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BUSVAIECES' Al3otiT EACH OTHER.I
` - 'IIIoT man in ten thousand sees
those,with whom he associated as they
really are. if the prayer of Burns was
granted, and we could all see ourselves
- as others see us, our self-estimates would
in all probability be much more erronc=
- ons than they are now. The truth is,
• -that we regard each other through a va- '
- • riety of lenses, no one of which• is cor
rect'. Passion and prejudice, love and
hate, benevolence and envy, spectacl
-our eyesi and utterly prevent us fro
obserVing accurately. Many of tho...
we deem the porcelain of human clay
- are mere dirt ; and still a-greater num
ber of those we put down in our ' black
-books' are no further oil : from heaven,
and - perbhance a little nearer, than that;
censors who condemn them. We hala
itually undervalue or overvalue each
other • and in estimating character, the
shrewdest' of us only now and' then=
make the true appraisal of the virtues
and defects of even our closest intimates.
• It is neither just nor fair to look ht
character.from.a standpoint of one?s, own
selection. A man's profile may be-up-.
preposessing, and his full face agreeable.
NVe once saw a young man whose tim
idity was_ a -standing- joke with all his
companions, leap into the Thames, and
save a boy from drowning while his tor=-
mentors stood panic, struck upon the
bank. The merchant who gives clirt
answers in his counting-house may be
a tender husband-and father and a kind
helper of the desolate and oppressed.--,
On the other hand, your good humored
person, who is all smiles and sunshine
.may carry something as hard )
as the nether millstone in the' place - ,
-where his heart ought to be. ,
Snell anomalies are comnion. _ There
is this comfort, however, for those whose'
Audgmerits of their fellow mortals lean
- to the kindly - side, such mistakes go to
their credits in the great account. He
who thinks better of his neighbors than
they deserve, cannot be a bad man, for
the standard by which his judgment is
- formed is.the goodness of his own heart:
Itis the only who believis all mew',
base,—or in other words, like them
selves. Few, however, are all evil.—
Even Nero did a good turn to some-,
body • for when Rome was rejoicing
over his death some loving hand cover ,
Public men are seldom or never fairly
judged at least while living. However Is pleasant in taste and odor, free from all injur
pure they cannot escape calumny •, how-, ' was properties, and immediate in its action
ever correct, they are sure, to find en 1, 0 7 ,,,
gists. Histoa may do them, justice ;
iaut-theithriirelyietit while aliVe, either
from friends or foes
Pride is as cruel a beggar as wat t
:And. si..4itreat - deal more ailiCY Wiltit
you have bought one line thing u
must buy ten morethat yo r appeaf
_ture.may be of a piece. It_ is easier
Suppress the first desire thau to satisfy
False happinees renders men 'stern
and proud, and that happiness is never
.:icommunicated._ 'Proc. happinesS retb:
dere them kind and sensible, and that
hELppin*is always shared.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
Trains will leave Corning at the following booty!
. .. .. . . . , . ,
No. 1. Buffalo Expresa, 6:46 p 2 ,:,
?to. B, Night Expreea, - 7:3,5 a !-
No. 5. Mai1,..._...... ~ , 12:25 a i
No. T, Night Express for Dunkirk and Buffalo ' 1.15 a . a
No:0; Mail, for Buffalo aral Dunkirk 10:23 a •II
• ELS?W&RD BOULT
No. 2, New York Express,
No. 4, Night 'Express, .....
No. t 5, Steamboat Express,
.No. 12, Night Express, ..,,
W, R. BOA, Paio. Ag't.
Elmira & Wi
Trains will Arrive and Dep
Express, 6:54 ew!
Mail, 5 - 50 A m
Way Freight, 8:38 A x
Coal Train, B'lB A st
Elloosbnrg & Corning, & TiOga R. R.
Leave Corning. Arrive.
gap,. '8 00 a mlting 5 00 13 m
Accommodation, 340 p m i Accommedetion,lo 15 m
L. H. SHATTUCK, Supl.'
Atlantic & Great Western R. R.
Trains will arrive and depart at Salamanca as follo;is
Now 'York Express
Trains leave Akron, Ohio, daily for New York
H. B. Swarrara, Sup't
Ttaina will err. and depa
Mail Triin .3 47 p m
Express Trait 1. 50 a m
Express .50 p m
31a11 Train ...... 43 a m
Catawiasa Rail Road,
Trains will arr.and depart at Williamsport as follows
. . , Nonni. . .. .
Leave W'mBport. Ar. Philada. Ar. N. Y.
8 15 a ta 7 00put 10 55 pru
9-45 a ni 1 50 p m 5 45 p te?'•
Leave Philada. Leave N. Y. Ar. W'mspol 4
8 15am • 6 00am 6 2.2 p iv ,
__ 830 p in 12 o 0 in 1 45 a •ti
The day trains &nth and north connect via Quikene
and Etatich %mak. - GEO. WEBS. Sup.t.
C. & N. }LOMOND'S NIIRSERY;-
. . .
BLtddlebary, Mao Co., Pa., -
Situated on the Plank Road, 4 aailee from
We are prepared to furnish 100,000 Fruit Trees
at the following prices :
Appletrees:-large size, 25 cents at the Nursery;
30 cona - delivered. Common size, 20 cents at the.
Nursery, 35 - tents delivered. • Pear Trees, 50 cts.
