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TIOGA COUNTY EITATO
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2.0, 1871.
Aeeignee's Notice-0. 11. Seymour.
PC At. 80016t7-J. 0. MOlll p.
Sxoeutore Notice—Breweter and Niles;
Auction Salo—E. Wakeman
NormEL—Dr. CLARK writes us t
ho will bo at the CONE HOUSE, WELLSEO
MONDAY and TUESDAY, - SE . P,R. it and
ISM—neg. 9-4 w. 1)
LARGE YIELD.—Mr. Richard Loun
bury of thIS village, raised from one potato
early Rose,) 145, which weighed 43 pounds.
this yield, all were of good aize.
RELrGious.—the Susquehanna A
:ociation of Congregational Churches will in:
at the Brick Church in Knoxville, Tuesday a
Wednesday, Sept. 15th and 6th, 1571.
FANCY ODOM—Foley has just r
ceived an endless lot of fancy Jewelry. Go a
take a look through the stook and get - the tlri
BRIEFS. — •
_F r uit scarce in this locality.
—Lots of poor whisky drank in this village.
—our streets aro thronged with cattle.
—The Allegtutnians sing two nights this wee
An old baoli9lor compares life to a shirt•bn
tun, because It so often hangs by a thread. •
—The man who works with a will—the Pr.
COUNTY FAIR.--An adjourned meet-
ing of the• Executive ComMittee of the Tioga
county Agricultural Society will be held at the of
fice of J. 13. Niles, - Esq., on Saturday the 2d day
of September next, at 2P. M: A full attendance
of the committee is earnestly requested.-
J. B. Porvan, Beey.
THANKS.—A friend at court, who is
proverbial in expounding tho doctrines; has otr
thanks for very nice mess of well cultivated
corn ;—snot the kind attends the circus.
KILLED.-A dispatch was received at
Blushing, Monday morning at 8 o'olook, stating
that Henry, son of L. H. Shattuck, was killed by
a collision of trains near Boston, and that hil
body was on the way home. '
U. B. HOTEL, 13LOSSBURG, PA.—OD t,
would speak of wood hotel almost as.he
of his own home. Where, else cari.a man take so
much real comfort on a journey, as at an in
well kept? Travelers will recollect si . good,hote4
and those who have stopped at the above Wi4
agree with us in saying that Mr. C. W. Whited
is a genial, wide-awake, and attentive.landlor4
Everything is done for the comfort of guosts.-1,
When visiting Blom, just drop in and try thiti
1. 0. 0. T.—Through the untiring
efforts of Mr. R. Logan, Jr., the Arnot Lodge
Good Tempters was organized in Feb. last
about 15 members, and to the present•date, Ang
21, it numbers 100.
, The newly elected officer:
aro as follows :
W. C. Cameron; W. V. T.„lt..Rioardson
W. S., ROA Fonwiek ; W. F. S., t Login
W. T., Maggio R. Logan; W. C., Mathew Blair
W. M., A. Thrimpson ; I. G.;_Carri. Read ; 0. S.
Do not forgetthat. the Alleghantan:.l
sing at Bowen and Cone's ball on Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings of this week.
Miss Flora Stoddax:4, will_ attend ton!!
who may favor her with a call in the dreis taaH
king and fitting line, either at ,her residence, on
Main street, or at the residences of her patrons.
Gallinaceons competition isirt ori:Mr.l
Mr. I. G. George has laid an egg on our table,l
which measures 8 inches in eiroumferencd,one
way, by 6i the other. Cackle and stand baCk.
Ouit SCEIOOL.—We are glad to kti ovvj
that our High School has acquired such.ari en-
viable reputation for Imparting stiperior inatrao•
tion in the modern languages, and that
clailses are called for in rho French and derinanj
classics. It is not every 13 °boo) that ean'eenCitst
Professors to Europe for two years'study.
If any persons wish to complete' their:educe.)
tion by an adulan'cod course in "the languages,;
painting, or musio, Weiisboro is the plane
THE BL.F r SSED RAIN.--It came at last.
The pastures wore getting brown,, corn' wast
" curilug" badly, the streams had sunk to exlgn
ens pools, wherein-perishing fish sought in -gain:
to evade the kingfishers and prows that plaited"!
them up leisurely, and vines wore dying in the'
garden. Roads Were traceable for miles: away;
by the misty, golden line of suffocating dust than
hung above them.
Then came the heavy "thunder beads' id thet
southwest, with the low rwuble that precedes:al
thunder storm in the mountains; and we turnedi,
in by a little after dark, just where, we could lie
and witch the vivid lighting up, and the, sudden
darkening of a Wooded landscape in ar noottirnal•
thunder Moroi.- It is a grand eight—far grantjerv,
than a atovm at sea,—and we watched it for
hours, with that• luxurious sense of safety; and
sresturo comfort , with which a man—safe and
Tram in bed—May contemplate such a Vann:
—and Awns superb. - •
The wind [Row ti,gale, the rain came' ilciifn iu
torrents, and wehave seldom seen broader, bright
er, more vivid sheets of lighthing ;' while4he
diunder, though' not as heavy as we havwheird,
was very fine in tone, and estmedingty"
Ou the whole, wo know of nothing in the way
bight•soeing better worth attention than a
thunder storm at night among our mountains. ---
P• S. Although we had a, free ticket to the ex
hibition, we trust the above puts• will not be at
tributed to mercenary motives.
THE HEN Brz.—With the . exception
~ 1 same high priced seeds—say Hungarian grass
seed, Poland oats,- etc.—we know of nothing on
which gentlemen of bucolic) tastes get more beau,.
tifully humbugged than cooks and hens. 11. et us
sill it the biddy trade, for short. We will not
dodge, or got On our dignity, in this matter. 'We
had the " hen\ fever," once on a time—when Hoe.
Burnham (may Satan Azinfound him) was did
dling the country with'Shangtiai eggs at six dot
lard per dozen, and " obiekena" ,at fiteen dollais
the pair. The best thing a out the fowls was A
tendency tb die young; and the only good point
about the eggs was, that the seldom hatched.—
We have given our experienoe in o, preview', ki
tide on the Shanghai, sad 4011 not repeat it fur
ther than to say that, of ap, emoted, font r ls, the
Shanghai is the most unpre4table.
