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Your eyes, my love, aro brightly blue, ,
itud t blighp,A;o4 . 4 it" 1164 : 1
Your very loo ks are billet4oux,
That go at ouoe to their addresses.
Your temperis a sunny ally,
Where oldude may very rarely ralogle ;
You've laid'a heap of money by
I only wish that I ray sipgle.
. 'Tirould be a happy task, methinks,
To court you, out - of town or in it;
• Lst•Oupid weave Me thickest links,
And I could wear thorn in a minUM.
For in a street or in a square,
Or in a dell or in a dingle, •
• 'Twere bliss to kneel, and sigh, and swear,
I only wish that I were 'lngle,
My wife Is plain and forty.five—
In talents I am far, above her;
'Tin not so easy
( to Ootitrive
TO think I rather think I love her
I - elinply honor iind Obey,
omes my =dad ears may. tingle
If ever she should hea'r,me say,
only Wish that I mere •tngle.
The Denuporatie Party as a Retrench
The' Iteimblioan 'Legislature of 1808
passed an act, still on the statute books,
fixing the numbers and compensation
of the officers. of each branch of the
Legislature. The number of officers of
the Senate weisfixed at 1 chief clerk, 2
aselstau tm, 4 transcribing clerks, 1 libra
rian, 1 sergeatit-at-arms and 2 assist
ants, 1 tneseenger and 2 assistants, 1
superint en4leta. of the folding room and
8 pastels and folders, 1 doorkeeper of
the rotunda, 1 postmaster, 1 'fireman,
and 5 pages-32 in all.
The Republican Senate of 1869 was
organized in strict compliance with
this law, the Republican memben pre
'outing a resolution for the election of
candidates for the placesabove named,
no more and no less. Btit, before their
election took place, the Democratic
members, to show their cOnviction that
this was providing morn offices than
the Senate really_needed, put forward
Mr. Burnett and Mr. M'Candless to of
fer au amendment to the resolution, for
the election of a smaller number of offi
cers, to wit : by leaving out one of the
assistant inesfiengers, the postmaster,
and all the- pesters and folders. For
this amendment all the Democratic Se
littlre voted, the vote standing 15 to 18.
The Democratic Senators, when In
the minority, thus plated themselves
on the record as belleVing that this was
all the senate needed in the way of of
ficers, that tbe.aot. Of 1888 was in fact
In 1871 the Democrats had, acciden
tally, a majority in the Senate. Did
they(Carry oat, then, their programme
of 1869? Let. us see.
They put themselves on record in 18-
69 as thanking that the Senate needed
no platers and folders, and that that
body could get along with less officers
than the law allowed ; but the moment
they came Dar, power, they proceeded
to elect not only all the officers author
ized by the law of 1863, but more than
the legal number, although the act pos
itively ptobibits the election of any
greater number of officers by either
branch. Azi, for instance:
he Jaw of 1368 allows two assistant
clerks; the Democratic Senate had
three; the law allows only four trans
cribing clerks, they had five; the law
authorizc, , two assistant doorkeepers,
they had tbrto ; the law provides for
six pia tens aini folders, they had eight',k
they had alro three firemen, where the
law allOw but one; and ono watch=
nitto, one janitor, one laborer, and ono
assistant lihra i iian, for none of which
was there any provision of law, to say
nothing iii nine pages, where they le
gally could rut ploy but'flve.
We the, tied 15 Democratic Senators
voting in lulu that the Senate
no poster-4 'mil folders, and 17 Demo
crattc :.renat.os in 1871 voting to em
ploy and pa ) tithe of these useless Mil
cero. The lltle 15 Senators declared in
1809 that the law of NOS was too libe
ral, and atio,% tql more officers than the
;--enato nesd.qi ; whilst the 17 Senators
vutcd the n umber altogether too small,
uuti proceed •11 to multiplx new officers
without sti; t. The difference is, the
JO weft" in 'tits minority; the 17 were
In the majority. It is a very retrench
ing and economical 'party when it Is
out of power, but a very expensive ono
;when it gelti
The law of 1868 authorizes the Sett
at,, to elect, or employ 32 officers, inclu
ding evely,t.uhordinate ; the Democra
tic Senate of 1871 elected or employed
49 officers-17 more than the law allow
ed, and 26 more than the Senate really
needed, themselves being judges, as is
evidenced by their votes for Burnett's
resolution In 1869.
