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5 rit IgAt trot 4.
WEDNESDAY JULY. 24,480..
Ologsburg & earnt4roseviota.
SOO a Nail , 5L5 p
gol• • " ...... 530 p milideommoilattou;lo 15 it
L. H. SHATTUCK, Stipl.
in.furriace Agency—Wl3..H. Smith.
Niger Orgautt--1,„13,' p01,e11.. 1 • ,
i tva IDEUranCe—Wm. H. Smith.
:coo -Angell. , ,
Trustee Notice.—J. I. Mitchell. -
otice-1, E. Bpebe,Seeretary,
-PletureE—W. Ca mel, Troia - - •
REV. E. P. HAlratoNn, the celbratied
„„i iEt , preached it a /4110,1elpgrep.tign_ in
Presbyterian Church in this village, Sunday
Mr. llantsuondds Imre QII ft, viait to hik
n uns, and remains but a few days. Be-sails
.; the Holy Land this week.
To COMM'S. " 14/144.9 .
;Er Day Dream," owing tht . mantier-of itikberi
- F° 4 P ed
into this oilleerwit too lite for ,patb
-1,,,t,5a during the heated term. It will appeet
1,-liver, next " heat."
7ew Darig'S .I)ratata" Le fairlor captain,.
erron itrbythm and rhyme. These migiiiii;reit
ti:ed, but we hare not time to do it.
iVe understand the Normal music
in session of Mansfield, will give two
-Isd concerts, one of aiSealis and one of .ificretl
on Thursday Ilind - Fridayerveldage d of next
„A, prngrammes of whICI2 'will 'appear in , our
SOLDIERS' C(.4 eiNTION.--We have
i ptt, from many districts, to the , agent" that
be a full representation on Friday. It
sot possible to give ail 411e-reptiets4r, full.
The delegates for Tioga
. township are Lieuta.
illttison and Prntsman. For the Borongb, Col.
irtiefelin and H. F. Gartatirm. The clerk of
t itefection sends us a list of liienly new naniel3
die call. as follows: • ,
sergeant F. H. Garretson, Berg. J. J. 'Cady, B.
i Borden, Benj. Dobb, MEM: Dobb, Col. B. G.
rctieGlin, Lieut. 11. D. Calkings; Chas. Padgett;
Ectene 'Herring, Marcus Cline, John Cline, Lieut.
rn Pickering, Lieut. Hiram Pickeriug, Lieut.
\ Edwards, Henry Watts, W. G.: Jobnsum, C.
Jansion, E. A. Johnston, Capt. Hugh Mc
F r Middlebury—J. A. Fletcher, Benj. Potter
Delmar—Capt. Wm. Chafe, D. L. Deane.
IV4iboro—Maj. W. A. Nichols, Captain J. H.
ro6SED BY A BIILI1)111' WaS
reale of a little exciteme taut Monday eve
caused by a rumor that William Dickinson,
Rtt bUtt of MA.T.ohn Dickinson, living a mile
t 0 ,,, the village`, had been teased by a,
tm, ecd Eevoreli if not fatally injured. ...Extrav
i.,l,t rumors prevailed, but the facie, we are glad
,tate, did not warrant theta. '
It appear_ thatthat the young man went into the
Edd to drive home the cows, when he was attack-
L, In the rear by the bull, which, up to that m(;—
,eh:, was supp..sed to be perfectly txactable-L—.
the first notice given to William was a toss in the
air, atter which he remembers nothing up to the
:.toe he was carried into the house. His injuries
rote severe,beinfr in,Mle nature of bruises chiefly,
and a gash above the right temple. It was a nar
ro w escape &bin death.
METHODIST PaZikelfEas' 4ac-R,TJAY
,EN'S ASSOCIATION.—Tbis important association
.1 preachers and laymen will bold its session in
rillagei July 31 and August 1. Dr. LARY,'
Edit or of the Northern Christian Adrocate, Dr.