Sturman APPLES.—Burnham Harvest, Early
Harvest Chenango Strawberry, Washington
Strawberry, Red Astrachan, Summer Bellflowgir,
Slimmer Queen, Summer King, Street Bow,Ata, r
FALL APlPLyS.—Famenee, Gravenstein, R ana u,
Ribston Pippin, Fall Pippin, Republican Pip'
Hawley' or Douse, Maiden's Blush, Large W e,
- Sweating; Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet. '
WINTER APPLES.—Bildwin, Bailey Sic st,
Black Gillflowar, Blue 12'earmain,,American
den "Russet, Roxbury Russet,Rh ode Islandotae4i
ing,,Esoeas Spitzenburg, Swear, Sweet GillfloWer,
Eugar , .Sweet, Honer Greening. Honey SWeet,
Pound Sweet, Pound Sour, Peck's Pleasant, Tall
loan Sweet, Tompkins Co, Kink, Wagner.
tßAßlL—Bartlett, English Jargonelle, Bleaker's
Meadow,- Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona I) Jersey,
Seckel, Beurre D' Amelia, Golden Beurre,Flerni,h
Glout Morceau, Lawrence.
Mao—Siberian Crab, Quinces, and Grepkroots
—.several varieties. C. & N. HAMMOND,
Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa., Jan. 1, 18664.-.
- TIOGA MARBLE WORIE., -
CALEINS & CONKLIN. Prouriet4F, s.
(late Cole and Calkins)
MR.. CaNKLIN haocug bad large . x-
XT.'. phiTence in some bribe best Marble Sb ' p a
- -in the country in the artistic part of-this bush; ,sa
the proprietors are now prepared to execute col..trs
for TOMB - STONES, of all kinds, and' MOI 1:1-
". • •
BUTLA.ND OR ITALIAN MARB k LI,
in the most workmanlike manner, and with is.
patch, They will keep the best quality of
bid, of both kinds named, constantly op hand.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleansed
and made to look as good as now. - -
Mr. Harvey Adams, of Charleston, is our_en
thorised Agent, and all contracts mado with'him
Will be valid. Customers can contract for work
- with him at shop prices.
Tiogi, Jan. 1, 1866-Iy.
DURE GLEIGER at •
ROY'S DRUG STOW,.
ELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE
BLADDER; iNFLA-MS : ATIOiT OF THE
BLADDER, STRANGURY OK
I For tbese diseases it is truly a sovereign rem
edy, and too much cannot be said in its praise.—
A single dose has been known to relieve the
most urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in
the• small of the back and through triu hips?
-A teaspoonful a day of lielmbeld's Bodin will
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS,.
I make no secret. of ingredients. Belmbold's
Extract Buchu is composed of Buchn, enheba,
and Juniper 'Berries, selected with great care;
prepared in vacua and recording to rules of
.• These ingredients are known us the most va
nable Diuretics afforded.
RELIRBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHII
" Bucur.—lts odor is strone. diffusive, and
somewhat aromatio,lts tas e bitterish, and an.
alogoas to that of mint. is givun chiefly in
complaints of the Urinary Or ans, such as Grav
el, Chronic Catarrh or th- bi .der, Morbid Ir
ritation of the Bladder an Ur hra, Diseases of
the Prostrate, and Retentic or he Incontinence
of Trine., frOirl a )013:8. f±tp in the parts con
cerned in its evacuation. It has also been re
commended in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheuma
tism, Cutaneous Affections, and Dropsy."
( FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Pbys
ie, of Philadelphia.
. 3:40 gm
B. RIDDLE, Gent] Sulit
lam acquainted with H. T. Helmbold ; he occu
pied the drug store opposite my residence, and
.was sncoesstul in conducting the business where
others had not been equally so before him. I
have bebn favorably impressed with his character
sport R. - U.
art from Troy as follows :-
Moving North. -
Express 10:23 r
Mail 930 P
'Way ..... n
Coal Trani— ' 4:25 P .et
D. S. STOVER, Snp't.
[From the ihiludu Evening Bullctih , 2lacrh
We are gratified to hear of the continued sue
ce'ss, in New York, of our townsman, Mr. H.
T. Helmbold, Druggist. His store, next to ,the
Metropolitan Hotel, is 28 feet front, 230 feet
deep, and five stories in height. It is certainly
a grand establishment, and speaks favorably of
the merit bf his articles. He retains his Office
and Labratory in this city, which are also model
establishments of their class. _.
5 18 pmd: 444 ain
10 s§. a . h
The proprietor has 'been induced to make
this• statement from the fact that his remedies,
although advertised, are
& Erie R. R
at Williamsport a fsvlows
Mail Trait. - 3 47 P nit
Expres Train 422 p.m
itxpretsT%in 7 211 a in
Mail Tr. , " 6 930 p m
A. L. Truat, Gen'l Supt.
-And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from
using any thing pertaining to Quackery, or the
-Patent Medicine order—mosi.of which are pre
pared by self styled Doctors, who aro too ignorant
to read a physician's simplest prescription, much
less competent to prepare pharmaceutical prepar
to various means of effecting sales, such astopy
ing parts of advertfsements of popelar remedies,
and finishing with certificates.
The Science -of Medicine stands SIMPLE,
PURE, and MAJESTlC,—having Fact for its
Basis, Induction for its Pillar, Truth alone for
its Capitol. , -
'lleilth is most important; and the afflicted
should not use an advertised medicine, or any
remedy, unless its. contents or ingredients are
known to others besides the manufacturer; or
until they. are satisfied,of the qualifications of the
party so offering:
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Established upwards cf 16 years.
HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 BrOqdway, New York;
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South - Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Ca- A PRIZE AND HOWHOW TO DRAW-fl.
