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Collins Co.'s Cast: 'Cast Steel Aliws
only each.. For iriforroation how. to ob
tain them address coLtaita Afkr, Co., 22 Water
St., Ist. Y.—Feb. 28, 3m.
We understand that 'the - whooping-cough
quite prevalent tows around us;
hut that no_ cases have proved fatal. Some
families use nothing but Johnson's :Anodyne
Liiiiment. Our Doctor, however says, a little
ipicac, to produce vomiting,'would be an ad-
There are more one thousand differ- ,
clit kindt3 of pills jn the United Statris. Some'
of them are worthless and injurioui, othei.s
rse good and benelletal. Old pr. 'Parsons
inventeciAhe best anti-billious pill :we eyer
sz%v , : of heardof." Th'Orare now soli): under
the name of Parsons' . Purgative Pills.
• BINDINCL—We will send our usual box. of
unbound magazines to New York, *arch 4.
Per ions having magazines, books, Yiewspa
per. or other periodicals to be bound or re
bound, will pleAse bring them in. Speci
mens and prices may be seen at our book
,tore, No. 3 Bowen's Block; Wellsboro.
20, 187244. , E. E.B. Yot*o iSz, Co.
TIE F EL IRA EYE AND 11-61 INS' I TUTE
We made a visit to Dr. THAD. I I S. UP .11 - e-
OR iFF on Saturday, and in.:1)0011 his e.,,tab
li-limeat. We . saw many , tiiinge and cu
rlew; things.. We were not aware that it
r, a po.qsible for the human frame to get .so
badly 4 o it of repacr,, until we had madt• en
invent y of the nppliences necessary for
correcting all so*, of cleforMities.
The doctor occupies eight handsomely fur
in-lied apartinentq, in which he -conducts his
business. At the head Otte stairs 'we were
, hor.n into the Ladies' and Gentlemen's
waiting rooms, two spacious parlors on either
-ide of the hall. Here, the patients who at
tend upon th,e morning and,;evening clinics,
await their turns, until summond to the op
erating room by he ringing of a bell. At
the time of o t , e all this patients were re
ceiving trgatmet , for diseases of the eye.--
We notiepd that every vpatient was known
by a nuniber. which corresponded to ,a cup
and brushlon a large cabinet, kept for the
purpose; from this he received his applica
tion to the eye and then departed, at the
ringing, of the bell, to make room for oth
ers. In this manner from forty to' fifty pa
tients, afflicted with eye difficulties, are treat
ed daily. Later in the day a surgical 'clinic
is held, nt which_ operations are performed
for the cure of blindness, cross eye, crooked
limbs, and for the removal of tumors etc.—
The operating room is a wonderful place,
fitted up With all manner of contrivances for
the relief of injuries, and the cure of defor
mities and 4isease. The large instrument
case, occupying one end of the room
with beautiful surgical instruments of the
most perfect workmanship—instruments so
ingenious in construction and design that
cne is almost persuaded to Submit to a sur
gical operation for the pleasure (?) of seeing
the brilliant little things de; their work
Operating chairs, eomfortablein upholstery
and canons of machinery and shape, are
ahe to be seen in this room, inviting the
suffbrer to an easy position under - "the sur
geon's knife. Fracture beds,- that can be
‘oni erted into chairs or traveling carriages,
bracc.3 for curved - spines, shoes for club
toot. contrivances for contracted limbs; in
short, all sort., of appliances for the cure of
those suffering from accidents or deformity.
'We were also shown the new process for
removing highly vascular tumor=, by means
of the paltano-cautcry. A plantinum wire
1, placed about the tumor to be removed,
hastened to an instrument called an ecrascar,
and then connected by means of wires to nn
immense battery.; the wire surrounding the
tumor is brought to an incandescent heat,
when the,)oop is gradually shortened, until
the tumor is burned and lifted from its rest
ing piaci. We saw a young man at the In
stitute w to had three tumors removed from
his neck in this manner, and who declares
the operations to be almost painless
The exainination room is perfectly dark,
and fitted up with an opthalmoscopf, by
means of which the interior of the eye is il
luminated and examined, enabling the ob
server to detect any disease of the humors of
thei.ye, or of its retina or nerve: AK) the
,t ri.insso scope for examining the throat, speak
ing apparatus, etc. But what astonished us
most, was an electrical instrument fur Maud-,
tutting the interior of the abdomen, render-,'
mg the interior of the body so transparent Ili,
to enable the physician to detect the presence
of abdominal turnoi4. enlargement of the
liver, eto, Indeed. nis nurrvelons to see the
Mg - el/jou , ' contrivances with which the intell
•urent surgeon is equipped now-a-days, for
discbvering diseases of the human bqdy Dr.
UP DE GRAFF has thousands of dollars
invested in these curious and interesting de
vices, and it 15 a rare treat for any person
who is fortunate enough to be allowed to ex
We spent a short time in the Dcdtor's pri
vate stUdy, looking 01;4 his hanthome li
ibrar,y and beautiful pictures. This is the
cosiest room in the establishment, eldrantly
larryished and open only to the Doctor and
his intimate friends.
The laboratory is a neat little room ar
ranged and furnished purposely for com
pounding and dispensing medicines for the
patients of the Institute, and is under the
.care of a competent pharmacist.
The ,734toury, the neat little magazine of
which-the Doctor is editor, and which has
secured so widespread a circulation, also has
a room for its accommodation, in which it is
mailed, and other bossiness of its publicn
t'on attended to. .4. neat littie.printing press
is kept in this room, and t 1 =s printing
envelopes, blanks, notices of subscription
due, &c., for the use of the magazine.
Dr. rr Dn Gnal• has practiced surgery
m our city for the'past ten years, and is per
haps ns widely known as any surgeon in the
`..;tate. Patients pre found in his Institution
from nil parts ofthe United States, which is
sufficient evidence of his popularity and sue
,eec;.—Elmira Acta rter.
ti) e Agitator.
IVEDNESEJ.A.Y, FEBRUARY 28;:
Wellsboro Post. 'Office
On and atter January' 1, 18 , 72, trials will open and
close at this office' at the "following .Itouris :
Lep, (Pally) 12,30 P. Comfrspt, Mon. Th., • 1 " .
