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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

Governor jolipsttm. From the Huntingdon Journal It is with feelings of unalloyed satisfaction that we this week place at our mast Sadtne Tame of VVM..F. JOHNSTON, as our first choice for standard bearer in the approach!^ contest. We do this from a deep conation that no other man can excite the same degree of enthusiasm, or rally around him the same number of elements to ensure victory. In consideration of his deep devotion to the cherished principles of Pennsylvania, and his strenuous exertions to maintain them, it may be safely asserted that no Governor, since the days bf Simon Snyder, ever enjoyed the confidence of the party which elected, him and thc respect of his \ opponents, to a greater extent than Wrri. F. i Johnston. Nor is this strange; for his course has been such as lo'endear "him to the people, and they know that he has on every occasion* when an opportunity offered evinced a determination to promote their interests by advocating and enforcing such measures as...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

An Interesting Incident. The Greenville (S. C.) Patriot relates ^he following: ' Tho other day, in conversation with Miss Dix, the philanthropist, during her visit to" Greenville, a lady said to her, " Are you not afraid to travel all over the country alone, and have you not encountered dangers and been in perilous situations ?" " I am naturally timid," said Miss Dix, "and diffident, like all my sex; but, in order to carry out my purposes, I know that it is necessary to make sacrifices and encounter dangers. It is true, I have been, in my travels through different States, in perilous situations. J will' mention ..one, which occurred in the State of Michigan. I had hired a carriage and driver to convey me some distance through an uninhabited portion of the country. In startingvI dis covered that the driver, a young lad, had a pair of pistols with him. Inquiring- what he was doing with arms, he said he carried them to protect us, as he had heard that robberies had been committ...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

The Witchcraft of Women. I want to tell you a secret. The way to make yourself pleasing toothers is to show that you care for them. The whole world is like a miller at Mansfield, " who cared for nobody—no, not he, because nobody cared for him." And the whole world will serve you so if you give them the same cause. Let every one, therefore, see that you do care for them, by showing Ihem what Sterne so happily calls-, " the small, sweet courtesies of life," those courtesies in which there is no parade, whose voice is too still to tease, and which manifest themselves by lender and affectionate looks, and little kind acts of attention—giving others the preference in every little enjoyment at the table, in the field, walking, sitting or standing. This is the spirit that gives to your time of life, and to your sex, their sweetest charm. It constitutes the sum total of all the witchcraft of woman. Let the world see that your first carets for yourself,-and you will spread the solitu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

THE WELLSBOROUGH ADVERTISER

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

Seasonable Hints. A cotemporarytgives the following advice for those whom it may concern: ¦ To The Bots.—>-Never marry a girl who is fond of being always in the street—who is fond of running to'night meetings—who has a jewelled hand and ah empty head—who will see her mother work and toil while she lays in bed and reads novels or feigns.sickness—who is ashamed to own her mother because she dresses plain, never learned grammar^ or was. unaccustomed to the etiquette of trie drawing room—who is always complaining that she cannot get money enough to dress like Miss So-andso, or go to parties; like Such-a-one, who wears her shoes slipshod or has a hole in her stockings and is top lazy to mend it. Should you get-such a one depend upon it, you will have a dirty, untidy, miserable home and life of it. You will be kept poor all your life. But the kind, affectionate, tidy girl who helps her mother, is always ready and anxious to accomodate mother, father, brothers and sisters; who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

How to. Prevent Taking Cold. Next to living much in the open air they who would break the habit of taking cold, should accustom themselves to the frequent, or at least daily^ use of cold water—not only externally but internally. The application of cold water to the internal surface of the humati body has been chiefly confined to preventing or mitigating tliirst; while its application to the outside lias been regarded as a means of promoting cleanliness. Now; its value for these two great purposes, is beyond human ken or estimate, despite of thc criticisms which have of Iatev been brought to bear against it.k But important: as water is to dil»te the blood, quench the thirst, and keep the skin mucus membranes clean, it has,, as I believe, a much higher mission. The higher office or mission of cold water to the living domain, consists in imparting tone and vigor to the skin and sympathising membranejs. Thc first effect of this sort is to keep up a healthy action in the textures...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

