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A SUMMER MOOD.
I by me in the growing grass,
About me Mildred fellows throng,
. A very recklems company.
: ay people of the crowded,
Who follow Joy's recruiting liriuns;
NOT prift, nor any thorn, they leave
Tivutorrow till ta•morrow come?.
\Arlin - gatherit alliwoua gather more;
Who little bath, math need of none
Who wing a rare will long to win
Another that i 3 never won.
1. fling me in tlio grass, content
That not a Made belongs to me;
:And take no thought for mowing drys
A vagrant we to vagrancy. C
'A °Pic Lr Uf 1.?1.
DOWN WITH. THE 11110
CE 0P VERSUS Til E COLORADO
Er.'l' -A t. ANDRA LLY CALLED
We all upon all - persons who have
farms and hardens - to arouse, rally,
pather themselves into regiments, and .
advance upon our new foe—the Col.
' l'fikitl WM; I ' I
Lie only safe and efficient
iftethod is to go through the Patato
patches daily and knock the hogs into
a pa» and then Inay them and stamp
them hi, A little labeti each day in a
s anion, amt a goott deal each day in a
potato tield, will pay, and these posts
ought to be taken in 11 nd now and pat
down %Auld kept (low] ! 11 11111 save
thousands upon thous ,rids of dollars to
Clarke enmity to - use prompthess in
erushing out these hugs!
I I will pay farmers to employ men hy,
the day to go througlz their fields and
knock off and hill the bugs, and pick
oh' the lertvez: upon which the eggs are
found.. ' _
1. IT, 13iiwlins informs us that. Faris
e•re*en Will kill fl►e dings, he' having
wade a Perrynd trial.
Thomas i-Aiari) gives like testlniont,
' Yet Paris greet' is very dangerous to
meddle With. •
"Plot - - 11t-41 an i ;;0rP , 41 way i> to knock
ktil ties I.+u 4, and keep doing
1/0 not hooonte digeourry,ett, give
tip (Ile ItilttiO awl plow yohr pvtatoPs
uu+ier,:for it will pay to hike all the neV•
t'.+Aaly anti labOy to (loot rov t he
(Jur farmer-4 and gardeners should
pe rt , e ve re and raise all the potatoes they
can, for they Will probably , be scarce
mid high anti good prices will be coin
'nautical for all that aro icaved for the
Urw I\l ofFzit t. informs us that the Col
orado low info-ded I,oVia when he resid
ed in that state, and that the farmers
went l'Ong,ll their dai'y and
hnoetted oil and destroyed the bugs and
thereby saved their crops. The bugs
are eta tivy and tnnible off easily. If
they are destroyed in a stove persons
shooll -tans at a distance while they
are burning 11:4 the stench arising frow'
then' i- lentil y.—Springfield Reptfh
following. direct ion., cn► W1111(>-
.hilowAi that will produee glos•
r..y appear:intl., :111(1 Will not rub otr iipon
ci y thing I hnl conies in conthet with
it, can be Ely using skimmed milk
iip,l4?Bll hi' water for slack InIg• the
atiti DIV: if of proper CollSiMellCy.
\V hen :( coiling has been badly black
ened it, well to add a little dissolvd
indigo to the whitewash, the 1A1161044
i‘rvi ni.rtoli Ida the smoky surface. I f
other colors than white are desired,
they can be made by adding different
pigments to the whitewash. .
Fut stone color, four pounds of rani
limber and two pounds of lamp-black to
h a lf a bushel or lime. For a light
,-;paniEch brown can be stirred jit luntll
Ihe tint i.s:eorreet. For a fawn color,-
ndd one isound ; of Indian Ted, four
iroull(k oLumber, and one pound of
iamp-blavk, to half a bushel of lime.
( 'hronfe yellow produce•-a lemon=
colored wish., _ .
to make the whitew:ifill, take half a
bushel of uti,liteked Hine and slaek it
in a east: wilh hat water or milk. To
this add one-hallpound:otwbiting, one
pound of glue dissolved in hot water.,
and a peek of salt dissolved in water.
