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WEDNESDAY AUG. ),‘ 18e4)
The Rztrn Tribune.
Look oat for Squalle—Bullard & Truman
Life and Times of Sheardowu.
County Poor House!
The Right Rev. Bishop LEE, of Del
aware, preached in St. ,IPaairs Episcopal Church
lett Thursday evening, to a large congregation.
The rite of confirmation was administered to
three persona. Bishop Lee was assisted by Rev.
Mr. Barrows, of Mansfield.
ACCIDENT.7-We learn from the Corn
ing Journal that John T. Wood, of BlOssburg,
felt on the track of the Tioga road, near that vil
lage, last Friday night, and was crushed to death.
He was an employee of the company; a faithful,
industrious and worthy young man.
PERSONAL.--Cadet NATHAN NILES,
of the Annapolis Naval Academy, -is at home on
a visit. He looks well, and we are glad to learn
from disinterested authority that ho prom iseito
graduate with honors. May he live to win the
stars and stripes of an Admiral.
THAT " BLF.cAtED BABY."—We were
in error:, in several respects, in our notice of the
baby which was left with Mr. S. K. Cliaila6firlin,
cf Middlebury, not of, Chatham, not long ago.—
We mistook the initiele of Mr. C.'s name, bie res
idence, and, worse than all, we called the baby a
boy. It is a girl, and we ask its pardon for call
ing it a boy. Boys'are of small account and not
worth raising, commonly. But girls—al—girls
are just the sweetest of creatures, especially all
the way up from six months to sixteen,yaars.
UNION Pic-Nic.—The Su tiday Schools
of this village united in a basket piC-nic in Dick
inson's grove on the 18th, and were favored with
a beautiful day and plossant time. About 250
children and teachers were present. The Wells
boro Band were en the ground and acquitted
,credpably,_ much to the alloy
meet of all concerned;•- Thetartves-amitbsuidance
of the good things of life and a healthy appetite
seemed vouchsafed to all. It was one of the most
sensible affairs we ever participated in ; there be
ing no detention of the little Mike to hear speech
es. On arriving on the ground the schools as
sembled and sang several Sunday School hymns,
after which the children betook themselves to the
strintre and other amusements provided. Noth
ing occurred to mar the enjoyment of the occasion.
[Norr.—This notice was intended for last week's
paper, but was mislaid and not prat in type.]
CORREcTION.—In our notice) of the
Mansfield Normal , Sehool two weeks ago, we fell
into au error as respects the graduating' ) dam—
We stated that it alone, of all the State Schools,
graduated a class. This was true in part, as at
the time we received the information no other
class had passed the ordeal- Since that time the
class at Millersville has been graduated, having
passed a creditable exaininatinn. The,Manslield
graduating class was the larger of the two. We
snake the correction very. -ebeerfulLy, expressing
the hope that the Mansfield School 'miry -continue
to lead the Normal Schools of 'the State while
education shall remain both useful and ornamen
MAIL DEPREDATOR ARRESTED.—Do-.
ring the past two mouths losies of valuable let
ters, passing through the mail§ between Towanda
and Canton, Bradford county, Pa., had become
to numerous that confidence was being lost
that mode of transmitting money. Letters ad
dressed to H. I. Scott, revenue collector, were
more particularly disturbed. The attention of
Dr. Humphrey, Special Agent of the Poet Office
Department, having been directed to thenaetter,
that efficient officer, after perfecting tome nuns,
nary previous arrangements, succeeded, on the
14th instant, in fastening the depredations upon
Mrs. Sally phaapell, wife of the Postmaster at
West Franklin. , The most positive evidences of
guilt were found in her possession, among others
the contents of certain letters mailed that day by
Dr. Humphrey himself., 3irS. Cheapoll was taken
before Esquire Bogart, of Towanda, who held her
to bail in the sum of $3,000 for her appearance at
the \:text term of the 11. S. District Court.
