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

Butter. Sfte ftuvmtx Milk is the most natural and common food of man. Out of Milk hvo other common articles of food are obtained, viz.: cheese and butter; butler exists in the form of very small globules, and out of 100 parts of cow's milk, !3,75 parts qC butter are obtained. Human milk contains about onesixth more butter than the above. Butter is indebted to a substance called " butryne" for its fine flavor. Casein, the cheesey milter of milk, if not well removed from tpo' butter, by working, soon putrifics, and will.give tho butter a bad taste. Butter does not appear to have been known to the ancients, at least so far as^ history reveals knowledge, but we can not believe that butler was unknown' to them for all ihisl VVe read of "a land flowing with milk and honey," but no butter ; still this is not conclusive against the reasonable conclusion that.the old Hebrews -did know, what it was. The .oldest hint, historically, is given by Herodotus, who ascribes the use of it to t...

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

Posts Inverted. *It is.now generally believed that posts will endure much longer if inverted, than when set in their natural position. The fact, it is said,"" has not been satisfactorily explained." Now it appears to me that the difficulty in explaining this, is the same with that of explaining the circulation of the sap. The mechanism, if any there be, in the green tree, remains the same in the dry. In the green tree the sap ascends through the poresi or tubes, in the wood, and descends between the wood and bark. Hence, if a post.be set in its natural position, the moisture from the ground will ascend in the same way, if not on the same principle that the sap. ascended in the living tree. Hence such a post will be found wet,jor moist, internally.at some distance abojve the surface of the ground. If set in on in verted position! pis will not often be the case, (as thecirp ilation would be downward instead of upward.) Hence such n" post will generally ba dry within, even- bel...

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

Poultry. There seems to be-no branch of domestic economy less understood than profitably raising poultry. When \Ve say profitably we do not speak of their value in dollars and cents, for we hold that every dwelling, however humble or splendid it may be, should have a few chickens around them ; for there are times in almost every family, both in sickness and health, when money cannot buy the little luxuries that chickens give us. What -profit is there in keeping fifty or one hundred hens, without a corresponding supply of eggs.' Most people think that chickens must pick up their; own living, and yield a good siipply-pf eggs in the bargain, but we have found thpt chickens forced to roam for their dailyIfood, have little time and inclination to lay i and those who expect a good supply of eggs without generous feed, may as well plant their choice vegetable seeds in a sand? bank, and look for tender, delicious vegetables. We have had some little experience in the " hencry," and hav...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 29 May 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 BTJSI NESS, in all its. branches, at his .shop on Main street, near the \Vellsborough Hotel, where he is prepared to execute all work entrusted to his care, with neatness and despatch, on the most rcasonai ble terms. THE LATEST FASHIONS are regularly reccived from Now York and Philadelphia ;and'he feels confident of rendering satisfaction to all who desire their work done in a neat, fashionable and durable mariner. ..' ~ i CUTTING done to order onj.the shortest notice, for " pay down." * All Minds, of country produce (delivered) received in payment for work, at the inarket prices. Wellsborough, Feb. 13,18Sll; "

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

. Terms of Publication. Tlie Wellsboro' Advertiser ispublishedevery Thursday morning; and furnished to subscribers at $1.50 per annum if paid in advance; or $2 ii payment be delayed over the year. No subscription taken for a shorter period than six months, and when for that term only, payment must be made strictly in advance or 81 will be charged. The foregoing terms! will be strictly adhered-to. No paper will be discontinued' until paid for, unless at the option of the editor. Advertisements will bo inserted affiftycents per square, of fourteen lines, for first insertion, and twenty-five cents per square for every subsequent one. Yearly advertisements inserted at a reasonable discount on thc foregoing rates. [CTTransient advertising payable in advance. CA11 letters must bo post-paid. TO ADVERTISERS.—Thc circulation of the " Wellscorouch Advertiser" is LARGER than that of any other paper in the county. It circulates extensively throughout Tioga and Potter counties. Farmers O...

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

It. ROY, DRUGGIST, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Confectionery, Toilette Articles, &.c, Main street, two doors south of Dcrow's.Ilotcl. Wellsborough, May 8, 1851. J. B. BABCOfli, JEWELLER, WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRER.—Room over thc Post Office. WelUboroujrh, March 30, 1851. B. B. SMITH, COMMISSIONER for thc State of New York, for taking thc Acknowledgment of Deeds, &.c. to be recorded in that State. Wellsborough, January 9, 1851. MORGAN SHE It WOOD, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, and dealer in Ready-made Boots, Shoes, Over-shoes, Leather, Findings, Blacking, &c.. Shop on Main st., two doors east of Nichols' Store. Wellsborough, Nov. 21, 1850. J. S. WIIXISTOTf & CO.,-DKALERS l.\ DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Pork, Fish, Flour, &c. O" Country Produce received at inarket prices in exchange for goods. ACLloyd's, Piue Creek, Sent. 4, 1S50. G. M. LAJTIB, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAI-KR IS AMERICAN &. IMPORTED HARDWARE CUTLERY, Sic....