Troy, 0,00 I Cedar nun, Tu.. Fr ; 2 P. Ar
Stony Fork. Ttzevlays and Fridays ... 12 M
tpaily) 1,3 U P. M. Mc. Th. 1,45 p.
" 7143 A. M. j c'dr tun, Mn. Th . . S.lO A. M
:.ny Fork, rucsdays and FrillYb 2,45 P. M
0, W. 'MERRICK, P. M.
WeistEro, Jan. 1, 132-Iy.
--13.ehuld, the day a fresh tristple ~.sugar
—We are indebts_d to Hon.' Henry Sher
wood for Congressionid documents:
—Washington's [ 'birthday passed 'Without
Lily public recognition in this village.
--The Republicans have a majority in the
Chording county Board of Supervisors—a
- 4 c rinkle in that region.
—Prof ; - Charles H.
.V errill tO - lecture On
Recreation and Amusements at Ticga' id a
—Rev. Ivir. Reynolds tenders his think.; t 6
Lis friends for their very generous donation
'?f 07er $lO.
have aphotogrnphernamed Singhi
inWaverly. - Wouldn't 1 e 3o I:etter ir,-the
musical line? -
-Elmira has been selected •as one of the
three }daces in Nell York where the State,
Fair i to be regularly 'held.
—Tlie editor of the Waverly A4ocate ran
for SUpervisor the other day, but tot - her
man came out just eleven votes-ahead.
M. Scott, AtflirOpt ottownr*, is to
be statton agent here after the 9f April
4ti son is to be teletrajAL 0p9P40.T.
--.`Outrages" seem ,to be epidemic at liert f ,
n~llsril2e .;.The lategt:ijit' by a black - rattn
named Green on a -`:low=down white" WO-
T i mm = • f
—The act to regulate the practice - of 'med
icine -in this county, .which lite published
t.we weeks ago, passed the Senate on the
—Wehave just filled - an Order for ' fine Job
work ream Silver City, New Mexico. e'er--
ily, the AyrAnon, seems known unto the
ends of the earth. . .. .: ! .. .- ! • I
—The Jortritikl esysthe. Rerrnnie - Sociely is
to establish a Reference Library here in the
spring. 'Well, spring in only two days off;
hurry up that library.
—'ire-Bath and Hamtnondsportiailroad is
claimed to ben sure thing; thi!T 'kear. Bath
is to bond for $30,000 and - •Urbana . for $40,000
to lielp build it. -
—The new Board of Supervisors. of Steu
ben county i 4 Dettioc - fittie by 18 to 14—n re
versal of last year's figures, Local iqsfies
and personal p - rejudiees4 did it,-
—A Post of the-Grand Artily of the Re
uublie been established here.' The aims
of the society an purely Aoeitil and he
ne,volent, and not at all-political.
—A new burglar-proof safe - weighing three
and one-half tons was receiVed by the First
National Bank of this village last Monday..
It mannfactured in Boston. The combi
nation lock upon it cost $4OO.
—Don't forget Anna E. Dickinpon'g lecture
in this village nextXonclay,evening, March
4th. A special train will be run , froixt Law
reneeville to bring all who wish to hear about
"Demagogues and Working Men."
—Houses to rent _are very - scarce in this
village. A gentleman from a neighboring
town Wag here looking l for one 4, few days
since, and could find very few eligible_. ones
at any price. Here is a line opening for our
—The many friends of Mr. A. E. %Vermil
yea, who for the la4t three yetirs has resided
at Rochester N. Y., will be glad ,to learn
that he has lately received the appoihtment
us first bookkeeper and - Cashier of the Con
solidated Fruit Jar Co., located at 66 - War
ren street New. York.
brilliant correspondent of the Muney
Luminary quotes Bishoi -Berkeley's cele
brated lines beginning 'Westward thecourse
of empire takes its way," and attributes them
to Bishop liebtr. Wonder if this isn't the
same gentleman who wanted to knowreeent : -
ly where in the Bible to find the passage
''Goa tempers the wind to the shorn lamb."
OUR BEST BOW.—Since the beginning of
the year the AGITATOR has receiyed-ii large
number of handsome - compliinents from its
exchanges. We know it has become a sort.
of fashion now-a-days-to carefully preserve_
and print all such agreeable notices ; but to
our mind it is a custom more honored in the.
breach, than the observance.
,Bot we would
net have our journalistic friends infer from
this that we hold their good opinion iu light
esteem, or do-not duly appreciate their f`ayera,.
The fact is, we have very great respeckfor'
editorial criticism, for it seems to us if any
body knows what a good journal is, it is the
man who makes journalism his life's work,
and so we are always glad to receive com
mendations from that quarter.
But we do 'not print these, compliments,
partly because we think we•can fill our,epace
with matter of snore general importance and_
interest to our - readers, and partly because
we-think they have already a Pretty good •
opinion of the merits of the AGITATOR With
out any extra blowing of our own horn, even
in an indirect way. At any rate we judge
they have from the constant growth of our
'subscription list; and from the words of hear
ty commendation and the very substantiirl:
tokens of good •will and snpport which v'e
receive from far and near.: We July& been
most strongly tempted to print some of those
brief business letters that come to us saying
that the visits of the AGITATOR are as wel
come as those of some old friend; and speak
ing of the paper in terms of almost personal
endearment. We thank you, friends, one
and all, at home and afar, for your favors
and good will, and we assure you the Aar:.
TATOR will try from week to week to deserve
more and more- your support and kind re
A NE w JOURNAL AT Tioga.—" The Tioga
News," Vol. 1, No. 1, made its appearance
on our table last week. It is a neatly prin
ted little =beet of four columns to the page,'
about 'one-third larger than the He; nartiq
Journal. Mr. S. J. McCulloch is the editor
and proprietor, and he announces that he
will issue the News every Thursday. We
wish the new journal good-speed, and as for
its proprietor, may he live long and pros
per,' as Rip Van Winkle payi. We clip the
following pasliage from the salutatory of the
"In "ye olden time,"—within the remem
brance of some—our honored, sires, and
stately dames, intent upon the civility, if not
the etiquetie that marked the well-bred,
and the well '' brought up," taught to our
brothers strong, and sisters fair, the yielding
to the passer-by, to stranger, and to friend
alike, 'the manners" of the day, for gentle
men the grave salute, for gentlewomen the
graceful courtesy—so we emulating the
teachings of the days gone by, (in precept
and in practice) to our friends and patrons,
the strong and fair, make - our best obeisance:
Whig done, our greeting to you is one of the
kindest feeling, and enthusiastic salutation,
which you, so promptly. and liberallyrespon- -
sive, to our call upon you, has awakened.—
And right here,, we thank you heartily, and
our best endeavors, with yourcharitY, augurs
well for the future, of." The News"—that is
to b the enterprise, in which heart and soul,
and and in hand, our citizens unanimously
4 LICTED INDEED.-Mr. David Colegrove,
a fir er residing about a couple of miles
frotn this village, lost two children by the
prevalent "spotted fever" last Thursday.
