The Tioga County agitator. (Wellsboro, Tioga County, Pa.) 1865-1871, June 21, 1871, Image 4

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BY TUE AUTHOR OF "A VlMitlit's POEMS."
tiWest, Poink?" Ye tp#lrris tlier:oue Ir • ma Pa-
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gamonE 4:16r ilt . long
.At the capital, I remember now, In our far
back battbAliye'r);l`.l3
If the bones groat Leader blundered and war,
therefore, went wrong, _
West Point would gave a subtle 'faith in that
- groat Leader's rays.
west Tr.? doi'atA. they' Clis
uate generals there,
Why, I wonder they do tiotAnd them out,
plumed. sworded, and ready-seared,
And just hecauife,iiticr"Allen:n boy. 2iae iliiPtiened
somehow to wear
The uniform of their cadets, let his shoulders
be splendidly 13 tarr',A, r
And if he in such _ strylight_ehould grope! on a
MHO ithend F -."
Of thnilithires or twe - Tir - thre,cntkeyi
... ”11.Et)1
4 1. aa
Does thet go to prove that not onetivi the ansty
diva Jegipii,A t ' i"
Could give him hie orders in secret and, point
him the way to your grace ?
Oh, you fanny_ Tycil berm . -where polio! -if. 49 , 3 7
Ilut I. fill ; :1 C t
5 0
You may shako the hand that finished your
• is t the that planned;
Itillat 'l?l'eai . ,:Poittiiat one 'rvh`o• studied - .
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I mence,c Brew, ;, . ;„,„
In the nanielcr4_name of a Priiate con:unsettled
his chief to command!
If I eay that heliaiseki; thvinkti a oretin4 his
breast, up the 11114;
And lies buried where grave•marks by thous
ands at Arlington . whiten the.air- 7
Why—you will.go on and believe that our very
first warrior still- -- - •
Sitson:joking hia.-pipinf Pelee in the Presik
dentiat'ettsj.,ehOelk - ;
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aillo VIL T UR E.
Fruit and Vegetables by Weight.
Wm clip from the -Amerfccor' grocer
the folloW Ing just, and timely ructidle on
the: , subject .of soiling vegetables and
fruits-by weight. It cannot fail to Com
mend itself_to the good SenSe of both
producer ainl.copsumer.: • „ ,
"We hope •id t see accomplished the
reform of selling by weight 'vegetables,
frulis, 'eggs and nearly every edible ar
ticle sold by measure. Boxes in which
fruits are sent are of all sizes and shapes,
filled in all sorts of ways; cases of the
same 'number of boxes from difibrent
producers will differ from three to six
pounds in weight of fruit, though the
ituality may be the same, and the fami
ly who buys from one consignment gets
more for the money than those who
buy from another; the producer who is
most honest gets least. , A piemium is
thus paid for deeeption,.and the worst
of it is the consumer, in nine cases out
of ten, does not know that he has been
cheated. A man who buys a barrel of
apples does not know whether he is get
ting two or three bushels. FON people
litop to think about it. There is no law
i)xing the standard of a barrel of apples
or other fruit that we know of. If a
producer is honest enough to send his
apples in barrels containing two and a
holf to..three.bushole, there are pienty
of dealers it iShiniek enotigh "to transfer
them to baryels• that contowlaut, two
bushels; and a barrel of apples is a bar
rel of apples, no matter what size. Ei
ther there should be a barrel standard
fixed, or the fruit should be sold by
weight."----Er.
We append the following remedy for
;:mall pox, because this fearful disease
is getting rather common, and because
many are opposed to vaccination on ac
count of the many fearful Jlisenses there
by transmitted.—Rd.
A SM A LL PDX RFIMEDY.—A corres
pondent of the Stockton (Cal.) Hemid
writes as follows :
I herewith append g recipe which
I►as bee►► used to my knowledge in hun
dreds of eases. It will prevent or cure
the small pox though the - pittings are
tilling. When - .Telmer discovered cow
pox in England, the world of science
buried air avalanche,npon►his head, bpt
when the most scientific school of med
icine in the world— that of Paris—pub
lished this recipe as a panacea for small
Pox, it passed unheeded. It is as un
failing as fate, and conquers in every
instance. It is harmless4-when taken
by a well person. It will also cure
scarlet fever. Here is the irecipe as I
have used it, and cured my,chlldren of
scarlet fever; here it is as I have used
it to cure small pox; when learned
physicians said the patient must die, it
cured.
Sulphate of zinc, one grain ; fox glove
(digitalis.) one grain; half a teaspoon
ful of sugar ; mix with two tidde spoon
fuls of water. When theruughly mixed,
add four ounces of water. Take a spoon.
ful every hour. Either disease will dis
appear in twelve hours. For a child
smaller (loses according t 4 age. If coun
tries would compel their; physicians to
use this, there would Wit's: , need of pest
houses. If you wade 'advice and ex
perience, use this for that terrible'
dis
ease.
'rho Rural New Yorker has the fol
lowing : Chickens are very often seen
in \ the poultry yard drooping and mop
ing about, and finally die before any
attention is paid them, and the breeders
nre profuse in their queries as to what
killed their fowls. One reason is Abet .
the chickens are either too highly fed or
become lousy. Iu the former case , the
fond should be chopped eggs, bread
i
and meat scraps fro the table chopped t
fine, and let them aye plenty of fresh
mold and. road sand or gravel. In the
latter case,..pht.:Serne ..w.Orrowood in
their water 'ptptgiease the head thor
oughly with . lard or butter. In our
- youthful d'ays the first 'thing we did af
ter the (thicken was out of the shell was
saturatelts head well with fresh but
ter. This preeautlen, in our opinion,
has saved many a brood.
