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DNESDAy, AUG. 23; 111,
• Now Advortisoments.
.14 .leAvely Store—S. B. Wariner.
, iintercial College—A. J. Warner.
Inivorsadiat) Wench in Boiien di;
11311 Sunday next, at 101 a. m., and 3,p.m.
> l e will be a meeting of the M. E.
m Mr. J. Donne's Grove, on BLlbb t B
tho 21 of Septombor, nna
,„.. umober of dri.V•
E. hi, efi f.. 4! OOR Pash,r.
• io% 'to attention to tile advertise
•-; R. Warriner, rtihn has juste btarted
t n.• in the roolm:, recently occupied by
, , \
s, \ A RATTLESNANE.—On
~f fl. Lloyd was bitten by a
plAying, with the reptile near
TI„• icy is inn critical condition.
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IZ l „ Q i•Ls . r.—Will such of our chi..
ferni-h pupil. of the
%sit!, rooms•nr board, appriQn Profos-
.f the fact
) Thompson respectfully begs his
xnplimontary visitor= to call be•
hours of four rta,l sii• I'. M. Business
at the hoary most, convenient tn them.
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!-.I)NAL.---.1. 0. W. Bailey, Esq.,
in inently settled at Ridgeway, Elk noun -
GI the profession of the law, aryl we aro
!0 Ira thit his future business prospects
Irinl Success to our young frien].
oc:co.—The laying of the nor•
,o• the M. li. church ak Mansfield, has
~, poFtpnnetl to thn 30tii
Lloyd, it ig expeeted, will &diver the
wago l'ost sayp, " Anna Dick
-1 i1f , ,0041104 isinter flirting tears with
I h i. 1` inio the front seats of the nutlien
-3,l,ireF,eil in liehalf of the ilown.trwiiien
Tirts.—The finest display of
to he found in any storo out
orty be seen at Foley's. lie
(); Gold anil r f l yney
I,n !com i ty:, how to I,ny cbc p and
C. linwe, Jr, Sowing Machine,
markva, fir =ale I,y A. Poky. A g't.
r i I s 7
I I /ENT.—On tiaturrlay,laE•l, a Mr.
~„ the employ of L. Iltinnett, Esq., was
1, 3 , a hull belangingd , ) the latter.—
,!; •• a II 111 V bilndlod by a. ring in his :lase,
n getting 100'0, and Mr. S. had a
toms the savauo f/11111111i, ThO bull
hlornly, in the full bloom of hi:. wielt
• I to •••!; care in handling.
F 1.11t.---The following named
in I);,•Tsin , on, Crltpbell, F.
• (I. 1.. Aiken, 1, 11, Potter, Calvin
1,1 L. O. Leach and (luirge Green, corn
xeentiNu• eothmitteo of the Tioga Co.
“d I FOC , are regnat;tetl to meet at my
, on Friday. A ugut , t 2:4 at two
, tran.v.tion of important
IL i,ILCS, Ch'n
I.\ oTEL.—( mt. .friPtlll (the
th, le 1.1.10 talhing, fur
it.i , - , 11,1 , 1 - .ptiotor of tha li.tgle botch at
PIIR o ' llo .1 . the Lect 'notch: in.the
, v.% it . l'ersom , tisil
v.llll tititit at 1110 Ea
ro they will fill , ' the 1,0 , 1 of rtooolowcala
Ind a live., iv nial I,,ttilloril
t ).—The people Of 1%11(1(16.1m -
en IVedneMay Ivith a neat
which wx., vo; y t RpraL+l,lo n.
h tho knr.b hillridra , tavihcs and
;, r, i to tire.tk tho tore of det , truetiv , ,
tornado pc:forme.' very erNlitabl i y,
Jr,.,.e,1 barn.: for :11. Fsr4. Carpenter, Hotel)
e-t. :n to the grcoltl, anti
Evi,ar:rter. In a
1, L. 110.1 tilt flea a "Csoleme.'.
,r,1.511 F.l hill-though they pro
' hot boo), , 01.Prri." , an 1 74,tle=naltri.
On IVetines4l:ty, the 9th
P,Arr , r«Aor ,+1 St. James
I, , Olt kith flitz
11111,.. d.tuL.htur, when the hurse
rl n d.i•tanee, and nU were
1 , 117, , . Mr. Barmws and Airs.
the little girl e
, tchol no•ent,s for the Union Den
Ni.ltilotown, N. Y., and
„flir q with WL A. Stone, in
' 1 o•• lo‘ tta :‘ircotiop I,,their
o :,ttraotcd trinqh
lit t <ears, and ,Da r t. conttinpla
•,a., nt In I ii•tr , i - lrift ,, t 0,1
,ll•,.mi' plan of in
~ s.nerf.,7 and
L. thein a fait 'Amid-
hardy .FCCMf . r:tory
v•a nt= to imow how it b r pen s
, r( of tho notnintition,%"
't t tittle at tot after
• r arid part of a night. WO
,t• they For 11:41 •rr,GSt
sl:hy .‘te proplckin
o , it.} ly 0:o •tt of
1.• 0. , -motto thln Owl/ . of Igh
1 1 .7 7r, 1 h i f that :.'ec
)n thn tcnC nt 1)11
I.ot h•ddil.g t ht, tn. (for
1, Olt iv eh I(ICK'S reillarkft
" • lat:nr,l
, tirr than t-boir "1 4 t
it p prolvliolv( c.r)r , cr to !hi? Inet
moi 11.nt) ah . l
1— I :•1 rte. rn,l
t I 1 I 1. (
di It the
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Ir. .1 ',H. , thdl tJrc lo
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11111. CV 1.1e:1-0 -•11o.1 . 101 lII I P thedn
NtrAlf,in uNt IA .1. , l •
' f lion liciir\ irr t wood ii ilitz
w I. 4; r.r g.• bad b.•.`li
I t I'Araui••r LaU tal.t❑ its
litt - tAttriti,i
kr l '
'filmed are ,Inli It Io to Ihe 41(1.; in
• .In• patient -nlli•r r. tirpirg against
,).0 ini,:lit rvconn, iu,•,tillioy ii!
t givtl her up. It Wflt, the Relent)
ti~• wire lbe lion. Henry.
' 1 • t teare, 3 n).,ntio. , , and 4 day..
~i hi.. war Olify Ptl j tlflileti by
,(• •• ' II 1 , 9 re , " a
11 all litrle A Ci . a . p
• ••r1.4 ee. t e• tni , l. by 010 .1 IP
were I. 11; ,- n to tlio
'.; —it...l in .1 vlc,t-ant plaoo, where
llot,ors shall itloa3S grow, and
WrAIV 11S Lrightest gorAnlnvr
I , e , r , r 1,11414 lic6itie the grave, and
•, :he.l rap the precious e.nActivas
''• r.l tuts the epld, dark ground, I,lit1 , 1it
tinprest.e.l. lienrit 4 ,
'. ia. , !}0119.4 ferillPr 11.C1,1•
' i. •.L.l w bid} can ont) 1 , 0
1119 U ut tbo loved $4.13 who has
+xi - elm - 11
-41.1 a have bade ber stay;
harp's alluring sound ' 1 `i r • ' lit ;Iscrtv
I-1.1 11011'0, Ina tor roc.' ing friends'.
