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UNIT - E D --- sTATEs SENATOR:
To afford some idea of the strength of
Gen. Cameron among the people, we
continue our extracts from the Country
papers of the State.
Dr. John. of the Columbia' County
••Gcu. Cameron has been tried and
proved true. He bas no ,doubtful fie c
ord. - He has had large experience in
public affairs. He has always been
mithfull to Pennsylvania and her inter
ests. He is emphatically the represen
tative man of our State. He never vio
lates his pledges. He can always be
"Again, as a statesman he has few
s uperiors. He is sagacious, and has al
ways shown himself able to grapple
every issue. No man worked more ar.
duously to put down the pro-slavery
Rebellion. He at once saw 'lts magni
tude. He intuitively grasped the ag
gregate 'complexeduess y - of Treason's
coils, and to him is the nation indebted
for the very measures winch calked
victory to perch upon our banners and
made the Confederacy bite the dust.
"In these perilous timesiwe need just
such men as Gen. CAMERON in the:Sen
ate. "Characterized as he ever has been
by wisdom and sagacity, prudence and
an enlarged public spirit, he is just now
needed to take a part in the adjustment
of the vexed questions demanding final
settlement. The plans and principles
urged from the starte by-Secretary CAM.-
Eriox, convince the nation, and the
final adjustment must be based upon
those principles. Let him be sent to
the Senate to aid in having the work
clone well and wisely." - •
The Athens Eilniblican says:
"Gen. Cameron is emphatically a pro
gressive Statesulan—a num who has
always been first and Mremost to take
position in the front milli of progress,
and withintn in the United States Sen
ate, the Union party will be sure of a
true-representative and au able advo
The Pittsburg Commercial contains
the tolkAving frank avowal; in an arti
cle referring to :Simon Camorpu as a
candidate for U. S. Senator;
..•Penusylvania has no one more loyal
to her interests:, In him she cab con
fide without a shadow of fear of betray
al. No one is more loyal to the Uepub
lican party. - He was the' first man in
the councils of the nation who gave the
curse of slavery a death blow, and who
was invited to leave the Cabinet on ac
count of his extreme radical views. Let
us not be led away byeloquent tongues,
but lobit to the man- who has always
stood up for our interests- at all times
and in all places:
The Pittsburg Gazette, one of the
ablest papers in the State, says:
"In Allegheny county popular seal
nient is greatly divided between CAM
ERON and CURTIN. The cause of each
warmly espoused an d opposed.
Henee,'the delegation is divided, and
likely to remain so. According to the
latest reliable reports a majority of them
are for CAMERON."
The Troy Gazette, the first to take up
•the argument for Cameron in Northern
Pennsylvania, and one of the most can
did and able of Repiiblica» papers in
the state, says in its last issue:
"Ours was tie firstpaper in the north
ern tier of counties tlyat• declared the
preference of our people for Gen. Simon
Cameron : and so far a. we know, the
first paper in the State that did so. We
did -0 after mature , reflection, and a
kli4 - ledge of the sentiments of western
Bradford and we are pleased to see
that the key note thus struck, has called
fin t h !-o many ausNylUng echoes.
- Thai the result is at all doubtful, we
do npt believe, though the contest be
tween the friends of Curtin and Came
ron will be a warm one in all probabil
ity. We need a man wholly in sympa
thy with the interests of Pennsylvania,
and, what is more, wholly in sympathy
with the great party which has control
of the work of restoration, and will fitly
repreent the State in that labor."
.'CAST THY BREAD UP4l , :i THE W.l'l--
Ens."—Gen. Cameron (flys the WU
lianisport Bulictino was ti e first Cabi
net Minister who insisted upon em
ploying the negroes to aid in putting
down the rebellion. At that time,
President Lincoln' - thought it unnec
essary, and the timid men around him
thought the people would not approve
the measure; so Gen. 'ameron's:report
vas curtailed and tl best part of it
knocked off. He ever changed his
opinions, but the A inistration came
to him. Now that he is again -before
the people as a candidate for f*riator,
his sagacity in that celebrated report is
doing him more good than any other
act of his political life. He :cast his
bread upon the waters, and is finding
it after "many days." Gen. Butler,.
in a recent speech, said:
"In January, 1862, Gen. Cameron,
then Secretary of War, put in his 're
port the assertion that the slaves ought
to be employed as soldiers against their
masters, and immediately the cry was
raised all over the country ,_ ( 'WI this
is a white man'swar : nonegroesshould
be employed in this way ; it ought to be
fought nut by white men. It is a white
man,s quarrel solely.. The negroes
don't know enough to be soldie,p; they
do not know enough to kill men. Mr.