The Brahmas are more endurable, hotter lay
ers, and more eatable; also, being more active,
they are more mischievous, and aro not prelim
-hie. Neither of these is equal - to the common
Dominique, for profit_ Wo tried the Ilambergeil
and did not like them. They are no way supe
rior to the common dunghill fowl. We liked the
" games" better than either of the above ; but the
young cooks would demolish each other elniestas•
soon as weaned. They are, hosteler, the nobility
of the barnyard. No hawk con eke a chicken
f rom a game `}ten, If she bare a fair chance to
meet and fight MM. When the cock calls his
harem about-him pn finding food, he does not
peck them and, gobble the feed himself, but slope
hunk while they eat, and stands guard like a
prize fighter. Re is a tyrant to his eons when
they approach the age of puberty, _however, and
often kills them. A cross between the gray game
and the Hamburg ts almost without fault, and
will give more valuable fowls thin the dark Drab
etas, for which a Now York breeder receiyed $3OO
per' trio, (a cock and two hens.) A eresslietween
the game and a good etrain• of Derniniqnes iA
ahout as good; but the most profitable fowl of
all for eggs, is the Sobright Bantam. The eggs,
with, us, have been nearly of a site with those of
the Hamburg, while the earn that keeps one
Hamburg will just keep two Dentures. Then,
they commenee laying about two months younger
than the Homburgs, and are exceedingly hardy
eed tame. Bat there is the objection to them,
that when you want chickens for the table, there
is little of theM.
Prom eattmates that we made, and which arq
tot far wrong to the way of comparison, we place
the cost of eggs per dozen about at the following
Buff Cochin or Shangbil r ..,.. 50 °data'
Brahma • 8b "
those and Doiniublue ,20 "
Hamburg 22 "
Sehright 13antum ...... 8 to 10
Best fowls for the table, games • next. best,
Beralniques and Hamburgs. Largest ' eggs, game
14 4 Shanghai ; sinalleet, Hamburg andHebright.
The Sebrighta are inferior to none in the quality
GI nub, but will only weigh from 18 to 20 cm;
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respect to our soli: rid departmentiv 'Of 'Study,' do
cheerfully and warmly, recommend,oul a most
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eficial in:teen's& 'lt is a' successful attempt to
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Dear consider o ~E oyolopediaX
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vested. The work ought to be in the 'bands off'
every .teacher, and found on every teacher's desk.
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The above named gentlemen aretoOwell known
thronghoutthis ;motion to no. any endorsement
from us; and we need pot remark that an ex:.!
hanstive encyclopedia hi a library of knowledge
in itself. It.is a silent eahooltdaster in the bonito;
always at hand for reference; coating nothing
after the purchase money first paid, but always
remaining a bank Kknowledge on which'draft
are payable at sight.
.We may add that that
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throughout the country, by scholars, sevens and
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Oun Cotrwry.—Already there are ink
dications that-ou'r brief summer is near iteoloeN
On Friday morning, last the mercury stood at 45;
and the air had a taste an 4 smell of October. It
seems to us that we have bad but little summer
weather. A few days have been decidedly hot
in the middle, but tboy' taperedmp t iliaCoff sQ
coolly, that we catch ciuniolVWcaldering ho%,
crops have grown to maturity in snob- brief in;
tervals of genial warmth; and yet f t.hey hest:
.. grown fairly—hotter; perhaps, than nsual, with
the exception of the grass crop: Corn and pots..
toes,promise more than an averageyiold,.though
an early frost alight ,injure both corn and huok4
Our brief summers and long, hard winters are,
not without their - ocimpensationai =Our altitude:
brings on'its'ilneeasonatde troa4, but if gives us a;
dry, braoing atmosphere, i tha;is found at no anti-!
eido.watering l plaee,,with i m,o logs and eveningi;
not excelled in Italy. `Many..a man who sweats:
and swelters in 'narrow rooms at some popular
summer resort, would find his account in taking:
his summer vaoation.among our "hills.i:4'n)k
Saratoga and Long Branch't Why, we know
half a dozen kooalities on the ,wrtters ;of ,Pitttr,
creek; wheraa man' may hayo rest, otliet, and,
trout in plenty,' Within 'it stoiterii throw of camp
a fragrant bed of fresh hemlock browse every:
night ; woodcock, grouse and venison in their?:
_season ; witbleffect)inmnnitz from fiunities;•:--i
and all for losi—cir mere—than - a - dellar per day,',
according to the kilo in which ho chooses to' ,
keep camp. And the lives will mean,
health, , vigorot new leastC,of life. There is a l
spot on Mickle Runi ruitir the "'tenth, ,that
always thin 'of When' tired' CE Work ; and hank. 4
oring for the seent'Pe woOds;Mold. it is a nent,:i
wooded flat, a favorite crossing place for deer,t
,sin Yexbellertt fishing ground:: Httif , a milel
from the main stream are the Miokle Runpalls,i
seen by few exdept those Who itlfeof the ,rod and, 4
bet worth a visit front' anY,lover of , nature.:
'The falls, 'accord
,to our measurement, ara_BB:
feet in bight, and, if they. Weremithin , eatrydrive
of Newport or Saratoga, their praises would have',
been bruited kbrond in prose and , vfirfl,lears
ago. The falling - water bas sceblied a deep ha.-;
sin in the hard rook, and from' that babin wez
have on more than one
-occasion taken a fine mess ,
of speckled trout in five minutes:
Fall creek takes it name front's beautiful fall
near its mouth. It isN. little difficult of access,.
but a. most romantio spot.," Four Mile run liar'
sueoessiorrof falls, Aksl&ll.lfnl t y scblacled, - Trofigh,'
rugged and wild; but only the first fall aeoesai.:
ble without much ;labor and bard climbing.
During this entire ! season our Local, whose
best hold is isn the rifle, has put in an appearance .
at the office six days of, each week; but Minting:
getting monotonous, the •mornings portend
frost, and the Local, clad in dirty 'gray and leak
ing like 4 swamp loafer, will soon betake him
self beyond ;the reach of steam rwltiatlesAnd
.newspaper. sanctums. Man is by nature a buil- ,
tor. When Barnum, brought to his wits and by fir
nanciai and legal difficulties, askUdiloraca Grp.a!
ley what he should do, the phi!psophor of the
Tribune answered at once, " Go'fishing; I have
been trying to go fishing for twenty„years, and
have not found a phance. 4 . = lf_ there is a man on
the earth to be pitied, iris tho man who has
worked for twenty years without finding Nettie
to go fishing. ,:
We wiell H.
