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t9othuche amps cure Ili 1 rninut(
Spzilding's Glue, the Atichiest thing out.
Sociable at the Baptist Church ' Tuesday
printed neat and cheap at, the AorrATon
I..famphear will learn something
to advantage by - addressing, or calling
qiNII S. R. Nettfosoq, Glyndon "Minn., or
0 W. 31errialc, Wollsboro, Pa.
}larch 4, 1873,f2w. „ •
Foster, E• - •:q, aged eighty•one, from
aridford, 31e$,Oau county, Pa., underwent
s u operation f}r eatarat,„yestAkrdax,
ErpDeGratr. Ilia visionllepiAstor.edlipd
doing well.—Elmira Advertiser. March 4.
All persons indebted to the undersigned
eu book account are notified to settle up with.
iu the next ten days, and save costs.
March 11, 1873-2 w. L. F. TRUMAN.
We woulVeall-ittention to au advertise
ment in anotkei - e . ciluedn of ft farm for sale by
Mr. A. B. A. Briggs, of Middlebury. Mr.
Briggs offers a good bargain.
I desire to , express my most sincere thanks
to my friends for their very kind and ikon
erous visit on Tuesday and Wednesday even
of Jest week'. They left mo on the "mn
ny side" with h balance of over $lBO.
N. L. REYNOLDS.
'Mr. C. C. Mather left town yesterday for
New York to lay in a full supply of new
Spring goods. He proposes to buy enough
to keep hie host of customers supplied a lit-q
tle while at least. Mr. M. knows howtO'huy
so well as sell, and there will be a rush to see
the new styles when they arrive nest week.
PUBLIC MEETING.—The ditizerti, of
Chglestcin township are requested to meet
at:Young's school house, Saturday, 'March
16,1878, at.t2,ll:ba s ,4Qtfyie . into consideration
the proposed division and dismemberirient
of Charleston township.
We advise all our readers of the male per
suasion to go to H. C. Perry's, 22 East Mar
ket Bt., Corning', N. Y., and get a Spring
suit. The Spring styles tn:epdkess varieties
are how ready, and are perfect genis:
A DRATH KNELLI This is what a neglect-
Ed cough or cold.proves to millions. If you
love life, arrest these premonitions of Con
stunption with Hale's Honey of Horehound
and Tar. Delay is perilous. Fly to the
only sure remedy. Sold by all druggists.
The citizens of Wellsboro are to bo treat
ed to a new and novel musical entertain
ment to-morrow evening, 'Wednesday, the
12th instant, at the •now Opera House, by
the Wood;;Wr0 troupe in
the couebbrA composed-- entiiely.-Of female
voices. The troupe is hirghly spokelfs of-by
all who have heard them. Admishion
cents, reserved seats 6fJ cents.
CHASTE AS /CF., AND PURE AS SNOW.- .
The fragrant Sozo/Avat i 4 a 4cient4tc . compo
titian of the purecit and choicest-ingredients
of the Oriental 'vegetable kingdom. Every
ingedienV,l). known to have abenefkial
erect on Itte ,seth and gums. It removes all
disagreeable l odors, even that of tobacco. It
speedily 're , ..toves those ravages which chil
dren suste4 in their teeth, owing to improp
er use of sleet and acid articles, which im
. • rceptioty destroy them.
L lftrult =NOY:-
il r. roung.bas for sale 2.ferms• and 2 wood
i ots 'in Delmar, a farm in Middlebury, n
!ion in Ohl/distort:(ar bargain at $2,000,) a
farm in Union, 8 stores 6 dwellings, and 90
luilding4lotaft4Vithiorer- Aliiii;:f6i . ifert
dBO acres of
;Ultra land near the town. , i
Fur further particulars, p ' es, terms, &c.,
apply personally or by mail o
Bea] Estate and Insurance Agent,
No. 1, Bowen's Block
TUESDAY, MARGIT 11, 1873
13 11 1 3e
—We haven't seen f hat "first robin", yet—
—Somebody Mys that . Winter has fallen
asleep in the lap of •pring this time.
—Wilkesbatre I. as a new wilkesburying
: •und. They mild fifty thousand dollars
for it. '
—The Term E gaztination of the State Nor
taal School begins to-morrow, and contin
utwo days. •
—The donation vila. to Rev. N. L. Rey
..olds last Tint Aay evening was a most en
igysble and tuocessfu.l affair.
—We are indebted to-11altv Vain I. Mitch
ell for valuable public itecum'ems,.inclnding
StanWs Hand-Book. .
—A somewhat illiterate gentleman named
tildog "Michael Angelo," on the supposi
tion that M. A. was (me of the old mastiffs.
' -- , The married ladies of a Western city
termed a "Coisse•Home•Hueband-Club."
It Ii about four filet long, and has a brush at
ate end of it.
—ln Mercer comnty theyrhave commenced
to carry out the provision e d of the Local Op ,
ton law by arresting those who disregard
—At the . ctiniter • eleclion in Corning, lest
Tuesday, the Democratic ring was defeated
bya"citizens ticket." The majorities ranged
'sem 60 to 165.
—Rev. G. P. Watrous, Pastor of the Bap
tist Church, Mansfield,' has "Tesigirea his
charge. He has been connected with the so
oitty about fire ; years.
—The Painted Post Times came to us lest
vtels restored to its old fair proportions --a
fact upon which the publisher and his read-
R+ are all to bocongratulated.
—"The beautiful snow" put in smother nil-
Isartince last Sunday night, and. spread out
svhite counterpane üboutthrie inches in
thckness over all Ohs region!.
—The chap who could do all the business
tie wanted to watts:Alt advertising, has been
compelled to adVextise atlast. The now ad-
Vertitement is 'h4tuied. "Sheriff's Sale."
"-The Senior and Junior - Classes of the
S tate Normal School, Mansfield, will give an
entertainment at the Normal Chkpel, Thurs.
day evening, March 13, 1873. The public
aro invited. •
—Tho citizen s of Charleston township art,
to hold a tneeting at Young's School House
next Saturday, March .15th, at 2p. m.,- to
owider the proposed division of the town
iihiP• There should be a full attendance.
—A patty of gentlemen interested in coat,
lacluding B. H. Cook, of Etath, and - .Mr.
tiny, of Corning, were- orb tour of in= 7
fiction Of the l:nines of thia county one day
Itiek. They twraled in a special train
s araade their own time-table. •
—The Parish Guide is a monthl publics-
Los devoted to the parochial interests of St.
/saw Episcopal areh, Mansfield. lc is •
lited. by the Rector, Rev.. v. Barrows.