A choice collection of useftil Recipes is found
in a little circular called The Fatally Caskist."
supply df them little' pipers has just been re
ceived at Roy's Drug Store;
they are distributed
free" of charge to the lucky customer who thinks
to call for them. . _
WULT E WASH ..141.Af.P.—The beet
quality of Rhode Island Lime for white
Jan. 1, 1866. ROTS DRUG STORE.
II E LII.IB OLD'S RUC HU.
%TIE ONLY KNOWN .REMEDY FOR
KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF THE
' PLEASE NOTICE
PHARMAQY AtkD CEIRMISTRY-
Ia that which acts upon the kidneys
FOR IRE SATISFACTION OF ALL
See Medical Properties contained in Diepenaa
tore of the U. S., of which the following ie a cor
rect copy :
See any and all Standard Works on Medicine
= * z I
IN THE 'WOULD
(Firm of •Powers & Weightman,)
Niuth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
i THESE PARTIES RESORT
A WORD OF CAUTION.
U;E L 3111.8.0 LD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.,
'Prepared by H. :T. - HELMBOLD.
October 11, 1865—1 y
Stoves: Stoves : :
AND HARDWARE: 's
MESSRS. GUNN & TUCKER L beg to
anoonnokto the citizens of Tioga County,
that io idditiori t their'excenent stock of Stoves,
Ttu•Ware,Brittania, nod Sheet-it an Ware, they
have, at a ;peat outlay, stocked their stare on
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
with 5 complete flesortntent or-Shelf- Iltirdwaxe
of which weenttaferate the followjug articles :
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT
MILL,: HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
- ' - CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
-11> ;PUMPS, AXES,
- - RUTS,
BITT-STOOKS,: RATCHETS.; MAULS
wOOD 4 scittivs, 'CARRIAGE 'BOLT*
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
' J T.REts,'ILLip- .
SPRINGS, paRg,.4sjIOE,§..HOOP, BAR
- &BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAISAGE'CUTTERS AND 46FERS
COMBINED. Also; PISTOLS,
:r.rrrmrq . urr . m
ire* thing, and 'Made for use.' These are but
few of the many articles composing our stoc.
We invite. the public toilet! and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our line; and all work to order done
promptly andwill. GUNN dc TUCKER,
Sites:MOTO of War. Roberta
Wellsboro, Jon. 1. : 1865—tf. ;
FIRE I FIRE I ! FIRE I ! I
The undersigned beg() leave to announce to
the people of Tioga County that he has sada
lished an- agenoy in Wencher(); for the well
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York
'Thtit he is prepared to maitre all kirlde of prop
erty upon as reasonable terms as can be bad in
any other responsible Companies, AND ISSUE
POLICiES without sending the application to
the General Office. This is one of the richest
Companies in the United States, having a
Cashh - Capital of $2,000i000,
besides the Assets which on the Ist of' January,
1865. amounted to $3,765,503 42
Liabilities ...4 p 77,901 52
Its Officers are
CHAS; J, MARTIN " ' ' President,
A. F. WI7.WORTH -Vice President,
JOHN MoGEE. Secretary,
J. H. WASHBORN , Assistant Seey.
This Cdmpany - has taken out
• • • •
'and monthly, pays the per - cottage charged upon
its Receipts, which is made necessary by the
laws of Pennsylvania, in order to make its poli
cies valid and binding upon the Company. All
policies issued by Companies. which ,have not
taken out a State license are declared null and
void, and the'parties are liable to a heavy penal
ty for so insuring. See Purdon's Digest, page
858, See: 21, 22, 23.
'Welleboro, Aug. 23, 'B5. W. H. SMITH.
- PEOPLE OF TIOGA OWN
TY: _ .
Get the but and only authorized Life and Pub
lic Services of ABRAHAM LINCOLN, impartial,
'truthful; 'l5O pages, with beautiful engravings,
good paper and binding—by Hon. H. J. RAY
MOND, -M. C. Some important things are
copyrighted and cannot be used in any other
.work. Wait for the Agent and see RAYMOND'S
before, you subscribe.
E. R, VAN HORNE, M. D. - ; Agent, -
For Lawrenceville ' Tioga , Richmond, Chatham,
'Deerfield, tlyrifer,Wearfrd and other towns.
STOVES 1 _ STOVES STOVES 11 1-=
D. ILADIPMAN & CO.,
respectfully inform the public- that they hive
NEW STOEE & my - SHOP,
to the banding lately *coupled by D. P. 4ohorta,
and will beep on hand and furnish to ordtp•
TIN, COF:TER,; . & SHEET-IRON WARE,
COOKING STOVES, PARLOR
STOVES, THE 'E76.TEN
SION-TOP, & THE AMERICAN AND
NATIONAL COOK • STAVE.
WAthal deal on the Cash System; and will not
be undersold. Our motto is " small proing and
quick sales"- -
MTL , I CANS
kept constantly on band.
J. D.., C.: I 4aP4PKaN a Co
Welleboro, Jan. 1, 1868—tf.
TAT THE - PUBLIC.
lAM.NOW PREi"..tiRED tii`mlinufacture,
at my establishment inDeetterd,
PLAIN AND FANCY 'FLANNELS,
Also, Lad ies'
B A LAT 01? - 41 SKIR TS_
. • •
to order, °Marty the-phiee -or- quantity, to suit
customers. JOSEPH INGHAM:
_Knoxville, Jan, -1,1866.