Education "Down East." 1 he following advertisement in the Bangor Jeffersonian speaks well for eddycation in " Holeton," a town dowtron the btirder of Maine, celebrated as the residence ^of a distinguishedpollyticioighn or two: Notice I!—Teacheb Wanted.—-The schule in Holeton, bein out ov a preceptor,-(the last one hayen ben descharged for warnt ov incompefiveness.)—No wun nede appli without tha haij the follerin qwallifier> kashunes, too whitj: Tha muss not be agin the modereight uce ov licker dealers Naw we dont warnt noboddi witch belong tu noe churche, seein as nowe that wood pregerdis the minds ov the jchildern : an menn upp hear dont bleeve no sitchthyngs. he Must preduse; sallisfacturre evidens that, lie is aginst awl fannytic abberlishnes't witch hev so oftin destroid arid dizzolved iwer glorus union. ; Ryten must be tort asj other hyar branchiz. • Pose skrighpt.—jit iz eckspecled that the teecher will git bik helth ensho^red, in under that there ma bee noe in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

MARRIAGES In Blossburg, on the 17th inst., by John Evens, Esq., Mr. Joseph Dickens, of WiUiamsport, and Jtfiss Susan Monevwam, of Liberty. In Charleston, on tho 26th instant, by Rev. C. Bcebc, Rev. John Davies, of Blossburg, and "Miss Ann EdwAn ds, of Charleston.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

LIST OF PERSONS ASSESSED with licenses for ^ the sale of Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Commodities, and Ef-(bets, for the license year commencing May 1,1851: Names. Residence. Class. Amount. W. M. MaUory, Bloss, 10 820 00 Jarvis Harlburt,* do. 14 10 50 A. H. Gaylord,* do. 14 10 50 O. F. Taylor, Covington, 13 10 00 Potnam & Packard, do. - 13 10 00 Edwin Dyerj do. 14 7 00 D.Caldwell, do. 14 7 00 J. C. Bennct,* do. 14 10 50 Wm. Spanlding* Chatham, 14 10 50 Oliver Elliott, Charleston, 14 - 7 00 John Adams,* do." 14 10 50 H, S. Holcomb, Delmar, 14 7 00 O. S. Gregory & Co., do. 14 7 00 Wm. McNit, do. 14 7 00 Billings &. McNeil, do. 14 7 00 Thomas Clark* do. * 14 10 50 Joseph Polmer, Jr.,* do. 14 10 50 O. Warrincr,* & do. 14 10 50 Wm. A. FaulkncrfT Deerfield, 14 7 00 J. P. Sleeper, Brookfield, 14 7 00 A. Harris, do.. 14 7 00 Harris,* do. " 14 10.50 J. &. J. Parkhnrst, ElUland, 12 12 00 G.W.Phelps,- do. 14 7 00 Smith &. Secly, do. 14 7 00 G...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

TAILORING! SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS FOR 1851. MM. CONVERSE would respectfully inform » hia friends and thc public generally, that the Paris, New York and Boston Fashions ^ for the SPRING & SUMMER, he feels confident in warranting a neat and 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, Vcstiugs, Trimmings and Ready-Made.Clothing. COATS, PANTS, VESTS, CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, tfc^ 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. HT Cutting done at the shortcst.notice. EFA11 kinds of country produce received in payment for work, at the market price. Wellsborough, May 20,1851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

NEW ltllLIiIIVERY, IN COVINGTON, PA. MISS M. SHAW would re- ^. specttully inform thc Ladies JfeX and ^ thc public generally, that she jJx^Im has opened a Millinery establish. (G£$k ^m w ment in' the village of Covington, {T'; %4J> p! H where she has just received a new \y. w s|r^ and beautiful assortment of vj:.-«j& %fa MILLINERY GOODS. ® yl i\ She will he ready, at all times, to furnish those who may favor her with a call, with Rotinets of every variety, of the best material, and the.latest style, on reasonable terms. She always keeps on hand a general assortment of Millinery Goods, Bonriets, Silks, Ribbons, FEATHERS, FRENCH $ DOMESTIC ARTIFICIALS, and Trimmings of every description. Covington, May 8, 1851-4t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

