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

-kir^iglit SSAtoj^yed mm®jk.;stfwwm INVENTED'BY L. S. BACON, OF LEBOY, NEW YORK rriHE subscriber would respectfully inform the farmer,, and ^Y^f^^^^X^ 1 has the exclusive right to sell tho abovo unrivalled and celebrated cook, stove m thus and the ad JOiSlSlK^r1 SweW* aoU during -the past year in ll,e counties of Bradford, SiSeffiSS Wyoming, Pa., and all,' without exception, have given the very best satisfaca.on The ImbrSvcd Clinton Atr-Tigl.t Stove is beyond a question the most durable and the very best FARMErTcOOK STOVE ing America. It is. constructed without, an inside plate, or an nmde a£S^™ »u£«t*JireJ»ek! The Stove ,arms up quickly with- a^eratew amcun of fuel as 9 desirable: the fire chamber (3. commodious, and has an additional one for fine fuel and chips, for summrUse The oven is very largo, and.bakes in the greatest perfection • the *«kmg «rrf«. »?J^SSSSaSS5Saot&> =?ia!iHSS^=;&:^s^»^S L^B^^^^^ s^^^^^ ! rized agents for this counVy : :...

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

JT. B„ BABCOCK, TEVVELLER, WATCH AND CLOCK RE d FAIRER.—Room over the Post Office. Wellsborough, March 20,1851: B. B. SMITH, COMMISSIONER for the State of New York, \J for taking the Acknowledgment of Deeds, &.c. to bo recorded in that State. Wellsborough, January 9,1851. WEIASBOROlttJH HOTEIi, BY BORST &. JlAXWELL,(Fortneriy&«j)liy Luman Wilson.)—This House has recently bccn: materially enlarged, and thoroughly renovated and improved. It is now the most commodious Hotel in this section of the cottnty. Thc-Lesceswill aim to give entire satisfaction toi Uieir patrons'. . November 33,1850. patrons'. *ovemper ag, ioou._ _^ iBOBGAS§HERWOO», BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, and dealer in Ready-made Boots, Shoes, Over-shoes, Leathcr, Findings, Blacking, &.c. Shop on Mam st., two doors cast of Nichols* Store. Wellsborough, Nov. 21, 1850. j. s/wifciisTowlMco., DEALERS IS DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Pork, Fish, Flour, &c. , . • t rcccivco ai fiivw {P...

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

FREEMAN, HODGES Ac CO., Importers and Jobbers, 53 Liberty\Street,New Yark,.(btlv:eert VroHway ^and.Nassau.) ¦' , A RE now receiving a rich and beautiful as&ort-A. ment of Fancy Silk and Millinery Goo'ds, to whichwc 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 Wore offered in this market. Milliners can supply themselves with every article in their line, at about the coat of Importation or Auction ipriccs. Many of our goods are manu. do sfactured expressly for our own sale, and cannot surpassed for beauty or low prices. Rich Hat and Cap Ribbons, a large variety. Silks and Satins for Bonnets. . Crapes, Crape Lisscs, Tarletons and. Illusion Trimmings for Hats, Caps and 'Dresses. Jenny Lind Caps.Porty and Opera Head Dresses, Embroid'd Capes, Collars, Cuffs and Cberrtisetts. Embroidered Edgings and. Inserting, Swiss and Muslin. i . .....

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

j TAOLOBIHC1! i FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS FOR 1850-'51. M ' ' M CONVERSE wouluVespectfully inform . hislfriends and the public generally, that the Paris, New York and Boston Fashions, for the FALL andWINTER he feels confident in wab-I ranting a neat a«d. fashionable fit in every case. In connexion with his own manufacture, he will at all times! keep on hand a well selected assort ment of ' Cloths Testings, Trimmings and Beady-Made Clothing. COATS, PANTS, VESTS, CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, ifc, made up in the latest style. He is confident that he can render perfect satisfaction to those who may patronize him in liis lino of business.. ' . " , D* Cutting done at the shortest notice. ETAll kinds of country produce received in payment fori work, aCthc market price. j Wellsborough, November 14,1850.