LUSEILET, President of the Genesee College, and
Rev . . Mr. WILBOR, Treasurer of the College, - have
iromiseci to be present; a fact' which will lend
additional interest to_tlie occasion. Dr... Lore will
allress the Associaticepou the subject - of Home
Mosons. The attendance will doubtless be large,
acci the transactions of the ) Association ,of unu
fprt of the celebration at Blosabarg bu
The officers of the day were ' -
President, William Butler; Reader, H. W. Hul
SENP.Y ALLEN, Esq., of-Mansfield, delivered -a
.r.e oration, which was listened to with great at—
Rama by a large 'nasernblY. The rain in the
Arttoon drove the people to take shelter under
■mega and elsewhere, but everybody was in
The Morris Run brass band was present, and
widen much to the enjoyment of the day. • After
:te oration, the Thudleers, &company of rentate—
under the lead of a skillful captain, paraded
I. o went through various comical evolutions,
Tlth which the crowd was Melly delighted.
This was followed by a chase for a greased pig,
stack race, and climbing a greased pole, all of
'tech is reported toluvrepasseßtfe-tiatisfactorily.
Eut sot the least creditable fact attendant upon
:Le celebration, was the perfect sobriety and con-
Nuent good order whieb prevailed.. The 131oss;
tz:gers may .well be proud of it.
THE WEATIEME.—We are in the midst
a heated term. For ten' sudorific days and
ate , even the richest of our citizens have
itovm what it , to !wear dewy iselOttgtalthiie
ach a, have labored have been almost washed
""1. Only the lean and lank have had the heart
mile: the obese, panting, like the belt. for
'uttntig ,creams in the midst of running etteatue.
' , vat tutu/tent/aces suggestive oflong 'prayers foi
breath of fresh air.
Wt du not rejoice in fat ; yet have we antlered
111 , 1‘t. 'Rah all. Bitting ,here, jotting down
crEq t sor& f.r want of better, our eyes sting as
jua out rf a surf barb. e4d'tbe• perspiration
`Opt dawn tie pen into the ink, giving the latter
I.L In p l easatlepallcif. 'Ws. *stet help but , thirric it
1 , ,u1d be a capital time fur repentant prodigala to
vrlte their stern " perieuts"; bee/wee r do, you
iee, It Ir nexi to impossible'for one`to write with
ietttnpaall great swest7dropa upon.tle papw..
id then bony deposits look precisely likeiteart;
— }er.itential leers, it you please; for there con—
Lr.t L e much difference bet Ween one drop of braelt-
eater and another.
It it not possible that by this sweating process
te inner Individual may come to the surface awl'
t teetotally exhaled, like the Morning di`W ? It
at likely.' is the stditute against "sweeti
it( the ears nor, c'itcdge rills 4kf eo e 6
trs peLcoL, For only au hour ago we drew forth
Postal to pay for a steel pen, and the thing wet
through and through before we could pass It over
e . .uoter. We swallow ice -wafer, and it issues
frotri every pore scalding but. Therefore is ma_ n
a furnace? It looks likely.
And then the dust. Not a drop of rain fur tea
dale, say, and every footfall .}ticking, tap nlich
duet! It falls everywhere ; tin - your just washed
tends, and to ! mad ! It sticks to your dewy
face, and behold, a reminiscence of the bays of
dot Pies. It gets up your nostrils,
tay that dust is not to be sneezed at ?
Looki ng at it i n thi s light, wis feel an wooden
, f pity for Campbell's Last Man. Think of that
L'1 ,0 3 , individual, apostrophizing the sun as he
gads chin deep in the accumulated dust of the
f lee! Imagine the. expiring winds piling this
nan-dust in gray drifts, a grim feast Car eitatui r ,
Bo we bless the North Pole. It is tea bletlalta
DA; PRATT, of the Corning Journal,'
celetir' &tea the fifteenth year of that paper under
415 editorehip,in &graphic review of the progreaa
Or the cortntry daring that_period. • When be
auok charge of the Journal it . 17f!!" a "Silver
Gray" orgun, but the Doctor, being a "Woolly
Read," soon trained its tone to radical utterances,
in which it has abounded ever since. Only ones
the, Doctor fell from grace—when he undertook to
defend Thurlow Weed. But we forgive him, just
as we forgive men who voted for Pierce and Bu
,, I clonal].