Two or three weeks ago Mr. Colgrove was
similarly afflicted by the death of another
child. We are also informed that Mr. Wil
liam Archer of Marsh Creek, has within a
short time lost his wife and two of his chil
dren, and is now sick_ himself with the in
flammatory rheumatism. ,I
Ntw CORPORATIONS.—The charter of the
"Wellsboro Water Company"l was, filed in
the office of the Recorder last week. The
object of the company is to supplyWellsboro
with pure water, and it has the...usuar.p'owers
for that purpose.'_ to
$50,0D0 to be divided ito fen thousand sharet:
of•ltvi each.- - The annitat election 'Of 'officers
i 4 to take place on the first Monday
tember-ofeach year. • •
The charter- of flip "Farmers' Insurance
Company of MidMebury"• was also filed.
The company is.to insure farm property and
live .4tock, the:mutual-plan;igainst loss or
damage by fire 02' lightning. It lis pro bib
ited frOrri insuring village risks or hazardous
property wherever situated. Th.e. l following
named persons are the directors and .otricr $;
of the company . : J. F. Donaldson,'
dent ; I. C. Price, Secretary ; J.' T.,: Robin
son, Treasiarer; 0. D. Bly, 3. R. We'ek4,
_Nathan T. West, Lucian Smith, Victor
Close. Nelson Whitney.
Meisrs.• Elliott 6r, Bosard, of This villave.
are the attorneys for the company.
REAL ESTATE MOVEMENTS.--The follow
ing transfers of real estate were filed for ru
ord in the office of D. L. Deane, Re - corder Of
Tiogn county, last week: ,
Frederick D. Runnel and wife to 41-,tio
nett-R. Horton ; village lot in boro gsV, e ll 4-:
boro,' crcr-S7OO , •• • :•,-
AlbertE. one and wife to <harks Cult!: ;
village lot - in boro-orWe,llsboro, for $Cr.2.
Barnard Tabor to Asian- Tabor; if acre in
tioro of Tioga, for $1,200.
Charlotte and C. F, Culver to James Free
land; t acre in Osceola, for Si:
D. Angell and wife to A. -D. •Rnov
acres irr Deerfield. for 56,900. -
Salome*. Simmons to ..11 - vles R. 0' Conner'
651 acres in pelmar, for $64 11
Frederick D. Runnel and ,wife to Myles
R. o'Connor; village lot in boro of Wells
boil° of-18,600 square feet, for $7OO.
Andrew J. Ross et al. to Julia,A ; Crane •
village let in. k,oro of Blosshilg of 6,006
Julia A. Currie to John e. vs-alp ir e
John - R-Philbrielt "villa.gelet in corn:of
Dlossburg - of-2.45Q0 square' feet, for $1,0i0.•
Estate of U f illiam .develk;ed• to
4osepli A Darling; 2118 acres iiiShippon; ref
114. - • - •
Hen ry Sheiw o °a: guard ian, and - It'ate
211" am iluden to E. p. 6.65 acres
in Wellaboro, for $l,lBl. -
II ins : tisns engaged last Friday
in hearing a' eiiiitested election et
,It app . :mil= that M - 4
tiiinythero the tieket declaied.;el,e'
'election board received only thre"
can,didatei at. once
proceeclings to have the, eleCtiP
allegingthat it wits'itnpropoly
election .bond. did not proceed,-ai
law; 'and! that 'men' we're
who were not electors' while the,vl
ers who were electors were exel}til
penned from the trial of the case
tion NY:6"6 - )ridiletediwith great 10o?
that fact is probably to be littriln
want of experience and knuwle
part!. of, the „ylQuiber.s` ',a the elec
rather than to willful wrong-doing
It nits elaimed,on the. part::of t
officers4hili the inen — W`hOse - vote
fused were not actual residents
of the, town, although they We.
there for the, time being engaged
bering job for Mr. Billings., it
that in some instances -they had
families residing elsewhere. In
with this part of the chsf' an
dent transpired. ft appeared tha
of these gentlemiNt offered to v
challenged, Mid in the course of
nation by the members .ofilie-bo
asked if his wife was not then liv
they township. He admitted sh
wit , t h e n asked if he did not c
her, when he indignantly drew
and virtuously refused to answer
decent question I
;k.Zetirly the, whole of s Ells towns'
ed keit; lest Saturday ai4 witnesses
and every elector who voted for t
ful eandidates was sworn as to his
cy. The trial was finished Saturd
summing up of coutrtel was- postpl
Tuesday, the 2;th instant., Wes
result of the matted as soon as it
ams, of Matisfield; and'P. Damon
tenceville, were last week sworn I
missioned as Justices of the
terms beginning pn the 20th instil'
GOOD CHOPPING —.Mr Lewis
this place tells us that he choppe l
corded twenty-seven and a ha
hemlock wood` three feet long, i
and three hours, and walked fou
day Who can beat it?