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

TAifcOBinrc*! FALL &. WINTER FASHIONS FOR 1851. HP. ERWIN respectfully informs the piti-• zens of Wellsborough and vieinity, 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 ixecute all work entrusted to hip care, with neatness and despatch, on the mosl reasonable terms. ! . ,i THE LATEST FASHIONS are regularly re. ceived from Now York and Philadelphia; 'rfnd he feels confident j>f rendering satisfaction to all who desire their Work done in a neat, fashionable and durable manner. CUTTING dona to order on the shortest notice, for" pay down." , , All kinds bf country produce (delivered) received in paymeht for work, at -the market prices. . " - WtllaboroWh.Fcb.-13,1851. .'-'-.. ,

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

Sharing and Hair Brassing. GC. CAMPBELL would respectfully inform . his friends and the public, thjt he has removed his Barber Shop to the Basement story of the Wcllsboilo'Hotel, where he. will bo happy to take his friends and customers by the nose as often as convenient. Having practised the. Shatin"- business for a long time, he. feels. cpnCdfiit of his°ability toi doit up in asfltfroer-bususiyie as any of the "phaving shops" in the-country.! HAIR DRESSING dono up in accordance ¦ with the "latest styles," and with perfect satis, faction. Call and try the edge of his raiors and the cut of his shears. Nov. 21,1850.-

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

JACrK&OlV'S- FACTORY. THIS establishment lias recently been repaired and unproved, and with the addition of a, sett of New Machinery, .combining the latest improvements, is now prepared, for manufacturing Cloths and Flannels of ever>' variety and all widths, from three to thirteen quarters. WANTED KXMT.DIATELY, ANY QUANTITY OF GOOD WOOL, ' To manufacture an Shares, by the Yard, or in exchange for Cloth. The following articles will bo kept op hand, viz: Broad Cloths of all colors and qualities; broad and narrow mixed Cloths, Sheep's Greys, Cassimercs, Tweeds, French Cassimercs, and Fancy Snipes of various colors and qualities; Blankets and white and -colored Flannels of all width, and Plaids of various patterns—all of which wc 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 h...

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

WELLSBOROUGH 1S&&T AISB SHOE STOBSE. On Main Street, two doors below Nichols' Store. -]i.fORGAN SHERWOOD would respectfully 1VL inform his friends and the public generally, that ho has just opened an elegant assortment of .- MEN'S AND BOY'S COARSE AND yifl FINE BOOTS; AND LADIES' AND W® MISSES' SHOES of every description, HSS&j. and the latest'styles. Also, a general Iff*§^ii.«sortmcnt 0f SHOE FINDINGS, all kinds of LEATHER, BLACKING, &c., kept constantly on hand.^ , In addition to the" above, he lias just returned from New York City with tho laiicest and best 1 assortment of BOOTS and SHOES ever brought to this place, and challenges any other similar establishment in this region to compare stock and work,; cither in point of excellence of .material, ' style of workmanship, fashion, cheapness of prices ¦ or durability ; consisting in part as follows1: Gentlemen's Wear, HUNGARIAN Coarse and Kip' Boots far Men and Boys', d new article, intended expr...

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

CLOCKS AMD WATCHES. REMOVAL. TQHN D. HALL thankful for past favors would J' inform the cifwehs of Wellsboro' and vi="»ty, that he, has -removed his Shop to the northeast corner of Graves' Hotel, where he will mbmieto keep on. han4 i; good assortment of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES of all descriptions! Chains and Keys; Silver Pencils and Thimbles; Breastpins, Ea. and Finger Rings; and all tho various articles in his Imp. Also, a fine assortment of Base and Violin Strings. ^w • CLOCKS AN.D WATCHES repaired on the shortest notice. All kinds of repaying promptly attended to." ' ." . -,, .t. Having had many ycars'.cxpcnenco in all tho branches of his business*the subscriber fecjs entire confidence in his ability to execute his work in a good and durable style. Ho hopes to receive and merit a continuance of the patronage of a discerning public. " October 9,1850V

