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dusty, we entered the city, We were
in a sa4A
_plight, but ate our supper like
famished %Wolves. idrir latidlirrd ex
pressed his astonishment at i our story,
and celled for !Raphael ; but that wor
thy had disappeared; havhig first 41ken
the precaution to replenish his ward
robe hy robbiagour trunks.
irel slept' well, notwithstanding all
our inisfortunes. When he arose the
'next i lmorhing, Cleim commenced_ get,
finis early to visit Lugi's cottage. Iyhe
steamer lied sailed during our absence,
so we hadto content ourselves to ret rain
a while I nger.,
Towar noon Clem IlarriSon return
rd. fi l le seen , as I got sight of hie face,
I knew something unusual had occur
' What 49 it, Clem?' I asked; as he
threw hinnwlr into a chair and dropped
his head upon his ehebt with a despon
' Friar,' he replied, in a husky voice,
' I'll never t trust womankind again.—
imgi has gone, too.
_All have disap
' Even your friend Raphael, distantly
rclated, to the :Until() family,"l. replied.
• Enough, .Friar, enough,' he answer
ed, as he waved his hand.' Aunt Sper
r 's sensibilities will not be shocked by
my marrying a fisherman's daughter:
To ut4e your na'n - phrase; we have noth
ing to see - in the kingdom of his Nea
politan Majesiy.' •
P. C. INN GELDER, Editor and Proprietor
NVI.I or cal gh, Pn
Wednesday, Aug.. 23, 1871
I'DR A UDITOR CIENT:RAI,
Cut,. DAV ID STANTON,.
su VEYOR dENI::I2 A :
(JUL. ROBERT B. 13E4TH,
hillN I. MrTCIIELL
IThr Ikktriet Attorney,
1. c. STRANG.
For A - , orinte JudgeF,
I).T. n. SMITH.
7‘l4N A ITO rITON
t.' , ,r And i tor,
A. F. PACKARD
Tioga County Republican Convention
n judges from tho various
elect di4-tricts in the county, pursu
ant to that i i 4 ti uctions given by the Re-
publican Couoty Committee, convened
at the Cu t luse, in Well.sboro, on
Tut: 4llo Y, ll,c irdh of August, for the
purpose of -.1/intnlng up the aggregate
otes east at the Republican primary
nicet;np,s lu on the nth inst.
I fon. T. L. Baldwin, of Tiogu, was
(-ailed to the chair, and R. T. Wood
and .1 It I'ot rev were? elected Set•reta-
The roll of the districts being
the foltr ug named persons respell
:floss, •iterben Boren ; Brookfield,
NV. (I. Seeley ; Chathani, t 3. W. Love;
Charleston, (./. Dart ;I Covington, H.
Itivimril m ; Covington borough, I.
it.Lrinian ; (•Iyikrr, C. C. Ackley; Del
-zitnt,oli con ; Deerfield, J. 8,
I tillant: John Maynard; Elk-
land, R. 'l' NS'ood Farmington, J. It.
t'ei Fall iirook, James Pollock;
tfalneq, E. Strait; Ja6kl3oll, M. IC Re
!lox Vine Crandall; Law
f n r, 11..11 J'olegrovc; LawronVille,
'. Mq11)#.?".: Liberty, John Irvin;
m 40 1 'thick well ; Middlebury,
1 It I Om , n Mansfield, \Villiatn Hol7
h l d, m;till,berg, 1). S. Peters; Nel-
I'llllll, T,11,1,k3 ; o.9eeola, C'. R. Tay
it,i• kichoo,nd IT. W. BayneF3; Rut
lau 1, Lawrence; Es'hitipen, J.
Larlinti,",.SulliN*n, C. NV. Palmer;
Daniel Des Vey ; Tioga borough,
T. L. Baldwin ; Union, J. M. Whit-
eon] ; West field, E; B. nulkley; :Ward,
Wallace Chase ; Westfield borough, N.
M 7 Nnughtim \Vellsboro, 3. 11. Potter.,
The aggregate vote having; been as-
Chairman declared the
following named perflong (fitly ()minu
Vol: President. Judge—H. 1, 7 4.
For S , eitator—B.B. Strang, of West-
For Assembly—John L Mitchell, of
Jr 4 -, Associate Judges—l). INVNaugh
too, of Westfield,' anti t. B. Smith, of
1.'4,1. - ( l _.'onamiE4sioner—T. 0. Hollis, of
For A oditor—A:F. Packard, of Cov-
in motion of It,. T.•Woodi Wellabor°
was agreed upon as the place for }mkt=
ing the next Convention.
An effort was made to rett7 t) .the
old delegate system, which fai ed
,1. B. Potter introduced the following
resolutions, which were Unanimously
h'ciio/c«/, That we re-affirm the reso-
lotion of the last 'Republican County
Convention, that' Tioga' is entitled to
and should Insist upon Senatorial and
Jutieial eon, ferves in proportion to the
liertiblieatil vote in the Judicial and
sonatorial districts. • •
'2.d. That IRM. li. W. Williams be
authoriAed ti select the Stidicial Con
ferees, and Iton. B. B. Strang the Sen
atorial Conferees for the county of Ti
on motion of W. W Baynes, of Rich
mondseaelt return judge was requested
to announce the name of 01E3 person OS
a member of the standing county com
mittee for the ensuing year, and froth
the persons i,hus named the Chair to
apphint the rhquisitenumber.
The committee will be announced by
the Chairman at an early day. •
T. L. BALDWIN, Ch'n.
.1, P. Potter, R. T. Wood, See'es. .
We elip the following from the Elmi
ra Advertiser, and will only add' that it
is in perfect accordance with what eve
ry unblased man knows to be charac
teristic of the element which mobbed
" ONenNsaunp, N. Y., ; August ]6,—Aaron De
Camin, who claims' to be an ex-Catholic priest
and a member of the Inquisition in France, at
tempted to speak here last night in denunciation
of Popery. his remarks being offensive to the
Roman Catholics present, ho was violently as
saulted and the meeting broken up. Ho was car
lied away in a carriage guarded by the police:—
lie is advertised to speak again to-night, when it
is probable he will be sufficiently protected.
"Thomas Daly, a railroad condtictor, led the
mob of Irishmen who made the attack on the
Baron. .The hall which the Baron bad engaged
to lecture in this:eVening, 'and for which be bad
paid, hue been refused. him. groatvexcitement
exists in consequence."