Nil little credit is due to Dr. Humphrey for the
manner in which be conducted the 'investigation
of this case; and the result shows the importance
of having men of ability and experiecce in placei
of responsibility and trust. If the Post OtEci
Department eonsult l e its own and the public in
terest, it will not interfere with officers of this
Two PICTURES.—" Can you tell me
where I can get a goad, serviceable boys" writee
We know of many boys, dear sir, but whether,
soy of them come up to your standard or not we
There are several grades of boys. One is rep
resented by abrightepoush-eyad i healthy, active
fellow. You see him in the street and pronounce
him "a smart boy."_ However, when you have
tried him, you will find that he has nothing to
learn, in his own belief. He was born with all
kinds of knowledge and cannot be improved. Ile
spend4is evenings in idleness, and acorns booki
and newspapers. If you, ()is?. him advantages,
he will coolly neglect them and think you a slow
old coach. He cannot tell you anything about
the European war, or the "situation" in this
country, or the'geography of his native county.,
But he is posted on the merits of the horse—that
noble animal of the dogs—those noble animals.
—and he can tell you all obuut the d'oings in the
corner grocery up:to ten o'clock of the night pre..
VilalF. He does not trouble himself about the
means of living and doing good, but he can swilp
'solves, and occasionally drink a glass of beer.—
He loves his pillow, especially in the morning;
but if there is any 011111.1reitaiqe iannot sleep al
ter daylight. Probalili that boy would not suit
There is another boy, the type of another class,
now - nearly or quite eitinct. :Me can speak of
him only from recollection. We saw him once . -
years ago. He.was not proutinentAktbe street,
and was never alluded to as a fast boy, or a tough
sate. He was rather slow. in fact;.- spending Pia
evenings with books and papers, generally, and
his days at vatic,. He knew all, attout the geogra-
Phy and topography of his native county, but
Could not tell you anything about the last dog
fight. He actually lived to see the advanced age
of thirteen tvithontgoing a-courting of any yen.
erable damsel of twelve. He wait foollih enor t gh
to boy books instead of beer, and clothes instead
of candy. /313 he grew up, and actually lived to
Le Sixteen without having been :heard of ut the
corner grocery. No doubt this was his naisfor
tane,•tiot his fault. We never beard that. ,he was
witty on the street corners, or smart iu doubtful
Company. He was so reckless of his health as to
rite at five and retire at nine; and no doubt this
accounts fur his disappearance front the stage of
Do you think this,boy would suit-you. -friend ?
e regret that we cannot put' you on hiktrail. It
is not improbable that he has passed into the ob
livion of the Do•Ao.
Peterson's Magazine, as usual,itilbrds
a great doat of importenrinfoimation end
att refuting at a low price. Ice patterns for Sap=
Umber are very Sna
IV; MnsS MEETING.—Notw tb slf3n
ding file ki - hori and notice -- giietf of. 'the
Man' Meeting of last Friday, and in spite , of the
rain and unusual sold which rendered the dayiic
clement up to three o'clock in the afternoon, the
attendance was large, and the occasion of im
mense benefit to our citizens. The rain was co
pious and the mud omnipresent; but through it
all came the thousands, intent upon hearing the
good words of freedom preached.
The failure of Gov. Hamilton, of Texas, to
reach us per appointment, was a great disap
pointment, as his speech before the Texas-Conven
tion, published in -the Agitator some weeks ago,
had aroused an intense interest in the man among
our people. But severe illneis 'prevented his
coming, and the explanation made by Gen. Cam
eron was perfectly Satisfactory.
The Convention assembled at two P. M., in the
Court House, but found the room so crammed
that it was not possible to do business. A motion
to adjourn to the Public Square to heartbo speak
ers was carried by a storm of " ayes," and thither
the crowd poured.
Here, gathered about the stand, were some 2000
people, listening to the stirring music discoursed
by the Tioga Cornet Band, - which was early on
the ground, and acquitted itself to the delight of
everybinty. • Presently came the speakers,. Hons.
