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Effects of Lightning. e
In the-case of persons apparently hill
ed by lightning, too much haste Ishouldk
not be exhibited in burial. Not fi'.
from where this is written, dye
were struck. at once, one of whom rel ,
celved a severe wound on the right leg. .-.
~ .Theyirpined perfectly insensible
a cLsnsidArtible length 01 tinie, but even ,
tually recovered. A man nameli Lock •
er, who was struck on a down •he was.
crossing on his way to Bath, lay thert
completely unable to move tor several' .
days, though he had the use of his mew
talfacultiesurnebrof the roue. Perhaps
the most remarkable erect of light--
ningis that which it has sometimes phi"•
duced on infirm persons. A men nem:
ed 'Donaldson, who had beendeaf fa:'
twenty years was struck by fightnint
rendered insensible. When he
covered his senses it was found_ that hti
hearing was restored. A clergynian, -
who had been afflicted by palsy, haid
given up all hope of a cure. One nib
during a. thunder-storm the lightninfl
, eliteresi his room and gave hint a sever ,
electric shock. He thought he felt
sensation of relief, and next morninig
he found that this was not imaginarf,
but that he was really cured.
The invention of lightning' conduc
t-. - tors:has, no doubt saved a vast numte
of buildings. We no longet , hear Of
large numbers of persons kilned in a
building at one stroke, as in Sicil7,
where no fewer than eighty-six perisA- ;
ed; and where, we observe in passint,
• 'Alte commander of Girgenti in order io
break a thick cloud which he conceived'
to be a waterspout, had some tieet'y
guns drawn out of the casemates and
fired at it; but instead of having the
,effeet he desired, fire descended frdlia
—Mt kkiud'and for an inStant• wrapp:Al
the pieces in a sheet of flame, and- lift
several of the gunners dead. Befcfre
Sir Snow Harris applied conductorato
ships, the case of a vessel being stru.,,k
was eommon; and hardly a year, pc . ge-
Arithoul - the spire'of a church bewg
damaged or wholly destroyed by light
.• A blunt pointed stick if used to
scribe characters on . a 'oohing g*,
*taipuseslig visible trace behind; ye 4
we 'breathe oil it, those figures stind
out as boldly as though written with
ink on paper. A trout taken outs of
- a stream and thrown down by theiv
erside to die, has left marks of its spots
cialheJeaves on which it lingered uuti
its life. Like effects have been prodne
ed by electricity : a woman wearier a
rosary had an image of the beads 'im
printed on her right breast. arid si,p'e ;
another wearing a gold chain haV:the
marks of the links burnt on her sit;in;
a. man standing beneath or beside a aree
on which the electric fluid deseernied .
had the foliage sketched on his cheA
it 6111 1 . j f has fouMl the Zght
side of the ditch. He is buildinAg a
schoolhouse, and employ4ag teaners
for his former slaves.
Maine blacksmith haddlis eatbit
ten off close tohis head by 'a. horsil lie
A line rightly cast hooks . the.fist4:
To which the " devil" deim I t.
GIBES` OF TRAVEL. 4
ERIE RAlLlAti t ir
Trains will leave Corning at tho f~llotting bore
No. 1. Buffalo Express, Ail).
No. 3, Night 'Express, ' ' 439 a m
No. 5, Mail,. • e 1518 a m
No. 7, Night Express for Dunkirk ana Butfala,..lAB a m
No. 9, Mail, for Buffalo and, Dunkirk, 123 a to
ESZTWAIED BOVIII>,:' ,
No. 2, New York:Express , 1 1623 a m
No. 4, Nigb t Express, Er. 34 a m
No. 6, Steamboat Express,.r..,4o p uk
No. 11; Eincjimeti Express, , rAO a m
/9:41 p m
N 0.12, Night Express, ................ : ... (...........
W. R. BUM, Pass. Ag't. H. RIT;IDLE, Gen'illup't
- ' ''''- ''' littaira'& WilliamepOrt R. 1 . 1 ?, ' .
Trains will ArriVe and Depart from Troy as tiows:
, . . Moving* South.. gOTitg Nor t.
ftretis, 6:46 P x Exprem •
,4 r1:23 P x
• 5:68 a Mail -- .liu p X
- Weill - eight, .11:88 A x Way Yreight, .8.; P X
Coal Train, ....50.8 a x Coal Train......-." :26 p x Troy, May 16, 1865. D. $l. STO - TEit i
alOssburg & Corning, 4: Tioga ft. R.
Leave Corning. .. ;Arriit, •
Mail; 8 00 a miMall " 0 04 m
Accommodation, 840 pto lAcconitoodation, 15Ia m
v '. - i'i - 1 ` ...- .., ' , ~.- i Lai. ItiLATTOCLZ3nOt.
n Atlantic & Great Waatern Gat •
trataiiitil alive sad depart at EalasnacadVallows
!Lew odr. Uprose blBpm , C4 401 am
11 a Virrri774 . l":"" * "" * " .
'lB 00 p m
°Wieland Express 10,55 a no
Trains lam Akron, Oblo, daily for NOW k.
H. F. Straw Supl.
Trains will arr. and depa
'ill 'Train: 8 47 p m
Express Train 150 a m
Stpreaa Train 950 pm
Mall Train 8 45 a m
Catawissa Rail Road(.
train wilt arr.and depart at Ntiillatnepoer as tollowe
4 ~, VP
s - • msport. Ar. Ph il ada. A. N. Y.