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PROCLAMATION CIIEBBBMAN'S PHIS'
.—Tht combination of ingis lints in tha , ie Fills is
the reerd-of a long and extensive practice They are
mild in their operation , and cannot do harm to the
most delicate; Germain in correcting all inagaLatitles,
Painful Menstrnations, removing all obstructions,
whether from cold or othererise.healaaho, pun in the
aide, palpitation of the heart. whites, all turvaus affe2-
tions. hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs,
hc,,,dispatbed sleep, w &Lich arise from interrui Mons of
suture, " e ' • •
Pills wee ihe commence
ment of a new era to the treatment of irregularities
and obstructions which have consigned so ninny to a
premature grave. No female can enjoy good health
unless she is regular, and whenever en obstruction
takes place the general health begins to decline. These
Pills form the finest preparation ever put forward with
immediate and persistent saccess. DON'T 4.F. Deceit - so.
Take this advertisement to your Druggist. at, i hint
that you want the Best and most Reliable female
Medicine in the World, which is
e o eSenl ver thi an ny 'll yea P rP,and are the most effectual
ri lte it!tif rej er yC ev ful tr knowp frail complaints-peculiar t, Fe
males. .Tiall - clesses theY are - rovaltutble: inducing,
*ith eertaiirty, periodical regularity. They' are knoan
, th - thbusanda, who have used them at different poriods,
throughout the. cenatry, toiling She saustion of some
•oLthe most .eminent ; Physiciansin Alva/ea.
PPirpOit tllrectione, stating when they should not
pot be iased, Witt each itox—tfiel Price' 'Otte lkillar per
Box, iiirfatoxis foi roottairldng from 50 to 80 Pills.
Pills sent by mail, promptly secure from obeervation,
by remitting to the proprietors. Sold from_
generally. Sent by express au) when ,by airessning
- 111:1TCHINUB ,t HILLPhit leroprietors.
28 boy Street, New York.,
Bold in Welibbers) by
. John A. lioy ; in Tiogs by
Bordenßro's; in Lawrenceville by W. G. 311lier.11ocif5—
. . . .
,unly give immediate relief, but are sure
to effect a permanent ;ogre in Dyspepthi and Liver
Complaint. They are not a purgative, mid there
fore their use does 'not create a necessity for the
habitual use of Cathartics. They cause no sick
ness of the stomach, no griping of the bowels, and
are perfectly harmless to the most delicate.
,They wilkimmt4liately,correct a Sour Stomach,
curd Flatulenea, - Ifeihlbtitn, - Sickness or pain in
the Stomach. Costiveness, Belching of wind, Liver
Complaints, Heltdache, and in fact all those disa
greeable and dangerous symptoms of the disease,
which mitt one for the pleasures and duties of
They' are an 'agreeable and I, wholesome appe
tiser; withottt' any' of the injurious effects whit%
a's'sure to - follow. the use of stimulating "Sitter"
and all purgativi atedicinei. - By their purifying,
strengthening-and invigorating power -they are
sure to keep the digestive organs in a healthy con
dition, thus preventing Costiveness, Diarrhoea or
Weak and delicate persons, who have been in
jured by_the nee of powerful and purgatives, will
safe and: sure-roisterer of the di
gestive organs to their original strength and vigor,
Prepared solely by the proprietor,
S. N. D.OORWELL,
S. D. Cor. 21st and Market Ste., Philadta,
See that my Signature is on the face of the
bor before' , purchasing. Beware of spurious ',mi.
tations. ;- -
- W. D. TREBBLL, Wholesale Agent, Cor
niug, N. Z. Sold by all Druggists.
Corning; Sept. 20, 1865-Iy.
LAWRENCEVILLE, TIOGA CO., PA
IS THE PLACE TO
42.031111 g ZEIBILIF 8
A FULL STOCK
Lorne One and alll
SFR' FOR • YOURSEL V ES,
CLOTHING GOT UP TO ORDER,
WARRANTED TO FIT.
A. Large Stock of CLOTHS
CQII4 AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
IMILLSPAUGH Sr. MUTTS.
Lavirrencoville, Jan. 1,1866—1 y
NEW MEAT MARKET
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
FLQUR, PORK, HAMS, AND GRO
-RESH BEEF, MUTTON, BUTTEgotc.,
. • .....
Shop one Door South of Smith's Law Offiqe.
Wellabor°, Jan. 1, 1866-tf.
vrIISIC.—Mies F. I. WOOD, of Messaebunetts,
i s g pending,the winter in this village, and
. is ritiw,prepared'tiigive instruction', either on the
Nalodeon Dr' Piano. Having had considerable
experience as a 141/sio teacher, she hopes to be
able to give good satisfactionto patrons. Those
wishing to employ her services are requested to
apPlyimmediately at the residence of Mr. Hese
kiah Stowell, Sr. Terms liberal. •
Wellaboro, Dec. 13; 1.885-3t*
NOTICE. -The Stockholders of the First Na-
aonal Bank of WeUsborongh are hereby
notified that an Election for Directors will brelteld
- at its Banking Howse on the second Tuesday of
lanuary; 1866. -
Dec, 13,1865-4 t. J. L. ROBERSON, Cashier.
FOR SALE CHEAP—THE MACHINERY
01? A FIRST-CLASS CIRCULAR. SAW
MILL. Inquire of the subscribers, at their Steam
4awmili in qbarleston,or of G. P. CARD, Wells
bore.l:Hoid for want 4 nse. '
- ,L-C.Hkistri.lNTT A NEWHALL.