LAWTON—ORR—On the 20th instant, ,
CaAlai, lir. Edgar Lamle:lead Zeiss Agri;
LOOP—REEVES—In Nelsen, on the
Rev. S. A. Rawson, Mr. George Loop and I
Reeved, all of Nolson.,
STEVENS—At Nelson. F.a., Februaryi ; David Ste
vens;4lFled,ll' years, of cerflrftcli'nal is 'vied?. ,
Ix Altarouisar.-,IF/i-reas, The ; , • e1 ) ,4 cie ' atit •;Ihril
visited - 41440n Lltt.lgel`;e. 4,611 I. cf,g_t_
. 2 . A caged. the
spirit of our brothW Edward Mass - ~ - •, from its
earthly tabernacle and our taidat,24trildl.k -it, as we
believe, to light and' liberty beyond Ur= durk. slyer,
leaving, bit place vacant in the family c 'le atid our
Lodge, bo it
Resolved, That by this, dispensation. of t a Almighty,
this Lodge. has lcat a faithfill, _earnest. .d conaclem
homy member, anditis widow and childr istuTered a
loss which they alone can fully cornpreit 4,4ncerpress
ibis in words: s ~1 : , ,;
je,,e/red, That the widow pf our - deco ecl *rother
has our fraternal, heartfelt sympathy in diiihtr time
of trial and dart: distress, and our hoped fish.) may
fully realize that she is in the hands of e who can,
and will, heal every wound. and dry e orphans=
tears, and thus dud consolation. -
rtoolred, That as a tribute and mark of Terr;Oect to
the memory of our deceased brother, who wail ir good
man, faithful and true in all the relations of life, the
- Lodge be draped in mourning for the space of thirty
days, - and the members be requested to w r the usual
trimming badge for the same time..
Res'olved, That a copyiof these resolnid tk. ent to
the widow of the deceased,,,and a copy to r atle sburg
_irgister and the Tioga Co. ,ACkruicia fat ca ion.
Blosolirg, Pa., Feb. It?, /8 . 72.' , -.. y 44n-rFess.
In SEtwolunti.-•-:-Whereas, It n -laa.-ple4l.4itinighty
Ood, lb his allwise proiridence, tel reniove froth among
- us by death a beloved one of our munber,sister EmiltiL
Newell, wife of P. W. C. T. Oramel Netodi r , thorefore
• 11, olred. That this Lodge tender tsr 'the , Sewell
amt friends, in this hour of affliction; o entir sour_
pathy, - and recommend them to the *Great Ottifr f ev
ery good and perfect gift for consolation ndSco fort.
flesdred, That to show our love and for the
`deceased and her friends, we Lave ordere our Ledge
room to be draped in mourning for the space of thirty
days, and that this Lodge will attendltwatmerak In _a
body. ' ~ 7 - i 1
Rowlved,. That's copy of the above `.- beqirfisented to
the friends ,of deceased and that they 4,t- sent to the
county papers for publication. 1 ...,1 1
Newhope Lodge Room I. 0. of G. T., Ahtriedeid, Pa.,
Feb. 13, le:: .
0. N . _ 1.1.1011,
Is Piliilyincau.— iV.terear, Galin hia ail-wise prov
idence has seen lit to again visit Arbon Lhdge lin. 489,
I. 0. 0. F., and removed from our midst, our, beloved
brother, %William Smart, and his wife Elie beth, leaving
the place of a father and mother vacant r "Welfare be
I?eqol..ed, That while we realize that c r iiorda ate
not sufficient to console, yet we offer to WE brother
and friends of the deceased our teeter al; ',lfeatifelt
sympathy, trusting they tc)111 turn to 00 Who alone
can ,•orafort them, remembering that our Idials their
Rehdreci t ghat as a father tribute and:mart of re.
spec's, to the memory of our departed brother and alit ,
ter, who were taithful and conselentious members; true
in all the relations of life, the lodge be..4rapell in
mourning for the space of thirty days; and "he mem•
bets be requested to wear the usual hadgfigf.anaurn-
Mg for the same time:;
Rewired; That a copy of these resolutiens be eclat to
the brother of the deceased, and a copy fot Ittallication
to the Blesstntrg Rivister. and Tioja Co. Aotejava.
Blositrarg, Feb: 17, 1878. Co r rs..
At a Meeting of the /Moss Lodge, No. 830r - ,it. Y.,.2e1.,
held at Blossburg on the Bth of Sebruary, 4.gasi re
Whereas, Ithca pletagd our Beta Sather to re
move from this life our friend and Valliant.
Smart, of Avant,
• "'treat:vs!, That in the death of Brother '.Smart' *lll9
lodge has lost a faithful member end the immunity, a
good Christian and a most worthy man.
- .R. , ,tottcd, That wo tender to the family., relatives and
friends of the deceased our warmest wyathies ; in
their bereavement. • - •
Res9:l:4l, That these resolutions be publisbe4 in 'Abe
Moseburg Register and Wellston. AorrAToa.•
corolzergn WEER= Dr \ •
E: R. KIMBALL, Retail (dry r,
NIELLSI3OIIO, ..FEBRraliT- 27, -16724--
DEALERS PAT T 0.41 SELL ;AT
ltuokwheat flour, per owt
Wheat white, per bualiel - ,1 ZKI
Wheat, fed, .e" - • - tO
Wln-ekt, spring, 2 821
Corn, shelled, " .90 A t
Oats,. att • 60
Earley, - 430--
Clover seed, •
Timothy seed, ,‘,
Corn meal, per cwt
Teed, per etkt...
Potatoes.; per huah,..;
Apples, green,. per bush, • -
onions, per hush - - -
TUITL:p3, per busli
Pork,•per ~ -
Butter, per lb
EtridT I,er Iu
"A‘ t71 14 W;
fikwi6yl- - pt-r
lle6swt%. per lb
Eggs. per dozen
Dried applethPer_lb •
1 ii`,7Rf r.er lb,
Deed cherries. per: lb 4' -
Di:ed bit. bborties, pe'r lb
Dried rrtBpberries,"bla , k, per lb.
Dried raspberries , . red, per. 1b..,
Cranberries per qt • ,
llay, per ton
Wood, 18 it.clles, per , cord.
Wood, 3 feet. per cord , • ' •
Coal, hard, per top,
C-Iroutifl plaster. per ton...
Si"' toffee, per' 1b..1 ~
Brtg4r, yellow, per lb
81zpar, brown, per lb - '
•Tess, green', per - lb
Teas, black, per lb
Br the, Circular Pamphlet which the ltiest:York idtdi
vett;s:ug litcosre. Oco,-P , igikud
for the use of adviltisers, iamb info:tuition - is:. ca.(
veye.d at'snit,,S))ll:e,tr s gst advertising tnediutax..:.
