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WEDNESDAY OCT: 24, 1866
New Advertisements; -
Auditor's Notice—J. I. Mitchell.
Iluirdre,,,ing—Dorsey & Johnson.
Election Notice—G. A. Colket.. •
piste•l Ware, Lamps, Jew( try. Foley.
orphans' Court Sale—O. C. r&n.
t.litor's Notices—J. It. Niles
Black,mith and Farrier—J. Milnley.
Csnrt Sale—E,tate of I. M. Rnmsey.
Pouutpand Pension Agency—Smith and Shaw
Election Notice—A. S. Tprner, Cashier.
No Surrender—Hugh Young.
A Strike—H. Golf. •
Guardian's Sale—A. Vandusen.
Administrator's Salt-- J. I. Mitchell.
3. A. Parsons. Corning.
Auction Sale—David Gorrie.
NOTICE TO JURORS.—We are request•
ed to notify the Jurors drawn for the specie'
term of Courin November, that they need not
c ppenr, as the Court wilt not be held, owing to
the inability of Judge Streeter to attend.
PE - RSONA.L. We are glad- to learn
that L. H. Snarrocu, Esq., the efficient Superin
tendent of the Tioga R. - R., had taken up his res
idence in Hlossburg, and is now a citizen of Tin
ge county. It gives -us another good citizen and
Ice business man.
BusiNEss. Messrs. Peet & Smith
have leased the Lee 'Woolen Factory'in . this
acid are prepared to carry un the business
vigorously. They are thorough workmen and .
deserve a very liberal patronage.
BIG DAY'S WORK !—Mr. G. W: -D.
Eastman, of Delmar, now in his 58th year, dog
with a hook, last Saturday,42o bushels of pots
toes ! Besides this he shot oh squirrels and one
weasel ! Young men, when you beat this us
)onr photographs. '
We are obliged to Mr. E. fora peek of the po
tatoeth a splendid simple.
FIRE !—The fine dwelling of Hon. E.
DYER, Covington, was destroyed by fire, with
nearly all its contents, konday.inoruing at 4 o'.
clock. The loss over, insurance reachers4ooo:,
PLOVGITING.—We republish an arti
cle on ploughing on the fourth page of this pa
per, by request of the Agricultural Society's com
mittee on ploughing.- it will, bear reading seve
ral times, for his sensible. .
THE OLD i'SWISS BELL RINGERS.—
TM, troupe are to appear at Mansfield, Thurs
day,. October - 25; Biossburg, Friday evening,
; and Tioga, at the Methodist church, Sat
urday evening, October 27. The troupe cannot
appeal at Wel!shore, owing to their large amount
of luggage, which cannot be moved conveniently
uril..se by railroad routes.
SON'S OF TEMPFsRANC.E.—MetszirS. J.
M. Hamilton, Benjamin Reynolds, and Arthur
Harm, of Coudersport, reprekenting the (hand
Division, instituted a Division of Sons of Tem
per-dace in this village last ,Saturday evening,
under the name and style of " Wellsborough Di
rsion S. el P, No. 30." Twenty charter mem
bers were present, and the following •officers were
eemed and metalled: W. P. Hugh Young; A:
It . P., L. A. Eneworth ; R. S., D. D. Van Allen
A. R. S., G. C. Hinman: F. S., Seymour _Green ;
TTEIL, Thomas Allen ; Chaplaiii,'Rev. J. F. Cal
kws C,M. H. Cobb; A. C., Alonzo ,Mack,; I. S.
E. Eastman; 0. S. Win. Downer,
I.trXt meeting of the Division will be on
Frol.ty evening, Oct. 24, at the Club 110.etu IAtT
the 13.,"It:Aute, at which time emutnitteee will re.
port. ;peed the gel work !
BUTTER AND CHEESE FACTORY. —
We bare received the following report of a pre:
linandry 131 eAtng: to consider the subject of a but
ter and choeso factory, to be cAublisifeal in or
near this borough :
The farmers in the vicinity of Wellsboro titer
hot Saturday at the Court Hoese, to tube into
01:Aeration the building of a butter and cheese
• Ira Johnson. Esq., aas called to the chair,
and W. A. Nichols, Esq., elected Seetetary. A
letter was read from a gentleman residing in the-
State of New York, who is operating a factory. of
lair !crud with great meccas. This *o.entleutn
estiwee the cost of building such afactory at,
i:'5,0141, and that a factory that will'
uee the ni.ll , trout 500 cows will clear a1...v0 all
expenses 4 , 5,000 each season, an average profit of
;Da, on each cow. It is proposed to build a but—
lr and cheese factory near this place, to use the
Wilk of 500 or 700 cows. Messrs. Clark Barlow,
John Dickinson, Samuel Dickinson, Itenjainin
Austin,, Ira Johnson. E. P. Deane, W. P. Shuai.
w.. F and F. D. Donnell, were appointed fo eon
tieir neighborhood - , to learn how
cows could be obtained for the factory,
gthatlemen will report progress at the
suit liieeting, which will be bold at the Court
~ 11 nest Saturday, the instant, at two
•' It is expected as this affsir 19 M 3 nearly rela
ted to the lutereets of the farmers of this vicinity
4!. i tLc public generally, that there IN i:1 be ti - re•
1-ef table attendance."