SIMON CAllsook, and L. W. Hank, Speaker of the
State Senate. Mr. Seymour, President of the
Convention, then introduced Gen. Cameron, who
said that he would not make a speech, but leave
that to, his friend, Mr. Hall. He sphke briefly
and pointedly of the duty we all owed the coun
try, the dangers which threatened us as a nation,
and the promise which beckoned all good citizens
onward to duty; and closed with a highly com
plimentary allusiori to the thrift, intelligence, and
incorruptible integrity of the people of Tioga, as
evidenced in their agricultural progress, their
habits of thought, and their unflinching fidelity
to the cause of freedom. He then closed by in
troducing Hon. L. W. Hall-
Perhaps the highest compliment we can pay
Mr. Haire speech will be to say, that before he
had spoken thirty minutes, the crowd had forgot
ten their disappointment at notiearing Governor
Hamilton, and were thoroughly under. the influ
ence of the speaker. We cannot pretend to give
even a sketch of the speech. He gave a graphic
account of the condition of the country, prior to
the rebellion, and came down with rapid step to
the issues of the hour. The ap-iittriee,-:vai-tre
quent and enthusiastic, and dhe speech was one of
the most effective we ever heard from the stump.
Senator Hall uses plain Saxon, and is most happy
in his illustrations. The crowd, like all intelli.
gent crowds", was reticent when he began, but
soon became intensely interested. At close of
his speech he called for three cheers for Geary,
Steve Wilson, and the entire ticket, which was
most boisterously responded to. nice cheers
were then given for the distinguished speakers,
and the meeting broke up in meet excellent ion
Altogether it was a good time, and we' can pro
mise our friends several more of the same
before the 9th day of October.
At the house of the bride's father, August 20th.'
by Rec. W. Statham, Mr. Thomas D. Mateh . and
slim Alice Russel, both of Gaines, Tioga gm, Pa.
[Accompanying the foregoing noticewas a box
of samples of the wedding feast. Also a beautiful
bouquet, for all of which we are grateful. May
the pair find their path laid amid pleasant places.
At the-p*fiotntgeoin-Charlesten, August 21, by
Rev. Charles Week. JOHN lIA 7 I. (iT
Miry, and Miis-it - errrifastises, of Chatham. -
In Middlebury, August 26, by Thomas Rae
-heft; Mr.- - 11' '41.1111
- -2t*,.A7-t••••_• •
John A. Roy,
PERFUMERY, GLASS, PUTTY,
OILS, PAINTS, VARNISHES,
. DYES, COLORING .
• - MATERIALS;
PERENHS _& LIQUORS
-Al! 'Bel-acted with great care, warranted to be
and bought in anal quantities that they ca n
THE LOWEST MARkET,PIaM.
Quality is fbe first importance in med
Oil - Prices rcduaatt . to suit,The market.
Theo are the mottoes at
ROY'S DRUG STORE:
Always call befOre - y 9""u purchase elsowliare
' DYES. & COLORING .MATERI ALS -
is without doubt the - ilea complet,e and eiteubive
• , .to be fowl in thib parrot the State: -
DYERS 4 WOOLEN -FACTORIES
SUPPLIED WITH DiE:WCiptS
BY THE A y ; ,
NV HOLFiS A .
- PRICES. ,
The stock of glass is also extensive. comprising'
Window glass, all sizes,
,French glass for Pictures,
t• • iditror'ilass plateefar;:ola .fritues,% - o
Flint glassware for the table—
Isuch us Gaidellt a -TuAblers, Cream Pitchers,
Spoon-Holders, &0., Lamps, Lamp
Chitnneya r Lantern 4:4lass,„
in fact, it Is impossiblo ld'enumeritti.* 'All sorts
of articles made-of Wafts and sold at Drug stores
can' be found at 1 -- 4 -
Roy's stock of pure Wines and Liquors for Me
-dieinal purposes has long; been known to the pity
skians of this county. These Liquors are of the
puroet. and best quality, selected with greatcale,
abd, expressly for medical use. Perfumery and
Soaps of all kinds, - -
SODA-&' CREAM - TARTAR, SALERA
TUS, GINGER, NUTMEGS, SPICES,
, 'CLOVES; PEPPER,
WRITING PAPER, INK, PENS, PEN
'OILS, YANKEE NOTIONS AND
a . pure and relleble article, perfectly safe - to - nee.