,9„ would come here,fr a
week's 'ijulet-liiy. : Off in the - woods. `- We' -would
put him through. Lot him come ineog.—dis
iuised—in a decent Suit of clothes, with his well
known togs in a bag ; be can put those on whoa
in the woods. ,Wo will pngagerithliflyi ,Q shall
bore, , or "toady him ;" we will take him—Ut us see
—yes ; we will take_ him to the Rook , Shanty,
where he can kin k up his No. 11 stogas, slosh
around in the old white coat, rwid ; swear the bark
off the buttonwoods, if _he :He shall pay
his 'level half 'of the 'expense, and do his' sliaird
of chopping and toting ; ;furnialfhts2oWnWhiAY
and fine-out,'and'agroo not to talk ; shop, or give
ns sanitary, moral, or politioal advice;, (we nailer
take 'em ) If he offers to do it, or " sniveys"
on his /thereof catupwork, pc will -bonnet • him
with the traditional White hat; and if he catches
us boring, toadying him, or humorinl : ,bis no.
tions, more than we , would those of ".Kite,t ,
Rest," or any other old on palate; he
may tomahawk as on tho soot, But ; e 4IA
come. He. ,
bstara detry,—lleavonlielpirn'; and mia'si`on,
moilo's the pity. HO does not sotpa SO . :ilk/Me
that, if ho wire purled, betnldq,w,ri;.trar fifty fee
deep, the go rigtpt-alorlg ust,as tb.
nothing had happened :beyond a •'-tirti littfendki
funeral. It is
ft/6f,' , tliat.if fitly Ortho MotiPekikni' men i.
'the world were. eifminateg to.dayd the
machinery would keep ,rig h t atiTHOg'.
theriii.waterit :a...single.cogi missing/ = WV/fifer°
letms " go fishing';" or, lobioh is bettor,- hunting
. To' the cynical obserrerciliere lion OnspeAkii'
big deep vein of grim humor in the viv
snob meti As 'Greeley, Sumner, Phillips, et jd ,gee
nos ovine, affect. Honest, to, the`core ; carries
to the point of absurdity; each of theim , areet.
for himself a personal treadmill, on whloil,
'muob mental and physical perspiration, he. cot!
Hewn to'tritio, in!. the till belief tti4 lboji;
Losing for Itheiigeld•of bum anityl 04,41i6i eaoh
And all of thee] tinght be brought to sett( ' that hi
or they might take.ll threo montbst'vaention' - o
l'ine creek—or any other creek—with no nvre
detriment to the world's progress than" tialght .
Caused by the tcrepo'rttry absentati,on of "Hooka'
bilmhor's Young Gentlemen." But the34 : do Ito
Im, and will pot be made to know '; l wherefere
l e t them sweat; while we—least among :jetsinal
ets—a ill abide by the cool waters of Doer iink
run,—L3 the shades of 1 Obesttittt Cainp,„".. T o
the hanks of Hooky tiyotifi. perchance `vie may
Shoot A deer ; but, whotberwe do or no, wo shal
have gained—and, the ?vorld will bay. lost—,juat
what it weuldhit'd Thetiddre Tilton; Hi:macp 9r.
ky and Wendell Phillips taken a Menibt-:Bo73'''
lion in the woods. " Pahi : 'lot the Wlrld.iyallt'
Maasrlsto, Aug.ll3 - ,07.1..
li Dear Sir :—I send you tp.do a lettettfrom
iVishop' Whipple,-et Minnesota, !pits apropos to'
the subjcet under disertssion— p Ou r Indian Tribes.
,tf yott:iv ill kindly publish it, and. 'let it 'go fur;
Itatit: is worth; I will be moder - grpat obligat.
done, -and in a little time, will scud "illu other:
eomtintdieritiona. 'I. think :,ibu are not sp,proja
diced hilt that you will publish some testimony
tin the other side.. Ido not deny that,intmy In
diens are very much ,\ debased, and ireiy' et - nat.—
/tut Your"COmpoidter . makes me say.vrhat I did
not moan, and' nialtee a[tery blundering sentence
6r a simple one, i. e., tbot the Indians after tttrol
hundred years'of robbibg,and oppression, "nide
but littleworso than before," I steb l "butAittie
"ono) than - ow Vrenoh, brethren Lin . orttel4; or
than the white's" who debauch and murder them:
cannot vouoh for thy truth of the story of bury
ing Indians alive... I saw it in a circular paper,
Published 'Without note or comment, as a kind of
I will endeavor to verify the assertion, that the
seishltt§elt ' the savages' to Sharp; !Ikea. plain
es. It certainly looks probable, as 'they paid a
bounty for every white man's scalp. :::
Let as , get at the truth, if possible. If you will
' set down naught innalioe;' andi will agree to
4 nothing extenuate." I remain, yours Ad0. ,8...E w. ..
, —P449094.04 •
at T. Ittirlen'efetoii.—Cilliiiid
TOPZIA, rAits.lo, Aug. 13, -1871
Dear dgitacordat-Ance more I win send you a
few western new, Willett you may print, if , it
8002 good to you. I have been weloomed y
green forests, MOW prairies, and the heard t
words of filenciablii in this frontier land-L-to s y
nothing of smiles and welcome from brisk oheeits
and rosy lips.-... i '
I should like teconvey to my:readers ade
quate idea of the fresh sense of hike beautiful that
came to me as I dashed into these endlesi pistils
of green verdure behind the iron horse;!,seas bf
verdure, flecked with white And scarlet foam bfi
flowers. A landsl beauty at any time; but not,
brightened by a Creek rain, a eonntry of ineffab e
loveliness. Then& is: one peepliar feature bf
those prairies that Odds much to their beauty and
picturesque appearanoe, - rhea.-seen for the first
time. They are: snot, itrlotly:'speating, either'
fiat or rolling; buarare relieved from monotony
by here and there -.a green mound, as thimgh a
huge ground-sweltof ocean hag - been transtlxeyl
at its hugest point, andi turned to a maned Of
living green. I
Many of these mounds are the fountain heads
of purling streami,,the springs bursting forth at
their very summit's. And the soft west wind
comes odor-laden from Ow flowery pieln r , invi
ting us on amid rich delda of corn and wheat;
through and among. large herds of grazing cat
tle, whore, but a few short years ago, ilia .wild
buffalo and wilder Indian-bald undisturbed 'pox
session. Indians and buffaloes must now be looked for at the base br the Rooky Mountains.
