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Among the many good things written
and printed to guide ministers and ru
lers, fathers and mothers, and the-like,
I do not recollect of
_ever reading a
good article in a good religious paper
addressed to boys, or for their special
benefit. These are not young men, nor
yet children. They are boys ! And I
look - upon - them with great interest.—
They are soon• to be young men, and
the interests of the church and of the
nation will be in their hands.
Now my nervous, restless young
friend, there is :no period of life in
which you are in danger'of making so
many mistakes as in boyhood. So sit
down a few minutes, and listen while
I point out to you some of the mistakes
which you are very liable to make.
Firet ifiitake:—That parents and
teachers often thwart you just because
they have the power.
You know that parents and teachers
often forbid your doing this or that,
and direct you td do what you don't
want to do or what you think may
just as well be put off, or might be done
in some easier way. Then you feel that
you know all about" it as well as they
do, and better too, and so you have a
right to resist .and contest the thing,
and certainly to grumble about it. It
seems toyou that they love to command,
and make you do the very thing that
you don't want to do, and so you ask,
"What gobd will it do ?" or "Why
can't Ido it some other time?" or you
go about muttering and murmuring, as
if greatly abused.
Now, understand that this is a great
mistake. The parent who will 'toil
fidni - early dawn till yen are asleep in
the 'evening to support von, and whO
will watch over you day and night
when you are sick., loves you too well
to lay one command on you which, is
not for your good to obey. %)oes that
parent ever bid you crush your finger
in a vice, or bruise it with a hammer, or
make you freeze your feet in the snow?
Does the teacher ever rejoice when you
are in pain, or contrive how .be can
make your head ache ? Why then
should it give them pleasureto hurt
your feelings, or to cross your un
less he thinks it for his good. To array
yourself against this authority, then, is
a mistake, but a very common one. I
don't believe a boy ever rebels, or plays
truant, or runs , away from his home,
with - out first trying to convince himself
that he is right, and has been abused,
and that his father or teacher is a very
Perhaps you will say, "I would hon
or my father and my mother if they
were only rich, so that we could have
every thing we want, and if they ere
educated and refined, a real lady au • a
real.gentle ... . , but hod, can I h nor
one who is tour and uneducated, hnd
who is at times impatient and fretful,
and sometimes even violent and pass
ionate?" blv dear boy, Ctod knew
there would 'be just such parents, and
he knew how hard it would be to re
spect and honor such, and so he has
provided for it in two ways ; first, by
laying his own command on us,. and
second, by promising a special reward.
"Thy days shall be long," the first and
last command with a promise. Honor
thy father and thy mother, because
they are thy parents, and though they
may - make mistakes, they mean to seek
only your good.. ,
Second Mistake:—That any thing vul
gar or sinful can be manly.
Boys sometimes, perhaps often, get
the notion that it is manly for a boy
to smoke, or use tobacco, because men,
and respectable men, do it ; that to use
profane or vulgar or obscene language
is manly ; that to be irreverent and low
in speech is manly—because men do so
at times. Sad mistake, I assure you.
If such men are allowed in good ,soci
ety, it is in spite of these things, and
not in consequence of them. I' have
never seen a father who, as I thought,
really wanted to have his boy learn to
smoke, or to be vulgar or profane ; -- arid
what would you thing of a father who,
every morning, at family worship,
should pray that his son might learn
to use one more ititense oath, or might
learn to blaspheme the name of God
with glibness? Now, is it right to do
any thing for which we may not pray?
And what would your mother say, if
in the morning she should find her boy
kneeling down and praying God tohelp
him to be more profane or to use viler
language than ever before? And yet
you:know that Many a boy will use
language and oaths and vile speeches
during the day, on which he dare not
think. when he meets God alone in the
dark. Know then, my boy, that if - you
think that any thing that is low or vul
gar, or such as you would want to say
or do before your mother or sister, is
manly, you are mistaken. "Sin is a
reproach to any people," and to none
more than young peope. And as to
those low, 'vile, men who would teacls
you vile things, and encourage you to
be vulgar or profane, shun them as you
would demons from the bottomless pit.
Third Mistake :—That you can break
off bad habits any time you please.
'You will often meet with boys who
boast that they are not tied by bad hab
its ; so that at any time they please
they can stop having wicked thoughts
whenever they please—stop using "pro
fane language, and have their imagina
tion and. words all pure, whenever they
please; but let them try, and then see.
