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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

Danger to Farmers. The farmers of our country are, perhaps, not aware of the danger that is threatening 'heir interests, through the Locofoco policy of legislating to the advancement of Brji ish interests and depression of our own. Tha|. party now in consonance with its Freej j Trade doctrines, is broaching the policy off reciprocity with the British nrnv.inr-15 ni\ Canada, allowing them to bring their wheat 1 duty free into our ports, providing they give js the privilege of navigating ;the St. Lawrence. This may well alarm the farmers of the United States. In the "las! -ear, we imported near three mi lions o" bushels of wheat flour from Canada,! not withstanding the present duty of 20 per cent; if-that duty be taken off, it will natu .rally immeasurably increase theiamoun imported. The importation of wheat intt aar country, from Canada, shows an im sriant fact, in relation to the foreign mar e for grain'which was promised-by Loco.' icoism. It proves- that, notwithstanding t...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

T»wn and Borough Officers. mecUd at the Spring Bleetion^held on the Ut of February, 1851. bloss. \ Constable—George Riehter. ' - \ Road Commissioner—Albert H. Gaylo'r<f. School Directors—A. H., Gay lord, 3. Evans. Judge of Election—James C. Losbe. Inspector—Patrick Bavnon, John Furguson. Assessor—John Evans. Auditor—George W. Gaylord. Treasurer—Joseph Fellows. Tovpn Clerk-=-Jamcs C. Loshe. BROOKFIELD. - Constable—S. C. Walkee. Roa'd Commissioner—Henry S. Parmer. School Directors—S. L. Plank, Richard Hunt. Judge of Election—Arthur W. Seely. Inspectors—A. T. Strait, 33; James Kina, 26 Isaac Baker, 26. . Assessor—W. Bonncy, A. Northrop, tie vote. Auditor—Charles Seely. ! Treasurer—Joseph C. Griffin.' Town Clerk—Ambrose Packer. CHARLESTON. ^ '. Justice of the Peace—James Kelly. Constable—David S. Kelsey. Auditor—Noah Wheeler. Town Treasurer—Lyman Welmorc. Town Clerk—Alanson E. Niles. Assessor—Hiram Brooks. Judge of Election—Eli Johnsons Inspectors—Elmer Bacon, Nelson Aust...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

Estray. FODND in theenclqsnreof the e===:s &g* subscriber on or about tho 20th RpfliiifPu of September lost, a BRINDLE }W*mW STEER, supposed to-be threpfJft»[| JSmiu years old, with white feet, and star on the forehead. The owner is requested to' come forward, prove property, pay chirges and take him away, otherwise he will be disposed of its the law directs. WILLIAM DENISON. Charleston, Feb. 24,1851-31 -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

REMOVED. daguerreAn «ALLER¥. MR.'D. GARRISOif would announce to the ladies and gentlemen of Wcllsborough and vicinity, that ho has removed to the second story of the residence of W. D. Bailey, on Wain street, near Main street,' where he is .prepared to take Likenesses in a superior manner and on short notice. Likenesses taken without regard to the weather. ' , - ¦ Having availed himself of the late London Process, with all other recent improvements in the art, he is enabled to ensure a Likeness unsurpassed for richness of tone, finish, and strength of expression, which so plainly distinguishes a good picture from the mere shadows, that arc often thrust upon those who are not good judges. In no case will any .charge be made if a perfect Likeness is not produced. Call and examine specimens, and you will be prepared to judge ur yourselves. March 6,1851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