File laying on the wash. a pall, with a
wire tlxed across it, is -needed" to presS
nd' the brush as' it. is lifted from the
whitewash; and in addition to. a good
whitewash brush, a paint brush is need
ful to use in eorners and between the
pielists oil fences. '
Before whitewashing walls and ceil
ings, they should be wiped clean with
a towel pi ilbed ever, n broom.
A (ler a little practice difyipue.ean
tome a skilful whitew ier.:jt nbt l
easy work -it -mak g.-the - :wrists and
ache,' but ' peise ere" and 4 - ou will
be rewarded by great, improvement
you will find in cleanliness and appear
twee. Take on 1 y • small„qu i antity
upon the hrUsh, , and sayoid: dtcfp,4
careful not to put on'too thick &ni i i,•ht , '
first, but after having gon e over the ceil
ing once in parallel strokes, let it dry,
and then put another.one on crosswise,
and finish off with a parallel coating /
A good worlunawnever lets a drop fall,
he dips brush . perpeiiaieularly.
Into the pail, taking care to have but a
/111antity upon it,
Is broiling a beef-steak,
. y henever
the coals blaze op from the qrliOngs,,a
pinch of 616 'Salt thrown upon them
will instantly extinguish the flames.
By carefully attending to this matter,
you may have your broiled steak or
chicken erisp - , hitt not acorehed, and
juicy, yet well done.,
KEROSENE: and powdered lime, whit
ing or wood ashes, will scour tin with
the least labor, ,Kerosene and whiting
will also cleanse silver-ware, door knobs,
hi»ge4 ' eti•. Wet the flannel slightly
in the oil, dip into the whiting, and rub
hard ; Vash'off with hot'soaP suds, and
brighten with .a elnunois.skin or_ news
THE Rouschotc/ sayA yid, can make
e[oth 'water - Proof, by putting in a Pft, ll ,
of soft water half a pound -of ifillgar of
lead, half a pound
,of alin) ;.. then stir
this at'intervals until WhecomeK oleat;
pour it into - nnothor pall and put the
garment therein for_ twenty-four hours',
and then hang, it up ito dry without
A Burnam 1114Ruus.
- Wonre still feedlug our cows cooked
eor meal—say three quarts , per• Atty
to ea t cow: lam satisfied that lioftY r §.
We ha o nitie just, fp nice yellow': bu t
ter all w Übe - L as II wish to eat--Lbetter
butter th -- we Inako thiring the, hot
summer IV ther. '' I", am inelitied.,&
think that tit best Mae to 'have cows
come in, wirer nothing _ but hittter Is
made, would he September, And, let
them go i dry' cur' the hot -WeAter of
July mid AttgruA,;s- e ShiiiikttliOat bays
plentY. 4 4,131c1 1 310 . :1145 : t*lliumin 3 / 9 0t
want it;11 - 44.60g pi "Axul the cows
would-rim:in Wallas „ ;:tOul *putt.°
no milkitig+ir#4 th9.:bili • seas On., of
ge : \
harvest.:--4111Arrii, 'ila A m can Agri
LORMORE BROS. itt
vu, J. 7.01111011 F, T..1.1,1111:11071E,
STEAM CORE & PIC
OftMORE BROS.& CO., won,
I_l tention of the -Trade in the c
Southern Tier of Now York and N
sylvanin, to the largo-and full
GROCERIES &PRO ' ISIONS
constantly on band at thei)r oxtenstve Warehouse
and Stores,No. 37 and 39 Carroll IStreet, N. Y.,
and of f
ered for sale on.the mostlliberal terms,
satisfaction in nil eases guarantee(.
Our Steam ills
for No Roasting of Coffee and th Grinding of
Coffee and Spices, are of the rdost 'meet-lAm
proved ronstruction, and not ex J ceited by any
in the entintry.
ll'e halle a fill .stock of ellcii.;)
Aker' 11.'51 , 0 Importers in New 'for
sell no e lielap as an,' house in the
row the best' liefwevr!, and sold
°west Yew York (iolations.
