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wEDNESDAY FEBRUARY N, 18661
New Advertisements. _
Goad:. ea a Specie L. Baldwin Sc Co
Fruit Trees fqr Sale—B. C. Wickham.
Aran Wented—Chcries,S„ G . reen & C o .
EF.trey—George A. Smith.
NCe Ere obliged to defer a colutlin edvertieetnent
gut us by Iffez. , sr.r.W. E, Sons t
een by rearoo 'or the legal , wieertiebrg whir
crowd: tie fur epe)ce. It will appear nest-week.
Q . CISP.TEttLY T.' B. - flunic's
prolchi ct the * fileille l 4ist Church in this 'vil
i&ce ou Thurs.:lay - evening of this wee:, stud
cseit - :eueo the services of the Quarterly Bleating,
which will contir.us over the Sabbath.
erdr;..attention tc:: the
,acirerrik.euseut of B
C., Wickham, Esq., who offers, greet indutem'ents
frnitgrcwors, We urge farmers to, patrol:lire
tome nurserytaeu, whose trees are already soca,.
ts.steci., end ere otherrase superior to inky irepert,
t.uotis , . • • , - „
PLIZTEES EZOT.—R. T. HAIL, Esq.; P. M. at
y a rmingten Hill. writes us that a citizen of Fur
mington, Mr. Arc Kinney, last, week trapped a
pakither-..whieb nueaaured , scarlY seven - feet 'ln
length. It Vrae shot by the t'ilnadieri•behr hun
ter, Mr. 4. J. Fisk, Re one else being ciesireas of
taking the job. The brute was' traiiplid' in the
big woods on . .tOe :Tioga, road, and is prestimeti - in
be the animal which lass lately made such hirroe
among the.sbteep in -that neighborhood during the
Tan Poori-B:otia itre informed
that there is decided opposition -to this nsealure
in Teat) , townships, and- that blame is imputed to
Mr. Humphrey for its passage tbtough the House.
We gave notice of the project, together with u
synopsis of the bill, before it was introduced, in
order that the public might, take such action as
should be deemed _proper in regard to it. Mr.
liumphreY bad the bill laid over fur two'weeks,
during which time not a single remonstrance was
received by him. Believing the bill satisfactory
to his.. Tinge constituents he called it up, and it
Fas _ -
ma -but is now in the Renate, and ie delayed
by Senafer Cowles to give time for remonstrince,
ire have kept the people advised of every step in
the piogress of the hill, sty also that the ith see—
lion, subtnitting it to the people, had been drop.
ped by the Judiciary Committee. We sow urge
the dissatisfied to act at once. We regard it as
thesutoil ac;oncitialcai m'odeof supporting-the poor
as well as most riftufortible.. to the pool. them
selves; the only question being as to whether the
county is able to take bold of the Matter ink at
Lytwar ! ..r Extlyarno,l,—.Mr. R.. G. Edwards,
of C:ag.iieritea, seeds as the following extract frog/
the ,DryCh (411:rior),- , e, Welsh paper, together with
remarks : -
The' population of Itforris Ran, Blois
township, Tioga county, Pa., bold an Exhibition
at the new Baptist Meeting goatee, Jan. 1; 1868.
David Earris, Esq.. President- After a few but
. afrproprita fetharlilby th'e 7residcat, addresses
were thadolly the " Bards," some to the -Presi
dent, some to their Literary Society, others to the
Morris Ran capitalists and others to the Union'.
far srLieb 6p many Of cur-nation fought, suffered,
" "L, •
" Ireit on the: Prog,raMr.oe Were Priee - exercises
—singing, reading, reciting. declamation, extem
pore epeaking.4e. Upward of :40 in money and
valuables was awarded, Three sessions were
held, and the Society was compelled to adjourn
at a late hour, and before the exercises were fin
ished. hfrs. Balley - - -- -presided at the Melodeon,
siring ze st to the entertainment."
kra4.ELZSii. ' Order preialled throughout. The
selection of subjects was. good, the declamation
econmeniable," anti the intiartl,al decisions of the
judges gave satisfaction to' all. Some of the
judges were lately froia 'Wales, and reflected
.cre,diftipon_gaelfik4vity: Front Ithem 1 lealn
the 'such entertainments are as common in Wales
as dencing - partiedare here; :
While the better part of our nation strive to
make their new home a happy one, let others
join; end while, the columns of the,,Agftator ern
o [in t . tonh article?, Jet duce more et our nq.
not to en run themselves ttMOng its patrons.
D.. O. E.
Tho ,Zio'co of avideice
'We have 'received st . letter - from a valued friend
in which be takes very strong ground against the
proposed new law of evidence, published in this
platen few wetke_ogo. He states that along the
-south line of New Fork State, where he
opportunity to test public.opiniou,lbe testimony
etrainet the law (there is one stroller- in operation
tlerelTs et'erthelMing: 'He gives:it as his can
didePirriOn-that it will increase perjuryby offer
lug new and tempting inducements to parties to'
swear the'r cases through.
'With all deference - 4o his longer experience
with the litigious world, we still regardthc latter.
reason for opposing the proposed law-as unsufE
cient, if notoverstated. It tray ,he tree, as be
: str.tes, that juries bad it Alit:honk to weigh and
'*idelhpon'the cwiffiCting evidence...of
. parties to
the'snir) SotrtHi , ':o ffellevo that:gt . .rd'Ohiervers can
et once...di - tea-fa mats who swears falsely in the
court room. Fete men can Ile, under oath, with:
perfect Serenity of soul or countenance.
