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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

Cnba. One of our Washington correspondents suggested in Friday's paper, that acquisition of the island of Cuba will become one of the elements in the Presidential contest of 1852, unless previously disposed of by tho present administration. We do not doubt that Cuba is destined to come into our possession, either by purchase or conquest.— We should prefer the former; as, if the latter mode were adopted, it might, possibly, involve us in war with some of the European powers.. The location of Cuba is such, that the United States never can consent to its being transferred to any other power. But the acquisition of that island will only whet an appetite that cannot be appeased. As the man possessed of thousands of acres which he cannot cultivate, still craves more, so win me united stales, witn an almost boundless extent of territory, still look abroad for new acquisitions. In less than half a century the Canadas, Cuba, and the whole of Mexico, and perhaps, most of the West Indi...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

Great Artesian Well. A Paris letter-irrlhe National Intelligencer says: The famous Artesian well at Kissengen, in Bavaria, commenced eighteen years ago,, and which it was feared would have to be abandoned as a failure, has just given the ' rhost satisfactory [results.. This town is located in a saline valley, nine hundred and eigbty-foUr feet abpveithe level of the Baltic sea. - Last June the boring had. reached a depth' of-eighteen-hundred and thirtyseven feel and several layers of salt, separated by strata of granite, had been traversed, when carbonic acid gas followed again by granite, was found. Finally, on the 12th ult., at a depth of two thousand and sixty seven feet,-perseverance was re wardbd by complete success. A violent explosion burst,away the scaffolding built to facilitate tho operations, and a column of water four and a half inchss in diameter spouted forth to the. heigth! of ninety height feet above" the surface. The, Water-r-clear as crystal—is of a temperatur...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

WEXX.SBOROITGH HOTEL, BY BORST & MAXWELL, {Formerly kept by Luman 1Fifcon.)-j-This House has recently been materially enlarged, and thoroughly renovated and improved. It is now Uio most commodious Hotel in this section of the county. The Lc-Bcea will aim to give entire satisfaction to their patrons. November 28, 18S0. Register's Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN, that the Administrators on the following named Estate, have settled their account, and that tho same will be presented lip the Orphan's Court of Tioga county, on the fourth Monday of December next, for confirmation arid allowance; viz: The account of Hiram Inscho and Mary Inscho, Administrators of Moses Inscho, deceased. " JNO. N. BACHE, Register. Register's Office, Wellsboro', Nov. 28,1850. Application tor Divorce. rpo POLLY SECHRISTi Yon ore hereby -L notified that Peter Sechrist, your husband, has applied to the Court, of Common Pleas of Tioga county j for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony, and that the J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

Horses For Sale. A SPAN of; Mares, one five.JgvJ cv ^ -£*• and the other six years old, ifeafejSSjj^'1 good size, and well matched for size, , jnfrr'?'§5Y>. color iron-grey. ;A firelrato chdncc«£J(^w^£ for any person wishing to buy a good tearivr—. Terms reasonable. EDWIN WETMOEE.'.') Cherry Flats', Nov. 14,1850-tf. - '-'; Sharing and Hair Dressing. GC. CAMPBELL would respectfully inform • his friends and the public, that he has removed .his Barber Shop to the Basement .story of the Wellsboro' Hotel, where ho will be happyfto: take his friends and customers by the; nosc-ias, often as_ convenient. [ Having practised 'the £hdring-business for a long time, he feels confident or" bis ability to doit up in,.as ijarfor-ous a- style.as any of the "sliavihg shops" jn th"e country. >. - HAIR DRESSING done up in accordance with the "latest styles," and with.perfectiajisfaction.. Call and try the edge of his raibia;ttn4! the cut of his shears. ,„...;-,',¦ .Nov^k'.lSSp,V THE O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