Cameron had to leave Mr.. Lincoln's
Cabinet because olthatrepiart and go to
MRS. JAMES, of Chicago was about to
be married, and received from an un
known source a glass Jar containing the
dead body of an infant - preserved in
alcohol. Mrs. James feinted... note
with the disgusting present read "I
am in search of P. Clark. _ my:fu
ture stepmothertell me .where to find
him?' P. Clark was her ati3apped,
but from whence the pickled babe was
spirited and expressed from, is a Chi
cago mystery. .
DETROIT is a famous spot for sensa
tions. The late - st in the tale of how an
orphan girl named Catherine Bruner
was wooed, but not won, by her aged
guardian; how - a young beau made his
appearance and became t suitor for her
hand, and how he fooled the old gen
tleman by eloping with the girl and
making her his Wife.
IN Philadelphia on Monday last a
young man named John Hornhy took
up a gun and proceeded-to illustrate to
his sister how people shot , themselves
by carelessly handingfire arum. While
doing this the gun was discharged and
he was instantly killed. He was much
too practical in his methods of teaching.
AN old lady of Columbus, afflicted
with dropsy, recently underwent for
the twenty-sixth time, the operation of
removing the secreted fluid. This is a
very remarkable e-nSP, as few stand the
awful operation more than five or six
THE Philadelphia _Yews says that the
health of that city is remarkable good,
but few deaths occuring, and winds up
by saying that their "best and most
renowned city physicians may be seen
down in the marshes engaged in shoot
ing." The latter fact may account for
the scarcity of deaths.
\\WNESDAY, DEC. 19; 1866
CIRCtYIJATIO_N 1, 6 60.
With MALICE toward none. with CHAIIITY for ALL, with
firmnese in the MAUI. let . tm sin% e to finish the work
we are in. to bind np the mitiou'F notomM, to care
for him who 1111111/ have borne the battle, and for Ms
widow and tirpliami. and to do all which may achieve
and chermh 11J1191 and lasting peace among ourselves
and with all nations.—A. Idicentw—Mancil 4 MM
To PATRONS.—To afford time for the
extra labor Involved in the . enlarge".
ment of the paper, as well as to give
the printers a Christmas. holiday, we
shall publish no paper next week.—
Type-founders and machinists, and ex
traord inari es permitting, TEE AGITA
TOR will appear on the 2d day of Jan
uary 18G7, much enlarged, as heretofore
Don't be alarmed:• The bereavement
alluded to does not threaten the peace
of the nation. It falls upon the bowed
head of " Democracy," and is akin to
that which came with the fall of Rich
mond and the suirender of Lee and
Johnston, the Killing of Booth, and
the hanging of Mis g euratt, ,Atzerodt,
Payne, and Harold, the assassins.
This new cloud of grief !irises Tin the
far east. Indeed, it hails
great source of Copperhead aillictions—
AFRICA. Consul-General Hale, at
Alexandria, Egypt, has sent to Mr.
Seward,three little lines like these:.
"I have arrested John H. Suratt, one
of President Lincoln's assassins. No
doubt of identity." '
-These three lines have raised a great
" com motion-notion . s Olion," as the' song
bath it, among those virtuous creatures
the qpperhead editors. Not a paper
of thtit stamp has reached us- which
does not bear to us, the words of "in
continent lireuzy," horn of love for as
sassins of Republican Presidents and
would-be assassins of. Re puhi f c s.—
The tender regrets which are interject
ed like exclamation points into the
prose dirges of these virtuous gentle
men, appeal to our sympathy. They
regret that there is to be another mock
trial," another "predetermined ver
dict," another " barbarous execution."