C7 - r
I, bosh g. irooP, of ? Si
Cali2d in V) C l 4 0 034 pt TottaizMian O T- tio
Elimaya that tal been traiti4 by one- a our moot ova.
lueLt tte symptoms that SS
Y9ur 1115tElts'3 ,Fol..,,),4itr.v,irtr
igviii3 to be, would tc Uz , : bOOPP:uO-abtilg jit
at'ram.". L t,lit4 soF,ro4 3 w3t:b, 4'4
nO - palithat bati been iconflitiB in"l6'l ,6 o** 1 : 4 1 3
:ti w t; 13 .4 a4441 *.; iciir 1101 Ago tniiiii,iiittesti,rtstatttuto
ibie , •
to bo aboat-outft3 - no : ACtI pm FsSFßletsaly , ,
ti4a;,vofy biglay of pi= ;anon:Man inA4t41 2r 414
nee ate9natantly Ir. m 7 ytyctioit.
tally . cluialuil twirfiti
PrematureLire., - hpirtnif Vain - el:try
iliataivered a sign* 4nftitua,Tsif
self43titi; Which he will tend free to his fellownrafraT;
.J. H. REE'i*TES, 78 Nassau at., New York.
MOMMOMMi s 4.6 111111111111
11340 F LETF - El - IR Remaining ink Post Office at
*1.4 Wersboro, Februaiir24,
J. Ferris, Derben 1 0 1.14 41 H. Fisider. C. F. Far
man; Lorena* sulibdel6s Aosrlatifi, Jamie hill.
14=W. Bile. Gertrude Beuby, Q. Johnson, (for.
bnll boon; Charles Locliwood 2, Thomas
IWNally...t. A.G l son, Patton. O.
E. Bice, George W. ittiggleit, Etlett A. Itoberlaton, - Lan
ni Rosen , J. J. Beetem O. X. Stringer,' Jelin iSelter,
Melia Webster, Pbebe - lAVetrage, Irate f
In calling for any of JEW AWN!' Otani: We a re
advertised, and give date of the advertieemeut.
Feb. SR; ' G. W., 1111 7 ,1011431. I'. id,
I dge Wil::'
!e born Elk
le late elee
ited by the
Id; that the
t . .Ording -to
• 4td vote
otes of tith
e?, It ap.
a ' he elec.
e est. , 3 ; : bile
ted to the
lge on - the
Editor ,Agifafor, few weeks ago you published a
notice in which J. Dearman plainly deelares that ho
has never ittven' his consent ur ‘olmtemincs to the
sending of one of his frlenjs or relatives to the county
4 201)r , 1 0
rety 'say mat fentow 'Ana statement to be
false,• I mistake not, J. Dearman and his brother
Albert consulted an attorney of our place in regard to
whether Sally Dearman, who 110 been their step-.
mother for ST or 8 yuars, could be thrown on the town
here, or at her last place of teens, and dually
summed np that .it would have to be done here.. AL:
paper was drawn kw by this Game attorney, and,pie
sented to her by some one.—whom Ido not know—to
alga. • elttged ie r bu.iStleii° l 4Bla.
De IT •• d 4helr a
final! • • : l a was 1;114.
our . 4 „.. ty '
wh - : • ! PP . i
P 4 • • •• ecessat4 or teastiustik
knoWn.to myself, to give shy more of the particulate
at present. I remain your Most uteQient, )
• J. B. WHEITYNACK.
lon s Win
w ves and•
to he was
ng in ano-,
twit Zan In-
_ ... . ._ _ .. ..
. Orphans' Couirt Sale.
BY virtue of an order issued out of the Orphans!'
but of Una county, the undersigned Everutots
or the estate of Conrad Berns:sr, deceased, will tell at
Oldie Bale, on the premises in Gathes, the farm of the
said Berretta, deceased, on Sathrday. the 2d. Osiy of ,
March, 1872, at 2 o'c1or.1: P. M.. to the highest and best
The said ferm i La situated in Gaines townstdp, 'tioga
ge. s.hrth e.uutY.! 4 , eer the hotel of C. Ve i tia. buunded,.. l
east by'Ug„ft Nail , iliKty Pine
'.g/Usil lands ocifvh.ir ' , and VP-lands or
John L. Phenix:lr., with courses autf distances as fel- 1
lows : • -
Beginning at the northeast comer 'et lot of John L.
phew:, Jr.; thence east 805.1 rods to, slant, thence
south 18d rods bra post. thence west 20 rods toe post,
thence north 50,ti, degrees west 20 rode , thence north
87 degrees west 10 rode. thence north 47 degrees west
18 rods, thence north 88 degrees wekt 50; rod*, thenoe
north 1534 degrees west 41 rods. thenie north i de
gree' west 51 reds, thence north 83 rods. thence
west 22.4 rods, thence east along lands of said Phenix
45.8 rods, thence 89,8 rods to the plat* of begin
nUig, con 98.9 acres; more or less. reserving
from sale a, _ lot, sbellfe-2 0 V. GO - 60 0 11 0 "AL
burying aPiliglilhittipholibli9.4e l =Bls4oBolllaLsand
good house , and and orchard =Gram. •
Tense,:—Ofigthint at tbru, of sale. and shell time
given for the r of purchase ;stoney.' Pinticialate
given at time ,ssle., W.
.; Feb. 91 , 187 -Bw.
iip attend- -
in the case,
ny,l but the
- of tew
i and com
• ce, their
House, and Lot for Sale. -
MEE undersigned offers for sale file House and Lot
I on Main street. In Elkland, Pa ata very low prioe.
Said lot contains one-half acre, and is under good cul
tivation. For terms, dc., apply to the subscriber. •
Pa.. Feb. O. F. ,130c9ca...
• 4141..zi °
Nan= Is Ural given that the undersigned have
been appeinted administrator. of the estate of
Ybilettui L. Qoabin of Pike Mills. Pother County. Pa..
daoeaaed. an persons Indebted to sold estate are zo- .
quested to mane Immediate payment. and those hav
ing claims or demands against the same will present
them for settlement to SARelf R. CORBIN.
, %kg i nfo
or Buiotkiiie l liaii, , ellsrelte. •
Feb. 21. 11372.4 e.
f cords of
Om t - . J. F.
, scat, by
a. Eliza E.