FOREIGN DRIED FRUIT,
KINDS OF NUT
We buy from fast bands in the
afield a better article at a lesser
firm in Western New ',York.
WOODEN WARE, Cordage•o
ull lino of goods.
We call the attention of the Tr:
stock of Wines and Liquors, whic
finenaes aro unsurpasevtl.
IMPORTED A LES—Sentell, I
glith, and of t Ito best brands eons
FODETON AND DaMESIT
We specially invitopurebasers to
amino our dock of Foreign.
Liquors hofure buying elsesviiered
MEDICINAL W4l ISL: EY— W
especial benfit of tho sick - , a pure!
Bourbon SV hishey for the DruggiS
• Solo Agents in Elmira, of the
In brief, we invite a close Serra
and their prices, the whole niser
numerous to mention in detail,
No. 378 r. 39 Carroll St„E
Sept. 21, 1870.-Iy. ,
ELIZABETH CITY. Ni-diT
J AMIE AND SMALL FAR,
A at micas - ranging from so' t 1
on rensonni)lo terms of payment!
covered with Pine,Juniper, C
Poplar Timber , eoio to Envi
to $lO per acre.
Village_ . Proper
Stores, Wood :'and ;,Brick-
Lots and Wharies, excellent oh
frion:11.): people, naviiable w:1
markets, favor this locality. I
May 3, 1871. Eliiab
COR. MAIN ST.' & T
Thi is a popular liotei lateli
Efoliiley. The Proprietor - will
make it a 6rst.olass house. A '
?jai) and'dePart from'thii hope
atienderieen.' *1•4 1 / 7 711.iverylltl,
•'..lan I; 18 71
For -Sale or - RI
A GOOD dairy farm-in
1"1. oga county,„Pa., about 2i
Borough of q'toga. aborit . 3ol)
awl 40 unimproved. Bah (in
Weis dwelling bouses, - an apple
era, anti other fruAtriulAz
joixting on the west, a farm s
from 40 to 200 acres as desired
improved, with a ,spark. barn, a
apple orhard. Good . for a dair
Jan I, c 1871-tf. C. K.
J. BURGH • wotilil da y f.
Er.Weilaboro and vicinity
pared to supply them with
BREAD, PIE§ AN
of the best quality. We also
nud mesh OYSTERS to thosew
'the old Stevens' stand.
K. : , • 7 81111Unt 'Wai
- ' '.I ''ZICL. , -;ll,_ , ; ij§l.;:>'4 -% 1
lab ii. 74% %! 4., 13 444 #444zor TIN
Jl.,..zPq o.4olRfitilftrOi 1
become - red ,•,for_t e, leb.veo an d,
thefecif. They meat be kept fr
*is tare, and,curod ,la : a eta
dry; pick oat the ' kicks, if th
pack Ate leaves and tondrilo, or
bags for delivery. The blgbi
paid fcr veal skins. Tina, J'
ELIVITA!ip,I3i - T !
I d call the at.
unties of the
tiler n Penn
eas. We buy
for caob, and
at latest and
Eaa , and can
price than any
d Broom —A
do to our large
I, for purityand
ish and En
caII end ex
,o put up for the
lartaele of Old
, t Trade.
ay of gurgoode
i mant being too
1, . El FOR SAL
, $75 per acre,
'prose, Gum and
_ Price $3
ellinga ' Vacant
n ate, fettilit soil,
here and good
Wya at Law,
th Oity, Nl' C.
is E AVENUE,
9 TA* " '
kept by, B. B.
iparo no palaa to
1 the atagee sir-
A good hostler
phefl. , •
ga'towneh . lp, TV.
lilles•west of the
a cres imptoyed.
and peatb ofeh=
s,eatty.l: Also ad. 4
ad timber lands
~ with 80 acres
goody holife and
Is: EYMO UR,
/. I ' 4' ftizenelo
hat he is pre
-aria mails and
• o wish. Call at
. J. B
0 4 : . neid
Ile from , rain and
Isr place. When
ere be lantiatad
sterna thereof, In
>at raarket pries
to 28, '7l 12t
Office, No. 112' A.' 4,11 SV,-;l"iiilatfetpida.