Ate r a tin:10,111e loved ono lendFr
)` COMING EVENTS CAST," &, - b.-Liriio
tenon agent of the renowned Alleghenian vo
hats and Swiss bell ringers brings us the news
it this popular troupe will appear at Bowen a
be'sball, in this borough', on the evenings of
igust alad 39., wo lihow 'en° troupe
1 . _
de ervedly meritorious as those " wonderful chit. 1
dr n of song," and having added a now pro
gr mine, with new songs. now duote, now boll
pi ces, and presenting nowifaoes;• loninot' fail , to
ha aan overflowing house. Awing
, their great,
to r rotfnd tho globe, ' the concerts O 4 ftho 201°7 3
gh nians werp bsnored by the atlendinee . of bun.'
fir cis Of thoulianfls of delighted llstop ars—kings,
Queoni, nobles and the most distinguished men
of 'the ago, patronizod their op tortainments aufi
lmiished upon them the most flattering demon
strations-of approval. . 41
NORMAL SCHOOL.—TIIO first Varna of
Vio l Normal school year at Maasfield,will open
‘Vi i idnesdkiy. August .^,71, `closing Friday, Decem
the second term will 'commence Wednesday,
December 4, 1871, closing Friday, March 8,1872.
the third term will commence Monday, Maria
18, 18'72, closinfj, with commencement exeroises,
ThUrsday, Juno 20, 1872.
h t tudonts desiring to teach the comblg,uipter,
earl complete the first teem before our winior
eel pole open, the first Monday in locomber.
ire. M. J. Sovart, a lady of muoh experience,
has been elected Preeeptreos in place of Mies F.
A. Cochran, resigned.
All tho deptrttneny of the school will he sup
plied with, first plass
,in4ructors, and - the high
rank the sehopl,bas take in former years for
thOrooghticse, kill ho fully sustained. The rooms
In the Normal school building aro nearly all ta
ken, but a few aro left, and, those who apply at
once eon bo oceatamodited: *ird can bo ob•
tained in good families at vory reasonable rates.
lir,%ons for self-boarding can also be procured.
The Crawford System.
Editor Agilator.—T hear it urged as
an objection to that part of the Crawford System
reeently addrited by the Ropublican party of Ti
egte Count, that - ''there is no chance for second
~ch4ic, . Persons who make this objection ought
to ;reflect that the very object of. this system is to'
delaway with all Choices exci§,pt that,made by the
pe pie themselt es. We ha:V tried the delegate
co vention system ft - good while: let us try the,
sic v system long enough to zee its defects, or nibv
a tages 'as cotaparetwith the' etliit.rnitE the&
let it be fairly submitted to the people tOr'ratili
caton or abrogation, instead of to a mass eon
ve tion of politicians as was done ten-years ago,
1 1 .
suggest as an , ;amendment to the Crawford
sy tetn, that the president of the late Convention,
wh is authorized to appoint a new Connty Com
myee for the coming year, name ono reliable,
and intelligent Republican ,in each election 'dig.'
trigt as a member of the County Cormuittee;tand
the member so appointed shall be ex-officio a
member of the Vigilance Committee of each town
ship and borough, whose duty it should bo to bring
to Wcltsboro each year the returns of the prima
ry onvontions or caucuses. The County Conven
tioto nominate candidates would then be Sim
ply a meeting of the members of the County
Coontnittee, eaelphaving with him the ' , expressed
vote of the people of his district as to nominees;
bullbut each empowered to act, for the best interests
he whole party in matters of miner impor
It c may be urged as an objection to this pro..
re, ol amendment, that
,the County ,Committeo
W41(1 he too large and unwieldy 'for. executive
puilposes, as, for instance, the conducting of a po
litica 1 campaign ;, but, this ohjeciltin could bo
thlea by the Appointment of three or five of
e r nuinhvr as4in executive committee for the
' , impose monad. Tin aye these suggestions with,
theillope that they will lie adopted, or at leant'
th.: Ilu•v will Gall eat ethers that are better.
—We cordially endorse the above, and believe
ho Republicans will sanction the system as
•gesteil. The old plan of sending delegates to .
/o the nominations, is many times unsafe to'
c. , .st (or, rather, new) politicians, and hence a
lit deal of diilsatisfiletion in the party. This
p does away with every possible eliaime of un
ness, as tho largest number of votes riOnal•
k 3 the candidate; thus leaving the voters to
to the question of nomination, instead of
igates to represent tliii people and barter
,their interests. The suggestion of " 11.
is sensible, timely, and Republican. Our cd
eial on the Crawford system 'evhs in print be
kwe r.eci ived, the above; but the two articles
;dement rather than doplieate each ether.—
, . .
-.iy are both, in order • i .---
en M.= system is fully estahltst. a,l o at
Srlt ''"-. ,w tr;
I ,. peopw wlll select the man for the office, and
y why with the miserable system of
cryvrrinthec tyfst r por,i3,9raiseno
ohj alien to any ; o placing his claims befor•
,he people, and then let the people not iadopen •
dent of " borers," and, in our opinion, the Re
publican party in this county will do . , aw.fy wilh
all family quarrels and march on, to success, and
ovelovhelming triumphs. Try it.
(Km VI LLAuE.—NVe have seen;n9 ma-
ny ( villages and cities as most men ; we have tra
velo from Minnesota to4te tropics; and wo aro
free to say that wo never raw out of the United
States, and very seldom within them, a pleasan
ter village that; our own. This is not, our testi
mony alone; nut the testirttony of those who, toi,
thelmiwtor born, may th s.nPriesed partial to the
.spot .f their nativity ; but it is the almost unit. '
've4al testimony of strangers, who, after visiting
awl becoming tamiliar . with hundreds of „Aineri
can \ Ill: get, give ours'ilio 'palm ..for quiet, rural.
beauty. Whether the crash and clang of ma
ebil lery, with the roar and shriek-of the loco Mo
rtie , are dostined to convert ne hits the usual
!few= ne.quiet conventional American 114 , 3 Die.,
4; e, to be :eel). We think nut.