[lt IL Lc necessary to add a cord of encourage
mect for the prosecution-of this laudable cater
rirbe, we would tiles to add that word. The en
ierpries cannot fail of AIOCCFP, if entered upon
with vigor. Such a factory, if established in ev
ery township in this county, would -enhance the
sgcregate value of real estate not less than $l,-
tovieuti. By ail [neaps, then, let there be a fall
tueeting next Saturday. ED.]
Yormi JIEN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB.-
an udjourned-meeting of this Club,
: held at
tle Union Longue romps, hat Friday evening, it
wto egret,' to adjourn the Clula to meet at the
call of the President, and that the members would
um with citizens, without dietinction of party,
at the Court lionf.e, this (Wednesday) evening,
lich.ber 24. to organize a society for literary pity
-1.0e,. We commend the enterprise as worthy of
f,zeral fa;:or. Lot there be a good attendance.
ELMIP.A.—A few dai - s since we (the
j c ,, lor) paid a brief visit to this city. The
plant were thronged with customers—the
triet`; al streets were being literally tern to pieces
greparstori to sinking sewers end paving. Build
ttere in progress of erection in till parts of
I,he citg . besiden many others undergoing improve
rntec Autong'the many places of note,- We vis
:lel tie Ere and Ear institute of Dr. ttrp Be
Graff. eppoette the Rathbone`Efecote. The Doctor
wetly won the reputatioa which lie bears, us
6 etog nue a the must eitiiiful surgeons in this
cenetry He never travel: for practice, us hit
great covens:: gives hint plenty of itutitrese at
toque. Ac ter Übe instance of his skill, we vouch
for the t4,lJussing statement, hating seen the ta
lcs,: en eN hibitir.ti at the institute :
OVARIOTO3IY.—On Wednesday morn
last. Dr. Up De Graff, attended. by a corps of
tUrginrllb and physicians, proceeded to Dresden,
'Mere they were joined by others. This com
pany. rt prc,Fenting the ablest medical talent this
ratio; of country can boast, then repaited to
the residence of the patient, a snort distance
fro to Dresden, where Dr. Up be Graff, of this
"sty. ably assisted by Dr.. Rice, Atagenseller.
Metcalf. and others, removed the largest ovarian
tumor of which record has been made; having
attained the enormous n-eight of screwy round , ..
110 immense internal growth was of the promo.
I•notrn to surgeons as nruiti/ocribrr,
hods by moans of a vernal° fire inches 1
The plan adopted iu its rsmoval, was
tl,st pursued by our most slicer s , rut ovariotorsirts,
txtept that the pediele severed by itream. of
Olt accro,ur, rendering a ligature unpeeessllrY. —
The operation and all the minutim attending it.
lauded by the physician: , present ne having
[Rea tliu most heroic of its kind, and they unan
untanly accord to Dr. Up De Graff a pre mei
nesee of Atli attained by few in the profession,
a fearlessness unsurpassed, a self-possession truly
wonderful. The condition of the patient at pres
ent is better thun the most sanguine of those
present anticipated, and the prospects of ultimate
recovery gocd.—Elmira Advertiser.
THE JIIBIEEE.—The jubilee meeting
of the Young Men's Republican Club, Jest week
Tuesday evening, was a fit closing up of thec - am4
paign. The Court House was net large enough
to acCommodate the crowd. The ladies (ded
bletis them!) were out in.force, and the - occasion
wan one of unparalleled interest and enjoyment.
The meeting openedlwith a jubilee song, sung by
Dr. Webb, ,and Was followed - by short speeches
from the corps of Republican campaigners.
This was the most sensible celebration . - of sF
great political victory ever held in WellsbOro.—
No 'disorder, no drunkenness; no burning ofiic;ti
der to disturb the peaeo of the defeated foe. We
feel prouder than ever of the Republican party,
,its ,gratitude for success, in a
great moral conflict, as men rejoice in deliverance
frcirn threatened danger.
Thanks to the :Young Men's Club for its .il;4-
lent service in the 'campaign, and in this. its
THE NORMAL .PgßOol...,—W6,4ixect
attention to, a communication on .the: first page
from Professor P. A. Allen, of the Nor--
mat School. The objectamepponed in, the com
munication are impurtaiit, dtit3 e• - c - trust our peo
ple will respond Aenoroasly.:-.
Theialif:aio; good reason why there shenld get
i.eLea cattnet'of natural curiosities - in sTioka , cen
ty, and we hare no place Bo appropriate as the
Normal School building. - .Speeinietts of the shell
rock- of -Ibis region, as well as sections -of native
wcads, should not be forgotten. :Tiii4lortkof the
county. as well as the Entomology, should beTpio
cured. Let us all:Ll:4st in this work.