But this is not all. The act of 1888
fixed the compensation of all these o 111•
cers, and enacted that under no circum
stances should they be permitted to
draw more pay or receive any extra al
lowance. This wholesome provision of
law was totally disregarded by these
Democratic retrenchere. The pay of
nearly alt the officers is fixed by that
law ut $6OO each ; but the 49 officers
ployed by the Democratic Senate have
already been paid $47,904 60—or an av-
craw) of nearly a thousand dollars each.
Look, people of Pennsylvania, at
these figures. The pay of the officers
of the Republican Senate of 1870 was
-$26,468 06, and the total cost of the ses
sion was $92,260 85. The pay of the
officers of the Democratic Senate of 18-
71 was $47,904 50, nearly double that of
the previous session, and the total ex
penses of the session thus far paid aro
$140.767 68. As there are probably over
310,000 of claims under this head yet
unpaid, it is perfectly safe to put down
the total cost of the late Democratic Se
nate at $150,757.68—an increase over the
expenses of the previous Republican
!Senate of $58,497 33.
This is a fair illustration of Democra
tic precept and practice. That party Is
profuse in economical professions when
out of power; but invariably, when in
power, plunges into extravagance • wit
ness New York and the Democratic Se
nate of 1871.
Who would care to be Queen of'Eng
land? Who would rule that unruly
and seandal•hatching race, the British?
The latest gossip concerning royalty
does'nt, it is true, Accuse her of main
taining improper relations with her
footman ; but it is averred that she has
become an absolute miser, and has fears
of coming speedily to the almshouse.
Her servants' table, it is added, is so
miserably spread that the royal retain
tors are in danger of starvation.
"I'm not used to begging," said a lit
tlo girl to a lady of whom she had
asked alms, "'cause only two weeks
agony father was a rterchant !" "Why,
child how could he be reduced to pover
ty so soon ?" "My father took abad two
dollar bill at his peanut stand, and it
ruined him," sobbed the child.
Tile editor of a county paper Bays :
"Wednesday's post brought us a letter
addressed 'Rev.,' another 'The Hon.,'
another 'Col.,' and the last 'Esq.' On the
way to dinner we accidently stepped
on a woman's trail, and she addressed
us thus—'You brute.' Who among the
lot is right ?"
A WRITER in the Boston \Transcript r
tells how one morning she emonstra
ted with her colored servant, for abus
ing his wife, unbraiding him after this
mariner : "Jack, what a pretty, little
smart wife you have. If I were you, I
would try to make myself more agree
able to her. I would fill the coal-scut
tles, feed the pig, gather the 'vegetables
for her; and—and-4 wouldn't strike
her." The only answer from Jack was:
"Why I Vele done married Lou ;, I isn't
courting her 1"
• A country girl rode into New Albany,
Indiana, to do some %hopping, when
the clerk asked if there was anything
else be could do for her: be was amazed
by tbos reply. ••Oh I no, air, unless yon
v. ill be kind enough to go out and milk;
the old ware, for Ludo tier from home
'withal b•r colt."
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Albemarle Land Ai
RLIZABETII CITY, NORT CA
LARCM AND .MALL N Altßie
at prices ranging from $6 to R.
on reasonable terms of payment.
covered with Pine, Juniper, - CMGIII
Poplar Tauber, oloso to navigation
to 110 per acre.
Stores, Wood and Brick Dwellings
Lots and Wharves, excellentelimate , f
friendly people, navigable waters
markets, favor this locality. Inquire
SMITH & SHAW, Att'is
May 3. 1871. Elizabeth 01
For Sale or Rent.
AGOOD dairy farm In Voss tows
oga county, Pa., about 2i miles VI
Borough of Tioga. about 100 aorii
and 4 unimproved. 11A2 on It th;
throe dwelling houses, an apple and pti
ord, and other fruit trees. Terms easy
joining on the west, a farm and ti
from d 0 to 200 acres as desired, with,
improved, wit h a good bard, a good 'A
apple orchard: Good fora dairying fa
Jan 1, 1871-tf. C. 11. BEYIII,
Door Sash tt Blind Fa
BENJAMIN AUSTIN, is prepare,
rash lirst-olass work from the be ,
at his new factory wbioh is now la fall
311.211E2g0 HODEZ I
constantly on band, or manufaotured
Planing and Match'
done promptly, and in the best manna
beat workmen employed, and none but
seasoned lumber used. gnoourage how
Faotory - near the foot of ii
BENJ. A 1
Wellaboro, Await 2,1871. tf
TRESS.—Bract and ornamental trees, shrub.
bony, grey* vines, stymbaity platitsdko..
