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WEDN.ESDAY OCT. 17, 1866
imnt Sehools--Israel Stone.
Pay 1.11) ---Wm. Townsend.
perm for Sale—F. H. Smith. '
rolph's Cheese Vats—G. W. Avery
spew Powder—Howe A - Stevens.
‘‘,4l. in hie line. His new machines are in
prime nrder and the factory in fall blast.
31r. DAvrn HART i; making a good
improvement in his sture-building front. The
b u dding has been let down from its stilts, and
Lou4-YAriN has put up a neat
d welling on the State road west of the village.
Ita:uburb ought to be called Germantown.
.130DINE'S NEW MILL.—Mr. I. M. Bo-
DINE has got the frame of his new mill up, and
:.tending to complete it with dispatch. This
sill add to the increueing hum of business. -
NEW FIRM.—Mr. L. A. GARDNER, Of
Iradford county, has formed a partnership with
fr. J. D. Jonts, in the grocery and provision
business. SCICenSB to the new firm.-
A FOOLISH CHAP—the trader in
~ill.horo who puts libelous curds into rthe bun
dies of his customers. If his Republican custom
ever return to trade one dime at the counter of
:116 a man, they de.erve to be cheated, as they
are likely to be. It is the work of a - coward with
auwiei in hi. , heart.
PERSONAL.—W.M. GARRETSON, Esq.,
Into of Loge., has opened a taw °Mee in BIOEB
-I,tr,:. Gorretson if , one of the best lawyers
u. Ow county, and cannot fail to attract•a large
pitroau. The public will find him over Cald
c,ir, ,tore. We take much pleasure in commeu
-ILnc hnu to public favor.
BLOSSBURG.—A large and enthusias
-I,c Fenian meeting was held in Blueeburg on the
Ilth tort., evening. The address was by Mr. Mc-
Ii of Philadelpbl,4 e s Roberts Fenian. A
amount of funds Wes raised to further the
ca dse , r Irish nationality.
Dn. PRATT, of the Corning Journal,
chink we are some on puuspk to pies. That
iromum pumpkin. Doctor, will co - hereto about six
d e have eaten wily two dozen of the
•11, and the . pumpkir, is more pumpkin than Cobb,
BLOSS COAL COUPANY.—We take
from the Corning Antrim/ the following handsome
notice of the operations of this new company:
'the new coal company called the Blues
log Otopany. have at. large expense opened their
11,11., and vonatrueted a railroad from Blossburir
t !_ r ,to, It e helieve there are over two thealtaild
tee , .a trestle work on the road. About lorry
puina tent buildings' have Leen erected, and one
hundred 11l tat) IT to be speedily put up. Thu
w user ate tour tulles west of lthet,,hurg, iu nearly
th o opposite direction nom die Morris Run miner
Too company own °ye: four thousand acres o:
LAI4, fureetwand rich in coal. The
partners are Constant Cook, of Bath,
&m} - ‘it Corning, Charles Cook, it
mid John Afoot. of hihrorf. A lea tor,
el the croll wet e broug,ht to this village a day er
to, 1,;;o It i, evidently of excellent quality.—
if e .re itolchted to Sherwood for a halt ton,
I , ll:rt.:DA-C. 00 know it I'm good."
FIZLEDOM OF I•3PLIECI - I.—Last Monday
L ,, „i ng , S.) 11.0.. 6 F. WTI aeontntol
I 1•) . L. IL ILI ITLICK YONKIN:
went to Foll Itrook,at wlliCh
}ifo, 'sVil4on was advertised to speak on the
.0 the day. Arriving there, they were in-
Mr. Brewer, Mi. Inlin M.igee's Super
intendent. thut Mr. Wilson would not he permitted
:peax in Fall Brunk. Upon inquiry, Mr.
declared that Mr. Wilsou's connection
alit the Landlord Law had nothing whatever to
t zertmal of the people to hear , him:
1o! ;hat sr:nib:d
r :A would have 11, , Itepub
',an :needle:, wade in Fall Brook.
Poring this parley a - crowd borrounded the ho
tel ar , i hecame very noisy and riotous, pelting
erne • the parry with rotten eggs, Se. The
try were advised toga home, but refused. This
a,-,rder continued till a late hour.
the morning the party found their wagon
rest. winifietrees, and pole straps musing, and
vt away with the balanetil unmolested. t -
It it a significant fact ghat Fall Brook is the
ni•tnct in 'flog& county which gave a Cop
terhead majority. We believe the rioters and
tiwir leader: belong to the free speech party, or
tt e party which so named itself in 1864.
Iloweter, there must not be a, foot of land in
c,,unty where speaking up i on the issues of
the day is nai freely permitted. Not even Fall
Brook van I.e excepted.