Publication can be made very useful
Is adv ancing the work of the Churh.,:
—The Bimirn Adthti.t"iser of last Thursday
411t itira this item: "Two men, whose names'
were• unable learn,' are reported" as
having berm found frozen •to death- in the
4 .ighborbeod of 'Lawrenceville, Pa. ,they
ein the woods getting out logs." •
Cr. J. I'. Rusling is continually doing,
lod h for Lawrenceyille. His beati
,a theme of mach prtdui; he
1•11290 st "wakes, and t t ea rumored that
he will n. , ,xt turn I:4i.Bttentiois to the Episco
pal church. ,
—lles•Frs. E. G. ,N and Charles See
ley,have entered into the grocery and pro
vision business at 'the stand lately occupied
by Wm. 31. Ingstrum & Co:, The .boys"
will make a strong tenni and a POpular one.
We predict that'the • new
.firm of 'Nichols Sr.
Seeley will do their share of trade every day.
Here's to them; may they live long and pros
—Mr. John R. Bowen, of this village, has
been appointed Collector - of Internal Rove
nuo for this district.. This is a high cOrnpli
ment to I[r. Bowen; the appointment being
entirely unexpected and unsolicited by him.
Ile has been for -- several years Assessor of
thp distriet,,and his services us a , revenue
ofticor are evide4tly justly appreciated' by
—The ) Charter election in Elmira las Tues.
ii:r,qsilitid in a Del:necktie Victory: Lit-
Vier tltilitwll being elected 319.3ar (Weir 'Cf.
M. Diven. by a Majority of 126. The Re
publicans have nine, members of the Board
Alderman and the Democrats five. Tn
the 'county the Board of Supervisors stands
eleven Republicans to seven Democrats, so
that the victory is rather a barren one for
—lt is r'eported that the heirs of the late
;Wiles P. /Laskin are to contest the admit
ting of .his will to probate, on the ground
lthat ''ad notqualitied mentally to make
it, and for othef 'reasons. They will also
move to have the assignment set aside, by
which stock in the 3lorris Run Coal Compa
ny tolhe amount of one million of dollars
was transferredafter the committal of the act
by which his death was caused: It now
seems probable that the 'estate is to become
involved in protracted litigation.
Brothers, the proprietors and
publishe of the Blossburg Register were
burned o t last week by the terrible fire
- which de restated their village. We under
stand the Mire establishnient was destroyed,
and that there was no insurance on it. The
loss falls with great severity on the young
men.who were building up a fair business
by hard work. They have our lively sympa
thies in their great calamity. The solid men
'of the place should • help them to their feet
again, for a local newspaper is a valuable
'aid to the enterprise and growth of any vil
lage. We hope soon to welcome the advent
of a new Register even handsomer and bet
ter than the oldi
7 -The Harrisburg correspondent of the El
mira Advertiser says; "It hi's leaked Out
mere, accidentally it is presumed, that Mr.
Herdic has concluded to make the county
question an issue at the next election, from
which, if ; will founded, the opponents of the
scheme conclude he has "yielded the floor."
There's no knowing, positively, who's gov
ernor till after election. *- s Your corres
pondent cannotsee how it is possible to avoid
the investigation into the charge of corrup
tion made by the Bradford Reporter against
Mr. Prize; of Chester - County, ahairman of
the committee of Counties and Towns. The
_charges are personal, direct and emphatic.
If the men claimin;g i to know of his venality
—and they are numereus- 7 "go for him,"
mbi : tewashing. 'cannot avail mulch, be4use
they are determined to make a fearful ex
ample of such offenders."
—A few days since, at Hornellsyille, N.
Y., Elijah Jordan, while half crazed with
liquor, stabbed John llianhart; who had al
so been drinking.- 'ALanhart died three days
after the affair. Now, to say nothing of the
life thus sacrificed to liquor, just think for a
moment . of the sum this disgusting drunken
row will cost the decent tax-payers of Steuben
county. There are the examination and in
quest oVer the dead maxi, the arrest, impris
onment, indictment, trial and perhaps con
viction ofJordan. Then comes along string
ofapplications for a new trial, writs of error;
ataYs of proceedings, and so on. When all
these fail ; there is a strong attempt made to
pbtain a pardon, or at least a commutation
of sentenee'from the Governor, and that ar4-
'tempt failing, the county is at last called
?Ron to.pay. several t hondved....dollpirs tope.
sheilifior strangling a buthan - beilig accord
lug to law: . .L-Apd all this comes from allow
'ing 'some. iVertliless peon to sell liquor.
Leave out of sight the two lives lost, and
think a moment whether it pays.
A NEW HOTEL AND AS' OLD LANDLOBE.—
Evebrbody who, has had occasion.to stop at
a hotel in Welleboro during the past year or
two has heard of Sol Bunnel. And every
body who is acquainted with Bunnel is
aware that he knows how to keep a hotel as
Weil as thereat man and a great deal better
than most men.. It is because we are our
selves Well assured of his proficiency in that
line, by many months, continuous experi
ence, that- we feel peculiar satisfaction in
chronicling the fact that he has at last be
comethe lteeper of the -hotel known up ;to
this tiriie tis the Cone Hous'e, but hereafter
to Lbe called the Bunnel House. That
house should have been always a credit to
the place, but from the manner in which it
has been kept •it has not been, and we are
glad that it has at last fallen into efficient
hands which can and will make it what it
should be—a first-class, hotel. i
Mr. Bunnel takes possession.of the house
under such a faverable arrangement that he
is enabled at once to make many needed re
pairs sand improvements in it; and for t e
past week the workmen have been busy g t
ting things to tights. When they get throw h
the house Will be completely finished, in
thorough repair, and a model of neatn s
And attractiveness. As for the table, every.
body. knows that Bunnel is an eXcellent ca
terer and a generous provider. He has en
tered Lthe new hotel to stay for years, and
i t w ill be for his interest, as we know it will
be his pleasure, to make it the best hotel ever
kept in Tioga 'county. We hope he may
find indeased reputation and profit there,
and, we .heftrtly • commend the Bunnel
House to the favor of the traveling public.
EXT)SNSIVE FIRE AT BLossatTan.—A fire
broke out in Blossburg last Thursday morning
which resulted in the destruction of nearly
the whole blisine . ss part of the village. It is
believed to have been the - work of an incen
diary. A report in the Elmira Gazette says:
"The best verified statement that can be
gained is that at about half-past two in the
morning, Mr. Linus Jennings and John
Wilcox, living with their families in the
upper part of the stores occupied by May
Silverman and the building adjoining, no
ticed a strong smell of smoke in their lipart
. ments, coming apparently from the store of
N. &S. Their rooms began to fill with
smoke, and they ran down stairs and gave
the alarm. In the meantime they were
joined by.-:ls'sac Smith, S. Gaylord, James
and Mr . . Armstrong. 'The store ayes
fastened tiny no response from within was
beard to calls from the outside. Gaylord
kicked the door in, and says the clerk was up,
dresed and walking about.. Gaylord and
the others then gained an entrance to the,
cellar' from the outside through a hatchway
which was open, and discovered a lire among
sonic barrels, which could have been put out
with a pail of water.