SHERIFF'S SAliES; BY vi'rae'of Btinjdry^rits of Vend. Ex. alias Vend. Ex. nndlLcir. Fie, issued outof the Court of Common- P,leaa of Tioga county, and to mo directed, I have levied on the following tracts of Inpd, which'I^shall' expose to public sale at the Court Housean Wellsborough, oh MONDAY'thi 23d day of Ddcetnber, 1850, at one o'clock, P. M. _ A certainllot of land'in'Mbrrls township, beginning at a post, thence by warrant No. 4^19' cost five hundred twenty-four and seven-tenths perches to a maple, thence by warrant No. 4366 sonth three hiinored twenty perches to a chestnut oak, tKencie by,warrantNo.4881 wegt five hundred twenty-four perencs-and seven-tentha to a" post, thence by. warrant No. 4386 north three hundred twenty perches to the place of beginning; Containing Nine Hundred and Ninety Acres;more or less, with allowance of six per cent for roads, &&, and surveyed in pursuance ©f warrant No. 4380, iri the name of 'James Wilson. j j Also—Another,lot begi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

! - -NEW - AKRAW«EMEI%TS-r ; -in--..-; ( •: •„" .WOTt 'i .". .-:'¦:, :i.;:T.'.^ -¦ ;S^8fQ »^8 &3i - ; '¦¦ p-^HI^'<:"" THE subscriber takes this, method of informing his customers and the public, that he has removed to the building formerly occupied byO.B; Goodman.-deccascd, opposite tlie Post Office; ond^ that he.,has.-made airangcments to, furnish^-the cilizcns.of Tio^gi^ and adjoining• cpuntics, with , Cdok, Parlor and Box Stbvcc, T^,.13Jpi^RON&'$HEtFHA^WAR^. at much lower rates than can be purchased elsewhere iii Northern PeonBylvatlia, or Soutberni New York. Among his assortment of Stoves may be found somepf the follqwi.ng desirable patterns; . .-.-:..¦,•-.• GOOK STOVES. , - „ New World,, ,->-. .. . ,.„"Nos.3, 4,5, 6. , Bang.Up, largciovcn, , V. ., - Nos. 2, 3,4, 5. Yankee Notion; - - T . . Nos. 5,61 Western; ¦'. ¦•'.'¦ . . --¦'.' Nbs. 3, 4, 5, C. Fancy-North American, ¦ .'.»!•¦ No* 4t 3,,2,1.,.!-j Queen City, elevated oven, - -. Nos.2,3,4,5..j Fu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

READ Till*! Twelve Thovsand Dollars about to be Forfeited for want of Legal Heirs.'J J OHN M. DANIELS, who was some 15 or 18 ,: years ago engaged in rafting, lumber from the head waters of flic Allegheny river, died in January last, leaving an" Estate Worth $12 or $15,000, and.no heirs in this State that arc known .but it is grip-posed that he has relatives and friends living in Tioaga county, N. Y., or Tioga county, Penn'a. If his heirs will write, post-paid, to John J. Havden; Attorhcy-at-Law, Rising Sun, Indiana, they can learn all they may desire to know about tho Estate. If a Mr. Hinkle, who- lives in New York or Pennsylvania, and who was wRl acquainted with said Daniels, will write to thc ^ above named, informing him of who arc the legal heirs to said Estate, he will confer a'favor. O" The lawful heirs will please pay1 for this advertisement. Nov. 13,1850-3U

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

WELLSBOROUGH BOOT AND. SHOE STORE. On Main Street, tiro 'doors below Nichols1 Store. TITORGAN SHERWOOD would rcspcctmlly lirX inform his friends and the public generally, that he has just opened an elegant assortment of ->« MEN'S AND BOY'S COARSE AND WB "FINE BOOTS, AND LADIES' AND wH MISSES' SHOES of every description, BlgSv. and the latest styles. Also, a general I^«(»assortment of SHOE FINDINGS, all kinds of LEATHER, BLACKING, &c„ kept constantly on hand. In addition to the above, he has just returned from New York City'with tlie lahoest 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 excellence of material, style of workmanship, fashion, cheapness of prices or durability ; consisting in part is follows: Gentlemen's Wear. . HUNGARIAN Coarse ^ and Kip Boots for Men and Boys', a new article,'intended expressly for this region; GENTLEMEN'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