CHARLESTON, Oct. 8, IS6G
(J", Agifoth,:—A late issue of your paper
tttze- the utilityof conatrueting 3 ,railroad from
Arndt Nines" to Wellehoro. Why not urge
Ute e.tit trucbtat of a road direct from Wellaboro
Elthi , a, to cross at or near Tioga 7' I am told
pas.e , through which a road can be con
,trwtPd of c.t-y grade, in less than forty miles
.;t•tt.nee Were that road built, brunches of it
v -u1.3...e0n he taarl, to thermal mines of Babb'
Pine creek", which would make Well,
ht.te. .t it •honld he, the center of the coal
trt ic of ilia county. There are many reasons
Ph` tLi road should he built, and shere is no
rel—p why it cannot. The means are maple,
;mod. of parties intereFted—in WellFboro
and tti ,, nu the route, and in Elmira all
”w York city. The eapitnliete there, who own
and coal lauds in this county, tnust be in.
tcr...tpd in the construction of such n road. Ec
en• farmer is interested in haring a home market
r - orluci4, and also in having facilities
ition t.l and from his home. Will you
tht• matter before the public, and obliee
S Since writing the foregoing, I learn
t the e..iopany owning the Arnot ;nines are
s.nir. dioieolt y about (rani:porting their coal
r the Tioga road. If that is the m.o. we might
.k c:.operation from that quarter. Your..
r...1..r.tt ally. and a Fpeedy connection if the two
thaip. EAST CTIARLESTC.S.
FATAL CASUALTY.—We arc pained to
rn.,,,rd an accident by which Mr Canfield Tyler,
urw of the cnterprisine• and valued citizen,
of Doirnur, lost his life last Wednesday evening.
Mr ler had been in attendance upon the Fair,
fuel can returning home, accompanied bj Mr.
Francis, when, in turning the corner
above Mr. Samuel Dickinson's, ho war, firm* from
th e ;,nd tell between the forward wheel and
tb. •Lan-, The horses took fright, - and in till,
terrible position he trim dragged about 45 nods,
trt leg and martglina him so F hock mg' y
that he died on Saturday morning.
Mr. Tyler cm,,t• t, thi, county last spring, from
Chen:ii;r49 county, N., York, and wa,
wo4.ing Mr_ Francis's farm /A the time of - tbe,ne
, nient He WRY a farmer of the progressive.
'' } '" ol , a good citizen, n kind husband and father.
4 " leaves_ a likrge circle of sympathizing ftiends
to regret his untimely death.—figie.ztor, Oct. Di;
I :OPoitTANT TO DAITOz.72.IEN.---Tllere
"tli ho a meeting of the farmers and citizens of
I larietton, Delmar and Wells.boro, at the ,Coro t
liotoe, 1111 Saturday, the 20th instant, at two P.
.tor the purpo.e of taking the necessary steps
to erect a eizteze_ m Putter factory. A general
attendance is solicited from tit* who Are favor.
able to such an enterprise. - C9 l i•
October 17, .1.888,
Mrs. E; E. KIMMAZIA hasjust received
a splendid new lot of millinery from the citi, at
shop on Main street, one door above the Pres
Attention, Skaters! Citizens 'of this
borough and vicinity are invited to meet -at the
Court HOUEI3, Saturday, Oct. 20; at 7 p. tn., to con
sider the subject of making .% Skating Pond near
In Richmond, on the 7th instant, by Rev: G.
P. Watrous, Mr. S. L. HOTCHKISS, of Richmond,
and Miss ALICE CADY, of Richmond.
In Middlebury, Sept. 30, by Rev. Chas. Weeks,
Mr. Exson Meows., of Middlebury, and Miss
IMOGENE E. HOYT, of Farmington.
In Oxford, N. Y., Sept. 19, by Rev. E. W.Pay
son, Mr. R. L. VAN HORN and lliiss CORNELIA E.
CRuBBUCK, both of Welisboro, Pa.
In Covington, Sept. 20, by Rev. A. J. Han
'more' Mr. H. G. LEVALLEY Mies ELIA BUT
LER, both of Covington.
In Tiogwron ,tbellch instenti by Rev. N. Fel
lowe, 2irt Ai;i:qtr.TNOLD.s, ;Sall ivan,;ang ;Mils
ANNA. liiENti; of Tio r ga. • •
Iu Southpbrt, N. Y., October 10, by Rev, Levi
Stone, ReV, C. A. STONE of Charleston; and Miss
JENNIE BRIGGS, Of Southport; N. Y. -.
At Tiogu, Sept. 11, by Rev. ±..R.WieDerniotid,
Mr. W_ A. TAYLOR, of Delmar, : and MissrJuLtA
11. JACOBS, of Charleston.
In Welisboro, Sept. — P by A. S. Brewster, Esq.,
Mr. R. A. DECDERBEY and Mies MARE FULMER
BON, both of Liberty.