Cu LT V ATE THE Colt's:. Constant
cultivation can not be too strongly urged_
fn. the corn crop. As soon as theblade
appears above ground, pass through
the rows with a harrow made for the
purpoNe, or with the cultivator. Con-
Ftant stirring of the soil will destroy
the' young weeds and push- the corn
ahead. A week thus gained ; may save
the crop from an injurious frost when
near 'ripening. An. excellent imple
ment for this purposeis Shares home
hoe ; with it. a,careful
,hand may cut
out the . weeds to within an inch of the
growing corn. By going twice in a
row thecrop may be effectually hoed,
and much hand-weeding saved. The
-soil does not need Stirring deeply; one
inch is sullicien . t ; deeper would injure
the corn roots, which love to spread
near the surfaed. For this reason all
deep cultivation should be avoided.—
The surface should be kept level; the
crop will thrive better than by bury
ing the roots under a ridge of soil ; there-
fore, keep*ie plow out of thO cornfield.
This crop requires heat and moisture,
and a level, mellow, porous Aurface will
secure these. A soil peeked with rain
and baked by the hot sun, 'cannot be
endured ; therefore, If u heavy rain
should occur,
followed by Airy weatbe4
rn
tu ha at, onee to the exeluttam air sin
also, stud busk Op tbis (,:rtikt;
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uismoittlititss:
:1 WHOLESALE
cyr r 3. " . ' 51 7 4
GRI I':
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ELMIRA,_N. Y.
PROPRIETORS OF
!‘
%flit COFFEE & spic
y oiIMORETROS.4. CO4'wout , oall the at.'
Jj!tention of the Trade in the eo, , nties of the
Southern Tier of New York and'Ndrthern Penn
sy Iva ON , : = the' large and fall' assortment of
.GRO cEnrEs& PRO 11 1 IKONS
oonetantly oil hand At their extend
aficoStoros, No. 37 and 38 Carroll
and;offored for sale on the most
iatitfaction 'Rail oases guaranteed
Our' Stetiin
'for the , Roasting of Wee and th
Coffee Siiicea, ity.of .the'
i.royed consttuctlon, and not e
in the country.
TEAS.
Ire have a full stock of choice
dirge t from Importers in Now Yor e
Belles cheap as any house in, the
Strr I int t z , ..,lasMV.s
"
froiSi the; best, Itefliteis';.dnA - e
lowest New Xotic quotations,
FORP ! ION . ‘DRIEp
3 ‘%:, - : KIND .6v NUT,
riisirrik..-!1
We buy froth Drat hands
afford a fierier article at n lerseer
firm in Western;Alerr York.
WOODEN WARE, Cordage
rug ne, of' geode,
LitIVOR
Wo - calf the attention of the,T
stock of Winos and Ligriers, whi
fineness aro unsurpassed.
TM P,ORTEQ_ALES—SerAcIi,
glish, and hf thohost hrands'con
FORMICIWIAND • DOM ESIT
Wo epecially.ipvitm34rehaFep t
amino. ) qw 4t)plt,, of Korc!ilia,
Liquors `bk3 P6r6 hujring'olkowhot:
M EDWINA% .W II ISKEY—
espoolu.l bentit of theslok, a Our ,
Bourbon W fur the Drugg
Solo Agents ettlre
fu britt - f; woinvilo ti dlosti mint
and their prices, the whole anti
numerous to mention in detail.
1,OR11()RE 1.1 t(),
No. 37 'a 39 . Carroll St.
Sept-21, 1470.-ry. "".
Albemarle Land
=
ELIZAWETWOTY, NORT
LARGE AND SMALL FA
at prices ranging from $8
on reasonable terms of payme
Timber L
covered with Pine, Juniper,
Poplar Timber, close to Day
to $lO per acre.
Village Prope
Stores, Wood and Brick D
Lots and Wharves, excellent o
friondly people, navigable
markets, favor this looality:
SMITII & SLIAW
May 3, 1371
•Wellsbord .
„ COR. MAIN ST.St,
111
WELLSBO
I= !
SOL. RUNNEL,
Thi is a popular WWI lat
Holiday. The Propriotor wi
make it a first-elass house.
rive and depart from this Lou . 1 i
inAttendanco.
_AO_ 'Livery a
Jan 1,1871-1 y '
For Sale. or
AGOOD dairy farm in 1 1
oga county, Pa., about •
Ilorough of Tioga. about 10
and AG unimproved. Has
throo‘dwelling houses, an ap
erd, andother fruit twos._ To
joining on the west, a far .4!
from 40 to 200 acres as depi
improOd; with a SgGoda..batri
:apple, orchard. Good fora
Jan 1, 1871—tf.C. 1
-4,1
Wellsboro
T J. BURGIN would 'fia -1
0 • Wellaboro and •to;nit
pared to supply tlaom with • ,
BREAD, PIES A D 'CAKES,
of the best quality. We al .43 verve meals and
and Fresh OYSTERS to thos cwbo wish. Call at
the old Stevens' stand. J. J. BERGIN.
Nov. 23,1870-IY.
T EtTERB 01 /11)1MIThili
becn granted to the undi
tat* of ilraereus W. Niles, deli
dishury tOwnihlp, those ind
si,N.sjosis clatter against sat
solAa VATBARIN
144041niq 1471
tin
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.fir: ~ _#?'
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Mill
El
NM
Witillhollllo
: treat, N. Y.,
terrasy
nis
1. Grinding of
oserecant
n i ceilled by any
eas. We buy
. for dash, and
rade,
Syrups
St•~8t~8~.tyill~
AND ALL
EMI
itekle,d
.
East -and can
price than any
nd BnYome—A
de to ou i r largo
h for purity and
rich and En
tahtly on knrid
',call 'and. wc
an('lento
'o put up forth°
• OElolo of Old
at Tuttle..