I am agent for the Catherine and Ilighhind atm
series, and oan farolab any gotantity t for fall
planting. 1 oleo hats * goo stook of two yast
old antis trims, 'shots* varieties, of My own
growlni. Orson bass plants always On binnlL
Aug 9, 11111, We. Plllll9a.
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ortile 101 l
nd goo ,
, N. O.
salt of tho
Et, 80 aorea
4 to tar.
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INSURANCE ' COMPANY
00lee, 31.74 i. 1111 S. 4th Bt., Pixtladelphia.
Cbart'd Capital .$500,000.
Aiatitii over' J . 11;000;0@0 00
fitoak and idakaii,*oopiktainit 001;atttlidib
lidate. Saipan your are ilieadylitsered lit" it"
first-olau oompany, and from any amass what
over, Ivey ' idler ton yearly payment ) yoajlo , n ot,
or cannot pity : longer an d die-40ar intatanoe is
gone and your monoy wasted. Not so in the
4 illand-IR-11AND," all Polieles-are , Nos-Post
This company whioh ranke "among :the' moat
popular and snooesefull Life Insurance Camps
nice, grants policies on all,destrable plane, both
with and without profile.' • • -'"'
Allpolleles era imigntestibie r attir one .7641!
from any of the ordinary causes.
Look to your Life Insurance. Please amine
the following Comparative Table. It is some
times alleged by Agents of other Companies that
the Company they represent is safer than others.
While we unifisitatingly aleert our belief in the
soundness and stability of all eompanies, We de
sire to present the following for thektspeetionef
those desiring to Insurt4, .
irbe following companies, Compare the annual
premiums °barged by each for an humane* on
life at the age of 30 years, payable at death:
_inuet iirezolusi lieitaneval
;%'.. f0A . 9%.:
2Etna, 22,78 42,80
• Home, ... 28,80 60,00
Equitable, •• • 22,70 40,07
Washington,• • .. 22,70 46,97
Hand-in-Hand, 16,80 32,00.
If not already Woad take a polioy with the
4 914P 14 4 41 0 0 Xte. - ;'‘""F.% -
Masoh, 1, 1.1171.-Iy.
A.M. INGHAM, Agent.
WATICINB & RETOII6III
rr respeatfully Inform the pubs
1 4sicmgek , Ho that they have ectoblished a
Livery for Hire )
At their Stable on Pearl St., opposite Wheeler's
wagon shop. Single or double rigs furnished to
order. They aim to leap good horses and wa.
gone, and intend to please. Prices reasonable.
WATKINS & REITIMABI.
Jan: 4,1871•1 y.
/111118 . undersigned, owners of a Portable Nu
-1: gine, with is • 4:rarding,Tdaebine, tiro Zarhes
and a run of "from& Barr fitoator attalked, alai
prepared to All orders in their business at East
The above-property is in good running order,
and will be sold — at it fair prioe, and on reason
For portionless, inquire of Geo. W. Merrloh,
Welltboro, or ALONZG',WIIITNRY,-
. on the grandam,.
May 4, 1871-if
Ayer's' Cathartie Pills,
suffering is prevent.
.p kly their tan
use; and every family should have them on ban
for their protection and relief, when required.
Long experience has proved them to be the sat't•
est, surest, and best of all the Pills with which
the market abounds, By their occasional use,
the blood is purified, the corruptions of the eye.
tam expelled, obstructions removed and the
Whole machinery of life restored to its healthy
activity. Internal organs Whictrbecome clogged
and sluggish are cleansed by Ayer's Pills, and
stimulated into action. Thus incipient disease
is changed into health, the value of which char,
When reckoned on the vast multitudes who e njo y
it, can hardly be computed. Their sugar cox g
makes them pleasant to take, and preserves their
virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so
that they are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Although searching , they ,uu Lund easel opereto
Without disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or
Full directions are area. on -the wrail to
each box, how to use them as a Family sic,
and for the following complaints, which sae
Pills rapidly cure:—
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Listless.
nes n Lanamor and Loss of Appetite, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate m
ach, d restore its healthy tone and action,
For Liver Complaint and its various snap.
toms, Ermalache,_ Nick /load.
Robe ' Jaundice or iliirooti 011101 1 WAot SOP
lona Colic and Billions Ifervere,msy should
he jridicionsly taken fer sack ease, so-norms the
diseased action or remove the °bet - motto= whit%
For Dysentery or Dharrhasei bUt one
mild dose is generally re a ired.
For Rheumatism_ eons, Gravel, pat.