The trouble is, they won't "please,"
and they won't try to do it.
You might just as well dip your hands
in tar and keep that on them a month,
and then say, "0, I can wash it all off
n a moment, whenever I please." You
might just as well swallow poison, and,
say, "I can throw it all out of any sys
tem any moment I please." What
would you think of a boy who should
play with a mad dog or a rattlesnake,
under the belief that he could expel the
poison of their bite at any moment?
No. Sin is like pitch—it will stick to
you. It is like poison, it will not go
out at your bidding. Many a boy,
chinks this poison through a vile book,
a vile picture, or a viler companion,
till his soul is defiled, his imagination
is polluted and made a deu of unclean
things, and a rendezvous of unclean
spirita, all the rest of his life. All the
waters of the Nile could not wash
such a heart clean. No boy can con
ceive what shame, what bondage, what
remorse and misery he is laying up for
himself, even in this life, by early or
secret indulgence in sin. These sins
are like little ropes, but they hang - yoti
over the bottomless pit. t . The waters of
Jordan once cleansed one leper, and
that was a miracle ; but no waters can
make your soul pure when once pollut
ed. It is easy to learn to sin, but to
break away from it when once learned
is almost superhunnm.—Dr. Todd in
LINES OF 'XIILA.VEL.
ERIE RAILWAY. _
Tutu will lease Cornipg at the following bolus
No. 1, Rattalo Express, &l f, ;re
No. 8, Night 'Express, —.. 7:38 a m
No. 6, Mail,..—..- 32.13 am
No. 7, Night Express for Dunkirk and Bultalo r .7:18 a in
No. 9, Mall, for Buffalo and Dunkirk. Urea ano
O. 2, New York Express,
No. 4, Night Express,
No. 6, Steamboat Express,
Ito. 8, Cincinnati Express,
No. 12, Night Express,
-THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF THE
BLADDER, , STR&NGURY OR
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign rem
edy, and too mnah cannot be said in its praise.—
A. single dose has been known to relieve the
most urgent symptoms.
Aft yon troubled with-that distressing pain in
the small of the• back and , through the hips ?
A teaspoonful a day of 13elmbeid'e,Buchu.;will
reliere - yon. - : , ,
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
I make no secret of ingredients. Helmbold'e
Eitract Berlin is composed of Bucbn, Cubebs,
and Juniper Berries, selected with great care,
prepared in vacua andrecording to rule; of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
These ingredients are known as the most va
sable Diuretics afforded.
Is that which acts upon the kidneys. '
BELEIBOLDI EXTRACT BUORti
Is pleasant in taste and odor, free from all injur
ions properties, and immediate in its action.
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL
See Medical Properties contained in Dispenaa
tory of the V. S., of which the following is a nor
" Bocau.—lts odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic,"its taste bitterish, and an
alogous to that of mint - . It is given chiefly in
complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as (hov
el; Chronic Catarrh of Abe bladder, Morbid Ir-:
ritation of the Bladder and Urethra, Diseases of
the Prostrate, and Retention or the Incontinence
of Urine, from a loss ortomi in the parts con
earned in its evacuation. - It has also been re-:
Commended in Dyspepsia, Chroyoic Rheuma-;
tram; Cutaneous Affietions, and D opsy." i
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
See Professor Dewees' valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic. •
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Phys
ic, of Philadelphia.
See any and all Standard Works on Medicine
IN THE WORLD.
lam acquainted with H. T. Helmbold ; he occu
pied the drug store _opposite my residence, and
was successful in conducting the business whe
others bad not been equally so before him.
have been favorably impressed with his character
and 013 terirrise.
(Firm of Powers & Weightman,),
Manufacturing Chem Ats;
Ninth and Brown 'Streets, Philadelphia.'
[From the Philada Evening Bulletin, ifacrh 10.]
We are gratified to hear ' b[ fhb coutneedirtc-'
case, in New York, of our 'townisman', - Mil'it.
T. Helmbold,, Druggist. His store, next
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 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',
although advertised, are
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from
using any thing pertaining to Qua ckery, or the
Patent Medicine order—most of which are fte
pared by self styled Doctors, who are too ignoratt
to read a physipian'a simplest prescription, much
less competent to prepare pharmaceutical prepar
THESE PARTIES RESORT
- . . •
to various means of effeetingiseles, iiiclais'ee-py
ing puts of advertisements of popular remedies,
and finishing with certificates.
The Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE,
PURE, and MAJESTIC, having Pact for its
Basis, Induction for its Pillar, Trail alone for
its Capitol. -
A WO.Fblk OF
Health is most important; and the afflicted
should not use an'advertised median., or any
remedy, unless its contents or ingredients sre
known to othert_bashles the manufacturer, or
until they. are satiated of the qualifications of the
party so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
AND - IWROVED ROSE WASH.
Established upwards of 16 years
Prepared by H. T. HELI.B OLD'.
; - - •!
HELMEBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, Newyork ;
And HELifBOLD'S MZEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth Street; Philadelphia; Pa.
SOLD *BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
October 11, 1865—1 y
WM. B. SMITH, KnosviLle, Tioga County,
Pa., (11. S. licensed Agent, and Attorney
for soldiers and their friends thronghent all the
loyal States,) will prosecute and collect with un
rivalled success, - -
80.7.3)1Z118' GLOMS AND DUES
of all kinds. Also, any other kind of claim
against the Government before any of the De
partments or in Congress. Tomas moderate, All
communications sent to the aberre addrall will re-
-10/3 a m
..1284 a m
. 3:40 p m
3:40 a m
//:41 p at
*itiiei: - 5t6'444 : :
MESSRS. GUNN & TUCKER beg to
announce to the citizens of Tioga County,
that in addition to their excellent stock of Stoves,
Tin-Ware, Brittania, and Sheet-Iron Ware, they
have, at a great outlay, stocked their store on ,
NAM STREET, WELLSBORO,
wiib &Complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate.the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
CA.RPENTER'S TOOLS, ,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, - SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOI,ES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE 'O \ HOES. HOOP, BA
& BAND IRON . , GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also; PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS,
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stock
We invite the public tocall and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our line; and all work to order done
pioniptly audwell. GUNN do TUCKER,
Successors of Wm. Roberts"
Welleboro, Jun. 1 1865—tf.
FIREI FIREI I FIRE 111-
The undersigned begs leave to announce to
the people of Tioga County that! be bas estab
lished an agency in Wellsboro; for . the well
HOME. INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York
That he is 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 te
the General Office. This is one; of 'the "richest
Companies in theTnfindStates, having a
Cash Capital of $2,900,000,
besides the Assets which on the let of January,
1865, atnonnted to
Its Officers are
CHAS. J. MARTIN President,
A. F. WILWORTH Vice President,
JOHN McGEE Secretary,
J. H. WASHBORN Assistant Seey.
This Company has taken out
A STATE LICENSE,
and monthly pays the per centege 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
853, Sec. 21, 22,23.
Welleboro, Aug. 23,'65. W. H. SMITH.
c &N. HAMMOND'S NURSERY,-
Middlebury,- Tloga Co., Pa.,
Situated'on the Plank Road, 4 miles from Tioga.
We are prepared to furnish 160,000 Fruit Trees
at the following prices :
' Appleireee—large size, 25 cents at the Nursery;
30 cords deliverid. Common size, 20 cents at the
Nursery, 25 cents delivered. Pear Treee, 50 ctn.
SUMMER APPLES.—Burnham Harvest, Rudy
Harvest, Chenaugo Strawberry, Washington
Strawberry, Red Astrachan, Summer Bellflower,
Summer Omen, Summer Ring, Sweet Bow, Sour
Ribaton Pippin, Tall Pippin, Republican Pippin,
Hawley or Douse, Milden's Blush, Large Wine,
Ladies' Si/acting, Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet,
WINTER ArPzas.—Baldwin, Bailey Sweet,
Black Gillflower, Blue Pearmain, American Gol
den Russet, Roxbury Russet,Rhode Island Green
ing, Esopus Spitzenburg, Swear, Sweet Gillftower;
Sugar Sweet, Honey Greening. Honey Sweet,
Pound Sweet, Pound Sour, Peck's Pleasant, Tall
man Sweet, Tompkins Co. King, Wagner.
PEAES.—Bartlett, English Jargonelle, Bleaker's
Meadow, Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Becket, Beane D' Amalie, Golden Beurre,Flemish
Beauty, Glont Morceau„-Lawrence.