In a future letter honoto give you an account
of our State Fair, to be bey here five days, oord : -
mencing on the 11th of September. It is expea
ted the attendance will biAarge, and the digital ,
such as would do credit teen older State.
Leaving the Bastnnd aibriving at Chloe& of
how , , , shall we reach the West t
/The best Line is acknowledged to be the 0., R.
Q., joinedlogether wlth,:tee B.& M. Railroad,
Iby the Iron Bridge at BeAlagton, akd called the
B nu taxa rort Roam;
The maii : llne Otiho Rate running to gruaha
connects with the kivat Pacific Roads, and form,
to•day the' leading route to . Callfornia. The Mid !
dle Branob, entering Nebraska at Plattemouth,
passes through Linttoln, the State Capital, and
will this year be finished to Port Kearney, for;
ming the shurtest route across the Continent by
over 100 maim. I
Another brrinoh Of the di. M., diverging at
Red Oak, falls into 4% line twining down the Mis i i
sours through St. Joe to Kaneda Oily, and all
Kansas. Pnisengfts by this route to Kansas, see
Illinois, Sonlhern Xewa, and Missouri, and, by
slight divergence, oan see Nebraska able.
Lovers of Af ne views shobld remember the Bur 4
lington Ratite, for:..its barns "high-gleaming )
from afar"--,its trew:Sringest streams—its roug l
bluffs and quarries—its .00rn-oceans stretohin
over the prairies further - thin eye can reach.
Land-buyers will be sure to remember it, for
they have friends among the two thousand who
have already boughtlarmilrom Geo. S. north,
the Land Oommissi t ener or:the B. & M. R.l R. at
Burlington, lowa, or inorfg the four thousand
home-steaders and.4pre-emptors who* last, year ,
filed claims in 'theldnooln land office, Iwhere
"'finale Sam Is richconough - to give us all a r farm.'
July 19, 1871.-tf - ;1;
A victim of earl?:indisigetion, causing ner=
vous debility, protiaturtipdecay ,fbavlug.
tried in vain evarrailvertlepd remedy, has dis.
covered a simple moans ociself-oure, Whioh he
will send free to his fellow-sufferers. J. H.
REEVES, 78 Nassalf at., R*.atv
PIANO-Mr. A. 144. Briggs of Middlebury;
has on exbibition ak the Cone 'Rouse one
Mathushek's celebrated Piarios.%:ll.ll lovers of
must° are invited to - take a look .at this instruJi
ment, and observe the advantagee it has eve
other Pianos in its general oonstruhtion and com
pleteness of tone. s
Mr. Briggs furnishes Organs ott2slelodeans
very reasonable rtites. Address him ht Crook
od Creek, Pa.
Jaly 19, 1871.-tf , -
DENTISTRY. N. Dartt, dentis
office in Wright& Blook, whore he oon
Unties to make teeth'with the new improvemene
Which_ eves better adtiafnetion than any, thin ,
else in use. To be had at Dadra only.—Aug. 2
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Pa. ',;71 1-77 ,"' ley It. R., Warwick, R. Y.
;JACOB MAY, Es'op., T4baeon' Mardian', Port AS. B. HULSE, ESQ , Not..l4l.4lllptowu,Nts
-1 Jervis, N.a. 1 / 4 5 fond] Bank, Middle fdithY iiiki:P fis, - 4 .:.1
Con. D. C. DUSENqRRY,!% I JeweIIer, Middle . OSITUA DRAPER, M. D., Pres. Middletown
town, N, . ..,•.
DE I 0 i
ON. HOMER HAMELIr, lix•Pres. Erie Swinge Bank, Middletown, N. Y.
LISHA P. WHEEL - HE,Thi7i.; Mee-Ptak lifida
Railway, pliwburgh, N.Y. landpOway, hif,lddletown, N. Y.
• O.tWOYFIELD„ 111.*D., Ex-County Clerk o'-
R. W. DOUGLAS 8.4.,14 . 744 South hide , it. R.
/- is Connty..Middletown,lll-Y.... . ~,-..,
Long Isla ... m cz . IFltriii - CLARX;E r sit ;Middleitrin;24. Ir.
7 .1. -N
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CONSULTING PHYSICIAN/17 t"..2J77r)
~, et )1 -7-
D. A. CURRIE, . D., 'Middletown, N. YJ ( . A. DUSINAERRE, lia. D., Hohesdalo, Pa.
1 , 7....
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i i ~* A I :ITD/T1 )1 W• it; slO i, J 1; 1 1 a 11,•.;!, .,: I I. 7
Box. GEO. R. BA RRET'P, Manch Chunk, Pa.! Dorn THOMAS GEORGE', Neiebtirgh' NiY.,•
President: al* 324 Judieial Dist. taa. ' Cronity Judge of•Orithge Ctirinty,ll l . Y. '
To become a the
phYtiihni.ti sthe iftaitifitsi? ' allii.4is tie
her or membere of thiJ Comptiny, the -
) ,!'' Id.
aITATERAL DTVISIO4T.L=-45*Igte'llibitberhAlfi 1 s '
- ' ,12,1,' ft , J ~, 1 1, 1 ;
To consist of 5000 members eaob. Benefits $5,000 In t e,tuti,Diviston, of $l. f ogy ly member
)n the division sit helium of death. Division No. 4' thebidosliarsonrfrout 20 Itt.4, ears ordge.„
Division No. 2 intsludeeptirsons from 40 in 00 penis 0ff,t4. 11 Afetalferiliip • foe to - id , of, those
Olvision $B. Allsosentltt the death of n member, $1,10,„li , ,
~. 1), ii , .,
.. , 7
OE'/VERAL Di VISION.--Joint . JOint lkiejabirahip
for husband and wifor-Beneflts payablel to the surriveor. To coast "(4'5 0 00 IrinCertifietitesi
sob benefits $5400 In a dall division, or $l. for every certificate in the division at T he time of
Bath. Divisimialo. 8; itieludes personal from 20 inllo(Yeatientltielt. Division' iNe - ... 4 the deal
Persons from 4014050 years of age. Mouth rahip ilt •*Mt* tigitheyhyvtivpilepe,sl2. - glesl9
went at the death Of a member, $l,lO i I 1. •
41 .0 .4C_EAL D_TVISIO.II-Singlei ftfeniberphips ' '
6- ~ I
To consist of 10 Ottembers each. Benefits $5,000 in a full,tiMaitttr—or $74 fo; Ayer, womb
the division at thelime o$ death. t",,IT, ti ti 3 J. A ' 4.t A i ._ ",.. •
, 4..1 Divitilon A includes person f le 20,te 86 riga of sitlisk.l.