Again, our friend most be la`seare that there are
very few cases involving . valuable interests, in
xbien kioAsis vet, liciev, - nuori or lesS dEparturo,
from the troth by the witnesses, or some of there.;
We do not recollect one case, the trial of which
we have witnessed as a spertator, t where :there
was not only perjury, but intentional false swear
ing. We doubt if the parties to .a snit would
sweartarder than tlisrwitr,esses tbeY 'often sub-'
poet co drive their cases ttiroUgh. Taking this
view of the matter, wo do - not see how the pro,
posed new law is to increase perjury; but that
it may put suitors in a tight place occasionally: .
is eery evident.
The object of a fait -at-law, as we sUptinse, is to
to /earn the troth involved in the dispute as-far
es may he, and upon that truth to declare a ser
diet, The truth is:almost arrays known to the
parties p: - the'slift. Why almost_
put i.=them on
rit ' ish:sfend and it optidnaewith them to
reveetthe Xruth o .er suppress it in full view (Alice
pains and penalties of perjury?
Tria At/natie for March is one of the best ,
numbers of that magazine ever issto,‘ "Passage , '
from flawthorne's. Note Dook," -- are focinating
pictures of still life among friends. The second
Pert of "A Freedman's Story" "GriSith Gatint, ?
and the "Chimney Corner," with new Chapters
of "Dr Johns," make Jr grand entertainment. T6'
be had at tliet.lt;)okstote,:Wellaboro, or of the pub_
Bakers, Ticknor ct Field Boston, Mass. .$4 per
- 6Pel*ert, Esq. o M.ausfield,la several fine card
qechaens sent display mach artistic talent, and
entitle' him to a generous local patronage.
To Fall Brook on the 22d iut.t., by Rev. D. R.
! eDerrarazd, Arr.ZaaaaPorzocr., and Miss .Evtaa.
2 1 , WELLS, both of Fail Brook.
Fa*the 22 , forandiarY by .
D. Zeediq.-.,N ,fdr.;Grnnainav IL '.lan•Ton, of
,D rhaatyanl- Mrs.. LT.ora lanalty, Stung 4
itx arm in,tonj'eb. lit, by Iho.atruic, Mr. S.
% 48 : .M 145 hilkiLebu6;rta. Stirs - :elsa..tr.Lo.rrt
kriiit, of rtiOduttou.''
DUAITHE - . -
In Farmington, Tioga - Ca• Pa, oraPoPlexY,
Des.. Jonason Burrs, in the 77th year of his age,
'an the 10 of Feb. 1564. •
He died as he had lived a worthy believer in
our saviour. B.
dR-WeLisbon), on: F.Miclay... morning,- Feb, p.
M&RGA.RET E. lacEnzis'lY, aged 313 'years end
The above announcement will be read with
sorrow by many whose friendship the deceaiied
had won by her kiridneas• of heart, and whose
sympathies bad been awakened by the severe
trials sloe hta endured„ Par more.lthan-tenyears
she bad suffered from disease which 'frequently
assumed the most painful character: and the lat
er years of her life were embittered by griefs
which added largely to the sum Of her sorrows.
Eat through it all she preserved. a cheerful de
meanor, devoting - her time to the-welfare
children, assisting 'to . the extent of- her — strength'
in caring for the sick; and always ready with
words of sympathy and encouragement for the
poor and unfortunate. She was active, determin
ed, energetic and her life was extended far be
yond the expectations of friends by the exercise
of these powers; „. but when nature, completely
exhausted. conld'do longer obey the commands
of her resolute will, she surtendered her feeble
life with full faith that she should resume it in
that laud where - rest and peace Shall be unbroken
forevermore. t f „ Cow.
A Ctiodb; tolvt;
REQUIRES' IMMEDIATE A.TTENTIOti i ; AND SHOULD BE
Case KED. a ALLOWED To. CONTINUE,
Irritation of the Lapp, a Permahent Throat
• :Affeetio - n, or an, ineurizble t
IS prfEN,IT4E RESULT
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
nAtll . 7O A DIRECT INFLOENCE TO THE PA,ETE, EIEE
For Bromakitia, A84711.a . , Corarnmptiol
and Throat Diavaaes,
TROO - CEfEW4RE VSED:W3TIFAI.4SIwKs 090 D SUCCESS
Singers and Public: Speakers '
will find Trochee useful in clearing. the voice when
taken before Singing - or - -Jpeaking, and relieving
the throat after an unusual -exertion of the vocal
Organe. The Troches are recommended and pres
cribed by Physicians, and have,had . . teetimtitiiale
from eminent men'throrighoutthe country. Being
an article of true .merit, and having preyed glair
efficacy by atest of many years, each year finds
them in sew localities in various' parts of 'the
world, and the Trochee are universally pronoun.
cod better than other articles.
OBTA.IN only , ‘Etaownts 33nniicidiaa Tacion'an,"
and do not take any of the Worthless Itoitatione
that may be offered.
Sold everywhere in Statedinritl in
Foreign Countrieedat 25 cents pot box.
[lncie - 05-43 "r.." 1
ITCH t ITCH' ITCEI 1 I
Scratch ! Scratch ! Scratch I
Will Cure the itch 3148 Ztottes.
Also cures SALT RIIEUMi'IILDERS, OBITL
BLAIN'S, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
50 cents. 'For sale by all Druggists. '
For Sale by . John A. Roy, Weltsboro,
- 'Sy sending 60 cents to WEERS" k _FOWLER,
Sole Agents, 170 _Washington Street, Boston,
'Mass., it will be forwarded by mil, free of post
age, to any part of the United States. :
1 , 40et65-6m. .