I rbarin Wine Co.
ny or our goods
ment being too.
; tic . (JO.,
Y
Agency
AItOLINA
=I
MS FOR BALE
to 575 per nem
nds
ypraza, Gum and
i gation. Price $3
y,
-ellings, Vacant
imato, fertile soil,
ateo and , good
nquire of -"
Att'yB at Law,
Eli
both City, N. C
Hotel,
. lIE AVENUE,
0, PA. .
PROP / R.
tiy kept by B. B.
spare no pains to
• II the stages sr
o. A good hostler
Cached.
I.
ioga township, Ti
miles west of the
I acres improved,
.11 it three barns,
le and peach oroh
ratrestcy. Mooed*.
and timber lands
ad, with• 80 acres
cgdOd' hula and
irying farm.
. SEYMOUR,
;'R,. ;,; "Tloga,Pa.
akery.
to the citizens o
that he le pre
' .Notice. ,
RATION baying
Vereigned on the ea.
iceased, late of Mid.
bted to and those
estate, will settle
Ow.
NTlinfi, Atifer.
Insuranc - ;..
I 1 Tal"111
HAND IN lIAND
MUTUAL LIFE 7
INSURANCE COOMY
office, No. 112 S. 4th Mt., Philadelphia.,
IneOrporated Feb'y 23,1567.
Chart'll Capliakssoo,oooi
- " '1.14)6604*
Stock and Mutual): cembinipg- - Aeourity
Profits. SuppoSit yourlarelfdieady
first=class company, and from any ciuse what.
ioy - firi (say after ten yearly payment) you do not
'or , c4nnO t, pay I o ager.ao, die—your inwrance Is
gone and your monoY - Wistid';' se' 3n -tfia
"Ifand-IN : JAND:',aII Policies are NON-Foa
iairArr.r..l :7,1, t t
'''This company which ranks among the most
nies, grants polieles on all desirable plans, both
,itLtll and without tro T fitsi,: ' ---
Thqr_4
Traveling Priveleges'anresilloted.
All policies are inoontestible after one year
front any of It tijxordlit4y mtillse, i r . -- '"* -- n-
Lrk to t leitijdt, Istsattik ,ncer leasii'aitaniitt
the ollowing - Compaiiitlite Table. l Isiroz4e
times alleged by Agents of other Companies,f,hat
the Company they represent Is safer than others.
While we unhesitatingly assert our belietin the' , `
„soundness and stability of all companies, we de
sire Ito present the following for the inspection of
thole desiring to Insurer-. , ","--,-,- z
The following compinieilfrdurratelneltuncuw
Wilhite') charged by each for an insurance on,
life at the age of 80 years, payable at death:
i
Annual premium :: „Ten anneal •
i for life. payments.
!travelers' $143,84 : $83.21
Ho ne,
0 , .41..4.. : 22,73, -42 1 80 r7 1
• 110 It I. t 1,81
, .. t 1 . e i (40,01 'l*
gqui 1)143, 7 .1. i. 12 10
Wasitipgtion,t .? 421, 0; 46,a7 f
If and-iii-Etaind, I'6, .0 32,60
' I(not already.inslired take .a policy_ with the
' 6 1111411-INliiA6."; ' 't,
' " ..-
r: , ._ t 1;, . ,! r i 11 .
the best Mutual Company In the wattle 13tIttek,„
, „.
" March, 1, ISM-Iy.
4 A. M. INGHAM, Agent.
AGENTS *.W.gD:'
A RICH F,1191D !! A NOBLE WORK 1 !..1
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WITH OVER 1000 ILLUSTRATIONS,
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ical Events, 'Landscape Scenes, Antiquities,
Costumes, Beasts, Birds, Insects, Plants, -Min
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referred to throughout the Saga Tait . . .." - T by
attract the eye, correct erroleenti impressions,
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views of i)lvine Truth. Ad a.lielp to Parents;
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EXPERIENCED AGENTS are wanted
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- liberal arrangementi will be ade. An -oppor
"amity of equal promise is rarely or never pre
sented. Its sale will not be limited to any
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,tly increasing with the growth and Intelligence
of the country. It is therefore desirable that
those who engage with us, shall do so with a
•viow to making the business a permanent one.
MINISTERS, TEACHERS, STUDENTS,
FARMERS, YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN—
those who would meet with the most profitable
of all employments—are invited to , correspond
With us with a view to an agency. Not few
such are now averaging froth:MOO' to V7OOO
annnarprotits in its sale. There is a great
want for the book and a rich field offeredi while
it will elevatenhe spiritual condition , by con
stant contact with and conversations upon Its
beautiful and eternal truths:
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furnished the work In line bindings. This plan la
quite popular and profitable in cities and large towns.
We have an edition of the book, superbly bound, with
massive pannoled sides, which bee been everywhere
received with marked favor. Subscriptions for the
Pictorial Bible, In this style and in this way, can be
obtained to an almost unlimited extent, aii there Is no
outlay of money Ant , tip Inbli::tekder Aels. mStEo a
which will yield him - so tich 'a-return.
•
oWe aro also the Publishers of .POTTBR N 871,ND1
SAD EDITIONS of Family, Pulpit; Tooke and Pho.
tograph Bibles and Testaments—nearly 8 0 different
styles—so well known everywhere for th:accuracy
of text, beauty of finish , f
Always ask for POTTRRINIFINNTIO 13DITIO g and get
tho best. Catalogues ;containing styles ; nd 13TICe,
furl:dished on application. - -
For Circulars containing full description of Tat
/9ctoszet. FRAME BIBLE, With sample sheot,,And ternitit
AO Agents, address, 'TOTTER'S BTANDARD BIBLE AND
TESTAMENT HOLISE,"
JOHN E. 'POTTER &.