"While engaged bi - -putting this fire out
Farr and others called out from the outside,
- For God's sake come out;, the building is all
on fire.' When be 'came out the fire .was
ereaking thiough the roof, hut had no con
nection whatever smith the fire to the cellar.
v , e' The weather waa intensely cold, the
thermometer being 21 degrees below zero,
mi l d the engine froze, up as soon as the water
was ler. into it. The fire by this time, was
raging with terrible fury, licking up build
, ing,after building. The engine was taken to
• the railroad shops and thawed out, and then
took water from the - cistern connected there
with.. For three hours the firemen and citi
! .zens worked faithfully at the breaks when
Ta t e lvreger-. gave- : out, the engine was again.
'frozen up and was disabled; pails were the
only articles left with which to tight this
'At seven o'clock, Williamsoic.,2 reet,
from Hannibal to Carpenter, was in ashes
on both sides. It in a- block 57t3-feet long,
and but two buildings remain./
"Isaac Smith's boot - and'-shoe 'store and
Odd Nellows Bldek, the,Zaptist church and
Van Order & Bannon' large blocks were
in imminent danger, but by 'the herculean
efforts of the firem'en and citizens, with pails
of water, theyzwere saved, and with them
the railroad'ahops i round-house and other
buildings/ * *
The josses and insurance cannot in - all
cise . sbe accurately ascertained but the fik•
lowing will be found substantially correct:
commencing cn the west side of Williapson street,
going south, was the Eagle Motel, owned by n.
/tops. ' Loss :5,000; insurance 82.500. The house
was kept by Albert Ward. Most of the furniture was
saved. Loss $5,000; no lusustinoo.
Poutorp7 )3:Mem ac Wroth, bankers, were la por.
tWa vf tals piefaosa %In oft,Soritria69.
Fully insured. Their lards, safe. vg , lgliinp, three tons,
was hauled out by teams, the able of Ilia building bo
-lug cut away for the purpose. • .
Following in regular order is the grocery of U. W.
Holden: Lona,tullnaildipg feud stock • $1..000; inanied
O.F. Tayfor 6wned The next building - and sive...—
Loss $2,000; nearly covered by insurance.
'-The next was occupied' by U. Bt. Seclly; hardware
store. Loss $4,000. Insured for $2,000.
J. L. Belden:, drugstore. Loss $3,000; 'insured $2,.
000. Pest office, loss: $2OO. - ' -
In the ae With the post Wilco, - was C. U:
Goldsmith, a ion , and It.
m R. Ilascy,,loy ss eter; loss
of former $2OO, ,i ance; of latter. lo $500; in
sured for $5OO. - - -
Two stores owned b Miss R. N: Perrin:lo3s $2;000.
nearly covered by indium/co, and occupied by Donn,
oily & Wilkins, boot-and shoe atorekloss $5OO. insur:
ad; balance of steel: saved. ' '
The second floor was oicupled .liyi W. li. Smith;
cashier, and &Ir. Lewis. clerk of the bank;, loss $OOO.
insured s27ovdrat floor by airs., Ir. Goldsmith,
ladles fancy gciods; loss $2,000, 'named $1.500: -
Suilding,of John Mdrtin, saloon, I s $llOO, insured;
Man Adam SalsaiPP: isartier shop; loss $lOO, no incur.
Drake & James; dry goods. &c:, lo 4, building and
contenes, $lO,OOO, insured $12,000. r ' ' '. '
Buildunfowned by Cordeila Smith and Chits. Chap
pell, loss $1,200. partly insured, occupied by Dr. A.
Ingham, drug albre: loss $5OO, no insurance; also by
Dr. 11. G. Smythe, lugs on books. surgical intsruments
&c., $2OO, no insurance,
Patrick Costello, boots and shoes, locs on' building
Lind stock $4,000, insured $2,G00.
John Cowan, meat - market, loss S4OO, no insurance.
Miss M. A. Derove," coufectiouer and Yankee no
tions, loss $1,000; insured $BOO.
Tho building of Samuel Roundel:, jr., loss . $l,OOO,
J. D. Mated. agent for Weed. sea - lug Machines,
stock nearly saved, toss $lOO. no insurauea,
Jas. S. Mitchell, grocery and bakery, building and
contents, loss $3,000, insured $2,000.
David T. Mitohell, saloon, in same building, loss
$lOO, no insurance.
Evans & Philbrlck, block of four stores, loss on
building $0,000; insurance $30,090. The first store
was vacant, second occupied by Ryan profilers, meat
market. loss $500; no insurance. The third was oc.
copied by Ni,a7 fr, Silverman, whero the+ilre broke out.
They claim stock valued at $10,000; insurance $3.-
000. The fourth was obcnpied.by B. A. Murry, gra.
eery and eating saloon, loss $2,000; insurancessl,6oo.
11$0182rElt OFFICE BORNEO
The upper part of the building was occupied. by
Graves Bros., printing office, and office of the Bless.
burg Register. -These young gentlemen will receive
the sympathy of every sitizen and their brethren
throughout the country. They had placed every cent
of their capital in the enterprise, and bad been run.
fling only about eighteen months, and had built up a
flue business. They lose everything. Loss 11,500;
no insurance, and nothing with which to start anew.
A. Redfield, law office, contents mostly saved, loss
$5O, no insurance.
Miss Julia P. Crane, millinery, loss on building and
stock, s22oo,lniturance $l2OO.
ThomaS Trabey, grocery, loss on building and steak
$2500, insurance $lOl,O.
L. B. Smith, boot and shoe store, lees on building
and stock, $l6OO, insurance $4OO.
Stephen Bowen, building loss slo.ooo,tinsured $6OO.
H. P. Erwin, Merchant tailor. loss on stock $5OO, in.
W. L. Ileagle, grocery and saloon, lon's $lOOO, in.
sured $500.. •
Jacob Miller, dry goods and merchant tailor, loss on
building and stock $12,000, insured $5,000; a good
many of their goods were saved. -
Hurley & Hayes, building, loss $2OOO. covered by
insurance; contents mostly saved, loss .of over $lOO,
Morris Tuch; clothing, etc., loss on ailding $9,000.
insured $2,000. lie bad n stock valued at $7,000, but
it was mostly saved; loss on latter not over $5OO.
0. A. Yale, tobacconist, loss on stock $2,000, insured
Mrs. $. E. Caldvrell, block, offices, stores, loss on
building, $6,000; insured $2,400.
The first was occupied by E. Andrews, liquor dealer,
loss $5OO. no insurance.
The second by Mrs. S. E. Caldwell, Yankee notions,
groceries, etc., mostly saved, no insurance.