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

Another Scientific Wonder. PEPSIN! AN ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE FLUID, er Gastric. Juice i-A great Dyspep. sia Curer. Prepared from Rennet, or the fourth Stomach of tho Qi, after directions of Baron Lei. beg,, tho great Physiological Chemisli by J. S. Houghton, M.. D., No. li, North Eighth street. Philadelphia." ! This is a truly wonderful remedy for INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, LIVER COMPLAINT, CONSTIPATION and DEBILI. TY, curing after nature's own method, by Nnttirc's own agent, the Gastric Juice. Haifa teaspoonful of this Fluid, infused in water will digest or dissolve, Jive pounds of Room Beef in about two hours, out of the stomach. DIGESTION.;, Digestion is chiefly performed in the stomach by the act of a fluid which ficely exudes from the inner coat of that organ, when in a state of health called the Gastric Juice. The Fluid is the great solvent of the food, the purifying, preserving, and stimulating agent of the stomach and intestines. Without it there will bo no digestio...

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

CA»BIA«E MANUFACTORY. Wagons, Buggys, Cutters, Sleighs, &«• SHOP on Main Street, near the Academy. D ARTT & GRAY would inform tho inhabitants of Tioca county,, that they have com. menceTthe CA^RIAGeJaND WAGON MA. KING BUSINESS in Wellsborough, and that they arc now prepared lo execute all work that may be entrusted to their care. FINISHED IVOIIK SUCH AS BUGGY WAGONS, LUMBER WAG^ ONS, SLEIGHS, CUTTERS, &c, will bo kept on hand and for sale. They would invite those wishing to purchase to call and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. - Persons ordering vehicles can rest assured that their orders will be promptly attended to, and that tho work will bo made in-a neat and durable manner, and of the best material that can be procured. -REPAIRING AND PAINTING of all kinds dono on the' shortest notice, ana^most'reasonable terms. •- ... k „„ 03* All kinds of Produce received in exchange for work, at the market prices. DABxT, .Juuo4,1850, H. N. *GRAY. '...

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

MAREAN'S IMPROVED PATENT WASHING MACHINE. THE subscriber would state, in connection with tho above, that ho is agent for Marcan s celebratcd Machine for washing clothes, for. «c'"?»- tough, Delinar and Charleston. This Mochmo waa patented on the lst.of January, 1850, ana is fas.t taking the place of all other washing machine* now in use. It is especially recommended for tno case wilh'which it works. Call ^examine. Wellsboro', June 4,'50. H. N. GRAY, Ag t. RS^^Jsi^'

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

> ' ¦i 0 NEW ABBAWfiEIHENTS For 1851. i a MHIllb ^ sll l illlllr H THE subscriber takes this method of informing bis customers and the public, that he has remqved to the building formerly occupied by O. B. Goodman, deceased, opposite the Post Office; and that he 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 can be purchased elsewhere in Northern Pennsylvania, or Southern New York. Among his assortment of Stoves may be found some of tho following desirable patterns: COOK STOVES. New World, Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6. 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 C]ty, elevated oven, - - Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5. Fulton, improved, ... - Nos. 1,2, 3,4,5. PARLOR STOVES. ' . Albany City, air-tight, S0*" o* 2* i" Non-Condcnsing, air-tight, - - - Nos. 3,4, 5. ...

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

Snpilay School Hooks, t 1 FRESH supply .of publications of tho Arhejri A. caiiSuudaySchool Vhioni'ju-^w^ivcd. Wellsb6ro%Nov.l4. GEO. MclEOD.

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

O ACK SALT.—A lot just received and Tot-sale D by [Mar. 13.) HOYT & HALL. /VL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES, of all VJ sixes and colprs, ^received and for sole by January 23. ; ; L. LJHCHOL&

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 15 May 1851

•For the WeUsboroUgh Advertiser The Snow and Flowers. BT LYDIA JANE r-IEBSON Woe to the flowers, I said, The early blooming flowers j For cold on every fragrant head Descends the frozen showers. . Woe to the lovely buds "-. That never now may bloom j 1 The storm has crush'd them in their beds, And built their snow white tomb. Move the silent earth, The snow has wrought a shroud, And heaven bends mournful o'er the scene . Veil'd with a sable cloud. ^ i . Thus o'er the .hearts young bloom1 The ehroud of sorrow lies, ' v And Hope's sweet buds, and Joy'sfair flower Are crush'd, no more to rise. While thus I mused, the snow Where melting where it lay, And thin and bright the floating clouds Were vanishing away. . ,, And gloriously the sub : Shone o'er, the radiant scene,' Arid green and fresh the glad eartbTsmiled The showy wreath 1>etween; ' Then one sweet daffodil Rais'd up her golden head, Shook from her crest the icy dew, And thus in seeming, said: Sister—the snow of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 15 May 1851