C 0.,•,
PUBLISHERS,
614 and 617 Baneom Ltreeti
PIXILAD.T.AVELIA.
YOUNG BERTRBD.
rrims well known Stock Horse will stand for
Blares during the season at the subscriber's
Stable in Weßebore. His stook is so well known
thote is no necessity of remarks. It is sufficient
to say, for roadsters they aro. not surpassed, or
for power of endurance. The said horse is, a
coal blank, weighs 1000' lbk., is sound, and ' kind
in harness, his foals prove the most serviceable
of any horse in this section for all purposes.
At the request of numerous patrons, I have de
termined to stand him where he can be found at
all times by those that wish: er his services.
B.A. FISH, Proprietor.
Wollsboro, April 280871.-3 m; ..
13 a04 1 4 . 13 I cY •
In the Dee. Court of the U. S. for the Western
District of Penta'a.
n the matter of James Porter Bankrupt-4o
whom it may concern : The undersign
I
hereby gives notice of his appointment as as
signee of James Porter of Ward, in the county
of Tioga, in the State' of4'Penrsylvtini4 within
said District, who has been adjudgod it,. Bank_
rupt ore Creditors Petition c hrtheiDlittrietCottrt.
of_said-District.
H. N. WILLIAMS, Assignee.
June 14; 1871-3 t.
Cowanesque Valley Railroad.
itTOTICE is hereby given that the Stookhold
ers of the Cowanesque Valley Rrilroad.Com
piny, will meet at the Hotel of L. Dagget, in
Lawrenceville Pa., on Wednesday, June 28,[1871,
at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of electing n
President and twelve Directors of said comPany.
J EL PARKHURST,
B NJ. DORRANCE,
J HN PARKHURST,
•- - P. IP TUlsl3k.:l: ,- „4
114.1*XTBle;if.
- . :4;Yr Chii salOte
Elkland, jtine 1 - 4;fBT : * ir
•
Livery
WATKINS & LOUDEN ro.
spectrally inform the pub
lio that they have established a
Livery for Hire,
tr
At their Stable on Peiri oPpeelteiVlieelaeli
wagon shop.? Single or doable rigs furnished fo
Ardor. They aim to keep good kerne and wa.
gone, and intend to please. Prices reasonable.
WATKINS A LOUDEN.
Jan. ,1871-IY.
3Psia;Sr. 1r...713
A L PERSOliSiriaehted t‘cil l ittnian - &
e for Sawing Lumber aro requested to
ray without May.
1Tt111044, 1811. TRUMAN th DOWEN.
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10 )1 3
•au,
E WOULD A N
wititAce ,the,peeple pf Welieboro auctlrictetty, that we
TIT ire!picoivtog filiok t% lelpiepje 4.94-hif
ME
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In
ME
Seasonable Goods at unprecedented Prices.
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- Thera ~4as jut beqng. i pitat,deqll P.ri
.M 7 -14omeitio ilotton Goode, :And they ern pow pelllag for
lestithintakiini tline:sf o -11311(l.' 'Wit &b lot believe in parading-it long list of 'prices in news
-pitintiOnit Ewa , in's:tat:lila we say, when we elaitd to sell Goode *heap„ People from out of
it,ciWn a$ infrCto make money by coming here to buy goods. We have a tyPlendld assortment of
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DeLaines, Percales, 4oliOrs, Plaids, , French and Irish Poplins, Japa
nese Silks and Robes, Fancy Colored and Blach Dress Silks,
and many articles our ispa,oe does not permit us to speak of, but if yori will call we will show
you the LARGEST STOOK in town, and, at priced that "cannot be beat". anywhere
Corning, N. Y. Apri,l,39, 3870.
The Largest
HAVING hieilities for buying and handling large quantities of Goods enables him to offer
them at the lowest Jobbing prices. In our retail department Goode are sold at a small ad.
vance over wholesale prices. A large stock of ,
TranOfer prame;:its; Stripelng, Pencils
A full line of all classes of Goods appertaining to our boldness kept in stock,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS, BENCH
&MEWS, BAHNDOOR HANGINGS,
a new thing, and made for use. These are bat a felwfolthe many skidoo nomposing the stook
oflfardware. ' I invite the public to call and eiamine for themselves. aim to keep the
beet quality of goods in my line; and all work to {order done pronotly_aad well.
SASti, DOORS, BLINDS, AT FACTORY PRICES
Wellsboro,Feb. 1.1871-Iy. WILLIAM ROBERTS.
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roileccalittilia. P. ROBERTS) DEALER'' , N -
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STOVES,
IRON, NAILS, CARRIAGE BOLTS, HORSE SHOES,.:AND HORSE NAILS,
lazeirrpomaterfav
••Terins Cash, and pHs& realifkblo.,,girst door above Cone House.
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all 4 are,- 1 4adito r Apply all who may come with'.
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Desirable Dress Goods,
(to., at prices very much lees than last season. We also keep a full line of
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GLAM,
,„ A:I63IKiiii i i[SII , TOLE AND DOUBLE THICK.
IS,INOS AHD CALOR%
VAR iSHES--:AND VARNISH BRUSHES, A PULL STOCK
and Brushes for earriake and
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►Moves !
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Agoueralidoek of Builders Materiels. .LOOKS, BUTS, LATCHES, HINGES, &o.;
Also. 'WRAPPING PAPER at msunfaeturersprloes. -- -
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:: - 303381NG:',1)-ROSIIPTLY A.TTENBED TO.
liffill
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00CE*th . S, CROCKERY,
stabrishmiont in Northern Pa.