JUST RECEIVES*! A NEW SUPPLY OF SPRING AHH SU3IJT1ER GOODS. NOW IS THE TLMEWPURCHASE GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH!! Dry Goods, Groceries, AND EVERYTHING. IN THE STORE LINE!!! JUST received, direct from New /,«<*A ** York City, and now open at the jWii»:ira|| store of the subscriber, in Wellsboro', JSLljS where all desirous of purchasing DRVwmiiwIeb GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, &c, at cash prices, will find it to their interest to call. April 30,1851. - L. I. NICHOLS. T. £.. BALDWIN & CO., AT TIOGA VILLAGE, ARE NOW ON HAND with another large and well selected assortment of MEW GOODS, to which they would invite the particular attention of their old customers and the public generally. BEAR IN MIND*. TJiat they tiill not be undersold by any one in Northern Pennsylvania!! T. L. BALDWIN, Tioga, May 15,1851. J. A. MATHEWS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

WELLSBOROUGH BOOT AND SHOE STORE. ¦ On Main Street, tjco doors lelouy Nichols' Store. MORGAN SHERWOOD would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he'has just returned from New York City with a large and elegant assortment of -- MEN'S AND BOY'S COARSE AND MP FINE BOOTS; AND LADIES' AND will MISSES' SHOES of every description, THroifc and the latest stylos. Also, a general ^S^assortment of SHOE FINDINGS, all kinds of LEATHER, BLACKING, &c, kept constantly on hand. His stock consisting in part as follows: Gentlemen's Wear. GENTLEMEN'S Fine Calf, Coarse and Kip Boots and Shoes. BOYS' and YOUTH'S Fine, Coarse and Kip Boots and Shoes. GENTS Enamelled and Morocco Pumps. ladies' Wear. JENNY LIND Excelsiors, Enamelled Buslins, Patent Leather, Polkas and Lasting Gaiters and Slippers, of all kinds; MISSES and CHILDREN'S Boots, Leather Buskins, Enamelled, Buttoned and Colored Cacks of every description. Thankful for past favors, he hopes by strict attention ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

Shaving and Hair Dressing. GC. CAMPBELL wouW respectfully inform • his friends and thc public, that he has removed his Barber Shop to the Basement story of tho Wellsboro* Hotel, where he will be happy to take his friends and customers by tho nose as often as convenient. Having practised the Spacing-business for a long time, he feels confident of his ability to do it up in as'ZJarler-ous a style as any of the "shaving shops"in the country. HAIR DRESSING done up in accordance with,the "latest styles," and with perfect satis, faction. Call and try the edge of his razors and tho cut of his shears. ~ Nov. 21,1850. TEA at New York Prices. R ROY, agent for the Canton/«x4*A • Tea Company, offers great in- |S|» duccments- to those who wish to get a , Jjt [J 1 choice article of TEA, at a low prico.jgiEpsiia by paying thc cash. This Tea is put up in tinfoil wrappers, in pound, half pound and quarter pound packages. Always to be returned if it docs not suit tho purchaser. Try it! Try it! We...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

