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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

Tavern liaceKsc. To the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions in and for the County of Tioga. THE petition of James Kimball prays the Honorable Court to grant him a license to1 keep a Tavern or Inn at the house now kept by him in the borough of Wellsborough. JAMES KIMBALL. Wellsborough, April .14,1851. Wc, the undersigned, citizens pf the borough of Wellsborough, do certify that an Inn'or Tavern is necessary al the house he now occupies, lo accommodate the public and entertain strangers and and travelers; and that said James Kimball is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travelers. G. S. Cook, J. Kimble, Jas. Locke, A. Balfour, Hczckkl Sherwood, Leonard Meek, -diaries H. Maxwell, A. B. Root, II. S. Cook, H: B. Graves, E. W. Dcrow, J. Ribcrolle, Abel Strait, L. Cleavtland, W. D. Bailey, Jos. Rouse, Jno. Sofield. April.17.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

Tavern JL-acetisc. To the Honorable Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions in and for Tioga County. Y OUR petitioner prays tho Court to grant him a license to keep an Inn or Tavern in the township of Middlcbury, at the house he now occupies. S. M. WARREN. Middlcbury, April 5, 1651. Wc, the undersigned, citizens of the town pf Middlcbury, certify that an Inn or Tavern is necessary at tlie house he now occupies, to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travelers; and said Sherwood' M. Warren is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travelers. Calvin Goodwin, M. Redinglon, Benjamin King, Oliver Briggs, Charles Goodwin, Edscll Mitchell, Daniel Holiday, Jr., Jacob Prutsman, 2d, Solomon Wcstbrook, Daniel White, Jesse Kccncy, E. H. Briggs. April 17, 185l-3t.

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

Tavern license. To the Honorable Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions for Tioga County. Y OUR petitioner prays the Court to grant him a license'to keep an Inn or Tavern at tho house now occupied by him in the township of Liberty, Tioga county, Pa. Liberty, April 12,1851. JOHN SEBRING. We, tho undersigned subscribers, citizens of the township of Liberty, in which tho above mentioned Inn or Tavern, prayed to bo licensed, is proposed to bo kept, do'cerlify that John Sebring, the above applicant, is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided' with houso room and conveniences (or lodging and accommodation of strangers and travelers, and that such Inn or Tavern is necessary to accommodate the public, and entertain strangers and travelers. Jeremiah Fulkerson, John Lcnhart, Jr., Thomas B. Casselbury, Henry Kimble, John King, George Landcs, George Holy, William Mcrrell, John Noal, Nathan Ridge, Joseph Kolilcr, Philip J. Kohler, Jacob Essick. April 17,1851-3U ORN STA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

TEA at New York Prices. R.ROY, agent for the Canton /te?-6vg • Tea Company, offers great in- KF|itjljj| duccments to those who wish to get a l^^li|BL choice article of TEA, at a low priccJsEEfiiiBE by paying the cash. This Tea is put up in tinfoil wrapper's, in poui d, half pound anil quarter pound packages. Always to bo returned if it docs not suit the purchaser. Try it! Try it! Wellsborongh, April 17,1851. To the Physicians -of Tioga , County. JUST RECEIVED! the largest,€§H& ** most complete and carefully selected \tef"8f STOCK OF^MEDICINES in tho coun- Mm ty, will now be found at R. ROY'S f&Llk Drag Store, in Wellsborough. Call and see for yourselves. N. B. Orders for Medicine, by letter, will be as promptly and carefully put up as when; the purchaser is present April 17,1851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

WELI.SRORO' ACADEMY. THE Fifth Term of this Institution, under the charge of Mr. ANDREW UPSON as Principal, will commence on Monday, the 5th of May. Mr. Upson is a graduate of Yale College, and comes with high recommendations lrom that Institution as a scholar and teacher. The Trustees feci a pleasure in recommending this school to the continued patronage of tho public ; as they arc determined that it shall fully sustain the high character for usefulness which it has hitherto maintained—and that no effort on.their part, or that of the Principal, shall bo wanting to insure this result " "" . " FEES TEH SESSION. Primary Department, $1-50 Geography, Arithmetic and- English Grammar, - - - 2.00 Higher English Branches, 3.00 Algebra, Geometry, Surveying, &c.,_ - - - - 4.00 Languages, Drawing and Painting, - -r - - 5.00 Music (with use of piano) extra, ....... 8.00 TRUSTEES. JAS. LOWREY, WILLIAM BACHE, J. F. DONALDSON. L. I. NICHOLS, SAMUEL DICKINSON. Wellsborough, April 17, 18...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