FOB SALL •
rftEIE subscriber offers for sale at his residence , in
.1„ Delmar, ono span of Horses), Harness, Wagon.and
3 lonia cows . AU of the above will be sold at private
sale Inquire of,
:Meknes: • • "
E. B. Youxo
O9necessorsl6,lo Young rt r •
Yankee Notions, I .
Picture Prunes and Glass, ,
Pictures, all sorts,
Picture Cord, 1
Justice Blanks,. " ; ir 21 ePti
Blank Books, all sizes,
NewsPaPerg. Magazines!, '
and every article in our/ina of trade.
—New York Dailies atOua Dollar a mouth.
—Elmira. Dailies at 75 Oenta a month,
—Subscri time for a week, or month, or year.
—Or rs liastockfir a y r atikode4to.
—We are Agee of the Arid= Line , and the Onion
Line of 17. S. Mail Ocean Steamers. Ireasaga Voids ta
and from any point in &rope at the lowest rates.
—Sight Drafts sold on our `Bank to Europe at cur
rent rates of Exdaartgo. t : -. •
Jan. 4441 E. E...4drOUNIAISDiiii
D. _V. 6:kimorith
General Insurance Agency,
N ' ZlX .'f i l TYR#S i kiliVA ‘;..,: '.::. ',..•'.ii?.
J. HI & J. D. Campapti,
A" prepared to Taws Policies in brit class Cosa
plitllea on ail kinds of Insurable Projej4y agg
Fire and Lightning at tedwitable rates. WiMiatel• • •
examine all delete personally in the whittles atTioga
and Potter. J. H. ;CAD/i3b/..
ii Fr 7d711x. 4.--..,,, J. bat
,P " 1.,
aligble Farms for- Rent.
S IPA siassablc Feria., image: est. use ihri%lo4Yes.
I,', Torras, caatuok Creek. add the;:attash.Ferrina:tdii.
Marsh Creek, are offered for Rent, for a term of feats.
To responsible parties inducements will bo given:—
For terms apply to ; O. D. MIL dupl.
,„.. ,fithlteadaig.ll*l clp,likt i :: ,
,te r. IleCilffnu...L,.o4ffT thipit; vaagrwans, - Wil
liamsport Pa. I ;
11ItrOfeliiiiim w le do ck f or Sale,
. , .
i r viiiiag
,Tti,s32l bon* about-toaemose from lifaachee
'ter arms to Stokesdale, ones for sale wanted ,the
stock of Einem Cattle. Implement ac., on reasonable
terms, will be silld on reasonable credit with approved
seenri -, ..', • '. t 'i. , '..,1 , -.• „AA: ttaszu ,k•F.,,,
=TEEM testamentary Wing been grinneet
flerslgned upon the estate of WALL Everett dee'd
/ate of Uclusun. Ttoga county, Pa., all yenta's totteht
ed to the said •te WO • nested
AT to ;pike Intmeattint
441 P V! 1M
, • . :
ticitenD L. Tammuz.,
Jackson, Pa., ;vb. 14, 1872-ew. Executors
t i gTERS of *oludf l bal:Sfar li t ty l eu g r • wita l l
• the oudeyalipied i ro tap aim Combs,
d , d, of Sabana . ntown yr ehuht • , Ps., all yer
sons Indebted to the Bald legate ate regnate•l to maks
Immediate payment, and thesis batting claims agahad
the estate will mike knownthe same withe t • L_ti
..,_;•• cipEO.,ll . ,` Elk
Sachsen, Feb. 1,17-VVY. ' .
s°: 00 ' 8 0 /0 00
~..,,,.: Executor_,-et sirotice.
NIFFIEREAS letters . tistr,p the estate et
___ alitM la
to the aaiuttittateotre. recinearna,to e xculk a lansq:4l.late
*lntent Wet Milotit dbilifigr Orden:Mae avanat
tl:io,eFfatitsd ' t. will make known the
I itenserkoWnt Sr leave them at the .owe .of
Geo. W. Merrick, Esq. EPERIAM 11A.H.2,
1 E 0
granted to the *ascribe:, allpersons indebted to the
said estate are requested to make immediate parwe3t.
and those having claims or demands cialudiktegLi
of the said decedent, will make known Abe same tO We
subscriber. j JAS. D. GAM,
• Jackson, Pa.. Pab. -14, 1642-6svw. - Executor.
1 00 -
„30. _ 12j1
20 - 2a.
/ 2 3i ^ ;35,
By virtue of a decree of the Orphan's Court, Tioga
county, the undersigned Administrate:a of the estate
of Frederick Welty, deceased, will sell at pa:diesels on
Saturday the 16th day of March 1822, 41 4 .one,g.'.cforlS ,
Ai., at the Court Rouse in Wellaboror-10 'fhb Wriest.
and beat bidder,lthe following lands in Liberty town
snip. being the estate of the said Frederick Welty
dec'd , remaining unsold at the time or Di a &crme
Ist. Beglisning at a post, the northeast corner at war
rant survey No. 1951; thence west4ss percht ato a at;
thence eauth43Bl9 stake a r a 4 , jit Of
Brewster lot; thenelpluo Bs
east 59 mad, to t ;V ia
north 135 8 at a . g 1
part of sariWzn 22.7 at 0
2d Being n 0 warrant No , 1901; bounded
on the no rth by di 4 puma Willy and Jonah Tay
lor, weet by lab of Zahn Ifeylif, south by tar 4q of
Jeremiah Eilludromod eat b 7 hints of Froderiek Welty
estate; cOntiatling 92X acres, morn gr le,sa, A ,
a, sd. BsidsolispitB yoistisottwat*Ornibile t VAS,
.eithinSpiacopas Aunsfunimathenba rriarth -*Mg Intiti
hue 83 perches to a teeth; thence west 12 perchea to
a post; thente south by ds of Israel Greenlicf b 3
perches to a Viet; thence saat,l7 perches to the place
of begitiMag; conbainin 8 acres and 14 et b ee.
br EardlY unse ; : ,•', ..,, f -, 4 ' , (
.. , I v 4 ; , ' to s s 4 , alt 1
by unsettled . west 1 parches, to s beech;
Wmiilli . liyl4Eldt 01,440 Tay 044 4ires, So
13'm 1 41 T-4 1 0:WA cßAtgr° , : ot 'A
b i4,l44s.6titati a s ka . ,'',...i . ic fb11"" s A
PlNlMiilMitet , ..o ol
Bale, einVittle‘t. *lila intirirst, one year from
saki sale; _Anal the remaining third .at the death .of
Mary Ann wow", widow of said, decadent, with =tape (
theriyabifilr Uto ;s t,ese 11:97 . 41 1
et •-7 - / r4 W— e'at,'.ff‘klizTl,
PAILUP J yliLTIr.