Protecting the toes of children's shoes from
wear by metal tips, bus proved a most important
and useful invention. But until lately a great
mistakh has been made in applying them chiefly
to the oarser grades of,shoes. For the higher
the cos of the shoe, the more there is saved by
protect pg the toe from wear, which can only be
done by a metal tip., Gel teel metal tipped shims
are now being made :and- aro worn .by the. best
families in the Manufacturers coup not
have conferred a 'greater, public, favor th4l, Sy;
supplying this great want.—Bost6n. Journal.
DENTLSTRY.—You can always lied_ 4 superior
article and a large variety of everything pertain
ing to the-•teeth, at the dental rooms of A. B.
Eastman. And after taking the first premium at
the Fair, we are confident that all • who entrust
their work to his hands will get a prize. • •- a •
Na:w Goons.=-The subscriber has just returned
from New York with the largest and best selected
-tuck of dry goods over brought to this town ut
any one time, which will be sold armucti,reduced
prices. I ran bfler-special bargains in flannels,
full cloths anti cassimeres.. My stock of fancy
and 6tai,ln goodziand family groceries cannot be
equalled. Also large inducements to the-job
trade. See advertisement. N. (TOFF,
In Richmond, Sept. 26, by Rev. W. Beach, Mi.
CHARLES WATROUS, of Gaines, and Miss Imam,:
LA linovvii, of Richmond.
In Mansfield, Oct, 10, by Rev. N. L. Reynolds,
Mr. GEORGE N. Noon, of Sullivan, and Miss HEL
EN A. DAVIS, cf Mansfield.
Tn Maiubburg, Oct 14, by the same, Mr. GE.p,
IV ItArmotin, of Norwalk,Ct , and Mies SAnan
A. Down, of Mainsbutt.
At the same time and place, by the same, Mr.
LAFAYETTE F. Down, of Mainshurg, and Miss
CLARA M. JAQUIsFI, of Richmond.
In Mansfield, Sept. :CO, by the same, Mr.-ELint.
INGALLs, of Covington, and Miss AtrftELlA
Man,fitdd, October 2, by the same, Mr. Jsto„
LoWNSIWP.y, of Richmond, and Miss SALINDA.
AIt:DOE, of Covington.'
In Man, field, October 5, by the same, Mr. A—b
and Miss X—y, both of Mansfield. .
T) rso=noN m. spans, IVMD.OALL.',.. CA.LLIISI, &C
-11 on bore,,. RADICALLY ilud PERNAMENTLY CtRED. by
the. cite Cl
11 , :e f reltingbanc (Fitt! Sjyrriv Core
This medicine was estaliliqheil 25 years ago, and has
never been known to fail. Cove it a single trial. For
sale iiv W. D. ltgliELL & CU.. Corning, N.Y.
D. B. Barnes & Co., Agents, New York. 0c1.7.66,6m
TH E'a nue. election for Directors - tit' tbe Tido
County Bank will be held at itk office on
Zslubilay thu 19th of November. 1866.
A. S. TURNER; Cashier.
DO put want a splendid Morton Pen ? do to
, Auditor's Notice.
11l HE undersigned _baring been appointed an
.Autluta to distribute the hinds in the hands
the :bend' arising 4 . 0114.01e' spl e of, the ieal
I.,ie Hiram Inocho, in the case of A. Er. Cone
vs. Hiram Insehn, will attend to the dillies of his
appointment nt his oifice in Washer°, on Thurs.
day, November 22, at one o'clock P. M.
tte , ober 24, 1266-4 - - Auditor.
T A NiPS.—A new kind d lamp tor Kerosene—,
JLA. brealtego of.;"ohitnneys—et FOLEY'S,_
Blacksmith and- Farrier, ---
OSEPII iTould futur-41 - tbe citiiene
JOSEPII 14: , ‘ &T.,Y Would iufbral the cl,
of We and.iieinity ebet: he has lensed.
the old Mnek stand, ou Water street,
cupied by .I\lr. Batter, where he may be toned
prepared to shoe horses and oxen, and do till
wworkpea ta.tuing to hisbade. ,Ile also is,a ,
[teal }'arrier, and will treat horses for diseaaes.
October 24. 1b66-ti - . .
PLATED WARE—Caiko b a kets, card bask—
et:‘, Castors ; r.ugar bowls, etc., at
NOTICE.—An eleetied for .
are, Treasurer and Secretary' the "flog
hdiiroati Compithy, will be held at the office' crl'
the eliinpu lutleAdyik: 4: 4 -uh f rog 4A , ja
the ett 3 ul Philadelphia, on Monday, the sth day
Jl . November, 1886, botweed' the hours •of 12 be
arid 2 P. M. ' COLKET;
umber 24, 1866-3 w
FObEY has some more, of theoe tine American
watches, at itiu.
