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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Wheat, BUCKWHEAT, Corn, Oats, and a few firkins of Butter, for.sale at the Feb. 20,1850. BINGHAM OFFICE. Dried Fruit. DRIED APPLES, Peaches and Cherries, just received and for sale by Wellsboro', Feb. 13. HOYT, & IrlALL. BOOTS AND SHOES—A large assortment always on hand and for sale at the lowest prices, at tho store of ' January 22. L L. I. NICHOLS,

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

NEW PROVISION & GROCERY ' STrtRE. ,'. M BORST. has fitted up a new and convenient « Store, next door to the Wellsborough Hotel, on Main street, where he Is receiving and will keep for sale a large stock of ' GROCERIES & CONFECTIONERY, well assorted, and of excellent qualities. He will also keep , s Flour, Pork, Hams, and Fisu, and a general supply of PROVISIONS anil other articles ratable to the market. By always keeping aj full supply, and seixiko tow, he hopes to receiveia liberalpatronairo. Wellsboroitgh, July 24,1850.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

. JTfroni the Boston Weekly Museum. , The Pear Tree. ; ' A STORY FOR TI1E LADIES. When I was young—was very young, And rather foolish too, I used to go with my papa, Out where the orchard grew. ^We used to stay there half the day, That Is, in pleasant weather, And he and I beneath the trees ..Would pick the fruit together. There was an older, huge pear tree, That in a corner grew, ' And oh ! the pears were soft and sweet, j-And verjT mellow too. Tho pears were sweet, and ripo, and red, And large as pears could be, And oh! what fcaslings I have had Beneath that old pear tree. One day my father to me said— - (I never shall forget it) " Now, find the finest pear you can And in your pocket put it, : And when you get within the house, And find your sister there. You claim of her a sister's kiss, And give her the sweet- pear." I chnib'd the tree, in haste and glee, The russet pride lo find, And many a pear I gather'd there. But threw them all behind. The fairest one I meant to h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

History of Agriculture. Bcftttltovg From all data and historical research, we find that agriculture was conducted with success among all the most civilized nations of the earth, until the reign of the Emperor i •Claudius, when it fell into neglect. After the reign of Consfantine, the northern bar- j baric tribes who overran Europe, paid little attention to the art of culture, working with ; slaves, only, a small portion of the soil contiguous to and"around their habitations;! having no ambition" in this way, and no settled habits of industry, they were satisfied to roam over the vast deserts which their own ravages had made. It-is evident ithat among such a race of people, husband- j ry coiild receive but little or no attention. <s Although Julius .CiL-sar has distinctly alleged that agriculture was introduced into ! Briton by some of the Gauls about two i hundred years before the Roman invasion,' yet the precise time that it began lo be prac. j ticed is not known. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

A man of Business. At the Green Cointy,New Yotk, Agricultural Fair,«an adt ress was made by ;Col. Ziddock Pratt, from which wo take the following passage: Ah3 now 1 will show you the advantage these dreary! hernlocks have had on the farmers of our mountain towns: Since I first engaged in farmings it has been my lot to employ over1 fifteen thousand years of Other men's labor—an army of thirty "thousand men have I employed, and I have paid those men, for their, labor alone, over two million five hundred thousand' dollars. I have cleared over ten thousand acres of land used over two hundred thousand cords of hemlock bark and paid lover half-a million of dollars for it. Used and \v6~hi out five hundred horses, and one thousand yoke of oxen. Used two hundred thousand bushels of oats, one hundred add twenty thousand tons of hay. Thirty thousand barrels of heef and pork, and nearly ono hundred thousand barrels of flour, and potatoes with-> out number or measure.. 1 have tann...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Important Discovery. , Lard rendered Fluid by mixing with Rosin. Professor Olmstead, of New Haven, has lately made the important discovery* that by^adding one pound of powdered rosin to three pounds of lard, well stirred together, the mass becomes semi-fluid at 70 deg. Fahrenheit, and on being melted, which it does at 90 deg., notwithstanding if melted alone the rosin requires £00 deg. and the lard 97 deg. of heat, the compound will remain transparent and limpid at that; temperature. As it cools, a pellice begins to form on the surface at 87 deg ; and at 76 deg. it remains a dense semi-fluid. The discovery of the above named fact will be of great importance to those; who use lard lamps; as the lurd is rendered more fluid by the rosin, and the powter of illumination increased two-fifths ; yet, after two hour's burning, it loses its brilliancy on account of the wick becoming clogged. This will not be an important objection in families, while in point of economy the gain will be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