TTO II SES & LOTS FOR SALE.—
A Dwelling-arouse and lot, with a good
barn on Pearint., neer the Academy ; Joe
3 n,dely refitted and in good order.
• ,AlSo ! —A small' bons@ on Craton-IL Prices
low, end terms easy. Apply to L. BACHE.
Wellshoro, Deo. 27, 1865-tf.*
AIRS. HAIR TONIC AND
DRESsigtAs ! WEBB'S DRAG STORE.
A N Amortment ofTABLV GLASSWARE
Xl_ will be fciund M $0713 DRUG !nom.
SOLDIERS' PAY BOUNTY AND PEN
SNOXVI L LS. TIOQA COUNTY
The undersigned having been specially ti
ecrise.i by the United States Government to pro.
BACK PAY, BOUNTY, AND PENSIONS,
of deceased and disabled soldiers, gives notice
to all interested, that he has made arrangeutentS
viith 'parties 'BPWashington, by which he is‘
able to procure Back pay, Bounty and Pensions,
in a very short time, and that he will give par
ticular attentions to all such claims that may be
brought to him. Being provided with all the
requisite Forms, Blanks, de., del, he has sups
ritir advantages in this branch of business. Sol
diers entitled to pensions, will find it to their ad
vantage to apply to the undersigned at --Knox
ville, as the examining "sur, z eon for Tioga
county resides there-Also, Judge Case, before
whom all applications forpensious may be made.
1. Soldiers enlisted since the 13th of April,
61, in any kind of serrice,lslaral or Military„
who ire disabled -by ilisease 'Or wounds, are en.
title to Pensions All soldiers who serve for
two years or during the war, should it sooner
close, will be entitled to full Bounty. t Also
soldiers who have been wounded in battle,,
whether having served two years or not, are
-entitled to full Bounty. ,
2. When a Soldier has died from an cause, in
the United States :.ervice, Since Apnll3,
leaving a widow, she is entillel to all pay dye
hint; difo to from $l3 to $l6O Bounty. The
bounty, varies according to the act or orders
under which the soldivranlisted, She is also
entitled to a pension. -
3- It the sokiier left no widow, his children are
entitled to the ray and beauty and the pension'
until they are sixteen years of age.
.4. if u.e soldier left „no. tallow, legitimate=
child, the father . is entitled to hiS pay and bounty,
provided be lives in the United Slates 'and has.
not abandonecithe support of his family. ;
5. If the soldier left no widow, legititiate
child, nor father, or if the father pas abandone'd
the support of the family, or if be resides oat
of the United States, the mother, if the resides In
'the United States, is entitled to the pay and
bounty, and if poor and dependent, in whole or
in part, on her 'son for support, she is also en
titled to a, pension: blethers whose huldiands
or former husbands reside out of they United
States •or have abindoned -the support . of their
families;'shouthirife to the undersigned at once,
or the father may get the bounty without the lane
6 All soldiers who have lost an arm and one
leg, are entitled to Twenty dollars per month.
Prisoners of war are entitled to Three Months
I extra pay., Ibis (also krepsred to settle Mears;
Quartermaster. Ordnance, and Commissary ac
counts, and procure Certificates of Non-indobt
einem. in the shortest poi - Bible time. Also Arti
ficial Limbs for each as have lost them in ser
I swill-be at uo , office on Monday and Satur
day': oiesch week,-to Attica to.: this business.
July 26, 1865-Iy. WM. B. SMITH..
REFERENCES: Wellsboro, J. F. Donaldson
SberW.Stbwell. Addison, N. Y., W. R. Smith
Washngton, D. C., Tucker &Lloyd. Knoxville
To Soldiers And Tiiiir Friends.
rpliE UNDERSIGNED baying had eon.
siderable experience in procuring Pension
Bounties and Back p.ay of Soldiers, will attend
to all business in that line entrusted to his care
with promptness and fidelity. ALL SOLDIERS
discharged by - reason of- wounds are entitled to
the $lOO bounty.
Pensions, Bounties, and arrears of pay, col
lectedby the undersigned.
Persons wishing to confer with me will please
call or address me by letter at Sylvania, Brad.
ford county, Pa. Charges reasonable. OEO.
Refers by permission to
H. B. Card, County Treasurer, Wellsboro, Pe
D. P. Poineroy, Troy, Pi.
A. H. Spalding, Sheriff, Towendn Ps.[April 1
C. N. DARTT,
WOULD say to the public that be is perma
nently located in Wellsboro, (Office at his
residence. near the Land Office and Episcopal
Church) where be will continue to do all kinds of
work confided to his care, guaranteeing complete
satisfaction where the skill of the Dentist •can
avail in the management of cases peculiar to the
calling. He will furnish
410 t on any material dmdred.
FILLING & EXTRACTING TEETH,
attended to on shortest notice, and done in the
. best andmostapproved style..
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
by the the use of Anaesthetics which are per
fectly harmless, and will be administered in every
ease when desired.
. Wellsboro, .an. 1, 1865-fty:
MRS. A. - J. SOFIELD WISHES TO
INA. inform her customers that she is now re
ceiving from New York, a fine assoetment of
which she has taken much care in selecting. La
(Hes will find a superior quality of
Infants' Hoods. Dress Caps, fine linen Handker
chiefs and everything in the Millinery line.
Jan. 1, 1866.—tf
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
Main Street, Wellsboro, Pa.
D. G. RITTER, PROPRIETOR.
Having leased this popular hotel property,
(lately occupied by Mr. Nelson Austin) l shall
endeavor to make it truly the traveler's home.—
Personal attention will be given to the table,
and the comfort of guests will be a prime object.