The third by Freeman & Patterson, jewelers, and
Mrs. J. H. Patterson, millinery, stock mostly saved,
loss not over $5OO, no insurance.
Fourth by It. Mills, druggist, stock mostly saved,
loss $3OO, no insurance.
Fifth bye barber shop, contents saved,
The upper part wea occupied by J. C. Morton, law
office. Ms library, bogks, etc., and most of the
furniture was saved; less $500; covered byinsurance
J. A. Baikell, photographer, lose Q• 30) small ini
The lodge of Good Templara lost everything. organ,
carpet, regalia and furniture.
There are but four place: of, business lyl in Liz: village.
• Blossbnrg indeed lies desolate in its ruins, which
tare still smoking, but Pho'nix.like will rise again to
greater and better proportions.
A GLORIOUS REVIVAL AT MILLERTOWN.
Dear Agitator : J have not written you in
some time ; yet I had not forgotten my prom
ise. We are having an extensive and glori
ous revival of religion here. -
Do you like such news? Well, then, listen:
About the middle of January last, Rev. A.
I. Blanchard, pastor of the M. E. Church
'at this place, commenced a series of revival
meetings, which have continued with in
creased interest and unabated attendance up
to the time'of this writing. Ail the country
round' about has been stirred up.mightily.—
t after night the seats around the altar
hay been filled with-anxious inquirers after
the!' Way of Life." ' ,
The following is Rs nearly a correct state
ment of the work done to this date as mayt
be: • About one hundred persons have been
to"the altar for prayers. Seventy of this
number have been converted and reclaimed.'
About sixty 4f the number converted are
married persons, over thirty heads of
fariailies,.- 7 - some skeptics, a few "wine
bibbers," and nearly all hard cases general
ly. It is believed, however, that the work
is well done in most of the cases. Come
over, and we will let you breathe a different
atmosphere. To God be all the glory. I _
In haste, ERASTIIS
Miliertown, Pa., March 6, 1873.
THE SCANDAL AT KNOXVILLE.—We have
received the following communication, and
in pursuance of the request of the writer
proceed to lay it before our readers:
Mr. `Editor.—Last evening at the tea table,
a copy of the Addison Advertiser of Febu
ary 26 was handed me, and my attention
called to an article credited t the AGITA
TOR, detailing what were stated to be the cir
cumstances of a most brutal outrage commit
ted against the persons of two young girls,
aged about twelve and thirteen years respect
ively; and that the guilty parties were per
mitted 'to go peacefully about their. business
unmoiested, through THE CRIMINAL NEGLECT
OF Mn. J. M. Gissow, as well as that of the
uncle and guardian of the girls.
In such cases, and i n all cases, the simple
unvarnished truth is what every sensible
person wishes=-the truth and nothing but
the truth. There is, in all conscience, out
rage ehough in this wicked world of ours,
without painting its atrocities in higher col
ors than their own native hue.
et us, t.en, attend to the facts in this
case, • as - they actually occurred. On the
evening,of..February lid, last, there - called at
the Knoxville Hotel, a man from Potter
county, with .his wife, his young 50T1, and
his two orphaned nieces whom he had
brought up in his family. On the same even
ing, two young men from the village of Ad
dison, Steuben county, N. Y. also called for
the night; and also, a Mr. Bronson ii - nd son
from Cuba, Allegany county, N. Y.
This hotel, kept by Mr. Gibson, above re
ferred to, has 'most of its sleeping-rooms on
the second floor. On the south thee of this
second floor is a veranda opening above the
street some twelve feet from the ground.
Along the side of this veranda are four sleep
ing-rooms, with windows opening out on to
the veranda from them, and from one of them
a door. All these rooms connect with a cen
tral hall running parallelwith the veranda;
but no two of them connect•directly with each
other. In the - eastern room of this suite were
placed, for the night. the uncle of the girls,
with his wife and son ; next to them; the two
girls; next to them,,these two young men
from Addison; • and, in the western room,
Mr. Bronson and his son. The two young
men were in the room from which the door
opens on to the veranlii. This is usually oc
cupied:by Mr. Gibson himself; but he gave
it to these two young men, because one of,
them is a rich man's son; and Mr. Gibson
gave him as good as ho . had, while he, him
self, took a room on the opposite side of the
central ball. He did net retire until about
12 o'clock. At a quarter before one, these
girls came out of their room, passed by his ,
door and went to the door of the room oc
cupied by their uncle and aunt. and called
to be let in. Mr. Gibson immediately sprang
ont of bed, threw on his clothes, stepped into
the hull, and inquired whet was the matter.
By this time, the uncle hafl opened his door,
and admitted the girls. Mr. Gibson followed.
They said two men had come into their'
room, through the window from the veranda,
and had attempted to violate their persons.
Mr. Gibson proceeded it y to the
door, of the room eccupk young
men. They attested to be > that he
could not arouse them. m went
through the window onto the veranda, and
tried the outside doerof their room; and
after thumping and,threshing, they answered
his call, at first declining to open their door.
Ho 'replied, tlitit if it was net opened, he
it open. They thereupon
stated the case to them. They
everything of the kind. He
ress themselves and -go with
Nom where thegirls and , their
t; were.. ', The•eld - ek of the two
dhe could' identify her mati;
ger hesitated. 'The men both
fur:6u * sly denied every allegation made. by
Now, let us attend to what had been done.
In the bed where the girls had been, were
some stains of blood, where the elder girl had
lain. It was pronounced catamenial
by very competent' authority. The uncle
had heard the window in the trootn occupied
by the girls, rise, and had himself half risen
to ascertain its cause; hut, hearing nothing
more, he had lain down again. No noise
further was heard, until the girls came into
the hall. So far, then t the evidence against
the raseals was too slender, Se stood the
case in the morning; still, -however, Mr.
Gibson proposed to the uncle of the girls, to
immediately apprehend the viieins. He, on
the contrary, was very anxious to prosecute
his Journey, and so did,—Mr. Gibson thought
tbttestitnony of the girls needed some col
: support, 814 bided his time: These
... . ,
two young -men sven. on -their buSiness to,
Ed,gecombe's four miles-West of this , place, :
and' there told of the affair, and ' said they
did it ,
. alleging, however. that' .thought
the eprls-belonged to the house. .