On-the 2d instant , by the same, Mr. GEORGE
GRAHAM and Miss ALMA. TEED, both of Lycom-
In Sullivan; • Sept. 28, ABIGAIL, wife of M.
Bradford Edgetan, after eleven months of• ereFerU
icknese, aged 43 years.
In her death a husband has lost. a dutiful Wife,
and children a kind mother. She entertaineda‘
Christian, hope. _ _
At Tioga. on the Bth Instant, Mr. CHARLES
VAN NAME', in the 16th year of his age.
In Wellshoro, October 11, of typhoid fever,
Mr. M. Bone's, aged 48 years.
ING.TiONE, SPATIN, WIND-GALLS,PAL,MSI, &n.,
i 3, on 'hours, RADICALLY and RERNAIIRRTLY IMED. by
the use of •
Roof's Ringbane and Spavin
This inedieine was established 26 years ago,: and has
never been known to fail, Give it a single trial. For
eale by W. I). T EItBELL & CO., Corning, N.Y..
O. S. Barnes & Co., Agents, New York- 0c17,66,6m
Tae AUCRICSIV COOKING STOVE is manufactured with
certain improvements, secured by letters patent, under
dales of May 5. ISti3, and December 5, 1855. One of
the .° improvements covers the arrangement of fittings,
portable ash pan in the hearth of a cooking stove, to
receive the ashes as it passes down from the grate. All
persons are cautioned against manuthetnring, vending
or using other stoves made in Imitation of the Ameri
can. as suits have been commenced for infringement of
these patents: and all persona manufacturing. selling
or using said imitations, will be liable for damages fur
infringement on these letters patent.
17 and 19 Green street, Albany. N. Y.
The A MERV: 4.. N is for sale by WILLTAMIROBERTS,
Wellsboro jp 13-6rres- •
'MANGE, BUT TRUE.—Every 3 onng lady and gen
tleman in the United Slates can hear something to
OM' :Meaning° by return mail (free of charget by. ad
dressing the undersigned Those haying fears of being
Imulbugeed pill please oblige by not noticing this card
All ..thers will please addi els their obedient servant,
THUS t CHAPMAN.
Jen ril,'66-ly R3l Broadway, Nev. , Yt;rk
TM:RODS 01? YOUTIL—A Gentleman who suffered
jLa for yeara from Nervous Debility, Premature Dei-a'y
and ;ill the effects of youthful indiscretion. will, foi the
sake of suffering humanity, send tree to all, who need
it. the re , ipn and directions for making the 6111100 rem
e.ly by •• Iddi he was cored. Sufferers wishing prollt
by tb, of%i 111 , 01 . e expel ience cin do so by addresning
JDIIN St. OGDEN, 1;t Chambers-?t.. N. Y.
!fel, CONFESsfoNS & EXPERIENCE OF AN IN
. VALlD.—Poblo,lied for the bonefit and no a c.antion
g men and Otkers. who sutler fron t Nen one De
bility. Pt Neat ere Decay of :Manhood, lc.. supplying at
the same time the means of self-rule. Hy one elm has
cured himself after undergoing pamsiderahlo quackery.
Rp enclosing a postpaid addres et] envelop.. single cop.
le , it emu ge. may he.hild of the author.
NATR ANIF.L MAYFAIR, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings Co
N. Y. , • !in°. 31. '65.41y.1
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
WHE ATON'S ODA T DLENT
Will cure the itch in 48 Flours.
Abg, en: 0. SA t.T'ltilkli7l4, ITLOEIIP, CHILBLAINS.
and El: I; fH._ZILL.SIiI ti. Prite ra) eentg.—
For gale by nil drng.gigts. By sending 60 cents to
WEEKS ,t POTTER. Solo Agents.l7o Wasbington St.
,-ton. it will be forwarded by mail, free of postage,
to any part of the United Staten. •
.1n ne b, ISIA sp. notice ly.
NoncE hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration upon the estnteof Datil Wood
field, late of Tioga township, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted
to ,aid e.,t.gto are hereby notified to make imme
diate payment. and
,all - persons - having claims
n4airitt , sizici eetate are , - requeste4i to;;presp:at Ale
With vouchers to us for settlement.
- • c• - • . 'dr) , :::1 1 i...t.183111fH4
B. W. CLARK,
Tiege, Sept. 19, 1866-fig• Ade:l're. .