The stables will be under the care of an experi
enced hostler. ,
Wellabor°, Janll, 1866-Iy.
(Corner Main Street and tTte Atente,)
B. B. HOLIDAY, Proprietor
THIS is- one of the most popular Houses in
the county. This Hotel is the principal
Stage-house. in' Wellsboro. Stages leave daily
For Tioga, at 9 a. in.; For Troy, at 8 a. in.;
For Jersey Shore every Tuesday and Friday at
2 p, ui.;,For Coudersport, every Monday and
Thursday at 2 "p. m.
STAGES ARRIV E—From'Tioga; at 12 1-2 o'clock
g y m.: From Troy, at 6 o'clock p. m. • From Jer
-zeigheie;`lTuisiderand—Friclay-ltw. nr.: From
_Coudersport, Monday and Thursday' 1.1 a. M I ,
this well-known host
ler,, will be found on hand.
Wellsbero, Jan. 1, 18661-Iy.
WATCHES; CLCCKS, - 4WELRY, &
Call at No. 5, Union Block, if you want n
good WATCH, where you will find a good assort
' AMERICAN & SWISS WATCHES.
keep on hand E. Roward A Co.'s movement
in heavy - Silver Cases, which for time has no
equal. I respeCtfully refer to M. H. Cobb, Esq.,
Editor Agitator, and Wm. Bache, Esq., President
Ist:National Bank of Wellsboro.
Also, the W. Ellery, :Bartlett, Appleton, Tracy
A Cd., all are.good Watohes.
Dinner and Breakfast - Castors, Cake Baskets,
Spoon Holders, Napkin Rings, Forks, Table and
Tea Spoons, Ac., Ac., Ac.
Witt Rubber 94itips ! Rings, and Gold Mounted
HEAVY PLAIN GOLD RINGS.
- ' iEWELRI OF:AtLE KINDS.
A good assortment of CLOCKS corstantly on
All of which - will be sold as low as they can be
REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NO TICE.
Wellaboro, Ism 1, 1805-if. A. FOL 117:•
ADMISTRATORRS' NOTlCE.—Letters ot
Administration having been granted to the
undersigned on the estate of Jacob Shipman, lute
of Farmington, deo'd, those indebted - will please
make immediate payment, and thosehaying claims
against said estate will present them to
0. H. BLANCHARD,
Farmington, Dec, 1865. 6t.* Adm'rs.
DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
A administration 'Hiving been granted to the
undersigned.on the estate of Ante.. Rathbone, late
of Richmond, dec'd., notice is hereby giyen to
those indebted to make inamediate payment., and
those having claims to present them properly au
thenticated for settlement to
Dec. 8, 1866-Bw* D. S. PETBRS, Ado*
PECUTOR'S NOTICE.-17Atters testa
m,ntary having been granted rd the on
drieigne,l on ilia estate of Robert Tubbs, late of
Ocean, dec'cl.Trotice is hereby given -to.thoSe, in,
debted to make imumlinte payment and tbp , e
having claims to present them properly authen
ticated for settlement to
HOYT TUBBS. 1 Ex'ra
Dee. 6. 1865--6 to JOHN TUBBS,
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—L t
ters of administration haying been gramOol
M the nodersigited on the estate of Nelson Au-din.
bite of Charleston, township dec'd. notice As here
glgen to those y indebted to make immediate
payment, and those having claims to present
them properly authenticated for settlement to
Nov. 22, 1865.
"FETTERS -ADM P4S I I it ATION
J-4 avint r been' eriinted" tl.e subseritier he
estate or - ow& D. Gaithori; late "of Rat'and,
deed, all persons indebted are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
will present them for settlement to •
E. B. GARRISON,
Rutland,.Dea. 6, '65-6w. . A dm'r.
NEW FALL AND . WINTER' GOODS 1
PEOPLE'S STORE,' In CoruttrAt
We now have on band an untnnialiy
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
FILL AND . WINTER (inn,
u4kipted to the best trade of this place and 'dein
ity, and shall be constantly receiving such , ad
ditions to our stock as the varied wants of our
tiumerona customers shall demand.
Onr'atock cOrisieta in pall:of our usual variety of
DOME§TIC . GOODS,
~ . .
a larger stock of Warning and other Dress
Goods than ever" betere t among'which are a large
IN GOOD COLORS,
AT 01.00 PER YARD.
A good stock of
Cloths and Cassinteres -
to be sold by the yard or made up to order.
BEAVERS, DOESKINS, & SACKINGS,
for 'Ladies' Cloaks and ornaments to trim them
FLANNELS OF EVERY VARIETY.
RED, BLUE, GREY, YELLOW, WHITE,
PLAIN & TWILLED, OPERA.
SHAWLS,for Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts,
HOSIERY AND OLOYES,
of every variety, among wit:doh are
ALEXANDER'S - KIDS, BUCK MITTS,
BOOTS, SHOES, & RUBBERS,
Among which are the Arctic Robber, a4tiew and
very nice article. -
DRY GOODS, &c
Our facilities for BUYING GOODS are UN
SURPASSED by any in this section, and we
wish it understood that
We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by
(leaky of Goods considered, whatever others
may say about it, and in proof of this we ask an
IPLAJILLNATION of our GOODS and PRICES,
promising ourselves not- to get angry for show
ing Goods when no purchase is made. We•shall
give our customers the FULL BENEFIT OF
ANY DECLINE in the Market should there be
any, and should Goods advance we shall be com
pelled to follow. We shall continue the system of
gone Price and Ready Pay,
which is steadily growing in favor
We tender our thanks to the citizens of Tioga
Co., who have patronizid as and would respect
fully invite those who have never done so to call
and see us. Store opposite the Dickinson House
on Market Street, three doors west of the corner,
and two doors east of Hungerford's Bank.
