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

T^r pnblication. , The >VELt^iipEo;yU»'fW lT»?W: S8 Efblisbed every Thursday, iparning, aiid furnished to-sabscriberfl at81J50 por,ajipuP tf ^w^-«Kadvoflco; or S3 if paymonlbQ.Jolaycd¦ qyer.the,yea,r.; N,o subscription. }9lt^n. fojj:».Bbprter, period, than-six -rnontlis, aW when for,thai,toiiB.flnlyrniryinent.niust be made ^tricUy.ini^dvanco.-or^liiW. ill be charged. The foregoing terrns^vill, be strictly adhered to. NoTOperwilljbe discontinued until paid for, unless at this .option of ^he "editor. • AovERTisEiiE!jtsjv;Hl bo .inserted, at fifty cents persquire, qfjfo'urt^qh Jtinies, for first insertion, and twenttj-ji pcesnls per square for every subsequent one, ¦^ arlyajdvertisemenfjihsertcdataroasona,-ble discbunt ortihb, foregoing rates. .,_ , If^Tj^n^etltadverUsing payabjp in advance. ., 'II^'Anifitt£'rs.raust^post.paW'¦¦,- ,

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

SiRTilfS UGltlNE Off laletatMre uml j&rt. GREAT ttfOTJCEMENO'S -TO SEBSRIBERS -''•'-•- FOR'THE COMlNtf VOtTJME, IlNUA HY, 1351.: 9 of SartAin's Maoiiinb announce :oinplctcd such arrangements for volume as shall make it decidedly *mer issues. Department will continue under N S. HART, of Philadelphia, • K1RKLAND, of New York, a constant contributions from their ontinuo to secure for it that unrirriters which has given to this a'Superiority over all its comrs are now making an arrangement npleted. will secure for their work: Won Subjects, and of stylo and [ y. different from the usual mtga. s. They, will recommend themding public for, their brilliancy of stylo, as well as for propriety of tlie subject chosen. But in no department of the Magazine will there be such marked improvement as in s THE EMBELLISHMENTS FOR 1851. In this respect the proprietors possess a peculiar advantaged Mr. John SaiiTMN, Mczzotinto Engraver, being one of the proprietors, gives the best fruit...

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

GREAT BAMAINS! ,. For 1S50. ¦¦ ¦ ¦ 'j. T, L. BALDWIN & CO.,,: WOULD respectfully inform their. customers arid tliepublic'^encraJiy, that they are now receiving, at their old stand, a. Itxr^o -assortment of 'H^W^dooilSj;. suitable for the SPRING !c SUMMER TRADE, which will be sold at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction. . ¦ We wpuld ask from tho Ladies a careful examination of our stock of , „ DBESS (JOODS; consisting, in part, of plain, foulard and tessue SILKS; plairi and embroidered Swiss Muslins j plain and fancy colored Bareges and Lawns; plain andj fancy colored Do Laines; Linen, French, Scotchrand American Ginghams, &c, &c. Also, a great variety of • i BONNETS AND RIBBONS, Shawls, Artificials, Parasols,'Gloves, Collars, Hosierh/^Sfc:, tfC. In fact, you can find anything In this; line you Want, at prices to suit. Gentlemen please call and make a personal examination of i our stock of BROAD-CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND 1 ... ;-.;,. .VESTINGS. AVc h...

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

! NEW MUSIC BOOKS. . I JUST PUBLISHED. CANTICA LAUDIS, oa The American Book ' of Church Music. Bt Lowell Mason and George Jajies Weed. The opinions of eminent musicians who have examined its pages, fully warrant the assertion that this is the most attractive and valuable collection of Church Music, ever published in this country^ In addition to a copious selection of the best old tunes, it is believed that it contains a larger amount and greater variety of; truly beautiful New Musiq than any previous similar work has done. Most of this is drawn from the highest sources, as the compositions of Beethoven, Mozart, Gluck, Handel, Bach, Mendelssohn, Schubert, &c. George F. Root, Esq., of New York Citv, Or ganist and Conductor of music in Mercer street Church, and Professor of music in Rutger's, Spingter, and other Institutes, says of this work. " Both for beautiful arid tasteful melodies, and for rich and truly scientific harmonics, it is far superior to any similar work with...