.0 Union Block. . • ;
-Hairdressing & .fiarving.
Saloon over Willcox .1.: Barker's - Stoni . , Weile;
torn, PA. 'Particular Attontiqa paid to.,Lac}ies i
hair-eulting,Stiatpoolaz eta,: tlraid§,
Palle. cone, an 1 a vichos ou band and nixidp to or
11. W. DORSET. JOHNSON.;
Bounty and Pension) Agency.
id[Avisti received deffnirePlustruCtiore,in regard to
the extra t,uutfidloweri try, the act approved
July = Irrgoonet having ort baud n large drippy of - all
Lrt.ebe-11 y Ward,: e.t.a prepared to pi ...acute all pen
sion awl tpwritty ..laulta winch way be placed in. our
13 ern: . l't eEt nig at - xi diatodico 1 art courriaUheeadf,
with no by letter, and their. corannuiicatious ho
,proulptly ed . SMITH &
Wtlhbuto.t.R.Auber 24, 1606.
ATTORNEY AND CoUNSELOR AT 'LAW,
and "Insurtuice Agent, Blossbarg, Pa., over•
Caldwelee. Stufe. '
i,Lisous indebted to sUb'ecriber for
rte . ordius. thetrs, i.e., also ott raecuturs; Labli2ll6.•
4eOP3 aud GUSICIIHZIE lialiug unsettled accounts *lib
the ett.l.*cril-er. are booby :wafted to Make - pay:tient of
tlw same I.efore tl,e - ftrst aay 'Of DeCeinber next.
. - ARClLF., l l3.,.liecorder; dc.
' October 2'4, SCC. -
• 7AUCTION SALE - .1
rri HE s u bicribOtr4lllTstnat public auction, at I
hu rcsidtmcoinhair ihruisbip, on Thurs-
No% etobor I, 1566, at ten A. M., the follo%v-: 1
St prr,perty,'to . wit t -
one 'pan or mares, young and • valuable/ lire
start, A 5 sheep, one two year old steer,' fifer
calves, "n 6 colt. 25 'inns of hay, a lot of °kat,:
1,0,•Ln tr.). corn and potatoes, 100 bushels 'of,
choice rinterapples, outiriu tuber Ivagtirt y 'one light
u aeon, and - crttierfarinin. ' tools;
li ve c hips of hoc., a lot of- household goods, con-,
uf chairs, - tables, - tin:
ware, and a lot of small artieles-too numerous 40
mention. Terms made linowo`on the ,day of sate.:
F. D. Bunnell Auctioneer. DAVID "GORR:IE.
Dolma'', October 24, Isti6-26 _
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AWORD TO MY OLD FlRlRtiDaand
the community generally. NO being,a friend
to long - anti Windy advertisensdatireitinetriti- ix
penditureq to the,,Printers, I herewith submit a
condensed stateinedeof facts - aft small - cost, with
the - ttpderktapdhig-lh4t thpourply# capital Rill be
better employed in rpcluclog pFicu of,Gooihi to
. o*i - o'er& '
: -; • • , ' ' ; • ;
j r t My etockiiilifil4nd coiiipte to•inpflY-1111-the
wants of my oltr93O6toiiiirs and nitiiHiy'-iiet ones,
Seth in the,!HeteiliteCJekiTy.ayef fgrathe np.
preaching Fall and 7 1 1 7ipter.. , Haying a splendid
Bio*n and ,131eacheifphdei-;" •
ings and Shirtings,
Bough+ under +he latelowtrioes. 7 ---
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At, . I ,9YA PTiee l 6:ne ;ROI aktk@PW 2l 44.AgfilliA 3 o4
of fine, JP ,0 40.i14-.)e!leTrieeigakenni ) ,;4 ll
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~o . l4pAng jpamx t ay ,
• i , basineel- Aipacalis;*;• . ."
' • • hairs, e..ctiefiltiid;
LADIES' -- CLOTH,
For Street Slie - eisacks arid . Cloatte t and of
Goods adapiedi to Tta6eliag Dresiiii :Sind Capes.
A splendid stock of Fail and Winter.
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Comprising a variety of style andlitutliii, , from: ,
FJ:o51' 0 5!) . geog a,tp $2,90 .ipeA fullpt
L'edifipl6ll JALYthtint 6t-"u 4
'Adapted to the - Y 4 anti toritzsde... n
Gloves, Hosiery ez Yankee Notions
" t^" .• 2+ ... 61 - 1" .
Amin faci 7”.