Farm for Sale.
r - PHE subscriberoffers.his farm for sale,•-hon
-1 raining 100 acrea,,Ao acres of which - tireun
der - good improvement. Good frame.houseihere
on, one and a hillf story high ; also a new frame
barn, 1:0 by .15 feet. A thrifty young nrelmA, of
1 1'1. 1 e pear, and cherry trees, mostly grafted,-100
in ;ill. Well watered by never failing -tiptings:—
Sal.? farm is situated in Delmar - township, on the
road lending from Stony Fork to Pine -creek. For
terms- opply to -rho subscriber, pp. the pipe, or. to
4. L Ensworib, nt the Bingham office,
ALVAN' N. WEBSTER.•
Delmar, August 22, 1.868.—tf
To the Fanners of 'Tiogh, Cdtitty
lAM now latil , !ing at my maunfactpry, laysanF.e
hich pos.eicses the following advantages over another
I It separates oats.- rat litter. and foul seeds, and
clo a, end cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out your w seed, 'and - all
other seeds, pecteetly.
3, It cleat. timOthy seed.
4. it dot. oil other separating regnlied of a milli'.
Thi. mill ie built of the best and inoq durable tint
isr :u good style, and is sold cheap for cash, or pro
1 will fit a patent sieve. for ,eparatiopt oats from
mbe.it, to other milk, on rea3onnble terns.
J. 11. MATHER,
Lawrenceville. October 10, JF(iii-tf • •
ft nr No.
. 4 ± , - .1 . • •.,
Pate/dal Muy IA 1866
f• 111, 1 , an aitiele for washing without rubbing, ex
ript in very dirty places, which will require a very
slicht rub, and unlike other preparations offeredfor a
like pat me,. 0 ILL NtoT TIM CLOTLIT, , , but will leave
trineh WRITER than iirdinary methods, without the
'usual near and tear.
It ramoves grease spots as if by magic. and softens
the dirt by snaking: rn that rinoini will in-ordinary
co, remove-it. - - - •___
This ! seeder Psprepared iu acemilatice with chemical
seieneo. and upon a process pe,aliar 'to itself, which is
secured by Letters Patent. It has been la use f or more
than a yesrouni has pi 04'01 itself an riiiivensaltivjilde
tt hereter it has been - used._
Among the advaid4gen claimed are the tunottiag,
i t rat , all the elpeuse et soap Wimpy used 011 cot
ton and IMO) goods.
It saves wort of the labor of rubbing, and wean and
Al-n. for cluotning stiuthAar.. it is rukturpaqied With
on, qtiai ter !he Inl.or and expense usually requtretl, it
tmpaits a beautiful' ghl.w. lusll3r, much superior to
ate vet lit r mode. .No water required except to moisten
the pov.di.r. -
nitb each package. „
Awl cin ho readily appreciated by a single trial. The
cost of washing or a family of five or ax persons will
tine rXreo4l vanes. CEVM ,
The mann tartnrers -this powder -are aware,thate
man) useletzs caiapounde have logo introduced - td the
public a [eh have rotted the cloth.'or failed 'in retinoc—
int the dirt but knowing the intrinsic excellence of
this article, they confidently proclaim it as being adapt
ed to meet a demand which has lobe; existed, and which
-has Uet.a.ctiore cuusiubdau/supplittL_Miutufactattd by
111/WE 4 STBVIBO4 -
, 260 Broadway, fiiistpa. •
Also, manufacturers of family dye colors. -PolKsale .
by grocers and dealers everywhere.- 0et17;786-3m
4 ' .: ..'; '-!,, f::, - ' , = - , -,, L 1 .% , - -.- L , " ':-'', ij..'
BELLlRL!'4 , l,lilifirig
is the, plitee to' will and natunine zaedr. goods:4;r /1
we cannot csoniiiike:pWr — anistotneis -that•we , .sme
selling at reesopable pries's, time - tit. fry
some of our would be (if they could) competitors.
• • .1, •
We have niiii7.4sll - I:fied iipemplete - asecretmentof
„ ti 11044441 n ckigii;lss
, • •
Prints, Sheetings, Stripes, 'Denim,
and everything in that line. .
is complete - front &et' cisae Abitinses
we have a.coinpliete assortment o . The ladies till
knew how bard 'itlins*been.heretoforab , to obtain
the articles to make their attire ornamental and
complete. . -
NVe - biakciiiljy invite the ladies f.!! some:-and
examine - iitir .4,,
and 'rents' Paper:Collarsi . all sizes,
OUR S6OI .
is 'now complete. 'Eitiy one that batrpatranhed ,
us know that.in'lCeiss. tha L ke t at_paot )10113kire
makin gin the eonntry. Oar Bong are dirsia,—
muted to bewilat - we shaft ierr4seintt them at the
time of sale. Let lumbermen and others requi)—
jug a heavy boot, veil-end examine them.