Incorporated Feb'y 23,1567,
Citart 9 d Capital $606;4t10.
Assets over - - - $1,000,000 00
Stock and hfutustl, - combining Seoinity with
Profits. „Suppose your are already insured in
first-clasicompany, and from any cause what
ever, (say after ten 'yearly payment) you do not
or cannot pay logerand dier--your,bassiraboalo
gono and your Monoy via.lerk Not •id n, thi)
"Hand-IN7II A IN; !are p'oti.rott:.
This company - which ranks' among the • Moat
popular and auccossfull Life Insurance Compa
nies, grants policies on all desirable plans,)hoth
v r ith and without Profits.
Traveling . Priyelses unrestricted. ,
All policies areliichutelfliile a'?ler one` year
from any of the ordinary causes.
Look to your Life Insurance. Please exatalna
the following Comparative Table. It is some
times alleged by Agents of other Companies that
the Company they represent la safer than others.
Whilesve unhesitatitglY assert our belief in the
soundness and stability of all companies, we do.
sire to present the following for the intipectien of
those desiring to Insure:
The following companies, Compare the annual
premiums charged by eachfor an Inman& on
life at the age of 30 years, payable at death:
Annual premium Ten annual
Tor lifo. - payments
Travelers' $18,84 $83.21 f
igtua,.. .22,73 42,80
Home, .. __
Equitable, 22,70 46,97
Washington,.... 22,70 46,97
Hand-in-Hand, 10,50 32,00
If not already insured take a policy with the
the best Mutual Companyln the United States.
March, 1, 1871.-ly.
A . M. INGHAM, Agent.
T HIS well StookHorse
Stable in Wellsboro. His stock le so well known
there is no necessity of remarks, It is sufficient
to say; for roadsters they aje not surpassed, or
for power of endurance. The said horse is a
coal black, weighs 1000 lbs., 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 whore he can be found at
all times by those that wish for his servioes.
• E. A. PIS% Proprietor.
Welisboro, April 20, 1871.-3 m.
Livery Stable: -
ALT ATKINS Ze'KETIOHAJ
los V respectfully inform the,pstr
-7'4i..llftlelb.r • lio that they have establielited a
Livery for Hire,/
At their Stable on Pearl St., oppos;to Wheeler's
wagon shop. Single or double riga furnished to
order. They aim to keep good horses and wa
gons, and intend to please. Priettle reasonable.
WATKINS & KETCHAM.
VIEW . 1011,02
AL PERSONS indebted to Truman .l4 Bow
en for Sawing Lumber aro • requested to
pay upWithout delay.
June 10871. TRUMAN 21: BOWE .
Tn E no dersign d, owners • of a P-Ortable-En
gine, with a G 4 ding Maohine, two Lathes
and a run of Preach'purr Stones attached, are
prepared to fill orders i their business at East
Charleston, Pa. •
The above property is ood running order,
and will be sold at a fair k 'ce, and on reason
able time. ;
Vor patticplari, Inipzire of,Go.
Welleboro, or A s TAQX2O
Aon t • prinaisee.