Oh Ah ! Alas ! Has some evil disposed
ox gored your circumspect bulls? We
remember how, when Lincoln was as
sassinated, the grief was ours, of the
Republican press. * During that season
of , public berenve,ment we noted the
tone of these same editors. We observed
that their grief was simulated when it
manifested itself at all but oftener
their only comments upon the awful
crime were dictated from the stand
point of cold-blooded policy. They
.deprecated the deed as one likely to re
act in favor of the Republican party.—
This was the depth of their horror at a
crime which Mocked the civilized
world, and placed the martyr's crown
upon the icy forehead of Abraham
Rut there came' a time when these in
choate assassins, for that term properly
describes every Copperhead editor in
America—found the tap to - their tears.
. justice-hunted down
Booth, and seized upon his accompli
c:es ; when these accomplices were ar
raigded, fairly tried, convicted," sen
tenced, and hung, then went up their
wail. The detectives first came -in for
furious denunciation; then the officers
of the Court which tried - the murderers ;
and finally the Exeeutive himself,
when he signed the death warrant, was
assailed-most virulently. This was be
fore Mr. Johnson concluded to cast his
lot with traitors and their sympathizers.
And we again repeal? • the charge—
that not one Copperhead] paper within
our ken manifested as much genuine
horror of the murder of Mr. Lincoln, as
the editors of, such papers ordinarily
manifest-at some theory of some un
balanced jpolitician which threatens to
punish crime and establish justice.
Not only this, but any one of these
editors -expend more indignation -and"
lamentations because of the punish
ment of Mrs. Suratt & Co., than the
. .whole pack did because of the' crime
which Mrs. Suratt & Co., committed.
And with the apprehension of the
lot—John H. Suratt— the wound opens
anew, bleeds afresh, andthe entire pick
of sympathizers weep and howl.
.We alluded to this not to complain.—
On the contrary we are glad to have the
accessories of murder . avow their sym
pathy with murderers. ,
When a professional thief perpetrates
an adroit robery the brotherhood of
thieves is loSt in admiration. :4 some
shrewd detective nabs the skilful opera
tor, what more -natural than that the
brotherhood of thieves should 'be over_
whelmed with sorrow and indignation,
and exclaim against the cruelty of law.
and the mockery_ of justice
Make the application to the case in
hand, and the animus of the party
which regrets the arrest of Suratt is
So we redeclare our, life-lastinihos
tility to this infernal party which sails
under fabie colors of Democracy. Its
appropriate flag is Death's-head and
cross-bones on a black field..
" Is this paper published in the reh
el States ?" asked a friend picking up a
Copperhead sheet on our table the other
We replied that it was published in
Clinton county, in this Congressional
district. That the editOrilike many'
another Northern man, respected those
who respected him, and sympathized
with those who sympathized with him
and his party. When . hp talks about
" Yankee abolitionists" be, understands
that hisreaders are still unaware ,that
Slavery is abolished by constitutional
amendment, and that the convention
which nominated Hiester Clymer en
dorsed the abolition of Slavery. That's
Miss PAULINE SMITH has received a
a fine lot of Zephyrs, siagle and split, at her Mil
Dee. 10.—SEATE.—The bill to pre
vent the removal of officers confirmed
by the Senate, except for misconduct,
crime, and incompetency, was reported
from the Judiciary Committee with a
reconamendation,that it pass. Laid over
until the 13th. - .
The bill to ;establish - impartial suf
frage in the District of Columbia was
taken up and discussed at length. The
bill provides that all male citizens of
21 years and upward, who can read and
write, and whp are not disqualified by
complicity with the rebellion, or other
crime, shall be voters.
House.—A bill to give to every
Southern State a _Republican_ Govern
ment, was introduced by Mr. "Ward, of
New York. The bill provides for the
appointment of Provisional Governors
who shall call conventions toform Con
stitutions for the States late in rebell
ion, All males of the age -of 21 years,
not having participated-voluntarily in
the rebellion, either as . soldiers or civil
officers of the Confederacy, are to vote
for delegates to
_such Conventions.— .
The Conventions - are required to secure
suffrage to all but the excepted classes,
and to disfranchise the latter. They are
further to seettre equal rights to all loy
al people. The Constitutions so framed
are to be submitted to the people_ for
their-acceptance or rejection.