! FAMII/#.'-.GROCERIES...--! HOYT' & rfAL!> -¦ A:R13:just-tc&civing;f t cOmplotO/Sg^ xi assor tmenlof. Sugars;-TcaS;CoSec,||W|ij8 J|olassc8,;Rice,pandlc^5Sc^sj,SalBrq:H^1ffl' tu»; Mpstafd, Saiices, Snuffs, Tobacco.teffiaE Table Salt, Fish,Pork,Nuts, Confectionery.' Dried Fruits; Cordage, Brooms, a Variety of Wooden Warei;Toys, Yankee Ndiions, :Oils,l Paint?, *tc:j al | of wbiclf will behold chijaji/orfaaft. ": <,n Flonr, Butter, amd Ctoeeto, v> kept constantly on haridi and fctwiTe at.the marW prices , '.... ;:,Wcilsboroiigh,flc«;9,I85^; ELOURalwayi oniumd.andfbrjsal^byu: -^ .¦' , „. v; %»¦ &«Mo:; ¦ ¦*£$•¦ :>Ml«MW&:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

A MAGAZINE OF PURE Mo«Ui : y.r. ....'': _ PETERSfOW'S; '.,r ~- ;,*il sf ' ladies' K«iiioriai.'Jftagaaane. ;¦ OiiiySl£15 toClubsj where ether Magazine*ort $2. '. ,„,„„ - V ANN 8. STEPHENS,; Y' EMTED D T:J CHARLES j. PETEIiSO^ THE uncsamplcer incre'aje ia the Subscription, , List for:1850, has induced ihc^'PidprjetoV to '. continue lhe reduced prices to Clubs', and this, while he increases. the, number of pages Ifi^vcn „ monthly, adds to the lustre and variety";®'tho embellishments. In a word he. is determined to pub- , lish an .' " ¦¦¦-¦!¦- ,i.-- -• ;_ ¦ „.'. •_- ¦ ' --;; UNRIVALLED MAGAZINE F0R 1«1." The January number will be ready by tht;; fs't of : December,and will be, in all respcctH adpublo number, a Christinas and New Year's Gift, in fact, ¦ and superior to most. Annuals.' The carliet gnb^. '¦¦ scribers will receive the earliest copies, and there-. *'.-' fore tho most perfect impressions ofthe Mezzotints, Colored 'Engravings; &c.' Thd leading cm-/ ' bcllisfamcnt wil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

SlfflERIFF'S. SAIJS.:: :".". BY virtuif of a writ of Flu.Fi. Fa., issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Tioga cotmtyi'f and to mo directed, I havcicvicd on the folloyfrmg-' tract of land, which I fhall expose to public sahyat the Court House in Wellsborough,'on SATURk DAY, the 21st. day of December,, 1B50,: at oncj o'clock, P.Ttf. '' ¦: 'I' ' '"' A certain lot of land in Chatham tbwA>.'! ship, to wit: Lot No.2;,, in the sub-division mailo'!, by E. P. Dcahe in May; 1845,'of a tract' ofldna-' surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. 4072,- intho:; name of Robert Morris—beginning.at a hcmloc^, ',, - in the north line of said warrant, about seventy-,; one rods cast of the northwest corner of said lot;- tliencc south 89Jdeg.!cost, 712-10 perches'¦'tn''*( tj post; thence:south 1J deg.wcst 199 8.10"perches-'ii to a hemlock in the south line of said warrant; ? thence north 89 dee. west 71 2-l6 perches to oj OTHit • thrnrp Jinrth_ 1^ dcrr. casLl99 04IQ .wisbe&L ing Eighty-t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

. . ¦ $50, fiEWAttDv;;;,;;,:;:] .-BROKE JAILond escaped from the Prison of,, Tioga county, Pa., on. tlie night of the tjjh:. :-. instant, Isaac Houslandcr, committed for counter-' feiting.arid Oliver Iftrk'ness, charged withatealihg., Said Houslandcr is about middle size and height," 38 to 40 years old, brown hair, a dawn, look, and j . rather light,and trifling in conversation,,jvjtb,a. largo growth of whiskers.' '¦' t . "¦'.,' .' HarBnessis rather shbrt: and stout built, about: - 45 or 50 years of ago, rather /dark' complexion,-' large full cy.bj and heavy, eyebrows,- ', 1':':: ¦ '.]•¦-' Tlie above reward .will be paid-for tborapprci.V.. licnsion arid surrender of the said fugitives Jo-thfi^^- Sheriff of said county,'ori$3(r!lbr'-H6dtIiihoer,adils;^V $20 ^ C>» Harkncsn,' if brought ^separate; indtbc,''". -: samcTcward will be uoid.on their being 'secured;-;! : '{in tho Jail of any .other county in tliis, State, or<. ' jNew York. m. JoWMATHER&SAmfniJ . Wells...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