May 4, 1871-tf
Is widely known
as one of the most
ever discovered for
' cleansing'. the sys
tem and purifying
the blood. It has
' stood the teat of
years, with a con
stantly growing rep
utation, based on its
sustained by its re
did' as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the • great cor
ruptions oft ie blood, such as the scrofulous
and , syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases t iat haVelurked in the , system
, for years, soon yield to•this -poweffill- -
. dote, and sappear. -IlencOts.::Woriderflty
ewes, man) of which Zara publicly InoWn,'
:of Scroll." ft, and all ,scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers,' ruptions, and " ' e'rnptive dit •
,'orders - of the skin, Tumors, Blotches,
t e tt oils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fir S e, Rose or Erysipe
las, Teter, • alt Rheun* Seald
Head„Ringvitittn, and internal ITI-v
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and Liver. It also cures other corn
plaints, to which it would not, seem, especi.
ally adapted,,such as Orop i syr Wsper.,
• sin, Fits, Neurtilol9,'HeartlßlD)
Female Weakness, DebilitM
Leucorrhcea, when they are - manifesta:
- lions of the scrofulous poisons.
/ It is an excellent restorer pf:4alth ffrid
strength in the Spring. -By - rene*ixig the
appetite and ; vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissiptes the, depression and listless lan
guor of the_ season. Even where no disorder
appears, people, feel better ; and live longer,'
for cleansing the blood. The system moves,
on with renewed vigor and' a new leaie of;
life. _ . _ . ,
. Dr, J; C, - AYER -&- CO., Vaviilli r Mist,
Practical tine) Agaiyi‘
SOLD IIY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
June 14,'71-Iy. W, 0. KRESS, Agt:
Singer a i t the Head.
127,83 1 3 1
eold in IVO.
86,781,p0id in 1889.
• • •
59'829 gold in 19-68.
it never Tires Out.
TY, is the beet abused machine, andlthitest.
.kneohlne abused In the wide world. Try It
FAYOu will like it, It never disapjwints. The
*P9lrelfacts speak louder than worde of graise
- E. W. ROGABOOM,
N. 8.--Machines delivered to pniohesere free
lbaultiehla May 24,1871 y
WE WOULD announce to the - people of Welisboro end vicinity, that we
are receiving and latinensa etoßrer
Seasonable Goo& at unprecedented Prices.
There has just been a great decline in Domestio Cotton Goode, and they are now selling for
less than at any time since 1880. We do 6t believe in parading a long list of prices in news
papers, but we mean what we say, whe we claim to sell Goods cheap. People from ont of
town are sure to make money by comin here to buy goods, We have a splendid assortment of
D4.inee, Percales, Mohairs, Plaids, French and Irish Poplins, Japa
nese Silks and Robes, Fancy Colored and Blach Dress Silks,
and many articles Cog apron does not permit us td speak or, but t if yoawill call we will show
t(the LARGEWR =IT. in town,'aua et( prioeslthat "cannot be beat" anywhere.
' , , 4 • t 1 ; . •
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"Corning. N- V': April 1, 1870.1 ,-. -- '; . NEWELL'Ac OWE,N.
The Largest Establishme
TIAVINGI fatalities for buying and handling large quantities of Goods enables him to offer
JUL - them at the lowest Jobbingikr,ieee. IA our retill department Goode are sold at a small ad.
vance over wholesale prices. A large,stook of i
'-'STONB - 11101111 ISLAND AND WATBR.
Transfer, Ornaments,; Stripeing Pencils
and. Brushes for tarriage and \w-
A full line of ill clear/el-of Goode apptitilikag to int bielncle kept In
Feb.l, 1871-4 y.
SCREWS, BARNDOOR HANGINGS,
a new thing, and made for nee. The/mare but a few oftbe Mnikyiskrtiolesinnixiosh4 the stook
ofHardirare. "I` Itbe 'Public to call and examine for themeelrea, /tainit to keep tbe
beet quality of spode in my line; and MI work te. order 'done promptiy Mid well.
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, AT FACTORY PRICES
4 , •%-;41 •
4 . 4.
(Successor to D. P. ROBRI/11),D, .gil4,lo4'kcs" P j`;:" . : :;, al ,,' " . ::':
i„..; 1. - -Aitut ritz , Ji; Siff; j,...