' :: ",, 4 n) 0 ,i
ifembership fee tc ei 'or of these divisions, El 5. llssestunents on. the death Of a member, $5,10
... 7 A -
REMEMBER !pup MEMBERSHIP FEN, IS ONLY S T D , fle uNI3E, API k
WHICH. YOU, ONLY PAY WHAT MORTALITY ' , RATES ItAREST ^`'
A.OTUAL` COST. NO ANNUAL DUES CHARGED. ,
f -- .
n this Conipaly; and by this Plan, gle Poorest Man may Provide a
c-- ; . :- • Competency forlhis _ram . y. - -f
+- 1 A T'- t
•;---.: 4. ref i i . 4 , -
, i i I I
' Reliable insurance statistics assert the fa
,t that Out of 24 0, 0 , 4 441, persons 034- 1
g' 1 ill 4/...d . '"'
bed ' o •
. .. ~
I lveen 20 and 60 iiara.,of ttge, not more than
ood throughout 4498846 am Therefore'
oupatty, in a diTtaton of aideb you were ef ,
7.4341 r. .1 .
WOULD A 104 'INSURANCE C
SAND DOLLARS FOR HIGH
i s' No unsound or finhoirith, Friona receive
1 B. O. WHIELERN .•
0. W. lakilrGANt,
Office with Win.A. Sion°, in Wright. Bid
property against tire, your horses and cattle
7or on aixl47
i tekthyM y .(adiibis
for every 3 1 00 f be 'IN oft Tatialrit '
.1 membir, yon would be assessed 7 or 8 times In eteb
MPANY INSURE YOU FOR A THOU—
DOFeLARS AND EIGHTY VENT,4?
as natizabers. Divlaioart ali Elting rapidly. w
FEELER & LAN AN.
Gonerat Ageriti fevitivi
ley'a bleak. At the same °Moe you can Insure your
aginat death attol theft. 440 il• 3.unf.audcsrp.ule t i!
f tri 1, -
' .o .l44lMBllollMUMUUntigiall4eVlrat
Mayor of the City of Lancaster, Ps., writes:
"Mrsur.in's Ray Emma Is extensively knowp
and used, and AO adessfey l aro owirlptut
era that it Cri=b Me as fantlitar.lus aulleasia.
hold Word And a neoessary addition in the seed
iest requirements of every finally. Having mud
it myself and knoliing others who have used it
with beneficial results, I can only add that in ay
opinion it is the best remedy ever inirodueed Tor
the cure of the numerous ills to which flesh is
HON. THADDEUS STEVENS, N. O.
Rettommeuding Mtsuf.lltea MIMI 'Jima& to a
?lend, prononnoed it the moot Mondarfet combi
nation of medieinal herbs he over saw.
August 8,1871. lm
WHBRiti letteivi ttistameiiiirr 'to - the' tie=
tate of Zervia Wilson, late of Wellaboro,
Tioga county; have been granted to the subsori
bets, all persona Indebted to the said estate are
requested to make immediate ,payment, and
those having claims or demands against the es•
tate of the said desedetiti knownitbq
same without delay' to ; ;ELI )31111W8TEllti
Wellaboro, Aug int,tllAl /OF) li4eoutor f
rrHR subscriber offers for_sale,ou Wednesday,
September 6,1874 at,lo o'clock A. M., the
fallowing property, at the eld . Spenser op,
the Tioga road :
A boiler, engine and running gear of a mill;
also, farming implements, two cows, two shoats,
a lot of corn, bousebold furniture, Ao.
. ERI WARMAN.
August 30, 1871 2w*
Tat E Undersigned would respectfully may to
1 the °Multi/ of wellsbore and vicinity, that
he bag opened a
In the building recently occupied by 0. L. Will
cox. His stook comprises a full assortment of
CEOCW, WOCHEs, JEW.E.pr,
surEg' Ntp PLATED :-TfARIA,
B. D. WARRINBB, one of the best workmen
In Northern Pennsylvania, will attend to the
REPAIRING OF WATCHES
CLOCKS &0., &c., &c.
For the skillful doing of which his seventeen
years practical experience is auftleicut guarantee.
B. B. WAREINBR:
Wellsboro, Aug 23, 1821.4 f.
A Great kr nthigA,`
UNDER TOR AI7SPICREI OR MR ORRRAIO 1300IRTY.
jAST appearanotphere prior to their doper
tare for Europe, of the ALLEGELINIANS,
(organized 24 years ago.) '
At Amon &Cone's:llBll4w 20 & 30:
New Bengal 'New ?natal
.. • Now,Quaztott e al
New Pieces on the Bayles Bells !
THE ALLEGUANIANS, whoa() name has be
come the "Household word" of the musio-loving
people of all nations, and mum° eentiattous trav
els have extended to all parts of the civilized
globe, will appear in their Now Incomparable
Programme, as above.
,•••b7O POSTPONEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF
WHATHER. - illk i
Owing to of er engagements they can remain
positively TY/ NIGHTS ONLY !
Their Raper eke embraces a choice collection
of Vocal Quartettes, arranged in their own pe
culiar style; also, a variety of the sweetest Eng
lish, Irish, Sooloh, Gorman and Spanish Ballads
extant; Humorous Songs, Duets, do., Arias,
Cavatinas and Sceaas,lrom
_works of the most
popular Italian andlrctoh' suitors. - In:addi
tion to their usual Ohioan silebticinslefVorpalllu
sic, they will play saForarpreees on the SWISS
During their toar around the globe :the
Concerts of the ALLEGEANIANS were honor
ed by the attendance of hundreds of thousands
of delighted lisla i nprs--4Kings, Queens,_Noldei
and thcputivt)ilstangnishtfitatilk of the; ag#' 4 -00,-
ronizertlititi tbitai nmftts; add lavisVed - up'on
them tho most flattering demonstrations of ap
Tho Bells used by the Allegharklans were man
ufactured itk Switzerinad, expressly for them,
during their Into visit to Btkrplio.;. Admission'z
-50 cents. Children 25 cents. Commence at 8
o'clock. D. G. WALDRON, Manager. Ciao. 0.
llllRLielniTy Agent.; i 1 «J:4 :44 .) c: ~
Raitervaituktaacumr. ' be secured at Young &Co's
Book-14ore, without 'Oxus. onargo.