- - :
This branch of our stock we will notice briefly,
as they tkotafteay.lo,l94-
7 .4:4t7IECA, 7JR.3 "Pin ai lad.)
• `," 11:
FIATS AND CAPS, .
• -•• • 1 , 4 r:c l'r -•
warranted to tit all ihe;leada in,thapeuntry„
they decapitated by executive anillid-itY or not'
• " 111.t.r ,
: -'lll 11•1;1 I,OA it:WE V.l
.; Dal :1)1
j.:T •; .! ',.. ,r ;„ ;
Wii'cati,V itrtiplTltrariltee wiitieOyfflet43, 4 4 l e l
• at the lovfrat Vtisect. . z.O 7
~,C ROC•KE RTY
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10 1_ :11.
Call and examine the beautiful styles th,t we
; ; - k
• i 11 7 ,•
C 1 _:..ice-
Hardware 'and' Oixtgiy, in variety
z; . ; .."1
1 " Let eery porearc game to our store with a feel
ing of being at home. -;NX,I Oars° nothigg for,
• .. arenuly_tou ha2py to show yak du...oode,
- 7 - r ,whethetTon_bny or rtfit y , ~......r .
.:1 :1— - ..; • . /I fr
. ,' 1 1
:litialtkirro;-0436 1 SAW.: r!
Thankful for the liberal patronage of a dis
criminating public in 1 he !past, would respectfully
counties, that they are now receiving from New
announce to the poi,ille ,'d Tioga and adjoining
York a large and well seleettid
STOCK OF GOODS,
adapted to the wants of this community; which
they will sell as usual at the
,TERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES
Having become satisfied that we can, do bet
' i! rf ::1
DUR . CUSTOMERS AND OURSELVES,
by ; doing a ready pay business, we shall continue
to sell our goods on the principle of
SMIAT,L 9,13 I og.
JtEAPTXO , :. .
/ CASSIIVIERES, BROAD CLOTH, SAT
i INET, TWEEDS, FLANNELS,
1 LADIES' CLOTH, &C.,
f r iA DlEs' DRESS GOODS
AND TRIMMINGS„ DUPLEX
ELI PT IC, Ng •
6TITEIR -1- ""
OF HOOP SKIRTS.
....44. 1s S z PA P S,
•• BOOTS AND SAES, GROCER.;
• ERY, &C., &C.
JOBBERS AND OTHERS,
, , r
We ordiallj Te r ylo iono all to ealtancl. see
oar stock hefme pureha , ing elsewhere, as we be-
Mayo you wili race money by so doitq, , . Don't
forget the place,
!a. MTIRE STORIL-','ISTOI 1 UNION i3LOOK:
~,, lir J
- " :;-
NIR. WILLIAM ROBERTS he to,
announce to the citizens of Tinga County,
that in addition to his excellent stock of Stovcs, l
Tin-Ware, Brittanra. and Sheet-Iron Ware, het
g'retienuilay, stocked- his'start"ron ="'
with a eomplera APf Hardware,!
of which we enumerate the following articles: i
MILL,PAND AND - IATCK SAWS,
Burrs. STRAP HINGES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
_ rip 11-§,OREVIS„
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS;
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
f , ;s, I. '
'SPRING MORS-R . BEIOES. HOOP, BAR,
• , AAS I
.; •.. • PORRERS;
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND :
COMBINED. Also. PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGING,
a new thing, and made for use. IMR—pn Tha° are btit
few of the many articles composing our mot*
Our stock, pait of :Dry, 44oOdir,
among *bleb will be:fOund
4 .)F2.ni ‘ I Vg9 I)SC .01131!
A ipug experienectio her tr,ade ices US
iir-wtAqin acippl3.••• , •
We'Moro, Sept: '1?),
Stoves: Stoves ::
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
• We fisvite , the public txreall- And examine for
thelliSelybe.t.t= V iteep.theAteat quality Of
goiliciP4unfiEtta can:Cult 0t0rii.1. 4 .0 -.91 1 1@r: done
promptly and welt. WILLIAM ROfiga4S
Wellaboro, Sopt. 1, 186&-tf
Can be made by every mid, iceman:and child An
this comnty, if they will strictly imihoroc t ;
plan of baying their goods of the well
- 1 .$ I
W. R. Smith's Sons,
i ....: I :
I 1, _
Thousands arid' thottsiande 141.P.oPple_ have al-
randy reaped their retin ' i'd 64htie doing. Eyery
r!R i d ?-•-
I ' •
c0' .. ,:, -- I'l'' .
at the old Reliable Corner, the
J... .. r
' PEOPLW ; STORE,
GRAVE AND IMEOBNANT INFORMA
TION TO CASH BUYERS WHO WISH
TO SPEND THEIR MONEY WHERE
. - THEY - CAN GET THRMOST FOR-IT.