Feb is, 187,24 w. ' ' Aiateze.
!IL tt SRA 1 fa — liil
TO ADVEl,TiElle in k---ASS WM, who B
making contracts nswirlapera for tii...' WS tttiun4 pt
Geo. P. Rowei‘d i t t atere
tuadir.ur. or loam)? 23 or-as tar gatawl
nun Pans Pasinusr, COUtabgq ttliNewN6t:i
papers; end estimates, showing *ha Gnat et adveirsing,
a l " useful hints tx:l44Tettlitecii, and acme ae•
sr 2 COI
9 0 4
iLV 132 1 4 1.., • 4777 r•-•
AMY \P.- Ir . 51 • tl l NV l rir (!. • •
-81 6111 i Vellki l 11 2 1 0 1fra -
R ; • •
ow, Car stock is tits . bitgest. Goods Lb* best. Maw the lowcat. 4' it!' any Sive i Cerata.g, and probably la
f Th l i F9Pcssuvidotuatlalk4 SaroiAtias for 'ro.rftg „.„ southern ?few Torr.
tos 24elltost cif
..rertiSeaseitts •41, 'istivwmers - sod 1
I ' 6 " W " "" t SOO' ' 41 , 16 49 1 - 4 • • • 01114 am. sat - wee 114411
To Whom It May CancerM
E. B. Young & Co.,
and Dealer :Au
7: 14 P.),1r , „ 0 4 11 , es • _ -
• ...-, _ 1rt...P:upW,J04049. ; g .
E s; . j
I j -
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All ohle. Gooeis witi lb, ,Hoki c#l irecttlyreditwil
We.llabow. J. a IV%
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la= liV r AINT Gl ' A i l l A6G l inrlV . Mt
- ••• 1 't. s ,
14 ,4-Jj .
,u_'..:' , .' 7,'Y.,:.1-.
\ •..4 • I.
A. L. BOD/NE. Wenaboro. Pa
J. a HUM, Ag
IJP - 1 - tjalUffi. is .
~, sue.: N~_si
. t ad, b.r-u•
„ L " - „ Is
Dry Goods Line,
tri I ty--,141%
• - '
.11:11111;1;1411VOIROTii WIZ) IMES, BLOM GLOrijUNCi,
.t : •,!-- • tit= atit variety. elDa eft. ~ • ,
1 4 4 , atUfo ardatlatalcil
batreaohekt behind a fAltrEta . aijiaLlCAUf Ot Q 00.1.4 ioa4y to matt it obine *QM 1141 ma 0.14 mtt
4w and as saw itW otnl iii o mar choltio Ivortto wittt a cal/. is *UM= to a fula stook of 1
t:... ,f,:.! t . . ~'.. i. , • . .!.' ; ..z : ; . •) '/.
.. . .
' , Fatikel-t aft p t© Dry Goods,
. • oloiar bWitkcsa apeclailtics.
O! If llk AY Davea lop car'
ie lard, of mane to order by tbazOst erferlencit Tfcerl4
k wo, 44. 4 , 4 ,
ilcorug vrf - self r oy
I/J.111i; ill 1191:0 MI
for Imam Mims% wyksitkiAftsoactligls,
ttJlit*Lieitt 3 1 40 n cLa m strers_ eas sai _
# 1 toa vafiia6t*.
1. 4 .1k.0
;7" 7 - 7
lELILWY IMAM STOCIKii
, - _ -
THE BEST AGAIN IMPROVED I`'
• i , I
' : ' ritatteeetals bit Six improved, and is viow without a dOubt ttleV.o7.bMi
Does every kind of Work with the least,Troubit,
Neves. geta out of (oda, &Edwin rut a Iltetbue
s althottt repaint.
Don't yrarchase II SIMIAN; AillkobSOO Of way hind uutil you have aeon the
The aeletlowie4ge4lchemeiiigst Semite Machine of the mrhi,
tia\ka4 — esicialiss vi+or eVerraliflS to the
We are LOW Italy Arßittapikez'Atijiteiter-tias---
-14444 4. 404 irievec
- • ; • ,• •
~' ~ ,it.
141:!-111, • 6
1.. ~ 7.
TO* 6 . 1-* PA
... ... - i
TUN NNW SISPBGTE&. ,
Iu ttio world for genera use
rILLOT4f,it 084icial , Agiut, 83 LakeSireei, Elllstcs, N,
ti c it ..~J~_ ~.~•
4rct 1 4 4;'.,
kr. t..6>f -
. , .
Jan. 1, /OM
t ' t .r
J % t
J. -A, Pay =4O-
Li 1460; Tozvels. .7teapkin,s, Toweling's, Toilet Quills,
Table Covers, 4.e.
ignads in this line will bo largely advanced in price as *eon as trade 9ans, dad qtly buyers w il l do
- the best.
r 1 131ac' It Alpacas, Black Pure_Mohairs, Black Sibs,
oiaF stook cf these goods it large, and we are ssliing them at 1.698 than the present 3jarket Bates
Now PviaitesmA Ihiaideanze
Wears aLso telling out the balance or oil. Winter Stock4f.sbawls, Don t
(UMda, Flail and Wooline, at
laassLy reduced pleas. so that any one in need of such *owls will do well to sill on us loofa* Duping.
VOliniat,F4r. Cle, 1071
o,6lrgazig Finindry •& NtaitshliCie Shop.
I ' '
Idanufacturera of Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers. (oaring, Shafting and Brown riqiirsd
for Saw AMU, Grist Xi and Tanneries, Ovens and Grates, for barning flan. Screws ear mingtilted
lad leached Beek, Castings. Bolts, JtaLlroctei Frogs, Chairs, and Repairing done at short notice. We ta a la
c:Galati/at shij9princt7 Conal,or Railroads to all points, and can Machinery cheaper Guist East or
Western builders of the best quality.