FLOUR always kept on hand at the store of Aug. 28. G. D. SMITH &-CO.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE Borough ©r Wellsborough. Willum Bache, Treasurer, in account with the borough of Wellsborough: 1850. DR.8 March 1, to balance on hand, .... $10 47 June 26, received>f H. Cook, collector, in • full, tax of 1848, ..-.-..% . , 51 05 August 15, received of D. Slurrock, lato burgess, fines and licenses, .... 1875 January 15, received of A. L. Thompson, collector, on account, 1850 17G 00 February 15, received for licenses, circus, V5»c ^ present vear, 22 00 February 20, received of G. W. West, constable, pound fees, ' ° 62 February 20, received of R. Roy, overseer of poor, unexpended balance, ... 62 February 22, received of A. L. Thompson:* collector, in full, 1850, - . . . . 334 February 22, received of A. L. Thompson, supervisor, unexpended road tax, - . 19 03 m ^ j-', $303 88 uu.—uy sundry orders drawn prior to 1st March, 1850: On acc't of poor, S43 5tf " Jno. Gray, supervisor, 1849, 25 40 " Pound, fire ladders, &c,„. 15 55 _ „ S8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 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 tho Wellsborough Hotel, where ho is prepared to execute all work entrusted to his care, with neatness and despatch, on the most reasonable terms. THE LATEST FASHIONS are regularly re. ceived from "New York and Philadelphia; and he feels confident of rendering satisfaction to all who desire their work done in a neat, fashionable and durable monner. ¦ CUTTING done to order on the shortest notice, for " pay down." w'elfetorousir.Teo. 13, 1851.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

ARRANGEMENTS For 1 §51 subscriber takes this'method of informing Iris customers and the public, that he has reto the building formerly occupied by O. B. , deceased, opposite the Post Office; and he has made arrangements lo furnish the of Tioga and adjoining counties, with Cook, Parlor and Box Stoves, SHEET-IRON & SHELF HARDWARE lower rates than can be purchased elsein Northern Pennsylvania, or Southern New Among his assortment of Stoves may be some of the following desirable patterns: COOK STOVES World, ...... Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6. -Up, large oven, - - - Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5. Notion, Nos. 5, 6. stern, -. - - Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6. North American, - - Nos. 4, 3,-3, 1. City, elevated oven, - - Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5. , improved, ... - Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 PARLOR STOVES. City, air-tight, Nos. 2, 3, 4 Condensing, air-tight, - - - Nos. 3, 4, 5 , air-light, Nos. 4, 5, 6 BOX STOVES , air-tight, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 , air-tight, Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6 Fluted, 3} foot wood, - - No. 11. TIN.WARE , P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

Cabinet &. Joiner Shp. , SHOP south end Main street, near the Academy. rpHE subscriber would respectfully inform the L public in general, that he intends to keep on h mdj or make to order, an assortment of Cabinet n ork, consisting of Secretaries, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Stands, Sec. Sec. All kinds of Joiner work and Window Sash, made to order, and in the most workmanlike planner. Also, --COLVER'S PATENT CHURN, AND SABIN'S PATENT WASHING MACHINES. : The subscriber would particularly invito the attention of tho-public to these two articles, for t ley are great labor-saving machines, ana cannot tat giro entire satisfaction to all who purchase tiera. . „ CHAIN PUMPS made, and put-into welb> when desired. <- COFFINS made on short notice, and on reasonable terms. • .. ' ¦ . j Cherry, white wood, maple and pine lumbcr,;ond fountry prodnco received in exchange for work. (lash«ever refused. DAVID STURROCK. WeUsboro'. December 25,1850.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

nTONE LIME.—100 bushels of Stone: Lime ^ & by L. I. NICHOLS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

The Improved Clinton Air-Tight ¦©®.© ^niiisrTiu..'-, ':¦"' rpiHE subscriber would respectfully inform the farmers and housekeepers of Tioga comity, that hs O- has the exclusive right lo selUhc above unrivalled „and celebrated cook stove in this andrthe adjoining counties of Potter and McKean. 'J 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 exception, have given the very best satisfaction. FARMPR^rnnJn c^,} r^ igb . t St?vc U. bey°nd a qwtion the most durable and the very heist rflKJlbKS LOOK STOVE in America. It is constructed without an inside plate, or an inridt temper, and aho tnthout a fire-back! The Stove warms up quickly with as moderate an amount of met as is desirable j the fire chamber Is commodious, and has an additional one for fine fuel and chip*, w summer use. The oven is very large, and bakes in the greatest perfection ; the working surface is ample, and it has an exc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