- Leave 616 a m 700 p 'in ^ lOr'66 p m
• 9 46 a m 150 pm 6/A5 p m
, Lean Philada. Leave N. k. Ar. Trmsport.
.„...,,,-.... SPAI AC, 6OO a.m • - §' Vp m
SMOtpin . 12 00 M 45 a m
,Ms day trams South and north connectlia Cosa/cake
..,, ,L d ~_ . . Chunk.
~,. , 6EO. WE:EE,Sup't.
0 IN. HAMMOND'S NURSERY.-
• liddlebury, l Tioga Coi Pa:
- iiittiet4a on the Plank Boadi - 4 miles omr Tioga.
W.O_Stre prepared to
,farnish 100,000 raj t Trees
at the following prices : f
Appletrees—large size, 25-cents at ft Nursery;
36 coats delivered. Common size, 20 tents at the
i littraery, 25 cents delivered. Pear bees, 50 ots.
SCllll:Ert APPLES.—Barnham Har?est, Early
Harvest, Chewing* Strawberry, ' , Vashington
Strawberry, Bad Astracha6, Summer- Bellflower,
Sommer 'Queen, Summer Ring, Swee4 BoW, Sour
Rau APPLES.--Fameuse, Gravensti".m, Rambo,
'' 4 Bilisettin Pippin, Pall Pippia; Repnbl4an
_ • Hawley or Douse, Maiden'd Blush, Large Wine,
-badies' Sweeting, Lyman's Pumpkin 'Sweet.
WINTER APPLES.—Baldwin, Bailey , Sweet,
Black Hittlower, Blue Peen:Lain', American
ituratusiet, „Sunbury gussat,Hliode "Oland Green
eraoPus Spitteiburg, Swear, Sweet Gilltlower,
• Sugar Sweet, Honey Grinning, BGiney_Sweet,
1 f Pound Sweet, Pound Sonr, , Peck's Pleasant, Tall
• man Sweet, Tompkins Co.Ning, Walc , ner.
PLeas.—Bartlett, Englisn Jargonele, , Bleaker's
''Meadow, Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Seekel, Benne D' Amalie,-Golden Bearre,Flemisla
•- ' Beauty, Gloat „Moreeau, Lawrence.
Also--Siberian Crab, Quince s , and Grape roots
—several . varie*s. C. &H4z.tmoNo.
•taiddlebuiy,Mi g a Co., Pa., JEL11.4., 1866-Iy.
TiociA DIA/XS:LE *OIXILS.
CALILINS & CONKLIN, I * :zottrietarsi.
, (late Cole end Calkine)-, -
MR. CONKLIN hayeng bad large ex
perience in come of, the best .Marble Shops
in the country in the artistic part this butineas
the proprietors ere now prepared to 4zecnte orders
Ibi LOMB STONES, of rail kinds, -end MONU
MENTS of either
RUTLAND Olt ITALIAN . 41 . A ' LE,
the most workmanlike manner e and with dis
patch, They will keep She best tf tality of Mar
ble, of both kinds named, constant 4 on hand.
_sk ims di sco l ore d with rust and dirt cleansed
sad !Ltd* to 1001 u good as now.
Mr. Harvey Adams, of Chariesion, is our au
thorised Agent, and all contracts bade with him
will be valid. Customers can couNact for work
wth him at shop prices.
Tioga Jan. 1, 1866-Iy.
IHRITA.TIQN OF, THE NECK OF THE
BLADDER . ; INFLAICNIATION OF THE
For these diseases it ie truly a sovereign rem
edy, and too tench cannot be said in its praise.—
A single dose bat been known to relieve the
most urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in
the small of the back -anit through the _hips?
A teaspoonful a day of lielmbeld's Buebn lOW
PHYSICIANS A.NI) OTHERS
make no secret of ingredients. Heimbold's
.Extract Bache is .00nsposed ,of Buchu, Cubebs,
and Juniper Berries, Selected with great care,
prepared in vacua and recording to rules of
Theie.ingra' dienti are known as the most val
uable Diuretics afforded.
re that which acts upon the kidneys
iIitABOLD'S EXTRAOT BUORII
Is Pleasant in taste and odor, free from all injur
ious properties, and immediate in its notion.
See Medical Properties contained in Dispensa
tory of this of which-111e following is a cor
rect copy :
I " Bocau,—lts odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and an
ttrOgotis Co that •of mint. It is given chiefly in
complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Grav
el: Chronic Catarrh of the bladder, Morbid Ir
ritation of the Bladder ind Urethra; Diseases of
the Prostrate, and Retention or the Incontinence
of Urine, from a loss of tone in the parte con
cerned in its evacuation. It has also been re
commended in Dyspepain, Chronic Rheuma
Lion, Cutaneous Affections, an Dropsy."
See P;Oles'ior Deweee . valtiabie work, on the Prac
-See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Playa
ic, of Philadelphia.
See any add all Standard Works on Medicine
lam acquainted with R. T. Helmbold ha occu
pied the drug store opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting the business where
othersatad not been equally so before him. I
lave been favorably impressed with his character
[From the Philada Evening Bulletin, illacrh 10.]
we are gratified to bear of the continued suc
cess, ha New York, of our townsman, Mr. H.
