROVED
cannot be surp a ssed as a face wash, and will es
found the only specific) remedy in every speoi s
of cutaneous affeption. It speedily eradioat 8
pimples, spots, soprbutio'dryness, indurations of
the cutaneous Membrane, etc., dispels redness
and incipient inflammation, hives, rash, moth
patches, dryness of scalper skin, frost bites,
and all purposes for whiett'- -- ealvis or ointments
are used; restores the skin to - a - state of purity
and softness, and instiros'coritinUed healthy ac
tion to the tissue Of imvesciels, on which depends
the agreeable cleartiesSand vivacity of complex
ion so much sought and•admired. But however
valuable as a remedy ferMsistingdefebts of the
skin;R. T. Heimbold's Rose Wash has long sus:
tained its prinoipal claim to unbounded patron
age, by possessing rinalities which render it a
toilet appucloys of the rdostSup,ulatiye and con
genial aariteter;Vetliblnitiglii. elegant for
muli those proMirici,nt rbittliSiWitafsfy . extd'efil-
cooy T the invariable adtfo_rfiltnimebtcl of its nee
lon. It i5:41(.4 - 0)11 - MliitIOU fe5t . ..41;044a ore
syphilitic nature,AntLas art.injoetion for,dips-
Ass of the urinary.orgenscarislngfrom habits of
:dissiPatio6, used itic'etitineotion 't/t the Extraots
Suet), Serial:44lßa and datawba Grape Pills,
in such diseases as recommended, cannot be sur
Fail a d explielt direotions accompany the
meth du s. Evidence of - the =bat responsible
and tell ble - ohatasiter inrnishod.,o3 application,
with hu atedit'nfliicilitaa4 iitliving witnesses,
and api , P.O.Po;e4alfoltedeertifloitja.and
reoonim wintery dettmonany,crf which arefram
the hig eat aoureep, inoliding eminent phyei 4
olen4 0 MO ' Il i a tA 69 oo,t it , t i"!
tor has ta
resortc'ineliipi b loonA
the übw ere. dogs not do` We, trout the
fact that s artioles rank as standard prspara
tfone,iiiird-dO-tialkledietilpioptitid up by cer
Remy T. Xrelmoota'a G e nuine Prepa
tt v i at,o3 l 4„'
daily yea to any athireek. , mar ' from observa
tion.'• , , ,
Et/015145 . a tifiiiard - of twenty . iaars. Sold by
druggists everywhere.. ; Addresa letters for infer.
coati n, in confidence; to tiottiq T. lielmbold,
druggist and phemist: Only -depots : Henry- T.
Hemold's drag and chemical warrliouse, No.
594 Broadway; It Xork, or to H..T. lielmbold'e
, medkial depot, 10:4 - flotith Tenth street, Pbiladel.
BOtvars of pountirfeite. 14 for Henry T.
rfohnhOfcre 1 Take nd Other. Feb 8 bm
li<. 'ia . a 1:
iifif,lflr.,..:C. ,I f :. 1
WiIIHiBILB DUG STORII.
CORNING, N. Y.
DINS e g i D MEDICINES, PAINTS
Tr!)%IMEPS DAVIDS INKS, KEITH'S
IKEDELL'S UID , EX
BURNETT'S CO,COATWE, FLAVORING
EN,iRACTS, B_EROSRN' 11 LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, Roen.
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
40ENT8 FOR * MARVIN CO'S RE.
, FINED OIL.
BOA at Wholociale Prices. Buyers arerequested
tooalland get quotation's before going further
W. D. TERBELL & CO.
Corning, Y., Jan. 1,1671-y
Furniture 1 Furniture!
B. T. VAN HORN,
RAVING completed hie new Cabinet Ware-
house on Main street, WeUsher°, has stobk
ed it with a large and superior assorted stock of
Ohamber Suits, Walnut, Ash, Ittaple,
from $l5O down, and ae cheap
as the same goods can lie bo't
in the ciliate, freight addesi.
Parlor Suits, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogany, Reps or Hair Cloth,
'from $125 dow Also,
SOFAS, LOUNGES, C I ITCHES, TETE-
with Upholote to suit.
Center Tables, Walnu: or Marble Tops,
Looking Glasses, :rackets Pa
' per Racks, Rocking ChairS,
Wholesale and Retail.