Lasts much longer than the poorer qualities. It
will be sold at liny's as eheap as the cheapest.--
carefully and accurately compounded from pure
-and reliable modioirieu.- Orders- by pail
promptly attended to.
J. L. WILLIAMS. it CO.,
TARE this method of announcing to the citi
zens of Blossburg and surrounding country
that they have opened a store at the above place
for the sale of pure. .
Mal g ZZ)20221,112A
Liquors of all kinds. Paints, Oils, Brushes, Lamp,
Coal Oil, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Extracts
of all kinds, Fancy Articles, Yankee Notions, &c.
carefully put up at all times.
-We ask an inspection of our goods . , assuring the
public tbat , we cannot be undersold in the county.
Everything aerially kept in a Drug Store will al.
ways be found at this establishment. _ Satisfaction
guaranteed in all cases. . Remember the place,
Main Street opposite the Post Office,
- 'WILLIAMS ecia.
WE HAVE NOW ON 'HAND A
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT DP
At the People's Store, , Corning, N. Y.
adapted to tire - wants 'of'alk' O'lasses;tan'a •Tiasrge
laid in for a good stock jusi - befoi'e Ike late• ad
vaiice in New York, we are - now—enabled to-sell
most of our gouda
•f"4` - 0 4 % 4:kg _
te y r0a;,7,7-, ytA .
st : 1 4 2 . ; ge
. _ •
, LADIES' 81117.45
and the finest line of
.FRENCH MUSLINS'AND ORGANDIES
ever offered-in - this market. We also ham; race
assoitaaiisrof . - ;- - - . 4e -
in cloth,and Bilk , to wij,..ch we invite theattentiou
of Aiiiiie„,," , Per stockOf
for men's and boy's wear, is kep!veryinktrand
CLOTHING 11.A."DE TO' ORDER,
on short notice and inAlle latest style
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts,
, of every variety.
ALPACA'S, POPLINS, DeLAINES,4
JEANS, COTrON.ADES, SiIEET-
'Our facilities9or iltrYING.' GOODS are UN:.
SURPASSED by any in this section, and we
wish it undexstosni that_ _ . ,
We-4 iniend to be UNDERSOLD by
any: J" ,
We tender our thanks to the citizens of Tioga
.00., who_have putronized. as and would
....llyArreite-those who have never dOne s o to call
and see us: Store opposite the 'Dickinson House
qtr iag t, three doors west or die' corner,
I&CW9 4.00rd..08t.9&-YEP,g,:1540 33415'
Corning, N. Y., June 27, 1866. , •
Importaht to Soldiers.
111111 E bill to :equalize bounties has become . a
J_ law. The following is an, '4inarysir...bf itN
proilefong: " " t? •
L. • $l.OO to three years' men who se:viott-theli;
2. $lOO to" three years' Anew' discharged bi
reason of -wounds received servide. -- - -
$lOO to the widow, minor
_children, or pa.
...... pained; of any' in soldier
I who died,of wounds oidiseale . 'eiaftifelgiu set- ,
sso' to each soldier not i'pluded in tfie fore
enlisiedibr 'two yetiis 4 oi-tnore,
atid.dischatge'd after serving tiioYeers:
- 5. $5O to every soldier enlisted for two years,
and discharged by reason. of_wonadsjeceived
the line of duty. .
6. 450 to the widow, Jce.,.as:abeV . ei '2l every
soldier enlisted fot less than two years, who died
Id service, or'or-Iwounds or diteastr" contracted in
the arjr.47. •
No:additional benrity is allowed' to three years'
met who have received, or have heretofore been'
entftled to receive, more than $lOO national bonii
ty, and none to two years' men, who have re
calved, or are. entitled to" mare than $5O. Tt . i - „,
'Law only applies to hcii3oriibly diselio.Ygi3d soldiers
OF The leteiwar, and to none .who have sold or
transfetrf r id theif discharges or rights to - bounty.