The Journal, under the ;Motor's manttgemont,
has !boootiatt one of the host country papers in the
North. Locally it is superior to moat. Our vtish
for him is - tbat he may live to make-a daily edi—
tion and finally; retire worth a million. - •
WHAT' A STRANGER SAW.—T h. VALES, Wheaccompanied Mr. CRAM*, the orator
of the Fourth at this place, has written a graphic
account of what be saw and beard in- our midst
on that pccasion. It makes oyez a ooluind in the
lmira Advertiser, but is worth copying in full.—
. Ns'4 omit to eofy;it,l6.falij however. npt regally
'to eomeof !JO 4 6 . 4 ,"f ne i,/
what sensitive. -
After paying a handsome compiirntlytt-to,.the
tdiotter, he Cloies with the followitioolaillin6t.
to Wellsboio and the °minty:
One fact is worth rioting. During, eay
not one drunken linen did we see, eitliough the ,
'to*4 would Member .2500. No fighting. No,
disturbance of any kind. All civil and well be;
hayed. Another thing we noticed,—rneneatly
painted and blinded' country schoolhouses
along oar journey. - 24 1 . 1 9Aear New Yorkers, won't
you please build some new school h'onses T Onts
throughout the country are ao shabby."
assure Dr. Pratt that Mr. Wales is not a
new hand at newspaper writing: He is an old
and 'popular 44#44,11.,'
. . .
THE MAHAIAINEEI.—GocIey brings us
a splendid engravini—" The Toilet of Death"—
being the scene preparatory to tit, excel:Jaen of
Charlotte Corday. Its fashion plate is superb,
and its patteims all that the housewife can ask.
The August number of the Lady's Friend"
fully gestalt's the high, standing of this maga
sine. " Harvest Time" is , a suggestive picture on
steel, the fashion plate is double, the patterns gib*
merous and varied, and the letterptessl4o4 ae
usual. Either or both of . ..these navel* may
be had o f Hugh Young, at the boOkatore,-Ifirelle
The Pennsylvania School Journal for
August appears in a neat new dress., and much
improved in appearance. Do our teachers and
School Directors take the Journal It is an in ,
_valuable aid to the educator, and at its price—st
per annum—copse within the roach of everybody.
'Address : " Pub. Selma Jo:mm.l; 4 : Lancaster, Pa.
DENTISTRY.—A visit - to the dental rooms of our
friend Eastman the other day, convinced ue of
the fact that be is doing a good ,business. His
specimens exhibit good taste, while his experi
ence and energy cannot fail. to insure him a lib.
eral patronage. He cleans, fill - sr and extraels
teeth in a superior • manner, and inserts any style
of plate desired. People wishifig, to preserve
their natural teeth, sbourd remember that "delays'
- SELLING OFF AT COsT,.—ln order to close up my
business, I am now selling off toy stock of 'milli
nery goods nt cost for cash.
All persons indebted to me will please call and
settle at•obee. PAULLNA,SSIITII.,
Welleboro, July 25, 1866.
Me4sts.i NASt AND AtTEBBACH, bf
Blosb,bnrg are daily in reoeipt of tents' new fur
gooda from New York. They employ a
fint vntler Red 'fitter, and lave their cloth
ing made up AG the most aubstan'tial manner.
1,000 Excelsior fruit jars.
1,000 Lyman fruit jars.
1,000 Buckeye fruit jars. •
, The three best styles made, now ready, at re
dueed rates. 'De not purditase übtil you have ex
unlined them at W.. B. atones $0,411
July 1.3-2 t Addison,
In Mansfield, on the Ist instant, by the Rev. G.
P. Watrous. Mr: HERVEY 0. ,POtERS 410: Miss
PRISCILLA L. Woon, bath of Sullivan.