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

.; THE UNITED STATES. JLife Insurance, Annuity and Trust. Company. CHARTER PERPETUAL. . CAPITAL $230,000—CASH SYSTEM.' General Office—No. 28, Merchant's Exchange, I PHILADELPHIA. THIS COMPANY is organized upon the mixed principle, stack andtoutual, which combined feature offer to insured members double the usual security. The cash system of payments has also been adopted, thus avoiding the heavy drawbacks created by unpaid premium notes. This company \liMV.rf{l..tlif t\iflT\r(rJ,7Rent.f,f a Botir' l n? T )irT,tftrs cMlpliiia' of-gimTtlf^me^strnames m tTectly of Philadelphia, and ranks as one of the most respec. table and responsible Life Insurance companies in the United States. The subscriber has been appointedagent for said company, and is ready to receive applications for insurance at his office in Blossburg, where all necessary information upon the subject will be given gratis. Life insurance is very properly arresting the attention of the world. By the payment of a moderate s...

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

IMPORTANT NOTICE! TO THE BAREFOOTED I rpjHE subscriber hereby tenders his grateful ac, . JLj knowlcdgcmcnts to his friends and the public, for the very liberal patronage heretofore cntended to him in his line of business, and would respectfully solicit a continuance of favors from his old | gjp] customers and the publicgericral-¦ J' Klj ^' ' ^° 'ias no ™on nan" en>g^A U.AKDS09IB ASSORTMENT OP j i^. BOOTS AND SHOES, of good and substantial make, as well as light and finet His stock has been selected and made up with great caijo, und is well adapted to tiro wonts of this community. He is prepared to manufac- Meri's Boots aiid Shoes, from the common Sloga up the finest Calf and Morocco; Ladies', Missds' and Children's Boots, Slippers and Gaiters, of lany style; Men's superio^ water.proof Boots and Shoes; Boyfsand Children's Boots and Brogans. lie has no articles in his line to sell at cost, with the jexpectalioln of making large -profits on such articles as ALLJare not acqua...

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

I Oyster Saloon,. TfY A. JACKSON, opposite J. Goodrich's Ho J-Jj tel, TiogdVillage, where can he found at hi] times, Fresh Oysters, Hot Coffee, Cakes, Pics, Crackers, Cheese, &c. - . N. B., Grocers and, Tavern-keepers furnished with Oysters pnd; Clams, at,a,small .advance on New York prices, ; Tioga; Sept, 4,1850. Hungarian Boots, THE attention of Lumbermen is particularly called to this kind of Boots. ! | November 14. M. SHERWOOdJ

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

JHORGAN SHEBWOOD, B OOT AND SHOE MAKER, and dealer in Rcady-mado Boots, Shoes, Over-shoes,.Lea: thcr, Findings, BTackingj'&c. Shop on Main st., two dobri east of Nichols*'Store. Wellsborough, Nov. 2l, 1850.. ; ¦ -' ' " J. S.: WIIJLISTOff: & CO.,: DEALERS IN T\RY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Pork, U Fish, Flour, &c. KP Country Produce received at market prices in exchange for goods. , At Lloyd's,.Piue Creek, Sept.14,1850. «. jjl, IAMB, „-.,. ' WHOLESALE^ AND'tlETAIt DEALER' IN •. AMERICAN & IMPORTED HARDWARE CUTLERY, &.C.—Also, a general assortment of Stoves, Sheet Iron, Copper, Tin, Hollow and Japanned Ware, Iron, Nails, and Steel; Carriage Harness, Trunk Trimmings', Shoe Findings, &c., &c. Wellsborough, Match 27,1850. T. A. BAumra & CO., PEALERS in Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready Made Clothing, Hardware, &c, &.C.' Tioga Village, May 22,1850; ML ML COWVERSE, FA SHIONABLE TAILOR and dealer in Rcady-M...

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

DEERFIELD WOOI,EN MANUFACTORY NEAR KNOXVILLE, PA. WANTED! 50,000 lbs. of GOOD WOOL immediately, at the above factory, to manufacture on shares or by tho 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 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. Cloth Dressing done at the shortest notice, foe cash, wool, grain, in fact all kinds of merchantable produce at market prices. CLOTHS of all kinds manufactured in width from nine to eleven quarters. None but experienced workmen are employed in the above factory. E.-BOWEN, B. S. BOWEN, GEORGE WILKINS. Deerficld, Tioga Co., Pa., March 6,1850.