Rat at present, the two brick steres _being
tby C. W. Sears, and the two others being
t it spectively by Judge Williams and M. N.
verse, tend to clutter our streets a little; but
,:., w ilt .otill bc: finished ; and the good taste
or cititens.in planting shade end ornamental
a, the public spirit and emulation which con..
striets such retidences as are riOIV beinglbuilt,
le a i or; In ihe ernelusieli - that" The 130rouglit''.,
is _ntt ring on its pahrticlst days., Seou,,tlitleem-i.
too five's-whist/': will be hearslin our strebtEcituid
the erwill he a continuous line of tail 'rote Jell.
say city to Wellshuro. Then, if la i ndlord'sippa...
eit and Ilur,l ryilT , Aferlt.o di; n'et - Preverif, we
,i, t ;,,,..I`,, „,,, it ti n s t.t:T i vov Vol:kers_ tylie - seekl
rest. fiLtel,t iis..ge, and a respite from city Claes.
in sr-d% an tile 1 hey Al 111 be good fellows; •iq't)ie '
ninth : ;00 , to put, 91,1 uillirig to ray I tiilyt h ilig'
root 'maid.: : hut knowing fl :r) I the skitminti pro-'
ee=-, as a 1N4 , 7 Vother' should. You may silitt
them etwe—that is rot their fault ; but you will
lithi 1. 11y. skit them a second time. And Itets,
wh , I.y trapped and bunted from Minnesota to
Co, trio, 00'1116 Amazon, gives it as his unbiased
opt:ion, that there is nowhere a rule pleasant
reg on for " camping out" iltanamong . 'llUi`squrs
ofl i b() A Ileghanies,litilong the !arYstal '.watdts of
the Ittprer Susquehanna. '
d,•l:t., in ..p.verrt I leontit les in the' "county, but
not r( 'll(i'ving .
, it, tz voice, Would y( u like to heftefrotu
toot, in 3ttur - rounty onewin ti while?
r•tioll , l. - 1 )oti lirtat. t kited - our playa nt some,
"r, , ,• \ 11 Inv.,. t,e( n to..l,krit of Our COUTI
to 1 1;:c. v oft Iso,l rho r t aps , tirtitif .t cuing you
tt o r too , l on imitation to ytoiriell and
la to ootot• nod teii us apt) pulite an
~01,1,,t)iii I Nuo,pulte no Vrunt.
..t la , t ibinh that wo.
0f ,,, ht lit Ho itlfige here nt the von-flu:,
I 11 v i:i , i , ..,,,i1ue and Tio'gn. riiers.
cur Loth; ‘l , •tiiiis are not being built ud .as
t a: Ile elJniti `‘ISI) to tee, but (be eutkrid of, Otis
nie, 1 ts !,card in our streets, nevertheles.i.—
„thi ng ha s been done in the way of erecting
building& but more in ituproying, raising•
land enlarging old ones. We have not as Ina
ibiuntifillicsidences as you have in your plea=
't, thriving village, but we have some ple4-
i t ) heinies. I will nanqo one, that of Mr. I. F. -
li ng , whieb has just been 'enlarged and irn
'red, at an Ex iqnso of Fevcral thousand dot
, nod o Mel) will compare fay orah)y, I think,
1 any in •Well;ltero, or in any other,fieotion of
the Weill ty. Mr. It. isill be happy; I - doubt' not,
te..11.-.w his house and litenifsea 'to 'anY'ftiends
(..il ing and desiring to see them ~Our two chin
ches— Pre3hyterinn iind lMethodlst-Lwere last
sea on replied and re.fornished v at, - an expenso
of limit $2,500 each, making th.em, 'attraefivi
an( pleasant place.; t.f. wpipliip. i jletllOpreliC!!
aro just now without pastors, but neiiber will be
so ong. The Presbyterians are able ancl..williug
to lay a liberal salary to the tight man, uhen
meet with him.
P. •Ymer has Just closed .the stieon&
with the • Methodist Chureh,• and gone to'
lerenee, not knowing: wn,gtner the power's
4 • • + As
i v? rpterrt him 0 or sena oh.
"of labor. His friends in and out of he
eh met him at his house last Wednesday.
ling. His appointed salary having been pre-
• refreshrhents prepared by the: dies of the con
gregatioin, they made him a donation of $ll2.
We have a good school. kteria has just:been
commenced by Mr. M'Olure,l3j• %teeter candy,
(assisted by Miss Emma Chaptaan,,of this Pam
•Vtit , ifeichants, meoluinies auk 'hotel keep* are
• dointa g good business, I Whim I hear nthiom
plaints' of dullness from them:y I must be per.
however, to qualify thtf adjective I have
`fie4sis` 'applied to one department of the.insi
ness of our hotel proprietors. We hive ahipad
ant evidence that, with or without lii;ease,
tenting liquors are freely sold* our commpnity.
And this leads me to remark that this question
Of license is not very. important, atihie
Whcmlieense has been granted, Re -:provisions
are' cesistantly violated, by selling to inebriates,
t ie 'minors, and on the iSabbath. The fact is, the,
temperance question le much more a ixioral ques
tiers than a legal one, and will - continuo to be so
until the people are siitHeiently,imbued with tem
perance principles to 'pall for and sustain the ne
cessary laws to abate and put down 'the liquor
traffioi Tho people of Maine rind Ma?saobusetts
have learned this fact, as we have not; perhaps.
And allow ruo to Mask you,: Mr.:'lditor, and
through your columns, the friends- of temper=
once and humanity throughouoho county, if we
have not long enough remained comparatively
inactive,: while our friends and neighbori, old
and young, all around us, are' } being, ruined by
the, intoxicating cup ? Shall'tre not arouse our
selves to act in this matter? Aid hefo allow me
to mako a suggestion', that at able 'laborer and
lecturer be employed to.apend this wh*Ole time in
'the'county for three or six Months, or' longer if
necessary, turufthat the friends of thi cause be
called together at Wellaboro to delibe4te in ref
erence to the best means of operation, and to
provide necessary fund; The amount pecessary
can, be apportioned to-the respeetivicrowna and
boroughs, where, it willgoubtless be provided.—
AG to the; best time of ihelaing each a convention,
it - Might be held during court; and yet we want ,
the'aid of the professional men of the county,
who would be occupied by theiri . several duties at'
that time. That you have men at tho county
seat, on the bench and tib
at thar, Wlio will be
ready to take hold of this work, I havano doubt.
• I howill will do so thloughopit the 'connty.—
, Possibly during the county Fair would be the
This may not be the best plan of 'oPerations.
;Let someone propose a •tetter ape. I, shall ex
'peel to hear from your contribitor "J. i E.," and
hopo to from others, up6n `this - subject in your
net Woo. -' PENN.
ORDINATION.—At the- call of the
Middiebury Baptist Chtitch, an ecclesiastical
oonnailonvened at the meeting 'house in Mid
dlhbury, to consider filo propriety of - ordaining
to the work of the Ghspel ministry, Rev. C. K.
Bunnell, who bad been called to the pastorate of
Rev. GO P. Watrous was choSen Moderator,
and E. T. l pentley clerk. After 'proper - and care•
ful examination of tho' candidate, the council re
solved to proceed witit the ordination in, the fol
lowing order: Sermon of ordinqion, by Rev. G.
P. Watrouil ; ordaining prayer and charge to the
candidate, by Rev. N. L. Reynolds ; hand of fel
lowship, by Rev. G. %P. ; charge to
the Church, by Rev. G. P. Watirous.