IQ ()BERT'S & STOIVE4
Will be foirnd one door holoai , 41;ari & *Tuck, , r's
hardware Store, in the bnildiag'frymerly occu
pied by Borst 4k — fieagere, whink:building they.
have refitted throughout, and intend keeping -: 4
-. • • ; r
• • 0 S A•Jg:T 9,N 4.4 N D
, 1.. - - • "
.FAISHLX . GROCARIES - AIM' . FRESH
El it-09a..0APirtil gi
AlS . pice • Bins Blacking- Beef
Cassia' ""CoVe: - Candies - Crac'ke'rs
Cheese - .-Clews,, _Dried A,p,ples.Bes..Coffee
Farina ' • - tams
Indigo blue Lead Mustard. Molasses
I lintrnegs t •-z.;•-Oystersv , ...„Reroeene, P e i*
~ .11.,oliler':Pipea-, • Zatoe:
• moil "Pestles'
Raisins I Salt Sweet Corn Soda Cark.
Se.lern.tu„ SYPEt;.;.§taroagr•Pru). Sh ot -
Starch, Gloss Stipp .':§artlin'es
l'obaeso , Teas:, .; Toßyfees "S irregar.
&c., „ &c.
ES:Pie U./J:l' :7:MI FORM'
apipritesii - Yreeythiliedeedendlor
Ws-claim to favitta tine an artiela - of
. . j . •
SYRVPAr:, JWSittitS .4111 . Pd 0' LA SE$: 1
as was :avid. offaitistf in Mellabbee. Ad!, Itafa' em
ber the pl
re - RI ociz-)Ittlow, 4;04 Tile)a , et.
- ROBERT'S .C.ST 0 -
Welsher°, Feti7 1886.
Wilt sett his istire 13tock of
Drugs and 'Patent M6diemes
,„.: iftion4 .
THE, 4411 . 11 TY S!I
- - '
trite has everything over kept iu,a •
-CLASS - Rgu,G, STORE.
ellsVoity, Feb. -• 7 -
WHAT- IS j3::111"
.What is it which is as marvains as : lbelnagi-
CiatiVait - - - • -
What is it which the more you use it the better
you hitt it?- -
What is it that causes the lame tb walk?
What is it that eases tha pains of rittiumafistri ?
-What is it that looserilthe joistai
W,liat iS`this obOtaieal comma:id:llmi is e:illed
remedy for-? enraigis; acting direct
ly upon:thenerves and giving almost-instant - re
etiriiik sorts - of 4 , aes aia: psis as if b 3
magic ? It is -
A II T .1 F E
Selling off now of itoy's tr`ttg Stare.
a issoLuLio.N.,ilTho. eeparinersizip hitherto
W vs.ictieg between the subscribers it the mer
cantile business is this Asy (Feb, 124) trissolved
mutual crusont ;. the business to tie Condueted at
the obi steni 1 - I , :c. B. Kelly; Th9l indebted. t..
the ftrin still please cell uprat hiin anti -Settle:
C. R. KELLY,
W.4llsboro,l'ob:2l;'66 - . JOHN T;PURTII3.:::
-• •J•-•/V-1•41) ;*'4'
t • -
NA T•- r & Pal EE
CHEAP OLiSH STOAT •
- • ,•=tl , .Ct - 5..511 1 ,31 1 4;_
Witerelou caw:always find:the-best 13surt.e,d.
sttleli!-Id.: - • - • ..
DOMESTIC 44.ik`AN 0-00 4 DS,' CLOTHS
NOTIONS, 'READY, m4.,pg:,cLoTggi#:
mafiuntetured - . uni3erlllleir "olYn supervisten, ‘i
QFN - rs , ' _,Ft7RNiBIIINir 'GOODS 'ete.;' etc.
to their Merca.rit tailoring establishment they
defy eiimpetition, ttn`ring the best taitors , t4 New
York City, and as experienced Cutter,Mr. It P.
Erwin. - - - (Feb. 21, 1666-4
Caleit; - St ides & Son,
ILE PREPARED TO SELL AS CHEAP
e.s,aui dealers in rhe'i..Lunty, a r geoeral
Y GOODS,. ROCERIES,
EEP,DY-ALAPE. CLOTHING. .FIATS,,
DOCAS snoEs, putt..
E RTHERN, S 1 ON E, AND' GLASS WARE,
,n short, everything nsnatty kept in a country
stoitijall of-which stilt , ,bn.sold• as IoW Itziase
attire, for ^
It EA DY PAY 'ONLY !
No trobble to Show
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES.
TAPLES do CO., grateful -to old patrooe for
0 , past. favors, hope, for a contiottanoo, et" ihe
same. paving loaned a copartnership With G.
P. c.kap, - thly feetrconfident that they can do
betiir than ever 15Lefo're:ras 'the'nery *so will have
a larger aes?rttnera•
CO PET PRON DEFIED'!
CARA . , STAPLES A SON. r
Eeeneyvtile, Feb. 21, 1866.-Iy.
AD MI N ISTRATOR.S' SALE.