Ang.2t,rfg7l-42ti .!. Y. 4
Charter Perp*thal!_ it
i • TURASUBBII, • ' -“ Z ` g '
Om. D. C. DUSENBERRY, Middletown, X 4 R.
• . 7 ' '
LEWIS CLARK, Middletown, N. Y.
: 4 12: 0 V '. t el
4 . qTrpH, that lam nowraitotv . las dittkot from Row York, ~,"f oil *Lod
aoiiptet• ilikiioiltooni „,
Dry Goods, Not' ionik sh oes ,
Hats and Cla nj,
-!-: !,,‘ •, ' .11., .1 ..q: ~-, ',), .
... , i
I - ~ I
' , •
are unusually full, which I piopoee to sell at the very lowest price for' oe.sb., . I hero West
long and abort time credit, and find It does ,not pay zee or my oustomers. Hereafter, ' POBT:
WSW NO BOOK Aooourn WILL DB aIiPT, :so do not ark for credit. .
• . . • ,
Il im always glad to 'Dhow 'floods and net 'olXinded if you_do . "llo4 buy: So' do not be afraid
to orme and look. All goods marked in plain ligareS. ' One mares money iii, as good'as snot's,.
ore. So only one price. Please remember, 'you pay only for what you, buy--no bad debtif to
. , ,
Jtkly 20, M1 C. B. KBLLUT.
;,.,;;1f I i • ; , ;
F r ~~ i~} # ~P t
RAILROAD . IS COMING.
t„.;;,!.; • ",„ -
The track is laid; and the Cars , arureuning to the long bri ge whichi
they are putting up aorose the stream' near Tioga, but' it' w uld'take 4 1 '
great deal longer span than that to bridge the eoutinually i reasing
. '. 4.. •;1.•• • •
Jest received. When they have more time; they inh put in a notice ni
this Oks4-44? - 411. o tiOr old oustomipriti togother wit,l4 pie nevi; that they,
have a'first-ritte steel of Goods at hott.ora pikes. . ,
- oftogs, JuLy 5, 1871.
. I *±CRHAM & FARR.
10 dozen .Shawls at prices froni $1,50 to 4245.
&do* Atr4B.o/.9 at prices from Opt $400.; .
- 20 pie'eei white Dress Goodi, Welasdapted•to lliiff season, at prices
from 16 cents per 'yard loti shillings.
2b pieces new and popular Dress Goods, opt; . of which have not been be
fore, offered in this market; 'iit t li) r ie...)%9m,2sc,',ic• $1 per yard.
-- :""1 5 ,- 1?*-t 01.131a1k AS7/kai (et:irk/is Aont is per yard.
' - 164acislilack'Alpacas, at prices frpnal2s6d to $l,OO pit
100 dozen Ladies' Cotton .Hose, - at PYiee3,frOM4Qato 6s,per
25 dozen Ladies' Linen BandkerOhials 'alpriceis fi3OM 6c to .7fiets.
,! An endless variety of _Ribbon.,S,..4ces, .Embrokleries, .
And also a full and 4onaplete! - stock .of. Yrints, ,
'Lawns .Demings Tickings"l Sheeting s, at • prices to suit
„ , tizetrade4 ; „.,
'- r •
JULY'S 5, 1871. ,;„. • /`. THOMAS ILIABDEIq:
• 5, ~.•
i, , l, it'ii
Ne - w - Dry
k - 4
I) G o,Fis
PPMMIM OOPS EALAROIDERIES„' PRINTS AND HOSIERY,
HOOT -AND iHrOBC9..I9IsEREALITY;:! ' •
. 'MATS AND' OAPS;
t 11:“ Heady Made 'Clothing - --
„, ;"-•`i •‘; i:.?":. :• j.; :.,” ;,,
1;4119 1 W--_, STRICTLY 0011 k ce 4.130 b K 8 KEPT. ,
Allay 11, 1871. II
n , .
4 ' l : t", f ?)` i r is'i VC; 313.4116X1L1K.1011216
Cheap Casli ' ' Store!
-', XABIA FOL — AfIOORTAIIINT OF NNW GOO ti, SUCH AB
~ 1. ' ',.. ------ , \
.* •". " 41:1 "" *.11N
Forel .anit Dor4estie- pry Goods,
k ~, --, -, "ale will , •be add very ckaap t I ,
' ' tipligKiafiess GOODS, '‘ y WHITE PIQUE.
',- 'ALL KINDS, CLOTHS AND OASSIMERES,
, 0 i ETITTOI*IO •
Lunar tioos, • ,.. POPLINS 8c WHITE GOODS,
' 1 • ! %Wet, Sostary, Knit Goode and Notions.
,#r6.a * .0 1, to re--ls l!' •
•Ci-103,6xce i...J-roe' ries.
soer; -1104,-, Tobacco, By p, Rice, Saleratus,
iree,.., ~Tea,r', Pinellas, Salt Fish, Flour .
raids (Stteaps,,Boota eir Shoes, Rubbers, Crreitery, Wooden Ware, &c.
2 r n?ii Cosh Paid fat. BUTTERO as hipped on Commission.
Please call and look our Stook over. You will alway and us ready and willing to show
goods: 1 I T , . = ' 'i - ,
l Wellsboro, *ay ).0, 1871. iy,. ,
-Wall ; Paper, WOil#w Paper,
s wiw_rze" l !) ritapwsß9ra ores PQ.ooasseis, Cloth
Bhades, Cloth Ourtaln i, (gilt) Window Fixtures,
Riotures a Picture leraines, Picture Glass, and
every other ankle necessary to beautify BOMB.
The largest sisortment of this lino of goods ever
I brought 44? I hava county ( 1 -..3 I- 411 % one NEW
if3rOltß . iti ; 84elth & cou nt y(
itit ` ' I fr 0 Ifott 0
1 itay 1.4. 4 f - . TWO 1; t 0.