The President was requested ;to fur=
nish a full list of the names of rebels
pardoned by him. •
The Military Committee was instruct
ed to inquire into the expediency of
passing a law to relieire soldiers Who
_accidental lost their discharges
from the army. , 1 -
A motion to wind up- the National'
Banks and substitute greenbacks, er
similar currency, waijaid oil the table.
Another motion of similar import. was
also tabled. -, :
The bill-to change_ the . time for the
.ommendement of Congressional ses
sions came up as a special order. We
stated the tenor of the bill last week.—
It passed by 127 to 30.
The bill abolishes constructive mile
age, very properly.
The President sent in .a Message. on
Mexican affairs, and the particulars of
the arrest of John H. Suratt.
Dec. 11.—SENATE.—A bill for the ad
mission of Colorado was favorably re
ported. House bill to fix the time of
the meeting - of Congress was read twice
and referred. The Judiciary- Commitee
was instructed to report by bill, or other
wise, as to some mode for Presidential
succession in case of the death or disa
bility of the-Executive. •
A bill Jo suspend all payments as
compensation for' Slave property, au
thorized by law, was reported.
The District Suffrage bill then came
up in order and was debated. Mr.
Cowan moved to strike out the word
" male" before "citizens." He was
unusually witty at the expense of Mrs.
Trances D. Gage and Mrs. Susan B.
Anthony. Pending the question the
HOUSE.—The morning hour was con
sumed, in discussion of a bill to punish
A bill to prevent removals of officers
confirmed by the Senate, except for
cause other than political opinion, was
taken up and discussed.
Dec. 12. SENATE.—The District of
Columbia Franchise bill came up in or
der. After a long debate, Mr. Cowan's
amendment to strike out the word
" mate " was defeated by a vote of 9 to
.11o,usE.- , -A resolution was offered di
recting the Committee on War Debts of
the loyal States'to inquire into the ex
pediency of permitting such States to
tax National banks two per cent, per
annum (on their capital) to pay the war
The bill for the repeal of the act of
1790, a statute of limitation touching
punishment for treason, came up and
was debated. The bill was recommit
The bill relating to the appointing
power was discussed at length.
• The President was requested to corn
municate all information in his pos
sesio-n touching the New Orleans Riots.
Major Gen. Steelman is a brother in-law of
Judge Barrett, of this Judicial dtstrict, and has
lately been visiting at his residence at Clearfield.
Wayne Co. Herald.
That accounts for the milk in onr co
coaut. We supposed Steedman was
connected with the rebellion in some
_England 'iS - busily • engaged in
preparing to"stamp out; as the British
papers say, the Fenian Rebellion. We
doiibt if there is to be any Fenian
uprising at all, but if the people are
ripe for the movement we shall hold
up both hands for the trial. Britain miry
be taught through adversity What centu
ries of prosperity has failed to teach
her. , -
AUCTION.--Mr. Benjamin Austin
will sell a lot of stock and household furniture
on the premises, Charleten, Saturday, Dee. 22,
at 10 A, M.
DETROIT has another strange story.
Three years ago the windows of one of
its banks was broken, and several pack
age,s of money stolen therefrom. The
thief escaped and no clue was ever ob
tained to secure his identity or• arrest.
In Cincinnati, a few days ago, a youth
made his appearance "on a drunk,"
giving his name as Charles Thompson.
He entered a station house, and to a
policeman revealed the fact; which had
preyed upon his conscience, that he
was the bank thief of Detroit. Next
morning,'duly sober, he reiterated his
statement, and - asked to be sent to
Michigan for trial. He said he had
stolen $4,000, all'of which he had gone
through in leading a fast life in Canada.
With a guilty conscience, his life was
,purgatory, and he imagined everybody
a policeman ready to arrest him, and
gave himself up to prevent his going
WELLSBORO PEtROLEIIM CO.—
Notiee hereby given that the Board of
Directors of this Company at a meeting held De
cember 15, by resolution decided to close up the
affairs of the Company and distribute the balance
in the hnnds of the Treasurer, prorata among the
holders of paid-in stook. .The property of the
Company will be sold and the proceeds divided
in like manner. Stockholders will present their
receipts to the Treasurer. By order, -
Dec. 19, 1866. M. H. COBB, Clerk.