T. Helmbold, Druggist. Rio store, next to the
Metropolitan Rotel, •is 29 feet front, 230 feet
deep, and five Stories En height. It is certainly
a grand establishment, and speaks favorably of
the merit of his articles. He retains his Office
and Labratory in this city, which are also model
establishments of their class.
The proprietor has been induced to Make
this Statement from the fact that his remedies,
althbugh advertised, are
And," knowing that the intelligent refrain -from
using any thing pertaining to Quackery, or the
Patent, Medicine order—most of which are pre
pared by self styled Doctors, who are too ignorant
to read a physician's simplest prescription, much
less competent to prepare pharmaceutical pre4r
& Evie 13. 11 - ii -
at V2)lliataspotfas toposts
Mail Trail, - .3 47 p m
Exptea Train ''' 4 22,p m
Expt`em Trail:l..4-7 20 a m
Mail Frain ..6 30 p M
A. L,-Tnrs, Gap Supt.
to various Meant of effecting sales,.such as copy
ing parfl of advertitereents of popular remedies,
and finishing with eertifitates.
The Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE,
PURE, and MAJESTIC, having Fact for its
Basis. Induction for its Pillar, Truth alone for
Health - is most important; and the itilichad
should not was an, advertised medicine, or any
remedy, unless ,its contents or ingredients are
known to others - hesidel tho manufacturer, or
until they'are satisfied of the kualiiications of the
party so offering.
11l M. B. SMITH, Knoxville, Tioga County,.
VV Pa., (11. S. licensed - Agent, and Attorney
for soldiers and their friends thronghent all the
loyal States,) will prosecute and collect with un
- SOLDIERS' CLAIMS AND DUES
of all kinds. Also, any other kind of claim
against the Government before any of the De
partments or in Congress. Terms moderate All
communications sent to the above address will re
ceive prompt attention. Jan. 17, 1886.
ELtitl3otD'S' DUCH U.-
HE Lin BOLD'S BU 1.1.
HELIIIIJOLD 9 S BUCIFIC
HELM 113 OLD'S RUC II U.
THE I ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
IabiTEYS: CATARRH OF THE
BLA.DpE.R, .FRANGURY OR
PLEASE , NOTICE
PIiMtMAC'Y 'AND 00SMISTRY
FOR TRF SATISFACTION OF ALL,
FOR FURTHE'R 'INFORMATION
IN THE WORLD.
(Firm of Powers. k Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Street., Philadelphia.
THESE PARTAES RESORT.
I A . WORD "OF CAIITION.
H - EI,IIIBOLD'S
-FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Established upwards .if 16 years
Prepared by 411 7'. HELMBOLD
HELMI3OLVS DRUG AND CHEMDiAL
WAREHODU, 594 B;v 4 adway, New York;.
And HELIABOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth ,Street, Philadelphia; Pa.
SOLD BY ALL DRIMMISTii.
October 11, 1886-Iy.
A ; . 4 a A a ;
AND HARDWARE: •
MESSRS. OUNN & TUCKER. beg ,to
anuottac 3to the citizens of Tioga * County,
that in addition to their excellent stuck of Stoves,
Tin-Ware. Hammitt. and Shect-lron Ware, they
have, at a great outlay, stocked their store on
MAIN STREET, IVELLSB9,R9,
with a,cempinie ageortuieut of Shelf lffeidwate - 1, '
of - which wo enumerate the following articles: . -,.-
.NAILS,:SpIPES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
PUMPS, AXES, 2
• " ' AUGERS, c- ) c
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS. CHISELS
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
BENCH SCREWS, y
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES HOOP, BAR,
dr.. BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND' STEJEFERS
COMBINED. AlBO, - PISTOLS,
PISTOL CARTRIDGES, - • •
POWDER AND _
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. Tiles° ars.buj,.,
few of the many articles cotnposing oar stack
We invite the public tocall -and examine for
themeelyes. We aim to keep the beet quality of
goods in our line ; and all work to order done
promp9ly andwell. . ' OtIN,N & TUCKER,
Eittoceeeore of Wm. Roberti.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1 1885—tf. Z.;-•
"VIRE! FIRE I !- . FIRE I I
The undersigned begs leave to announce to
the people of Tigris. County that be has estab
lished an agency in Wellabor°, for the well
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York
That he ia prepared to Insure all kinds of prop
arty 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
Cash Capital of $2,000,000,
besides the Asada whioh on the Ist of January/
1865, amounted to $8,765,506 42
Liabilities 77,901 52
Its Officers are
cIIAILT. MARTIN , President,
A. P.- WILWORTH ' Vice- President,
,JOHN McGEE ilwaritary, -
J. H. WASHBORN . • Assietiint Becey.
This Company has taken out
A STATE LICENSE,
and monthly.pays the per mintage 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
vpid, and the parties ate liable to a heavy penal
ty for so insuring. See Purdon's Digest, pap
853, Sec. 21, 22, 23. . .
Wellsboro, Aug. 23,15. W. H. SMITH.