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A FIRST CLASS .cotfNitttittlei
':l3 - :1 TlfT7i ;3110.1ri
' Advaxiiages to InSv
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Art •nf4.,1.061ibt; , , ,thj B IP I . 4 .O494,AvhPP -
411(1 ' ,U'nennoiplett:inetenfflabot
into amowet•- , ,t 81W-without rhedear , of , !nontrili
.diction,kink' filiiii•nnOntfr to . imipifi; fcrr6ifili an.'setkiat
i the 9 01 P , !.T.Y4tedP ee /4:Pe tkey,-011,6ny in rile
city, inctudiog freight, which gives me an-,oppor,
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And alsu to bit) ratait- tiado am .dui g,
and ain'botinditi) ttd at "rates ~ninisl » n largly
_ morass A t Cat •tßinlttga.4.tp,t.
Over any tr t iri c f ", b i ;.,h, Tn t T Ts tr . rzr,N. Y.
i an. 7 7.
fi Will give my customers the benefit °rimy
clump-la the:77o3li tur A nwpiistvitti lisstion;'
no a- 0 t anion -riatnAlity,i,o—dny-34,4titegraph
'2lol,7•Orderi tintlgh tpris: Witty, ft orktiw 'yob
Trade will le promptly,a4eided tO, and - ill - goods
warranted to be as teenteMended or they may be
retp.ruodivt. once, bT ., freight, at my expense. •
7 ' 1 11.130n. '
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Is the place to call and examine good goods. If
we cannot conclude our-customers that we are
selling at roasouaele prices, it is then time tp,
some of ptixrocifi be (if.they could),cotapetitors.,
I . ,
We have now on hand a complete assortment of
Dotnesties, such as
i'~i 1 ~'? _t :~'
Prints, Sheetingt'Stilriiles, Denims;
and everything in that line.
OUR- DRES 4 .9 ,(MEtS' STOCX
i$ complete from Brat Opt- fderinoes down to
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elt4teit alsortmant abeladieton
know bow hard it has been heretofore to obtain
the articles to make their- tiro ornamental and
Ne7eipeutittily t incite #14 , 3 ladiell I , to come: and
examine mit- -
Glove and Hositir? Stock, Ladies'
and Gents' Paper ollars, all sizes.
OUR BOOT 4 , SHOE STOCK
tT.B.:F~: j .s
otnplete. Every one that has patrohized
usv that wedteer, the best 13Q04 and Shoe-
Faakin,itratA l - Boolal4war
,rante.l t the
Rime orta Thatv.tutnbiir6art - aiad othere'requir
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This branch notice briefly,
as they Rill recommend themselves on exeinin-
La n 7atili
:,;:i . i : ;;j4, , ,i Sir-.i7t-,_::,,i , ,v....w..g...., 4
warrarite4 to fa" coon j try,,be
thes"-didoiattte 'l2 tWastildritiy ofitiot.
9101: ii46ib t:/ IP
We can now supply families with Sugars. Teas,
:1114 1 -4404.31`.e. I 'thi,4loVigigl-ViitiTi in
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Call nruktmimiiiiothlebeafettlallitytesAlrat we
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viz -; 7.4,1
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Hardware and Cutlery, in variety.
ing w g fir
and pAT you e toads,
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Wellaboro Oct. 3 1866.
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Can be made by every man, woman, and chili in
this comity, if they will strictly adhere to the
Liefiliklii*blifftrifreirz , gbodr46o4ol4Well7 4-7 t•
tO rnm * P*l444ltl4#.lB°f
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'Lady reaped their reward by thus doing. Every
DRY GO9DS T -GROORRILES, OJJOPHING,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
Clkc7;" ik.ci 4 '48155. - 4..k II A -
are on hand in abundance,
PRERSOA UV autort
GRAVE:AND !IMPORT ANT INFORM-A. 4."
TION TO CASH BUYERSWHO• WISH
TO SPEND THEIR MONEY WHERE
3 THEY CAN GET THE MOST FOR IT.
W. IL SMITH'S S.ONS',exateut- 7
_pf sa lt coping
di - 4001 1 / 1 W ttll'tiinel -of the
ear, and soiling them cheap—this system so ob
noxiods to big profit stores—is fairly begun for
the Fall eeaeon atibeir stortf;4rilt r klich a year for
going people good was never known before. Car
!ainly there is no good reason for swindling pri-
The great advantage rind importance of traAlpg
'for Cash or Ready pay is fully illustrated by the
Jou.pricea now-tagingilt theTeople's Store.
tai. FEW HOUSEHOLD:WORDS TORTIELE
4.dtemirt, t tr i topF_P 43 , -
youi• g(;04.1 of a `cdne,etit'lvhic tas a lag
ftisortitieni and selling'tbn tinmeas manyioo:da'
And of course can sell them as many tiuiefs
per than small concerns. We give all such ad
fra. ) . t, fl s ,a 4 ri ur ifYsl9 l F 2 ",m i . it .r_t:
!..A. FEW DEng; RIB ;THINGS .31:11rd PRE
' DENT &Nit( BEFORE'' BTEND
INQ zus ktoNEi. . "'
.Lo.out for b ig
i stores and big big notes
end-b y rates of ntereer ; mia "no Inhere, at
'thae=all Oniiiiich is veribad us againsk i n'l R..
iSmith's Sons' situation Light expenses and no
; rents, dew goods at break down prices, and the
igoodlohji m)44,t50f small ;ptigits. gggit , value 'tind
iquielt Mums, frying to the breeze. 'The fifer is,
:the only true and certain road to fortune for the
Mlerehia bi ltilways to s aatomors. as wit
!ad's]] ' e agaur 4 41depeta
large sales fur his eg t .rAgILIEI, our popular
?and legitimate syst eIREer buying strictly
ifor cash, always having cash on hand, render us
tmastwuwf i #telsiitttioy whiun .e.drqkcomee in the
ever -:before was, there_sueh a _tempt
1; f:g9octs, - - eitto pr:ieq', - as
time forwdtct. "."