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

WEI,Ii§J3®R©' ACABE3IY. THE Fifth Term of this Institution, under thc 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 from that Institution as a scholar and teacher. • Thc Trustees feel a pleasure in recommending this school to thc continued patronage of the 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 be wanting to insure this result. ITES TKU 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, - • -.- 5.00 Music (with use of piano) extra, -.-.-- 8.00 TRUSTKES. JAS. LOWREY, WILLIAM BACHE, J. F. DONALDSON, L. I. NICHOLS, SAMUEL DICKINSON. W...

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

REMOVED. SEEMT'S BOOT & SHOE ^ MANUFACTORY. Removed to the Old Stand on South Main'Street, nearly opposite'Dr. Packer's Office. THE subscriber hereby tenders his grateful acknowledgements to his friends and tlie public, for thc very liberal patronage heretofore entended to him in his line of business, and would respectfully solicit a continuance of favors from his old MlTl customers and the public general-Xi I ly. Ho has now on hand C5dfc»-fei<d£9 A UASDSOMli ASSORTMENT 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 thewants of this community. Ho is prepared to manufacture every variety of Men's, Ladies', Misses, Bey's and Children's Coarse and Fine Boots d- Shoes. He would say to all, COME AND SEE! before you purchase elsewhere. Call at'thcsignof the UBIG BOOT," on South Main street. BENJAMIN SEELY. Wellsborough, "April 2, 1851. Qj* All persons knowing ...

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

To the FIsysicIaBs of Tioga County. - & TUST RECEIVED! the largest,<^^L *" most complete and carefully selected Xs8f"5f STOCK OF MEDICINES in the coun- tWm, ty, will now be found at R. ROY'S fcg§2§> Drug Store, in Wellsborough. Call and see for yourselves.- _ I 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 — 29 May 1851

JACKSON'S FACTORY. THIS establishment has recently been repaired and improved, and with the addition of a sett of New Machinery, combining the latest improvements, is now prepared for manufacturing Cloths and Flannels of every variety and all widths, from three to thirteen quarters. VTAXTKO- PIMEDIATEI.Y, AXY Ql'ANTlTV OF C'oOD WOOL, To manufacture on Shares, by thc Yard, or in exchange for Cloth. The following articles will be kept on hand, viz: Broad Cloths of all colors and qualities; broad and narrow mixed Cloths, Sheep's Greys, Cassiuiercs, Tweeds, French Cassi-mcrcs, and Fancy Stripes 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 sec for themselves, before purchasing elsewhere. Those having Wool to dispose of wi...

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

DEERFIELD WO©IiETC MANUFACTORY NEAR KNOXVILLE, PA. WANTED! 50,000 lbs. of GOOD WOOL immediately, at thc above factory, to manufacture on shares or by the yard, or in exchange Cloth. Thc subscribers having recently erected a large and commodious new building, on tlie scite of thc old one which was destroyed by fire some time since, and have also procured, at heavy expense, an entire set of new Machinery, combining the latest improvements, for manufacturing cloth, all of which is now in successful operation, they therefore feel confident that every satisfaction will be given to all who may favor them with their patronage. Clotli ©rcssiiig done at the shortest notice, for cash, wool, grain, in fact all kinds of merchantable produce at market prices. C\LOTHS of all kinds manufactured in width from nine to eleven quarters. None but experienced workmen are cniployed in the above factory. E. BOWEN, B. S. BOWEN, GEORGE WILKINS. Dcerficld, Tioga Co., Pa., March G, 1850.

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

WEsLIiSBSOR©' FOUNDRY. LEVI CHUBBUCK having associated with him in business J. D. Wood, will continue to manufacture CASTINGS of all descriptions, usually kept in a country Foundry. They will continue to manufacture and keep on hand an assortment of Ploughs, Points, Sleigu and Bob Shoe*, &c, &c. They will keep on hand a good assortment of Ploughs, Plough Points, Scrapersy Sleigh Shoes, Wagon Boxes, Fire Dogs and other Castings,made of the best iron and warranted to be sojd as low as at any other establishment. i Persons in want of any of thc ab_ovc'articles will do well to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as they will find tho best assortment ever before offered in this market, and will he sold at low prices. Intended enlargement will soon be made, of which due notice will be given to thc public. . LEVI CHUBBUCK, October 1, 1850. J. D. WOOD.