' • i: ' • '., 1 ',-
iToi t 000 4.lpiiitk for Sale ..
:1 ,,,t1 .0,, ~2 v. ,4 • ,
FOY FR= MARGRAFF, Kiln. oppoiite the
Fair Ground. Any one by inking the *bolo
Unpin ham kt4st.s7,so.par Oonsand.
<-:. 3 '... t-a , -:::PLAYFIANDIIIIIIrhiAttOItAtiT.
Aug V, 1821-11 n. 1
tetere biting under the nape °Aare
nen !Isotherm, was dissolved July 81st, 1811. by
x_t; l .,' "1.0 I :- r ILARtIMIAN.
Croekery, Cloths and Clothing, Laces,Embroideries and White
Goods .ice., ' ' ' .•-'
STREAI.I OF CUSTOMERS
Wickhani S& Farr's
JUST RECEIVED ,AT HARD
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
An Immense Sti \ ck of: Olelatest; Styles of
CI. ItidtALHnOMITEI' 3FLIS,
(Bootie's) old Stand) Main htp36i,
.il*:llrqgftpCNci•rket PriO pad for Vazeitirl I%,•odue.
1„Tho patronage of the public solicited,
To look at the new
I S:. - g• G ,
, • . - '.IIS I
AZAD A BULL 85 1 0,491 OF
- State Notmal- School.
inpllE fall term will ooMmence Wednesday,
Aug S a t . . ,
For eat a gUilii 4 adraleslon apply to Charles
• CHAS. VBRRILL, P • M.
Joky 6,1871.-2 m.
-- 7 --- "^ - zr
Tate' Oiinfessittin of an Invalid.
rIIBLISURD as a warning and for the boodit of
youag wan owl Olsen. who wear. Crow iItiVUSIP
blllty, *o., supplying ono YoUto oP &w.f. COAX.
1 . i Writtou by one who cum! blawol, 'woo root fru. .11
Ifecalvtin a poet-pafd throated envelope.
Address. NAVILLWOLL atiMU4 Broal) IS. N Y
May IT, 113T1-Iba. : r
To MOT C IC R ai ses:;
1.901: , _1
friItOROOGR BUD, puts', blood, Ohio tux %
110 red Cheitie'Whlte pegs (stoat brouskt
hdai Ohio) for silo atcCtoitington, by
181'1 bit 0. F.
I . , i
J. R. BARKER
A. 4 . Ingham* Co.
iTAKR pteatituxo 1112 annotniqng t 9 tho oil
of WellebOro am:l:vicinity that they
inure etoeik of
Pure Drive,. rut Medians*, Yer
Arotitina, PO*. Oils. Tarnishes,
, Varnish Brushes Paint
. 1 ,
and in faot everything visually kept in; a'
clais plug 13,tore. Ttl thellina of, •
‘?.? ' • ;
Wail Paper, Window Shades and Pittnreel
wo oannot be undersold. Call end za i mine
floods and 'Hoes before 'purchasing el miller*.
Particular attention paid to Physicians Presorip
floe, and compounded at all hours.
The patronage of the ptiblio is solloited.
• - ' '
A ht. INCIIIAX.
May 4,1871. y
. Sill Jib squites,
WHOLESALE DEALBRB IN
Foreign /lc Domestic Ligni
Wines, ee. e. ,
A.geuts for !ne Old Nikhislrie,
6. N. BQI7IIIBB, 1
May 17, 1871. ' "
Every year increases the Popul+ity :
of this valuable Hair Preparatton;
which is due to merit alone. We can
assure our old patrons that it is kept`
fully up to its high standard; an itj
is the only reliable and perfected p ep
aration for restoringdßAY, on F Fa)
,to it 4 youthful Color,' makink it
sott, lustrous, and silken: The scalp,
by its use, beComes white and ,c ean.
_removes removes all eruptions and dap ft;
and, by its' tonic properties, prev nts :
the hair froM falling out, as it stu
bites and nourishes the . hair-glands.
By its use, the hair krows-thickerjand.
stronger. In baldness, it restores the
capillary glands to their normal vigor,
and will create anew growth, except
iii extreme old age. It is the most
economical Hens DlntsslxO ever used,
as it requires fewer appliCations, and
gives the hair a splendid, glossy ap
pearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D., State
Assayer of Massachusetts, says, "the
.constituente-are pure, and carefully
selected tbr excellent verity; an.d I
consider it the BEST rAgPARATION
for t - its intended purposei." i
Sold by all iinuggisia, and Dea4ra in Ifeili4ines.
-a-- • i
13uCkingh 's Dire
FO TUE WHI HEM.
As our Renewer in in ny cases re
quires- too long a time, a d too mil&
care, to restore gray o 0 aded Whisk
ers, we have pr,epared this dye, irt one
preparation;- which will quickly 1 d
effectually accomplfsh this result. It
is easily applied, and produces a vo or
which will neither rub nor wash fr.
Sold by all Druggists. Price firy
Manufaotured by R. P. HALL & 00 r ;
Aug. 8,1870-Iy. '
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WHO WANTS TO BEY
- A MOM AND LOT In Welisboro? Or a
'fP desirable' lot? Or aWM within twenty
tninntes walk 'of "Weligboro 7 I hold for
On reasonable torms, the following property :1 ,
A well finished, now two story dwelling hoogo,
Containing ten good toning ; with a half abut
lot, good barn, good well of water; and lovry
-Way desirable as a residence. Location, corisa r
Of Walnut- and Meade streets, adjoining the
And a desirable farm in Delmar, containing
105 acres (known" as the Whelan lot) Skid
farto.comprisea a 20 acre meadow newly seoded,&,
about 60 acres df exoellenl timber, consisting of
itsb,,bickory, Oak, basswood, whitowood end hem
look. The farmis.well watered, and abuts
two roads-Ole nevi. Stony Fork road and the
squid leading from
- Samuel Dickinson's to Wm.
hborona's Oof reasonable terms. In
quire of ; I ,*
W ellaboro June I DWI tf
Wheelei & Langan,
Fire, Life, Horse and Cattle
A 'ES lowest and Companies' reliable. iy
1, miring in the National Lite of U. S. at ye tu
douth your heirs will receive the poliey'speolil:d,
'together with All 'preiniume paid. Hence, hi
4 1. ) , R t tor Inegrance is no more, nor lOU than: h
interest upob Our annual premiums. ,
Ban t ,r Q. u Witastato. 1
lite W. 'LANGAN.