Wanton of the Ideas% Pain In She
Ride, Meek and Loans, they should be ambi
tiously taken, as required, too the diseased
action of the system. With mak change those
For Dram and Dropsical _Swellings,
they should Be taken in large and frequent dotes
:Educe the effect of a drastic .
' r alweepreselon, a se should ha
, as it producof the' , -elrisot by craw
As a Dinner Pitt, take one or two Pins to
promote ftestion and relieve the stomach.
dm occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels, restores the appetite, and Invigorates the
system. Hence it is oftn advantageous where
tic serious derangement exists. One who tads
tolerably ,well , orter:or is c a - dose of Moss
Plus makes him aid bistacraroza their
cleansing and roc mos On' tito digesilire
Dr. J. C. MDR & CO., Praolted Cliumgds,
ZOWNZZ, NASA, V.
*OR lA= 2111' ;111.1. MMUS 4 • •
June 14,'(14y. -W. O. ILBBBS, At.
as now in mask, and will kiwip oonstinily
Al. on band, at the lowest market quotations.
Wool Twine, 2 & 4 ply cotton & jutetwlne.
Marlin 2, 3 ct 4 strand.
Enowls pat. Step Ladder, from Bto 8 ft. •
WIRE - OLOTH & WIRE GOODS
for gumming saws.
A full assortment of Lakt Huron & Berea
Canal„ Wheel Barrows
in any quantity.
from 1 soon down.
No 1 1 no 1 eaten engine oil.
A oomplete assortment of
House Builders and
constantly on hand.
Bottom prises on •
Come in and take a look, get the firma and
see how it is yourself, and oblige
Ma y 24, 187_1.4f. •
New Tobacco Store
TUD subscriber has itted,up the Store pat
door east Thomas liarderes dry goods itture,
for the manufaeture and sale of
CIGARS, (allgradee), Taney and Comte
smorallo TOBACCO,MicAigan ANT? OW,
011ZWIN anditkincli of
P,LrIO TOBACCO, PLPEB, and thscheis
seat Brand of ORMRS.
AP- Cali and bee foijciursilm.
WOUIIIOI9O Jsa. 1, UMW,
T : lii rf yliti
:,Chartered .by 4c€l Legislature of P4nithybidnia.
•••• • , , •-
IS SAFE I , IS RELIABLE) IT IS CHEAP I- ~D ETTER - ;THAN
LIFE INSIINANOE I ' AND. FOUR: TIMES QIIBAPER I •
' tell' :-
t i • Striotly,lutual Co upon th i e Co-operatwo Plan
A,BoomER vEI STOMI/191,DER, AM!) BACH ONWSPAST - AND PRO.
t3PEOTIVE INTEREST," AS - Mat, INTVRITY AND
HONOR, IS PLEDGED ASTER CAPITAL OF THE COMPANY.
Uow. H. B. BEARDSLEB, Honesdale, Penns.
0. W. DOUGLAS. Supt. South 814. B. 8., L. L
J. H. NORTON. Middletown, N. Y.
• . .
DIREOTOR . r. . . _
Hos. H. B. BRARDBLEE, (rouselior at Law, J. H NORTON, Eon., of Branklin Printing Co.*
Honesdale i fs. 1 Middletown, N. Y.
. . ,_
lib - s. wia.m.R uroN. i Nt or I,ii i iiim, GRINNELL-WHET, Esti ,Preii. Werwlek• Val.
i..i Pa. ," 1 .r
i t t i leY E. 11., 'Warwic, N. Y.
4.108iMAY, , ,E oikyobse ' as s' 6 I ,t , o ft JAIL B. HULSE, Egg ',' Pres. Middletown Na.
' aryls, N. , I"; tional Bank - hilddletown - i , : . ,N. Y,, %
Got,. D. C. IkIIBENBERRY, Jeweller, Middle- JO£IIIA DRAPEiti'lf.'D:; 'Pres. 'Middletown
town, N, Y. -Bailin _•. ...
Hon. map. B N AMODELL, Ert•Pres. go ELIOILB.I. WHEELEr 81144.Y1 0 0-rivil• Mkie
d t landliallwisyddiddletown N Y
' 1 , . La EialwWNSitbusgb, N.Y. I D. , WRIVIELD, M. D:, itsljenuty Oluk Ore
O. W. DOUGLAB, Esq., Supt. South Bide R. R.
,i . , • i lairi County, Middletiiita; N. Y.
Long Island. .-•-. -: ,H. LEW B.OLABIL7EO:, - Mitidietown, N. Y.
ocixsuileirt f 4 IliiilolAliii. ' rl = !: ..