V::' "-RemovaL '"•<¦'» : s:'"-'}-'« BR. C. K. THOMPSON1 lifts remoYc'd Ills OCt' fico and Residence to Norl!i> Main Street;' first door below tho residencu of R. G-\yhiletEjq,v where ho is ready to attend to all cills in liisprq., fcssioD. ''': ' ¦ - : ' Wellsboro', Uov: 14:1850; "' ¦ ;•••• ¦•¦¦—I .'.",'1 - , ¦ ' ¦ 1—,..;¦" '¦•¦ f;M'/.^''.'-ii Insure Your latfcs.ij>j$i rpHE • United, States Life Insurance Annuity;.wKdji: Trust Corapariy of PluLutelptiiii, oflexa preat advantages to those wishing to cffecl.irisuraiice'<iii tb^ir lives; N ATHAN."-"rV CASE,' Agent, ii 1.; !Aug.3i, 1^'h; •¦¦ /;;¦>:• Cwipgton.'PttiK

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

.-•" A Useful Invention. :--j The newly lavcntedi-stenm-diving bell boat, built recently at Paducah, Ky„ is aecomplishingjwtthdersiJDfthc Western vyaters. She was built .for the -express purpose/ of rescuing property from suriken veiselsji and soon affer being launched and prepared for business,.she proceeded up, the .Cumbc~rland river ; to tho wreck of the steamer Charles Carroll, and in about three or four. Weeks'' time the entire cargo in the hull, consisting of some 4500 barrels .,Iof pork and lard, was taken out, and finally the hull itself was raised,, and removed from the channel of the river, to which it had formed a very seridus obstruction. T^his extensive job completed, she proceeded;'to the Ohioi" where the machinery and boilers of a sunken boat were taken out. Thence she was directed to the spot, a short distance below Cairo, whej-e. the steamer Neptune sunk, thirty years! ago, and with a dive of fiftyfive feet a number of articles wer6 rescued ,which were consi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

New YoKk Official.—The full official vote of Nejiv York is at length received. The footings are as follows : GOVEOioE. PRISON INSPECTOR. Hunt, Whig, j 214,353 Angel, D., 217,720 Seymour, Den^., 214,095 Baker, IV, ; 207,696 Hunt's niaj.: 258 Arige1'8 maj- 10,021 LT. GOVgBNOR. CLEEK OF APPEALS. . Church, D, I 217,935 Benton, D., 217,840 Cornell, W., ! 210,721 Smith, W., 210,926 Church's maj. 7,2"14 Benton's maj. 6,914 CANAL COMMISSIONER. FREE SCHOOLS. Mather, D., 214,818 For the Law, 203,501 Blakely, W., 213,762 Against, 168,284 Mather's maj. 1,056 Maj. for Law, 35,217

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

CLOCKS ANft WATCHES, ,:! ^n&mov'Aij. ••¦ ¦ ^,^;;" JOHN D.'HALL tharikfnj for past favorswiiuul ir iform;tho citizens of Wellsboro* andvicinity; that:llc has'reinoved Ws Shop"to'the,northeast corfier .of Graves' Hotel, where he will coritloud (a keep 6nliarid:a; good assdrtfrierit of GOLD* AND SILVER WATCHES of all dcscfiptiori^rCbiins and Keys j Silver Pencils and Thimbles; Breast, pins, Eai and Finger-:Rings'; and all the various arliclcsvin his line.: Also, a fine assortment-of Base and Violin Strings. ''-"',' ; CLOCKB-AND-W-ATCHES repaired on'tlie shortest notice. All kinds of repairing promptly attended to. • • '! !" ,;: - '•'-'•:' '•''•'' ¦' Having had'many years* experience in anitho branches of his' business; tlie subscriber feels entire confidence in his ability Wexccutc,his wojrk in a.gbod.ond diirablo style. He' hopes to recciyc and merit a continuance of the"" palronagCjof a discerning public. ' ' .'' ' 'October O.'l^Sp. ^ J BLANKS of ell, hinds kept on hand and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