. tV4i place, at the head of Or columns
the namee of the candidates ho re
ceived the large tit mita*: o , :•,7diieet,
votesifor the di trerentottlees at he prt- '+
w a ry eleoLitm, and we ! ' need ha dly add
that (he entire Reim tdivan ti het will
receive I.l‘* corttlal eupport of - he Aoi-
TATOt, uohkflurheed by the act that
tone' of tiWt andi4.ocr May mot have
been our tirstehoice... Melon' ask-that
they lie true to priirciplesi•aoLeiliclilp! ,
'ill Ott)ce. „ , - .‘ . .
THE TICK ET.
AOl now that the heat is ruii,lWe
trust ,the defeated candidates ill reeop
nine he fact • that where Several" aspi
rants strive fer the same office, some
body i must be beaten, and, Atik ,t ink
defeat kindly, work done - the _ess faith
fully and eiliciently for the principles
and policy oft which we believnoUrsuc-,
cess as peef;le to4lel4;od, Tye defea
ted candidate who continuea to.labor
elleerfell-y0(1 zeelouely for tile sucpppe.
of the iirinciplea he,,prOfess a, provea,
himself ut letyir (lesurvills success,;
while in who 401ir , 4 unbolts., itt ender.'
ses the ,vertliet :Of_ tile .hallatib x. • :.
Net' let it he forgottoll, that the curse
of Acioricanipolitilis is tV to deney•tO
forget priliefiile iii the Reran WA for Of.
Personally, si'e liniiVi:nr yr:dilections
turning thellipirants, and useil our priV
ilege as an Apierietin citizenlin advoca
ting our choice, but not ediforially, ; as
has been charged. No one candidate
has been allowed to publish an, article
in our columns ‘iihich his fowpetitor
was not at liberty to answe; and we
thin!: open discussion previous to nom
illation, ( Well calculated to elicit facts
w WO the people have , ft rigl, t to kniiw, -
..w bile we believe that:in 'ninizi ;cases out
of ten the':ealididiiteOko"r i usheliiritd
print kris' niiire than'ilisialtie hy:lC,
i - Aud ' - 'iy ill ''?)it r'ikfitil e Fs': rei4l:lli.eP thaf..
We purpose to edit: i'l,is pap r er in the ,itt
terest of 'the petipl6 :iitiliet 11.nui.imilt1-
Clans ; y iiit !AR, paper has rictbeen, and
will not be . toads the org4u of those
who seek office, hoyood ,a tap: and boa-,
est support of, the regular. 6 ndidates;
nor shall we fail to speak •ut. for the.
correction of any abubc that tnayiereep
into activity under the mini; of Reptib
The old regime, under wh i ch the par
ty paper was owned by therriy,'(l. e.,
a coterie of, otflceseekers,) Id run ac
cording, to order In the lirt s Ost. of the
leaders, has passed away. To the , ad
vocacy of - sound Republican principles
we shall devote our best e orgies : : tire
squabbles of, aspirantS for,o i ce we care
THE CRAW' FORD CO
At the meeting of the Re urn Judges
in Wellsboro on the 15th in tent, there
was an etibrt made to abolish the above
system, and nomibate by delegates as
in past times. The eftbrt failed signal-
ly, simply bemuse 10-deserved tefail,
and the people know It. There are, so
far as we know, but two classes who de
sire a return to the old sys ( 63m. First,
residents of townships whelre the vote
is light, hut whose leading) politicians
would like their thirty or fi ty voters to
offset a town with three or four times as
many voters. .
%vim uou t hck vatcs-ntlargla
difficult to handle; wherea.
gates, collected together at
and place, may be' mach m
ontly managed, possibly.
We do not want a return
system : the people do not want it.—
They prefer the , present system, by
which each vote counts One. And the.
return judges had no power to change
the system, notwithstanding the proc
lamation which was publi . shed in our
columns on J tine 28, in which this sen-'
tepee ()emirs : " And the return judges
may at their meeting change their model
of selecting candidates, if hey are sat 7 ',
isfied that a change is ne essary." It
can only he changed 'by a l vote of the
people, and this 'test has been made in
several counties, with i the result-,--that
the people refuse to,return to- the deler
gate . system in. every jut:tam:le; usually
by a vete so large that the advocates. of
a return to that system deem all efforts
in that direction hopelesti 1 The editor
of the Meadville Republic n writes us
that the people of his ocomy ratified
the Crawford county syste by's, vote Of
2,276 to 84. That is thew y the'petiple
look nt it.
*'e may—or may not— ecur to this
matter again. It all depe'ids.
Tif P. 4'OW A N ESQUE 'Il HIND.
thd ork: of ton-'
struetink this road wilitiel let by don
tract, at 0 - tech:lee iift..he - eoinparis; 7 B ileci,
rotary in Elkland. -. r
trnet thakeibnc i
of Onr go:ahead jobbers Lwila+e itl,
hand in ii; - tuid fity4 that * pb)?ll?g .4)a'
railroad iS mere , prof], t alAe an 4 ?er . fait . ,ll
than j94gbing in our linubl3r Woods.
And we , wish to say a word id\ T'egiArd
to ,the eirects pf, a railroad,. threugh. a
farming aridl In in heri eg , regleit.! such
an enterprise does not'a ways benefit
the small manufacturer r' mechanic;
not always the country merchant ; and
it quite as often leillii off a small hainlet
or village mit builds - one by to a city,
A few 'prominent points are built up;
and sonic small villages a e a good deal
astonished to find thernse yes stationa
ry or retrograding, notwtt 'standing the
fact that the cars whiz along , their
streets half a dozen,time daily.' And
yet a village alnictyß goes n r strong for a
But it Is a fact tfiat a railroad invari
ably raises the value of i l arni property
,from fifteen to twenty , Per cent; and_
yet the strongest oppesit on to a rail.
road always comes from he owners of
farms along the roulte.cl o universally
is this the case, so safe is , he rule, that
the companies in Massa'ehusetts 'have
adopted the plan Of buing out every
farmer who makes a coUtumtielous row
about the right of Way.- 'Audit IS a fact
that the property tic) bonght , almost in
variably proveS a tbeqe l r investment
than the road Itself. I. 1 1 ' ''
when a; railroad .euta
the, agiregatfitgain telt ecJ
We have thinhts''aildnt
building the CeiiiPtii*qi.*
a six feet gatige'.','`iwityri
we should liaklnlije 'den,
paying invegtnient; but
ly the directora are, bettt;r,
prospects / find requiremt i
are. A narrow- gauge w
sonlely on a. route wbe
gauge . will noi,pay.4*ppin
to be forgotten, however,
gat4e pays best ivberever there iiti3uffl
eient business to,require it.