STATEMENT Of the Receipts and Expenditures at the Trea-¦ swry of Tioga County, for the year 1850. RECEIPTS. Received from Collectors of 1847, Si 48 21 ..„ >i t«.» 1848, 217 17 '•».." -" " 1849, 2183 22 " * " ' " " 1850, bb follows: ~fi James B. Husted, of Bloss, 203 -00 J. B. Seely, Brookfield, 173 00 George Parker*. > Charleston, 360 00 Russel Humphrey, * Chatham, 200 00 Lewis Walker, Covington, 382 82 Isaac P. Field, Delmar, 326 34 N. Cloose, Jr., <]6k Deerfield, 374 99 in. i^ioose, jr., is. ueerumu, on w D. M. Vanzile, ^El&and, . \ 323 00 John Vanduzen, *' Farmington, 211 00 Wm. Griffin, Gaines, 122 00 George Kelly, Jackson, 180 17 M. S. Baldwnl^ Lawrence, 52 00 Jacob Landis, " "Liberty, 424 50 Marias Redington, Middlebury, 261 16 raden Rogers, Morris, 40 00 PeWV. Vanness, Rutland, 207 00 SasfiSl Hunt, Richmond, 300 00 Aja3 Smith, " Sullivan, 537 00 Chester Ellis, Shippen, 95 18 Albinus Hunt, * Tioga, 400 31 Benj. Landon, * Union, 258 50 Joseph So...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

<&KEA.T BAESWKS! For 1851. ; T. L. BALDWIN & CO., WOULD respectfully inform their customers and the public generally, that they arc now receiving, at their old stand, a large assortment of NEW GOOBS, suitable for the SPRING $ SUMMER TRADE, which will be sold at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction. We would ask from the Ladies a careful examination of our stock of DRESS GOODS; consisting, in part, of plain, foulard and'tessuc SILKS; plain and embroidered Swiss Muslins; plain and fancy colored Bareges and Lawns; plain and fancy colored Dc Laincs; Linen, French, Scotch and American Ginghams, &.c, &,c. Also, a great variety of BONNETS AND RIBBONS, '" Shawls, Artificials, Parasols, Gloves, Collars, Hosiery, Sjc, Sjc. In fact, you can find anything in this line you want, at prices lo suit, Gentlemen please call and make a personal examination of our stock of BROAD-CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS. We have also a large and general assortme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

JACKSOIVS FACTORY. THIS establishment has recently been repaired and improved, and with the addition of a sett of. New Machinery; combining the latest improvements, is now prepared for manufacturing Cloths and Flannels of every variety and all n-idlhs, from three to thirteen quarters. WA-fTED IMMEDIATKLV,. ANY QUANTITY OF GOOD WOOL, To manufacture on Shares, by the Yard, or in exchange for Cloth. " The following articles will be kepi on hand, viz: Broad Clothsof all colors and qualities; broad and narrow mixed Cloths, Sheep's Greys, Cassimeres, Tweeds, French Cassimeres, and fancy SUipes of various colors and qualities; Blankets and white and colored Flannels of all width, and Plaids of various patterns—all of which we will exchange for Wool, or sell at fair prices. Also, a superior article of STOCKING YARN of different colors. Persons wanting goods of this description will do well to call and see for themselves, before purchasing elsewhere. Those having Wool to dispose of will ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

TAILORING! FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS FOR t§50-»51. MM. CONVERSE would respectfully inform • his friends and the public generally, that he may be found at his old stand, one door oast of Nichols* Store, where he is at all times prepared to execute all orders in his line of -business, at thfc shortest notice, and on tho most reasonable terms Having received the Paris, New York and Bostoi Fashions, for tho FALL and WINTER ho feels confident in warranting a neat and fashionable fit'tn every case, In connexion with his own manufacture, ho will at all times-keep on hand a well selected assortment of Clollts, Vcstings, Trimmings and Ready-Made Clothing. COATS, PANTS, VESTS, CLOAKS, OVER. COATS, SfC, made up'in the latest style. ' He is confident that ho can render perfect satisfaction to those who may patronize him in his line of business. .UCr Cutting done at the shortest notice. tGf" All kinds of", country produce received in payment for work, at the market price. WellsborougJi, Novembe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Sunday School Books. A: FRESH supply ofnublications of tho American Sunday School Union, just received. Wellsboro', Nov. 11. GEO. McLEOD:

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

The Improved Clinton Air- Wmmm awwu THE subscriber would respectfully inform the farmers and housekeepers of Tioga county that he has the exclusive right to sell the above unrivalled and celebrated cook stove in this and the ad joining counties of Potter and MoKean. Eight hundred of the above Stoves have been sold during the past year in the counties of Bradford Susquehanna and Wyoming, Pa., .and .all, without exceptiori, have given the very best satisfaction. ' The Improved Clinton Air-Tight Stove is beyond a question the most durable and tho very best FARMER'S COOK STOVE in America. It is constructed without an inside plate, or an inside damper, and also without a fire-back\ The Stove warms up quickly with as moderate an amount of fuel as is desirable; the fire chamber is commodious, and has au additional one for fine fuel and chips ibr summer uao. The oxen is very large, and bakes in the greatest perfection ; the working surface' is ample, and it has an ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