The. undersigned - will attend - promptly to - the
oelleptionv of all such claims, at reasonable rates.
-Wherti. parties reside at a' distance,. the ,Inisiness
-ma); be done by letter. 'Address
, • ' Claim Agent'. '
August 15, 1866.
A TEAR by any one . with
$2 ; 00- Ztincel NO experience nece
sary. The ' fiesidttita,.. Cashiers; aind Treasurers of- 3
Banks indorse the circular. 'Sent free-with samples.—
Address the American Stencil Tool Works, Springfield,
1%,ir1.11_ ONTAN A SILVER'POVVIAIR,---Ari4fitirely new
invention for silver plating articles of brass, sop
_per, Gentian silver, bronze, and for renewing and pol
-i.hing silver and silver platedsvare. be de-1r . .,
ble in every household, store and workshop, as by its
use silver-plated ware, whose plating is worn off. can be
restored to Ira original beauty. and ail articles of Ina
copper, &c, can be instantaneously silver plated at a tr . '.
fling expense, and can be kept permanently silvered by
au occasionalppplicat4m, sold at ROY'S drug stole.
ÜBILATE.—A new book for the choir, siziE-
O ing school and conventions, by L. 0. Em ,r
-'son, the most popular composer of the day. Sin
gle copies; $1 38, or $l2 per dozen. For sale by
LANG it WHITE.
Mansfield, Aug. 15, 1868.-4 t
TCONFESSIONS. & 'EXPERIENCE by AN IN
VALID.,--Pdblished for the bane& t and as a caution
to young men and others, who sna'er from Nervous be
"bllity, Premature Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at
-the same time tho means of self-cure. By ono who has.
oared himself after undergoing considerable quackery.
By enclosing a postpaid addressed envelope, single cop
'es, free of charge, may be had of the author. -
EATE,SIB, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings Co
[jam 51.'864y."1 '
1 !' ''' - ' :-9 'iiiolit ;4; " PEiltsl'A :
Rcapectfolly inform 'their etudomers and friends,
that haring entirely sold out.their obi stock of
At-Auction : - Thep - hare replaced them with
new and well selected lot of
De LA I N ES, °HALL LES,
BLEACHED 'IND- BROWN MIIST..IM,
READY. BADE " CLOTHING, :.
LINEN -cPAT§.. P A R
LADIES!, ITATO.T.RIMIktgp AND
PLAIN; pAitlylf WARP, •
TtOiAS A ArStreiS, i.
WALL AND :WINDOW PAPER,
,j l2k ,
GROCERIES Aral itROVISIONS
ye would most re
13is l a rgp and comply V 3,; 4, 1 1., 0i , t
'edtftdif,l'aill your attelltion: t
wo keep 'mi. V 444011401 be sold at
pikes to defy : compe - Aii;ktir, ,
YOUR BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS,
laps good al,tfia,PASll..ta gaf at glai£ market
value, • - • -
- - ,
7, - T. IVei'LOWITsT CO.
TIOGA, May 16, 186fil1y
New... Firm atrid New Goods
J. R. BOWEN di CO.; -
(late J. R. Bowen,)
The under'signed, having . foitned Ice.OFitiitnership
iu the mercantile business,
Aro now receiving room New York a.fine amok of
. • -
- 5).R1 GOODS AND GROCERIES,'
.. BOOTS AND,
• AND CAPS&O, &C.
ask,partioularattontioa $o oar stock of
LADIES', OAITERS;•,„ • •
es we shall sail them aarytanah cheaper-than last
WE SHALL- SELL 900 PS AS CHEAP AS
- - 1 ; arEAHr:PAY:: ;7*
Nur I Union, Bleek, - uWeilshortr, FEL ?
duly 4, 148 1 . bolint , -&'66.' -
J. R. BOWEN. • HaVrj.. , 24tip.,
WELLSBORO I II
GENERAL :POLICY AGENT FOR
/4' . 118804.
y me „ . N, t; • *it - 000,000
.2E;I, ' '" 2,000;000' '3,500,43*
Phenta;...: ............- 1,000 000 5,000,006
North' Ar,,Art.,46; bilad'ii, 1,000)0411' ' ‘ :- 7#l l ooo
Putilasr7 " ' " ' 'BO4OO
rurmCie Mutual', - Nliddla .