SIIIITIf . & WAITE,
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1868
KNOXVILLE - FOUNDRY.-
HEAD QPARTEBB OF THE IRON BRIGADE
AUGUST 18T, 1866
Special Notice is hereby given to Returned
Soldiers, returned skedaddlers, those liable to
draft and to exempts, that the War is now ended
and so should
RIGEL PRICES END
All will take notice that we are prsprTed to
nerve those wanting any thing in stir line on
short notice and at
REDUCED PRICES. 3
We would call attention to a fewi (I the ar
tides of our manufacture. • 4
TRE PEOPLE'S FRIEND COOK STOVE
is still in great favor with those desiring an
ELEVATED OVEN COOK STOVE
Oar PARLOR, BOX, & COAL STOVES
deserve attention before purchasing elsewhere
,Our IRON 4i WOOD BEAM PLOWS
are as good as any if not better.
We would call particular attention to our
as we are confident that they cannot be excelled
made acid repaired on short notice.
We intend to keep up with the improvementsi l
of the times.
Try us and be convinced.
TERNS CASH, ON DELIVERY.
I); . sirEs;
Knoxville, August 2,.1865.
11)114A.ii'S ' LOUR pursuance sf
an order of the Oryban'e Court of Tiuga
county, bearinggdate the sth day .f June, I,,es,
the following described real estate, the prtq,..
arty of Thomas B. Ootitlchough. deed, will
tiered at public sale on the preutiees, on ale . 2.4,h
' day of January next at I o'clock P. M., to wit .
A lot of land lying iu the township of Cotta,.
ton, Tiuga county, bounded on the borth
cart by other lands of the estate of said Thi Anti ,
B. Goodenonv, on the south by, the highway,
.celled the Douglas Hollow road, and on the went
by lands of Harrison Johnson—containing twenty
• Terms of tialc—One.helf cash on continuation
a the sale, 'taut' the roaidue in one year there.
after with interest. ALPHEUS W. WILSON,
Aders of estate of Thus. B. fioedencugh. de, 4
1:14C, 13 , 1.885-3 t.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE—Pursuant t,
Nov.he Orphans' Court of T.o za c oati ,
ty, dated v 27, 1365, the ft.ll6wing de-,shed
real estate, late the prop: Try of Patrick lied nz..
on, dec'd, twill be offered at pall° sale at ),;.;
Court House in Wellsb, , rough, January 20, 156,i,
at I o'clock, P. M., to wit:
All that lot or tract of land situated in Delmar,
in Tioga county. Pa , beginning at the NE cor.
nor of a lot of two acres of iand conveyed cy
Anna Morris to Var. Riley by deed r.f 3d May,
/353, then, e a , uth 83 deg east 0 ro la to a l osi,
thence south I. deg. west,..l4 rods, n. a post, thetin,
by lands at B. F. Kelsey, notch 89 deg. west, 51
rads, to a poet. thence by lands in I ossesss;cia of J.
B. Shakspearti Borth 2 deg. east, 15 3-10 'rod., so
the place of- be. ginning,—containing five
acid 02 perches; Also—all that other lot of tail
:bunted in Willsboro, Tioga county Pa , begin
ning at a post in Walnut-st., thence south 43
deg. east, 15 2 10 rode to a post, thence along
lands first above described north 83 deg. w e ,,,;
916 , 10 rods, to a post. thence nortb 4 deg. wen
8 2-10 rods to sat.l Walnut--t., thence along the
same 7 rods to the phoeol beginning—centainil g
one-half acre of land.
Terms cash on confirmation, of sale,
December, 20, 1865-3 t. Adufx.
rpIOGA CO. COURT PROCLAMATION,
A. Whereas, the Bon. Robert G. White. Pre.i.
dent Judge for the 4.th JudicialDistriet of Penn.
sylvenia, and Royal Wheeler and l'ict9r Ca,,
Esq.'s, Associate Judges in Tiuga county. bare
issued their precept, bearing, deri the' 10th day
of Nov'r. 1885, and to we directed, tor the hula-"
ing of Orphan's Court, Court at Coratuon Pleat
Generrl Quarter Sessions and Oyer and Teruab
er, at Wellvboro, tor the County of Tinge, on the
oth Moakley of January (being the 20tit
tSt'6, and to continue tau weeks.
Nutire is therefore hereby given:to the i•.. ro .
our, Justices of the Pea',, and Constable- lu a.,1
fur- the - county of Tioga. to appear id their un
proper persons, with their recoro3,inquisition!, c a
aininationti and rerneinbrancea to tin - thu,..e thin;:
alga' of their ofifee,; and in Chide' behalf upper
lain to be done; and aft witnesses and other per
sone prosecuting in behalf of She Commonwesith
against any person or persons, are required to to
then and there attending, and net to depart
their peril. Jurors are requested to be punctua
in their attendance at the appointed Iliac, ngtr.
ably to notice. • •
Given under my—hand and'eteal at the ,been
Office. in WelLab.ro, the 10th day of Itte. , :ni.t:
in the ,year of oar Lord • ue thousand eig._
hundred' and silty-Gee. _
LEROY TABOR Sheriff
1 - 1 11PHANS' COURT SALE.—Puisuant
ki order of the Orphans' Court of Tiota Coot.
ty dated June 10, 1565, the followlhg deserdti
real estateu-late the property of Norman Fratic
dec'd, will be offered at public sale at the Cour
House, Thui slay, Jan. IS, 1860, at 2 P. NI .