' The 'statement, ' that the - younger .girl is
sick and not likely toirecover, in consgguence
of her injuries, is siMply :and' . purely ficti
tious—not a syllablelof truth.: in it.. -
~/ lisy 7 ,
self sago, her at the bljeakfast table, qpparent
ly in , good health, the next ntortztng... Ten
.4,ys,subsequently t tl a affair, the =pi-re
turned on his way' eh. The girls Nve , re
with him, in good h atth. Re and. his wife'
declined to do anyth ng ' about the -matter ,_•
Mr. Gibson persistedt nrult- the depositions of
,girls were: Amity taken. •- From -these
depositions it appearti that the girls are r&
spectively,' 'thirteen I just- past,- and' fifteen
next June. They are quite well grown.. SQ•
now stands' the eased - - '. ' ' ',
In conclusion, let it be remarked,limt, if
a common-sense silenee - had been observed by
those. to whom the love, facts were 'necesso, '
rilg made known, oso two ,young"scape.:
graces would hav4i been apprehended `long
ago; but, the brainsl 'fools lie• entirely in
their ears and iton ,g Lac . And the:press, equal
ly indiscreet. in ma tern requirtng seeresY..
seems to "delight in nothing so much as t?,
sow on every wind f cts the successfulissues
of which require to he kept.behind the cur=
taro. Such i3rurieno in ears to
tongues to talk' ruins many a case.ln this
case, somebody couldn't keep a secret with
out blistering' his tongue ; and so told' it to
the AGITATOR—the AGITATOR, to the world..
Now, MT.. AGITATOR, I' hope that, willing
to tell the truth as , it is, you will have the
kindness to publishJ.his statement, as I give
it. lam responsibl for what I say. ' I have .
been a boarder. in this 'house constantly
since the 12th of Sep ember hist; and I know
thit M. Gibson st'l ives to the best •of his
ability to keep an ! unexceptionable - house..
The above was an ill laffair ;. - that might have
occurred in any hottse ; bat, as a rule, the
chaste have-no need here to fear for their
chastity, 'nor, the sober for their sobriety.
In the foregoing statement, I. have'only
put into a clear light] facts alre dy heralded.
to the world. I Ndpuhj not prejudge the
guilty; nor would I lextenuate their crimes.
O'Oly the notoriety already'givii- to this case
has fereed•mo'to break silence. Should Alp
case ever be brought -into a Olio' court,-
some other points inl less essential will be
disclosed. Till then, let the sword of justice
sleep in its scabbard.i , IRA SAYLER.
Knoxville, *Pa., March 1, 1873.
Tiogk county,. es: .1
* . Personally tame be
son, of Knoxville, wt
=lion says the abov
best of his knowledge.
GILES ROBERTS, J. P.
Having no desire to do injustice to any
man, oven involuntar i lly, we have thus giv
en Mr. Sayles .all the space requested in
which to vindi/ate the action of the land
lord, Mr. GibsT, beir - ---
communication as 9'
italics, smalleaps al
writer has succeeded
ers can judge o for tb
willing to leave the
merely remarking t •
leading citizens of K
conversant with the
Et S a pretty hard one
It seems to us, however, that a few wordi
of diminent e t re called for upon one point
which has been raised by this discussion, and
we proceed to make them i o
Mr. Sayles takes 9 sharply to task for
publishing the fact that such an 'outrage had
.been committed, and says "if a common
sense silence had been observed" in regard to it
"those two young scaPe-graces would .have
been apprehended long ago." Now, let us
apply4e. little "common-sense" to -the con
sideration .of the facts M
and see how uch
the publicity we gave d o the affair can have
interfered , with the ceurse of justice. Ac
cording to Mr. Sayles t..he offense evils com
mitted, on the night or February 3d. Ten
days afterward the uncle returned and the
depositions of the gir s were taken. Feb
ruary 18th—Ave days fter the depositions
were taken and fifteen days after the crime
wfts e - bminitted—we published the-first no
tice df the affair. Was' not two weeks time
enough to enable the landlOrd to vindicate
the honor of his house by procuring the
arrest of the villains who bad stained it be
cause ''they thought the girls belonged to
the house?" It would! seem to the eye of
"common-sense" ample time to set the
wheels of justice in motion, even if - one of
the dirty offenders was l'a rich man's' son.",
But even if it w not, what' possible etn : i
barrasssnent could' be iauaed in the matter
by the fact that the story was made public?
Did not these "two young men from Addis,
s eess know that-they wire elsarged with the •
offense? Were they not aware that their
names,were known to Mr. Gibson, and should
be known, on the morning of February 4th,
to the public authorities? We regret ex
ceedingly that their narnes aro not to this
day known to us, so that we can give them
to the public; and our rFaders mustbave re
marked, as a singular circumstance in the'
case, that our correspondent is careful not to
mention the names of the offenders: WNeth
er the ()mission is accidental or intentional we
don't know; it is certaily significant.
The "two young men, from Addison" had
been already brought before the girls and
charged with the crime.l . They had already
told of the affair four miles from Knoxville
and confessed that "the did it," according
to Mr. Sayles. It is certain
ain that the state
ment in the AGITATOR ' conveyed no infer
matien to them. How, then, is it pretend:
ed that the publication Of the fact aided their
escape? i:)id it inclini the people where
they- mig tbe to aid 'their flight? We can
not insult the citizens of any portion of Ti
oga county, or of Steuben, by such a suppo
sition;nndlwe think Mr.; Bayles will not. Is
it possible that these two, young men counted
too much.npon the good nature of Mr. Gib
-son, because-they thought the girls belonged
to the house, and felt secure from arrest un
til the landlnrd might be impelled by public
opinion to prosecute them? 'We hope not;
but we confess we cant understand what
Mr. Sayles means by im lying that the pub
lication of the fact two weeks after its oc
currence prevented the apprehension of the
"two young `cape-graces," as he calls them.
As to Mr. Sayles's pleasant remarks about
"the brains of fools," the indiscretion of the
press, "pruriency," &c., we let them pass
for all they are worth, merely remarking
that we fully recognize he duty of the press
• not to aid the escape 9f criminals by pre
mature disclosures of crimes. We also rec
ognize as a further duty the task—always a'
disagreeable one—of hoTding up to merited
public reprobation those who violate the
criminal law of the land and, still snore,
those who attempt to palliate such violation s ;
or wink' at the escape of the guilty. On a
c a reful l review of thsi facts of this case, we
are satisfied that we h.ve not overstepped
the line of duty in either direction. ,
[One other point and ss',. e have done : "Cit
izen," in his communication published by
us two weeks ago, says that our first article
reflects severely on the, honor of the Boro of
KnOxville. This is,-v. mistake. Wo - were
careful to state that the perpetrators of the
outrage did not' live in Knoxville, but were
from the State of New York. The. fact that
such an affair happened lis certainly no dis
credit-6 any village or;any house where it
t9iiik place. The vicious passions of-the de
praved may manifest thein selves anywhere.
It is only when those *hose 'duty it is to see
that the law is put in motion to punish such
fail to do so that dishonor attaches
to any, but the guilty' parties. We have
never attributed to the good l people of Knox
ville, who, we know,
,condemn the crimes as
warmly as we do, any fault in the premises.
But whenever there is an apparent attempt
anywhere to hush such 'a matter up we be
lieve it is Ole business of the press to give
utterance to the indignant protest of every
honest heart, even if the 'offenders are `;rich
men's sons.'.'A failure to do that would be,
to.ihe press itaelf.. • • .