By virtue of an order of the brphans' Court of
the estate of Royal Riga, deceased; will on "the
Ith-day-of-March next,. it .the"--Roaerilla Bouts.
in itutlentljn",said_county, expose to,sale at .pnb
lie auction, to the 'highest and best bidder, the
:eliowing described fed estate, to wit:,
, --"Ailetr-orland-in. in Rutland, beginning in the
Public road leading * from- Roseville to Bradford
county by the residence of Charles. Sherman, in
the north line of 4inicl Sherroan'e, land, thence
'horth thirtrsix. and at half •deg..-west 78.2 perch- -
es tonear_ laernell..ereck, thence north 'M. deg.
zwest,:s4-perches, thence_ north aixteen- deg.-west
'along.said road'3B-.2 porches, thence north oi. p.
east, sixty-two. perches, thence north twenty-six
i deg..ferty:ix perches, thence north 4.1-deg. east,
I 42 perches, thence north 12i f deg: west2B perches,
itbende.northf2.l4ik 'east 18.4 perches, thence east
-1156 , 4 .perches,,. thence south 21:tterehee, thence
-treat seventy-six' two-tenths ierches;thence south
-along lands in possession of Joel !Role, (leorge
3V2,-raft - Alion And - Berrie Soper, 245'perehes; to
noiiii line, of' Charles:Sherman"! land; thence six
teett - perehes to 'place - of-begitinfogi,—containitig_
,133 acres moreor - less, besides-the folloiring ex
h:tititicinis and reservations - therefrein, - --hein,, ,, •all
iter,reVed, witli'ais old dwelling, shoe .laop,black-._
. smith strop, horse barn; shed; and'other °cabana
hits thereon ; excepting nut-of the above discri.
bed lot;ef land. one acre sold and conveyed tn:
Harris Soper, another acre of land- near Mill
Creek . , ; nlso-sold and conveyed to. said Soper:, and
li.i.lot a tpl perches of tend next north of Mill
Creek, coat side of said'road; sold and '6onfieyed
to L U. Barden ;1 1 -, acre of-land next north of tilke
-enid ittfiden dot, sold to S. 1.1,: the .hotel
lat on the corner in Roseville, on which is the
:R es - evilfelfonse. containing one-acre and 108 pa
of-inatkaa herein often-advertised and described;
the Watkins A - Strait Stole lot on the, coiner of
the Elmira and Bradford Colll2 . ty roads eelitain
leg 8 perches of land; d nerd of land - on which
are j e ,e_h o nse; on_the north side of said Brad
tordeo.,read and-„east of said Witliiis:& - Strait
store lot, gold to- Marietta A. Rose, - -then Wife of
'decedent; i-dareaez! vaLgt.of Mat itt#Dti;n:beci lot
on troithiside , a said road; sold- - to 11, Bich; iof
an aarsvexteast of Said -11.ich lot, north side of
said road; aold to Charles - Sherman; , i- acre' lying
sea" , farther: cast, on nortirside of said Bradford
county road, 8.0141,t0.:R ., :.f5actier. 2. • another-., lot on
InsetyadeQf,4tie Elmira sand. in Roseville, sold to
, sinTrtfposseiiion of 3,- of A i. .•Sitopsia, Contain.-
hag abottclOyemites ; -another lot on sass side of
said Elmira read, containing 144 perches, sold to
-holyroti- - Milla; another. lot ,nezit... north a 'said
Ifillalot on east side of..said Bltturn road, contai-
Plug 011,9 ierei and 109 perches, sold . fu:Uriah Lu-'
1 -,- , - ,: - .4.rad .& :sopftd - Polly;Stratt.: another lot of
land on east iiafett - itialirroad, - bOntra'oted to Lon
son IfOle, earitivinitig - ab - out2Cr acres; and alio the.
1 Ipt hereinafter advertised and- described as tice 4
P,uryingGrOundLoi,Vorifaining about 85,8 acres.
rcio l / 2 ippro . orthajt4 and other _fruit trees oil the
.`abokiellat tolia Auld:" ' .- • : -- ;
' 'exPese to public sale,-auether_lot
tif ; latid in Rutland linown as the Roseville Eftitel.
',Let,; bounded and deseribed'es. folloWs Begin";
ping atihe'rforkhweiticordor'ef•lL:t: R. , Raveus lot,
on the ealt s sideof the Snhidan road; thence along
said road, , lnorth. 54eg east 18 perefte.i.io a eerier
Irctlfe - -Btadford -- county-road. thence-along. Said
cid 4,3 peiches - ' to;s stake, thence , south 5 dog
west, 20 perches to a stalte, therieelfortb 84i deg
West along north line of said IliiVcit4 lot to 'place
of beginning—containing one acre 108 perehest,pf
lend more or less, witla large,hotel building; call
ed the Roseville - HouSe, a frame barn and sheds,
'con:thongs, icehonite, woodshed, other outbaildings,
' - '4,190:•-- , anothir lot-of land-in Rutland bound...)
edits `follAs begitiningfatibe send:loser corner,)
thereof, thence along north line:of lands of Eras
,tus Rein 'West 143 perohe2,therrectilortli , filong the
'fault' -line Of-A. Buckley's land 45.5 perches,
'thence beat-tiling land of 1. - Newbory 143 perch
es to the northeast corner ',lereof,.thence south
'slortg the Backer - lot 48.5 perches to place of, be,"„
'iiroaing-.=containing:4o acres and, one hundred
verciieB dote or fess.' - • • -
ALSo=4iniiitteflutof -land'in :Rutland, called
ilielgaryingr-Ground;Let, , beginning at the south
west corner theittof; thencomorth deg east 14
perches to tcstake; th&ree - norib. /Si deg west six
1 -Perreires-to-astake, thence south 71/ deg_west four.
teemt.six - itenths perches to a stake, thence south
30"deeeest slat and one.tenth_perches to place of
beginning-containing 8"5.5-porches more or less.
'ALSO—another-lot of. land',in Rutland, being,
got NO. :148 of alto alb:damn t 0113in01am lands in
stil twit. and bounded north' by lot N0.:143 eon.
li - traded to Royal,Rose and.Erastns Rose, easf,by
liit`No. 129 in the - name of --Ilose,,t Gile, south by
I lot No. 100 in the name of U. Sny;tlt, and westby
BingliaMlatids—einataining,sixty ,, five And seven , :
totAsi *erten:tore:or lessolto same, con tractee4,
1 -,Apt:..-Rose; which:Sheri ilaborit-$175 'doe
the -Bingham estate for purchs se money.