E. T. BErtivair,:Clerlf.
The Illustrated Christian Weekly for Auguit
26th is prpmptly at hand with a varied tableLef
contente,,thad an unusual number of fine *melt
vin.gs• The great "Central Parks' of Naw Yak
is depicted in a series of illustrations. Wle notice
the publishers aro making very liberal offertuto
sulisoribors. Let every ono take this valuable
illustrated:paper. Address, "Illustrated Chris
tian Weekly, New York.
Dr. Up Dearaff performed the new operation
for the extraction of cataract, upon two ladies,"at
the Eyo and Ear Institoe, on the 18th inst. The
operation wore witnesi4d by several physicians
from n.hr d.—Ebnira'
71 - t - i" - " ----------- T ------ ... ____
ItHIL ESTATII FOR SIMI.
TIfE lubseribere will offer for sale, the fol.
lowing desiroableoillageptoperty, in Wills.
boro. 20 town lots situated on State street, 80
lota on- Charleston street—(the Brutus .Fellows
Farm,) and the house and lot of Charles Will
lams. These lots are well situated and will be'
sold oti rea'sonable terms.
HENRY SHERWOOD & SON.
, Augusi 7a, 1571—tf •
THE tINIIIk COLIPANt
O Ithddletoiciu:S. V..and Honesdale, Pa.
IT IS- SAFE !
EACII .N/EMBER IS A -4. TOCE.IaI DER AID EA6 ONE'S PAST AND PRO.
SPECTIVE INTEREST, AS ELL AS THEIR INTEGRITY 'AND
.IIONOR, IS PLEDGED *AS;THE CAPITAL OF THE COMPANY.
• " • "'i J nnzsrmtni',;4
,BEARDS.LEE, noitiaditlo, - Penna.
d. IV. DOIJOLAS, Suit. Sot Bide R. L. I.
J. H. NORTON, Midilletown,'N. 4 Y.s.::,`
PA • -
4:167, ( 11. B. E ARDSLEE, Cou n -4
eller; a t „Law, 3
lionitgdale, Pa. I ,
lir-M4ll. NELSON, Meriliniii; - Equinunk,
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~ I- S COIr MAY, ESQ., Tab toectiM4rolitint, Port
-.; 4 , '4"efils, N. Y. • I
VOL D: C. 'DUSENBERRY, ,levee Ilan, Middle
• • t
town', N, Y. 1-7
HON.: 110riMEIi RAMSD E L pc• Pris. Erie
Rajiv : ay, Netvbiirgb, IsVry. •••••":.
0. W,'DO.CALAS, Es o, Supt. 1301411 Side R.R.
,CONSULTING PHYSICIANS. . .. ~
C. A. DIISINPEV; • • %) 0493 . ei EIW. , '
V4if .. 'afj i '
, -1 . AUDITORS.
l ITT, Mauch Ch'unlc, Pa.lllox. THOMAS.' I O9I/RGA t Reirbirgh:N. , ;x.),..
22d Setific'M Dist: Pa. ; ' County "sTild' t *.rfirtylge,F4ll474 N:T. , ,-;
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r or mmbeiti ottbiS Cotopany, the paymarits. z atliN3fnetitly.,nrce as._ , :t e wil
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DlV.—Single MembettalkajT 2 : ll , : - . 3)10
T. f., ,einiit Of 5000 m l embers each. Benefits $5,000 in a full Division, or $1 for every member
in the division at the time ef . leatb. , ,Division No. 1 includes Option:from 24 to 44,yoars ef!txe l '..
Division N0.,2 include's poreottsfrcitt 40 to 00 years of ago. Mdtifiberishili tr:100'1)104 .7U('' lliter,
dis4ion $3. AFsossment At thaidetitb 'cif a member, $l,lO. i ':.,:....-.. ii.)r, A. 13 .. v i .' ~ , -1.......1
fr .)28.,„1„..„..0.1,,„:„.,,,, „„,,i,... (
GENERA-A PIY 18101 V.—Joint 1 lerphershzps ? 1, ?.,,44.-4:. f;
1, - f : \ . •-„:-? ,-- _.4 I •,„?.- • -3, -0.1 , 1,4.?..„ t-d
fiir buibiti b and nice, —Bencillifpayatle to the surviveor. To &insist of 51100. z Ioint „Oertilletsles..
each bene fi ts $5,000 In l full vision, or SI for every certificate', itf:thitrdlvlticht - -et thejtlrae - -df-PI
death. Division No. 4, include 8 persons from 20 to 40 years of age. Division,. No. 4 Iticlndes I
Venous from 40 to 00 years of age.-- Memb rship fee to either Of thisa 'diVhdrini No,.
meet at the death of al I
~ .i . 1 , SPEOIA.r. iIIVISION.—SingIe 11lemberShipa 2 . --c , -- S -;- ,-
d. , : t+,.
Td conilsValooo men:there each . '' llonefits $5.000 in a fell division .— or $5 for every member i,
the division , at the time of death'. , ,
Division kinoludelpereon from 20 to 35 years of age.
If y l , ; ...1. ....., ~ a 86 fl 60 ft Is Ai
• ; I.'L. P 't
• i 6 Ctj t 4, •--- o y,, g o ugo f . I, 11
Menibership fee to either of the 4 divisions, $l5. Assessments on the d e ath o f (i mem
. _ .___.
.11 l' ' r
REMEMBER THE MEMRERSHIP FEE, IS ONLY PAID'4,,,jO CV t i RA
„WA Wu Y OU ONLY PATIVIIAT MORTALITY RAPER I, k 4 IX 4,
.., ..„.. ACTUAL CO ST:2 .N`Q.ANNUAL DUES caittGE . . ---, -- -
'ln 'tkis. giiipany , and •this'Plan the Poorest Itiouri?iilynilit &vide , ,
k 4, ... . ,
; eteno for his ,Famil.y . .
iteliabli insurance qatieticsmseit the fact that out of every 1000 sound, healtAVpitriast.W
tweela 04i:tate years of age, 444., dierer;llll . l! lor 8 on-an average die ;each, year. and thie holds
,g0p,41 rougli4ut all these yearsc- rrherefore; for every 1,400 Members of the Union . Ibtaitrrr
Dolma Y, in a division of whiclivcra were a member, you would )ie assessid..7orlAiates itieue
~ . 1- .---,
i ,- .1 4 r., t t t ~ :.,4 • E',0A......
„, . .
WOULD t LIFE INSURAXEgomPANY INSURE,YOU FOR A THOU—
SAND POI,' A.RS FOIL - E DOLLARS AND 1
NIORTY- 1 VI cENTS2s- --
.0' U , ..... tx. rd..'
No, utisoutid or unhealthy poisons received as members. Divllions are all filling vapidly.
” 6.,WaEiet I ,'
G. W. LaNON. i ~ WHEELEic divAkltiOAllii'.':: l7 hr'
- L.,'. I General Agents for iitfOtot t k, Itallsbort, Pa.
4,, A, CURR,TE, M. D
Bow. GEO. R. BARR
t . rrpOidpnt Judg
I X" - C; become a womb
Office with Wm. A. 6
property against fire, y
cerefl Ae - 1 of legislature of Pennsylvania.