Gloves and Mitt?, Kid, Silk, Lislo Thread and sewing Silk. Scarfs, Cravats and Dress Handkerchiefs. Swiss, Jaconctt, Book Muslins, and Bishop Lawns. Embroidered, Damask and Plain Canton Crape Shawls. A Full Assortment of Straw Goods. French and American Artificial Flowers. With a large variety not mentioned above. All wishing to avoid paying long prices will make money by calling and satisfying themselves. New York. Jan 30.1851. FREEMAN, HODGES Si CO., Importers and Jobbers, 58 Liberty Street, New York, {between Broa^ay and Nassau.) ARE now receiving a ricl^and beautiful assortment of Fancy Silk and Millinery Goods, to which we would particularly invite the attention of all Cash Purchasers, and will make it an object for them to give us a call, as we are determined to sell our assortment, for Cash, lower than ever before offered in this market. Milliners can supply themselves with every article in their line, aLnboat the cost of Importation or Auction prices. Many of our goods a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

WELLSBOROUGH BOOT AND SHOE STORE. On Main Street, two doors below Nichols'Store. MORGAN SHERWOOD would respectfully inform Jus friends and the public generally, that he has just opened an elegant assortment of ->. MEN'S AND BOY'S COARSE AND faf] FINE BOOTS, AND LADIES' AND WH MISSES' SHOES of every description, H&t. and ^ne latest styles. Also, a general iF^Sfcassortment of SHOE FINDINGS, all kinds of LEATHER, BLACKING, &.c, kept constantly on hand. In addition to the above, he has jnst relumed from New York City with the largest and best assortment of BOOTS and SHOES ever brought to this place,--.and challenges any other similar establishment in this region to compare stock and work, either in point of excellcnf-e of material, style of workmanship, fashion, cheapness of prices or durability ; consisting in part as. follows: ' Gentlemen's Wear. HUNGARIAN Coarse and Kip -Boots for Men and Boys', a new article, intended- expressly for thit region; ' , GENTLE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

LIVERY STABLE. THE subscriber -would inform the citizens of Wellsborough and the public generally, lhat ho has just opened a LITERS STABLE (SSk in this borough, in the rear of A. D. ^^"V*! Brown's residence on Main street, f^AAM where he will at all times be ready to VI _€l}jW accommodate those wantingtU> hire, taEesfa&a with good and kind " Horses, Carriages, Buggies, single and double SleighSi 6fC. .r ' Extras will, at all times bb in readiness to convey passengers to any place they may wish to go. Charecs moderate. Terms cash. 6 JOHN KIMBLE. A. D. BaowN, Agent. January 9,1851-3ro. Brietl Fruit/ ; DRIED APPLES, Peaches and Cherries, just received and for salo by - Wellsboro', Feb. 13. HOYT &. HALL. BLANKS, of all kinds kept on hand and prin. ted to order, at the Advertiser Office. STONE WARE.—A general assortment just received by [Jan. 22] I.. I. NICHOLS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

NEW PROVISION & GROCERY STORE. ,\ M BORST has fitted up a new and convenient' j • Store, next door'ilo the Wellsborough Hotel, (?KOCEKTh£ ^'VuwklTiuMY, i well assuncn, tain vrv.t»,iv.n 1M* —-~J!-£JL—liaise keep \ j Flour, Pork, Hams, and Fish, and a general supply of PROVISIONS and other | articles suitable to the market. - By always keeping a full supply, and sexuko ix>w, he hopes to receive a liberal patronage. j Wellsborough, July 24, 1850.. - : \ FAMILY GROCERIES. HOYT.& HALL ' . jj ARE just receiving a completeyStgjfed ' j assortment of Sugars, Tea^Coffee,HauK|3|I; '.] Molasses, Rice', Candles, Soaps, Salaira-tjgfepii y '¦ J tus, Mustard, Sauces,-Snuffs, Tobaceo.EIHHEafi j Table Salt, Fish, Pork, Nuts, Confectionery. Dried Fruits, Cordage, Brooms, a variety of Wooden . j Ware, Toys, Yankee Notions, Oils, Paints,' etc.; all of which will bo sold cheap/or cash. '. i Flour, Butter, and Cheese, y •: kept constantly on hand, and for sale at the market pric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