1 ,111'p . 1 0iT1, 4 ,c"
I Our stuck u Dry Goals and Can't e
lbeat, , aAd.po, eniketaiirw4o is in the right shape,
ever resivis the "Viii.Wcitif busing, and ngne
,who care what they - A:W.will: !dike -theVi*s. ert4n
ithac diley - eirti - burgouda ehunhuie-asetreap - . ----- We
iketlk giejArgest stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES, I. HATS AND CAPS
AV LW* utb county;; iodm itaitinzimore
than - to eeentle• CHEAT' 41600/s.en die anzitue
@6r i .t Oto,o_af)
-.11*4.4.4 1 ,0Ah rv i.
be , tei,tttniihAToe.p.inii.now ; b 3 ,- milt - prey the
fev , s's FrceiT'• „. - .= 0 •
a; ; ;": -
- CROOKERY T O WELL PAPAIR7
and a thousand other articles can ticsfound; insd
no and who sees thew , isaWihelp hu!iiug. *We
manefacture-all-the-OL-0-T-Hillllilve selk Every
w,elLdnissiflAmaia,bgyis haw ess .
is master of his att3 he stands o,wn the hall for
no man whd k. jars ;1451 livelihood;
his fits cure the deformed.
We keg) Pork,,Floyr and Salt,
.1. L. a (I --P t •
always as .low T or,less than market
It is iddre'thati 'ever' fro tr tit every man
and woman to call here before buying, and look
r$W tlinetlieleefraniqtliods - andbargains,
, nl4 Ice-onel lean •Irmitlfia, •eir - "rorin' an j; idealiOW
-gittatell diffeittilE , e::there'lebetweelr tlie , prices' of
goods bought firr , eash land! prleee of; good! elan' ,
wherabought for notes that are not paid promptly.
The safeat,thing, for, all -huyera who Ivant-the
lowest notch in goods, is to Fall and'get - lr: R.
§mi.th;s ; .Sons' prices, -/tiro take around_fa , yeur
, ffek4a - Oositiinpare,s A great many 'steres-Will
get the cold shoulder after you visit the Old Cur—
lier'rebov they,work-fer;their ,etts tom Bray
- - 7ou cannot mistake the place, as itq'oectrPies
the room of four stores, immediately on the Erie
railway,,ppd fl)ss rush is constantly g,ping,,on.
C411. 1 1,40r notbin*Jmo're Aim• to sew bow we
spike the guns. Yours, truly.
• W. R. SMITH'S BONg.,
Addison. N. Yi.,,...gv16),,,./fifi6s...
if :If-LI -:..iviii
1, Fill tlill 0 : t
SW - WHITNTEYVILLE. jggr
HASaaskreprnaci.fronofaw York with a fall
smisONABLE Oily GOOll,
GROCERIES, HATS ANI) CAPS,
4 t ‘ 2
BOOTS AND SHOES, EARTHNWARE,
HARDWARE, FLOM, SALT,
And everything usually found in §county store,
which he is selling cheaper than any other store
in the cOunty. ;-• - •
, ~C OME AND gE.
„; • • .‘
-figr , •No eharge for obowingGoodo.
,Whltneyol4,Sept..2B 3 1868.-3 m.. „
\VE NOiAl" ON HAND A
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
At the People's Store, Corning, N. Y.
; . •
Adapted ti:ithe lealite; of elasetts - ; laid as we
laid in fur a pp& acee, k...jaat before the late ad
tance in New Yiilc; We are now enabled to sell
most of our good's at aLont ,
NEW YORK PRICES
,'_ : I : "
We would call tit:Hada} attention to our large
stock of goods for
and the finest line Of
FRENCH MUSLINS AND ORGANDIES
ever offered in this market. We; also have a nice
aseoktrouni or, ' , = •
LADIES' SACQUES; TALMAS AND
in cloth and silk, to which we invite the attention
of buyers, 'Oar stock of '
CLOTHS AND GSSIMERES,
. • -1 .
or men's and boy's ear, is kept very full, and
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
on it - citrn - oficoiind the InteBr ,jtyle
of emery variety.
aIfALL . IES, SUN UMBRELLAS,
JEANS etYTTONADES SHEET-
Our facilities for -EUYING GOODS are UN
SURPASSED by any in this section, and we
.wish it understood that - r_
We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by
We tender our tdinnks to the citizens of Tioga
Co„ who tinve'pationited us and' would `respect
fully invite those who have never done so to call
and see us. Store opposite the Dickinson House
on'Market Stieet,' three doors west bribe earner,
:and. two, doors east orMungerford's Bank._
- SMITH &•WAITE.