Also—Siberian Crab, Quinces, and Grape roots
—several varieties. - C. .l N. HAMMOND.
Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa., Jan. 1, 1886-Iy.
THE LADIES' FAVORITE. TILDEN'S
Concentrated Liquid Blueing for Blueing
clothes, for coloring, and for ink.
- Six good reasons why it sells so rapidly
Decorum it is better than any other kind; -
Because it is the cheapest kind of laundry bine.
Because it contains no acid, or angthing that
injures clothes or makes them yellow.
Because it does not spot clothes, or make them
Because it is so useful forjcoloring.
Because it makes a perfect blue ink when the
directions on the bottle are followed.
Prepared . by A. E. Tilden, Dansville,ll. Y.
For sale by John A. Roy, Welleboro. Ps.
ATICROLS' PBRUVTAN BARK a P
OXIDE OF IRON, for sale b,y - '
tjan.3/,'88.] BORDEN 8805,i
K EROSINE LAMPS at
ROY'S DRUG STORE
OR-WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE, and
with de, .atop at THE AGITATOR Ofdoe.
this anio.al, such
- V L tV
'f HR i
C: car G ras-i
T E Ert FE
LOSS OF A PPE
E.: CAGY, he. Its
1114 improves the
Iki d , increases
toe appetite- gives
a smooth amt.
t. ansforms t h e
i To k..,ep:rvAgeli - r , .r?,.g.reparatian is invaluable.
tric.ans,s the qL t hod Imp:oyes the quality
of the milk. It has
-•- -iroven by an
!ate the guan
o/ milk anal
xt. twenty per
and make the
r thin and
it gives them
In all lineages of Swine, such as Coughs, ulcers in
tho Lung?, Lice:.
&C., flits artic.a S '
AZ.ti a.; a specific.
By putting from ' ti
otcetialf ta., papa -
u pap :r iu u
gaba cl t 1 a a a - . 7 -
crill - -
or cntirciy irevantati. IC gii - cn in time. a certain
ca:e I.* ti..: Cl,oicra.
Price 2,5 Cat far $l.
$. A. i';ORIT:4ITI3-2kY
linGiSt3 ILE DI NA AND lIEDICINE DEFOL
No. 118 Prankliu,St., Balliruare,_ I.`
out the Unit. ' zd Stutei.
For sale by John A. Itoy, Welleboro
11 ‘..tflui _
STRENGTH TO THE' WEAK !
YOUTH TO THE AGE Di!
'flue preparation is unequaled as a Rejuvenator and
Restorer of wiated or inert functions.
The aged ehonld be certain to make the 13Iokrene a
household god, inasmuch as it will render them youth
ful is feeling and in strength, and enable them to live
over the days of their pristine Joy. It not only
exhilarates but ttreugthens, and is really an invaluable
bleating, especially to those who have been reduced to a
condition of senility, sell abuse, misfortune, or ordin
ary sieluiese. No matter what the cause or the impo
tency or any human organ, this superb preparation
will remove the effect at once and forever.
ma,. 'cures Impotency, General Debility, Ner
vous farompsaity, Dyspepsia , Depression, Loss of Appe
tite, Lqw 'Spirits, Weakness of the .Organs of Genera
tion, Imbecility, Mental Indolence, Emaciation, Ennui.
It has a most delightful, desirable and novel effect on
the Nervous System; and all who are in any way pros
trated by nervous disabilities are earnestly advised to .
seek a cure in this most excel tent and unequaled pre
Persons who,by imprudence, have lost their natural
vigor, will find a speedy and permanent cure in the BI
The --Feeble, the: Languid, the Dispairing, the Old
should give this valuable discovery a trial : it will he
found totally different from all -other articles for the
hlt u in
p k repara do,
a ti s t
o i c wisiluvreselutoarbe the
ne T rv o otur weaknesses enlaleaT— of
'wasted strength with wonderful permanence.
It is also a grand tonic, and will give relief to Dye.
perdu, with the first dose. A brief peralitence in ite
use will renovate the stomach to a degree of perfect
health, and banish Dyepepaia forever.