ALSO—:unether let xif land-in Rutland, being
lot No.-50 of-thO allotutent'of Ring,ham lands in
Rutland, and the same conveyed by the trustees,
of the st l t t4g ii h e a: i estate te 1
November , ;;o l se B4 a 9 nd ini ag. Ll t.
t the time ol 'the death said William Rose held
• liy i biro and said Royal hose as tenants in coca.,
Inns,-ailed described - ,as fellefts; = beginning at
I the southwest corner on the north line of lot Ne.
32, thence along lot ffirnie'rlyin possession of Le.
IMen - Barns north sixty two perches and two-tenths
. —north 25 deg west 39 5 perches, aniteast.,lo2:s„,
peribeS, llimice'west 5'5,8 perches to place of be-1
ginning—coMaining sixty one eight-tenths acres,l
wtth usual allowance ; ,ge:, more or less. _ _
'Sitid sales are to be •Intide upon the following
terms: Fifty dollars cash paid on each
the time of sale (except on the Burying Giound.o
lot), one-fourth the .purchase-.money on conftrm- - 1-
ation of. tne epic, and •the balanee df purchiii6
money on oachlot to be, Jull , lin'twqual annual
payments with intereston the.:-442, - Jnie3
o'lle - time of each paynient vee-111 , 8A by- Sung:.':- Orders b tiatlpromptly attended to ,
went bond and mortga e, with other security WO • 1: — .1-r - - •
!equired by the-undersigned., • •- .• •
...1 -- . - SEYNI - 0 - 1311., „
1.8B1d: - LVE.:STF„ F UNSi f
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I NEW 3 OI I SkOOM
No. <3 Agar Cor*lng, V.,
7. - and-Postoifice Building. • -
= - ....BBNYARD F. ROBINSON;
Reittriat,liginowjedgnatilicii, to "rhilrfpfatidillar the lib
anappatronsobeitciweeffnr - ttle fAnt idgittyivtta tailing
paittquhitrattenticin fi4 the present season to his estab
liahtnent;:w.lacittbavittibeen completely renovated and ..
ialensforaied; la now 'stored • .. tinevv !Ala such a tcaiblna
tion4if ittWctiona in tateraturi . atiik. , 44 ita tannin fail
to intarett Abe public, and wltielaqt is lionved nay sup;
ply 'the genera). want of tThle region - as it keepi pace with
the advihcement of the age.
Books dfc St4titiitiery:
This department comprehends-the most desirable cod.
election et works - by ancient anD model% eatherrit; : -ProSe
;AnithigAii -- ,..cwkai and - IllstbricaliFictionsatni4lM
Alt new Books received alfliomilis pabilahett.";klavite
.stook of &boo used•iacity and country Schools.
A full stoffilror .31Ittnit — Boots' of all, descriptions; Tack
tiernoreadamei,.. Time Books and Distien; - ,School Sta—
tionery in endless variety. The Stationery department
cotilprisee Cap, Legal, Hill,. Letter, Note, and Billet Pa.
perol.alf kinds, Envelopes, alt shapes and , sizes, Pen
holders, Pencils, Inkstand:,—and, in fact; eierything
in the line.
Particular attention paid to the selection of Ladhis'
Stationery, a choiceassortmont of which is always kept.
'flit -department lithe sPeclafty Of. the concern. and
is under the erasetin supervision of the undersigned
who bas given 12 years attention to this - branch Ayr.
are found the entire - . pnblicattoue of the .lieW. Fork,.
Poston, and Philadelphia Prove; daily, semi-Weekly, and
weekly editions; together with the principal American
and foreign 3fagartnes—orders for all of witich,are
echtod- griusuatfacAtleorare st•
forped for the trecotion of sPectot orders, ritilins be
ing received from Nett' 'York twice each day. Pubsctip•
dons taken for any periodical published in the United
"Brsf ,, s er Europe. subscribera on the line of-the Erie-
ItailwaY(including from Avon to Itochestsr).aleo on
the 'Pogo Railway, from Cornln9 to somervillei can
have dailies. Ito'PAWS, mentlillei, or back. numbers of
any serial delivered by my agents ou the cars.' .
WALL IP.PER AND WINDOW
A largo and carefully• selected assortment embracing
the besrond most - desirable' pattern at rations prices,
from let to )ieriroll, lea ritig-rd , oxonse to foruilles
for neglecting wholesome inakrovements of the walls of
their honses. Borders for tniFsanse In gilt, velvet, and
satin. extra and narrow width. bn elegant assortment
of Wendow Shades, white and buff. also green, blue, buff
and figured Curtain Paper, and Putruan'sapprosed Cur
tain Fixtures, Fire Board Prints, Curtain Cord, Tunis.
PICTURES A.ND PICTURE..
Always Open for inspection and Sale, a gallery of isie
011-P.loth:iv, ste.ien g ravin g s and Preach Lithographs.
.A..'graat - -satiety _of 'colored Prints, illustrative.. of tbe
scenes grid tattles of the tote terrible Rebillion,.ei.sf:sr
by .. distinguished - artists, fortnitig—subjects of futisr.
est to every American Citizen.' 'A Large and - varied as
sortment of Picture Vratnes,variouis sizes and styles, in
chiding's:nest unique patterns of Ovate, gilt, Roliairood,
Walnut, &c., Pictures framed to °ries...many desi
red style atAlifott 14.?"9.C,sstiziroti'most fasm ebbs terms.