Wheat, BUCKWHEAT, Corn, Oats, and a few firkins : of Butter, for salo at the Feb. 20,1850. BINGHAM OFFICE. i NEW GOODS. WE have just received a large assortment of. : all kinds of GOODS, which we ore bound , to sell. Come and see, we will sell you something." ' J. S. \\ ILLISTON & CO., , Dee. 12, 1850. Pine Creek at Lloyd's.' . Boys Wanted. TWO BOYS, between the ages of IT and 18, ^ wanted to learn the Foundry Business. To . j| those of a good moral character, fair- wages.will j be given; none others need apply. ' , ' :.,; ¦ i Dec.5,1850. CHUBBUCK.& WOOD., . i Hungarian Boots. THE attention of Lumbermen is particularly called to this kind of Boots. November 11. M. SHERWOOD. Removal. , DR. C. K. THOMPSON.has removed hUOffice, and Residence to'North Main Street, first door below the residence of R, G. While, Esq., where he is ready lo attend to all calls in his profession. Wellsbbro', Nov. 14,1850. Sons or Temperance, ;§, AN assortment of Temperance Publica...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

CLOCKS AND WATCHES. ¦ REMOVAL. JOHN D. HALL thankful fbr past favors-would- - ] inform the-citizens of Wcllsboio* and vicinity, , lhat he has removed his Shop to the northeast", corner of Gravcs'^Hotcl, where he will continue to keep on hand a good assortment of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES of all descriptions; Chains [ and Keys ; Silver Pencils and Thimbles ;'Breast- , pins, Eai and Finger Rings; and all the various ' articles in his line. Also, a fine assortment of j Base and Violin Strings,. CLOCKS AND WATCHES repaired on the \ shortest notice. All kinds of repairing promptly . I attended to. ~ ; i Having had many years' experience in all the ; branches of his business, the subscriber feels entire confidence in his ability to execute his work i in a good and durable style. He hopes to receive and merit a continuance of the patronage of o ,' discerning public. October 9,1850. * i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

Happy Days. BY CHARLES UACKAV Come back—come back!—thou youthful time! When joy and innocence were ours, ^ When Hie was in its vcrlnal prime, . v And rcndolcnt with sweets and flowers. Come back! and let us roam once more, < Free-hearted through life's pleasant ways, And gather garlands as |of yore, Come back—come back—ye happy days! Come back—j-come back—'twos pleasant then To cherub faith in Love and Truth, For nothing in dispraise! of men? v Had sour'd the tempet'-of our youth j Come back !—and let us< still behove The gorgeous dreams! romance displays. Nor trust the tale that men deceive, Come back—come back—yc happy days! Come back, oh freshness of tho past!' When every face seemed fair and kind, When sunward every eye was cast, And all the shadows fell behind. r Comeback! 'twill come! true hearts can turn Their Decembers iht<5 Mays; The secret be it ours tojlcarn, They come—they coiiie—those happy days!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

William Henry MatsI*, THE UtFAST i DKUM3IER; 3*0 it lit or g The above infant prodigy, whose extraordinary performances pa the drum have elicited soonany encomiums from the press, and excited the astonishment of all who have witnessed them, is now* in the third year of his age, having been born at No.-12,_Clarkson street, on the I2ih of February, 1848. Even at the early age of eight months, he exhibited the developments of musical talent, and showed an appreciation of time or rythm, by regular motions of the hands, during the performance of music. When one year old, he would drum on the table with the knives and: forks whenever he heard music, and the correctness of his time induced his father to purchase a drum for him, which cost twehty-five cents; when it was first sounded he' was in perfect ecstacy. He immediately commenced using it without any instruction, and in a few weeks produced a very pleasing effect, and soon attracted the notice and awakened the astonishment o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 6 March 1851

Exchanging,Pulpits. A few miles below Poughkeepsie there now lives, and has lived _ror several years past, a worthy clergyma i,"a man, however, very short in staiure. Upon a certain Sunday, about eight years ago, this clergyman was invited by the pastor of a church in that village, to fill his pulpit for the day. The invitation was accepted, and Sunday morning saw the Mr.-f—>in- the pulpit. Now it happened that the pulpit was a very high one, and accordingly nearly hid the poor little clergyman from view. However, the congregatUfn, out of Irespect, managed to" keep -their countenances, and-with over pious faces, seemed religiously anxious for the.text ^ They were not obliged to wait long, for a nose and two little eyes suddenly appeared over the top of the pulpit, and a squeaking, tremulous v4ice proclaimed in' nasal;tpnes the text;—" ^e of good cheer, it is I: be not afraid." A general roar of laughter, jbllovyed the, announcement—the clergyman became confused, and tur...

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