TIS RELUBTE I IT IS CHEAP I BETTER THAN
SUR4NP4I AND FOUR TIMES CHEAPER I
i f. • •
In - c,otjpoirated. Chal•fei"iPerpettitil.-
ritual Co., upon the Co-operealfv& Pori 1
Otice r;! of the Conni.any-;);;:-....",.5
, Middjetown, /sTl]. Y
tone, in Wright t Bailey's block. At the same office you can insure your
'our horses and cattle aghast death and theft. Rates low and Companies
GLASSIIIIIE—At Manchester Farpie 'Aug. Oth,
Edith Caroline, daughter of N. M. and G. V.
Glasesnire, age one year, two months and seven
days. ; •
Four darling Birdieb,
Escaping from one neat,
Have flown, with angel pinions,
I To the Redeemer's breast.
And oh, how sadly mournful,
TO' sit, liiiittitaidhil '
Vet Death rintooke the portal
• That leads to blies on high.
WILSON—Tn this village on Friday the 111 h
inst., Mrs Zeriah Wilson, avIll.1•1) 111 TN• 1 1 11
papers please copy. ti
Bpg S COLLEINESGE,
A_lnstitution to prepare young men for BEM..
L 'hien. The graduate. o 4 V Coilge are
filling comman*le - pkVVoijil , #:4 M
nearly every '
For oirdulars, containing full particular., Spec
imen. of Writing, College Bank Bill., Pen Draw
ing, so., enolose ten cents, and address
A. J. WARNER, Principal
Elmira, N. Y.
August 2S, 1871-6 m
New Jewelry Store.
mHE Undersigned would respeotfullY say to
, 1 the citizens o(meHaboro,,aadgioinity,, that
he has opened . a;`, l ,
in the building recently occupied by C. L. Will
cox. His stook oomprlsos a full assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED-WARE.
B. D. WARRINER, ono of the best workmen
in Northern Pennsylvania, will.attand to the
REPAIRING OF wtkircaggi
For the skillful doing of which his seventeen
years practical experionco is sufficient guarantee.
8. B. WARRNER.
Wellsboro; Aug 23, 1811—tf.
A Great Musical Treateotaing, L •
UNDER THE 'AUSPICES OE TRH TIERNAN SOCIETY.
y AST appearance bore prior to their depar
ture for Europe, of the ALLEOJIANIANS,
(organised 24 years ago.)
At Bowen & Cone'e 30.
New Son got New Duets! New 'Quartettes'
New Pieces on the Swiss Bolls ! •
THE ALLSGHANIANS, whose name has be
come the "Household word" of the musio-loving
people of all nations, and wnose continuous trav
els have extended to all parts of the civilized
globe, will appear in their New Incomparable
Programme, as above.
ENO POSTPONEMENT ON ACCOUNT OP
Owing to other engagements,they can remain
positively TWO NIGHTS ONLY.! ' •
Their Repertoire embraces a choicee — collection
of Vocal Eldartattos, arranged in their own• pe
culiar et l o; also, a variety of the sweetest Eng
lish, Irisb, Scotch, German and Spanish Ballads
extant; humorous Songs, Duets, &0., Arias,
Cavatinas altd Scenes, from works of the most
popular Italian andi/gnneh pakters'A .. In znddi-r.:
tion to their usual nhoidifielentions of-V - 00014u=
'sic, they will play several-Owns on the SWISS
During their great tour around the globe:the
Concerts of the ALLEGHANIANI3 wore honor
ed by the attendanoe of hundreds of thotwands
of delighted listeners—Kings, Queens, - Schism
and the most distinguished mon of the age pat
ronized their entertainments, and lavishcid ripbll
them tho moat flattering dotnopetratione :oft ap.
Tho Bolls usedfbyr thO,AlloghanlaneWereman
ufaotured id Switserinad, expressly for them,
during their late,visit to, Europe., Adpjoeiort---
60 cents. fl
o'clock. D. G. WALDRON, Manager. Geo. Q.
HIIRLDURT, Agent. ; c -
Reserve seats FUlty Biciiiitia
Book-store, without extra charge.
Aug 23, 1871-2 t.
Cot„ D. C. DfFSENBERR I MiddIetEnt!,, N. Y,
M.-LEWIS CLARK, Middletown, N. Y.
J. B. NORTON, Esq., of BrankliiPPiintinitfo;;
GRINNELL B yt URVEriI l i Preit. Warwick Val
ley R. ,W- a rwicik,4,1„.Y......
JAS.. B. HUM E, Esq., Pros.
tional Bank, Middle Own,. , .
JOSHUA DRIPER, M. PO:A Oteddpicifivn i
Saving Bank, Middlet own,
ELISIIA P. fiEtEk4B,l.Nrin.i . Vinoi.Prod.)
land Railway. Middlotown, , N. ,).
D. C. WINFIELD, -M4A., Ez,pounty Clerki _
ange COnnty, Middletown, 2,1. i , i
M. LEWIS CLARK, Eon, Middletown, N. :11.•
, .• :
TrJECEF giiiiCCriiii ttiigtr diattiitilinait
. : . I
PUANE TAM: NOTION, th at lam now recolvlag diOrat ' fr ciaa Nevi ToTiti • a full Mid
.00mplii amorimett of : . 1 i
: 1 4 -
"floods, Notions, 490 ,5114000, . 1 ,
Hats and ' Mips,
i‘.ll • t. ; , • ,
uroexery, Clothe. and ,Clothing, .Mtes, n
broideea And White
Gonda, &c., dcd.,"
D. D. D.
~ .. ' , : .. ,, tt: . , i , , " 1 - • t. ,
are unusually full, 'which I propose to sell at the verYAdwast prioe• tor Gash. I hank Wadi
long apd qb 4 time , eretlliA, and Arid It; does not pay me or -my 'Guthman.' ' Hereafter, roar
i TIVBLY 1 9 BOOM, APOOPIIItriVILL BE REPT,
.r/o do not ask for, credit.
1 .1 4 iL i , )
I ain a a laira 'how * Ooodiand not o ff ended if you do not buy.;, So do act be afraid
to dome and !!loo k. All goods marked in plain figures. One man's money is as good as smoth
ers. So only one price. [Please remember, you pay only for what you buy—no bad debts to
July 20, 1871
IC % " ' 6 " i '" "'" , >;'' . a ,••• Wi t'
' I )4. -
IR -- 11 RO AD ,-..' ' • ,-,
• — , ,r,-..111NG-'- ,
N i i ,
The track is laid, and the Cara are rannlng fo the long bridge which
they are putting up across the stream near Tioga, but it would take a
great, deal, longerAiputi thanAhat to I?ridge tho‘ continually inbroaeing
this place twall th
have a first-rate s
Vogul July 8, 1871.
JUST 'RECEIVED AT iikiTglvs,
DRY GOODS EMPoRiUM.