EIMIIALL—EC HERS ON.—ln Wellsboro, March kth.
by i llev. N. L. B.eynolis, Mr. Chitties H. Kimball and
Miss Elvin, Eckerson, both of Charleston. •
STRAIT.—In Wellaboro, March 6, 1673, Fred., in
fant son of Charles E. and dulla Strait.
OLNISTEA.IS.—'are. Lure:lda Olmstead, of Dermar,
Tioga county, Pa., born July 8,1790, departed till; ife in peace, on Feb. 11, 1873. She had been fnr
more than sixty years a member of the 'M. E. Clintdh.
TO T.LaPa r r. "
M 60 to 73 acres of god fanning 'laud to itt.
Wader a high state of cultivatton. - also a cumber.'LßOa. .
ror particulars apply on the Prefelseg of
IE. D. DE Pin • •
,Itsfarsl.l, 18764mi' _
fore me John M. Gib
o upon his solemn Oar
: facts are true to the
ng earefulito print the
inphatieally as written,
pd all. Whether the
in his attempt our read
ernselves, and we are
.decision with• them,
at at least one of the
noxville,-who is fully
tacts, regards the task
DEATHS. ' I
noc..lo4}lVieet - and - honorably, $l2 61.1 per 'day
$7.5 per week, py stone° applying for territorial rights
(which nro . oten free agents,) to sell the beit. strong.
est, naOst ltseful atlatePidecfingSeifingMschine, and
Patent Button Hole Worker, ever need or relounnOnd•
od by farell t st; or bnynne for yoarprinnse: it Is only
$5, gc:Zit. 4reo e'verywhero by express. Address for.
particulars - , A". Omar:tr. Superintendent Corcareen."
arch and Courtland Ate: ist, Y. ; -
Oct; 15.1181'.'?,13r0. ,
c rli ... $02 9 inn' gay I Agents wanted! AuVISs
t . TO• es of working people, of either es,
young' "or Ohl, snake' more money at work for ua in
their Huai° moments; pl• all the time, than at anything
else. • r artientrups. fret). Address G. Stinson—l; Co.
Portland. Maine:. ' *Sept: 24.1872-Iy.
• - Ales. Geo. Campbell
ItA i yliSro_4:torped i t t o Wellaiioro, and having timid'
Iter tra.d.o.ln matiufacturo of
:;44/741.1044f. ifAta worm,
would iiispertfuTlY say to her old friends that she
would* gla j d tl.see :all who would - favor her with
their cage): Slid tau '');)o found at the house of .1.
tioludir, ' 'Deb. 05;18734f. •
• For Sale ! -
TE subscriber offers for said his farm id Middle
bdry, neat tbortaville, _containing 10E welt, 90
acres improved, and ii in good Mato of cultivation.—
There aro too orchards, a good bonne; two barns, a
stare building; and wagon shop on thd premises. Any
one widdtig t9..pinclawd Tan. tern all particulars by
doing 9n the eubacribor on tbo Pro:obeli.
rob. 25, 18713-Sm. it. 51; KEENEY..
. . No 3. liotoen's !Hock.
rr i irpraft:s sold payable in any city or town in Europe.
rpi-Cabin, Second Cabin, or Steerage Passageticteta
to or from any town in Europe from or to Wellsboko,
byy the Anohor Line; or the Williams and Onion, U.&
Mail Line of Ocean Steamers.
larlieal Estate bought and sold on Commission.
Jtiry desire to cell particular attention tothe
=co facilitlesafrotiled by the old and well lutownS
- , -ESTADT.IBII2D ni 2860. E
F1RA , ....41.FE: & ACCIDENT.
, Capital Represetitect $lOOO,OOO. -• •
/ETNA, Of Hartford, Conn. '
HOME, of New York.
FRANKLIN, of Philadelphia. -
INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA:
PENNSYLVANIA, of Philadelphia.
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE,EdInburO
PHENIX, - of Brooklyn, N. Y.
LYCOMING IBIS. CO.. Munoy. Pa.
TRAVELERS LIFE & ACCIDENT, Hartford.
' written in way of the above leading oom•
panics at standard rates. Lopes promptly paid at
my °ince, No. 3 Dowerr's Block. HUGE( XOUNG.
Nov. 19. 1872.
PORIEB.OY BRO'S & SMITH,
13 AN ItERS, •
BLOSSByRa, Tioga County, Penn'a.
Poussox a411.0%1 141-tarsi', W BDITTU,
Feb. 4, 187.1-1.
TREES AND PLANTS I
ror- Sprzng - Planting-- 1873.
/AM% moricl call the attention of the people of-21:
oga connty to my splendid stook of
OBEENUOUSE ©ND BEDDING PLANTS t
Also Vegetable Blaiits of all varieties, in their seas•
on. firiPanifillS, Rhubarb and Strawberry Plants, Apple
Trees, Quince Bushes, Larches and other °rim:aortal
Trees and Shrubbery.
arSEBDS BY MAIL PREPAID.•;IM
Field Pumpkin, per its., 26 cts; rdammoth Russian
Sunflower,per lb., $l.. or 1 oz. 10 cts; Sweat. Corn,
early or late, per quart, 10 obi; Onion bets per quart,
25 cts. • . . •
'I can dab turnigh very fine Sngat Blapieti, grown in
Mid open B eld. '
Correepondonco or orders promptly attended to
Vellstroro, Feb. 25.1873-tr.
}JAS the IsigelOt and best selected stsck of
vi BOOTS AND SHOES
• ever brought into Wellebon". eousastiog of
:Ladies' Kid and Cloth Balmer
als and Gaiters,'
Ladies, -Misses, Children' and
Gents':- Cloth Boots and . ' Shos.t
Prince - - Albert Caf, Boots,
B.oy . Calf & Kip Boots,
In fast, all kinds of gone' and Women's wear kept
In a prat-class 4oe Store. The best sewed Woman's
Shoes over olibd In this market. I defy the world
If you don't believe it, try rue. I buy only the best
stock, and .have as good Cordwainers as, money can
REPAIRINci done neatly, and with dispatch." '
feather and Finclings '
of r.ll kintla constantly on band
CASH PAM FOR HIDES, DEACON SKINS,
PELTS AND FURS
Having Just tilled up my shelves with a choice
stock, personally selected for this market, I respect.
fully solicit a fair share of trade/ "Small profits and
quick returns," I believe to be, 'a good business ma
jaa and.l.hoid,the best goods to be the cheapest. I
keep no shoddy. My assortment is sufficient to meet
all sizes and. tastes. I ihvito our patrons and the
publio seneralloqo call and examine my stock. No
trouble to ..sliow goods. Always to be found. one
door north- of. C. B. Kelley's store, Main street.