WROLESALB AND RETAIL
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Having on hand tti large stock of Tin, Moves
and Hardware, the undersigned takes pleasure
to announce that he has at a great outlay, ad
ded to the ueuat stook of the old stand on
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete assortment ,of Shelf Hardware,
of which he enumerate the following artioles
NAILS, SPIRES; CROWBARS,
K OUT, MILLi HAND AND BUCK
SAWS, BUTS, STRAP HINGES,`
CARPENTEEkIi . TOOLS, PUMPS,
• AXES, AUOERS,BITTS,BITT
STOOK* HATCHETS,
OMISELS,
TIN AND fillialn
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NEWELL & OWEN.
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W. C. KRESS.
Stoves
9VC;PC)IfiIp
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arr 1 1 ." fielinbolh—ki
leo _ , .. . lib', :1i... , -,..i 4 !,.-.... ._ 4..c
li i ikiiiii) titiOge Ifiiikiik
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A r a', 10 i 1•,,,,
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„. 1 r,ll frilin% rii..,4.11 i:1",!": Ur,-', '' r`, j: I.;'
liiloilePiWii .: 4lilkiliiii i iiCi ittitiliartiiiill t VI iild "
1 -In7 iiiiiiii*Ei;hhiCliiiiiiiijitfeir: %, iIr c -' :.:1
For! ' ififer - , p f4 i n • ii , : Ta us t c e . c &
ione AireariOni;',V,KikFifirikiiiiixii-
aclie;Veitiarieisii„'" , ete.; , Ptioetkirvve-•
iabte,'"afitainfing sto - fglitu rthiry; Aline.
?car orlYeleteribuiltnigk::%!
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Comp
uliare pgjeatra l tievoetwlleirtfully pleaaaat.
Purgative, Amperaadfas s .eetdor sk l a eaite,_ ream
eta, eta. %%Oa A ribtbliSk. ed teitadeptalde tik
the tdoifiadlV-4fiefilVe tohiTifid eitiseueldiet
nausea' ithrlriphigAmitta: :': Virejr:areAlzomPoriedl
of thbArmaktevede..ktfttigt434:lo9i
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of th6.4„.....,,,Tm0zi,,,,,,,,,, ~3„.„,47.
tea u411"4 4 9 , ,ag-4,9l, fi tritp il IWO th_e
maga after Valet the •iii m lesi
prudaude 6W dreetighcllkt.Aliti tdtaireca
pottudifltildAztettefflatahvbraiaturaillicafe
pot ettag - 9 01 KtfultfaAnt 00401h#AMIMIO,10 1
pills dot dtssolyei,l44, pees mougulhe 'dank ,
aoh livitheardisi3olviag, volittequimii 16 net
I
prod oe the deeked etieqt. The Gatawba Grape
Title bolas ple;usaut is elate and odor, do not
note sitaitt t heifl3 eld 00 gar is 6 atod ; 1 Tridefili.v
contort+ 4 . )):# : r. :::.. .....::,.t, . , ..:';.:i i • .1 - ..1
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Hroir,.o, l) .o)VEliArpt r:gb
Dili fadiaja r ' :- 10,104itte' tbr 401,,
will iraillaallY aztahnlaiite*iiii tba ayai...,,,,14,y
-shille,°ooiref*A. rts*•'.l4reg, Uloqos Baia BOY,
I lt
ore 14 0 g#, 13:04 4 . * tir,—*WizeOrifilaticibit*
Skininisaawiai , liOitil' p*liii?ei"Riititiinfip
from Militia; 4 iiiiiiio;,Taiiiiliit, titiWiatf=
rona!AffeetiOng - ir6 st - ittikiti 'Night - Eittiatii,"
Glaidulat extelliaxa,,Atar,
~,a3,,or# of
all killtlPNltrtilti; Teitiitaid:aFlld
all diii.l4, a ':il'ailo?' is,k( ` i eetell,l , l rt . 'hi liiii
systirii`fieyaiirs: , ' "•- ' - li " 1 •• - •
Being prepared expreeely for the • above com
plaints; its blood pvirliyingpropertiels arc eater
t i. 4
than any, other praperation of earsaperll ti. It
glves •thn eititiipioulou ti l olear and healthy color,
and reeterealliepairezit to'i.ettite of . heat • and
purity.; -For4brifyitig tkoble6d;'rornoiing all
ohrotinUenititritlonni-diaitiiiiie arising front" an
impu re' kite lof the-blood; and . lite only -reliable
and uffeotnal known remedy for the cure of pains,
and' !Availing_ 'of the bones, nioeratione of the,
throat and lege o lilotoherf piteplee on - the. farm,'
eryalPeiatifiitid , all Mealy eruption!! of the skin,
and beentlfying'tlin eomplezion. ,
enry T. Itelmboldls
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00XEIVT,142;RD B
• Clll4 THE GREAT'DIVERTIO, •
hue cured, every, visa of Dinbeteti in which it
has been given,, irritation of dui- neck of the
bladder stxtdinilaceniation of the kidneye,..uleer
atiolf:nf wik#f4oy# OiCiffitader, retention" of
nrine4inetteep of the:prostrate ;gtend; atone in
the I)4,4iter o ,noPitt, ,grayel;btiokddst deposit;
andumeoas m ilky dicohnripts; find for enfee.
bled and delioate constiEntfens,of both sexes;
attended With the 'following symptoms : Indis
position to exertion, loss of power, loss of mem-,
ory,, difficulty of breathing, weak nerves,. trem
bling, horror of disease, wakefulries, dimnesi of
vision, pain in the back; hot hands, flushing or
the body, dryness of the akin, eruption on the
face, pailid countanance i universal lassitude
,of
the muscular system, etc,
Used by,personelr,pm the ages of eighteen to
twellVAlres tilidiroin , 3s:l4 0, :4 the:decline 'or
Change of life;
,tifter cunfinfdient or !abet plans;
for bed -wetting In children.