Jinitt'27, 1886. -
AilTAckwe 3:'TIPPVE; having sreicently
purchased Mr. Wm. Townsend's interest in the
- 11:E.A.T .LA,RK_ET
woul+o4 , folfle eitifetni-ofrtireffebercr and- vicin
ity that he will continue the busi i ness at the 61d
stand—giving his entire attention in supplying
the wants of all who may favor bin], with their
ptttronage. - - - c`onsi l antlyrn hand - -
FRESH 141 - H.ATS OF ALL HINDS.
Shop one boor South-of SmitWa , Law Office.
Wel lebofe";S4l.: 26;1566-tr.
Hartman's Safely-Bridle and Lines.
(Patented goinin'bei 7, 18a5.)
Tir 1 - 110,t 1101'd
vryttutit -pre Vtilt4
eid6rdsbrhorge. thl -
locking of - a._,lukizA,
%-.. ; i ,:i - -.< l / 2 - •' 2;""= - ' : - "'-; - 1 -' - •' -•-
e' 1 ..ti - - 4, • '4 - ..• f
,"- .1 - , i :,, 3 $ 4
if -; ,'" ' - f-- %sl -.- I t
t,, ,,. - DLICI - 4..C..d1a. - ci ~4 :.
'6111.1_,;;;;• ; t
' e t.,•l4o'
--- ;:.•,,,:- , .4.,k,„ •
AMOST valuable article for all who drive hor
_ sea. See " Agrkultnrise for March, 1866.
Recommended by Wilkes, of the Spirit of the
Times; Bonner, of the New York Ledger, and
many othereelebrated horsemen.
The vibscribei owns the patent for .Tioga, Sus
quehanna thict . ttradforct 'counties. Individual or
township 1:1041 , for 4A - 10, on favorable terms.
Harness malclr# yidlo i rrish tO,nilake the lines for
their customers - who buy individual rights, will
be dealt with liberally., - 2 r
By a slight alteration, the safety lines may be
attached to almost any bridle.
All persons are cautioned against making or
ueitig the bridle or liyies, in the main ties ninraseid,
ROBERT C. SIM P:so.
Wellsboro, Sept. 5, IAS-if
; 7 120":RROSINIA .LAMPS at.
r BOY'S D 8,1711 EITOBB.
FIRE, LIFE & iffIRENTAL
W. H. SMITH,
GENERAL POLICY AGENT FOR TI
OGA. COUNTY, PA, -
- Cash Capital, Anet t.
Home, N. Y., $2,400,000 $9,589.9 1?
Rims, 2,000,000 3,500,439
I Phenix, -1.-- /MOM° 5,000,000
North American, Philad'a, 1,000,000 731,00
Farmers' Mutual, Middle Ponna 357,40 2 92
Lycoming Mutual, Muncy, Pa......
Columbia Mutual, Lancaster, Pa...
Globe Mutual, Life, N. Y. City, ...
N.Y. Accidental, ..
Travelers" Accidental, Hartford, ..
Equitable , Life Assnranoe Society.
' Non-Hazardous, Hazardous, and Eztra-Haz
aedous Risks taken at reasonable rates. Policies
Issued, and all Losses adjusted at this Office.
W. 11. SMITH, Wellsboro', Pa.
July 25, 1886.—tf.
Drugs, ffiediefues, Bcc.
J.L. BELDEN &
EEP constantly on hand a fine stock of Pura
..101_, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, .tc.,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
for , Medicinal and Sacremantal use; also all the
popular Patent Medicines, Paints, Varnishes, Oils,
ac. ' all kinds of brushes, Dye Golors, Dye Woods
end Stuffs, fine Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Pom
ade" Cosmetics, Sc.,
STATIONERY, PENS, PENCILS,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
Memorandum Books, PRS3 Books, Jtc., ;Potash
in bulk at 15 cents per pound, Kerosene Oil,
Lamp Oil, Turpentine, Benzine, to.
. Fresh Oatmeal and Pearl Barley at 10 cts per
pound. We are sole agents in Blossburg for Dr.
N. Weaver's Ext. Fireweed, and warrant it to
cure Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Pimples on
the face, and all diseases arising from impure
state of the Blood if used according to directions.
Particular attention given to compounding
Physician's and other Prescriptions. We guaran
tee satisfaction, both in quality and price.
Remember the Store, opposite the new Coal
Co's Store, Blossburg, Pa.
Aug. 15, IS6G—tf. J. L. BELDEN & CO.