In Covington, on the 3d instazd,,by the same,
Mr. DELINes •P. WHITEHBAD and .Miss
-BEERS, both of Tioga.
In Fall Brook, an the 17th instant, by James
heron, Esq., Mr. TITUS DRAINSPIELP and Miss
MARTHA WHITCOMB, both of Fall Brook.
On the 14th inst., by Rev. J. F. Calkins, at the
residence of - the-bride's parents;:*rvOSELS: FRED,
ERICK YAIIN and MASS'....MATIT AiSa Stan, both of
On the 4th instant, at Tioga,' by 'ltev. ,
A. .11 - ; 'LA . -
In Jackson; nly 19, by Rev.. Levi Stone, Mr
CALVIN 114X/lOND, of Micidlehiry, and Idles . Elf
Ys A. STONE, daughter of , ;the officiating - elergy
"VSTRAY.—Fourid trespassinitipon the streeti
X 4 of this borough, on or about the 20th just:,
A RED k, WHITE ROAN COW, tray 12 years
old. The owner is requested to come lorward
and pay fine And:coEte; and take her away.
Wellsboro, July 25,'66. M. 11.' COBB, Burg:
SCRATCH! SCRATCH! SCRATCH!
WHEATON'S :OINTMENT -
Will cure the itch in 48 Hours.
Also cares t3A LT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHILBLAINS,
and all ERUPTIONS Of TILE SKIN. Price 50 cents.—
For sale by all druggists . By sending GO cents to
trEEKS k POTTER, Sole Agents, ITO Washington St.
Itoeton, it will be forwarded by Mail free of postage,
to any part of the United States.
.Irene 0,0366. lip. notice ly.
Tor )01£RICAN COOZING 's_ , ro'rE is Manufactured with
certain improvements, accused by letters patchy under
dates of May 5, 1863, and December 5, 1865. One of
these improvements covers the arrangeMent of fittings.
portableash panic the „hearth of a cooßlog stove, to
receive the ashes as it passes down from the gratW. All
persons are cautioned against manufacturing, vending
or using other stoves made in imitation of the Amen
can, as suits have been commenced for infringement of
these patents; and all personamanufacturing, selling
or using said imitations, will be liable fur damages for
infringement on these letters patent.
SHEAR, PACKARD & CO.
17 and 19 Green street, Albany. N. Y.
The AllCeiciF is for sale by .WILLI All ROBERTS,
TV/3A ORS OF YOUTIL-1, Oentleilian .etlifered
Id for years itclurNervolia - Debility, Pionniiure Derier
and all the effects of youthful Indiscretion, will, for the
sake of suffering humanity, send free to 'all who need
it. the recipe and direLtlons for making the simple lent
edy by which lie was cui ed. is offerers wi.hing to profit
by the advertiser's experience can, tie so, adiireasin . 4
JOON 13. OGDEN, 13 Obettiherssit.,3if
Jan. 31,'88-I,y. ,
TBE CONFESSIONS & EXPERIENCE OF AN IN
VALlD.—Puldishgtfor,the benefit apd as-a caution
M young men and others, who sutler from Nervous De
bility, Premature Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at
the same time the means of self-cure By one who has
curokidutssif after undergoing considerable quackery.
By kTeßed rig a postpaid *addressed tiv4.lpe, single cop
ies. free of charge-may be bad of the author.
' NATIIANIEL.M.A.XFAIR, Esq.,Drooklyn, Kings-Co
N. Y. pan. 31. '65-Iy.l
T o CONSUMPTIVES. — Tha advertiser, having been
restored to health In a feW weeks by a very tamp%
randy, after having suffered for several yearn with a
'A:mere Jung affection and that dread disease. Consump,
tion—ls anxious to make known 'to his fellow-enfferera
the means of rare
. . . .