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D.A. (mama, at. D., hUddletown, N. Z. G.
4 .l ) VE±XEPOkitelic; Pi, HotirmiAls l P, if..
. 1 '';' c'-f 4 ( , -:. ALTDITORIL- - - •• ••
'Hon. GEO. R. BARRETT, Mauch Chunk, Pa.lllon. T#Oll.AB ' GEORGE, - Newburgh N. Y,'
..President Jud 0.224 Jwdialal Dhit._Pa. _ 1 _ 1 ' OutintYliiiigtv of Grange County, N. Y.
To become a member or members of this Company', the PaYnsentiand !llenellts" are as fol.
lbws ; . :•• i - * ;,'..f i ;, . ~ • • -
To consist of 6000 members eaoh. Benefits - 20 000 in it fall Division; or $1 for ivory member
In the dividon at the.tlme of death. Division xi 0. 1 . eludes perso n s from 20 to 40 year / of age.
Division No: 2 includes persons from 40 to 00 years o age. Membership fee to either of these
division $B. Assessment at the death of 4 member, 2. plct ) ;'''.' . ' .
for husband and wifee-dienefits payable to the survlveor. To consi, Lof - 5000 Joijat Cad Antes,
each benefits $l,OOO in a full division, or $1 for every certificate in the division .at the time of
death. Divisions o. 8, includes persons from 80 to 40 years of age. Division No. 4 ittoitedes
persona from 40 t 00 years of age. Membership fee to either of ibis* divisions $l.ll. Assets
went at the de!!! I a member, ;1,10
j,_ .: . - SrECIAZ Pririagiallo.Single Memberships, - .
To consist of 100 members each. Benefits $6,000 in;a MI division—or 8.5 for livery member pf
the division at the time of death.
Division A includes persaiffrom i 2 . 0 to 85 years of age.
.. B 4.. 41 -
..iri 8 5 11 50 II 11
11 0 11 :, 41 41 50 aBO g. gd . ,
Membership feeto either of this" divisions, $l5. .Assessments on the death of a member, $5,10
- ' I
REMEMBER THE MEMBERSHIP SEE, 18. 'ONLY PAID ONCE, . AFTER
:WHICH YOU ONLY PAY WHAT MORTALITY RATES MAKES THE -
-.- ACTUAL COST. NO ANNUAL DUES CHARGED.
in lids Company, and by this Plan, the Poorest Man may Provide a
Competency for his Family. 1 • .
For the relief and
cure of all derange
ments in the stom
ach, liver, and bow
els. They are a mild
aperient, and an
Being purely vege
table, they contain
no mercury ormin o
ral whatever. Much
berlous sickness and
Reliable insurance statistics assert the fact that out of every 1,000 sound, healthy persons be
tween 20 and 80 years of age, not more than 7 or Bon an average die each year. and this holds
good:tbrougbout all these ,years. Therefore, for every 1,000 members of the trerrox Damn
OotiPsitz, in a division of which you were a member, you would be assessed if or 8 times in each
WOULD A LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY INSURE YOU FOR A THOU
SAND DOLLARS FOR EIGHT DOLLARS AND EIGHTY CENTS?
'Moe with Wm. A. Stone, in Wright & Bailey's blink. At the same office you oan insure your
property against fire, your hones and cattle aginst death end theft.. Rates low and Companies
August 23, 18T14m •
The Largest Estaltlishment in Northern Pa. !
1511rATING-bailities for buying
hanakoo--....large l i nantities of Goods en abl es him to
them at the lowest Jobbing; .In our retell apartment goods are et a nom a
vanes men over whOlesale prices. At law., te es of : •
' I )
. C- • : - '' l',: ~y`,
!- :- • , : . ••••. 0 1 ':,. 't! -
GLABO, Lts, Mak =On LSD DOIMIX MUIR.
PAINTS, amp Hasse AID Cognise,
VARNISHES ABED VARNISH DITHES, A. naL MOE.
i . .
Wiranpier 'Ormtamthtsp!Stiripeing Penc il s
EiliQVBLk SPAtiE S, • VOMES, BE NOR
soREwa, BARNDOOR HANG/NGEI,
a new thing, and made for use. These ale but s few ofthe many artioles composing the - stook
of Hardware. I invite the ratio to *all and maligns for themselves. I aim is keeptim
best quality of goods in my line g and all work to order done promptly and well.