_._ • _
Helmbold's Extract , Buohu is diuretic and
blood purifying, and cures all diseases arising
_tro l l habits of, slissipatiort and excesses and int.
pn OnoeLlivilloplitiporil M
ies or el blows; oto.,
'au raiding eapalbolnaffeetions for which it it
need. and syphilitic) affeotions—in these diseases
need is connection with Halatbold's Rose Wash.
LADIES.
In many affections peculiar tO 'adios, the Ex
tract Dacha is unequaled by any othet renrly—
as in' ehloroithr or retention, irregularity, pa ntal
nese or suppression of customary; evakuations,
ulcerated or salami state of the uterus, letzeorr
hula or whitesioterilityi , and - for._ 1 complaints
incident to the serf witetherartslnrisom indis
cretion or habit's Of - dinitlitton: lt'ie preliOribed
extednivoly.by the most emineit ohyszcians and
raidstlted for_ infOribled 'ankdOileate cointita
tionsi, dflothions and alivitgos, (attefide'd*ith
any of the'above'dbieuefor symptomq
IL T. Iliehnbolti's. Xxtract
arnasirs 4*R,4 ARLyzzth JiOlf
IMP NUDENOES, DISSIPATION, £2 0.,
in 11l their siages;at little eiponen, or no
ehinge in diet, no ineenveriienee, and no expo
sure, It causes a frequent .esiire, and gives
strength to-urinate, thereby.. ronuming .obstrnoa,
dons, preventing ; aud. ouringitriotureis of the
nrOrai allaying pain'andinfiatamation, so fre•
Tent lnthlo olaes.of.diseases, and expelling all
poieoaou9 niatfeiv;* =, -
ai t
Thousands, who bay° been he victims of in
competent persons, and .who haVa paid heavy
l en
fees to be cured in a short ti have found they
had beendeoolved, and " that ' he 4 poisbn' has,
by the use of ‘tiowerfilitstrit . ts,! been dried
up Inthe System, to:break out in a more.aggra.
vatbdiertn, and perhaps after: marriage. ,
Use fleltaboid'epttraottu._ g ,for all affec
t:lou and db.:mama firtlia-,usin ry imam,. Whi
ther (talking in'zifaXe'oi'fisi from whatever
cense originagng, endue me ' ter of how long
statiding., 'ee, oils. doliur , end fifth dent. per
bottle.
S. T. HE4MI§O.I,D'S IMPROVED
.ROSE WASH
cannot be surpassed'as a face wash, and will e ,
found the only epeolfie remedy in every speoi e
'of cutaneous affeotion. It speedily eradioat a
pimples, spots, Scorbutic dryness, indurations of
the cutaneous membrane, etc., , dispels redness
and incipient inflammation, hives, rash, moth
patches, dryness of scalp or skin, frost bites,.
and all purposes for which salves of ointments
aroused; restores the skin'te a state of purity
and softness acid insures continued healthy ao
tio'utic the tissue of its yeesels, on which depends
the agreeable clearness and-vivacity of:complex
iort so much Sought and iiiimired. But' however
valuable as a remedy;for 'milling defects of the
skin, H. T, ilelmbold's Rose -Wash' has long sus=
tabled its principal claim to unbounded patron ,
ago, by ponieeing qualities which render it a
toilet appendage
_of the moat Imporlative and oon
genial.ohareattir,,conibiningin as .elegant for
mula those prominent requipitep, safety and effi
caiw—the invariableaboonipaninients of its use
—as A preserative and refresher of the complexr
ion. It is an excellent lotion for diseases of n
syphilitic nature, and as an injection for disea
sett of the urinary orgnns,..ariting from habits of
di iwip ati on, usid4n noiwieetiontvitli the Extracts
Bitohn, Sarsaparilla and Catawba Grape Pills,
in , euoh disetuteli aCreicipareentled, cannot be
passed. , •
. „
Fall and explieit (Mentions I aolompany ,the
medicines. Evidenec„oLthe.-most , reeponeibie
and reliable okarotOlt 1= 1 41 4 4 "01 1 EV0414140,
witb.bnikdredaefAketicande,of -living witilesi4pgr
and npward of ,111409 *soli • ited c ertilleates and,
recomnieudato rylettere rue yof whioh are from
the higheat sources,„ iaola , rig. eminent. Alit-,
Oisitll), elergynieniltatcentim eta. The proprie
tor hismerer.reseeted. t air - pkahlidectionl in
thenewipaperk*-;.11e dbeell • t'do this, front the
fact that hic'ertieles rank a: etandard prepura-
Non*, and da not need to be' • ropped up by cer
tificates: • • •
Scary, iretObaits ,9frailine Prep' q
riir:tonB
delieored,to any,a4driss, lopgre trim observe,
tion.
ifetablioAcd upword of tesseAy yaqrs. Idold
druggists overrrheris Address letters for Infor
mation, confided /00,, to ife47, rf..ftelrabold,
druggist Otiediet. Only depots: ifenry,,T.
Itatubold's drug and 'chemical ,warrhouss,
WM Broadway, R. rat, oiltd H. T. Hoinibold's
medical depot, 104 South Tenth stroet,.Phiiadol.
pleia, Pa. .
Artiore coupiefoito. ,
.40 for Hon -21 k
itgiinwil „rake so**. ' Nit 8
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Aar, ANDi OILS,- - • - -•- ..• •
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O,IADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
OONCENTRATED MEDWINES,.
: IREDELL'S FLUID, EX
TRA.CTS,.