STOVES I srovEs STOVES!! I—
D. C. CALIMPIIKAN dr. CO.,
respectfully inform the publio that they bays
NEW, STORE & TIN SHOP,
to the building lately occupied by „D. P, Roberti,,
and will keep on hand and furnish : to sr4lar,
TIN, - COPPER, & SHEET-IRON WARE,
COOKING STOVES, PARLOR -
STO,VES,- THE EXTEN
SION-TOP, & THE AMERICAN AND
NATIONAL COOK STOVE
We shall deal on the Cash Systens;Wad wilfwoC
be undersold. Oar motto is' " stnall ,, frefita i ttml .
MI'LK C ANS 3
kept oonstagtly on band.
D. C. LAM MAN k CO.
Wellaboro, Jan. 1, 816-tl.
TO THE PUI3I40:;
lAM NOW PREPARED to manufacture
1 at my establishment inDeeilleld,c
!.Pl;it . iN AND FANCY F.,1 4 1413144,
Also, Ladier'''' '
to order, either by the piece or
crisiotners. 1 JOSEPH ;INGHAM.
Knoxville, Jan, 1,1866.
ITCH I ITCH!! ITCHII I
Scratch ! Scratch I Scratch !
Will Mire the Itch in 48 Iloure.
Also cures SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHIL
BLAINS, and all Eruptions of thefiltee,
50 cents. For sale by all Draggisfa. -
For Sale by John A. Roy, .Wellsboro, Pa.
By sending 60 cents . to WEEKS A POTTER,
Sole Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston,
Mau., it will be forwarded by mail, free of post;
age, to any part of the United States.
i.. itF*A-li 4 - . 0 - it it.- tr - * so Ai"4 1
POCIAALIVTION CHELESEUAN'S PILLS
. .-Tht combination of ingro scents iq theae pills is
the resnl-of a lam; and extensive practice. They are
mild lb their operation,
and cannot do harm to the
moat delicate; ceretainin correcting all irregularities,
hlenerrnatione removing all obstructions,
whetherfrom cold' at -- o 3 therarise.hi.adaatie, pain la the
We., palpitation of the beart, whites, all nervous areC
tloll22..bYtteriCe, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs,
atistrirbed sleep, which arise Prom interruptions of
Dr. Cheosemazep Pills was the commence
anent Of • paw era in t he treatment of Irregnlaritles
ssetd: vatargottuns 'which have consigned so many to a
premature grays.. No female can enjoy good health
unless abe is regular, and whenever en obstruction
!likes place the general health begins to decline. These
Pills form the finest preparation aver put forward with
Immediate andpersistent 1311CCE58. DOU'T BE brume.
Take this advertisement to sour Druggisf, and tell him
that you want the But and mast Reliable Female
Zdwdicine in the World, which is comprised in these
DifiVileogregetaxeBllll have been a Standard
Beamed, for over thirty years, and are the most effectnal
. L one eyeraver known for all complaints peculiar to Fe
males. To all classes they aro invaluable, inducing,
with curtainty, periodical reguLulty. They are known
to thousands, who have need them at different periods,
throughout the country, having the sanction of some
of the.most eminent Physiciansln America.
Explicit directions, stating when they should not
not be need; with each Ddx—the Price One Dollar per
Box, or 6Boxee for $5, containing from; 60 to 60 Pills.
Pills Sent by mail, promptly secure tram observation,
by remitting to the proprietors. Sold by Druggists
ituter4Dy. - Pent by =prise aniwiero, by /draw l ing
4 • HUTCHINGS & HILLYED, 'Proprietors,
28 Day Street, New York.
• Saki lit Wallaboro by John A. Boy; in Ttoga by
So2d•Otte'p; in Lawrinoseille by W. G. Miller.lioctBs
Not only give 'immediate relief, but are sure
to effect a permanent cure in Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint They are not a purgative, and there
fore their me does not create a necesstty for the
habitual use .of Cathartics. They cause no sick
ness of the stomach, nogriping - of the bowels, and
perfectly harmless' to the most delicate.
They will immediately correct - a Sour Stomach,
cure Flatulence, Heartburn, Sickness or pain in
the Stomach, Costiveness, Belching ofwind, Liver
Complaints, Headache, and in fact all those disa
greeable and dangerous symptoms of the disease,
which unfit one for the pleasures and duties of
•' They are an agreeable and wholesome appe-
Veer, without any of the injurious effects which
are sure to follow the use of stimulating "Bitter"
and all purgative medicines. By their purifying,
strengthening and invigorating poier 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.
fared by the use of powerful and purgatives , will
an them 4i - nilid, safe wad. sure. resdorer tol:c.
gestive organi to their original strength and vigor.
Prepared solely by the proprietor,
B. N. ROCkWELD,
B. B. Cos. 21st andifarket Sta. ) , Philad's, Va.
See that my Signature is on the face of the
box before purchasing. Beware of spurious imi.
W. D. TEASELL, Wholesale Agent, Cor
ning,'N. Y. -Sou by all Druggists.
Corning, Sept. 20, 1866-Iy:
LAWRENCEVILLE, TIOGA CO., PA,
WI THE PLACE TO
:ow ocooms maim
4 FULL STOCK
11 - E - C EA V ED.
Corns On. and all
CLOTHING GOT UP TO ORDER,
WARRANTED TO FIT.
& Large titeck.of [MOTHS
' . Just ltecetved.
COME AND SEE FOR .YOURSELF.
Lawraticovilly Jul. 1, 1866-Iy
NEW MEAT MARICET.