$ l /JPIDAY SCHOOLS,
- Special attention is 'devoted to this importatit kanch,
and it is intended et all- times to be supplied'with the,
latest publications of o.ll* class of merattre. B.:s.Ll
bia,ries tarnished at wholesale rates, and antiatiiitions
- taken for alt kinds of Sunday School. papers - 0d pro
cured free of postage. Gift books, embossed Reward
Cards, Certificates of Membership,, ,Singiug Boole, Gol
den Chain, Showet,Consor, Chime Bell, and .c•itious
others, ~ Altpiletlien;e,coMpleto stock of Stalday . School-
Ps,raphernalid.: . • ,
• . There ie no advance do.. pia oft F 3
, -ItlanitetepEtbavia, fie:, at Day-atatec, . •.. -..
,c , 4 . .•
. : . ...t 4 .: Z. - , 4 .':i• tZ ":".. .4..:
UUSICA.L btrAATRILIPN/1% ., , r , ) ., .. -. , ._. , . ~ .
prise the oidinatY.Catalognea offered at
Music Stores;stich as Violins, Guitars, BatijOS, Accord
eau.% Eintinas, Glarionets, Elutes, Fifes. &c, &c. The
best quality of Italian and English Violins, Guitar and.
-Eanjo'Strittga. - Elteet hinge kept constantly-on hand.
All the uew and popular songs and Instrumental
received.aa sooie %cued: :Teaehers - supplied at the
usual discount, _ Musical Instruction Books of all kinds -
Music and Books mailed free
• - Aimut far the .mostpopplar manufacturers of Pintos,
such as Cb [clearings,ltoari,Jrnat . & Gray; and grin
co's celebrated hfeltideons and harmoniums. •
lions vello take.pleasztra in preserving the lineaments
- of it& "friends iii 4 thif form non...inosc convenient eatd.
Moat' in Inigne; Call 'afford to le;withetut one of %belle
beautiful and appropriate receptacles of Card PhOo.
: graphs. A splendid assortment of Alirams; in all styles
and prices, 'iron, - 50' eta. 'to $°A, "to snit the taste and
abi.Ery . of all. "
',.....,''•it: complete , stock of Micron' at cdtaize , n and pri.- -
c,e!., Eintnrc•Cora, Taskle, Knobe,-&-C,&c.
'll2f...tarp iill4.isinill -Iliblis,lliyiah- takilta; Cabal::
Bibles, Prayer .. .Maks and Catechterros. .
-Law Blanks,_ SlarriageGertificates, -Lawyor'si Tape;
Seals, Gold 1113, , asunljilete . stock of Pocket DOqks, La
dies' Traveling Eatellels,loys , Children's Games, - Dia:
'andMaps and Picture& aackttambion Doards, Chess
'and Chequer men; Dice, Writing Desks, POrtfol los, Draw
ing'Cases; Ladies'," Work ,DoxeSi Doskets,-TLque Paper,
: Notes, Drafts and Receipts, in Book and ttieet form, In
'Coke and Letter Files, Black* -bhairttidir.4lrmine Inks,
AuliiPena ; • Pens; Mourning -Capar....atuiEnsolopes, and
a thousand and one-artictos too Jatitnekirtacco mention.
e 4 4,.8 4 01 1 . 3 3:1, 711r ,d in sny atyloyent may be •dosired. -
• .. g
I_lE. leo ROVOLIVAPNI
Yirr s -'1,1,301-17.
A l'i D
11",0111SON'S COLUMN. i
~------ : :-,2,--tt,--:- -, 4-;, , ,, , - - :-;--,•:.:-,,,,, , -,_:•„•.,,,,_ _,.,,,,, 4 , -- •-.-- --:•,•• • :,-...',- .! v -;• --,_:_-. • - --' - -- - - •::-.•?-,_ ,- . 2.1
; Ti —VING , I6 m - a , the litog -41 1.4. -
24;h4 a : , ,7• -
.11, very profitable medium fnr stea.iy adverth.
,-tvg, I preptrae,thihigigh the coming year to increase i
t Waite the careful attention of-titts community
to thetia,-pronitsing to make them .stalsr
ments,of facts, as to, _ .
parcra—i:ik 600 us,
14 14 1 ,4 — and avoiding 011aissitni
and jot% windajazoi. " "- "-'
Mq eltilerienee has been.: that ItAntSit adYerti4-
in g if batied - On truth, .pays t, Sit
wire to follow it up. Any one that baa a busi•
facie worth bringing, before the attention of the
ebrotounity, earn:rut yrelllulake-it 'too! plain
I hereby return my thinks to the citizens of
Tioga County forthaVerYliberel share of trade
I have received for the—r-net ten years, during
whi !Et time my trade his:Sfeadily increased; and
I freely acknowledge that my Tioga County trade
isi(isAtete large pprtion of , it. I intend to try and
tt , " '
y mar ep
iar6+4 1 .94/I.l o f
~.......:5 ~. a.ll
. 1 . 'le : j tiH":: - i . " 3•. i„ ? ; :.. :- 1.,.q7 if
at pricos guarantatakto • be: at the bottom of thi
market, and with itfintfieadmen to wait On'
In all cases where ibli . re chsince to receive
stock under market irteas, (which frequently ac
; curs,) such bargains will be given to my onstos
I also am enabled by my large sake; to bap- a
greet many Goods fraralrst testae, saving .Nove
Yol-k•Sobbers'etblita-,eaatlipt me : Wifien„snob
filidde atlimeh leiettiat_markat
I claim several aiicantages advmr. most ores,
LAD.Diit SALES IN - PROPORTION TO
EXPENSES, A LARGER, .STOOK
'OrOOODS I ,SUITABLE• TO
A- BUSINESS, CONDUCTED NEARER'
Ar' ASH' )3:AStk: ;
than [float any store in '-tbe stride. -bur' further
foram:ration, - see vaticas , iof • Pilitee. , bola ; t also
local column. •
%.t t7l ~
1, 1. .• ,r+
t I r
• You'eari buy standard Stieetbsp 4si 44 crap ) ,
iesa,jiye l ry . 4:4 - 44 - et131,0 atle - to-39-teuir et tor
store:" •••• - •
WB continue toseittest BeLatnei Yr ttlyt Best
ptintnAt . 2a r , and good. Prints at 2Q cents. See
cop:arks, N. Y
San. 1, 1886.-- • '
. CA - 1;r, - A:l ; 4..iDSkt. "' •
THE otten tion -of the FaVlnere . 6ita every
body else is Charleston and-Covinilon town.