4 - ,' -- .. ' • i
. ON, IJAILS, "CARRIAGE BOLTS; HORSE SHOES ; AN - -- .4,4O.)iiEjr,,INA,ILS,
~ •:•':! , . r-f.kie.." "..1.9 ..i., '....--4.1--':l,t
ALAmmaktook 44,AggibiLX. LOGE* MSS, LATCIIII4OMAL4-41.A'
•.' ; .t
JOBBING PROSE:IT : LT ETTIANDEB TV:
‘Terzoa Oath, and prima remittable. .71 . 4p4 door above Cone Dense. .
Welliborop Jan. d o 113714 y. B. g. DAUM
RFAG-TTLA r r It,
PIRG DRY GOONS,
aril are ready to supply all who may come with
Desirable Dress Golids,
&c., at prices very muck lise'than last season. We also keep a full line of
Yankee Notions, Boots and Shoes,
W. V. 13.3EX1331915,
, ,i. ; :-. , ~ „
GLASS,ALL BIM, LINGLE AND ID OIIBUI TH/DL•
PAINTS, ALL KINDS ANL ODLOREI, • -
VARNISHES -VARNISH BRUSHES, A FULL STOCK.
St6Ves,l, StQve,s! -
liming on liand4 targe4tooli itfoiee
andltardware, the undersigned takes pleasure
fo announce that be has at a great outlay, ad
ded to the usual stoolrof the old stand on
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
A o DAtplete .1416 1 0nteurit; lEfardwe4e,
CORNING, N,, Y,
int in Northern Pa.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS,
X ?CUT, rar4 4 ,44140, AN . P . KOK
SAWS, BOOT ST STRAP - LUNGES,
CARPENTER'S TOOLS, PUMPS,
SHOVELS, SPADES,iIiRiii, BENOit-
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CORNING, N. Y.
:MUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
'Aar AND OILS,
THADDEUS DAVID'S' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S FLUID, EX
BURNETT'S COOOAINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCII
AND FLAVORING NXTRACTS ) WALL
,PAPER, WINDOW.OLLOS, •
WHITEWASH LAME 8
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Hold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers arerequosted
to °Miami get quotations before geingTurther
W. D. TERBELL4 CO
Corning, N.Y., Jan. 1,1871—y
Furniture ! Furniture !
HAVING ooinploted hls new Cubinet Ware
house on Main streot, Wellsbero, has stook
od it with a largo and superior assorted stock of
Ohambiir Suits, Walnut, Ash, Maple,
from $l6O down, and as oheap
as the same goods can be bo't
in the cities, froight added.
Parlor Snits, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogany, Reps or Hair Cloth,
SOFAS, LOUNGES, COUOHES, TETE
Center Tables, Walnut or Marble Tops
Looking Glasses, Brackets Fa
per Racks, Rocking Chairs,
all kinds, •
Wholesale and Retail.
I am manufacturing as usual, and intend to
keep a full stook of ware, home and oity made
at all times. My Ware 'Rooms are spacious and
neat, and - now contain the largest, costliest and
best stook . of Furniture ever brought into the
Planing and Matching,
SCROLL SAWING A:MOULDING,
San. 1, 1871-tf
Ingham's W6olen Mills I
MILE eubsoribero will pay Nash, Full-Cloth,
Cassimeroa, Flannels, it far Wool.—
ThoYalso manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON sliOn
to suitcuetomera. All wolk warranted aura?.
recanted. They invite particular attention to
their Water Proof .r
whtoh aro warrantod la every respect. Parthas
laratteation gtven to
ROLL ■ CARDING
CL TH DRESSING.
!NORA '8 large stook of caesimoree, &o ~25
per cent lee than any competitors, and warrant nine anted. •
'Mint 13 manufacture to order, and do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and Cloth Dreeaing, and
Itia-RAMS have as 'good an assortment of
Full Olathe. Oassimeres, ice"
'aid give more, for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. • Try thorn and satisfy your
MGIIABIK wholesale and retail at the Cow
ariesgue Mills, 2 miles below Knoxville.