1 . 0440F.N7N Amu,
Wholesale and 'Bolan Dialar in
IILOUR, PORE, HAMS, AND GRO
s p ry-, nr A L S 0 ,
,F1,14811,8i.EF, MUTTON, BUTTER, &.,c
„Shop oU• Poor Bor4b ot 6:with!' Law Moe.
'W4:llsliaio,;,Tan. 1, 1881-If.
E1.1 4 11i0 OFF AT REDUCED PRICS.
, The uudereigued would respectfully milts the
at tentiori of the public' to hie .
'..LAEGE AND CHOICE STOCK
!GftROCEIRLES &• PBOVIIIIONS,
A ' :.'?"t. -4 r.'!elrosfrag of
SUGARS, moi4sags, SYRUPS, TEAS
COFFEE, SPICES, PORK,
TOBACCO, SWABS, STONE & WOOD
ENAssi • .
;,.. T r,.. • .
All of "Matt will be sold at greatly reduced psi
ass for CAS4O. Can *Ad ass fOrlttaralibilit.
Wellsboro, Deo. 18, 1865. J. D. JONES.
MMIS. CHEVALIAVEi HAL& TONIC asp
ju. DRESSER, at WEBB'S DRUG STORE.
is J. 1
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• X D
, 441.4 7 •
PENS ON ,AGENCY.
To Soldiers and Their Friezids. —
,IristifEßSlO'NED : having had con
- siderable exPerience in procuring Penirion
Bounties and Back pay of Soldiers, will attend
to all business in that line entrusted to his core
with promptn ess and fidelity. ALL SOLDIERS
discharged by reason of warmth , are entitled to
the $lOO bounty.
Pensions, Bounties, and arrears of pay, cOl
lectedby the undersigned.
Per3olll3 wishing to confer with me will please
calf or address me by letter at Sylvania, Brad
ford county, Pa. Charges reasonable. GEO.
Refers by permission to
H. B. Card, County Treasurer, Welisboro, Pa
D. P. Pomeroy, Troy, Pa.
A. B. Spalding, Sheriff, Towanda Pa.[&pril
READ QUARTERS OF THE IRON SAWA/4
AUGUST lsr, 1866. . ,
Special Notice is hereby given to a j etarned
Soldiers, returned eltedaddlers, those liable to
draft and to exeropts,that the War is now ended
and so should,
HIGH PRICES END
All will take notice that we are prepared to
serve those wanting any thing in our line on
short notice and at •
Wo would call attention to 4 few of the ar
tialei of 'our toanufecture.
TEE PEOPLE'S' PEIEIfD COOK STOVE
in still 10, groakfavorwith taioa• Aishing an
• ELEtrAtED OVEN -COOXEMP7B. •
OtirPARLOB, BOX, & OQAL STOVES
deserve attention before purchasing elsewhere
Our IRON & WOOD BEAM PLOWS
are as good as any it not better.
- We woubicall pleticular atteittio to our
ROAD - SCRAt . S,
as We are confident that they cannot be excelled
made and repaired an abort notieb.
We intend to keep_up with the impreemente
of the times.
" Try as and ba convincSd.
TERMS CASH 017 DELIVERY,
J. P. , BLLES,
Knox - v . llle, Atigust 2, 1865. •
R EYNOLDS'. TURBINE WATER-wasurs.
The undersigned has been appointed Agent for
the sate of these celebrated whesls, which are be
lieved to have proved to be the most powerful and
economical in the use of water of any wheel now
Applications by letter or otherwise promptly
attended to, and mills visited, wheels set upi and
warranted, and Millwright work done in; my usu.
al thorough manner. G. PUTNAM.
Tioga, Pa., Jan. 10, /866—Sm
I lneue k aa C. N. DART T,
WOULD say. to the public that he is perma
nently located in Wellaboro, (Office at his
residence; near the, Land OfEce and Episcopal
Church) where he 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 nevi peculiar to the
calling. Be will furnish
sot on saly material desired.
FILLING & EXTRACTING TEETH,
attended to on shortest notice, id done in the
beat and most approved?tyle.
TEETH EXTRACT ` WITHOUT PAIN
by the the use of Anesthetics which are per
fectly harmless, and will be adzottilstered in every
case when desired.
Wellsboro Jan. 1 1865-ly. •
S. A. J. SOFIELD WISHES TO
her custornore tic* she is now re
maiving from New York, a tine streoetment of
which ;babas taken much care 3 . 11 indicting. La
dies will find a superior quality = of
MERINO HOSEER Y,
1804teMoods.„...Loress Caps, gni linen Handker
chiefs in id everything in the Millinery line.
Jan. 1, 1866.-U
UNITED STATES:HOTEL. -
Main Street, Wellsboro, Pa.
0. G. RITTER, PEOPRIISOR.
Having leased this populai hotel property,
(lately ocoupled by Mr. Nelson Austin) I 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 expert.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1886-Iy.
(comer Mai, Stresi and Ms lamas.)
,B. B. HOLIDAt, Proprietor.
.HIS is one of the most popular Houses is
.I. the county. ;This Hotel is the principal
Stags-house in Wellsboro. Stages leave daily
For Tioga, at 9 a. m. • For:Troy, at 8 a. m.;
For Jersey Shore every Tuesday and Friday at
2 p. m.; For Coudersport, every Monday and
Thursday at 2 p. m.