One Dollar per Bottle, or six Bottles for $6. Sold bj
~... 77,941 52
Not Only give' tnuteullato relief, but are sure
to effeet a permanent cure in Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint. They are not a purgative, and 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 will immediately correct a Sour Stomach,
cure Flatulence, Heartburn, Sickness or pain in
the Stomach, Costiveness, Belching of wind, 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
tiser, without any of the injurious effects whioh
are sure to follow the nee of stimulating "Bitter']
and all purgative medicines. 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 use of powerful and purgatives, will
find them a mild, safe and mire restorer of the di
gestive organs to their original strength and vigor.
Prepared solely by the proprietor,
O. N. ROCKWELL,
S. E. Cor. 21st and Market Sb., Philad'a, Pa.
See that my SigrMture is on the face of the
box before purchasing. Beware of spurious imi
W. D. TERBELL, Wholesale /gent, Cot.:
;zing, N. Y. Sold by all Druggiete.
Corning, Sept. 20, 1885-ly.
SELLING OFF AT REDUCED PRICS.
The undersigned would .respectfully invite the
at tension of the public to his
LARGE-AND atoms' STOCK
GROCERIES k PROVISIONS,
SUGARS, MOLASSES, SYRUPS, TEAS,
TOEACCO,,OGARS, STONE & WOOD-
All of which will be said at greatly reduced pri—
ces for CASE. Call sad see for yourselves.
Weilabor°, Dec. 13,1885. T. D. acme.
Mri.Bcs'ait'ZlßßllllBl', , foT.
A N Assortmett of TABLE GLASSWARE
,Jl will be found at ROY'S DRUG STORE.
A k T9T/OE IS REBBBY GIVBIT,that an alga
.l.l tin for Direntois and other <tams of the
Wellaboro Petroleum Company, will be beid at
the office of Jno. N. Beebe, Esq., in Wellsboro,
Monday, March sth proximo, from two to six o'-
cloak P. M. By order of the Board.
Feb. 7,1866. N. n. COBB,' Seo'y.
,iMii:til' ' - , f-;
1 Cala Powders.
- Tlda preparation,
low; and favorably
known, will thor
IJa spirin_d horses,
by Ft, engthoning.
anal cleansing - the.
stomach and bides!"
It is a sure pre
vLative of _all die
(!sses iucideut to
COFFEE; SPICES, PORK,
EN WARE, YANKEE
To Soldiers•Aud -Their Friends.
r pin UNDERSIGNED having bad eon
-1, adorable experience in procuring Pension
Boiinties and Backlmy - of Soldiers, will attend
to all business in that line entrusted to his care
with promptness and fidelity. ALL tiULDIERS
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. ()barges reasonable. GEO.
Refers by permission to
11. B. Card, County Treasurer, We'labor°, Pa.-
D. P."Pomeroy, Troy, Pa. -
A. A'. Spalding, Sheriff, Towanda Pa.[April 1.
'IUD QUARTIMS OF THE Mali BRIOADZ
AUGUST 167, 1866
Special Notice is hereby given to Returned
Solateral,' returoid' eitedaddlere; those-,liable to
draft and to exempts, 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 -
We vonitl quilt attention jto a few. of the ar
ticlee of our manilla/afire.
THE POKE'S FRIEND COOK STOVE
is still in great favtl,i s ,ll , ith !hose desiring an
ELEVATED OVEN COOK STOVE
Oar PARLOR, BOX, & COAL STOVES
deserve attention before purchasing elsewhere
Our IRON & WOOD DRAM PLOWS
are as goOd as any if not battery
We would call particular attention to our
i lia we are coolldent that they cannot be excelled
made and repaired on short notice.
We intend to keep up with the improvements
of the times.
Tiy us and be convinced.
TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
J. P. BILES,
Knoxville, August 2, 1885.
R EYNOLDB'e TURBINE WATER-wasns.
The undersigned has been appointed Agent for
the sale of these celebrated wheels, 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 up, and
warranted, and Millwright work done in my usu
di thorough manner. J. G, PUTNAM.
Tiogn, Pa,, Jan, 10, 1866-3 m
C. N. DARTT,
WOULD say to the public that he is perma
nently located in Wellabor°, (Office at his
residence, near the Land Office 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 cases peculiar to the
calling. He will furnish
*et on any material desired.
FILLING & EXTRACTING TEETH, .
attended to` on shortest n0t:430,4nd done in the
, - best and most aptiroVed style.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
by the the use of Antesthetics which are per
fectly harmless, and will be administered in every
case when desired.
Meßebore, Jan. 1,1885-Iy.