• Our Cloths are warranted, and sold ley the
C. B .ICELLEY, Welleboro, Pa.
T. L• BALDWIN & 00., Tioga, Pa.
! J. 0. BENlTETT,Covington4's.
Thiarflald. Jan 1, 1871—tf
WEDIABOI34 AND MANSFELD
fitiggi ft THE undersigned, proprsotor of
this lino takes this method of in
formlng the puha) that the above Stage rune
Joy (Sundays exoepted,) between tho two' pia
Leaves Wellaboro at 8 a. m., and arrives at
Minefield at NM a. to.
Lotives Mansfield at 2.80 p. m., and arrives at
WellSbore at 5 p.m.
1871—tf W. B. VAN HORN.
TO FARMERS. •
purchased the famous horse Cue
ants M. Clay, who is a son of old Henry
Way, and a half brother of the noted trotters
George M. Patchin and Judy Thorn, t_ will
stand, him the present season at Wellaboro; with
the exeeptton of Tuesday and Wednesday of
ever k second week, when ho will be at "Vega, at
Smith's hotel. Tema: $26 to insure, $lO per
alien. pestfkra for partionlars. '
C. J- WHESLER. •
May 3 , .1877 3m •
THE BEST HOTEL in the 00IINTY.
ill• -la Br: Rooms birge and well ventili
tea.- Ace camodattous not surpitssed by
a n y di e t lass hotel in' the' f , Northern
Tier" : lizrzan higher than at second and
third rate.botels Location, corner of Main and
Walnut streets , , ellsboro. . .
,A good table, ood liquors, good tordei, and .a
gcrod hostler. • A. B. GRAVES,'Proter.
Match eilB7 . - : '
..oask Paid for WOOL,
''DERBY FIBBLEWS SHOE
ON MAIN STRIZET, WELLBB ORO.
June 7, 1871 -tt-
ilirtinderbigied" spy *aid' 'Auditor by
'the Orphanos Court , of Tiote Oeurity; to
,Ilistribute the fund in the bands of the Admin
istrator.. etiha.estate ,of ire. Bullock 4, deceased,
will ationd.to the,duties of, biti, emaolutment,
3 1iii016d itriVelielrorci,' tiablfda - Y,!:the , 29th .
day of July next, at 2 o'clock M And all
perstats haiiiik an interest in the distribution of
ettior,fail, Imo requested to present their claims
before the said Auditor, or be debarred from
coming in for a share of the fund:
GEO. W. MERRICK,
, rq , - r, ,
B. T. VAN HORN,
dc., cta., &v.,
from $12.5 down. Also,
with Upholstery to suit.
done to order at tho Factory.
B. T. 'VAN HORN
T AND SETOt STORE.
Tli ERBY A FIBBLER hm re
now on hand E I, l arge stock
Ilitistaltd of Boots and ShOes, and propose
continuing the I manufacture of
*the eame,,at the shop lately oc
cupied by Fiffhlor & Randolph. They also pur
pose redueing prices on all goods and selling
We keep a good escort
warranted to fit any foot from
Our Stock of
FRENCH CALF, FREN I
PER; SOLE, COMM
will be kept up as her
On Findings we shall he fotind at home a%
ways, and wo shall endeavor ito sell at price.:
4attsfactory to the trade. Wei w•n't he under
Dono promptly and well. Repairing done
on ;hop notice. Drop in and ho convinced.
Dec. 14, 1870.-1 y
TO THE FARMERS OF
A osirbuilLg at my, mattattctory,tu Laccropce
o aaupor or -
whichpossessesthe following advantagesover another
cheeiand cockle, from wheat.
2.1 t cleana flax seed,takosont yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
8, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It doetiall othereeparatingrequiredof a mill
This refills built of the best and most durable tim•
tmr, in good style, and is sold Cheap tor cash, or pro•
will fit a patent sieve, for separating oatst rote
wheat : t o othermille,onreaaortobleteroas.