1Q dozen:44oA tip: prices $l.OO to $25. ~.. ~; , • '
'' ' : '' , s dozen' Pataar at 'priceS' front t 0.55,00- ••': 1 ' • . 1
20 pieces white Dress Goods, wel adapted to - this season, at prices
=. from 15 cents per yard to 6 shillings.:-
.'ir'.• ,-' -:
,'--. - . ,---
25 pie r ces new and popular Dress Goods, some ..4 WhiC h hang not been `be:
- Yo . re qffered in this market, at prices from 25040.41, Per...yard s
- 5 pieces Blade Silks, at prigs from •:$1 tci!..cg t . per yard
'. :,10 pieces .SlaCk.AlpaCcis,' at prices from , 2a6d to11;00ioi yard: . •
100 'dozen Ladics' i , Calm} .1.10.9c,,,gt prices fr i nt 10C to Os per pair. ._
25 dozen Ladies' Linen .t.tandkerchiefs a ' rifts !ram Ac- to ,7549 , :.
..,.:, An. endles.ixario pf.Rik4ons,,Laeis,- , broiderielt,.
And aliO a full and complete stk.; 'ot,'Pr: bits • Gin:4lLepit
4 , t 0 ,
, : i.
,! ~ E . 4 4; .
far: l ,qp De . ,,, , n_ cr „ er intes,„ i .,7li_, c „ kings, - i t.._s/I
,iin....q:ii la (, pricis to. Mii
, ? '''-' '• ' ' the trade.- -' • ' ' • -
JULY 5, 1871.
,-„%L.AnAmmense , :.:t&ek of the
'New Dry Cr
-J UST RECEIVED, All' ,
• z 4, `
1 . „ 4
(Baoho's old filand) Main Street, We
• •' • •,. -t" r-% ''• • , - 1 'rt 1 tii:r, i• gel
,-.. ', ''••• ca, •r•c....:,•! . . - i t . :: .;!,: 1v.4r.,1 :.....; 1p •c..4.g , ..1 „Lir,
:, 'I; :,GODOSar,taN 17i1at5,..,
„,!,. ,:...,,,,,• .if,..:.,it .
,„,;4,•„,.,„,„,,.„., ..„.4; ~,..,„". ,
DOMESTIC GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, 1911
. ; , ,B.RO 11 1„4 4 D SHOES SPEC!!
,VATS AND DAPS;
i •, ( ,
rr AND A PULL STOOK. OP
• to, rif; fiz
49 31 5 1 ,:1?aP il 4:244L.C°C.1
The Highest .111arketiliee'petitifi r
.A 9;• t --:-
I #-May 11, 1871 v-,
• , _ d ',
- , .4", ---rt - • , 1 9 fial ~ I
''''':! . ..;..--," , :i ; ',." . :-" -: • 7 0,. , ' • , --,. i '? • 11l I'e. .
I L -ksl ir . I.A
ea _ ....-..,,i,....: ~;-•,,,i 11s .
t , fs, t t c)re
e 41);_k• ' . - 1
, il, 4 . .;.' t : ,7,:l 4 ki t i t c,iii i i iir i i -- ~,,... ; i
4 ' 4 ''' ' 'Atie ~, ,I, ,
_:,--..,, .11 -`1 . . 1;:e i l ill 't ..: I 1
loirei 4r 4 ;Al''' ' '''slitOrtteAte D
h 4 _,..,.,,,, ~, s ;Goads ry(i , . .
, 'vim Arte ,4 *'t ••• i -, 1/1 - ;
~:z"4.' :e D.f : ''.ll ' . /
;‘ ‘ .ylit O lit W Iti 11/taa 'rimy obeaP
i.4LADIES! ':' A ~•J..,,,,1,- r'* ,;' r , ~
t:o- sf ,
WHITE I PIQUE
.U, •8NT0k4,7 HIND ; 1 ; ~ , .r
51.- „ 411.40TH5:
AND OASSIMER Es,
•' „LINEN GOODS,' '' - ' ' ” • POPLINb,•I • WIII'rE.GOODS, .
,-; ,sA,, , .:. ~ t.. ~, . glovesi Hoag)", Itillt.Oonds atiA•N`oifqni.i. ~" ' ' l ' l ' - '
....1 r,..i.h. , .(, tli ~, , i • Ipii..? ~. t 1 ~- .. ~ 1 1e.'yb141`' , : ,L., .1 us th
.ill s ~ ,
1, t of e 1 '0(1 , ,--, • •
),.1 i) % , , f'S. 1 f 111‘ 1 ff. '
ugai, Soap, abteco., , 15,yrup, ) : Mee 1 . Saleratuti,
Coffee, Tea, , , ...,_ .1 X , .r. , ... ..I. • ;
° en 't °all * i gAsh• 1 ,Viour• .
Hate - & Cilia Soots &Shoes, Rubbers, Crock° y, WoOdeti Wtiti, &c.
I / N
~. s' ef,
; _ g- ~. Cash Paid fski Buv Elk, qr shipped on otnmission.
Plisse *all' 4
and Wok our Stook over. )AL - 1111 always Suns ready and willing to show
1 ~,<"'-. I` , -_, • ..
...4,1 Wellehozo, , Blay. 10; 1871; , =-1y. : I. R. 'BARKER.
Ii . .
- ' ---,-. i , ) 3 ! aPell WiidOW i r t
.ra 1 4 0 h Bord 0, co de, Tan ip o
t"des 914 ' , ktain l / 4 100) tirindovi 1 re ,
iituree,"Pietnie Frames, Picture Glass, and
(Wag gme,F, pirti do,Rormary to, betatifyiHmt l i
l'Ar-laigdit,ithietinieni of &alai Of go ods ever
brought into Tioga county. Call at gar NEW
STORE N 0.,, Smith &,Eare4ll,oo3l".
s' , May4Wiiifit 3 Kiiii*iiiiiiikei
tit 75 4 200 0. 1110 4 1 L TOO Sniti
1.144 : ,) ,, ,na,5t 1B •
Y FRED MART:LAST, Hilo, opposite the
Aug 9, 1871-Im,
1$ 4 '
DISSOLIITION.—The co-partnership here- I
Wore existing under.tbe name of Trn
man Brothers, was dissolved July M 0,1871. by l
mutual consent. • L. F. TRUMAN.
A. A. TRUMAN.
To look at the new
en they .have more `tizne, th e
it old = eutitomerS,' together
, k of Goods at bottom price
AM .t FARR.
e ' '•
Ready - Made Clo
The patronage of she public ss
k 4.4 7 .
„.i. . ~ .t 1 1 .:.
.> ` •
~...::11- . 1?,', -.44•D
u , will pat in a notice in
Tith the new, that they
. `• 14E::
' i ,
910 1 . '• '„ ,
C. 0. MA.THERS
l 1 .1
I ) P I NNBYLVANIA '
U i Sfotel NoTpua Sohopl., , i ~
1 . ;.. 40101riiiiD. t'l W Oil AI /4;4 t 4
1-p ig rfill tiral ;rill 001XiMen00 W 0 ti 1410410 ,
' Anil , 471.
