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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

MORE NEW GOODS! IN TIOGA VILLAGE! RH. MARRIOTT having just received a • large assortment of Goods, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, <SfC, which he offers to the public at a small advance from New York prices. Also, a large .assortment of BLACK AND FANCY CLOTHS, Plain and Fancy Cassimers, Tweeds, Linens.nnd Jeans; ^ also, a firstrate assortment of VESTINGS—af. fording his customers the greatest choice in the selection of materials. All garments, when materials are furnished, are warranted to fit, or no sale. Boots and Shoes; The subscriber would say that alt of his Boots and Shoes arc manufactured at home, so that lie will bo able to warrant them to be of firstratc stock and the work to bo well done. All orders will bo promptly executed." Having"W hand a choice stock of LEATHER, and having in his employ the most experienced and finished workmen, he feels confident that he can suit the public in style, workmanship and durability. N. B. POR...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

J5JST RECEIVED-! . J ; a new supply op : -!,; SPRING AND SUOTMER GOODS,. NOW ISTHE TIMETO PURCHASE GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH!! - ©B*y Goods, Groceries,: ; EVERYTHING IN THE STORE LINE!!!; TUST received, direct from New>ggaEa|" ^ York City, and now open at thefpHsflj store of the subscriber, in Wellaboro'.iljCMall.' where air desirous of purchasing DRYEfcEEuH GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, &«k at cash prices, will find it to their interest to call.: April 30,1851. L. I. NICHOLS.;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

T. Ii. BALDWIN & CO., AT TIOGA VILLAGE, ARE NOW ON HAND with another largo and well selected assortment of ;-, NEW GOODS., -:'• to which tlicy would invite the particular attention of their old customers and the public generally. .. BEAR IN MIND! ".. - That they tcill not le 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 — 5 June 1851

Shaving and Han* Dressing.. G C.CAMPBELL would respectfully inform ^ • • his friends and the public, that he has rc-i' moved his Barber Shop to the Basement story of the W cllsboro' Hotel, where he will bo I happy to take his friends ami customers by the nogo-as often as convenient. Having practised thcSAa- - ring business for a long time, he feels confident of his ability to do it up in as Z?ar6fr-oas a slyle.as any of the " shaving shops" in the country. • ; ; HAIR DRESSING done up in accordance , with ,thc "latest styles," and-With .perfect satisfaction. . Call and try the edge of his razors .and; the cut of his shears. j: Nov. 21,1850. ' :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

TEA at Ncir-irovk Prices. "D ROY,-agent for ihe jCantonysgzra : ¦ "'• Tea Company, offers great '"•feSjSj;,". duccments to those who wish lo get nfilJtLiiH choice article of TEA, at a low; priccJjksEffiliilfe' by paying the cash. This'Tcajis put up in tinfoil wrappers, in pout d, half pound; ana quarter pound: packages. Always to be returned if it docs not suit the purchaser. Try it! Try it! ..." Wellsborongh, April 17,1851. •¦'"-''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

NEW GOODS. WE have just received a-largo assortment of nil kinds of GOODS, which wc arc bound, to sell. ¦ Come and see, we will sell you ttomelhing. ' J. S. W ILLISTON & CO.,;.-'• . Dec. 12, 1,850. - . Pin? Creek at Lloyd's.

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

Sole licathcr. • THE subscriber has jiist received fVoin' New" ¦¦ York, a superior article , of ¦ SOLE LEATHER, which he will dispose of at a reasonable, advance for cash. . JOS. RIBEROLLE. Wellshorbugb, March 20,1P51. / ^|fc..r Sons of TciiiperanlHpPt AN assortment of Temperance t'uhllcatianton hand, amongst which arc-r , '; ,-,, ., TbcHistory of tho Bottle; Power of the Pledge; Temptations; GcrtrudcRusscll; Tcmpcranct$Me]U odies; Pictorial Almanac; Organ Songsters; KiW Shell's Essays; Noll's Lectures;¦Vindication of the.Sons; Scwall;-Plates of tho Stomach; Ceiiificateftof Membership, etc" For sale by ...'. , [[ • JunelMSSO. ; R. ROY,liorariani

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

Returning CjooU for Evil. §b.tlttt-f&t*ttUuni> < James Lawson, nnd Watt Dood were neighbors ; that is, they lived within n half mile of each other, and no person1 lived between their respective farms, which 'would have joined, had not'a lit tic si rip of prairie land extended, itself 'sufficiently to Jieep Ihem separated. T)ood was" the oldest srtttler, and from his ybuili up had entertaine'd a singular hatred against Friends, or Quakersj therefore, when he was informed lhat Lawson, a regular disciple of that class' of people, had purchased the next farm to his, he declared he would make him.glad to-, move away, again. Accordingly, a system of petty annoyances, was commenced by him, and every lime one of Lawson's- hogs chanced "to stray upon DoodV place, ho was > beset by men'arid dogs, and most savagely abused. Things progressed thus for nearly a year, and the Quaker, a man of decidedly peace principles, appeared in no way to resent the injuries...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