Orphans' Court Sale
pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court
at Tioga county, bearing date the 27th day
of August, 1866, the following described real (*-
tate. late the property of Tames Campbell, deed,
will be offered at public tale, on the premises, on
the . 31st day of October nest, at 2 o'clock p, m,,
to - wit :
A lot of land situated in the township of Farm
ington in said county; beginning at the south—
west corner hereof, it being the southeast corner
of lot No. 89 of the allotment of Bingham lands
in Farmington township aforesaid ; thencenorth,
degree west, 92.9 rods along said lot No. 89;
thence east 119.1 rods along lot No 95; thence
south, degree west, 94.3 rods along lot No 86;
thence north, 59 degrees west, 94.9 rods along lot
No 192 ; thence west 23.2 rods to the place of be
ginning.; being lot No 88 of said allotment, and
containing 65.5 acres, being part of warrants Nos
137 9 and 1371. Terms cash on confirmation of
sale. E . NOCH B. CAMPBELL,
Ado'''. EatatO of Jas. Campbell, deed
October 10,1886.-3 re
Itoti ARE pl a i n i u n g al ' c Are feeble
a o n u d t o n f o o m r - -
der—your system deranged and
your feelings' uncomfortable?—
These symptoms are often the pre
cursors of serious illness. Some
fit of sickness is creeping open you, and should
be averted by a timely use of the right remedy.
Take Ayer's Pills, and drive out the humors—
purify the blood, and let the fluids move on un
obstructedly, in health. They stimulate the or
gans of the body into vigorous activity, purify
the system from the obstructions which make dis
ease. A cold settles somewhere in the body, and
deranges (he natural operations of that part.—
This, if not relieved, will react upon itself' and
the surrounding organs, producing general ag
gravation, suffering and derangement. While In
this condition, take Ayer's Pills, and see how di
teetly they restore the natural action of the sys
tem. and with it the buoyant feeling of health.—
What is true and so apparent in this trivial and
common complaint, is also true in many of the
deep sealed and dangercusl diseases. The same
purgative expels them. Caused by similar ob
structions and derangements, they are surely.and
ninny of theta rapidly, cured by the same means.
None who know the virtue of these Pills will neg
lact.to employ them vvhen - suffering from the dis
orders they cure, such as headache, foul stom
ach, dysentery, bilious complaints, indigestion.
derangement of the liver, costiveness, constipa
tion, heartburn, rheumatism ' _dropsy, worms and
suppression, when taken in large doses.
They are sugar coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them easily, and they are suioly
the best purgative medicine yet discovered.
- Ayer's Ague Cure, -
For the speedy and certain Cure of intermittent
Fever, or Chills and Fever, Remittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Dumb dyne, Periodical Headache,
or Bilious Headache, and Bilious Fever* ; in—
deed for the whole class' of dieecceee originating
in'biliarg derangement, canted by the malaria of
mihamatic countries. -
This remedy has-rarely failed to cure the se
verest cases of Chills and Fever, and it has this
great advantage ot;or other Ague medicines, that
it subdues the complaint without injury to the
pltient. It contains no quinine or other delete--
Hops substance, nor does it produce quinism or
any injurious effect whatever. Shaking broth
ers of the army and the west, try 'it, and you will
endorse these assertions.
prepared by Lr..J. C. AYER. .1: CO., Lowell,
Mass., and _sold by all druggists and dealers in
TITE forms authorized by the War Department
are published, and it is necessary to amend
those heretofore filed accordingly. Where both
parents are living, they must apply jointly, and
must also produce the- number tlf the certificate
tipbn which they were previously paid, if possi
ble. The attorney who collected the pay and
bounty before, can prolribly furnish the number
of the certificate.
By, the rules of the Department, applications
Must.,be made within sea re.m.tbs. or delay will
resuft and the discharge of the soldier is re
quired. The.soldier must state whether in dif
ferent, and in what different companies he- has
I . shall charge the same price for collections as
other claim agents charge.
JOIIN. I. MITCHELL
Wc!hboro, Oct. 17, 1866-3 t
SFIELDON OCORR, respectfully informs the
citizens of-Oceola shit - vicinity that he has
Oceola, Tioga Co. Pa., where heis prepared to ex
PHOTOGRAPHS, GEMS'...t. ANIRROTYPES,
in the beet style and at reasonable prices. Please
call and examine specimens.
Oceola. Sept. 2G, 1566.-tf.
Farm for Sale
HE undersigned offers for sale the farm in
Tioga, Vega county, Pa., known as the
King or Crano farm. It is situated on the Tioga
river, three miles above Tioga village, a few rode
from the Mill Creek railroastation. It contains
47 acres of laud, and is in a good state of add
vation, with a good house, two good barns, and
abed. fine fruit, and is well fenced. Will be sold
cheap. and is very desirable. F. H. SMITH.
Tioga, October 17, 1886-3 m
JOB -WORK, IN THE BEST STILE. and
with despatch, at THE AGITATOR Mb,.