MIIE sub,ctiber will sell et public Auction at
his te,hienno in Dolma . tosliihiP, uu
Tharlday, Dec. 20, 1866, at 10 A. H.;
th e lollowing pr.,pnrty, to wit:
One span .it Mores, t two-year oiti Colt, 2
- yearling Colts, 2 Cows, 1 yearling Helfer. 4
Calves, 18 Sheep, 1 Shoat, i mow and stack of
Hay, 1 Harness, 1 Hubbard Mowing Machine
Lumber Wagon, Bob Sleds, Plow, Drag, Cultiva
tor, Fanning Mill, P.m Rake, Caldron Kettle,
Chains and•othor Farm Tools; also a Melodeon
and a few household Goods.
Terms made inuiwn nu day of bale.
JAS E. CATLIpT.
riALENDER, French, Marine and Oilurch
Ch!ckd. at Diecl9) FOLEY'S.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE—Letters of
ouniintstration on the estate 01, , Hiram
Saxton, late of fioga, deed, have been granted
to the subscriber, all persons indebted to the said
Estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands
against the estate of the said deeedent, should
make the same known to
JNO. I. MITCHELL, Atier
Wellsboro, beo. 19, 1886_610
LADIES' SETS from $1.50 to $3O, at
dec 19 E9I.,E.T'E
Tioga Marble Woits.
la D. CALKtNS, late of the firm of Calk
!' ins k Conklin, is not prepared to, exe
cute all ordve for Tomb Stones and Monumecits,
cf either .
... . -
ITALIAN - OR RUTLAND MARBLE,
of the latest style and 'approved workmanoilip,,
and with dispatch. •
He keeps, constantly ow hand both - kinds of
Marble and will be able to suitali - who may furor
him with their orders, on as reasonable terms as
can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as gelid as new. -
HARVEY ADAMS, of Charleston, is, my Agent,
and all contracts made with him will tie filled by
me at shop prices. " H. D. CALICOS. -
Tioga, Dec 19, 18613—1 y •
RICH Bohemian Glass Vases, at
N4' . ELLSBORO ACADEMY.
THE WINTER TERM will begin THIIRS
DAY, Jan 3d, 1867.
Students slioull begin with the term. No de
duction mode for absence the M.A . two weeks of
RATES OF TUITION :
Primary Branches $4 00
Preparatory Dept rtu ent
Common English Branches
Higher English 13ranches r 00
Natural Sciences and Higher Mathematics . 8 00
Ancient Languages with the Preceding 9 00
Modern Languges " 0 10 00
No incidental expenses.
Board per week $3 00 to $4 00
Rooms for self-boarding can be secured at very
Total expenses per term for tuition, board,
washing, &c., need not much exceed $5O 00
Self-boarders about2s 00
Robinson's New Mathematical Works, and
Clark's Grammar have been introduced for per
The other text-hooks used are considered the
Few, if any, changes will hereafter he made.
In all cases of changes in text-becks, now
books will be exchanged fur old ones, or fur
nished to s tudents at one-half retail pt ices.
All books used can be purchased in the village.
150 or 200 students can he accommodated in
The number of Competent Teachers will always
equal the wants of the School.
A deduction from the regular rates of tuition
will be made, if desired, in favor of indigent
students and also, in other caeca when .the tui
tion is deemed too high /Or the times
Special arrangements made with Tenchere who
cannot enter at the beginning, or are obliged to
leave before the close of the term.
Liberal Prizes will be offered for superior
The Faculty will, as heretofore, do their best
for the right education of students.
They will endeavor to merit u still more liberal
For board or rooms until the opening of the
term, Addrese, • - J. EMERY, Esq.,
Pree't Board of Trustees.
For Circulars, Catalogues, &0., Addrees,
D. D. VAN ALLEN, Principal.
We'labor°, Dec. 19, 1898.
CENTRE OF ATTRACTION IS AT
C. S. MATHER 8 CO
Would announce to the good• people of "Thin
County that they have just'returned from New
York with their second full stock ,of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
embracing nit the novelties as well as tb u
DRESS - GOODS in all varieties, STAPLE
& FANCY GOODS, HOOP•SKIRTS,
& BEST FRENCH WOVE COR
SETS, GLOVES .4ND HO
SIERY, YANKEE NO
• TIONS, &c:, &c..