Tlie Mollier's Reward. I saw a little clcud rising in the western horizon. In a few moments ir spread over the expanse of heaven, arid watered the earth with a genial shower. I saw a little" rivulet start from a mountain, winding ils way through the v llley and. the meadow, receiving each tributary rill which it met in its course,, (ill it be:attie a mighty stream, bearing on ils bos6rn the ¦ merchandise of many nations, and the various productions of the adjacent country. I saw a little seed dropped -into the'earth, the-dows descended, and the sun rose upon it; it started intc life. In a litile lime it spread ils branches and became a;shelter frbm the heat, " and the fowls of heaven lodged in its branches." 1 schv a little smiling boy stand by the side .of his mother! and heard him repeat from her lips one of ihb sweet s6n«s of Ziori. I saw him kneel- at her feet, nnd pray that Jesus wculd bjess his dear parents—the world of mankind, and keep him from temptation. In:a- little...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

Cutting; and Curing Hay. As the tirne for harvesting grass is rapidly approaching, it may be proper to make a few remarks in regard lo the timo of cotting and tho method of curing it, Our agricultural friends know that cattle if properly sheltered, and fed on good hay through the winter \yill thrive, and with llie addition of a little grain will fatten, whereas if the hay is bad,they will fall away or require a large quantity of grain to keep'them in flesh". Qf all the cultivated, grasses usually cut and cured for hay, so far as our experience goes, clover produces the most .flesh, although blue-grass and timothy are perhaps more productive of muscle, and better food for horses and draft oxen. But all grasses must be (cut at a proper lime to obtain the* best quality of hay.'. Every stalk, stem and-lealiof grass is a chemical laboratory in which different organic substances are'combined, changes produced, end new substances [formed.1 . After maturity, cecay commences, and in ...

Publication Title: Wellsborough Advertiser
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

Titles of Firms. One of the, best titles for a mercantile firm lhat we have ever seen is " Call & Setlie," which is painted in golden letters on a sign in one of our Northern cities. Customers are reminded-evcry time they pass, of their outstanding accounts. " Neal & Pray",is llie name of another firm. But the following " heals all :" " Two Attorneys," says an old ' newspaper, " in partnership in a town in the United States bad the name of the firm, which was " Catchum & Chethum," inscribed in the usual manner upon their office door—but as the singularity and ominous juxtaposition of the words led to many!a coarse joke from the passers-by, the men of law attempted to destroy, in part, the eflbct of the old asoociation, by the insertion of the initials of their Christian names, which happened to be Isaiah and Uriah ; but this made llie affair ten times worse, for Ihe inscription then ran: "I. Catchum & U. Chethum!"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

R. ROY, DRUGGIST,! DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Confectionery,. Toilette Articles, &.c, Main street, two doors south of Dcrow's Hotel. Wellsborongh, May 8,1851. - 3. B. BABCOCfi, JEWELLER, WATCH AND CLOCK' RE FAIRER.—Room over tho Post Office. Wellsborough, March 20, 1851. a. B. SMITH, COMMISSIONER for the State of New York, for taking tho Acknowledgment of Deeds, &.c. to be recorded in that State. Wellsborough, January 9, 1851. . MORGAN SHERWOOD, 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. . ' WellsboTough, Nov. 21,1850. J. S. WIK1LISTOX & CO., DEALERS JN DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Pork, Fish, Flour," &c. D" Country Produce received fct market prices in exchange lor goods. At Lloyd's, Piue Creek, Sept. 1,1850. G. HI. LAIQB, -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN AMERICAN & IMPORTED HARDWARE CUTLERY,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

WELIjSBORO' ACADEMY. THE Fifth Terni of this Jnstitotion, under the charge of Mr. ANDREW UPSON as Principal; will commence on Monday, the flth of May. Mr. Upson is a graduate of Yale College, and .comes with high recommendations from that Institution as a scholar and teacher. The Trustees feel a pleasure in recommending this school to the continued patronage of tho publicj.os they aro determined that it shall fullysustain tho high character for usefulness which it has hitherto'maintaincd—and that 110 effort on their port, or that of the Principal, shall be wanting to Insure this result .. FEES. PEU SESSION. Primary Department, - - . ; §1.50 Gcdgrapl^Arithmeticand English Gram, mar, - -, • » .*-••- ----.--»-.... 2.00 Higher English Branches,.:-.-...... 3.00 Algebra, Geometry, Surveying, &c, - - . . 4.00 Iianguages, Drawing and Painting, - . .'. 5.0O' Music (with use of. piano) extra, 8.00 .."'',..-., .. THI?STEES., . JAS/LOWREY, WILLIAM BACHE, • J. F»~DONALDSON„ L. I. NICHO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