COUNTY) CONVUNT/o,N.—•-l'he , '
ing stote4iit ebony quy-ti*nior
tiroUghi*tthi'?: ea tin ty'fil b r tio_iii;v l pgit'oo4lliiii*
ieekidg a nomination 4topublio4n Con
11. W. Wiffiame - 2,261
0. H. Soymour t 18
3'. T. •Mitehell ; 1,7811; ',•-••• •
1,. M. Bodin? ... •
' t 3211 1 ini:j. tip. 5 1, AEA.
" 1 ' -"Poi Arioeiiito "''
L. IL Smith • :1,543 rti
Geo: 11. 8aMer. r ,..... . 5 5 3 1
D. M'Nainthien "' 858 '
Israel ,Stone • ' •81".13.1.?
M..11,001irr41l .. ... . • 555
E.T. Beepoy ~ 328
Ripley, ' 245
-• • For 1'":!
T. p. Botha 1,981
'O. Oppestiels 282
For Dietriet Attar:lw
J. 10 .: Strang ,•
J. C. Horton 1173.....
P a aaaaray
a few dole
to the old
ose, but gain
.ay; lose; and,
$ always itn="
the poliei , .of
) ta. : oi,it as a
t is qttftelitco•
f judgeli of the
Ints than we
1 . 11 pAy band
plat the broad
1,343 maj. fur Williams.
D: Strang. 2,8E4,: , •
Fi)r kulie 9 r—TPaokardigpoo '; MI; f_
Under syElCh . fek hut thniiohilifi .
laud, ; 11'0 been ilhollated. ThC itOuae
of Lards opposed s o e
Government and, the people
ly :bent 01;1 array reforal,. aria the pur-,
chase eystein—WlAch .. 1 )* • one. of
many army abuses,was summarily die-.
posed of by Royal Warrant.
The discussion brought out sonde re , •
markable facts concerning the way :the.
money goes in and the peo
ple seem to be get t ting,. of
royalty. The P r es lhas.eollepto . .
iitOrig of yii•cts'anil:fignAlf,
Sve`iinnhe`a f fei
. 0 . 104;
it seems, a OSer: -
'" Vlieu-Elie mar
riesl Albe rt, the Y9T'Oef
Elermaii - rifler;
ment 'ahead be asked
, tO`,ve.tq him an
allowance of $250, , 600' a year: lord,
Melbouine vatuly retiionqrated,,hint,
ing that . even the House oteornmons
might, object to Ulu magnitude of that
demand; but, her Majesty.insisted, and
the Commons declined to vote more
than $150,000 a year to the , pauper
prince. -But, as the saying is, the Queen
had them, for she heaped upon Albert
eroployment upon employment, office
uPoh office, sinecure up t bu sinecurif, el- .
pil and militaryi'until ebb :rals4d his
income'to double the annual amount
.voted by Parliament. Thus, instead of
14150,000, this lucky man ,gok4N)0,000
1 per • annum, which is more! qiu},the
whole public expenditure . of : the Attie,
duchy of Saxe Coburg cio,tha• in. any
one year.. Of this he spent the, merest,
trifle, making large savings year after
year, which he invested and reinvest- I
ed, to obtain Interest upon interest, tin.,
til at his death, in December, 1861, his
accumulated savings amounted, it is ' I
said and believed, to over $5,000,000.1
At this moment, independent of jewels
and other valuable property, the private l
possessions of Queen Victoria, conver
tible Into cash at a short netted, are es
timated to exceed the iinmensi; sum of 1
$15,000,000 in gold. It is the belief of a
very large and rapidly increasing party
in England .that out uf this, vast Pur
fano, the mere interest of arlaJoh, at. 0
per,cent,, is $756,000, per annum, Queen'
Victoria might, and ought to provide
for 'her own' children, like. any other
rich widow. As for payments to • Vic
toria's own family, they are immenbe.
For example, the sum of $200,000 a year
to thaPrince of 'Wales, who :has Also
$200,000 a year from the duchy or Corn
; $50,000 to the Princess . of Wales,
to be Increased to $150,000 a year eho'd
her husband die; $40,000 a year to the
Crown Princess of Pftissia; $30,000: a
year to each of • three other daughters;
and from $150,000 to $250,000, in t hard
, Cash, by way of dowry to the young la
dies, withs7s,ooo to the Duke of Edin,
.burgh. ttere is a total, (not Jricluding
interest on, the
i dcwries t but counting in
' 5 75,000 a YeCri yet ,voted Prince,
thur) to the royal , ittrally of . England of
4015;000; There are yet Prince Leo
poll and Princess Beatrice, the'Queen's
youngest childrenlo-be provided for.—,
With $75,000 a year to him, and $30,000
to ,000 'dowry to het,) `the
who British taxpayers to`
the royal farnilyht-Eagland, Will spee
dily„i be $2,740,000 a Year: 'At the sane
time there nie l 'aVer a ' million` of Ina=
pars, on starvation 'diet, in"the.Vrotk;
houses or parochial baetiieS of England
and Wales. Such being the state of af
fairs, can any one Wondfir,that thank 's ,
p pular discontent in London and. the
p ovilice4 l ?”
If only -the , Englisfimittioircofild find
ould - abolish, that ,prolifib, long - 41413d
a 'it cdpensiye,xoyal family.;-!,,but it is
a nation of rank-worshipers.
a ineniber of the last Lemishiture, is
iiabid aver' the ne*deliattrit*e±id takes
On lit the Vie depar
"Radical, politioal 'cowards, silly.' derriagogties,.
and men who have scarcely enough Democratic'
blood , in them to distinguish them from,the
grel nut,le who are now curving the country,
may 'deprecate the agitation Of the negro Suffrage
question,' but that will not step it.. to itt a -iues
tion. It will he. agitated, by the .DemOoratio,
masses, regardless of would•be leaders and igno-,
rant teachers .1 !until the unconetiitillowel. dirty,
rad dcbeaching-dogma of uegro'suffraye is " blotted
out, and the government pf , Aur,leonntry placed
uncer the exclusive control and guidance of, ihe,
white race." 1 . • I • " •
WAR WI:TR COREA.