THE TIUKEIiX WARNING A THRILLING STORY. Select gtovitfi My father, after an. absence of three years, returned to the home so dear to him. He had made his last voyage, and rejoiced to have reached a haven of rest from the perils of the sea. During his absence I had grown from a mere child and baby of my mother's, (for I was her youngest,) into a rough, careless, head-strong boy. . Her gentle voice no longer restrained me. I) was often wilful ^ and sometimes disobe-j dient. I thought it indicated manly supe-j riority to be independent of woman's in-' fluence. My father's return was a fortu-i nate circumstance for me. I saw by his manner that it displeased him, although for a few days, he said nothing to me about it. It was an afternoon in October, bright and golden, that my father told me to get my hat, and take a walk with him. We turned down a narrow lane into a fine open field—a favorite play ground for the children in the neighborhood. After talking cheerfully on different...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 15 May 1851

I Rappfngs A Dutch widower, out; west, whose better half departed on the long journey to the spirit land some twelve months ago determined, the other day,:tp:consult the ^'Rappers,*' an J endeavored id obtain a spiritual communication, feeling, anxious respecting the future state of his wife. These ¦". rappers," be~it;known,;were not ihd genuine " mediums," but of a bogus kind—adventures endeavoring to reap a harvest out of the late mysterious 'developments. After the usual c6remonies, the Spirit,of "Mrs. HaUntz" rnanifested. by raps Its willingness to converse \v,iih her disconsolate spouse.; "Ish dat'you, Mrs; tfa'uhtz'?" inquired the Dutchman. _ '"' *KYes, dearest, it is vour owp wife, who " You lie,| J'ou ^Vlf a.ghost," interrupted Hauntz, starting from his seat," " VnihVfrau speak nothing but iDeitch; -and 'she never said .":tearest'Un her life. It. was always " Hauntz, you.tief,?! or •,«« Hauntz, you t[rty skhajnp If a^d the Dutchman hobbled from the room well satisjSe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 15 May 1851

From the Philadelphia Inquirer. The Temptations of Social 1,'ifc. Select miBttlinriQ YOUNG MEN. " What war so croel,'or what siege so sore. As that wliicti strong temptation doth apply." How fearful are the tempations of social life, especially to the young in years, the buoyant in disposition, the confiding in spirit, the credulous, the sanguine, and the self-confident! How few who rush wildly and recklessly into the fascination of plea^ sure, and the delusions of society, " know, themselves," or understand their weakness, their tastes, their infirmities! How few can realize the full force and power of habit, especially if their experience has been limited, if thelr ^ physical organization be imperfect,^ their impulsRs are warm and rash, and if, with the.ability to please, and the disposition to enjoy, they see only the bright flowers, and are unconscious of the thorns and brambles that beset the wayside1 of life! Social re-'unioris, conducted on correct principles, are eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 15 May 1851

Dreams and Dreaming Dreams were once believed to have a supernatural origin; and interpreters of visions were common at that period. Among many savage tribes this idea of dreaming still prevails. Weak minded people, in civilized society, not unfrequently hold the sariie opinion. We-need not say, however; that all such notions of visions are superstitious arid ridiculous. The true origin of dreaming is to be sought principally in physical causes. .A healthy parson is little apt to dream, ^"igorous, though not excessive exercise through the day, a good digestion, and a mind free from care, are the surest preventives from dreams. But when the intellect has been overworked, whgn the stomach is filled to repletion, and when the veins are consumed by',: fever, then visions haunt the sleep, often bf.'the rhost horrible character.- Lying on the back induces dreams with many persons. Hot suppers, just before retiring, are almost" sure to cause dreams. Anger, in the evening, is another ...

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