ME
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EXTRAOTS, KEOSENE LAMPS, •
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PATENT ME
ESTER PERFUMERY
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AID FLAVORING,IXTRAOTP, WALL
ji PAPERi.WINDOW GLA,BS h
LiDIE
AND-Dif 00L0*19;‘,,,,
sAkinNTs FOR MARVIN it 000,8 RE
FINED OIL. . •
MINE
likild i nt Wholesale Prie4. Buyers areretiuested
tnoalliind 'get quotayai bokie going farther,
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Net. •
„ W. D. TERBELL it 00.
1' acirOug, N. Y., ,
Furnituf; 1 Furniture I
B. T. VAN HORN,
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11011jA.VING completed Me newt Cabinet Ware
JUL
hones on Mainetreet, Wellaboro, has stook
ed it with a large and enperior aeeorted etock o
FURNITURE.
Chamber Suits, Walnut, Ash, Maple
iommt• from $l5O down, and as cheap
as the same goods can be bo't
, In the aide's, freight added.
Parlor ,Suits, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogany, Reps or Hair Cloth,
itil
from $125 down. Also,
SOFAS. LOUNGES, COUCHES, TETE
A-TETES,
Center Tablett, Walnut or Marble Tope
Looking lasses; Brackets Pa
per Ra Its, Booking Chairs,
all kinds,
Wholetiale and Retail.
I 'am manufacturing as usual, and intend to
keep a full stock of ware, home and city made
at all times. My Ware Rooms aro simoious and
float, and now contain the largest, cestlielt and
hest stock of Furniture" ever brought into the
o,6nUty.
• , ,
Planing and Matching,
SCROLL; SAWING i - MOULDIN(I,
done to order at ,the Factory. • _
Jan. 1," 1871—tf B. T. VAN BORN.
Ingham's Woolen Mills!
MIRE subscribers will pay Cash, Full-Cloth,
I,* Oarsimam, llamas, au., ho., for Wool.—
Thoreau manufacture se usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SHARES
to snit cniitomois. All work, warranted aerep
resented. They invite particular attention to
whfoh are warranted in every respect. Partin
lar attention given to
ROLL CARDING
CLOTH 'BRESSINGI,
INGHAWB large stook of Casalmeres, .to ~2$
percent less than any competitore, and wartant
ed as represented.
ANGHAIIit3 manufacture to order, and do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and Cloth Droning, and
defy competition.
ICTGRAPJS have as goad an assortment of
Filll Cloths, Cassimeres,
and give more for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your-
INGHAMS wholesale and retail at the Cow
*mosque btilla,2 lollop below Knoxville.,
Out Clothe are warranted, and sold by_ tho
following persona:
0, B .ICELLEir, Wolleboro, Pa.
T. L• BALDWIN & CO., Tioga, Pa.
J. O. BENNETT, Oovington,Pa. ,
Doer:Iola, Jan 1, 1871—tf
WELLSBOItO AND MANBFELD
STAGE :LINE.
ifiNge THE undersigned, proprietor of
this line takes this method of in
forming the public that the above Stage runs
daily (Sundays excepted,) between the two pia
r
eesas follows,:
Leaves Wellsboro at 8 a. m. , aad arrives at
Mansfield at 10,30 a, m.'
L aver Mansfield at 2.30 p. m.,andArriveS a
Wel shoro at 5 p.m. ^NP-Parel,2s.
J n 1, 1871-0 W. B. VAN HORN
TO FARMERS•
AVING purchased the famous horse Cos
sins M. Clay, who is a son of old !If enry
Oltty, and a half brother of the noted trotters
George M. Patchin and Judy Thorn, I wiil
stand him the present season at WeHaber°, with
the exception of Tuesday and Wednesday of
every second week. when he will be at Tioga, at
Smith's hotel. Terms $25 to iusure, $lO per
span. See posters for particulars.
C. J-.WEIEELER.
Wellsboro, May 3, 1871 3m
Administrators' Notice
ETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION having
JA been granted to the undersigned on the es•
tate of George M. Atherton, deceased, late of
Charleston township, those indebted to and those
haviig claims against said estate, will settle
with MARY ATHERTON,
DEXTER G. ATHERTON,
Charleston, May 31, 1871 6w Adm'ra.
THE BEST HOTEL in the COUNTY,
,
THE "10N1111011SE"
NEW. Roadie large and well ventila
ted, Aeeomraodations not surpassed by
any Brat claes hotel in the " Northern.
Tier." ,Bu.La no higher than at
,seeond and
third : rata hotels. Vocation; bonier of Malit and
Walntratreets, Wellaboro. • • '
A good table,good liquors, good order, and a
good hostler. A. 13. GRAVES, Prop'r.;; : ,:
March 8,1871.
VCR BALE.—A house and lot, altuated'in
WeHaber°. Inquire at It. C. Bailey's hard
ware store. D. 11. BELCHER.
June 14,1871 4w , .
Cash Paid for WOOL?
T DERBY & FISHLER'S SHOE
ASTORE,
ON MAIN BTIVEtTi WELLI3bORO.
. Jun. tr o tf
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with Upholstery to suit.
DEERFIELD, PA.
their Water Proof
CA,S I SIMERES,
=. 4 trip
10Q7 AM SHOT ;STORE.
I .
rifillitY, , ,,A . FI#IILEB. bare
If rtortAnt.ltaiii a large "stock
of Boots and lithocti, find propose
lIII* I ' litid continuing the'ltirittatificture of
• ‘
the same; et the Shop ,.
'lately oc
cupied by Fishier it Randolph... They also pur
pose,reducing prides on: nit 'goods Ond selling
strictly
1
t FOR CASill.'