To all who desire it. ho gill send a copy of the pre-
scription used, free of charge, with the directions for
preparing and using the same. which they wilt find a
sure cure for Consumption, Asthma. Bronchitis. Coughs
and Colds. and all throat and lung affections' The only
object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is
to benefit the afflicted and spread information which ho
Corr,etwes to to involuelle. and he hopes c,ery sufferer
will try his remedy. as it will cost them nothing and
may proce.n blessing Parties wishing the prescription.
yen, by return mail. will please address Key. ED
WARD A .4 ,;, a m.,, 1:11;, .
L.lan. 31. 'fifi—ly.l
0 THANGE, BUT TRUE.—Er 3. young' lady and gen
° Orman in the United 8 bites I '
n hear something to
their advantage by return mail ee of charge) by ad 7,
dressing tbe undemigned Thosediarlng fears of befog
hnnibugged will please oblige by not noticing this card
All others will please address their obedient H servant,
11108 F CAPMAN.
Jan 31, 'B6-ly 831 Broadway, New York .-
John A. Roy,
MEDICINES, :CHEMICALS, '•• sogs,
- ITRFIIMERY, GLASS, PUTTY, ,
' OILS, PAINTS, VARNISHES,
PEE WINE & 11111110118
FOR MEDICAL i'UR'OBEB.
All Selected with great care, Wiriagald to'bJr,
laß S T•01,-A,S S T L,E,S,
bought in' each quantities that they- can al
- ways Ilia sold at • - •
'THE LOWEST AtAittET Pittcßs.
* Ifigr' Quality 144 ilLe first importance in med.
.icine. . .
Or' Pricee reduced to sakttheAaarket
Thalia are the m.ottoeii.at
DRUGS, , MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
DYES, & COLORINO MATERIATLS
is without doubt the !eclat completelo3ll.tAsinsive
to bf t found in this part _of the. State. ,
DYERS & WOOLEN FACTORIES
SUPPLIED WITH 1541E-YitODS
BY TH,E CASK; AT
.i,VßicrEs;, ; F
The stock or glass is, also datentike j toshorising .
Window glass, all sires,
French glass for 'Pictures,: _
Mirror glass plates for .old frames)
Flint glassware for the table—,- „
Such as Goblets, Tumblers, Cream Pitchers;
Spoon-Holders, &e., Lamps, lamp
in fact, it is itupossiblo to enumerate. All sorts
of articles made of Cilass,and sold at Drug stores,
can be, found at Roy's: - •
_Roy'rstock of Akre Witils and Liquors for Me
dicinal purposee Waiting been known to theliby
sieians of. this. county .. IheseLiquotiir4 of tb,
purest add best quality; selected with greet cam
and' exprthiely for medical use. Perfumery awl
Scaps.of,all kinds, .
SODA & QUA.* TARTAR, SALERA-:
•TUS, GINGER, NUTMEGS, SPICES;
qx.O . VES,
WRITING-PAPER; INK, PENS, PEN
FANCY GOOD:S. , 3
a pure and reliable article, perfectly safe to use.
Lasts much longer than the'peOrer qualities. It
will be sold at 134's as eheap as the cheapest.
carefally and accurately compounded from pure
and reliable medicinee., pr- Orders
promptly attended to. • „
To Vw.:FAIDLE Eft.S.OF f hb A 'OI3bITY
WOOD'S PRIZE. MOWER ancVainf-
BINED MOWER and REAPER,
ViANHFACTHRED at Hoosick Falls, N. Y.,
.011 fur gigot() all who may want a good relia
ble Machine. - ,
These machines' ar - e 4- atAiiiiiiiir - 4` fitiii r ligtout the
county, as being the beet in USS: A shall keep an
assortment of '
• JOINTED BAR MAG'HIN.ES, <
which have !atoll. bean pulite.° we. A'so of She
stiff bar. A good assortment of guards and other
,fix,t,nres constantly Amid: • - Price• ofleinted
bar machines; - $llO. !Cheiepet: ,than they. have
over before been offered to the public.,
-641 GAR. RILL, Agent; Corns
E. J. PURPLE, Agent, Wellsboro, Pa.
- -qv ells.boro,:Jentie27;:.olll6e-41 =-
New Firm and Nevi Goods.