Although not ,formally declared, we
are in liffeet at war with'boreal 7 ihitt, ip,
'if 'the bombarding and taking , of 'fork,
ianding of troops on foreign soil, and
using those troops to stsfrAn reoubts,
luny be accounted as waOte p 4:weed.
We do not- greatly regret thin. We
are but a young nation ; strong,'lt may
be; but the remote and seint•baibarous
peoples of the earth have notleartied to .
believe In our strength, hardly toknOW
us as a nation. We haveliledto ; teach
peaceably, and some have been
willing to know us. °them like , the
Coreans, have chosen to shottkomselvea
up, oyster fai3hion, to ths,plcoldslon .of
all outside barbarians. Perhaps they
have the right to, do,this, , so long ae
they do not interfere with: ur rights,or
Way. maltreat ournitizens;i—and
one Of Or rights is :the, tiatigatioW of
open . , *Om anywhere on the earth's!
surface., Having, an , undoubted . right
4.,navigate the Yellow .Elear , it follows
that we have a rightto know sothething ,
of the shoals, rooks and bare , tharein; ,
and the .dangers of the Cereal).- coast,
that We may aVold . thern: l, ` . .tikkio # 43(hett,
in puratiance of our right to navigate
the seas, an American ship becomes ,
wrecked and her :brew
d *kid 'eisiArk-
and when they are murdered, or carted
about the country in batnhekcallesilike ,
beasts, for a. - sbnat, s, ,it , etri~ i l us=
itbat the "
„Oat then and 'there.: :We
bow svere tbalesson may be, so 'that'
it is needed,Wnd effectual. That is
what twe-parataxeErtos build gunboats
for m . y tio*.q. hwtpity l it t ng, AdrnAral Rod
geretiii nfiligivferi t niore -power / brid ,
oration-An thamattem-0- - +leria-on'the .
spot, $s a navallW A ßcka d ) n Pra. Wt/Po
tent tojudge of the merits of-the cases
Pal/ aY:ftaPiln)tWiV 34in g tal l• Mad!.
Yalßell hits the case pretty fairly in the
folloWing, which. is la his lattise to the
Department at Walfhington :
t4ull the Government takes efficient notion
in,thiti case, our countrymew lawfully navigating
,the seas adjacent to Corea,mlll ha inVeril af
and liberty of person from the karbarities,.ol,the
potpie, and the authoritiea of the country, who
aim at the exclusion of strangers."
i,.BeYeral leading papers—of the: olaasi
tbattetand so straight they lean a littki
baciwtord-t-are criticising, Where they
should uphold and applaud: - 'the '2W
biene, has allielitdeF, l l l ,which it calla our
little difficulty the_"Corean ;Elephant."
it!pnblishes two mapir v iof the cerOt
i}f'the river Sa daYs
' 1.4 134 to f edio ur el Opt is , t beat
go on AA), e
hicmopsy hereafter the state ct our ottatawayp
;wilLke,worse than before we beget.
_Thik g 6
on; is to organise a great estrieditiOn,, 'tirade the
'kingdom, devastate the country; • add reduie the
'millions of pop4ition to thousands."
- -`What then? ''Does it fOIIoW that : We
•are r net to attempt the proh3ctinn,of our
commerce and`countryme9s, because If
We cannot do so effectuallAand at once,
thefie barbarians will only abuse them
alt the more ? Frdnee la ,1136 after the
Vqrpans, and quite ready,to cooperate
I,v;ltli Our fleet and . land fnrces . Eng
land, too, has caul% of, complaint ; also,
Germany. Let all unite,and make
rea a safe country for those whomay be
wrecked on her coast ;-- , or desolate her
ports and taki - OileOitei,i 6
Or let our shipeli 6 Rfilii'puti.of,Osreen
tars. . • . . •
The cholera has. passed' the Tbotinda
rieeof Persia, and is heading-vest7ard;
wi+reat the silvans and - oracles corn
'nonce making calculations as 'to the
length of time it will take' to reach
England ; and they incline to agree on
two' years, or thereabout. They evi
dently forget that such calculations
have been made before, and just
had been settled that England was safe
'for 'one season, and' - 'the Unites States
for two, the cholera took a mysterious
stride and appeared in Liverpool .one
line summer moruing ;and another
stride—mysterious and' Unexplainable
=brought it to the Mississippi; Thence
if follows that no one should be surpri
sed at the announcement that " theAsi
ale, cholera' has appeared in' London,
and.nreates an extraordinary sensation
among the people."
It .will appear on this side of the
ocean,, too; not this season, perhaps,
but next summer , at farthest ; and we
mayas well makeupl our minds to face
WELLSBORO GRADED SCHOOL
18 1 71--0.
FA 0 ULTY. •
A.- 0. WINTERS, A. M., Principal.
, Mrs. S. HART, Precreptress.
T. 11. EDWARDS, B. g. ,
B. 0. WHEELER, B. E.
• ' Miss H. I. DARTT, M. E.
" KATE REYNOLDS, M. E.
" IDA STODDARD, B. g.
Acia s , ANA_
uHAS. wstomlikV,V — To of Diaiiing
Miss H. W. TODD, hist and Vocal !Amid.
(Brea to all residents of th'i )3orouih'.) '
Common English $6;00. - Higher st,oo.
French, German, Latin, Eaoh, .. " $l,OO.
Italian, $2,00, Instramental•Ma6lo,...slo,oo.
Drawing in classes, 14,00, private,...ls,oo
Rail term opens' senteMber 11, 1871. '
CourBB of Study.
' French Grammar, Reader, Teleunique, Cor
rinne,Zharles ..X 11. • • Daily exertion in conver
sation. German Grammar,
from Schiller; Goethe, Leasing, Daily Drill is
speaking German: Grammar; Reader,'
selections from Alfieri. Goldoni Dints. Daily
practice, fn onnvcreation. • ,
'ln Ifistory there - rill be familiar.
l ectures upon ,
noted Cities 'awl phlotie Althea by :tbe Principal:
lead ng, "Wriiing,,Sytleiny, Declainatian and
, aamposifion,, inusclic kkert by mm r.
. FT!' •
- NORMAL 'CC/UWl*.
inlibbordance ir-Ith the 'canted' iecorniainde
dim qt our able and praotical State:Sup% a Nor;
mai Departmen t will be organised in whit& Wes.
ial instruction `will bo'given in the Theory and
Practide of 'reaching. Daily drill in it' school of
400 pupils carefully graded, ,and taught by ear
nest-teachers according to the most approved
methods, will give the best possible preparation
for successful teiching. " •
'DIPLOMAS. ' •
Upon completing Abe course prescribqii, Diplo
mas will be granted and preference given to
-oar owe grailuatee' in the seoleotion of teachers.