REMOVED. SEELY'S BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY. Removed to the Old Stand on South Main Street, nearly opposite Dr. Packer's OMtt. THE subscriber hereby tenders hisvgratcful acknowledgements to his friends and the public, for the very liberal patronage heretofore entended tontm in his line of business, and would respectfully solicit a continuance of favors from his old ffjpi - customers and the public general* R I ly. He has now on hand ^^»||f <ti^@ A IIANDSOJIE ASSOETMENT OF 1^. BOOTS AND SHOES, of good and substantial make, as well as light and fine. His stock has been selected and made up with great care, und is well adapted to the wants of tliis community. He is prepared to manufacture every variety of Men's, Ladies', Misses, Boy's and Children's Coarse and Fine Boots dj* Shoes. He would say to all, COME AND SEE! before you purchase elsewhere. Call at the sign of the "BHJ BOOT," on South Main street. BENJAMIN SEELX Wellsborough, April 2, 1851. ? ILiP All persons knowin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

NEW PROVISION & GROCERY STORE. 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 v GROCERJES & CONFECTIONERY, well assorted, and of excellent qualities. He will also keep Flour, Pork, Hams, and Fisb, and a general supply of PROVISIONS and other articles suitable to the market. By always keeping a full supply, and sklli.o low, he hopes to receive a liberal patronage. Wellsborough, July 24, 1850. . Sole .Leather. ;> THE subscriber has just received from Niw York, a superior article of,SOLE LEATHER, which he will dispose of at a reasonullo advance for cami. JOS. RIBEROLLE. Wellsborough, March 20,1851. To Let. THE. well known dwelling hnttki'Jfesdlk and lot in Blossburg, occupied the fniimmf last three years by Col, Joseph Yonkin. |iiii|§B Application by letter or otherwise, tojaaau^jt tho subscriber, at Wellsborough, wilt be duly 11-tonded to. B...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

flhirifs' tire J3loo The best Family Uedidae now before the pa , - - It has been computed, tliat'Suring the twenty years, three millions of perionsh annually been benefited by the user these Medicines; n fact which spcats.volu] in favor of their curative properties—i single | will place them beyonoT the reach of coinpetiti J' the estimation of eyciy;natient. ByUicir-usej blood isT-estored to. a pure and healthy statO, fl from all impurities. The. system is not redk during their operation, but invigorated, and v require no restraint from business or pleor Tho afflicted too in Hofiat's life P| and PhODniX Bitters, a remedy that wiljj for tliem' all that medicine can possibly effect fci The genuine or these medicines are now pu^. with a fine steel engraved wrapper and Taj and copy right secured according to the laws oft UnitcdrStates. - II Prepared by W. B. MOFFAT, M.D., \\ Tort fJ For sale by ~ R.HOY, DrvggiM Wellsborough, February 25,1851. j ||j v^m'Wil'BBBTliniMJ AWBMH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

GREAT BARfiAINfj fi For 1851. ', ,.|j.'-l T. L. BALDWIN & CO., EJ ffl WOULD respectfully inform their custojJ .K& and-the public generally, thai they nreli |K receiving, at their old stand, a large assorting] :)l! NEW GOODS, ¦. (ifi suitable for the SPRING 3[ SUMMER TRAA : *| which will be sold at prices that cannot faTS (Kj give satisfaction. -\ P| .wg Wc would ask from the Laoies a careful eg.l ffij nation of our stock!of ' t' iff _ : DRESS GOODS; .: , ,1 M consisting, in part* of plain, foulard and, fay nC SILKS; plain and1 embroidered. Swiss Mtus' J .{£1 plain and fancy colored Bareges and Lawns; i § .«j and fancy colored Dc Laincs; Linen,' Ffe$| '•¦? Scotch and American Ginghams, &c., &.c. . iij 'Jj ¦ Also, a great variety of ' ' .• 'id '12 BONNETS A ND RIBBONS, j | : j | Shawls, Artificials, Parasols, Gloves, Collars^, Wk siery,ty-c., Sgc. In fact, you can find anything? :fl| this line you want, at prices to suit.* . t'I'iH Gentlemen please ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

DEERFIELD « WOOLEN SIANUFACTOB' % NEAR KNOXVLLLE, PA. " " ff WANTED! 50,000 lbs. of GOOD irO</|; immediately,at the above factory, to mai M'~ factnrc on shares or by the yard, or in exchan M ;¦ Cloth. The subscribers having recently crcctci '.|.; largo and commodious new building, on the sc<*§1 of tho old one which was destroyed by fire BOfifli time since, and have also procured, at heavy ^'*'" pensc, an entire set of new Machinery, combini'|. {] the latest improvements,'for manufacturing clp-<Y j all of which is now in successful operation, th'i'i therefore feci confident that every satisfaction w^l ,'S be given to all who may favor them with Ul4 ;fj patronage. . . ¦ . ' '"* !jy| Cloth Dressing i^l done at the; shortest notice, for cash, wool, grai \' ;a in fact all kinds of merchantable produce at m4-kcjl prices. , in 'S CLOTHS'of all kind* manufactured in widllf S from nine to eleven quarters. V 9 Abne but experienced workmen are employed f.'J- \ the above ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