Symms ARRIVE—From Tioga, at 121 -2 o'clock
p. m.: From Troy, at 6 o'clock p. m.: From Jer
sey Shore, Tuesday and Friday n a. m.: From
Coudersport, Monday and Thursday Il e. m.
N. B.—Jimmy Cowden, the well-known host
ler, will be found on hand. -
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1866-Iy.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
• Call 'at No. 6, Union Block, if you want a
good WATCH, where yon will find lgood assort
AMERICAN I SWISS WATCHES.
I keep on hand E. Howard t Co.'s movement
in heavy Silver Cam, which for time has no
equal. I respectfully refer-to M. H. Cobb, Esq„
Editor Agitator, and Wiu. Bache, Esq., President
let Rational Bank of Wellsboro.
Also, the W. Ellery, ;Bartlett, Appleton, Tracy
4, Co., all arcgood Watches.
Dinner and Breakfast Castors, Cake Baskets,
Spoon Holders, Napkin Rings, Forks, Table and
Tea Spoons, ko.,
India Rubber Chains, Rings, and Gold Mounted
HEAVY PLAIN GOLD RINGS.
• - JEWELRY OF ALL RINDS.
A good assortment of CLOCKS orstantly on
hand. . •
All of which will be sold as low as they can be
honed anywhere. -
REPAIRING BONE' Q y q SHORT
Wellabora; ion. 1,18124 f.: 6 FOLATIL,
TANDIISKIMS SOZOD ON T for Clea
ning Teeth, for sale at the Drag Store of
Regislee* Nos 'fee.,
110 - OTICIC is-hereby given thast the following Adminiv-
IA tratore have filed their accounts in the Register 9
Office of Tioga Contity, - and the barite will be prevented Co
the Orphans' Court of said Countv,on Monday the sth day
of February,lbetl, for confirmation and allowance.
Account of Beusiali Wilcox, Adrn'r of John H. 'Wilcox,
Account &John I. Mitchell, Actin': of Daniel Snyder,
Account of A. G. Oarrison, Louisa Shelve and Jacoh
Shetrer,Adtrers of A.A. :.,.hiere, deceased.
Jan, 10, IE6O. U.S. ARCHER, Register.
ALDMISTRATORBS' NOTICE.-- 7 Letters of
Administration having been granted to the
undersigned on the estate , of Jacob Shipman, lite
or Farmington, dee'd, those indebted will please
make immediate payment, and thosehaving claims
against said estate will present them to
0. H. BLANCHARD,
Farmington; Dec. 1865. 6t.e Adm'ra.
VOTIQE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Dexter
Bobbins, S D Cudworth and others, have
applied to the Court of Common Pleas. of Tioga
:county for a charter of
_incorporation under the
name and style of "The Sullivan Freewill Bap
tist Church," and that said Court have fixed on
Monday the 29th day of January current, at the
Court House, for a bearing in the premises, iiben
said. charter will he granted if no good cause is
shown to the contrary. J F DO7. , TALDSON,
Willeboro, January 10, 1880-3 t Proth'y.
ADMIXISTRATOR'S SALE.—Pursuant to
an order of the Orphans' Court of `Lugo co.,
I will offer at public sale at the Court House in
Washer°, Saturday the 10th day of February
next, at 1 o'clock P. M., the following described
real estate, late the property of ,aeorge Campbell,
of Wellsboro, deceased, to wit :
A. lot of land in Welliboro, beginning 42 feet •
east of the corner of Main Morrie ate., on lot'
No. 9, thence east along Main-at 20 feet to the
Corner of the Joseph Sofield lot, thence-along tb
Pine of the Sofield lot add across lot No. 9, 82
feat, thence on the line of the William Bache lot
20 feet, thence north across said lot to Main-et,
place of beginning, being 29 feet front and rear,
byakfeet across said lot No 9, be the same more
or less, with all and singular the buildings and
improvements. Terms cash on confirmation of
the silo. T. P. WINGATE,
Jan, 10 % ,1865. 3t.
- 1 Ali SELLING OFF
Sty Stock of Goods
PIETY PER CENT. LOWER
THAN THIRTY DAYS AGO.
CALL -AND SEE I .
Wellabero, Jan. 1, 1466. 0. BULLARD
IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC 1 I !—On ac.
count of the mildness,. of the weather, the
subscriber has left over a large stock of arlor
Stoves, which he will sell at reduced prices, con
REGULATORS, three sizes.
GRECIAN COTTAGE, also 3 sizes.
and 3 sizes PARLOR COOKS,—a new pattern,
patented in 1884, where may be found as good a
COOKING, PARLOR, Office it BOX stoves
as was ever exhibited in Tioga county.
Also, TIN, COPPER, .8 SHEET-IRON ware,
English Enameled and Common Hollow ware,
Butts, Screws, Hinges, de., Ac.
E, A. SALEAD.
Tioga, January 20, 4888-4 t
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
PEOPLE'S STORE, an Corning:
We now have on baud an unusually
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
DELL AND WINTER GOODS,
adapted to the best trade of this place and IriGUI 7
ity, and shall be constantly receiving such ad
ditions to our stock as the varied wants of our
antairotts custothers shall demand.
Our stock couttats in part of our anvil variety of
a larger stook of Mourning anti other Draut
(foods than ever before, among which are a large
lino of I
AT $l.OO PER YARD.