MRS. A. .J. SOFI4D WISHES - TO
lu In form her customers that ` th e is now re
ceiving from. New York, a fine abetment of
MILLINERY GOOD S,
which she has taken touch care in selecting. La
dies will And a superior quality of
Infants' Hoeda. Dress Caps, line linen Handker
chiefs and everything in the Millinery line.
Jan. 1, lB6B.—tf
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
Main Street, Wellsboro, Pa.
D. G. RITTER, PROPRIETOR.
/laving biased this popular hotel property,
(lately occupied 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 experi
Wellsboro, Ton. 1, 1866-Iy.
(Corner Hain Street and the Avenue.)
B. B. HOLIDAY, Proprietor.
alms is one of the most popular Houses ip
the county. This Hotel is the principal
Btage•honse in We'labor°. Stages leave daily
as follows :
For Tioga, at 9 a. m.; For Troy, at 8 a. m.;
For Jersey Shore every Tuesday and Friday at
2 p. in.; For Coudersport, every Monday and
Thursday at 2 p. in.
STAGSB ARRIVE—From /logo, at 12 1-2 o'clock
p. m.: From Troy, at 6 o'clock p. in.: From Jer
sey Shore, Tuesday and Friday 11 a. From
Coudersport, Monday and Thursday Il a. in.
N. B.—Jimmy Cowden, the well-known host
ler, will be found on hand,
Wellaboro, Jan. 1, 1866-Iy.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &
Call at No. d, Union Block, if you want a
good WATCH, where you will find a good assort.
-meat of -
AMERICAN & SWISS WATCHES.
I keep on hand E. Howard A Co.'s movement
tu heavy Silver Caw, which for time has no
equal. I respectfully refer to 14. H. Cobb, Eat;
Editor Agitator, and Wm. Bache, Esq., President
lit National Bank of Wellsboro.
Also, the W. lillery, ;Bartlett, Appleton, Tracy
& Co., all arcgood Watches.
Dinner and Breakfast Caitors, Cake Baskets,
Spoon Holders, Napkin Rings, Forks, Table and
Tea Spoons, Ao., Ac., Ac.
India Ribber Chains, Rings, and Gold Mounted
HEAVY PLAIN GOLD SINGS.
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS.
hanAd good assortment of CLOCKS constantly on
of. which will he sold se low ai they aanbi"
REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.
• Wellaboto, Jan. 1, 1865-tf. A. FOLEY.
ITANBTFRILItH'6 SOZODONT for Olen
' thug Teeth, for sale at the Drag Btore of
P.B. WILLIAMB. '
WOOL - WHEELS, WHEEL.- HEADS,
SNAP:-REELS, FLIERS, &C., &.0
rp UNDERSIGNED would respectfully est
i bounce to the
MERCHANTS & bEALERS
of Tioga and adjoining countie►,`tbat they are
now engaged in the Manufacture of the abort
named articles, and are prepared to furnish them at
Employing none but Experienced Workmen,
ats4 using. only the best materials, we are con
fident we can fur nish
, you with goods that will
-snit your customers.
_ Every article warranted to give entire satisfac
tion, All Goods packed in shipping order and
sent by ran or otherwise.
Pleese'address by snail, when list of prices,
", Gard Samples," lc., will be forwarded.
C. M. CRANDALL k. CO.
Montrose, Pa. Dec. 27, '65.3m.
N. B. Ours is the only establishment that
manufactures the Celebrated
Crandall Wheel • Bead.
Warratted to last TWENTY YEARS if well used.
IINTER GOODS FOR THE MILL
ion at No. 2, Union Block.
Has lately returned from New York with ti splen
did assortment of . .
DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTH.-
- LNG, BOOTS kg SHOES, GLASS.
WARE, HATA Li CAPS, -
GROCERIES, DOMESTICS, WOODEN
WARE,- . ENGLISH CLOTHS,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, -
. • AND
-KENTUCKY. JEANS, FRENCH CASSI
MERIS, FULL CLOTHS
Attention is called to his stook of Black and
Figured Dress Silks, Worsted Goode,
Merinoes,.Black and Figured ,
DeLaines, Long and-
Square Shawls, ,
Ladies' Cloth, Opera-Flannels, "tc.,l4tc., l.c.
Purchasers will find that
No. 2,'U lon Block. Main Street,
,place to buy Oats best quality of Goods at
the lerreekiric4t. - JEROME SMITH.