WEIXSBORO' FOUNDRY^! LEVI CUUBI1UCK having associated wit^!| him in business }. D. Wood, will continue foj manufacture CASTINGS of all descriptions, ¦»&<3 ally kept in a country Foundry. They will coifj tinue to manufacture and keep on hand an assort If I mentjof. •'•, ¦¦¦ .•'.';.• ¦ -~ 7'mil Ploughs, Points, Sldisii and BolfH |. Shoes, &c, Ac. ., . ,.,.M\ They will keep on hand a good assortment *: i Ploughs, Plough Points, Scrapers,iSleigh Shocy \ Wagon Boxes, Fire Dogs and other CSiiingir, n»q"?? 1 of th^ best ifi^yjnU warranted to Le sold as low qM 5 at any other establishment. _.- ;-v: .'--.,¦-}jf' ' Persons in want of any of the above articles wiO 5 do well to cull and examine before purchasing ilsc^d . where,as they will find! the.best assortmentcvoKJ'i before offered in.this market*and will be soldo!4 j low prices. Intended enlargement will soon bXfil made, of which duo'notice will bo given to UisUi publife. ' LEVI CHUBBUCK, W i October 1,1850. J. D....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

Important from Nicaragua. Dreadful Outrages—Fifteen Americans Murdered. Richmond, April 18. By an arrival at New Orleans, we have received later dates from San Juan and Nicaragua. Passengers inform the editor of the Picayune that the Americans in tho Nicira gua and the Mosquito country hare been subjected to the most infamous outrages, and fifteen of their number were basely murdered. All the Americans in the country, to the number of eight hundred, have been compelled for safety jo make preparations to leave. Many were already at San Juan on the 5th, preparing to embark for American ports. The government and the people, through British interference, had taken a sudden and unexplained dislike to the Americans.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

Wheat, BUCKWHEAT, Corn, Oats, and a few firkins of Butter, for sale at the.'.' Feb. 20.1850. BINGHAM OFFICE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

THE GREAT WONDER OErf 1851! --It That Goods can be bought as chcapjH* TIOGA VILLAGE | | As any place ih Western New Yorlfh ! or Northern Pennsylvania. ' Hi RH. MARRIOTT having opened a Grocd1 ¦« > Provision and Clothing Store in the Villilj f of Tioga, offers for sale a large supply of PnM i sions—such as PORK, BEEF, HAMS/SHO&f 1 PERS, smoked BEEF, SALT FISH, FLOW, 1 &c,, and GROCERIES of all kinds. ^ ! Also a large assortment of : it >¦ READY-MADE CEOTHIffO. > f A largo supply of all the above! articles kU| 1 constantly on hand, and sold at wholesale oa u| 1 tail, for cash or exchange, at prices that dely' J| $ competition. ' it*-^ N. B. LUMBER and SHINGLES taken in jr'f :1 change for Goods. • Jan. 8,1851:^1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

Cabinet & Joiner Shop. SHOP south end Main street, near the Academy. rpHE subscriber would respectfully inform the X public in general, that be intends to keep on hand, or make to order, an assortment of Cabinet work, consisting of Secretaries, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Stands, &c. &c. All kinds of Joiner work and Window Sash, made to order, and in the most workmanlike manner. Also, COLVER'S PATENT CHURN, AND SABIN'S PATENT WASHING MACHINES. The subscriber would particularly invite the attention of tho public to these two articles, for they arc 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, ajid country produce received in exchange for work. Cash never refused. DAVID STURROCK. Wcllsboro', December 25,1850.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

last of Letters REMA'INING in the Post Office ot Covington, for quarter ending March 31, 1851: Budson, Stillman Latouch, Michael 2 Bradford, Samuel Leach, John Bryant, J. O. Morton, Daniel 2 Cleavland, Henry Marvin, Miss Ruth Clcavland, Aaron Newell, Caleb Covert, J. A. Noble, A. A. Eames, Orrin '" Netmow, Perry Elliott, Samuel Phelps, Gilbert Frost, Lyman Putnam, Lucy Frost, Elias Packer, Mrs. L. F. Gustin, Samuel Page, J. T.-Gillctl, Leonard Sherwood, Julius Gardner, E. C. Sarle, Richard Howland, Charles Sparling; Isaac Hobbell, Joseph Shumway, Charlotte Hartman, Jacob. Shumway, J. J. Hinds, William Sampson, Thomas Johnson, William H. TravCrce, Hiram Jacquish, Joseph . Taylor, Charles Kelts, I. R. Tultlc, John Lee, Miss O. E. 12 Webster, Allen Lee, Miss E. O. * Whiting, N. S. O. F. TAYLOR, P. M. Persons calling for, any of lbe-o.bove letters will please say they are advertised. April 9, 1851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