The Principal is a graduate, of Rochester
versa,* andias'iprpplemorited his College course
by two years , Andy In' 'Europe:" ' Hie ' - recess in
the Test is a guarantee for , the future.: -,
Mr& Hart,is,a ; ffuluate of Ste/telt* Vouleyan
-Pitniatitiy.r:.har been Preceptreas,of G rp , ifcip 51 *,
And has ileconlly been
-- Apvtte . 4l. o aliptaihrepositieliqt(4Waiefltbe . • 'older ,
end most tiourishipg Aoa deader ofthe same state.
is said by thelitite tupT*lbtiershirn tb
;atiatained thaleit exanitnatiori:ovit; had in 'the
Tddd har availed. boraeltoc the, est a 4
rentages. affdided bif the Oity of oaten,, and has
conducted with aucoole the hlnsieetDipartment,
Of the , Eh Ira Pereale Colledge..llnstruction otui
alae,be obtained from ether drat! class, teachers.
, T'ho remaining teachers have'been selected
With 'iciest catei and ate khan trim '#!PrOughlY
'qualitrod, earnest and Arnooeisini. •
SUCCESS. ; •
The number of pupils hens in`creased ib .one
yogi, from 150, to nearly 400. The per cent of
attendance, and, , nl3;enge of Wail:ten cwaa'not
exiioded_in thel34te: Persons reprosepting over
$150,000, hairWdttFikigthe past six Months moved the' Boro.;•pr signified liteleintatitione to do
io,•on rtooontg:ef the sohoofi. Thefoliy ofsend,
log attrittally,,fromto•,ss,ooo, to gurioh
Other lomplttes, itotbathi up othir sohools, et
the eilietise own, trill not; it islepitorbe'
*listed; our efforts .riow.shall bi to offer snob
4tdvantages as, tip ell4ravi others to us.
- - I t , i
) 'None More • ftivoilible ; fora :school can be
found in northerkrennsylvaaia.
Tho climate is healthy, the surroundings, beim
tifil. The peOple cultivated'atirdVellnid - ; The
) ;Limittre course-brings to us the most distill
. guished Lecturers of the country., A
_library , .is
proposed,; larger and better than any„within
100 miles ' '
The fact that property has doubled in value
In WelLsh e ro,,in. the pest three years, and that
the immature mineral; and 9thar wealth of Tina
county mtigt gieitly benefit her - in the-Aline,
fnwilshei a strong pecuniary inducement. for
thole ha+ing children to educate, to tondo :at
the County seat.
A record , of scholarship deportment, .ait'azt
dance Ao., is,furnished I parents niontblyi For
board (0,00 ta,41100), or further infonitilloia
Address .the principal , or .Trid. I. Mitchell 0014.
FSTMACT itROM COURIni' OF STTDIES. - ' .
• Ith Year. : - , ,t ; --, •. - •
gram...a6t oxi(i lint Itplit.
a ,u a , .
i` • :,1. go '— I • Anal, Method! at i ll 4 O!ot4.'
• : titiil4l4C-High: flohool;‘ '” '
LI ...-- - 010 „..) , 1 _.- ..- i i 13: ,
f illa47l . Ail*. 1' Litiii; lliSt .. _
r i ' l ' ',B .'" • Rat.'Phill Phyb."Geog.
:1 1. '`l'' ` " : i .t• . • ISPtallY , ... ;; L: ,•i 1 )
1••,. , , - : "_•, i ;94;r45tr... - f •i- • •,..•
Algebra Gamtar...l Physiol„ I_. • • ,
It . .
41 le Zoolog y . V i iiyi. Gaps.
a •'‘, •. • •a .' , —A urg e y . - Rh oter i k „.
loth' Tea: . ' • - .
Goomet'rri Cicero I Chemistry ' I Irit. Philos.
1 „!' , Virgil. , Geology.. ,-" 11 ,
Trigonom. ri . , Moral 'I
- Lidisis may substitute Modern Language! for
lliigher Algebiii, or `GeinoetrY 'and French' or
,AlAmopin msty. boltudied itiatead'fitLatili. '; ' ,
Diaiiing may be taken during the entire time.
et 4 r ,
Does not ittin in Kentucky. IV
tagaaerailyi iepuditited at the South . ?
,arid' Wiry Northern Democrats, who'
`erected , to - swalloii , the bitter pill, cun
ningly bald it in abeyance under the
tongue, ready Ao Bpit out If occasion 0f..,
r — - T i 3
aP4 with 04911). -71/9.oortford awe,
rani says that it " suopluien w4 1 (4 1 .
it is botiiiii 3 Odeteiulj4hat study, isnd
'hard study, promotes digestion.;, thatit
is' fa4orabie •to high -phyeical health,
and not unfriendly to rosy cheeks and
roundneo of Tortu,.and all the tulle
' thins fOr which God has designed wo
man peootiar sphere.'; 2
And, in, conirsdlitiaction . of this, a
Boston physician says that_"fouryoung
girls, full of intelligence and promise,
have been killed.outright bY . the'ReveT,-,
sty of, the tasksAmposed upon them in
a high school in this vicinity."
~ Leaving tbe,p;ast.9,ll4 Arriving at IChioago or
Wk . Asti wei:retteh .the West?
The best Lineteackbewledged'to be the Q., B.
& Q., joined 'together with .fie B. dr. M), Railroad,
by the Troil Bridge at Burlbigton, iitutoalled the
BURLINGTO?I ROUTS. 7
The main Line of the Route t:upning - 19 Omaha
connects with - 114, great Paelflo /toads, and forms
today the leading,routo to California: The Mid
dle Tomb, entering Nebraska at Phittsmouth,
pass through Lincoln, the State Capital, , and
will this year be finished to Port Kearney, for
ming the shortest route across the Continent by
over 100 miles.
Another Ilraneh of the: B. M., diverging at
Red Oak, falls tide a line 'running dewn the-Mis
souri through St. Joe to Kansas City, and all
Kansas. 'Passengers by thin route to Kansas, see
Illinois, Southern Ibrra;'and Missenrl, and, by a
slight dlyergemse, oeti;see.NetTalkyalOsf.