For Catalogue or admlti4lOu ei4:4l3Ptii' obatioa
.R. 5.13. IL VERRILL; A M.
July 5,18742 m.
' i [
rIIOLISHUD oli ii . '4aiptoilit3'foo i;onoll t of .
$ 1 *7. , :ii•t och i e rig t
tzikno 1 6 , - 4z pr.
b, ~,e„ 4 ootell Ithotot stud - lona - rho on
t ' v - 1 1 P05t.44.434ine.104 6 .13,04 0 3. -.
Ad rose. NTAIII/LIWATtAIS. Bro 6l tii ti.,ILIY. it
ii i etri l fikt " : :,,
~', , t: ) i V.t.i c
.'. i ii
4G.a.,. ,, .:. • - -
7b Farmers and Stock Raisers.
rrHOROOGH MID, pure blood, Ohio im
proved Chester White pigs (stock brought
from Ohio) for sale at Covington, by
111 . I
i'v ~ ~'
~ ~ ~r~
f, EW FIRM
A. M. Ingham & Co:,
T-4" pleasure in announoing to the oliisens
of Wellaboto and vicinity that theyi have
purchased the entire stook - •
formerly owned by P. B. Williams, and are ad
ding to the stook a fine line of. Goods, consist
Pare .rateq , Medioines, Yankee
Arotione, Piti7llll. Varnishes,, '
hruBhas,_Parini • ' t
• , Paint Brushes,
and in faot"OvOiythlig usually kept in a first
class Drug 'Mote In the line of
Wall Paper. Wiplow hades and Mx:areal
we cannot be undersold. Call and examine
Goode and prince before purchasing elsewhere.
3 Particular attention paid to Physioians Prescrip
tient, and compounded at all hours.
Tholpatronago of thO public is solioitodl-
A M. 'NanAm
May 4, 18Y1.
- • Sill '& - squires,
''T, IVROLEBALE DEALERS IN
-Fa ign It Domestic Liquors
• Agnats for Fine Old Whiskies,
• CYRI3B D: ElitL;l
G. N. SQuinEs, f CORNING, N. Y.
' May 17, 1871. . '
Every . Year increases the popularity
,of thiS: valuable Hair Preparation;
'whiehiiS due to merit alone. We'can
as,snre our old 'patrons that it is, kept
fully - up to it 4 high standard; aad it
is the l ouly reliable and perfected prep
aration for restoring .434.AY OR FADER
HAAR to its youthful color; making it
raro,s lustrous, .04, silken. The scalp,
iii becoMes white and clean.
.It removes all eruptions and dandruff,
and, by its tonic properties, prevents
t hail:from falling 'out, as it 'stimu
- rates and nourishes the hair-glands.
By, its use, the hair grows thicker and
,"stfo.ager. In baldness,, it restores the
. capillarrglands to theit• normal vigor,
\, , arid will lareate h new grrowth, Except
in extrethe old ap. It is the most
economie4l HAIR PRESSING ever used,
requires fewer applications, 'and
the 'hair 6.."SPlendid, glossy tip
pear nice._ A. A. Hayes., hLD,, State
Assayer of Massachusetts, says; "The
„eppstitments are pure, and carefully
, selected for excellent uality ; and I.
~ c onsider 'it the BEST PREPARATION
tar itaintended-purposeS - ." " •
Sold by all Druggists, and Dealers in Medicines.
Price One Doilar.
FOR THE WaISKERS.
• As our Renewer in many cases re
quires too long a time, and too much
ca 4, to restore gray or faded Whisk
ers,, we- have prepared: this dye, in one
ijriparation; which will quickly and
effectually ccomplish this result. It
is easily api lied, and produces' a color
which will leither nib nor wash off.
Sold by al Druggists. Price Fifty
Man** ed by R. P. HALL & 00.,
Oo'3 0 r-1 C 3 0 4 0 6 0 .
i IA C-.. ,•-•4 c• co 03 , tll , oa CC) B co soi
co io uo co co co_ co t- 0 ecia.
i. , c ; CD '.4 ri ,: - cc x- - C ca 6 tz, w F 7, C
es L 0 r- M-4 ::: ErB .4.1 e. vz
tri ,O. ~ _ • :,,,.. I,‘ ~ . '.O ~.....
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0 ' : b : • : : 2 W.'-
• 4:1 C- ) 0
Oi 401 4 • ;at it
cori- • ° ta4 Pi--- , -• 0 'P' 4
'• i *a ,b 3 c) .OI 733 0 2
at t .t 4 $•.:; . -
In- k, 0. -in • iz , 2, 0 s .5. , ,3 p, .r o , 0 4
',in c,.. ~..- ~, , ig i , ,,,„ —, „ z ,
dd 'Pli pN 4 .' 42 EI 0 a -41 -0 4•P4 Q
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0 1.1 2. 3 ',6• cc. 0 o 7.: K j i:', r. .-. ,-,
lig "ell cl
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= t) .
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Pi P-4 P 4 "q 4-4 q' fr, P E-t 2.5,
VWIIO , I INTS TO BEY
RA HOUSE AND' VOT in Wellsboro I' Or a
desirable lot? 'Or a fartiivithintwenty fo
Minutes walk 'of IN ellsbote, I.AoW, for sale, 01
on reasonable terms, the property : ri
A well finisited, new two story dwelling house. P
containing -ton good rooms ; - :Witlx la bolt acil l o
lot, good barn, good will of water; and every P
)ray desirable as a rosidence. London, corner
of Walnut and Monde sefiets, , licijoining the
Clymer grounds. • „, •
And a desirable farm ' , in belinar, oontaining
105 acres (known as the Whelatt lot) Said
farm cow priseS a 20 tore meadow - newly Seeded, a,
about 80 acres' of excellent timber, consisting t f
ash, hickory...olp, basswood, whitewood and item
look: • The farm is well watered; and abuts on
two roads—the new Stony ,I?ork road and the
road leading from' , Sanibel' Dit Itinsou'ii to Wm.
Eberens's piece. ' All of reasonablo terms. In
quire of WILL TAM CA 111101.1.
Wellsboro. Juned7; 18711 tf
. Fire ; Life, -Horse and Cattle
Insurance .Agency ;
RTES luwes'A °liable. Ily
t• in ouring in thellationai Life of U.S. at your
death yikiit heirs will receive the polio. spepified,
together with ell • p remiums paid. hence. the
poet for - insurance no mote, nor lons 'that the
intercst utiori your annual promiunas.
Bute.r. W HE/MRII. r , r r
'OEO W. LANGAN. J
•, WQSDIIEh'k LANGAN.
Office with Win:4 Stone.; •
P7elleboro, July • '•
HE ea" 0N 1 V3140 1 2421ita tl
le 04 1 13 y eontraot.of the work on the',
Gown eliquet gauge,: from]
'Y'atirrehil • Illy to s Elliland, ‘bbi)i A t twelve miles.!
takir iieitiiiree of , the secretary of
Me itompa Y, in A i rif d"i'iMnitylvania; on 71%Ss?
day Septa' Vet 6tii?, /.