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, AT FACTORY PRICES
Wellaboso,Feb. 1.1871-17. WILLIAM DOBIRWIL
IRON, NAILS, OARRIAGE BOLTS, HORSE SHOES, AND
. HORSE NA]LB,
Officers coriito Company
COL. D. C. DIIIIIINDNRRY, Mlddlatown, N. Y.
- GENERAL 'DI VlSlON.:.—Sisigle -Miaershipal
&E-NE.RAL DIVISION.oint ilAftmbaiship
No unsound or unhealthy persona received as members. Divisions are all filling rapidly.
O. W. LANQAN. WHEELER 'ilk LANGAN.
General Agents for Tioga Co., WeWhom Pa.
RIMPB tISLAND AND WATER Mil,
and MinUN% lOr Carriage and
&fall lino of ail oinlisek:,of 4041 ilpportaining to our businera kept In stook.
R. C. BAILEY',
(Eluooenor to D. P. RCIDITTB) WALED IN
A. general stook of Builders Materials. LOCKV, RUTS, LATCHES, ULNAKV, &sr.;
Also. WRAPPING PAPHR• at ssaasetsturert prices.
SOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
• .:, :'• • - •
ital•teriss CAA, and plebes teasonable. Vint dope el , pooe Cone /louse.
Wellsbutsp, Zen. 414 UNPAr• E. C, sanair,
s ; esolutTAny, .
M. LEWIS OLAER, Mi4dfetinru, N. Y.
WHOLEMALE AND AMU
Having on hand a largo stack of Oa, Stoves
and H ard ware, the undersigned takes pleasure
to announce that he has at a great outlay, ad
ded to the twin' stook lathe old stand on
, MAIN STREET, WBLLSBORO,
a complete assortment of Shalt Has4waze,
of *Melt he °lmamate the tenoning artfoles I
NAILS, 'SPIKES, CROWBARS,
X OUT, MILL, HAND AND BUCK
SAWS, BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
- OARPENTER'S TOOLS, PUMPS,
AXES, AUGERS, BITTS,BITT
TIN AND HARDWARE,
W. C. K$ e.
j, - ,:; A.,, - :. P4'r,o,,bu
We intend to keep this Stook frill ofall desirable Goods, a.
impeding tallow:44W oar tirade lasitWiy. We Ile now selling s
PRINTS, SNEETINGS;-:-'} - B.
DENIMS, ': - TICKING%._I , Si
COTTON YAW* .‘ COTTON BATTING, Si
1. " ' •' • 'CARPET 'WARP. -
DRESS GOODS -DEPA.RTMENT. 1 •„ 1
• ' 'SHAWL
• . HOOP SKIRT DEPARTMENT.
. .. , .. , - :.: • 4 ,
Wi sbaltkeep tiTery large's - took of tioods in "(web of lha 'above Dollarlinenta, and fell thew
at rotas that will satisfy-the .loves! buyers. . 1
BLACK SiLlCl3.—Our 'MALI now very largo, nearly dolible ever kept before, anti being
Old at the low prices of the Spring, making it tho most attraolire stook-of Silks, us to quality
;and prices wa•bave ever Offered.
COLOBBT; BILKS, a handsome
FRENCH' POPLINS, in great varietl
BII.A.bi.eiIPAOAEL—Our regular Blook—the iamb we
suablenutabers, for 25e..810. Brio. 440. 500. Apo. and 621 c.
.4101 X PURE *MOSAIRS.—ThIe stook we tnakera lead l
numbs at all timer, and selling them at such lOw prices' as td
811. a , at tl b loWeet mar!
nlar IMAIIIINSK. STOOK OF " '
Conslstini of all the new style! In low and Medium priced go.
ellt of the limpet stookand lowest priors, to be found. '
PILIBLBY ON4WI.B.—We skall keep tbis stook full of to t
dltun, and flne Tiallttes...-ielllng them usual °trooper than no
, WOOLIik#IIAWLIEI.-..fn all the Newest Style., to mutt ,
WATTIA 13,0012 OLOTHEI, faney and solid oolore.
' HOOP BKIRT6, in greet variety, in all the new styles
FLAN - NKr. DZPART
, tam aura thikatook than e!ar before, in
now and choice styles.
Which we shall sill'at very oloie ligareg. Ale° Trlmago:a for Snits bllled . at low prices.
Good Brown Table Lhasa, 81 eta. per yard. • .
, Good White Table Linen, 60 eta. per yard.
Toweling, 10, 12, 15, and 13 eta. per yard. Cheap.
, Linen Handkerohlefe,lB,lo, 12, la and 20,eente.