FURS ! FURS !
MINE; CONY, and Siberian
, e largest Stock of ,
LQTHS & C4SIMERES in thccounty,
• RRADY MADE - -CLOTHING, and -
CLOTHING made-to order super
- intended by first class workmen.
SOP MADE •BOOTS & 'SHOES in end—
less variety, HATS & CAPS
to suit alt tastes, .
GROCERIES, &C., &C.
Our goods have been -bought during the last
panic in New York and will be sold at panic
Prices are down, monopoly "broken up. No
Other store can or dare compete with us. in qual
ity and price.' For further particulars call at the
sturo of C. S. MATHER ic CO
Lawrenceville, Dec. 19, 1866. '
THE undersigned baring been appointed Ad
ministrator, de bonir non cum testament() an
liero, of Jacob Frutanian, late of Tioga, de
ceased, in pursuance of a power to sell real estate
contained in thelast will of -the testator, will ex
pose to public sule, at the house of E. S. Farr in
Tiegn. Borough, Monday, Dec. 31, 1866, at one
o'clock P. M., the following described property,
of wbich Jacob Prat/mien died seized, to, wit:
A certain piece of land situate in the borough
of Tioga, county of Tioga, and State of Penn
sylvania, bounded and described as follows, to
wit : On the, north by 411liam Garretseri, east
by Main street, south by goalies] Prutsinan, and
west by meeting bousil alley, containing' 28
square rods, more or less, about 58 feet front and
132 feet deep, with a one story tenant house, a
small frame barn s and other outbuildings aud
fruit trees thereon.
Also, a piece of land situate in the said borough
of Tioga, bounded and described as folios's, to
wit: On the north by Oosvanesque street, on the
east bY.meeting honso,alley, on the - south by the
Methodist, Episcopal church lot, and on the west
by lands Of S. M. Geer and Polly Westbrook,
containing two-fifths of en aore, more 'or less,
with a two story frame tenant house, suitable for
three families, a barn and other outhuildiugs
Terms : $lOO on the first, and $3OO on the
last lot, melt; balance may ran four years with
approved security. JNO. L MITCHELL, ,
Welleboro;Deq. 19, 1866-2 w Adzier &e.
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We !dill adhere to our old adage, "customers
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We ask them to look at our Goods,,and if not
satisfied with prices or quality, it ,is their priv
ilege to buy elsewhere.
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He extracts Teeth witho ut pain by the new
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-friends to follow their example, which they are
rapidly doing, and scores 9f people are now hav
ing their mouths freed from disease who were
,before delaying from.fear and dread of pain. It
As pleasing to hear their testimony.
One says • "the scratch ,of a pin is equal to
the pain I realized inlaying all my teeth taken
out." Another says: "my teeth bad ached so
long that they were very sore and I-know I could
not have endured.the pain
thi spray, but
by having it applied did net mind it." Another
(after having thirty teeth extracted) says "
knew when every tooth' eame.ont, but realised
no pain, and I believe the Spray to be a great
preventative to soreness; for my montlie healing
very fast and has been sore butyery-.little; and
I would say to all . doubting ones, try it roi year=
selves and you will agree- with. me in-saying that
this is certainly a boon for suffering humanity."
Wellsboro, Dec. 12, 1858—tf.
GEO. W. RYON,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW, Law
renceville, Tioga Co., Pa. Bounty, Pension,
and Insurance Agent. Collections promptly
attended to. Office 2d door below Ford Entise.
Dec. 12, 1866-1 y
FOUND,—In Main street, Wellsboro; on the
9th,inst., an OVER ,COAT—the owner will
please call at my rooms, prove property, pay for
advertising and take it away.
Dec. 12,1866-3 - B. EASTMAN.
Farm fer„ Sale.
subscriber. offers his`farm for sale, con
j. taining 100 acres, 40 acres of which are un
der good improvement. Good frame house there
on,-one and a half story high '; also a new frame
barn, 30 by 45 feet. A thrifty young orchard, of
apple, pear, and cherry trees', mostly grafted, 100
in all. Well watered by never failing springs.—
Said farm is situated in Delmar township, on the
road leading from Stony Fork to Pine creek. Per
terms apply Ito the-subacriber, on the place, or to
A. L. Ena mirth, at the Bingham office; Wellsbdro.
ALVAN N. WEBSTER.