Wyoming, ....200 ' 000
L'yceming Mutual:Mal:WY; Pa
Attitunl, Lancaster, Pa 1 ".1.
Glodm Mutual; Life, N: Y-- City; ....... 600,000
Travelerz' Accidental, - Hartford, 500,000
Equitdble Lire'Ae'suranoe s,cCeietY;:"' -
Non-Hazardous, Hozazdeue, ft Ott
aedous Risks taken at reaannatdo.ratee.."Pnlicies -
Issued, and all-Losses adjusted-at this Oke.
- - W. H. SMITH, Wellshoro'iTa.
July 26, 1866.—tf, - -
GENERAL wholesale agent for the Celebrated
PATENT PLATE PIANOS, manufactured
by DECKER BROS., OHICKERING .t SON'S
PIANOS,' HAINES BRO'S PIANOS,: MASON
HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS, and Treat,
Linsley & Co's Melodeons.
Orders froth dealers and Teachers especially
solicited. Address, L. B. POWELL,
July 20 118 Penna Avenue, SOrtinton,
receiiid w dopoiitro, for ,Which cortfli-
IX elates will ivvialuod, bearink' interest, in gold.
E. W. CLAIM & 00,Datilters,
sairth Third strait, Phila.
ir Au NOW OFFERING BARGAINS IN
i ~ _
,trench - 64.40a1u9t "
41 ' !I tiaidASlldai,li'
Pit/01 3 611 .Cheness
esfsiT 7..,5tt. fit)0,41,3
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r mititg !Alit
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I invite - tho 4tttention o f all buys s of
dry goods to my 'new 'itoek ; asiuring hem
that I intend to give tiles:a:the full value of
their money; and also a good assortment of
new and seasonable goodi - to select from. =
AfriClB, 1866. '1
44 , _.44v... - .•
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De La Lames. ,
„.., -- sr
,_. -Sun Umibmll4Bs
' `Sa~gn~~; -
t"...1; .4 i jrt
STAND FROM ENDER.
THE °CORNERS" OF HIGH PRICES,
ARE NOW ROUNDING OFF!
71 41 f:
WIRY THING DOWN,
TO OORRESPOND WITH
IkV..*. Smith's Sons,
The old and reliable
In Splendid shape to satisly everybody
''' ,2 Nk
FRESH STOCK OF GOODS NOW AR-
RIVING AT THE .SLAUGHTER-
To see is to be convinced that you
CANNOT DO BETTER
Put an eye over on the Local Column for the
4• • /*Possum. Haws..
- 1. • .
Figures won't Lie.
NOTICE HOW THEY HOWL,
Who hold large Stocks of Goods at
t Y %
CAN YOU DO BETTER ?
' (ntiflir 141 lino! olitelvis,)
Than to buy yotir Goods of
W. R. 43MITEL'S SONS.
Aiingoi, N. Y, Nan& 14,186&.
ADDISON, N. Y.,
- . 1-
SPRING OF 1888.
PILES OF NEW GOODS AT LAW
RENCEVILLE, AT GREATLY
C. S. Mather & Co.
take pleasure in announcing to the publio gen
erally that they have just returned from .New York
with the largest and most desirable stock of Goods
in flogs County. We have a full line of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHS
AND CASHMERES, HATS CAPS,
BOOTS .1 SHOES, GROCERIES,
Ready Rlade Clothing, and Custom
superintended by a first-elan Cutter
In fact, we have a complete assortment of all
that is, new and desirable. We are determined
so take the lead in Low PRICES for the spring of
COME AND SEE !
To seals to be "convinced," and to look will cost
We extend thanks for former liberal patronage,
and only ask that the friends of low prices_and
small profits will call at our cofactors and stisfy
themselves, that Lawrenceville is the place to
buy Goods right.