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

,-1MtE GHLOBjE:.:: ¦^Congressional, Agricultural and Literary Newspaper. rPBE undsrsigned submits to tlie public his pro. J, posals for the <5toiiE and- Us reports for the hext session of Congress.: Congress his now so liberaUy patronized the undertaking that it will b. ¦established as a standard work worthy of its offi. cial .imprimatur nnta, the undersigneo fails in his duty. .This wilt not be the case ff earnest effort can ya.1 The Globe 4s u» only mA tha ^ r'fh , f H ^^ °/"10^«edin^and debate of the two Houses of Congress, ^ ^^ rcc^ ved their sanction as such, the best Reporters will be engaged f6 write out the debatosXaeh day which will undergo tho revision of the members' The work, after passing through the Daili Globe and receiving correction, will be presented as fin ished, in the Congressional Globe and An^sm The debates will probably increase in iat<.,^t during the next session. The one subject whwL engrossed the last, will doubtless give way to others of g...

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

COLTER'S IMPROYED PATENT CONCAVE BEATER 'CHURN! WE call' the attention of the public to the article heading this advertisement, and invito all those, however prejudiced, to witness its operation. Wc do not hcsitatcUp say that it is the most complete Churn ever invented. 1 st This Churn will produce better, gathering it in a mass, from sweet milk, in FIVE TO TEN MINUTES! And from cream prepared as families usually prepare it, in much less time. 2d. The utility of this invention is apparent, as bettor Butter can bo produced from sweet milk or cream, than cream soured in t^e usual way; and by means of this Churn, a little girl or boy can perform, in live or ton minutes, what has hereto fore required the labor ofa woman or man for one or two hours, and sometimes half a day. 3d. By simply turning a thumb-screw, the inside dasher is taken, out; leaving tho butter and milk in a plain wooden box. 4th. It is the cheapest Churn. ever invented, as tho simplicity of its construction (althou...

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

W12K.X.SB01SO''' AC \»E1I\. THE Third Term of 'this Institution, under tho charge of Mr. ANDREW UPSON as jPrin. cipal, will commence on the 4th of November next. Mr. Upson is a. graduate of Yolo College, and comes with high recommendations from that Institution as a scholar and teacher. . 'j The Trustees ihel a pleasure in recommending this school to the continued patronage of tho pub. lie; as they aro determined that it shall fully bus tain the high character for usefulness which it has billierto maintained—and that no effort on:their part, or that of tlie Principal, shall be wanting to insure this result. fep.3 run 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 TBUSTEES. JAS. LOWREY, WILLIAM BACHE, J. F. DONALDSON, L. I. ^NICHOLS, SAMUEL DICKIN...

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

Sons of' Temperance. AN assortment of Temperance Publications oa: hand, amongst which are—- ,. , , Tho History of the Bottle; PoWcroftlio Pledger Temptations; Gertrude Russell; Tcmporano*Mel odies ; Pictorial Almanacs Organ Songstor»iiKit* chell's Essays j. Note's Lectures; Vindication of tho Sons; So wall;, Plates of the Stoiriaeji • ^^lfi - cates of Membership. &c. For stiio by. ^uno 12,1850. '¦•' R. ROY.XIororfo*

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

Blouses to Sell or Kent. THE subscriber will S,ell or Rent several Houses on tho State Road. O.L.GIBSON. Wellsborough, Oct. 24:1650. - "' '

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

CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. Wagons, Buggys, Cutters, Sleighs, &c. SHOP- on Main Street, near the Academy. DARTT & GRAY would inform tho inhabitants of Tioga county, that they have commenced the CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKING BUSINESS in Wellsborough, and that they aro now prepared to execnte all work that may be entrusted to their care. FINISHED WORK—SUCH AS BUGGY WAGONS, LUMBER WAGON^ SLEIGHS,.CUTTERS, &c, will be kept on hand and for sale. They would invite those wishing to purchase to call and cxamjiio Pnr ,K»mc/>li.v,a im.fhrn DUrchasinff elsewhere. Persons ordering vehicles can rest assured that their orders will be promptly attended to, and that the work will be made in a neat and durable manner, and of the best material that can be procured. .REPAIRING AND PAINTING of all kinds done on the (shortest notice, and most reasonable terms. - U* All kinds of Produce received in exchange for work, at tlie market prices. H. W. DARTT, June 4, 1850. H. N. GRAY. M...