Cloths and Cassblz,ed,
to be sold by the yard or nude up to order.
BEAVERS, DOESKINS, & SACKINGS,
for Ladies' Cloaks and ornaments to l bins thew.
FLANNILS OF EVERY VARIETY,
tsp. BLUE, GREY, YELLOW, WHITE,
PLAIN & TWILLED, OPERA
- FLANNELS, SHIRTING
fiGIAWLS,for Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
of every squib' ty, among which are
ALEXANDER'S KIDS, BUCK MITTS,
BOOTS, SKOES, & RUBBERS,
Amonk which axe the 4rctial Rubber, a now and
DRY GOODS, ikc
Our facilities for BUYING GOODS are UN
SURPASSED by any in. this section, and we
Irish it understood that
We do not intend to be UNDER SOLI) by
quality of Goods ooneidered, whatever others
may say about it, end in proof of this we ask an
S.SAMMATION of our GOODS" and PRICES,
promising ourselves not to get angry for *bow
tugloods when no purchase is made. We shall
give our customers the , PULL BENEFIT OP
ANY DECLINE in the Market should there be
_any, and should Goods advance wo shall be com
pelled to follow. We shall continue the system of
• One Price and Ready Pay,
which is steadily growing in favor.
We tender our thanks to the citizens of Tioga
Co., who havo.patronized us and would respect
fully invite those who have never done so to call
-end see us. Store opposite the Dickinson House
on Market Street, three doors west of the corner,
and two doors east of llungerford's Bank.
Corning, W. Y., Jan. 1, 1868.
IN GOOD COLORS,
A good stook of
inaItPHAN'S COIThT SALB.--ln pursuance of
Ur an order of the Orphan's Court of Ti 0 , 7 ,1
county, hearing date the .51b day f June, be&e,
the following described real estate,ltta the prop_
erty of :Thomas B. Goodenough, deed, v.)11 b e
ffered' at public B.lle on the premr , e;:. on the 24:4
day of January next at I o'clock P 17., to wit •
A lot cf laud lying in the township of Cooing,
ton, Tioga county, bounded on the north and
east by other lands of the estate of said Thomas
B. Hoodenoug4, on the south by the highway,
called the Douglas hollow road, and on the west
! by lands of Harrison Johnson—containing twenty
Terms of Sale—One-half cash on confirmation
of the sale; and the residua in one year . tim es
after with interest. ALPHEUS W. WILSON,
Adrers of estate of Thoe. B. Goedenotigh, dee'l
ripIOCIA CO. COURT PROCLAMATION.
Whereas, the lion. Robert u. White, Prem.
etent Judge for the 4th Judicial District or Pena.
Sylvania, and Royal Wheeler and "Victor Caie,
Esq.'s, Associate Judges in Tioga county, have
issued their precept, bearing date the 11.16 day
of Noer, leBs, and to me dareeted, for the hold.
lug of Orphan's Court, Court of Common Pleas,
General Quarter Sessions and Oyer and Terrain
er, at Wellsboro, for the County of Tioga, on the
sth Monday of January (being the 211th day,j
MB, and to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given, to the Coro.
ner,Justices of the Peace, and Constables, in and
for the county of Tioga. to appear in Glair own
properpersons, with their records,inquisitiond,er
aminations and remembrances, to do those things
which of their offices and in their behalf apper•
tain to be done, and all witnesses and other per.
sone prosecuting in behalf of the Commonwealth
against any person or persons, are required to be
then and there attending, and not to •depart at
their peril. Jurors are requested to be, punctual
in their attendance at the appointed Sale, agree.
ably to notice.
Given under my hand and seal at the Sheriff
Office, in Wellsboro, the 10th day of December
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-live,
LEROY TABOR Sheriff.
N DIVOltdE.—To PLishe a Lewis: Tat t
notice, that Oliter A. S. Lewis, your husband,
has applied to the court of Common Pleas of Tioge
county Pa., for a divorce from the bonds of mat.
rituotay., an that the said court have appointed
119nday, the 29th day of Jan., next for hearit;
the said Oliver A. S. Lewis in the premises, I,
which time you can attend if you think proper.
Wellaboro, Dee. 20,18135.4 X Sheriff.
DlVORC—Lucinda Kilburn : Take n:••
rice, Hiram Kilburn, your husband, has sp
plied to the, Court of Common Pleas of Ti , :n
county, Pa., for a divorce from the bonds of mat.
rimony, and the said court have appointed M)a•
day, the 29th day of January next, at W ellabon
for hearing said Hiram Kilburn in the premises
at which time and place you can attend if,7.1
think proper. LEROY TABOR,
Wellsboro, Dec. 20, .1865.4 t Sherd
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION h
been granted to the undersigned on the eat.
of Patrick Redington, late of Delmar, deed. L
persons indebted are requested to make imam
ate payment, and all claims must he presenter
duly authenticated, to JANE REDINGTON.