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

H fX\7"ILLOW WAGONS; S A VV Buoojis, Pails; 2 >.!j^ Sugar Boxes, Churns; ^ « ¦< Ba skets, (all kinds ;) |S B ffi Tubs, and Keelehs ; :H o Butteh Prints, and Ladles; § m °* Clothes Pins, Mors; Si« E"1 Rattan Chairs, Soap Bowls; " gig?"4 Potato Mashers, etc., &c. gl O And a variety of "little traps," too §1 ""' numerous to mention. " P\ L Wellsborough, April 17,1851. Sunday School SSooks. A FRESH supply of publications of the Amcrican Sunday School Union, just received. Wellsborb', Nov. 14. GEO. McLEOD. BOOTS AND SHOES.—A large assortment always on hand and for sale at the lowest prices, at the store of , May 8,1851. L. I. NICHOLS. Qlh CLOTH WINDOW SHADES^ of all sizes and colors, just received and for sale by ; January 23. L. I. NICHOLS,

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

Cabinet & Joiner Shop; SHOP south end Main street, near the Academy. rpHE subscriber would respectfully inform the X public in general, that he intends to keep on hand, or make to order, an assortment of Cabinet work, consisting of Secretaries, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Stands, &c. Ac. All kinds of Joiner work and Window Sash, made to order, and in tho most workmanlike manner. Also, COLVER'S PATENT CHURN, AND SABIN'S PATENT WASHING MACHINES. The subscriber would particularly invite ^ho attention of tho public to these two articles, for they are great labor-saving machines, and cannot but givo 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, and country produce received in exchange.for work. Cash never refused. DAVID STURROCK. Wellsboro', December. 25.1850.

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

Wheat, BUCKWHEAT, Corn, Oats, apd a feJw firkins of Butter, for salo at tho ^ Feb. SO, 1850. BINGHAM OFFICE.

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

Another Scientific Wonder PEPSIN!. AN ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE f FLUID, brGHHric Juice ! A gUatDvsZf 8'° Cu"\ Prepared from Reunetf o, hf ?S Stomach of the Ox, after dirwlioMVlK^Lri beg, tho great Physiological Chemist,TJ rs GESTION DYSPFP^^1 i0""^ forWWs^^sss^^ssss TY, curmgafWnature'BoWnm<!tnod b N ^; own agent, the Gastric Juice. - ,J8 . Haifa teaspoonful of this Fluid, tofiwed ui water will digest or dissolve , Jive pound, „ <¦ p ^ Be f in about two hours, out of tho stomach DIGESTION. I ^Digestion is chiefly performed in the BU>*,a n I by the act of a fluid which fieely exudes from S! 9 inner coat ofthat organ, when in a state of health | called the Gastric Juice. The Fluid is tie great U solvent of thc food, the purifying, preserving, and 1 stimulating agent of the stomach and intestine? / Without it there will be no digestion—no convcr- i sion of food and blood, and no nutrition of the i body; but rather1 a foul, torpid, painful, and dc- I structive condi...

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

CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. Wagons, Bnggys, Cutters, Sleighs, &c. SHOP on Main Street, near the Academy. DARTT & GRAY woujd inform tho inhabitants of Tioga county, that they have commenced the CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKING BUSINESS in Wellsborough, and that =thcy arc now prepared to execute all work that 'may bo entrusted to their care. FINISUEP WORK—SUCH AS BUGGY WAGONS, LUMBER WAGONS, SLEIGHS, CUTTERS, &c, will bo kept on hand and for sale. They would invite thofe wishing to purchase to call and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. Persons ordering vehicles can rest^issurcd that their orders will be promptly attended to, and that tho work. \<fill be made in a noat and durable manner, and of thc best material that can be procured. REPAIRING AND PAINTING of all kinda done on tho shortest notice, and most reasonable terms. - > ST All kinds of Produce received in exchange fo» work, at the market prices. „ H. W. DARTT, June 4,1850. H.N.GRAY....

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

MAREAN'S IMPROVED PATENT WASHING MACHINE; THE subscriber would state, in connection with thc above, that ho is agent for Maroon's celc brated Machine'for washjng clothes, for Wellsborough, Dslmar and .Charleston. This Machine was patented on the 1st of January, 1850, and u fast taking the place of all other washing machines now in use. It is especially recommended for the easc-with which it works. Call and examine-Wellsboro?, June 4, '50. H. N. GRAY, Ag t. FLOUR always kept on hand at tho store of Aug. 38. G. D. SMITH &T0.

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

Insure Your j Liyes. rPHE United States Life Insurance Annuity and J. Trust Company of Philadelphia,! offers great advantages fo those wishing tO;cfTcct insurance ou their lives. NATHAN P, CASE, Agent. Aug. 21,1850. jj Covington, Pa. BLANKS of -all kinds kept on. hand and prin ted to order, at the Advertiser Office.

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

STONE LIME—100 bushels of Stone Lime for sale by L. I. NICHOLS.

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