S. MATHER do CO
Lawrenceville, Apr. 1.'5, 1866.
INDUSTRY MUST PROSPER.
Boots, Shoes, Leather 4- Findings.
GEO. 0. DERBY,
H AYING bou:htestT and
lune l ducuiothisoroughby,r)
:firszta Bore," will continue the same at the stand fatal!
occupied by them. Good custom work, made to order
and warranted, will be the first thing in order at this
shop ; but special attention wiil also be given to keeping
up a good stock of
LEATHER AND FINDINGS, Such as
SOLE and UPPER, LININGS, BIND
ING, PEGS, THREAD, NAILS,
LASTS, AWLS, WAX, &e.;
and,in a general way, tho various fun's usually kept
at a finding shop.
Cash paid for MSS. MOs, PELTS and peas ; and par
ticular attention given to the purchase of veal and dee--
con skins, for which the highest market price will be
paid. REPAIELL'IG done promptly and well.
GEO. 0. DERBY.
Having sold the stock in trade and goal-will of tho
business lately conducted by us to Mr. Derby, we cor
dially recommend him to our old customers, as a good
workman, and a square.dealing man.
MIAS. W. OEO. W. SEARS.
Wellsboro, May 2, 1866.
Whitneyville Wool Carding and
Cheese Box Factory!
T HE firm of Avery Whitney baring been
dissolved by mutual consent, the business
will hereafter be conducted by the subscriber.
r have purchased a Double Doffer, thirty inch
capable of carding 500 pounds of wool in twenty
four hours. So I can safely promise to card wool
as fast as it comes in, and people will not have to
wait for their rolls.
- Mr. MARVIN SMITH, well and favorably
known to the people of this rogion, has been en
gaged to run the machine.
I am also prepared to make
to order and on short notice. Dairymen will
please tako notice.
TURNING DONE TO ORDER, AND
always on hand.
I intend CO do work so well and so promptly,
that people will make nothing by going away
from home to , get their work done.
A. 11. AVERY.
Whitneyville, May 18,1868-tf
WOULD respectfully inform the inhabitants
of Tioga County, that he is now receiving
great additions to his stock of Merchandise which
he offers at a small advance from coat. His stock
consists in part of
-SHAWLS, CLOAKS, DRESS GOODS,
of various styles and colors,
BROAD CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, LADIES'
CLOTHS, TWEEDS, SATTMETTS,
suitable for men and boys wear.
TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, TOWELLING,
TABLE SPREADS. CARPETINGS
AND OIL CLOTHS, RIBBONS,
BLONES, HOSIERY, VEILS
Amongst the Domestic Goods will be found a
great variety of Brown Muslins, at prices-from 13
to 2a per yard. - Bleached Shootings and Shirt
inge, Denims and Tickings at various prices.
' Also a great variety of READY MADE
Or' Please call and see for yourselves.
June 12, 1886. THOS. HARDEN.
NEW tLOTRING STORE.
A NEW STORE OF- THE BEST
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, TRAVELING
BAGS, UMBRELLAS, - ;
and a fine assortment of
GENTS' FIIItNISHING GOODS
has lately bean opened.
The (talk is, that at said stare Goods muffling
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. CHEAPER
than at any other store in the country
IT WI-LL PAY
everybody to go there and examine the assort-
AT HIS NEW CLOTHING STORE
ender the Agitator Printing Office.'
Next door to Bore Drug Store
Wellaboro, June, 13, 1866
111OLLAR a SON, Meerschaum manufactu
ir tars, 692 Broadway, near Fourth street, N.
Y. -Wholesale and retail at reduced rates. Pipes
and Holders cut to order and repaired. AlI goods
warranted genuine. Smut stamp for circular.—
Pipes $6 to SS9 each. apl 1 '66
NICROLS' PERUVIAN BARK 85 PROT
OXIDE OF IRON, for sale by
[jan.3l, '645.1 BORDEN BRO'B.,Tioga.