Lover; of flue views Ahoulil reinornho the Bur•
lington Rocitel- tor its . .towits‘
from afar"—its.treo- fringed streams—ite rough
bluffs quarrlei--its oorn•oceans stretching
over the piairica furthor than eye can reach.
Land-buyere wilt be Bare to remember it,- for
they haie friends among the two thousand' who
have already bought farms, from Geo, S.
the Land Commissioner of the B. 44 M. R. R. at
Burlington, Iowa; or among the four thousand
homo-eteaders and pre omptors - who last year
filed claims in, the fAseein land office, where
"Uncle Sam Li rich brinugh to glycols all a farm.'
July 29, 187L—tf
AV9ID Q U ACK S .U
A victim Of arly indlioretion, causing nor
yous debility, premature decay Act., having
tried in vain le leery advertised remedy, has die.
covered a aim le means,of selfcure;:whisb he
will send free to his felluw-aufferers. J. B.
REEVES; 78 Nassau st., New York.
Aug, 9, 1871-Iy.
PIANO-Mr. A. 8.. A. 'Briggs of Middllibufy,
has on exhibition at-the Cone House, one of
Mathnshek's celebrated Pianos. All overs of
music are invited to take a look at this instru
ment, and observe the advantages it, has over
other Planes in its general construction and aom
pleteness of tone.
Mr. Briggs furnishes Organs or Melodeons at
very reasonable rates. Address him at Crook
ed Creek, Pa. -
July 19, 11.1..-tf
Rs HON. GEORGE SA.NDERSON,
Mayor of the E lOity of X/anonektyr, Pa., writes:
aldisiman's H AD.:Hymns Is extensively known
and used, and tip onooessful are its curative pow
ers that It ban oeome as familiar as a House
hold Word and a necessary addition In the med
ical requlremen of everylamily. Having-used
it myself and flowing others who have used it
with beneficial emits, I can only add that in my
opinion it is th best remedy over introdueed,for
thupro of the timorous ills to which flesh is
BOAT, THADDEas , NTEVENS El 0.
Recommending Mantatit's Hann Birrnns to a
friend, pronounced It the matt wonderful combi
nation of medioinal herbs ho ever saw.
August 8,1871. lm -
DMITISTBY. —C. N. Dartt, dentist
*Simla Wright & Bailey's Monk, whets he con•
Unseat° matte teeth with , the new Osprey/omit
whioh gives hotter satisthotion than any thing
else in use. To be had at Darter' only.—Ang. 24
BY VIRTUE of sundry write of Fieri Facies,
Leliari Facies and Venditioni Exponas, issued
out of the Court of Common Pleas of Tioga
county, and to me directed, I will expose to pub
lic sale, to the highest and best bidder, at the
• Court House in WellsbOro; on Monday, the 28th
day of - August, - 1811, at one o'cloOk P. M., the
following described property: . ' • '
Atlot.of land in Union township, bounded on
the i north by Hugh Tommy, on the west by
Coinolifis Stulksouth by Joel Saxon arifllleary
_Levet., and costly John . - Beimish ; containing
52 acres; 20 acres improved, with a frame house,
log barn, frame barn, outbuildings, apple or
chard and other fruit trees thereon.. To be sold
as the property of Wililam Hall, suit of Joseph
43. Cowley for use of O. & J. L. Robinson.
ALSO—A lot`of land In Brookfield, bounded
on the north by Orb Hamlin and Henry Gee,
west by Joel Parkhurst, south by James Tubbs,
and east by Bingham lands; containing 200
eores4loo acres improved, with a frame house,
frame barn, outbuildings, apple orchard and
othei fralt trees thereon. To be sold as the prop
erty.of Noblor Pride, suit. of Joel Parkhurst.
AL13(1.-A lot of land IP Covington, bounded
on ,the . north by the highiray leading from 00v.
,Ington,to Frost settlement ? Weet by Edward Bat
and'south and out by.thn estate ~o f F. B.
Ihrolaldel ,00ntaining thie44otirthi of an acre,
with a tNostory frame hdtise, outbuildings and
fruit trees thereon. To bo sold as the property
of Vir: B!. /Ikea knd . M. R„Bloss,. , quit „of; Qop
,-iALSO,--A lot of land in Charleettn township,
by S ohn
the north isy' Rolia ‘ it Adams, west
by Sohn Cuyle - and Williatn`Bond, east by Rob't
Adams and Charles Brown ? and south by M.
Butler and John' Coyle; containing 10 , acres,
with a frame house; log barn, frame shed, apple
orshaid and other fruit trees thereon ; 20 sores
improved. To be sold as the property of Rob't
Itichardion and B: L. Richardson, suit of Ira
ALSOA lot of land, in Westfield township
and borO ; - - igh, bounded on the north by Francis
'Masco & Peter Edgoomb. west by B. B. Otrang,
south by Oowanesqtte river and tail race of C.
Phillips's saw mill, and east by A. D. White and
William iL Colbath and B. D. ghillipa ; contain-,
ing 100 acres, 70 &ores improved; with a frame.
ihoritiejframe barn, outbuildings, an apple oroh
aril pther'fruit trees thereon.
_ e kt,oo—A house and lot in Westfield borough,
bennited Cn i the north and west ,by the Cowan-.
wow river, south by Main street, and east ,by
R. Rrusep ; containing. three r forirthe of au acre,
With a frame house. outbuildings and fruit , trees
thereon. TO be sold pi the property of M. G.
Bowman, Suit of Sylvester D. Phillips for use .
of Joel Parkhurst.
. ALSO—A lot of land in Delmar :township,
boundeitai the north by Phelps . * Dodge, east
by Phelps '& Dodge, south by D...A.Stowell, and
Test by D. A. Stowell ; 'containing Tei sores, a
part Of warrant No. 4212; no improyAments.—,
To be sold as the property of Russel 'Kennedy,
suit of Joseph Merolla. '
ALSO—A lot of land in' Ward township,
bounded on the north by lands of Ruloff Lyon,
west by let formerly owned by widow Brooks,
southly Simeon Elliott, and east by D. Hager,
Cattle Clesvaland and Almon Rice • containing
17r antes, about 80 acres improved, Rice;
house, frame barn, log house,
apple orchard and other fruit trees thereon. To
be sold as the property of leroy,Ayers, snit' of
J. IL liullook, and Pontoroy Brothers.
ALSO--4 lot, of land in •Elkland borough,
bounded on•tho north by the New York State
line, east by the old plank road, south by John.