ships, are hereby motided,.that the ttore at. Cherry
Batts Will iseltept. open where they
a full assortment of
GOODS i t C 4 RacE.RIES,
,"19SLEAriand IF CI IVIIP;AT FLOUR,
SUGAR - COFFEE; RICE,
Mackerel, &c., constantly on hand. Givens a
theiTyllatts,Jan."l7, 1866-3m. 0
L. E'. ROCKWELL.
WOOLEN' FACTORY FOR SALR.—Situated
in: V7elisboro, Tinge, -- County Pa. Said
'actory has a 801 l Carding Machine,' a Spinning
jack, two power looms, picker, and 'Falling Mill,
—all. in gOod'order. - The Factory has a good 5
'horse-power sleaze 'engine andr:svuter.power by Basing carried on the above business for the
which it may he driven. '- - • . . .. . 'page or s.fteen jean, he wishes to return his sin-
Also—one acre of land on which. the Factory sere thanks to,liie patrons for the liberal sup.
standsorith.Dye House and other-appurtenances 1 port received during that period: and (soling
thereunto belonging. ••' - . _ ...... ...
. _ .._ _ _ __ ...,_
._ . ,
.. .,„... ~. r that he has given general satisfaction In the put
This establishment will, be said at a 'bargain, I- - • • .
~ ~-,... -. : . I —which fact is shown by the Increased demand
The location•ds-zusampassed. in the, county, andl - * I for his liaruesses—he - begs leave to announee
the tun of etrAtotti large For further particulars . f that he isriaorr prepared (by the employment of
I . . _
inquire. of - .-
JACOR-FrILTBOLD, Will give-my customerscustomersthe i mb eee of
„any ;,, MIA eLus workmen) to execute all orders at shert
,-_ - - -- ORRIN 131,A1R. I change in the market as •I•esn-pciated. its - auction r,•
noticican I will not be excelled by any establish.
Wollehore r Feb_2l. llitiGzit._ - . - ! and other sales from day tridayby-telegrspli end 1 meat to the country.
' mil" ' Corning journal," Elmira Advertiser/4 otherwise. • - ~ _
. „ •
~Z2t" lierneisas always on hand. 'Call and too
end Addison Ailvertiaer,' - publish 3. :times and' • . . H . our . ,i, him. Shop oppoalte the Ilanifleld Hotel,
seted.llll.Lt to - title - ogee for collection . - ' 1 Rob - fowl le, 1.866,-
. . • • .ceittlef f 4Tate,,l l , 184541 ' ' " - " .•
~.. „ .. ... „ „
CORNING, STEUSEN COUNTY,
, t L.
A WORD TO MY OLD FRIENDS and
1 the community generally. Notbeing a friend
to longattd, windy.advertisements;:and lugs ex
itenditnri(tothe 14tnters, t "Iterewitit ittubdrit
condensed statement of facts al a small oost, with
the understanding that the surplus capital will-be
better employed-in retitle - in the price of Goods to
hfr,stookje full and °Droplets to supply all the
wants of My ad customer° and many new , onus,
both_ in the Retail and Job Trade for the ap
'preaching cold - treatfarr: luvfoir
ALL WOOL CASqI7II.E:R:i
et-Sit. per yaztl:. Narsgastattk AIWA imiitabikfor
winter Weer at tts. Good yard widetarnwa ;RAY&
tags at 2s. Prints 18 to 25 cents per yard.
from 2s 6d to 4.s per yard, quality equal to these
prices six years ygo.' Dicta. (hada at lower rt.
cggaa "111 as a splendid aisortmont. ofilne goods
atlaaa Prices Than can, be bought in tbi State.—
Areong,tlsapS may hi found
at 5s to 12i per yard. Bmprass Cloth* plain aud•
fignrod. - ItertriooA, Wahl nom. eilpaceas, Scotch=
Mouaires, ilia in fisetlvery thing usually"
4.4:€liltat Otas Founttyltore.
Ladies' Cloth. for Claokings at La-
ittjul Castor Staaft, W=3 6 other
ikro'kusaaroda-to mention; s beaty Stack Secver
afr',oo, (fiauta flue•Cassimorti - equally. cbeap.)-
..aly _Boots, Shoes,_ and Ca*et :Stock,
itairt ilos'or and eotuptttis.
,40 . .itgir th'ibei_puiebaser;
*six tiff form d'At the -
In Hats, Caps, Gloves find Atitt4-ns
• alga, id
- 1101lag:411 : LARKETs.
artatioh misunderstood, whers the steady
and unexampled increase of ballotsis Is Caftan
into the scoorint. Latty.eitbout the tear of con
trodietiott,rhitt with -the , large , purchases I are
soaking from month to month for cash, I can sell,
s kallmottntry trade °slaw as they cart hay in
oho eity, itseludiig 'freight:" "whitili gives we an
opportunity to offer
to the Retail trade, which I am doing nud bound
to do as tt testimonial, of teg._graffitsde,,for their
many favors and very liberal patronage.