Jpurifg JJi±JBloob. vj^yr^^^ssiBgftSiBfHflifflHffBiBffS^fgfflr^ The best Family Medicine now bafore the pnillc. It has been computed, that during tlie last twenty years, three millions of persons have annually been benefited by the use of these Medicines; a fact which speaks volumes in favor of their curative properties^—a Single trial will place them beyond the reach of competition in . the-estimation of every patient By their use the blood is restored to a pure and healthy state, freed from all impurities! Tlie system is not reduced during their operation, but invigorated,' and they require no restraint from business-or pleasure Tho afflicted have in Moffat's Life Fills and Phoenix Bitters, a remedy that will do for theui all that medicine can possibly effect. The genuine of these medicines are now put tip with a fine steel engraved wrapper nnd labels, and copy right secured according to the laws of Obtf United States. Prepared by W. B. MOFFAT, M.D., New-York. For sale by - R. R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

l&cgistcr's Notice. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thatthe Administrators of the following named Estate have settled their accounts, and that the same will bo presented to the Orphans' Court of Tioga conn, ty, on tho first Monday in Juno next, for confirmation and allowance, viz: Thc account of Thomas Putnam, Administrator de bonis non of John G. Boyd, late of Covington, deceased. Also the account of Ephraim B. Gerould, Administrator of thc estate of John GC Boyd, deceased, rendered by Thomas Putnam, Administrator de bonis noli of said, estate. - JNO. N. BAGHE, Register. Register's Office, Wellsboro', April 30,1851. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

THE GREAT WONDER OF 1851! That Goods can be bought as cheap in TIOGA VILLAGE : As any place in Western New York or Northern Pennsylvania. RH. MARRIOTT having opened a Grocery, : • Provision and Clothing Store in the Village : of Tioga, offers for sale a largo supply of Provi. ; sibns^such as PORK, BEEF, HAMS\ SHOUL- : DERS, smoked BEEF, SALT FISH, FLOUR,! &c, and GROCERIES of alk kinds. Also a large assortment of ¦ " I ready-made clothng. j A large supply 'of all tho above articles keep * constantly on hand, and sold at wholesale, on betail, for cash or exchange, at prices that defy oH competition.' N. B. LUMBER and SHINGLES taken in ex. change for Goods. Jan. 8, 1851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

NEW PROVISION & GROCERY STORE. M BORST has fitted up a new and convenient • Store;next door to tho Wellsborough Hotel,. on Main fitrcct,--whcre lie is receiving and will keep for sale a largej stock of • GROCERIES & CONFECTIONERY, ! well assorted, and of excellent qualities. He will also keep ."'".' FlouiyPovk, Hams, and Eisb, and a'genori! supply of PROVISIONS and other articles suitable to the market. By always keeping a full supply, and BEtUita . low, he hopes to receive a" liberal patronage. . Wellsborough, July 24,1850. ; , ORN STARCH AND FARINA-^.nicpif.f ticlo for Puddings, just received and for sola : by [April 17.] HOYT & HALL.: : F OUR always on hand and for sale by / . Sept. 4._- M. BORST. STONE WARE.—A general assortment juit received by [Jan. 22.] L. 1. NICHOLS. CRACKERS!—"Plenty of'em." Who said we Were out? ¦ •' • .' ..: i March 13. ^ UOYT & IMLL.I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

Trasses. A LARGE assortment of TRUSSES, of all sizes and qualities, just received and for sale at R, ROY'S Drug Store. " May 1,1851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 1851

NEW ARRANGEMENT^ For ISSIr % J|||9p ^: THE subscriber takes this method of informing his customers and the-public, that he has removed to thc 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 Rox Stoves, TIN, SHEET-IRON &. SHELF HARDWARE, at mnch lower rates than can be purchased elsewhere in Northern Pennsylvania, or Southern New York. Among his assortment of Stoves may be found some of the following desirable patterns: COOK STOVES. New World, *Nos.3,4,5,R Bang-Up, large oven, - - - Nos. 2,3, 4,5. Yankee Notion, Nos. 5, G. Western, - - Nos. 3,4,5,6, Fancy North American, - - Nos. 4, 3,2,1. Queen City, elevated oven, -- - Nos. 2, 3, 4,5. Fulton, improved, - - - - Nos. 1,2-, 3, 4, 5. ' PARLOR STOVES. Albany City, air-tight, Nos. 2,3,4. Non-Condensing, air-tight, - - - Nosi 3,4,5.' Fluted, air-tight, Nos. 4,5, 6. BOX STOVES. Fluted...

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