A lot of land in Delmar, bounded bath by
fra Wetherbee, east by Wm. Francis, south 11
Wm. Eberentz and west by Wm. Eberentz ant
Wm. Stratton—containing about 50 acres, abou:
40 acres improved. frame house, frame barn, non
house, apple orchard, aid other fruit trees there.
.n. Term's made known on - day of sale.
I. M. BODINE,
/Dec. 20, 1865..3t Adro'r.
ORPHANS' COURT BALE.—Pursuant to an
order of the °rheas' Court of Tioga county,
'bearing date Dec. 4, 1865, the following described
real estate, Into the property of Rhode Robelier,
deed. will be offered at public sale on the premi
-see, January 2U. 1866, at I o'clock P. 11., to wit :
An undivided half part of a l tract of land in
the township of Rutland, Tioga'county, bounded
as follows : North by lands of Andrew Robelier,
east by lands of Charles Sherman sad Steley Wil
liams, south by lands of James Wilson and west
by_lands of R. P. VanNese--eontaining 50 acres,
about 2.5 acres impoved, with frame house and
frame barn thereon.
Terms--onahhalf cash on confirmation of sale.
and the balance in six months thereafter, with In
terest . .
Rutland, Dee. 27185. Adsn'r Rhoda Robelier, de
TN DIVORCE —To Phebe H. Lewis: Take
notice, that Oliver A S. Lewis, pant husbase,
has applied to the court of Common Pleas of Tic , Ei
county Pa , for a divorce from the honds of 11131
rimony, and that the said court, have appointel
Monday, the 29th day of Jan., nelti for heariet
the said Oliver A. S. Lewis in the premises. 1:
which time you can attend if yon think prncer
Wellsboro, Dec 20, 1005.4 t Sheriff.
IN DIVORCE.--Lneinda Kilburn: Takena
tic°, Hiram Kilburn, your husband, ha; 3p.
PHOCt to the Court of Common Pleas of Tien
county, Pa., for a divorce from the bonds emit.
rimony, and the said court have aproinfild Mon
day. the 29th da3.of January next, at Wellston,
for hearing said Hiram Kilburn in the preelbe
tit which time and place you can attend if y:
think proper. T,EROY'TABOR,
Welleboro, Dec. 20, 1885 .4 t Sheriff.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION bar::
been granted to the undersigned on the eArt
of Patrick Redington, late of Delmar, dee'd.
persons indebted are requested to make immei .
ate payment, and all claims must be presente.
duly authenticated, to JANE REDINGTO
December, 20, 1885-6 t,
Administration baying been granted to ut
undersigned on the estate of James Albert Chn
tenet, late of We'Rabat°, dee'd,, $lll those indebta
will pleaoo make immediate payment and tho.:
having claims against raid estate wilt preetft the:
for settlement to EMILIE R. CHRISTENAT
Charleston, Dee. 27, 1885-Bt. Adin't
AUDITOR'S 'NOTICE. The undersigtua
having- been appointed an auditor to diem.
bute the fund in the hands of John A. Belden etc!
Warren L. Davia—adnintstratorp do bonis
of gem Davis, Sr., will attend to the duties of ha
appointment at his office; Wednesday, Jan. 24
1866, at 1 o'clock P. 3f., *lien and where all Fp
sons intereste d are invited to attend.
Welldboru, Dec 20, 1865.-4 t Auditor
AEDITOR'S NOTICE —The untiersigm:
- haying been-appointed an auditor 'to mak
distribution of the proceeds of the real estate
Janos Strait, deceased, will at,teniiil to the dutie
of his appointment at his office, W.einesVay, Jar
24, 1066, at 10'o clock. A. M.. when and where al
persons interested are invited to attend.
JEROME LI, NILES,
Tirellsboro, Dec, 20,1885.-4 A Auditor
IN DIVORCE.—To John J. Bassett. You an
hereby notified that Rebecca...l. Bassett, you
wife, bp her neat friend, Simon- if. Landis, be
applied to the Court of Common Pleas of Tiogi
county, Pa., for a divorce from the bonds of Lew
rimony, and that the Jodges of said Court hart
appointed Monday, the 29th day of January 156 6
for a hearing of the said Rebecca J. Bassett n
the premises, at Weilsboro, at iihieh time a
place you can attendif you think-proper.
• LBROY TABOR.
Wellsboro, Dee. 27, 18854 t. - Sheriff.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE —Le
ters . of administration bating been grail::
ed to the undeni.tned on the estate of lioys ,
Hose, late of Rutland, dee'd, notice is her'
given ta • tho.ie indebted to make immehau
_payment and those having 'Anima to present Oa
properly authenticated fps settlement S.)
C. U. SEYMOUR, Adm'rs.
B. 1.-STEVEN, -
Rutland, Nov. 22, IsBs-6t*
A DMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE.—Let .
11- tors of administration having been granted
to the tinder signed on the notate of lE ,l ''
J. Mickle, late of Charlento°, dad, woke . '$
hereby given to tho s e indebted to make nutuetittot
payment, and those having claims t pre,ent
them propeily - authentimireti for settlement to
. FANNY MICKLE, A dca
Dec:6;1866-6W • •