.-_ December, 20, 1885-6 t. Adin't
A DISIENISTRATRIX NOTlCE.—Letters
11... Administration haring been granted toll,
undersigned on the estate of James Albert Clint
tenet, late of Wellsboro, dec'd, aIl those indebtt;
will please make immediate payment and tha
having claims against said estate will present the:
for settlement to EMILIE R. CHRISTENAT,
Charleston, Dec. 27, 1885-6 t. Adm'a.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The undersignt
having beam appointed aDauditor to dism
bate the fund in the hands of John A. Bolden at
Warren L. Davis—administrators de bonis
of Ezra Davis, Sr., will attend to the duties of ha
appointment at his office, Wednesday, Jan. 24.
1866, at 1 o'clock P. M., when and where all per.
tons interests d are invited to attend.
JEROME B. NILES,
Wollsbero, Dec. 20,1865.--4 t Auditor.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The undersign
having been appointed an auditor to
distribution of the proceeds of the real estate,
James Strait, deceased, will attend to the dot
ofhis appointment at his dace, Wednesday, J •
24, 1806, at 10 o'clock - A. M.. when and where it
persons interested are invited to attend.
.TEROME B. NILES,
Wellsboro, Deo. 20, 1865.-4 t Auditor.
I N DIVORCE.—To John 3. Bassett . You ti
hereby notified that Rebecca J. Bassett, y
wife, hp her next friend, Simon H. Landis,:
applied to the Court of Common Pleas of 1:
county, Pa., for-a divorce from the bonds of .11
rimony, and that the Judges of said Court h.
appointed Monday, the 29th day of January 1
for a hearing of the said Rebecca J. Beam;
the premises, at Wellsb4b, at which time 4
place you can attend if you think proper.
Wollabor°, Dec.. 27, 186.5-4 i. she.
LETTERS OE' ADMIXISTRATION
beau granted to the Andersigned on thi
tate of George Campbell, late of Wellsboro
all persons indebted to said estate are rep'
to make immediate payment, and all claims
be presented for settlement to
Jib. 27. 1988-Bw.
LETTERS IOF ADMINISTRATION hi
been granted to the subscriber on the
of Israel M. Dann, late of Richmond. du':
persona indebted to said eatabs are requesx
make immediate payment, and those b
claims against the same must present the:
settlement to PETER V. VAZ
Jan.l7, '66-69r* Ada
FOR LICE on Cattle and Horses, barna
animals, but death to lice. Mix it 7.1
equal quantity of water when it is applied. •
at( RAY'S DRUG STORE
Jan. 17, 1886. - Wellsboro,
CAUTlON.—Whereas my wife Emelni
Walbridge has refused to live with 11
hereby forbid all persons harboring or tr,
her on toy account, as I will pay no debts
contracting. JOHN W. WALBBID: 1
Jan. 10, 1886.-30
NOTICE is hereby given, that the
dersigned having been appointed an
for to settle the accounts of the Adtninisalt
Geo. M. Prutsman, late of Tioga twnship,
will attend to the duties of his appoinuau
his office in Wellsboro, on the 2d day of Fair
A. D., 1866, at 10 o'clook A. M. of said l!.
Dee. 30, 1803. JNO. N. BACS
LICENSE APPLICATIONS.—Notice is beret ,
that the following named persoae have fh.i
Petitions to the Court of Quarter Session's
County, to grant to them Licenses to keep bowel
lie entertainment awl for Eating nooses; aai s.
hearing upon the stone will be had before said C
the Court House in Wellsboro, on Wednesday '
day of January inst., at 2 o'clock. p. m.
FOP. PUBLIC HOIZISTS.--.10/11/ 0. Pine, Covingtde
Bitter, Wellsbero;. H C. Vermillyea, oLlnes: •
Bowman, "Westfield,. George , Close, Westtield.'
man k Lewis, Elkland; Daniel James, Eutlsol.
Stevens, Nelson Hotel; John Southard, Morns ;
L. Comstock, Nauvoo Hoteh 4 Benj. Barre.
Foa EAVNa 11002.3.—J0bp A. Martin, 13103 b..
S. 'Jab:lan. Covington;' P. L. Clark, Covingt ,
Bullard, Welleboro;* lamb od Brown, Wellsbon...
To sell by the Quart, Thomas &Ana, Wiittdslu'
-- JOBN B. DONALDSW,C
COO IL PR YEAR 1 We want agezr
•504111 where to sell our rxnorrn
leg Machines. Three new kinds. tipper
feed. Warranted Eire years. Above salary or 11:4
missions paid. Tbo only machines sold to MI
States for less than it-10, which are jolly
Sow, Wheeler , WlZ:an, Grover F2:-er.
Co., med Barhadcr. AU other cheap machm. l
frittgoments, and the seller or =or are Zia.Z.lt
fine, and fmpri,crnmcnt. CmcnLars free. addra . t .
upon Shaw & Clark, Biddeford, Maine, or
Broadway, New York ; No. 0 Cartar.st Ph' ;
Pa.,. No. Iro West Fourth-at., Cincinnati,
No. 8 Spalding's Exchange, Buffalo. N. T.,
Lonabard'a Block, Chicago, 111.
I y ON n T flanti
G e r us S t
7 0II a t n . t 1 1,1;
GAMY, City Building, Biddeford, Matto.
PRINTS can now be bought for 11
MILLSPAUGH SEUTTS. Go 3 ;'
them at Lawrenceville. I t'•
WINDOW GLASS & PICiTTY,
at P. It. Williams' 'Drag St.
PUTTY A, WINDOW GLASS at
BOY'S DRUG Ste
T. P. WINGATI,