' 1 . 47„ R -RIIIITH'S SONS' system"' of keeping
an enOrmdus stock of goois at all times of the
year, and-selling them cheap—this system so ob
noxiods to big profit stores=is fairly begun for
the Fall eel 3,441400rit0re and such a, year for
doing Reolkir*opiicioreviir:linoititeforir.,-, Cer
tainly thigiLts. de•gnoa rei;on'ter - - sliinaraq.i pri
ces nnwnwe 1,9.0 hied' - enough lirthein aire.,dy.
rim rat atirootage-aoR #4 . :pcittance of, (railing
•t r.,40 . 0 1fi5if.14.143 futribluitiridod: bfr die
lowvi&s = imag4tt
A FE 1R E11t.. - 4414CD -- WO"itilig - FOR THE
FARMER. ;MECHANIC, & PEOPLE
.G .1. .'~
Buy your gm - iris of erradorn which has a hi..
assortment and is selling ten times as many goods'
an 4 of ....enursoTati.s.eitiiiiiii as Ulajli ti ( 9SahObt
per than smprtl eoPeeeng.; WA.gprei.alir.irFkiad
vantages to oili-ousipmers,
ii i i
A FEW OTHER BIG/ ThiVi kFOR THE PRE-
DENT BUYER TO CTNSIDER BEFORE BFEND
, nifICEFIA ti?NEY ; • - i
0. _!3 5%1 j/
Look out for big stores and big rents; big notes
that—all of which is very bad as against W. It.
Sinfths3 L Soos',sittlati,on , Light _expenses and_ no
reflis; nefr"godds at'lfreak down Priee,tiind the
good old motto of small profits. good value and
efuisfk-keteriil *jig; to tb‘bsease- The met
the only true and certain road to fortune for the
aleo/.o 3l .kiktillaY4 to.-Five IliE..4uak°lfiers,Jls we
do. trie . most be enriltOr.ititi (poppy; find drienci
large sales for his profits. Again, our popular
and legitimate system or dealing,buying s,trictly
foAn i siihtit4aYs'inliing- cash on 'han4l. relliddr us
masters of the situation when a drop comes in the
Arevil-'6efor . e' was ihete - such'cr KA.t)l,
ing lot of .goods, at low.priees; as
TV. Sans can.
, 64 0.. t ., f r0m this
Our stock of Pry Goods and Clothing can't be
beat, and no customer who is in the right shape,,
ever leaves the store without buying, and none;
srbr/7A*, they ,sttyvv!ilt. t 4.4trinitan,
t Ett y wciiikruk gloute.tdieit se t. 5!.. e Una p. Ate
BOOTS 'AN SDDES,'HATS AND CAPS
that is kept in the county.. Call, if nothing more
thariqo eeelhe! CREAM GOODS ink I'6(l4n:ions
at,ruinons law sates. ,Tho cottage and palace can
be replenished fora song now, by calling, DIV the
and a thousand other' article's - can be found; and
one wh6 .s'eSthem can•
tie - c - help buying. We
, . .
manufacleie all tl3e - CLO THING we sell. Eyery
... Toll dressed man buys his harness of William R.
mil s Solis: *Vii also malia' 'order:l:Mr Cutter
liiriaiiteti of his':arc; he stands down thelitill for
'hcrmari . 'wha wields ' the shears 'foin livelihood;
'Hig Els MiieThii elbformeri
We keep Pork, Flour and Sall,
always as low oiltiss -thap-cnnticnt rates.
:11, is more_then' ever 'the . 11;:ty of every man
, citacrwoterm to call-here before buying, and. look
through the stock Oftempting goods and bargains,
as no one can imagine or- form any idea how
great a diffeience there le between the prices of
goods bought for cash, and prices of goods else
oughl for notes that are nit paid promptly.
The safest thing for all buyers who want the
._lowe r s[ notch goods, is to, call and get,W.
AMittel , ' 4,04' ; priceS, and LOU around„ in_ your
poelatte to compare. A -great :,,inanY Stores dill
iet the cold shoulder after yon 'the O'er Cc;r
ner„whev4.,thny. work_ for their. customers.
ei r ctikt;:d'inietake , the Place, Ali - it :crccupies
the room of four stores, immediately on the Erie
reilway, end the push is constantly going -on.„ ,
- Gall. „if, for netiring 'more Al?an to seellow we
spike the guns. Yours, trulf,,, t ,- •
Av i - SMITTE ION".
zoiddigoii-AtY44irt 6, 1886;
IsltswP.P o .ol l .!"7/4 c"lerri
~~~ .li:r.Cli.~;,;b: iil,i
Lx at- / "/,
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i 3 O . L ~:.