COATS, 4to» madem in the lattst, style.. |.. t He is confedeattbat he can render 1 perfect satisi : faction to tho?? who may patron^ him in tii^ liife of tiusmess..' ' ';'{" '.' "'^"; %\' "'"„"'' ,'.. ; ! .D3"-GdtUitjrdoitci-'lft"tt» shbrtcjst notice. ,•••.-', 1 ,Wj". Alli'kioas.offcounlry; produce rrcccired! irt paymeiUforwork^at,thc,markei,nrice,; /...,;r-r.-; [ yrff«foroug^,NoTCmbcrl4,lg50,, , , ,, .,; , «• . TAILOHlWfii •--•-'•: ¦' FALL AND HvlNTEK FASHIONS FOlt ¦¦¦: v-:,i"i»:^»»:if:^ }.' .;¦''.!?% MM. CONVERSE would rqimcctfuVly inform ¦ ?- his friends arid the.public generally, that he may he found at his old stand. One floor cost of NifchoWStorc,'wh£rfr.he U at all jiimcs;propqred tft execute all orders in his;line; of ;btteincw,aSJhcf short6st'hoticc, arid on tlie most rfeasc^hK term* HavinBrcccivcd'thc Paris, Ne^ork an dBoj^i-Fashionsi for^ho^FALL'afid VyjlNTER infem cpnfidont 3r w^RBAiTiN« oneatjand :oshionaWe fit in every case. ^y* --ir ui,: I In connexion,with hi*own...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

TUC Forest Burial. Rest thcc.loycdine! we,have laid thee „ . ""-"Whew ffitfwild%wwl ma&eth sighs'; -; Tears perfume'.thebed-we made thee, Where.thc withered foliage ^ lies. Distant from thy native dwelling; . • Where wo chaVnt thy requiem ; ,,: ;, j Few the hearts with sadness swelling, : Few to join ^lie, funeral hymn. On the morrow wo must leave thee, , ,'. Lonely in thy woodland grave, Where the vini a tomb shall weave theo. Creeping where the branches wave. All thy love! fet nature breathe it, ' -• ; When the vernal hours return—Write thy nairie with flowers, and wreathe it Round thy .lonely furcst urri. '"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

THE CREDIT SYSTEM! 3edu-U<m DT linS. 8AR.AU JIAVEd. t ., . NTriE PRINTER. " How dreadfully late you are, my dear?* said Mrs. Grayson, the wife of the printer, as he entered his jown door at half past eleven at night. "I have watched and watched; for you so long, .that 1 began to feel uneasy." " Uneasy—I Ishould think you -would have became accustomed to irregular 'hours by this time," replied he, sealing himself upon the chair she had handed with a sigh. ' } You are wearied out," said his wife mournfully, as he pressed his hand to his throbbing temples; " you are working yourself to death, and what it is for 1 cannot conceive." [ " I wonder ho'iv I can help it," he replied in that desponding tone which proclaims one miserable alike, -both in body and mind. *'I am half dead with fatigue, that is true-, but there is no remedy which I can perceive; for with all my efforts I am behind, nnd have been utterly unable to gel the paper out to-day." - " The job of advertising y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 28 November 1850

Fascinating a Bull It is said that bulls are fond of music, and that a man can fiddle his way from one end of the field to the other without danger, provided he keeps up a jolly tune." A couple of Irishmen.,, this spring, were hired on a farm in Westchester county, and were much annoyed by a bbll, on their way lo work, that Ihey had la take something of a circuit around the field, where the animal was ""^Be~ jaTSerTPf"saysTPat, one morning, " I've got it Phalim, dear ; we can chate the bull,- an' cross his field.". " An1 how will ye do it, Pat ?"• - " Mighty aisy: I'll take along my fiddle, an' fascinate the baste. I'll give him Gary Owen, an' St. Patrick's Day in the Morning. Won't he be frisky ?" . " Pat was as sood as his-word. Off both started to'work and reached the.dreadful field. PHalim'sj courage began to ooze ouj a little; sjo he got behind the stone fence, Pat gallantly entered the field. The bull was feeding at some distance, and Pat began to play, i The creatur...

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