A. Hammond, and west by Oeorge Dorranoe;
containing about 15 acres, all improved, with , a
frame' barn, two frame houses, a stone milk
.house, outbuildings, an apple orchard and other ,
fru t tree! thereon. To be sold rip the ;property
of Kite Beaglit, , El9l6 Brikimer, i'10196 A :Brim.
met, et'. a 1:, suit of Jelin Parkhurit. "
, ALBQI-.4 lot' Orland Farmington
„shlp,honnded tint the north by lands of
Tabbi,'west by Janette Christen:it and Jainee
Villey, south by estate of Leroy Soles, and east
by Elias Outran Enid 'John' R. Weeks; contain-,
lag TO sores, 38 iitiproilit with a frame house,
an apile orchard &ha' other - fruit trees 'thereon.
To be sold 'as the property of Robert Stewart
amt of - J. fl.Parkhiust.” •
..ALSO -.-A lot of hind In the borough of Mans.
field, bounded on the north by Mg. 44:4. Loree,
OW 14 B. A. Allen and Mrs. Lauisitoapl, south
by Henry Allen, and west by Primpeet • street;
being, about 80 feet front and 119 feet deep,•
witb,a*Arno house, frame barn, Outbuildings.
And hWIC tries thereon. To be sold ae the prop=
er of G. B. Hill, suit of L. Cummings for use
ALSO—A lot of land in. Coving'ton township,
bounded on the north bY,thie Elk in road, east
by Edwin Klock, south by Nathasi . Whitmore
'end Nibble :Graves; and -West '.,by ;
eoutiifilni line ems,. with a frame house, frame
barn; saw mlll,'Ontlittildings; an _apple orchard
ind.Otherlildt tree's thereon. To be sold as the
property otJacob Johnson. suit of Packard A
ICindey tot use of Geo. A. Kinney.
,ALSO-...-The,following lota , of land in the io
iough of Welliboro. One i bounded on the south -1
east by Pearl street,southirest by Lincoln street,'
gorthwest by lots in possession of Jacob Stick.;
lin, and northeast by John Bluer; being 1601
•feet-byl9ofeet. - -
amte—Another.lot in.tho said borough, boon
:ded .on the southeast by the above described lot,,
southwest by Lincoln street, northwest by Idain
stteet,nud northeast by John Etner;, being 160
feet on Main street and 60 feet on Lillie% street,
.with it,two story frathe 41 - wailing house, a three
story frame cabinet shopi outbuildings and fruie
trees thereon. To' be sold as the property of
.Yeeob Stioklin, suit of, O. L. Willcox. f •
ALSO—A lot of land in Ward township, boun -
'Ad on the north by A. 3. Teeter, east by Joseph
Btooks,'sonth by Alfred Furman, and west by
C. B. Rathbone; dontaining 33 acres„ all wild, 1
" ALso—Another tract in Ward township, bonn. r
dod on the north by G. W. Beardely and Isaac
Smith, and east, south and west 'by William It;
,Lyon; containing 84 acres, more or loss, , all imt
proved, with a saw mill, shingle mill, frame
house, frame barn and blaeltsmith shop thereon.
To be Sold oil; the property of William H. KB.
gore and Wallace Chase, edit of William R. Ly,
.on and C: . Ward, • . ~ . .:
ARCH- lot of land in rltutland township,
bounds on the north by, lande of Sittia‘ , Cum•
mings and Bingham lende r east by the highway
and Liwi odd, sOuth by G. j.'Cook, and west
by Binh lands . and Sandford and Jae. Johns;
containing 4 acres, 12 acres improved, with
frame bar hereon. TAN) be sold. as the property
of B. B. Rtiyiolds - suit'of Lewis Todd; -
ALS,O=-41. lot olland in Ward tovinship, boun
ded on, the north, east and south by lands of
William Lyon; west by G. N. Beardsly and I. H.
Smith; containing 84 acres, with a frame house,
I frame barn, saw mill, shingle mill, outbuildings
and fruit trees thereon.' 'To be sold as tho prop.
arty of Wallace Chase; suit of Wm. H. Kilgore.
ALSO—A lot of land in the borough of Mains
burg, boundekon the north by Alain street, east
by George Stauffer, and south and west by Jno.
B. Strong ; containing about-ono acre, with a
frame house, frame steam and water grist mill,
frame shed, frame horse stable, Outbuildings
and fruit trees thereon; together with ti mill
itice,and dam attached to the same, hounded on
the northeast by George'Stauffer, highway, John
.Fox, G. D, Mein, Baldwin Parkhurst, Peleg
Deed, Seth S. Ramsey, Henry and Dem ond Dew
ey and Joseph B. Austin, and en the southwest
by John B. Strong, George Stauffer, highway,
"O. T. and A'. IlitgEt; and - Lorenzo and Peleg
Dond. To be sold as the property of N. E.
Calkins, suit of Pomeroy Brothers.
ALSO—A lot of land in Delmar township,
bounded on the north by lands of J. D. Willcox,
malt by Orsamus Borden, south by Salome Sim
mons, and east by the highway; containing 16
acres, more or less; four acres improved, with a
log house thereon. To be sold as the property
of John Gitohell, suit of A. W. Potter.
ALSO—A lot of land in Morris township, ,
beginning at a stone heap, the southwest corner 1
of land formerly of John F. Harrison, deceased ;
thence west 128 perches to a post; thence north
80 perches to a post; thence north 80 perches to
a stone heap; 'thence east 128 perches to a post;
thenOe south 80 perches to the place of begin
ning,; containing 60.2 acres, 20 acres improved,
with, a frame house, frame barn, an apple orchard
and other fruit trees thereon. To be sold all the
property of Richard Campbell, snit of Hely S.
ALSO—A lot of land in Charleston town
ship; bounded on the north by lands of Joshua
Atherton and Jason Smith, on the-west by Jason
Smith, on,the south by. lands in possession of •
Politos Beauge, and east by the public highway;
containing 35 sores, 30, agree improved, with a
fraMe house, frame barn, outbuildings, an apple
orchard and other fruit trees' thereon. To be
sold as the property of Franklin Borden, suit of
0. L. Atherton.
ALSO—A lot of land in Chatham town
shiP, bounded on the north by lot No 285 of the
allotment of Bingbam,lands in the said town
ship), formerly under contract to John D. Perry,
east by lot No 369, contracted to be sold to John
TY:Bailey, and lot No 367, contracted tube sold
t David Short, south by the south lines of war
rants Nos 1686 and 1851, and west by lot $o
193 ; containing 66.7 sores, with allowances, it
being lot No 192 of the allotments of Bingham
lands in Chatham township, about 15 aoros im
proved, with a log house and a few fruit trees
thereon. To be sold as the property of Jerome
Crandall, suit of Reuben' Morse fkir nea of F. F.