WIIEBLER A LANGAN
Office with Win: A. Stone.
Wellsburg, Jaly 28,1871.—tri
August 23,1871-6 m
FETABLE S CI
5,.100 On* Dollar,
Issues PolittieB lii
Jan. 4, 18711-Iy.
10 QAP.DB for 8 ,
frames for Ell
larged and finished
style frames and ever
band, or fureilledrl
Rooms over Gordo
Fes 1 1871 tf
ED. Just publ
pages. Third Edition.
PANION AND GUI!
radical ours of Sperm
nese, Involuntary So
Mental and Physioal
Marriage, etc., - aed tb
Maladies, with plain
speedy cure of &Gonda
Gloats, Strictures, and
snob as Scurvy, Sorel.
and Pimples on tho fn
Epilepsy, and Fits, in
or sexual extravaganc
The celebrated auth
tise, clearly demonst
successful practice. t
quence of• self-abuse,
pointing out a mode o
fain, and effectual; b
sufferer, no matter wh
can ba effectually mire
'AY-This Book she
cry youth, and every
Sent under seal, in I
cents. Address, DR,
, 1 LIAN ; 1
Marob, 8 1871.--8 m
Valuable T ii i
THE subserlb r of;
property; vl : 20
State Street, 410 s situ.
acres pf latid.nea the
will be'soid at odor ,
house a d-lot
the M. E. phttre . . Th,
for the North garelial
ties dealing to visit t
road tioketa at reduced
information in refereno
May 10, 187.1—tf,
j rzytl4 44sB
May 11, 1
We are prepared to do
on short notice and in t
lIASTINEI A 041113,
Stony Pork, Apiil 6, 1
IT AV E yon• tried Vie
• I loci dieoovery of t
Dr. ) .111. L. Baco
, It *urea *olds, diptber'
the stomach, inOlgestion,
inantner 'complai4to; 'oho
do., as by magic. 'As n
for trust bites, chilblains,
ens, rheumatism, sick he:
lalgic, pales in the side,
pramice of biZ years,: it
ileoetto .., no preparetio,
The proprietor of this
ted in guaranteeing it to]
the above diseases in the
htanufaaturod and put I
Bacon, Illossburg. Pa.
149 . 0batubor street, New
Co., Corning, N. Y.
Just Pat What, in a S,:akd
A Lecture on the Na'
Radical 0 ti re of Spermat otit
Involuntary Entleatono, tilox
tante to Marring° genorally I
Man ,11p!lenity, and Vile t 111
pacity, resulting from BeIGA
CULVER IVPILL, Pd. D., Aut . 1
The world renowned aura
Lure, clearly proves from bit
1 awful consequences of Self•A
a removed without medicines,
ie aurgical operations. bouglo
cordials, pointing out a nib
and effectual by which ever
' hie condltien may be, may
vately, and radically: THIS
/I BOON TO THOUSANDS
Sent under seal, to any a
envelope, on the receipt of
stamps. Also Dr.' Oulvetw
price 26 cents• Address the
127 Broadway, New Yo
July 12, 1871-Iy.
OM fore time oo
day, has ,been tho
ad and opened by
R. Cr •
who will bo happy 'to
Wends of alehouse at v
CHIPit ; Ag%
rat•claae Compaiitau a
'lino. I. MITCHELL.
'lace in the State
cents. Large pictures and
Old pictures copied, en
in the finest style. Now
thing kept in &gallery on
RICER 4ND THE
" LOST, HOW BETTOR
shed by DR. LBWIf3t 258 -
TRH MEDICAL COM-
B TO HEALTH, on the
rrhcea, or Seminsj,Weak-
Inal Losses, . Lapoteney,
oapaolty, Im pediments to
Venereal and, gyphllitio
hd clear direst collator the
y Symptoms, Gorton/Kea,
all diseases of the skin,
la, trloers, Boils, Blotches
e and body: oolsnmption,
tamed by. ealf-Indulgeace
• . .
— d '' Id 'I I
~ in thi s a narn e rea
r tee, from' a forty years'
.t the • alarming cense
1.,, ay ,ba •radioally oared;
i cure at ones simple, oev
! t his eimaition may be,
I . , oheaprrivately, and
id be in e bands of ev
1. an in the land. .
lain envelope. Pric, 50
WIB, No. 7 Beach' Bt,
8 for sale the following
village lots% situated on
• ted near ireoriden at., 8
Isemetery. This property
to prices and time given;
lof Ohm Williams, near
subscriber is also agent
Land, Company. Per
i, at a ootion can get
floesttheand also valuable
• to Company from
,seovil° 4 °‘
Naltu k ' llr"l‘3.
tau Stsios: 4 9 -
ORR & CO.,
g, ,Truck and
anything in .our line
e beet Tanner. Bath.
TO ORR A CO.
Aiite:W.elle s boro
teak and greatest med
e age ? !•
l es Magic Pain •
a, cramps and, pains in
'"sprains, bruises, ft3l 7
dacha, toothaohe, not,.
back and 'loins, t
has been' found to bo
ever .offered to the
edioine fools warran-
bb tho beet remedy for
p only by Dr. M. L.
tt,Bearer t Burbank,
YOrk W. D. Turboll
I, July 12,'71 ly
UN G MEN
Iteice six cants.
lire, Treatment and
or Seminal Weaknose ,
si Debility, and inipedi
; Nervousness, Clonsump
.utal and Physical Inca-
Wee, itc.—By ROBERT J.
or of the ", Breen Book,"
r, In this admirable ',Ac
orn experience that the
nae may be effectually
, and without dangerous
, Instruments, rings, or,
8 Of tura at once certain
• sufferer, no matter what
iore !damn' cht , aply, pri•
ROTORS WILL PROVE:
1 D THOUSANDS.
dress, in a plain sealed
a x coats, or trio postage
vell•a "Marriage . Guide,"
Publishers • .
3.3.0. SLIiiB k CO:;
8 the A. OWIISODd HOUBO,
spied by. D. D. -Hell
ougbly refitted, repair-
ON N OR. •
aceommodate the old
ry reasonable rates,
M. It. OTONNOR.