Wellaboro;.Pa. JOHN FISSLER.
Fett. 4. 1811-tf.
E'9 in another column, advertisement about
Torre AND NEWILSKL Lanus.
To Suffering Humanity.
DR. TIPPLE'S PILE SPECIFIC is warranted to
cure every case of Constipation and Piles, or money
.Sold by Zohn Pierce, Wellaboro, ra.
Oct. 1, 1874.-dmoa
T ETTER'S of Administration on the estate of La
_LA faYettdCast, late or Blossburg, Tioga county, Pa.,
deceased. have- been granted to 'ferry Edits, residing
in Mansfield. county and State aforesaid. to whormall
paraons indebted to said estate arc requested to make
parsoent, and thbse having claims or demands 1,111
know kno the sante without delay.
Manstl4l4, March 4, 1373-6w.* HARRY EL LIS.
ITN puregsnee of sin order of the Orphan's Court of
the county of Tioga, dated the 27th December,lB72,
the undersigned Trustee under the last will of John
Fellows. dveasediwill on Saturday the 6th day of
April, A.1X.1873, at one o'clect B: M. at the Court
Haase itrVEllabbro, - expese to sale - the fel l 9 , 4 l lE.lias'-
_bitklets thi prapeity of said. ditieetlsl4• , VJZ;'''..
-- ...A1l thetlat , oflapil eitusAeltiNVelisborth-Tioge coon,-
ty, Pa.',•bounded on the n rth by Benj. F. Kelsey. on
the eastby the highway,. n the south by Charles Mo.
'Mei' and George English, nd on the west by Benj. F.
Kelsey, containing 61 ac s and 100 perches.
At.so;all that-Other lot of land-'situate in Delmar
township-, Tioga county, Pa., bounded on the north by
lands devised by said John Fellows to Erastas Fel
lows; Mahal - renews, Horace Fellows and Huldah A.
Heise, On the east hy lands at C. L. Wilcox, on the
couthty lands in possession of Stephen Russell; sub
on the west by the highway, containing - five acres of
Tam:v.—rive Hundred Dollars at time of sale, the
remainderla two equalatuattalpayinents with interest.
. March 11, 1873.-4W.Trustee.
0,173. A. ED &ern' tbe'preallses of the subscriber, fn
flsrtt. Settlement, 'Vogl county, 1a;, Feb. 20th,
one' three Year.old rod heifer: • Any persOn. finging
said heifer Will be rewarded, upon drivincber Lane
' or ietuilug Aube, of her whereabouts to toe.
16444 4i WNW.*
G. W. FRESTON
Circular, Gang a
M. B. PR4TCg
0011111116 /Mast ae, irra.-17
/ Wu Just Iv l
Boots& Shoes, S
CLOTHING CUT AN I
marizio" ds 'au marked
Welleboro, l*o. S. 1872..
PORTABLE AND S
'ABTIDTLAD ATTIENTION PAID TO
GANG SAW -MILL ENGLISH, MIJLA.Y & CIRUULAR L mILLS._
Slilw(3 , .241L-ta Alin E 1 GltilD3 ALWAYS oN LAND. •
WATEB;IMEIM9.qLITBD TO L OP ITATRA, TALMITZRY IRO ?.3 , BBLOOL IRO , l 4, 4'tteC•
41 experience our Mfr. Big'. IL Calkins of over twe nty
-90fert "as a Mist and .IForimpfra, enables us, .
hf,sonal supervi*nt, to ntake
- l_irst,thstis rah.
SPA OR BELO ArflS' TO
i...i - .TtES*QQO;
_- - -
5 , HA
G(! ~ ~t
Block, Wellsboro, Penn'a.
'tea eciait4l 92.0eVe "wee*.
PRESTpN & HEERMANS
ff v. 14". "Sr
. 1 4 kindle repaired Promptly and at relsonableTatola.-63a
from the ally witha largeand, well ssladed c k of I
L ZS IF EEIef 31111174601461 /E42 i gh
Y - MADE CLOTHING.
awls bought since 'the. bieak in Pikes
kANCY CASSIMERES. &0.. &C.
MADE TO ORDER and a petfeot lit guaranteed.
LOW for Cash. Now Is the time to secure good bargslas.
WILLIAM W LLEION.
IPOST IRON WORKS,
ESTABLISHED IN 184.8.
TED reosfr, N Y.
A • , &:0 .
/Sate Mills, .111a . ohinery for
arin,L; and Casiikgs-of
in, Iron, and Brass:
sitioo - -.-I?:4f,w_.•7'Nrit - ro
Bltroog• ALLEtysTwl, f,i
Chloroform, Spirits of Jr:7: .e Envy
lie, Of 'Juniper, an.;
4oequalled in tliCatinn.a MP 6,
Nervons or Sick 1/oad NOicuagia,- Trrtlibilfq::
or Twitching of tho lic . rvel.l„ 444 all NerNOU4 Diseases-
It will counteract — ail' poisons, liaidsh pimples, 'stirs
scaloy eruptions, itching, humors, It .egualiges
the circulation, invigoratel the eFaieni, increases, the
action of the heart, without exciting tho brain "cOreg
Palpitation and riuttering 'Heart,
Dyspef- ' —•- •
ens, b 2
rIriLLLIONS OF ACRES :-
.il & NIMILISKA LIND&
. _ ror. clAtr Di THE
On Ten Yeats° Credit at 6 ilor cont. Interest.
PRODUCTS will 'pay for the land and improvements
ranch within the limit of this generous credit. Better
terms aro not offered, and probably never will bp.
CIRCULARS giving the full particulars, gratis; o II
for all that aro wanted to read and dircialate,
CO= WEST and thrive. Friends will follow.
A fixcrioNex MAP, showing the exact location of
lowa lands Is sold at 30 cents, and of Nebraska hinds
at same price. rim Circulars and Maps apply to ~
GEO. S. HABRA -
Land Commissioner, BIM/Min-TON, lOWA.
And please say in st at Paper this advertisement
Feb. 18, 1873-4 w. -r
General Insurance Agency,
NULSON, TIOGA Co., PA.
J. EL &•11,. ID. C Xll Ell ELL
A RE issuing policies in the following Companies
against tiro land lightning „in Tioga and Potter
QUEEN: . ...Assets, $10,000,000.00
CONTINENTAL of New Y0rk,........ - ...2,f0,520.27
RANOVER of New York 083,981,00
GERMAN AMERICAN, New _1,272,00040
WYOMING, of Wilkesbarre, Pa 219,e98.42
WILLIAMSPORT, of Wm'sport... ; ..... ..118,068.P0
All business promptly attended to by Mail or other:
wise. Losses adjusted and paid at our office.
Nelson, Dec. 10, 1872-Iy..
In the Court of Quarter . ' '
Sessi-ons of Tioga Co.