,. j. TrusseH. A LAHGE assortment of TRUSSES, of all siaes and qualities, just received and for sale at R. ROY'S, -priig Store. , - May 1,1851, ¦""'" " ' * i-'.i.i" 1 • ¦.«....-,¦<i..i^ ; ..^ BLANKS of all kinds kept on band and prip; tef} to qfder, at the Advertiser Office;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

, DF.ERFIELD WOOLEN MANUFACTORY NEAR KNOXVILLE, PA. WANTED! 50,000 lbs. of GOOD WOOL immediately, at the above factory, to manufacture on shares or by tlie yard, or in exchange Cloth. The subscribers having recently erected a large and commodious new building, on the scite of the old one which was destroyed by fire some time since, and jliave alsq"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. Cloth Dressing done at the shortest notice, for cash, wool, grain, in fact all kinds of merchantable produce at market prices. 1 CLOTHS ofi all kinds manufactured in width from nine to eleven quarters. None but experienced workmen are employed in the above factory. E. BOW EN, B. S. BOW EN, GEORGE WILIUNS. Deerfield, Tioga Co., Pa., March 6, 1650.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

WELLSBORO' 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, Sleigii and Bob Shoes, &c, dec. They will keep on hand a good assortment of Ploughs, Plough Points, Scrapers, Sleigh Shoos, Wagon Boxes, Fire Dogs and other Casting. ":, made of the best iron and warranted to be sold as low as at any other establishment. Persons in want of any of the above articles will do well to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as they will find the best assortment ever before offered in this market, and will be sold at low prices. Intended enlargement will soon be made, of which due notice will bo given to the public. LEVI CHUBBUCK, i October 1,1850. J.D.WOOD.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

Cabinet & Joiner Shop. SHOP south end Main street, near the Academy. rriHE subscriber would respectfully inform the -L public in general, that he intends to keep on hand, or make to order, an assortment of Cabinet work, consisting of Secretaries, Bureau*. Bedsteads, Tables, Stands, &c. &c, All kinds of Joiner work_ and W indow Sash, made, to order, and in the most \Vorkmanlil;c manner. Also, COLVER^S PATENT CHURN, AND SARIN'S PATENT WASHING MACHINES. The subscriber would particularly invite the" attention of the public to tiiesc two articles, for they are 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, and country produce received in exchange for work. Cash never refused. DAVItf STURROCK. Wcllsboro', December 25, 1850.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

REMOVED, SEELY'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 a'c knowlcdgcmcnts to his friends and tlie public, for the very liberal patronage heretofore entended to him in his line of business, rfnd .would respectfully solicit a continuance of favors from his old egpi customers and the public generally I ly. He has now on hand &£a*ti<e^ a handsome assokt.uent of i^». ROOTS AIVD SHOES, of good and substantial make, as well as light and fine.. His stock has been .selected and made up with great bare, und is well adapted to. the wants of this community. He is prepared to manufacture evory variety of Men's, Ladies', Misses, Boy's and Children's Coarse and Fine Spots <§• Slioes. . He would say to all, COME AND SEE! be, fore yon purchase elsewhere, Call at the sign of the "BIG BOOT," on South Main street. ;' BENJAMIN SEELY. Wellsborough, April 2, 185...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

Insure Your JLivcs. THE United Stales Life Insurance Annuity and Trust Company of Philadelphia, offers great advantages to tliosoiwishing to effect insurance on their lives. NATHAN P. CASE, Agent. Aug. 21,1850. Covington, Pa. STONE LIME.-100 bushels of Stono time for sale by L. I. NICHOLS. ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 5 June 1851

Another Scientific Wonder P^mri ^ ^^CIAL DIGESTIVE^ -L FLUID, or Gaslnc Juice ! A &eal Dvsnen ™-Curer Prepared from Rennelfor helS Stomach of thc Ox,after directions^ Baron Lei hog, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. g COMPLAINT, C0^88^J$g TY, curing after naturp'^own n^hou, by Natu^ own agent, the Gastric Juice. Haifa teaspoonfulof this Fluid, mfusea in watcri will digest or. dissolve, Jive pounds 0f Roast Beef in about two hours, out of the stomach DIGESTION; Digestion is chiefly performed in the *omach by thc act of a fluid which freely exudes froth the inner coat of that organ, when in a stale of health called the Gastric Juice. The Fluid is tlie great solvent of the food, the 'purifyingV preserving; and stimulating agent of thd stomach and intestines. Without it there will be no digestion—no convert sion of food and blood, and 110 nutrition of the body; but rather a foul, torpid, painful, and destructive condition of the whole digestive apparalusr. A weak, half ...

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