J. R. BO I N EN & CO.,
• I (latej. R. Bowen,)
The undersigned, having- fornil-0244artn —'
- • in the tumant&le.htethule,
Are now receiving ia l ohNthe York a fine stock
"''DRY GOODS AND •- GRODERIES,I'• •
BOOTS AND SHOES, FIATS •
" AND; CAPS,. &-O:: • AG.:. -
ask particular attention to our afock,of
ae we shall sell theta very mach cheap* than het
WE SMALL SELL GOODS
THE MARKET WILL AFFORD...FO R
No. 1 Union Block, Wellsboro r Fa.
July 4, 1866. J.R. BOsyEti . & CO.,
R. BOWEN. " aIOWLiND.
A PYINT WHICH ALL PHYSICIANS AGREE.
—Out of• tan thousand. regular physicians you,
cannot find one-who:will not say- that edistulatats%
and iavigorents are absolutely necessary in medi
cal Practice.- - Mid yet in' bygone years hirinaes•
practitioners have hesitated to administer theM,'
because the fiendish ingenuity of wretches who
make merchandise of human infirmities, _had so'
polluted - and deteriorated them that the remedy
was dietned as dangerous as the disease. Thin
perplexity - 1i happily!duniaway with- Physicians
know, because the first analytical chemists of the
age have demonstrated the fact, that HOSTET
TER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH•BITTERS
are absolutely and entirely free from all perni
dim elements: Hence they have
- been introduced,
into the United States army,, and are accepted,
whereon the testimony of the wise, the intelli
gent and the philanthropic is rated at its just
value, as the best protective against and cure for
all diseases arising from;;irnpurity in the air,or
other unhealthy climate that has ever
been tested by experience. In cases ofaDyspep.:
• sin and Liver Complaint, we state,. without quail....
}leaden or reservation, that the Bitters are as
nearly infallible as anything prepared by batman
skill can he. jy4
w ILLOUGHBY A LYMAN'S
AT WHOLESALE AND 'RETAiL,,
• . W. D. TERBELL & CO.
Corning, May 30,'66-3m
TT A 24 NOW OFFERING BARGAINS IN
Fn &h . TFilitss
P 18 4,44.iitag1•g?.,1 : , ,
Melan . gg
?T ~t •
~~ : ~ , s .
u4l.l.tui) , i
• " Blat~k'Si~ks,'
, srking , Coaluigs, .
'l x }.
- Kentii6ky - Jet,}#§,
I invite the:4l,rentiotr o f s it buyers of_
dry Aoßde to any, new *toes.; lusturitiwoora
that I intend to give tieut the NIL vabae ob
their ifinney,OUd'aleS h Bond eesortesent'of
Slew and seasonable goods to select from
AprinsitlB6B. l =- Coluints, N. Y.
''.'7'3IPitINVIIPIIISB - .
PILES OFN . EW GOODS AT LAW
RENCEVILLE, AT GREATLY
-take pleasure in announcing to the public gen
erally that they have just returned from New York
with the largest and most deairablestock of Goods
in Tioga County. We have a full line of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHS
AND cabslmp.p,4‘s, HATS ,LCAP,S
BOOTS ,t SHOES, GROCERIES,
Ready /U 4 41 0 t 1 illgi a* !RONK
TAILORTNfi n ,
ittperintended by a first-class Cutter.
In„fiMt, we have a complete assortment of all
that _hi new and desirable. We-ate determined
so take the lead in Low Pai n ts for the Spring of
• DM. "
• 'COME AND 'SEE
To see is to be "convinced;" and tOlookwill,Cost
We extend thanks for former liberal patronage,
aid only ask .tikat Xho fgimids of low -priests omit
stdaillwofits Vill'at'otir saiisfyi
themselves, that Lawrencevillo is the .place to
bulGoods right. ' • ' • -- •
INDUSTAY MUST .PROSPER?
Boots, Shoes, Leather 4. sndings.