';;;/ a .I.lWist
J Zit ~
BOOTS "SaitiRQES, FAQ S , I G PS,
are on hand iLnndance,
<<_ ? .i
„ , t.' J
't H. Harrington
t Tarl AS jnet returned from New York with a full
P 1 .assortment of -
SEASONABLK DRY -GIiODS,
GROCERIES, HATS 'AND CAPS,
ift i OTS ANtP l Sfi(t)E,4;" EARWMVAiiE
And everything usualbt found in a country store,
which he is sellii4ectehiter *ran any other store
in the county.
f; H ietAilit'ANi'AgEg'
fief. No charge for sbdwing Goats.
Whitneyvilie; Sept. 2i6irt3ilB.-3m. - !.-
WE I-Lk. - VtiNV ON' ) HA_ND A
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
At the People's Store; Coining, N. V:
Adapted to the wants of all classes; and as we
laid in for a good stock just before the Tote ad
vance in New York, we are' now enabled to sell
most of our goods at about _
We would call especial attention to our large
stock of goods for
+, ii 1:..'1'
F REN Cll SLIN S J&AND ORGANDIES
ever offered in this market. We also have a nice
assortment , or • ••
LADIES' SACQUES, TAIMAS AND
n cloth and silk to which we invite the attention
,r hnyer-. thlir etork of
CLOTHS AND CASSDIERES,
for InHeies!atid boy wear, is kept - very full, and
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
on short notice and in the latest style
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts,
ALIIACAS, POPLINS, DeLAINES,
CILALLIES, SUN UMBRELLAS,
JEANS, COTtONADES, SHEET-
Our facilities for BITTING GOODS are ON
aDRRAASE,D by 11 ny, this section, ited we
wish.„it onSeratooci that _
ire do not inkeiii to t1,ADE.4)501,1:5 by
We tender our thanks to the citizens of" Tioga
Co., who have patronized us and would respect
fullyiinvite tbotil who have sever dupe sip to call
and 'selOus.: Sole opposite the Dierkihson
on Market Street, three doors west of the corner,
and two doors east of Elungerford's Bank.
iTying ! N. Y., June 27, 1566. I .
ANDREW J. TIPPLE, having recently
purchased lifr:*trit, , Toven'send's interest in the
MEAT M.ARKEr T,
Clk. f..i .
would soy to thr citizens of Wellshoro and ricin
imAt*Jho !PH 914441/9‘ thia bu4silifs . ac 8 qld
c .ffttn—gi - virig,hhieniftgitrentider in'tottiptyirlg
the.irulittypC-dg Whlt map fayfit-ihituArithl Their
patronage. 4 ' . 0.5 . ns tantry" on blind
'FRESIi MEATS OF ALL RINDS
Shop °ea Door South of Smith's Law Office
Welleborn, Sopt 26, 1866-tf.
fiartmaies Safety Bridle and Lines.
(Patented November 7, 1865.)
Amon! valu - able n t iticle for till who driVe hor
ses. See "Agriculturist" for March, 1866.
'lteeenimbilded .by Wilkes, of the Spirit of the
Times; Bonner, of the New York Ledger, and
many other celebrated horsemen.
'the subscriber owns the patent for Tioga, Sus
quehanna. and Bradford counties. Individual or
township rights for sale, on favorable terms.
gailliipinakers - who wish to snake the lines for
their customers who buy individual rights, will
be dealt with liberally.
By 'eslight alteration; 'the 'safety lines may be
attached to almost any bridle.
All persons are cautioned. 'against making or
using the bridle or lines, in the counties aforesaid,
without authority from-the undersigned.
ROBERT C. SIMPSON
Wellshoro . , "114070
TOB-WORE, IN--THE BEST STYLE, and
ft/ wati despatch, at THE AGITATOR Office.
; - ‘l .- --• T URN
! Sl t
NEW - YORK PRICES
.-LA I4 . §', §IjITS,
and the finest line gf_
of every variety
wRT , T , SBOROUGFI
on, LIFE it ACCIDENTAL
W. H. SMITH,
GENERAL POLICY AGENT FOR ri.
. 0-A COUNTY, PA.
Cash. Capital. A,,,, t3.
Homo, N. Y.; $11,000,000 $3,580,81 7
Etna,. -2 , 000 , 000 3,806,439
Phenix, ' . 1,000,000 5,000,000
North American, Philad'a, 1,000,000 731,000
Farmeis' Mutual, Middle P0mui... , .....357,402 92
Wy awing, 250,000
Lycoming 3fntnal, Abney, Pa
ColumbitOlutnal, Lancaster, Pa.