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

NEW PROVISION & GROCERY S TORE. M BORST has fitted up anew and convenient • Store, next door to the Wellsborough Hotel, on Main street, where he is receiving and will keep for sale a large stock of '. ~~ GROCERIES & CONFECTIONERY, well assorted, and of excellent qualities. He will also keep Flour, Pork, Hams, and Pisli, , and a general supply of PROVISIONS and other articles suitable to the market. By always keeping a full supply, and selling low, he hopes to receive a liberal patronage. - Wellsborough, July 24, 1850. Dissolution of Partnership. THE copartnership heretofore existing between L. I. Nichols and J. D. Wood, is this day, dissolved by mutual. consent All accounts due said firm must be settled immediately. _. L. I. Nichols having purchased tho interest of J. D. Wood, will continue the business hereafter. L. I. NICHOLS, Sept. 30,1850. J- D- WOOD. MVVVAMj insurance. 1"*<HE subscriber having been appointed a local Agent of Lvcohinq County Mutual I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

Terms of Publication The Wellsboro' Advertiser ispubllshed>very Thursday morning, and furnished to subscribers at 81.50 per annum if. paid in advance^; or $2 ii paynumt 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 SI will bfe- charged. The foregoing terms will be strictly adhered to. No paper will bo discontinued until paid for, unless at the option of the editor. Advertisements will bo inserted ai'fifty cents 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 the foregoing rates. ID-Transient advertising payable in advance. IP" All letters must be post-paid. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

GEN. ANTHONY WAYNE; Sufttot'fcra Sftttctj THE HERO OF PAOLI AND STONY1 POINT. We are hot about to jubilate the sanguinary exploits of a tyrant to subjugate or enslave his fellows—we are not about to sipg of embattled hosts called together to feed car ion crows, at the word of despots" and autocrats—we are not about to pay homage to kings, or' to their battle-fields filled with ignorant and mercenary legions, whose issue, either way, but leads to riveting the chains of tyranny on their country —but to speak remcmberingly of one of Nature's nobles, heading a handful of our frugal, hardy, daring, suffering, and valiant forefathers, who successfully defended our plains and mountains from the enslavement of a powerful and mighty tyrant, and founded the resurrection of Liberty, the emancipation of mankind, the regeneration of the world, and the life of the Future ! Something is due to the memory of those whose illustrious achievements won this uncial-enable legacy, whether on the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

The Atlantic '•She's safe!" "She's safe "'-that welcome shoi Kings through the evening air; The God of Sterols has shielded Efcr from ruin's wrathful glare. Th° storm-cloud, with its avalanche Of tempest, raging wild, Nor old Atlantic, could not harm Her young and darling child. Thank God !-thank God!—that gallant ship oull floats the upper air; NoI firc. nor " thick-ribbed ice" halh marred The hopes that clustered there. Oh, never shall her glorious hulk Yield to the maddened surge!' Old Ocean mav but test thy strenirtb. JNc er howl thy requiem dirge! And ho who guides the gallant West—What drooping hearts leap high, All thankful that thou still art left To guard when danger's nigh ! That bend in earnest prayer to Him Who stays dark sorrow's fearful pall,— To the special Providence that wills "T3ven a sparrow's fall." r No Ariel tones shall sing thy knell, Of varied fathoms deep; Nor coral nor the sea nymph's shell Within thy huge ribs sleep;—But where the storm-cloud thund...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wellsborough Advertiser — 27 February 1851

The Play-Things. e&e iFamtlg <&ittlt CHILD. Oh, mother, here's the very top That brother used to spin ; The vase with seeds I've seen him drop To call our robin in : The line that held his pretty kite, His bow, his cup and ball, The slate on which he learned to write, The feather, cap, and all. MOTHEn. My dear, I'd put the things away, Just where they were before : Go, Anna, take him-out to play, And shut the closet door. Sweet innocent! he little thinks, Tiie slightest thought expressed Of him that's gone, how deep it ^ sinks Within a mother's breast.

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