.ii.., i . , - .. - ,;,.Q.7., ;J.= i ...;:i . ~,:ii....,...::.1
e .. ..i
011010 E DRESS GOODS
ALL WOOL iNERDTOES
pious prices,including Wash
"inglon IKills. • .
Water Proof Union Beacer,
~:- ~ -•-• „1i#9,,1.);1:Tc*.-„:,-
The advantage to my
SITPERIOR-4;DYAX . P,4I9.ES -
WHOLESALE DRUG STORE,
r i ftllGS AND 312.DICINES, PAINTS
As , AND OILS, .
TELODEUS DAYIDS' INKS, CONCEN
=AVM MEDICINES, CIN-
- CINNATI WINES AND
- BRANDY, WHITE
WASH LIME, -
KEROgENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI
COES, PETIWLETTISI OIL,
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
.', PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
,Sold at Wholesale Prim. Buyers us reqwested
ts:S . SII. arra, get .quotations before vizir farther
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1,1884-41
REAR : YE I HEAP. YE I—The , Polls of
this Election are new open.
C. L. WILCOX,
Of Wellsboro, offers for salwhis entire •
STOCK OF GOODS AT CART.
•611 those who feel anxious to make a
•_. _ • ....
DELAYS jttli l E DANGEROUS;
Call at the "REGULATOR," ens Darin. 1.64,19
thottost Mee. C. L. WILCOX.
,Wallebero, Jan. 1.28, 180.
` OW Is THE TIME TO SAYE YOUR
A greatobreakdown in the price of all kinds of
• I have just returned from New York with a
"largesnd well selected assortment of
STAPLE AND FANCY . DRY GOODS,
which were bought for CASE. during the late
Panic at PANIC PRICES, which I am bound to
I am selling
Good Madder Prints, 22
Best- " 25
- 'Extra Wide, English, 30
But Muslin Deletines, " 36
- Bleached Sheeting*, . 20 to 30
" Unbleached "_ 23 to 30
. Rafts ifaavy, 35
Beet - quality French Merino, 1D shill ngs
Double width Plaid Poplins,
Yard wide Rep, .30
_ Hest (high. colored) Wool Detains, 80
_ "Single width Plain Poplins, 40
Yard wide Parente:Ca, 40
&Large Stook of .
- FLANNELS, BALMORAL SKIRTS,
HOOP SKIRTS, CLOTHS, RUBS,
- NOTIONS, WORSTEDS,
- A good assortment
CIROCER FE S, BOOTS I SHOES,
, Also, a large Stook. of
FEED, FLOUR I PORK, always on haul.
In fact ;
ALL „ THE • NECESSARIES OP -LIFE.
Cuitotaers in want of Goods will save =ono,
by calling at the "New Store and .4311Z6i1:10 Geods
end Prices before bnylng_elsowbore.
— Slogs, Jan. 1, 23.88.- H. R. }ISM.
yA7 E have rednead the price of Flour 31 per
-V V' barrel, raid and meal SO alerts par sw
and shall sail, EO.W.C.ABII ONLY.
C. WRiGHT ,„4c
• BAILEY'S BEST .
"SPRING -WHEAT FLOUR„ RUCK
. , WHEAT FIORE, GROUND
FEED, CORN MEAL,
'1 -- BRAN, Ac., ecc.
VASE!' PAW FOR ALL KINDS OF'
WAIWIT a BAILEY
Wellsboro, Jeri. 24; ISO.
I• Iv HcIT THE ILLUSTRIOUS ABER
v NETRY SAID.—"WeII, sir what's the
r matter?" said Abernethy, the great Zngll3ll 3ur
( gads, to-it cadaverous-Making patient, who had
called- to eonsrldt hint. "Oh, nothing seriou3,"
was the reply, "my stomach and 117er are out of
that's all.', -Do you call that nothing sa
-1 hods?" said Abernathy; "I tell you, sir, that
lichen those two organa are out of order, as you
hall It, theteYtsot a square inch of the body that
, s not more or lese - diseased, tor a drop of blood
in it that is ink healthful condition." Nothing
• can be more true;therefore it to of the very high.
est importance to keep the stomach end liver in
a - vigorous-condition. If the one is weak and the
other irregular in ite• action, tone and 'control
I them with 110STETT2R'S CELII33.ATED
STOMACH BITTERS--the most genial 7vgata
l• ble Restorative and Alterative that has sver Seen
administered as a cure for Dyspepsia and Lays:
Disease. It is recommended by distinnished
surgeons and physicians of the 'Unite: dtates
Army, by officers of the Army and wavy, by our
first authors, by eminent clergymen—La tact, by
thousands of the most intelligent of ivory clan,
as an unequalled protective aplast xpidemin and
malarious diseases, and as 3 "perfectly Innocucal,
but at the same time powerful, invigorant and
LETTERS OF AISICIYISTRATION harlas
been granted to, the undereianed, apon the
estato of- Vtneen'S Dailey, late ofOleo/3, d'3.2aw
ed, ail pars )ne indebted are resneeted to 01-tidill
homediate payment and those baying olalme may
present them to PERRY DAILL"F,
Oeeola. Feb. 7,15.6-' Admr.
W . 11011ANDS
MANSFIELD, TIOGA, COUNTi,
CORNING, N. Y.
AND DYE COLORS,
W. D. TERBELL & CO