Wel/shoro, Jan. 1, 1866.
CALL AND SEE.
rp HE attention of the Farmers and every
J. body else in Charleston and Covington town
ships, are hereby notified, that the store at Cherry
Flatta will be kept open where they can procure
a full assortment of
DRY GOODS 4- GROCERIES,
WHEAT and BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, RICE,
Mackerel, ic., Constantly on hand. Give us a
Cherry Flatta, Jan. ..17,1868-3m.*
L. E. ROCKWELL.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
PEOPLE'S STORE, la Corniny
We now have on hand an unusually
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
FILL IND WINTBR GOODS,
adapted to the beet trade of this place and tin
ity, and shall be constantly receiving such ad
ditions to our stook as the 'graded wants of . our
numerous customers shall demand.
Our ma oousistain part of our usual variety Of
A larger stock of Mourning and other Dress
Goods than ever before, among which are a large
IN GOOD COLORS.,
AT 9140 PER YARD.
A goaL stock of
Cloths and Cassimeres,
to be mold by the yard or made up to order
BEAVERS, DOESKINS, & SACKINGS,
for Ladies' Cloaks and ornaments to trim dem,
FLONELEI OE EVERY VARIETY,.
RED, BLUE, GREY, YELLOW, WHITE,
PLAIN dr„ TWILLED, OPERA
SHAWLS,for Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children.
Habuoral and Hoop Skirts,
HAZIER* AND GLOVES,
of every variety, amoog which are
ALEXANDEIVB BIM BUCK MITTS,
BOOTS, suozs, & Rusukus,
Among whieWare the Arctic Rubber, a new and
very nice mach). - '
DRY GOODS, ac
Our facilities for BUYING. 600D8 are UN
SURPASSED by any in this aectloni and we
wish it understood that
We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by
- quality- of• Goode considered, whatever others
may say about it, and in proof of this we ask an
INE,AkiINA3'/ON , 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 PULL 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
One Price and Ready Pay,
*lila is steadily growing in favor.
We tender oar thanks to the citizens of Tioga
Co., who have patronized no and would respect,
fully invite those who have never done so to tall
and see as. Store opposite the Dickinson House
on Market Street, three doors west of the corner,
and two doors east of Hungerford's Bank.
SMITH t WAITE,
*wain, N. Y., Jam 1, 1866.
MUFFS 1 MUMS! 1 MUFFS 11 I
nelitstent Excelslos Muff can be obtained ots.
"tin - BULLARD'S.
Wellsboro, Jaz.l ,1868.
IeLARGE STOCK of PERFUMERY and
TAN BEE NOTIONS, for sale by P. R.
itams, No. 3 Union Block, Wellaboro, Pa.
i Selling Off
At Reduced PriCes,
AT J. R. BOWEN'S.
Jan. 10, 1866
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION haying
been granted to the undersigned upon the
estate of George W. Meek, late of Weatfield, de
ceased, ell persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to wake immediate payment., and those
having claims against the same wilt present them
NANCY A. MACK,
JAMES KING. 2d,
Jan. 31, 1866-6 w.
WELLSBOIO, TIOGA COUNTY, PENN'A.
MESSRS. 11010 tt WARRING having .
LTA: associated themselves together for the par.
pose of carrying on the manufacture of
are now prepared to AR all orders for •
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES,. MAN.
' TELS, TABLE TOPS, &c. &a,
with dispatch. and in the but style. Rutland,
and Italian Marble worked to order.
It is oar intention to do a leading busines; in
Tioga County. Orders solicited, and all.work
warranted. to give satisfaction.
P. C. HOIG,
Jiin. 1,188 d. A. S. WAHRTNG.
imo CONSUMPTIVITS.—The advertiser, having been
L restored to health in a few week& by 14 very straph,
rowdy ; after having suffered for several pears with a
severe lung affection and that dread diseass,Coaanmp•
'this---la anxious id- make known to his fellow-sufferers
the means of care.
To all who desire it, he will son 3 a copy of the pre
scription used, free of charge, with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sure care for Consumption, d aims. firenchitie. Coughs
and Colds, and all throat and lung affection,. The only
object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription it
to benefit the afflicted and spread Information which he
conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every safferer
will try his remedy, as it will coat them nothing and
may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the preseription,
Fars, by return mail, will please address Rev. ED.
WARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kirtga CO. N.Y.
[Jan. 31. '613-Iy.]
TARRORS OP YOUTH.—A Gentleman who suffered
kj for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the
oho of suffering humanity, send free to all who need
it, the recipe and directions for making the simple rem
edy by which he WAS. marts]. Sufferers wishing to profit
by, the advertiser's tzpericnce can do so by addressing
JOHN B. OODEN,I3 Chambers-St.,ZI.Y.
Jan. 31, T6-Iy.
'PHI; CONPESdIONS & EXPERIENCE OF AN IN
TALlD.—Publiabcti for the benefit and ea* caution
to young men and others. who suffer from Nervous De- -
Linty, Premature Dec-ay of 3lanbood, &c., supplying at
the same time the means of self•cnre. By one who has
cured himself after undergoing considerable quackery,
By enclosing a postpaid addressed envelope, single cop
ies, free of charge. may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL I.IAYFAIR, Esq . Brooklyn, /tinge Co
N. Y. [jan. 31.716474
STRANGH, Bin TRUL—Every young lady and gen ,
tleatuan in the United States can hear something to
their advantage by return mail (free of charge) by ad•
dressing the undersigned. Those baring fears of being
humbugged will please oblige by not noticing this cart.
All others will please address their obedient servant,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN
Jan. 31, 'B6-Iy. &31 Broadway, New York.
FOR LICE on Catth and Horses, harmless to
animals, but death to lice. Mix it with an
equal quantity of water when it is applied. Sold
at - ROY'S DRUG , STORE,
Jan, 17, 18116. Wellaboro, Pa.
NEW MEAT MARKET
WM. TOWNS D, Aaiurr.
Wholesale sad Retail Dealer is
..PORK, HAMS. AND GRO
FRESH- BEEF, MUTTON, BUTTER, Ac
Shop one Door South of Smith's Laarthilos
We"'labor°, Jan. 1, 1866-tf. - -
TO THE PUBLIO.
NOW PREPARSD to qiimuttione
I at my establishment inDeerrlield,
- PLAIN AND FANCY FLANNELS,
to order, either by the piece or quantity, to a❑
customers. „ JOSEPH LNGHAM
Knoxville, Jan, 1, 1868.
TIOGI ERRE WORKS.
CALKINS & CONKLIN, Propriatari
(late Cole and Calltma)
MR. CONKLIN haveng had large ex
perience in some of the best Marble Shop
in the country in the artistic part of this busine,
the proprietors are now prepared to execute OTtlai 1
for TOMB STONES, of all kinds, and MONU
MENTS of either
RUTLAND OR ITALIAN MARBLE,
in the most workmanlike manner, and with du
patch, They will keep the beat quality of liar
ble, of both kinds named, constantly on hand.
Stones diseolored with rust and dirt cleansed
and made to look as good as new.
Mr. Harvey Adams, of Charleston, is our au
thorised Agent.„ and all contracts made with bin
will-be valid. Customers can contract for work
wtb him at shop prices.
Tioga Jan. 1, 181313-Iy.
PER YEAR 1 We want agents ectri
flilliasoo where to sell our txracrvaz $1.4) oeo
ing Machines. Three new kinds. Upper and Ar‘itr
feed. Warranted tive years. Above salary or large , %x
missions paid. The only machines sold in the L'eard
States fur less than $4O, which are fYtlq Licensed
Howe, Wheeler di Wthon , Grocer elk Riker, .Singh'
Cb., and Bacheldtr. All other cheap machines are
fringements, and the seller or user are liable to an,',
fine, and imprisonnient. Circulars free.. Address, or
upon Shaw di Clark, Biddeford, itsine.
• go LyyO.N.T H
w . a u ntal i t ss ii.r o
Gaitka, City Building, Biddeford, Maine.
I AM SELLING OFF
[y Stock of Goods
leirrL Ppit c.praiT. LOWER
THAN THIRTY DAYS AGO.
"ASV - SEE! - 161
Weather°, Tait. 1, 1866. 0. BIILLARD'_
WifDow aLaas a Punt fia 12 18 ° 12 s*
t:P. Withanui' Drag Stara.
Puny WINDOW GLASS at
ROY'S DRUG; STOII
?IRE GINGER at
ROY'S DRUG STORE