IN thomatter of 'a Petition for the erection of a new
j_ Township out of parts of the Townships of Del,
mar, Charleston and Morris;
The undersigned, Commissioners appointed 111 eaU
Court to inquire into UM propriety of granting the
prayer of the .Petitioners in this case, etc., will melt
at the ofliceof the Fall Brook Coal Company, at An
trim, in said cdunty, on Wednesday, the 19th day of
March, A. D.1.E73. at 11 o'clock a. m., to discharge the
duties of their appointment, 3t which time all parties
interested will be heard. . F. E. SMITH, .
- MART KING,
F. K. WRIGHT,
Feb. 25, 1873-8 t
Mar. subieribtr oilers to — th - o — farmers through the
county.the Egyptian' Corn, which — upon_Wal waa
found to ripeu if planted even the . last 'of JrUi. -- itis
estimated, from its very. prolgle qualities, to
yield 150 biushels per- acre,•and, - .weighs, by measure,
45 'pounds to the bushel.' This corn Wad prodnoed
from some procured 'direct from Mr. Jones, our Con- c
Agent, directly on his return from'Egypt. - - It
needs no different culture from that of other varieties,
and in the South two crops can be raised on the same
ground in one year. It grows in the form of a tree, and
34 ears have grown upon one stalk—average' from 6 to
16 ears. For domestic use it is unparalleled. -Wheat
ground and properly bolted, it is equal - in color and
fineness to wheaten dour. As a forage- crop, by BOW
ing in drills or ltroadcast,(for ear y feed,) there is no
kind of corn-so . a ell tid3pted tom lob • cows, and none.
that will yield ha f the value ins elk Or corn.. .
It cau be successfully groin ny State.
Timms :—ln order that all y receive seed, we
have reduced the price to ono do era patties. AV'
person who will get up a club o Ave; will , receive ik
paokage gratis-15 packages for 810; 60 packagesfor
$2Ol 100 for $2O. Ono'package will cdnfain snort& to
plant the following season from 20 to SO aorta; also,
directions for planting it. Address,
• ERA.STIJS COOPER,
Feb. 25, '73-Sm. Knoxville, liege Co., Pa.
Qeneral Insurance Agency,
KNOXVILLE, TIOO CO, PA. '
Zife, Fire, and Accidental.
Momenta, of Cleveland, Ohio
New York Life and Fire'llis..Co ... 21,006,V00
Royal Ins. CD., of Liverpool 1 .10.n5,10r_
Lancashire, of Manchester, Capital,. 10,000,000
Ina Co:, of North Arutrica, Pa '2%06%2321
Franklin Fire Ins. Co of Phila.:Pa !2,087,4211 2
Repnblio Irdi. Co: df $750,006 ,
Magnin Fire Ins. Co. of N. F ' 1,000,0011
Fanners Mut:Fire Ins. Co. York Pa ........509,889 16
Plicenix Mut . Life Ins. Co. of Hartford et... 15,081,970.60
Penn'a. Cattle Inc. Co. of Pottsville .....000,000 02
Insurance promptly effected by mail or otherwise,
on all kinds of Property. AU losses promptly adjusteil
and paid at my office., .
All communi...tlon3 promptly attended to--Ofnce
.'Sill Strati 2d door from XJ+.lr., at., Knoxvilla
1731. B. SIIITH -
Jan. 1. 1873-LC
-1T.51,000 REWARD ! •
• • 9k• N
•••, - A reward. of Ono Thousand Dol.
lars will be paid to anY Physteivs
who will produce a mod/ciao thg.t.
supply the want; of tho people !better
th n the article hnown as -
Blood Cleanser or Panacea.
It must be a better Catburtie, a better 'Alterative.
a better Sudorific, a bettor Dinrectio, a better Tonic,
and in every way better than the Pan-a-ce-a. No mat
h= how long it h4t betti in tiah, or how litelydiscov
ered. Above all •it taint not contrin anything. *or
PURELY v - norrAni..r. .
- • •
' ssott RFTWARD.
-A reward - of Five Hundred Dollars will ,be tifsir
'a medicine tlp.t will permanently curs Mere ot
Costiveness, Constipation, Sloir. or Nervous 11 adsCha.
Liver Complaint, Bilious• Disorders, trundke, ttm
atism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Chills nd Faye , Tape
Worms, Dolls, Tumors, Totters, Ulc re,.6ores.loalts In
the Loins, Sidr apd Heal, and FE. ALE Commuirra,
DP.. FAHRNEX'S ,
Blood Cleanser or, Panacea, _
which is used more extensivel`V practicing physi
cians than any other popular rii dicide known.
^repr.red by P. Pahruey'a -Bros. t,-. Co., Waynes
ke; ...i't , r . l b , oro, Pa., and Dr. P. FArtriNr:r, 30 ~ .... t .qy
. ...„.„-. North Dearborn' Street, Chicago. ..,. 4
''.4 , Price. 51.25 per bottle, for sale by -
--rr.. Wholesale and Retail Dealere,antl ..- } tf"
by Frostings & Coles, NW:Rebore, Pa.
Jam 31, 1873-sm.
I 0 . 1 C
PLEASANT and irnproyo I !Toms intuit:died with
all that can be had to gice p:o9sure instead of
pain, are found at
-A. B. Eastman's Dental Office'
where the new liquid Nitrono Oxide to contlnanly ad
ministered with the' happiest results ; also Ether..
Chioroftrm end the Narcotic Spray 19 used wheritre- ,
IRTrrtcIAL TF,1711-1, . -• ,
from ot e:to an entire 'o et; inserted, on short notice.—
Special attention given, to , dileatea' , o.f.the month.--
Preaeryation of the natural tteth a
warranted and' tonna re.asettable, Opposite. pore
House, Wellehbro, Ya.. • Feb.-4,1.87'3-U., ti
LETTERS of Administration on the estate of Marti
Davis, latobf Union township, Tit4r.ri county, Pi.'
deceased, have been granted to j.-E. Cleveland, re
tiding in Union, county arid State sforesaid, to whocr.'
all persons indebted to said estate r.re 'requested UV
Make payment, and those havin'g claims or deMerids 4
11 make known the same without deist'.
J. E. °Lei/ELAND,
• eh. fg, 1873-gw.* Adm'r
LETTERS TestetriontarY on the cents of Rost'.
Guile, late of Richmond township, Vega emits`,
Pa., deceased,. having boon granted to the nodervigneal -
be the Register of Tioga county, nl.l persons tridepted:
eat are , reqneetedc to mete naymor4,,
times buying claims against said estate will ‘-nreaenti
the same for settlement. LORISTON
• 1 W. C.aWggrA • •
AfasEl's OVER $65,000,060.
ihttt.,.. OF C03A.141X51
4 4 4 .1n0
555,431,461 . 9'