. Linen Ilandkerehlefs,'2s to 50 cents.
.11.11.L21108A LS• I , 1 .
A Good Hur l y Balmoral at $l.OO
A Good Hem', Balmoral, high colored, at 1.25
Extra (pant* Balmoral, at $1.60 to 2 00
NOSIiRY, very cheap.
COSS TS, a Good Oomt, 78 at,.
NOTIONS, al all wry eheap.
t ' BOOT ft. SHOE DE PARTMENT.
Wernsk• this stook our leading Department, peep i ng ar t unusually largo variety of ma =-
Made work, and selling at lower prisms than any one in the 6 oe Trade alone oan afford tor dell.
The largest portion of our Stook is made espeolally foe' us, and we WARRANT all work that 1 wo
eel! for Custom Work. We have . an
Imniettett dock of J. 4iellardsre3 Work:
In Mena' two-solo Stoga Boots - Women's Calf Balmoral and Polish Boots
'ln Mens'l-2 d. sole Pine Rip Boots Misses' Calf Balmoral and Polish Boots
Men's 2 sole and tap /tine Rip Boots Children's Calf Balmoral and Polish Boots
Men's 1-2 d. sole A. H. Calf Boot. Woraon's Kip Balmoral and Polish Boots
Mon t e Tap. sole A. H., Calf Boots Mies I s' Rip Balmoral and Polish Boots
Men'. Tap sole !french Calf Boots Ohl' ren's Rip Balmoral and Polish Boots
Men's it Q. s. sewed " Obit Boot. Wo en's Goat Balmoral and Polish Boots
- MissMs' Goat Balmoral and Polish Boots
Children's Goat Balmoral and Polish Boots
Boys' Tap Solo A. H. Calf Boots
• Bop' Tap Sole Fine Rip B'oota
Boyeq, double sole Fine Kip Boots
Boys' double-solo Stoga Kip Boots
- Youths' in same styles
This entire line is of one make, and has been kept by u
been tried and adopted by a large portion of our Customers
nation work. ..
We also keep fUll lines of Sewed Work, in Ladies,' Mi
al, Half Polish, Pall Polish, and Button Style, made of Cal
Serge, single and doable Sole. We invite all glom buyers
before baying, as we have the HEIST CLASS of WORK MA
AT MY LOW BATA'S.
We make large eiaims in this stook, but the swoons of
in so doing.
Corning, September 8, 1871.
New Store 1 New Goo
NO. 1 BOWEN f f. CONTI'S BLOC
WOI7LD liy.to the citizen' of Wel'about' and vicinity,
full operation, and will at all times keep a general
the lowest prices. We cell
Yard wide laetory for TO o ts.
Yriate for etc
Delakiel for CI •••• • •••••••• 11 urea 20 ota.
.Parealset; Mohair., '
Plaids, Fr*nok f and fr,ish,qplins Japanese Silks,
.Fancy Colored and Black D ry Silks,
allot prleeil rand less than bars been sold for before. We keep a full line of
Amay Goods r ra likes Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hata and Caps.
Hosiery from. I. ... ~.10 to 60 ots. 1 Childrons' Shoos from a 1...80 ots. to $1,5.
Boots from .............. ..... .7.82,60 to $5,60. I Hate fro m ....... ........... T 5 ots. to $3,450.
Mons' Shoos " from $1,25 to $6,50.1 papa from 80 ow. to $1,35.
Boys' Ohms from ..77........... $l,OO to $1,50. i •
Till/ from 60 eta. to $1,60. Coffees from ,
A Supra ... 12k oho. Spices, till kinds.
Porters* Sugar at 121 ate. Soaps, all kinds.
One motto is, "fair dealing, low pities, 'and Strict attention to busine s," whisk is always
the key to mean. i
We invite eery ono In want of anything in oarline, to, drop in and take a look through our
Stook, as vrip aro always pleased to show our Goods.
Wellsboro, May 4,1871.
New Spring Goods
Our Stook Is notv very large and complete, and Goode very &cap.
But Prints 10 canto per yard. 1000- yda /Malmo, from 12i to 15 eta. per yard. We l liave
the lamina stook of '-
is Southern New York, including HEMPS from 25 to ,40 ots.; Ingrains from 60 to $1,25
best Tapestry 13rnseel1 $1,25 ; English Body Brussels $2,00 to $2,25; also a full line of
Rugs, Oil Cloth, Plain and h- .t.. I , 'bg og
We invite a careful examination of our Stock and prices, and w•e pledge ourselves that we
will Not be anderee/d, and when we say that we mien what we say. Come and-see ue and we
will do you good.