Wollaboro, Aug 0, 1871
/or •,•Ampt-.0. /I°' •
as now in stook, and will keep oonstantly
on hand, at the limiest market quotations.
Wool Twine, 2 & 4 ply oiitton 4 . lutetwine.
*Ma 2, 3 do 4 ,tr• Ad.
powle pat. Step Ladder, from 3 to 8 ft.
"IRE OLOTH & WIRE GOODS
- for gumming.onws..
A full assortment of 'Lake Huron & Berea
Canal• Wheel-_ Barrows
from 1 inoh dotrn.
No I. & no 1 extra engine oil
A complete assortment of
ouse Builders and
constantly on band.
Bottom prices on
Come in and take a look, get the figures and
see Voir it Is yoarselr, and oblige
`Ma, y 24, 1871.—tf.
cruattas A. DANA, Edito
the goltar Watt inn.
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Intended for People Now on Earth.
Inoluding karmere, Mechanics, Merchants, Pro.
tesaional Men, Workera,Thlnkere, and all Man
nar of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Bons, and
Daughters Of all such.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 2
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' $5O Club at every Post Othce.
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TEE vilEmtr, but with a greater variety of
miscellaneous reading, and, furnishing , the news
to its autectribers with greater Ereatosem, Miasma
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largest eirealatton in the world. Free, Mew
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SEND YOUR, 4K9NEIir •
Poet Me ordure, °haute*,
_or drafts On New
yen% wwever convenient. mint. time Tunisia
;She 'flay= coutaining moult., maress
Nan ging% RN Twig Gan
E. A. FISH, Sheriff.
J. BORRIFFELIN, JR
Door Sash, tit Blind Factory.
BENJAI. N AUSTIN, is prepared to fur.
niah fitt-oleM work from tho beet lumber,
at his new f otory which le now in full operation.
constantly on hand, or manufactured to order
Planing and Matching
done promptly, and in the best manner. The
best workmen employed, and none but the best
Seasoned lumber used. Encourage home indug
Factoiy near the foot of plain St.
boro, Aagust 2, 1871. tf •
Summer Dress Good
We have a very desirable
of the above-named Goods, which we still ofThr extre4
cee, in order to sell out clean for Fall Trade,
Any one in need of Good's in' this line. will do
J. A. PARSONS &
Auisi!cst. 1, 1871
New Store I New Goods Ne
NO. 1 BO wEiv t f CONE'S BLOCK, WEL Lsl3
W. J. Hortcrt Broth
WOULD say to the citizens of WeHaber° and vicinity, that they have
rr full operation, and will at all times keep a general a..43ortioont of mei.,
the lowest prices. We jell,
Yard wide Factory for
Parcales, lifohairs, Plaids, French and _lrish Rjplins
Fancy . Colored and Black _Dress "silks,
all at prices much less than 'have boon sold for before
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, BoOts and Shoes, Ha
L . ,
Hosiery from . 10 to 50 ots.l Childrens' Shoes i'rom
Boots from $2,50 to $5,50. Hats from .-
Mena' Shoes from $1,25 to $5,50. 1 Caps from
Boys' Shoes from $l,OO to $1,50. I .
All Seasontible Goo s at iinpreoedentea Low
i 1 , .
Choice roceries Etc
. _ .
Teas from 50 e t fip.to $1,50. I Comics from
, A Sugars ....," .4 , ....,,:....'..121. ots. I Spices, all kinds.
Porterea Sugar at 12} 08.1 Soaps, all kinds,
Our motto is; , "fair dealing, low prices. rind strict attention to bilsinees
the key to success.
We invite every one in want of anything in our lino, do drop in and tak
stook, as we are always pleased to - show our Goods.
Welleboro, May 4,1871
.. ---1 . 1 cg ' s
New Spring , 1 &.0,0
~' PEOPLES' sToRE
. ~ CORNiNG, N. Y., I
1 ' 1 • .
Our Stook is now very lE4'6 and complete, and faol d. ',Try cheap 1
! ! Ff
! !Best Prints 10 cents per yard. 1000 yds Delainep, from 121 'to If, eta. Tier yard. Wu hi
the largest stock of 1
CARP I43TS., ,
in Southern New York,' including HEMP from 25 to 40 ote.; ingrairs from 50 to izi,2s,
beet Tapestry Brussels t 1,25 ; English Body Brussels $2,90 to 102,25; oltio full line of '
'Rugs, Oil Cloth, Plain And Check Canton:Matting; Coir Matting, &-,.
- We would call especial attention to our stook of
1 . .
Cloths and Cassimere
which will bo made to order by Sohinok or Soott, at very lo prices.
We invite a carefal examination of our .Stock aqd prices, and wo plcdgo ouisolres tiln!°!°
aril/ not be undertdid,And when wo Say that - tie mean what we say. Cottle and sou us and, `°e
will do you good.
• 0111. 12 1870.
Of thorough trial it hazt bet:oto
fact that ItOY'S CHOLERA 1)
Fatally Modioino that can be fon
And all thoso disorders of awl
so common in the Summer anil
nine never fails when rightly
CURE-ALL, it is not recommez
else. It does not Olin lain-pepp
Killers. It door not irritate,
soothing in its operation. It
other medicine, therefore nek f.
ERA DROPS and take no ott,
SOLD - EVERY
Aug. 2, 1871.-310.
SA_Ei L F.!
... ...... 10 ets. French Gingharns .....„......
10 eta. Queene' Onm Alapnoa, (sp
.. 20 pte. -
We keep a
iOI'S is the loot
ol for lha cot° of
i~ ii 1R;
bc.wole which arc
Pall. This !fled)
used. It is no
(led fur anything
er like tblo Pain
uit is• mild and
is nit I kn auy
I r k ROY'S 01101,
lv Low Pri
oliase earl \
their :Euro nenv i
hundise, rtnd sell ;I
.11 to 7,-.L
4:31. , !
ClJ.)Os e.s'i • • ,
full lice of
:8 OWJ Cop,
Sv cts. t 3 i :2„
.76 CIA. tv t.3„ - ,11
St) ete. to
25 to 30 rte
which is als;,)'
a look thrr l ugb our
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