• 'Speelfle ' ens ott(f*iiin,iittis,or:
toe seedy of - exitinlooo,iit„iti, the - °Clot Af the
President of the; diiikiip3;- , Eyflinia,•and
(he; bireti Of 'the the;
rook`C Con Conimny in
Corning N. y. by Friday August 25th, 1871 ;
and the line 0f,11.e roid will also be ready to ex
amine at the same time.
O. L. Parrzeon./ Joel. PannuußST.
, INGHAM •dr. CO
NO. I. MITCHELL, Art,
Issues Polll s in firet•olnog Conipaniee atm
will leant Insurance
Jan. 4, 18
'The IJheapest Place in the State
For photographs! •
O CARDS for 60 cents,. Large Oahu's') and
.1. -frames for $l. Old &tures copied, on
larged and finished in the finest style. New
style frames and everything kept in a gallery on
hand, or furnished to order.
TU E LOWEST PRICES AND THE
Rooms over Gardner's grooew store.
Fes 1 1871 tf Weßebore, P
MANHOOD : HOW LOST, HOW RES 18.-
ED. Just published by DR. LEWIS', 256
pages, Third Edition. THE MEDICAL 00 -
PANION AND GUIDE TO HEALTH, on e
radical cure of Spormatoracoa, ot Seminal We -
nese, Involuntary Seminal Lodses, Impotency,
Mental and Physical Ineapaoity, Impediments to
Marriage, etc., and the Venereal end 43yphilitio
Maladies; with plain and clear, directions for the
speedy care of Secondary Symptoms, Qonorrhma,
Gloats, Strietures, and all diseases of the skin,
each as Scurvy, Scrofula, Ulcers, Boils, Blotches
and Pimples on the face and body. Consumption,
,Epilepsy, and Fite, induced by self-indulgence
for sexual extravagance.
The celebrated author, in this admirable Trea-
Mee, clearly demonstrates, from a forty years'
succeisful practice, that the alarming cense
!gamic° of self abuse may be radically! cured;
Ipointillg out a mode of cure at once simple, m
it'ain' nd effectual, by means of whiolt every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may be,
'can be effectually cured, cheaply, privately, and
ARP-This Book should be in the hands of ee
ry youth, and every man indult land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope. Price 50
cents. Address, DR. LEWIS, No. 7 .Beach St,
ew York. . .
March, 8 1871.-Bm. '
Valuable , Toivn Property
HE subscriber offers for stile the following
property, viz : 20 Village lots situated} on
. tato Street, 4 lots situated near Sheridan- et., 9
ores of hind near the cemetery. ,This property
ill be' sold at moderate prices and time given;
leo the house and lot of Chas. Williams, near
t to M.r . R. Church.' The subscriber is also agent
r the Noritr Carolina Land Company. Par.
t es desiring to visit that section oan get Dail
r ad tickots at reduced prices, and'also valuable
1 formation In' reference to the Company from
May 10, 1871-tf. W. SHERWOOD.
Photograph Gallery !
1/ ay I
'HOUGHTON, ORR & CO.,
STONY, FORK, /lA.
*annfooturors lof I of
Platform Spring,.Truok and
LEIGHS AND 808 'SLEDS.
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We are prepare d to do anything in wir line
n e l hort notice and in the best manner. Otitis.
act en e
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ASTINS P9DEs, Agte, Welleboro;
S ony Fork, April 5, 1871
AVE you pied the latest, and gTeriiest:tned
teal discovery of the age?
Ir. M. L. Bacons Magic Pain
cols colds, diptberia, cramps and pales in
no istoinefh, indigestion, I diarrhea, dysentery,
umular complaints, eholtira morbus, cholera,
0.4 as by magic. As , an external application
)0 fiosthites,.ohilblains, - sprains, bruises,'fol
na,l4rhentantititn, sick headaohe, toothache, nen.
algid, pains in ,the. aide,: aok • and loins, in a
ractioe of Fix years, it. as been found to bo
ecend to no prepfiratiOn over, offered' to the
The proprietor of this medicine feels warren
ad in guaranteeing into b y e the best remedy for
ha hbove diseases in the Market.
'Manufaetured and put up only by - Dr. M. L.
tenon, Yilossbarg. Pa.
wholesale agents—llallett, Soarer do Burbank,
199 ,Chamber seep . et. New York ; W. D. Terbell
Qt CO., Corning, .Y. . July 12,11 ly
- 4 g A - -- - -TO Vous El- MEN'
Jut Publ (440, in 0 Sealed Ednekpe. Price frx cods .
A iseeture on the N attne b areatment and
liaditail Cure of Sperma torrhoM, or-Sem fuel Weaknos 8 t
Involuntary Foliations. Sexual Debility, and' Iropedi
remoe to,Marriage genet ally ; liervousnese, Consump
tion lEpilepsy, and Fits ; Mental and Physical Inca.
pacit,y, resulting from fielf•Abnso,ac.,-.lly ROBERT J.
OUL'VERWEIdIui Al D , Author of the •"Oroeu Book,"
Tha world ronmened author, in this admirable Lec
tate; clearly prose i from hie own experience that the
awful consequenoe of Self•Abuse . ;may bo effectually,
ronioStid without Medlchws, and without dangerous
liergiesl V ., pkratiousi boggles, it:min:l:tents, rings, or
cordials, !whiting out a mode of cure at once certain
and l'il , ctual by which every sufferer, no matter' hat
' hit cbatiltlati nay be. Masirure himself cheaply, int
vote y , alai rad, oily.; TIT IS LECTURE WILL PROVE
'A 0 ON TO TN BEANO S AND TIIOIII3ANDS.
pa a, under acid, to,apy address, in a Plaiii' iwalod
fr ,4, 1 ,,,,, „ u tha receipt of nix cants, '9r two tostatja
atampo, Also • Or. Cu !eel ell's'W ‘,slarrlage elyilio,"
, 014. mi
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Addreas the' Publishers ' ,
~ 1 , ' 1 MIAS. J. 0.,1(1.111P. tlt OW,.
;-, AT? firoadwity. New York .Pinit!Ofilce Box, 4,688.
• - .la ) .:. 1811-Iy.
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' ' , steal Estate For Sale.
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N tiOu,pa It 4.ND' LOT. on State !treat, en-
I timely, now, ailished 'tuicely throughout
' ottitge stylo.;, Terme easy.
Ono letup Otatesiyeet, upon which a banes
Is Wittig biallt...t ' . ,
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Ten lino ek, :31"edder aiiet.'t'. l - ' • -
• PAUit:.hundrecl aerosol' tirtilttor land in Delmar.
3 4,lro*...i.ppleiidid dalry`farm- in . Dolmari` con
' lainin'ellls inti•es. Inquire of
Jtino 21, 1 7 l tf WRIGHT /6 BAILEY.
NlEiw PLANO SPREADS for sale at Grken.
er's branch store. opposite the Cone Houte-,
trom '4.50' to Vb. Also A 1:1'10 e .
JNO. I. MITOIIELIr