I am mat:tautening as usual, and intend to
keep a full stock of ware, home and city made
at all times. My Ware Booms are spacious and
neat, and now contain the largest, costlieit and
best stock of Furniture ever brought into the
county. . .. .
Planing and Matching,
SCROLL SAWING 44;;MOULDING,
done to order at he' Factory.
Jan. 1, 1871-tf
Ingham's Woolen Mills !
T" subscribers will pay Cash, Full-Cloth,
Cassimeres, Flannels, &0., &c., for Wool.—
Theyalso manufacture as usual—
TO ORM, OR ON SHARDS,
to enitoustotnore. All work warranted aarop
resented. They invite partioular attention to
their Water Proof
Which are warranted in every respect. Particu
lar attentio . given to
ROLL - C,
INGHAM'S largo sto•k of Cassimores,
per cent less than any competitors, and warrant
ed as represented.
INGHAM manufacture to order; and do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and Cloth Dresaing, arid
' INGHAMS have as good an assortment of
Full Cloths, Cassinieres, Ece.,
and give more for Wool in exohango than any
other establishment. Try thorn and satisfy yotz.
INGHAM wholesale and retail at tho Cow
,anesque Mills, 2 miles below Knoxville.
Oar Cloths are warranted, and sold by the
C. 8 . KELLEY, Wellsboro, Pa.
T. L• BALDWIN tt 00., Tioga, Pa. •
J. C. DENNETT,Covington,Pa.
Deerfield, Jan 1, 1811—tf
The Thorough Bred,
MAMMOTH JACK; Henry Clay, Jr. will
stand on the farm of the subscriber, it
Wolleboro, s Tioga county, Pa., the present' sea
PET/TOREE.—llenry Clay, Jr., is fire yeas old,
and 14 hands high. His sire was imported from
Malta, Spain, to Kentucky, from there to Mis
souri, at an expense of $5,000. His dam is a
thorough bred jennet, of the Andrew Jackson
stock, and he is a sure foal-getter. Many of his
colts aro from If; to 17 hands high.
Those who wish td raise large, fine mules,
will do well to look at this animal before going
farther. Terms reasonable. Pasturage fur—
nished when desired.
Also; on the same Bum, a full blooded Devon
bull, of the best broad. F. D. BUNNELL.
May 8, 1871 3m
WELLSBORO AND MANSFELD
: THE undersigned, proprsetoi of
this line takes this method of in
'forming the pahlio that the above Stage runs
daily (Sendays excepted,) between the two• pia
eea al fOow s :
Leaves Wellaboro at 8 a. in., aad arrives at
Mansfield at 10.80 a. in.
Loaves Mansfield at 2.30 p. tn., and arrives at
Weill:4mo at sp. tn. o . 3 PwEaresl,2.3.
Jan 1, 1871—tf W . B. VAN HORN,
LETTERS OF / . DMINISTRATION having
boon granted n the estate of Elisha Soule,
deceased, late of rmington township, all those
indebted ti) said estate, and those having claims
against the same, will settle with
POLLY 13 OULE, 'a. Adm
. . , Parmington, May 3, 1871 Ow
Executo`r's Notice. /
LETTERS of Administrations on ,the estate
of John W. Catlin, deceased, late'oMaries.
ton having been granted to the ,tindersigned,
all iiersons having claims against said estate,
and those indebted to the sameyare notified to
call for settlement on Tared Stone of Delmar.
May, Bth, 1871.
LETTERS OF A 1
estate of Rarvei
oga County, decease
the undersisned, all
claims against said el
B. T. VAN HORN
7 i On ilki ie4 e
oot, teofler the
baying' been' granted to
croons owing:or having
State, will call on •
JACOB 1 4 1.1407 E, _
EOOP Al*.Siliii 'TOII:.E.
. 1 ,
,F4SRLRR dc RANDOLPH
• I have pnrehaked the Isoot
andlShoo Store . of Moms. SODTB
4 orb,y, and prepose to contin..
no , the business—reduoing the
prieeri - on all good and selling strictly
• Wo keep a good assortment of
Hats and Caps,
BOOTS, BALTtf,ORALS, OAITEIis
BOOTEES, BROGANS' AND
GAL IGASK iNs
warranted to fit any
oot from Na 0, tN, I j ,
r Stnelr, of
FRENCH. CALF, FRENCH , KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, !COMMON CALF,
LININGS, BINDING,: MO-
will be kept up a's berettifore.