Jan. 1, 11172-Iy. CORNING, STRUBEN GOVNIT, -N. Ti
/tve nunaber of Critic's. and Platforxii Spring and
ether smut far sale. ,Ll.ll. Varden .oLTioga. and
.bf Eityrenceville, • sotto. Call at the
aware places. or my shop is vitushoro, d examitia
work before pant/ming elambirre.
Jan: 1, 18:2. • C. 3. WHEELER.
1 .. ,
FALL AND WP4Tilt 60014,
• • 411
Up= wat.t Dress Goo 4 1 1 vi all kinds,
eau at B.i.LDWLY'IIi 9A4ztl7,
Y foci sraat 1317 L (1141 fog the Grazul Dutatas,
et BALDWIN'S MAU!
rr ron,. vrarl all Ottoman fazava.
Urcs want ito 4 A" 4 Fare . sumo,
II gm Want notiona4sni trimmings.
call at BALDWMI3 Shanty.
If you want Furs,
If pm wont knit G00d...,
It you watt, NALts airy Caps.
If you want i tioctlJ Aud 412046,
caV. at DaDWIN'S Shauty.
/t you want a set of Dishes
ern wau*gosA 1 •
Itycitt want a rasp scuds suit of clotbea,
• • call at 23ALDW/N'S Shanty
AricialW aOD q eltitAtis
at ass-pWrici smanti,
"mit at /ikikvill's
riPi.IN4SB.-au a L B .4,pia t i , s Shanty
If ou'tggnt piece that cast be best,
call ettlaaLDWlN'AEllwity. I
Wo an atiiiol.o to *elf thesevo4 bafora We lean
WI% T. Th, ILUZMIN CO,
O£ GOI 4I 4G,It- V., AUL 21EwEtwolvING
EARLY SPRING TRADE.
The subeerlbeza invite attentiOU to lipV:1110C14
Boots and; Shoes ' - rery Cheap.
, J. ♦. itAItSOMS dc CO
St you 'Nutt n sacol tuutortzuont of
call at EM.,I.J;)WDI'S SW:zty
call at BALDWT•S Sltar.t)
cal at BALD WIN'S Shanty
calf at IidLDWIN'S Shanty
call otIMLDWO'S Shanty
:.•~ :~ : ,
irr - F4 11A-LES
no VEGETABLE SICILIAN
r..... : ery - year increases the popularity
of this valuable Hair `P,reparation;
which is due to merit alone. We can
assure: our old patrons that it is kept
fully up to its high standard; and it
is the only reliable and perfected prep
aration for restoring-GRAY oa PADSP
HAIR to its youthful color, making it
soft, lustrous, and silken, The scalp,
by its use, becomes white and clean.
It retnoves all eruptions and dandruff,'
and; by its tonic properties, prevents
the' hair from filling out,,. as it stimu
lates and nourishes the hair-glands.
By its use, the hair grows thicker and
stronger. In baldness, it restores the
capillary glands to their normal vigor,
and; wilt create a new growth, except
in eitreme old age. It is the most
economical 11.4.1 R. DRESSING ever used l
us it requires fewer applications, and
giv_es the hair a splendid,_ Mossy ap
pearance. A. A.- Hayes, AI.D., S tate
Assayer of ;Massachusetts, says, "The
constituents are 'pure, and carefelli
selected for excellent quality; and
consider it the p d EST PREPAIIATiON
for its intended' purposes."
Sold bg all Druggists, and ' eaters in areduin44.
Price One X.ever.
Buckingham , s Dye
POE TIES WHISIMER.
As our lienewei in . I many oases re
quires too long a time, and, too much
care, to restore gray or fadedWid+4
ers, We hare prepared this die, in dfie
preparation; which will quickly and
effectually accomplish this result. It
i easily ftpplied, and produces a color
••lrich will neither nib nor . wash off:
Sold by all Druggists. Prise Fifty c ents.
Manufactured i 4 y . R. P. HALL & CO.,
Ja4. 1, 1871..
WONDERS W LL NEVER CEASE,
Artivu. trUarthe latest and greatest mai col dis•
jai aviary of tho age ?
DR. U. L. DILCCIN'S IlagrlC 'RIM =DWI.
It curse colds, diphtheria, crazdqi Pahl th the
;stanza, inalgastion, diarrhea, Wry, itunimer
i iacznplaints, cholera ;luau, cholera ,u b* magic. I
!as an ertarral application for trot bitee t cin , l. as,
sprains, Imalses, WOES, 221 . 12 r45ting4 CON hUdaabe,
,toothaas, neuridgia, pains in the Ride s back akg leak
in a ptactio• of six years, it has boa Sand to be sea
ong to no preparation ever °Arad to the Public-
Tee rioter of this medicine feels earrantal in
it to be the beat maned: for the abase
Wan in a ambit.
Manufactnred and pat up only by Dr. M. L. Bacon;
13Tosiburg, P. .
Wholesale agents—Hallett, Soarer -4 Parbati,l4sl,
Chamber street, New York ; W. D. Terbsll k Go.. oni
-40.14.-Zi. Y. Jiln. ' li. /672.
ton, Orr & Co.,
STONY roux,- PA.
PLATFORM SPRING, TRITOR 42,1,D
SLEIGHS AND 808 SLEDS.
Wo az% piomed to do snytbing in oar Una on short
noticp pad to belt suru f ac jc i Otrw o g
zwifisas 4Lentil We
.Stony Fork. Ja2. 1. 1812.
. - BEEri; 3101 1 31, in . the GoONTY.
-.THE UUNET HOUSE.'
I . Bo Onui /Aro cad willlil433ltts d; " I A a
co loOticsui art inttpitocktiyAßT ant alutt
ixt NorthertLTlQV pat ao /Ago
that stsecandiald 01F4, rft Lowitios, mew
d' Wain atvl Win ctteittWoZibolo. •
Agood tAbIA, good Ilcoots,ja±pier,azid ti rod
has g ot, An 8. 1673-ty FEJUSEIDO737P, W I.r.
W. .Ittl - ViE, would say tsF;learis *a his
ik.A 'irsrisets Shop is 4iaTikust47 stioßked al*
i Heavy, ana , 'Light . Harnesses s
ixtudgeki, a sOstailVal inimisex, an 3 offered at Watt
Mai Pipasjtaiito sum .