Corning, Aprll. 12, 1870.
New Fall G
and UniUn Cloths &
Ls►tLi.ess' =Promo arcocogles
All Seaisonable Goode at unprecedented Low Prices.
Choice Groceries, Etc.
We would call especial attention to our stook of
Cloths and Cassimeres, 2
which will be made to ordar by doblnek or Einott, at very low prices.
a for a good many years, and' has
a In their purohaeas of anbstantial
pees' and Children's Sizes, In Dalmor
, Pebble Goat, li,foroeeo, Rid and
to look at oar stook of Fine - Work,
DH IN THIS STATE, AND SELL
our business 'in this lino warrants us
Jo A, P
Minna of inarohandlso, and 101 l a
r Ingham, 26
'Own Alapaos, (speciality) 81 to 750.
CORNING, N. Y.,
d to sail them at very elm ream,
t bottom'prices ; ,
ye kept for years-I-In all the de.
Ing article now, keeping all, the
suit the cloaca buyer'.
kot prices. ~ We Moo keep our reg•
as, giving our customary the ben.
argaioa in all the grades--low, me.
about every one, at the lowest
fine; medium and low . quilitiea in
RSONS & CU.
s I Nevi Firm.
IV ELLSBORO, PA.
that they have their tote now in
25 to SO oti
, W. J. NORTON .4 CO.
SMITH &. WAITE
BOOT AND SHOE STO
11 ' —l- 1
t - 1
EnoliwYont anTailllalrgell Rav e • 1 D it
of Booth and Shoes, and prOpose
alibi , 411 continuing ftbe manninetnie of
" the tame, at ibo shop latety on.
copied by . Fishier ar. Randolph. Tiny also pur
posectly reducing prices on. all goods, and lilting
Wo keep a good osoorivoont of
fiats and Caps,
BOOTS, It/kJ/MORALS, GAITERS, 1
BOOTEES, BROGANS AND 1
! 1 I
warranted to r tit any foot from No. 0, to 18 in
I I 1
Our Stook of
FRENCH 'CALF,, FRENCH U
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,
LININGS, BINDING, MO- t
will be . kept up ac heretofore.
On Findings wo shall be found at home al.
ways, and we shall endeavor to sell atiprlees
Safi/factory , to the trade. We *won't be under
Done promptly and Well. Repairing done
on short notice. Drop in and "beegavirkerd.
; 0.-1 y
Dee, 14, 1
TO TUE FARRIERS_
T All now building at my manufactory,ln Lawren ce
Vino. 4 enporior
whichpossesses the followitigaliva f ttagesoverallothi•
Lit separateerye,oats,rat litter.andfoulseeds,at d
ebessand cocklearom wheat. • I
2. It *leans flax seed, takesont yellow see ,and all
other geode, perfectly.
8, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does all other !separating required of mill
This mill le built ofthe beet and moat durable tile •
bet, in good style.nuel ia sold cheap torcaeh I or pro
dneo. - -
I will At a patent sio7e, for separating
, )11 If
WALSER & LATUROP.
STOVES, TIN- WARE,
BELTINti,. SAWN TUTLERY,
WATER LIME I I ,
Clarriagn and Harness Trinnainge/
HARNESSES, SADDLES, hi
Corning, N. Y.,Jan. 1,1873 Ty
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lit. 1.,Gitt,D11.04 1,- . , I 'IIAI
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puLlished on evqty'it icliage, there
,.,....... , . lore .1. .1: mew 1. lit (I , 'ration,
coliscque it ly
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Oar •.'r Irn 1-;11 nrt \olleitr n ! t any'ex•
tra-:,.. :'. - - .1,5 ia ic!alicit Co tho
N•iri , to3r), i:.,...a.1a1r!. TutiLe Yedical
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Prefeslioll t r etre Ftut .Ex -
trietsuperier to env they flare ever
used In the trez...incnt oil diseased
!Blood; and to the afflicted we say try
nosadalls. and you trill be restored
to health. •
1 lioaadalis is sold by all Proggists,
price $1.50 per bottle. Address
DR. CLEILiENTS F. CO.
July 19, 1871-Iy.
TIM. DRUG ST6RE 1
..--- BORDEN keopa eon ' f tautly on
1 band: Puro Drugs and , 1 edicineE,
•.i.. Chemicals, Paints and 0 Is, Lampe
' 1.!..' Stationery, Tankeo Notlt de.
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