On Findings we shall . : be found at hoine al
ways, and we shall endeavor to; sell at prices
satisfactory to the trade. We won't he undtr-
) CU,TO - A/ WOUli
I one promptly nr4l well. Repairing done
eliort notice. Drop in and i,o convinced.
' FISOLEIt iIANDOLPII
WE FARitipts OF
. 0 GA COUNTY.
T AAI now !
.I. ville.a 0.
whichpossessea the follawingadvantageliover al lothiq
mille : -
Oessand cockle, from wheat.
2.1 t cleans flax seed,takesout y llow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
8, It cleanetltuotby seed.
4. It does all otherseparatingreouired of a mill .
This mill is built ofthe best and, moat durable tina
ber,ln good style,and is sold cheap ter cash, or pro.
I sgill fit a patent sieve, for separating oatafrcu,
J MATHEI ,
li ' ,awrencerille,Jan.l4B7o—t f
MITE UNDERSIGNED would say to the ciit
j_ zone of Wellsboroiind vicinity that ho ht
recently moved over Truman Brothers Grocery
Store with hie
In full operation on Grafton Street, between Main
and Water ate., where be le prepared to moral
facture all kinds of
DOuble & Single Harnesses,
In tbo best style, and of the best material
R EPAIRING- DONE
On ehoit notice and good., I employ the beet
workmen, and use nono but the best material,
and am th'erefora prepared to please all irb,l
want anything in inyline:
WALKER & TATIIROP.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
STO VES, • TIN- WARE,
BOLTING , ' SRI'S , MUM,
Oarriago and Harness Trimmiutrk•
HARNESSES, SADDLES, &e.
OorOng,N. Y., Jan: 1; 1871-y
THE GOLD MEDAL
PHIS MACHINE! has no superior, LLa
adapted to all ; . kinds of work. It only
needs a trial to be tipprociated. It will her.,
fell, seam, tuck, bind, quilt, braid, embroider.
cord, gather and ruffle,midis the - best and chea
pest machine for fazail use ever offered to the
-The DOTIBLE LOCI, ELAB,7IC STITCH ItfArlltSF.
is.superior to all ethers, ftir the reason tbat It
sews direct from the apopis . and requires
winding of thread; It 18 easily adjusted, ant
not liable to get out of order.
Persons wishing t•o purchase a machine,
by all means try this one, !Mori) buling
other. Call on, or address
Jan 4, '7l y
New Music Store
N'wopened in Smith. Bowen's ,•-
oral floor, n to . uaic room where ;6 I i.e
on exhibition, and for sale.
• Steinway and other Pianos,
Cabinet Organs, nt d a choice S 4 leeth. Act
Music. Now mnsici received every wool.
Lessons on Piano !and Organ,' and a Singir
will ho given Opportunity far pr.ketive td(
to those who may desire it II W. TODD
Wellaboro,reb. l's-3nao. •
Admiiiistra I or' s 01
LT E\TTERS I QF ;ADMINISTRATION
' oon grunted on tho eBtato Lilbtu h
lon, doconecd, Into of Richmond lowwlop,
persons indebted to said ostute and tiic , a bole.
claims agniost-thoMOO will SO tie %%WI
ZIMRI ALLEN, AJPir
Richmond, April 2t%, 071-fitv-
New 'Tahoe° Stoi e !
jRE subscriber' has fitted up th Store Dr.:
door oast Thomas Harden's dry ot
for the manufacture and sale of
CIGARS, (all grades), Fancy d C o mma n
SMOKING TOBAGO o,Michig Fine CO
CHEWING, and all kinds of
PLUG MBA 00, PIPES, and tAtchol
cest .13Y,and of CIGARS.
gr• Call and sfee for yourselves.
JOHN Sv. PUBSE L
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1871—tf.
TIOGA \ DRUG STORE!
BORDEN koeps constantly c'
it hand: Pure Drugs and
Chemicals, Paints and Oils, Wei
1 1•••• Stationery, Yankee Notions dc•
PRESCRIPTION CAREFULLY COIITOCIPtp
1 R. it, BORDEN•
Tiogap Jan. 1p 1871.4 y.
E. 1.. HAIG lIT,
Lanil)s Crept• I