CAEO. 0. DERBY,
fIALNG bought tles to good-wiltnd ott t
:Asa* lloX6,”Pftoittinue the saunaat the staniklately
occupied by them. Good custom -.work; made ttecirder
and warrantet4-Milt, be- the first -thing ID order at hie
shop; but special attention Will also be given ' to keeping
up a good stock-of _
:LEATO-ER ,FINNY FINDINGS Susth ae
SOLE and UPPER, LININGS, BIND
INGt PEGS, THREAD, NAILS;
LASTS, AWLS, :IV AX, &c.;
and, in a general- way', the various tixin's .nsindly , kept
At a findiugattop,: , ;
Cash paid for HIDES, sante, MTh and rum ; and Par
-Ocular attention given to the purchase of veal and dea
con skins, for which the highest market price will be
Itsramme-done promptly and-welL
• - GEO, O..DERBY.
" • • - • •,•
Having sold ,the ithek.' fn trade ia ticaittletill of the
business lately .contlactett, by ns to Mr. Derby, ir_e cor
dially recomthhhd tifin to Our old , eastthriers, as a good
workman, and a square-d u et man.
C k OEO. W. SEARS.
Wellaboro, May 2,1866.
WhitAeyville Wool Coding and I
Cheese Box 'factory ! -
RE firm of Avery Whitney having been
dissolttal hp, mutual o6pscut, the boainesa
will hereafter be condnoteifby the subscriber.'
I have- punhased a Double Doffer, thirty inch
p A'lt DING MA.CHINE,.
capable.of .carding 500 pouncls of , wooliu twenty
four hours. So I can safely promise tp card Wool_
Aisles as it cameo in,-and people will have to,
weit:for,theit,rells.„ , ,
MARVINMr. we4 anl. feveribli
known to the people of this region, has heen,on
gaged:to run the machine. ;
rain also prep.arcd to.lnake. „
. taorder and ou short 'notice. Dairymen will
please take notice.
N.ILIRN IN G DONE TO _ORDER AND
SAWED SHINGLES •
always on hand.
I intend to do work so well and so promptly,
that People will wake nothing by going away
from home to get their work done - .
A. H. AVERY.
Whitneyville, May 16, 1866-tt
I , t
,Thoitias liarden 9
WOULD respectfully inform the inhabitants
iry; of Tioga County, that he is now receiving
.great additiops lOUs otociviiiiMerchandiartwhich
Le offers at si'im6tiadian6e Fo m cost. Efisstoct
consists in part of
SHAWLS, CLOAKS, DRESS GOODS,
BROAD CLOTHS; CASSIRERES, LADIES'
CLOTHS, TWEEDS, SATTINETTS,
I,,suitable for men anelboys wear:
TABLE LINENS,' NAPKINS. TOWELLING;
'ABLE 13E.tvgAbs. ;
, AND OIL CLOTHS; ' RIBBONS,
BLONES, HOSIERY, VEILS
Amcnigst the Doinesfic Goods will be found a
grata variety of Brown Mullins, at prices from Is
to 24 per yard. .BleAchedl Sheeting§ and 'Shirt.
-ins Denims and Tickings at various prices. .
.Aso a great variety of READY MADE
•- •-,t i• , r , r'
. , Agir- Pleaie call and see for yourselves . : •
June 12, ISM.
~ THOS. HARDEN.
II A TS, CAPS tRIINE.B - i :TRAVELING
BAG:Srb *BREI:LA S;
than atany other store in the country.
nverslfedy to - go there and examine the assort.
meat of - "
C. S. Mather & Co.
C. S. MAIHRRIA CD
Lawrinceville, Apr. 25-,- 1866. - -
of various stylesdnacolors,
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
A NEW STORE OF _THE BEST
READY -MADR OLOTIIING
and a fine assortment of
GENT'S' FURNISAiNG - GOOPS
fately been opened._
ilia talk is, that at said store cloodi3 are salitig
AT HIS NEW' CLOTHING SWIM
under"the - Agitator Printing Office
A s Next doofto Roy's Drug Store
Weitsboro, June, 13, 1.£466,
'Wellsboro Wool Carding Machine.