• We keep a good aesortmeni of
-
slat and Caps,
BOOTS,' i3ALucirtAis; GAITERS,
' BOOTEES, BROGANS AND
GAle.,l94sllll,lS'
Warranted to fit any foot (rpm_ No. 10, to 13 in
• 'elusive. • ' •
.06t Stock of';.
FRENCH CALF, 'FREgeff ;' KIP, UP.
PER, 'BOLE, - With* CALF,
LININGI*I4I,IANO; ;MO;
ROCCO, id,-1-
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will be kept up as beretdfore.
On Fludingewe Isbell: be found; at home al- [
wain, and we shall endeavor to ;sell at prices'
satlataistory to the trade. We won't bo under.
sold. '
CASH PAID
FOR HIDES.
1 CUSTOM WORN
.Done prong* and , well. RoitAring done
on short notice. Drop in.and be convinced.
DERBY 18111. ER.".
I
Dec. 14 , 87V.—/y
TO THE, FARM
TIOGA COO
lAM now building at my mannfeeto l r
yille.a superior
PANNING 111XLL,
whichpossesseethe followingadvantageeover al lather
mills:
I.lt separates rye,oats,rat aIJ
chessand cockle, from wheat.
2. I t cleans flax seed,takesout yellow seed, and 4)
other seeds; perfectly.' •
8, , 1t cleanettutothy seed. i ,
1 , I
4. St does all otherseparatlogretphlredUf a ralll
This mill to built ofthe beet and' tneet durable tim•
ber,ingoodetyle.and is sold ch'eap tor cash, or pro
duce.
'will fit a patent sieve, for separating eatsfreat
wheat,tO othermills,onreasoifableterins.
r .11 ?SATHER .
' liawrencovllle,Jaa.l,lB7o-t f . •
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W4LUER & LETIROP,
DILSLEREV, IN
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
STO VES, TIIV-;WARE,
BEM, SAWS , ;CUTLER
, ; ,
' WATER LAME,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Carriage and Bargee* Trimmings
HARNESSES, SADDLES, Ac
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1,1871-y
TUE GOLO
ING MACHINE
SE
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THIS MACHINE has I no superior, and
adapted to all kinds of work. It only
needs a trial to be apprebiated. It will hem,
fell, seam, tuck, bind, quilt, braid, embroider,
cord, gather-and ruffle, and is the boat and chew
pest machine for t fa l Mily use ever offered to he
public.
The DOODLE Loon: ELASIIC STI7Cn MACIiINE
is superior to p.ll others, for the reason that it
sews direct from the sppols and requites no
winding of thread. It is 'easily adjusted, l end
not liable to get out of order.
Persons wishing to purChase n machine, sbo'S
by all means try this one, before buying :any
other. Call on, or addrepe •
Store.
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OW.oponed in Smith & Bowen's block, ve
il(
end floor, a music room where will bo kept
on exhibition, and 4)r sale'
'Steinway and other Pianos,
Cabinet Organs, and a ebcdce selection ? of Skeet
Mnsic. New music received every month.—
Lessons on Piano and 9igan, and in Sinicing
will be given. Opportunity for practice afforded
to those who may desire it; 11. W. TODD:
Wellsbero,Feb. 13-3 mo.
Jan 4,'11 y
New TobacCo 'store '
T"(subscriber has fitted up tho Stbr'e first
door oast Thomas Ifardon's dry goods store,
forthe manufadture and sale of
CIGARS, (allgradei), _fancy and Conmou
SMOKING TOBA CC o,Mich igan Pine Cut
CHEWING, and all kinds of
PLUG TOBACCO, PIPES, and the ;Itot
cent Brand of clGiiß S.
XiEt' OalLau 1 eee for yourselvee.
JOHN W. PIIRSi:L
Wellsboro, Jaii. 1,1871-4 f.
TIUGA DRUG STORE I
' / 1130 ADEN keeps constant)) , on
hand: Pure ..liruge anti Medici:a:,
• Chemicals, Paints and Oils, Lamp
Stationary, Yarikee Notions Sr '
PitIiSCRIYTION3 eAREFIIiLLY COli
ll.tlt, BORD;EN
Tioga, Jan. 1, 1571.-ly.;
1
Gen'l Insurance Age icy
KNOXVILLE, TIOGA. CO., PA
Life, Fire, and Accideno.
Assets over $24,000,000.
ASSETS OP 0611IPANIES:
Ins. Co. of North America, Pa $3,060,536 60
Franklin Fire Ins. Co. of Phila,Pa, 3,087,452 37
North British & Mercantile Ins. Co.
of London and Edinburg, 10,600,0 00
North Amer. Fire Ins.' Co; of N. Y. , 500,000
Niagara Fire Ms. Co. of N. Y 1;000, 000
Farmers Mut. Fire Ins. Co.iYork, Pa_ 909,889 15
Phcenix Mut. Life Ins. Cu. of Hart- '
ford, Conn 5,08,1,97 0 5 0
Penn'a Cattle Ins. Co. of Pottsville. 600,000 00
$2.4,929,847 64
Insurance p r romptlyoted by mail or other'
wise, on all kinds of Property. All Imo
promptly adjusted and paid. Livo stook insur
ed against death, tire ortheft.
AU communications promptly attended to
Office on Main Street, 2d; door above Chervil st.,
Knoxville ' Pa. WM. B. SMITH,
'April 215, ; Agent.
Administraiiies "Voila.
LETTER/3 OF ADMiNTSTRAfION havicg
been granted to , the undersigned on the
estate of Simeon Austinoleeeased,late of Union
township, those interstate I _will settle with
• ;AMY AUSTIN, Adto'x•
ITUIPOs /MN 7,187], B'7*, • ,
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IRS OF
TY. '
,in Lawrence
E. R. HAIGHT,
Lambe Creak, Pa
In