B. B. SMITH, COMMISSIONER for the State of New York, for taking the Acknowledgment of Deeds, &c. to be recorded in that State. Wellsborough, January 9, 1851. WELLSBOROIGU HOTEL., BY BORST &. MAXWELL, {Formerly kept by Luman Wilson.)—This House has recently been materially enlarged, and thoroughly renovated and improved. It is now the most commodious Hotel in this section of the county. The Lesees will aim to give entire satisfaction to their patrons. November 28, 1850. "tlORGAK SHERWOOD, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, and dealer in Ready-made Boots, Shoes, Over-shoes, Leather, Findings, Blacking, &c. Shop on Main st., two doors east of Nichols' Store. Wellsborough, Nov. 21, 1850. J. §. WIEEISTOIX & CO., DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Pork, Fish, Flour, Sec. U* Country Produce received at market prices in exchange for goods.. At Lloyd's, Pine Creel;, Sept. 1, 1850. «. 31. -LAMB, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN AMERICAN & IMPORTED HAR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Cabinet & Joiner Shop. SHOP south end Main street, near the Academy. rriHE subscriber would respectfully inform tho X public in general, that he intends to keep on hand, or make to order, an assortment of Cabinet work, consisting of' Secretaries, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Stands, &c. Ac. All kinds of Joiner work and Window Sash, made to- order, and in the most workmanlike manner. Also, COLVER'S PATENT CHURN, AND SARIN'S * PATENT WASHING MACHINES. The-subscriber would, particularly invito the attention of tho public to these two articles, for they are great labor-saving machines, and cannot but give entire satisfaction to all who purchase them. CHAIN PUMPS made, and put into wells when desired. COFFINS made on short notice, and on reasonable terms. Cherry, white wood, maple and pine lumber, and country produce received in exchange for work. Cash never refused. DAVID ST0RROCK. Wellsboro'. December 25,1850. !'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Boys Wanted. TWO BOYS, between the ages of 17 and 18, wanted to learn the Foundry Business. To those of a good moral character, fair wages will be given; none others need apply. Dec. 5,1850, CHUBBUCK & WOOD,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

•NEW ARRANGEMENTS For 1851. THE subscriber lakes this method of informing his customers and the public, that he has removed to the building formerly occupied by O. B. Goodman, deceased, opposite the Post Office; and that ho has made arrangements to furnish the citizens of Tioga and adjoining counties, with Cook, Parlor and Box Stoves, ' TIN, SHEET-IRON &. SHELF HARDWARE, at much lower rates than caitbc purchased elsewhere in Northern Pennsylvania, or SoutherhJJew York. Among his assortment of Stoves may bo found some Of the following desirable patterns: COOK STOVES. - New World, Nos. 3, 4, 5, G. Bang-Up, large oven, - - - Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5. Yankee Notion, Nos. 5, 6. Western, ..-..-- Nos. 3, 4,5, 6. Fancy North American, - - Nos. 4, 3,2,1-Queen City, elevated oven, - - Nos. 2, 3, 4j 5. Fulton, improved, • --- - - Nos. 1,2,3,4,5. PARLOR STOVES. Albany City, air-tight, Nqs.,2,3,4. Non-Cpndcnsing, air-tight, - - - Nos, 3,4,5. Fluted, air-tight - Nos. 4,5,0. BOX STOVES. Fluted,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Hovses For Sale. A SPAN of Mares, one fivelafev and the other six years °ld,**|ffi"5®3p good size, and well matched for size, '• ^w»*^|a color iron-grey. A firstrate chancef^Jt?g. 'CJfor any person wishing to ouy a good team.— Terms reasonable. ' EDWIN WETMORE. Cherry Flats. Nov. 14,1850-tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Application for Divorce. TO NATHAN BAKER: You are hereby notified that Elvira M. Baker, your wife, has applied to the Court of Common Pleas of Tioga county, for a divorce from the bands of matrimony, and that the Judges of said Court have appointed MONDAY.^tlie 24th' day of February next, at 18 o'clock, A. M., at the Court House in Wellsborough, for the hearing of the said Elvira M. Baker in the premises, at which time and place you can attend if you think proper. JOHN MATHERS, Sheriff. ' Sheriff's Office, Wellsboro', Jan. 22,1851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Application for Divorce. TO NANCY T.-LAMPHEAR: Yon are hereby notified that Norman Lamphcar, your husband, has applied to the Court of Common Pleas of Tioga county, for a divorce from the bands of matrimony, and that tho Judges of said Court have appointed MONDAY, the 24th day of February next, at 10 o'clock, A. M, at the Court House in Wellsboroagh, for the hearing of the said Norman Lamphcar in the premises, at which time and place you can attend if you think proper. JOHN MATHERS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wellsboro', Jan. 22, J 851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

TAILORING! FALL & WINTER FASHIONS FOR 1851. HP. ERWIN respectfully informs the citi-• zens of Wellsborough and vicinity, that he is now carrying on'the TAILORING BUSINESS, in all-its branches, at his shop on Main street, near the Wellsborough Hotel, where he is prepared to execute all work entrusted to his care, with neatness and despatch, on the most reasonable terms.1 THE LATEST FASHIONS are regularly received from New York and Philadelphia; .and he feels confident of rendering satisfaction to all jvho desire their work done in a neat, fashionable and durable manner. - CUTTINGf-done to order on the shortest notice,, for " pay down." All kinds of country produce (delivered) received in payment for work, at the market prices. Wellsborouffh, Feb. 13,1851.

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