RAN -ma pat this establishment in drat-rate
order, and secured the services of an expe
rienced workman, we are now prepared to card
wool into rolls to order, with promptness and
The machines are operated by steam power, and
persons bringing whel from a distance may de
pend upon having their work done as early as pos
sible, in its turn. JACOB HILTBOLD.
Welleboro, June 6, 1888,-tf
STAND FROM ENDER.
~...?::-)1...t,i,.*- , S! T,;,:
THE "CORNERS" OF MOH Ffi,IOES,
ARE NOW ROUNDING OFF 1
4;; ; -A
EVERY THING DOWN,
TO OORRESPOND WITH
W. R. Smith's S -ns,
ADDISON, N. Y.,
The old and_reliaple
- . - PECFLES' STORE,
In Splendid shape to Bedell everybody
FRESH STOCK OF-GOODS NOW AR
RIVING AT THE SLAUGHTER-
To soe is - to be ootivisoed that you
CANNOT DO BETTER.
Put an eye over on the Local Column for the
Figures won't Lie.
NOTICH BOW THEY ROE,
Who hold large Stocks of \ds at
. 'i ' High 'Prices. • '
CAN YOU DO BETTER ?
(not if we know ourselves,)
Than to buy your Goods of
ADDISON, N. Y., March 14, 1866.
",,,-; 1 i_ ;..i...
II M I • NMI
W. R. SMITH'S SONS
T. L. BALDWIN & CO.,
Respectfully inform their customers and Mends,
that having entirely sold out their old stock of
At Auction. They have replaced them with a
new end well selected lot of
De INES, OHALLIES, PRINTS,
.11.,BACEIBD - AND BROWN MUSLINS,
READY - MADE 011,0T81itG,
LINEN COATS, BATS AND CAPS,
LADIES' HATS TRIMMED AND
BOOTS &, SNOBS,
WALL AND WINDOW PAPER,
RARDWIRR & TINWARE.
Our stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
is large and complete; rind we would most re
spectfully call your attention top '
QUALITY AND PRICE
FLOUR, SALT AND NAILS,
we keep on hand at all times and will be sold at
prices to defy competition.
YOUR BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS,
GRAIN, &c., &c.,,
Is as good as the CASE to us at their market
T. L. BALDWIN ..t CO
TIOGA, May 16, 1866-1 y
THE THIRD LOT
New Spring Goods,
JUST RECEIVED AT
VAN NAM & WHIM'S,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
and well selected stock, of goods, which
we are selling very
LOW FOR CASH OR READY PAY.
Good yard wide sheeting for ..
Heavy yard wide sheetinifor
Standard prints from
OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION
We' also keep constantly on ha4d a choice
GROCERIES, FLOUR, PORN, &0.,
At very low figures
WOTILD announce to the citisena of Wellabo
r. and surroundin g country, that he has
op e ned a shop on the corner of Water and Crof
ton streets, fur the purpose of manufacturin g all
REPAIRING AND TURNING DONE
to order. COFFINS of all kinds furnished on
short notice. All work done promptly and war
ranted. Wellsboro, June 27, 1888.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION having
been granted to the undersigned on the es
tate of Albert G. Herrick and Martha Ann Her
rick, late of Lawrence, deceased, all indebted are
required to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against the same will present them
to JOSEPH GUILE, Adm'r.
Lawrencerille, June 27, 1866.
GOLD received on deposite, for which certifi
cates will be issued, bearing interest in gad.
E. W. CLARK t CO, Bankers,
No 35 south Third street, Phila.
SAVE THE FURS AND WOOLENS !--moth..
killing packets for sale at
June 27,1866. - ROY'S DRUG STORE.
XTOTICE.—AII , persons indebted to Jerome
1.11 Smith, are requested to eall and settle im
mediately, and sale coats. July 11, 1266.
Cash Paid for Wool.
WRIGHT & BAILEY.
Welleboro, June 13, 1866.
14 to 20"
May 30, 1866