3.11 MATHER .
Lawrencorille.Jan. 1, iszo-p f
WALRER & LATHROP,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
BELTING, SAWS, CHURL,
Carriago and Unmet, Trimmings
HARNESSES, SADDLES, 14c
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 18711-y
THE GOLD fiIiEDAL
THIS MACHINE has no 'superior, end
adapted to all kinds of work. It <,uly
needs n trial to be appreciated. It will hem,
fell, sham, tuck, bind, quilt; braid, embroider,
cord; gather and ruffle, and le the beet and Chea
pest maebine for family uee;Over offered to the
The DOUBLE Loop: ELAS'Ir STITCII MACIIME
is superior to all others, for the reason that it
sews direct. from the spools and , requires no
winding of thread. It is easily adjusted, anti
not liable to got out of orcth.
Persons wiahing to ptiohaseie machipe, eho'd
by all means try this o e, ibefore buying any
other. Call on, or address
Jan 4,11 y
New Music :Store.
WOW opened in Smith 4 powen's block, sec
ond floor, a music, room where will be kept
on exhibition and for sale,
Steinway and other Pianos,
'Cabinet Organi, and a chola° selection of Sheet
Music. blew music received every month,--t
Lesions on Piano and Organ, and in Singing
will be given. Opportunity or practice afforded
to those who may desire it. 11. W. TODD.
Wellaboro,Feb. 15-3 mo.
New Tobacce‘Store ! •
TE subscriber has fitted up the Store first
door east Thomas Harden's dty goods store,
for the manufacture and sale of
CIGAR S,(aligrade . s), Fancy 'and Comm on
SMOKING TOBACCO, Michigan Fine Cut
CHEWING, and 0/ kinds of
PLiTQ TOBACCO, PIPES, and ihechoi.
cesl Brand of CiTGARS.
e' Call and l aeolor yon solves.'
Wellsboro, Jan. 0871-tlf,
• • •
80RD.13/4 kimps eoust,ral n on
Band: Pure Druge and Medic nee,
Chemicals, Paints and Oils; pe'
- Stationery:l(l%lll; l Ele Notions &c.
PRgSCR I P LIONS I CAREFULLY Co l c rouzinib
Tioga, Jan. 1,1871.—1 y.
Gen'l Insurance Agency
KNOXVILLE, T.TOOA CO., PA
t. Life, Fire, and ,Accidental.
Assets over $24,000,000.
RESETS or . vOItPANIEs.
Ina. Co. of North America, Pa.; ..... $3,050,535 60
Franklin Fire 48. CO. of Phila, Pa, 3,087,452 35
North British & Mercantile :Ins. '
Of London and Edinburg. 10,000,0 00
North Amer. Fire Ins. Co.• of N. Y. 500,00 .0
Niagara Fire Ina. Co ;of N.IY ' 1,000,0 00
Farmers Nut. Fire Ins. Co., York, Pa. 909,8891 3
Plunk:kit Mat. Life Ins'. 00. 'Of Mart
ford, 'Conn..i. 6,081,910 50
/*di% Catele Itie4 00. of Pottsville. 600,000 00
Total 1 l $24',229,847 64
Insurance promptly effected by mail or other
-Wise, ow all kin& of j'ioportp., All losses
- Promptly adjusted and , peg; Um Monk insur
ed against deal', fire or theft.
All eommnnioations'promptly'llttendea to
°aloe on Main Street,-.2d door above Church st.,
Apri),2,o, 1471-0., Agent.
; LT ;
, • ...4020 01,1 SP (La /A
ry s pace.. ) -
_RTTBRS.OF ADMINISTRATION hairs
. I.4libeen' grant i ed -to, ,fate lAndetabPscl..on the
estate of SlineOn Anattn, dOoenitd,late of Union
township, those intereste-tiwlll settle with
AMY AUSTIN, Adm's.
.1;411on, Arne 7,101 etit,
cos, i' '
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of ofo re.
ambe Creek, Pa