Return of Spring «llr Dear BS tne dove> whose wafting wing, iff E The green leaf ransomed at the main, Miff Thy genial glow,- returning Spring, •M Ir ¦ Come* to our shores again—' ¦Mw'., For thou hast been a wanderer long, Half -¦'-• Oa many a fcir.and foreign strand, m>Rf> 1°D8^n ""d beauty, sun and song, tStff * Passing ftbmiand to land.:;' j%t|§j Thou bring'st the blossom to the bee, *?41§!' ¦:¦¦ f To earth a rone of emerald dye, [I'I |r k The leaflet to the naked tree, .'., < fMift ; And rainbow in the sky} , SSifc-1 feel thy blest benign control mm-- The pulses of my youth restore; /Mr Opening the spring of sense and soul, \'mj&;¦ ¦' To love and joy once more. '--'-. \$M I will not people thy green bowers, Wf.f-: Witheorrow's palaand spectre band, iH;4 Or Wend with lhine. the faded flowers IS \fc- Of memory's distant land ;r ?H«- For thou wert surely "never given, 45S To wake regret from pleasures gone, 4 £f| ¦: Bul "&e -"" an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

V*? ;¦ s:'....' ¦ ¦ — — * lis?li ' TTUo- Potato. SfeeUct mixttllntit* ti 1 ¦ | ||4 This very valuable article of food is a" ^|.t»Uiv.e of Uiis. country, ila existence being fljfntirely' unknown to Europeans until it was B'ljfi'ought to Ireland by the celebrated navi-Mlaator, Sir Waiter Raleigh, in 1610. An f^ll.-nusinj; anecdote attended its first introduc-| ?!f on; Sir Walter haying planted inhis gar-|Hfjin the specimen which he had brought If flfom Peru, awaited anxiously for its growth Plpd maturity.. By and by the plant sprung !l!ip-» flowers appeared upon the stemsjand [ S||fnally these died and were succeeded by ' . fRjittle apples, which lie mistook for the p°»a-§|!| jies. At length the stems began to wither, jf|H.'frid'tbe little apples at' their extreriiiiies be-;'!. ||-an to wither li ke wise. On examining ihesc ! f,||e found them small, unpalatable, and by. I flli'o means resembling the¦specimen' which 'Ijllohad planted. Believing-hi* experiment' f j^asuccessful, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

St. Peter's Church in Rome* A correspondent bf the Missouri Republican writes a1 very interesting letter, from the Eternal-City. St. Peter's is to her as it is to thousands, the mightiest attraction in that fanned oily., ehe sayoi " If thestranger is, fillefl with wonder and admiration^as he. walks up and down, and sometimes loses his way and his companions also, in the church below, with what surprise and astonishment does he ascend the dome of this magnificent temple. To do this you must obtain an order from the "Director bf Ihe Fabrica of St. Peter, by a .written1'application from the Consul; you .have-also to pay three or jour pauls at the foot of ihe stairs, 'The staircase is spiral and composed of broad thin stones, of the most easy and - Ejr/ntle ascent imaginable. Il is sajd horses could travel up, to the lop of "the church, with ease. ..When you reach the roof, you are arnazedto find yoursejf in a little village of shops and tenements, for the 'workmen employed in rep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 24 April 1851

Cnrions Fact A young ma;n in the township of Warsaw, Genesee county, New York, was engaged in cutting wood ; and in felling a tree it became entangled in the branches Of other trees. While ^endeavoring to disentangle the tree and. bring it to ihe ground, it suddenly fell; and. splitting at the bull, he was caught by'the foot, and thus suspended with his head downward. In this condition he cried for help until his voice was gone and his strengeh well nigh exhausted. His axe had fallen, and he could hardly touch the,end of ihe ji^lve with his finger. He labored lo reach it, but it was all in vain. Could he but get that, he could extricate himself. But alas! it was beyond his reach. J What was he to do} He hnd cried for help until he could.no longer speak. He was in the woods, three quarters of a, mile from any human being. The weather was extremely cold, and he was hanging with his head downward, suffering extreme pain, not only in the foot which was caught in the cleft of the...

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