Globe Mutual, Life, N. Y. City, 600,000
N.Y. Accidental, 500,000
Travelers' Accidental, Itartford, 500,000
Equitable Life Assuranoe ,Soeiety,,
Neu-Hazardous, Hazardous, and Rxtra-Haz
aedous Risks taken at reasonable rates. Policies
Issued, and all Losses adjusted at this Offieo.
W. H. smrtu, Vi . eilal;oro', Pa.
Juiy 25, 1.5,66.-rtf.
Drugs, Medicines, &c,
J. L. BELDEN & Co.,
BLOSS.B . LT G . , PA. '
lERP constantly on h
r d a 'fine stock of Pura
Drugs, Medicine !, C micals, ao.,
WINES AND 'LIQUORS,
for Medicinal and &Lerma:lntel na.e: also all the
popular Patent Medicines, Paints, Varnishes. Oils,
.te.;all - kinds of brushes, Dye Colors, Dye Woods
and Stuffs, tine Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Pom-
ades, Cosmetics. &et,
STATIONERY, PENS, PENCILS,
" PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
Nlenrornntluin Books, l'ass Books, &,e., Potaell
in ,bnik .eouts per pounit, Korovi-no Oil,
Lamp Oil, Turpentine, Benzine, -
Fresh Oatmeal and Pearl Barley at 10 cts per
pound. We am sole agents - in Blosbourg for Dr.
N. Wearer's Ext. Fireweed, and warrant it to
cure Scrofula, Salt !theme, Feurvy, Pimples 'an
the face, and all diseases arising from impnre
state of the Blood if used according to directiohs.
Partieuiar attention. given to compounding
Physician's and other Prescriptiub,
tee satisfaction; hoth in qualtty and pr; , e.
Remember the Store, opposite tin?. new Coal'
Co's Store. Blossberg, Pa.
Aug. 15, 184513-
Orphans' Conrt Sale
ti pur,uance of nn order of the Orphans' Court
of Tioga county, bearing date tho- 27th day
of - August, 1866, the following described real es—
tate, lafe the property of James Campbell. dee'd t
will be offered at public sole, on the premises, on
the 31st clay of October next, at o'clock p. m.,
A lot of land situatod in the township of Farm
ington in said county: l:ginning at the south—
west corner hereof, it being no :iontht:ast corner
of lot No. S 9 of the alloll4ent of Ilinghrm lauds
in Farmington township afore-aid thenconorth.
degree west, 92.9 rods along ,aid lot No. S 9
thence esot 119.1 rods along lot No 51; the ace
booth, degiee west. 94..;1 rodS :along Ir tNo Sri:.
thence north. 19 degrees west. 9-1. trolly along lot
No 192 thence west 23.2 reds to the place of he
ginning; being lot iNc. SS of said alliitaient, and
containing 115.0 nertts. being part, of warructs Nos
13711 and 1111. Tir , nis carp on conilrugui , n td .
sale. ai.NOCII B. CA:I7I'III.M,
Adui'r Estate of Jar. Campbell,
October 10, I .60..--3w'l
IRE undersh , ned having been appoinliti an
Auditor to distribute money in the hands of
the Adtniab..trator, of tho estate of Royal Rose,
late of Rutland, deeca•cd, trill attend to the tin—
ties of oaid appointment at ht onie.C: in Tioga bo—
rough, on Thursday, the .IStIl day of °ember
next, at ten o'clock a. nit All persons having
claims against said estate, are required to present
lnd prove their claims before the Auditor at that
time, or be debarred Irom coming ;n 1,.r. a shore
of said asset: or lent. F. I.:, 6.11 ITIi.
Tioga, Sept. lit, IS6tl-4cv Auditor.
NEW' FALL -,.GOODSI
,off, NOW t PR t ERD , to show onr usual
DRESS GOODS, CUM'S, SHAWL,
• LADIES CLOTHS, :DALNDIREC •
SKIRTS. DEAVER CLOT -
GA Sql MERTIS,
SHEEP'S GREY CLOTHS-. r KEI I / 4 71V0R I
.JEANS, FLANNET FA-NcT
. ....SHIRTNNQS, PRINTS,
GINGHAMS. MEETINGS, SIHRTINGS
DENIMS STRIPES TIMINGS, .
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, DAN
. - NELLY HOOP SKIRTS,
MENS TAP SOLE CALF ROOTS,
~ DOUBLE "
Youths / ••
Womens Leather Lined Calf Balmor
els, Womens Moroceoßalmorels,
Children's Shoes, all kinds.
All tbiv list of work is of Riehard9on's (of El
mira) make, and warranted in all respects.
My stock of Goods will be fonnti as inviting to
all customers as any in th`e County. Loth as re—
gards Price and Styles. rJo not intend to mako
it. necessary for any of my customers to tilde
elsewhere if I can help it
Corning, Oct. 1, 1866. J. A. PARSONS.
J: L. BELDEN CO