'Delmar, August' 22, 1808,-tf
"VOTlCE.—Notictils'fiereby given that Win.
111 Townsend, Win.. A. Nichols, and others
have applied to the Court of Common Pleas of
Tioga County for a charter of incorporation un
der the name and title of " The -; Tioga County
Agricultural Society," and if no 'objection be
made, that said charter will be granted at Janu
ary term 1887. J: F. DONALDSON,
Deo. 12, 18116-Bu , • Proth'y.
LiT AMPS.—A new kind of lamp for Kerosene—
no breakage of oblinneya--at NOLE7I3.
- . - ,es.
ST,•Bowen & Co.,
Tir4"ll/ 1 4feturned from New York with a
!argil assortment of
Bought at Panio•Brioes ' and.will be sold accor
dingly. We resaectfully,invite attention to our
CA.SSIMERES, BEAVER CLOTHS
lso, a largo line of •
WINOS, EMPRESS' CLOTHS. AL
PACAS, and oilier DRESS GOODS
and DRESS TRIMMINGS,
. 1 ,
Jn Also, a large and new assortment of
READY -MADE CLOTHING,
at greatly redueed prices
LADIES' FUR S-,.a nice assortment, new
BON-TON, SILVER SPRING, and other
• kinds of HOOP SKIRTS,
YANKEE NOTIONS, HATS CAPS
SAND MADE BOOTS AND SHOES
And many other things which we will be.pleased
to show to all who will call and examine our
STOCK OF GRUBS
Before .purchasing elsewhere, as we believe it
will pay you for your time and trouble.
SMALL PRO-FITS, QUICK SALES, &
READY PAY IS OUR MOTTO.
Don't forget to call at the
EMPIRE STORE; NO. 1 UNION BLOCK
WeMoro, Dec. 12, 1866
YOU CAN FIND A FIRST CLASS
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
TEAS OF ALL KINDS, COFFEE, SU
GAR, MOLASSES, SYRUP, SALT,
SPICES, DRIED FRUIT, FIGS,
CANNED FRUITS, PRUNES,
PORE, FLOUR, MACKEREL, WHITE
FISH, CORN MEAL, BUCK
NAILS, 'AXES, TABLE 2,10 POCKET
CUTLERY, SHOVELS, SPADES,
Crockery, Jars, Jugs, Lamps and Chimneys
Lanterns, Wooden-Ware of alt kinds,
Bedcords, Rope, Brooms, Brushes of (411
Binds; Plug & Fine Cut Tobacco,
Segars ; also m• large variety of
fancy Smoking Tobacco.
In regard to the sale of these goods I have a
word to say, in strict confidence„ of course. These
goods were purchased for cash and will be sold
for,eash at prices whieh' will make it an object
for housekeepers to purchase. I mean to do a
square and fair trading business. Call and tee
me—at the J. D. Junes' stand.
_ _ .
Wo'labor°, Deo. 12, 1861—t,f
DS F. STONE,
T A z K e
East m e t c h h o a d r il e f
t a o o n n o a u u n d e i ti v g i
c t i o n
i th t
he has just received a suitable stock of
TEAS, SUGARS, -COFFE.W, SYRUP,
Goad OR TEA for 12s. per lb.
SUGARS from le. to 17 cents per lb.
And everything 'in the
At as low rates. '
Call and see us. Don't ask us for trust, to be
plain we don't keep it. Remember the " ani
mile" that came to grief because he couldn't
make "both ends meet." D. F. STONE.
East Charleston, Dee. 5,1888-3m_
Ms NEWELL, DENTIST, MANSFIELD, Pa.,
grateful for the very liberal patronage
heretofore received, will continue so as to per
form all dental operations, as to Merit the rapidly
increasing professional demands now engaged.
All operations in all departments of the profes
sion executed in the best possible manner. All
new, useful inventions and improvements adopt
ed. The"highedt good of his patrons the ultima
tum of his ambition. Dec. 5, '65--tf
i llre You Afflicted with a Cough or a Cold ?
Altil YOU PRUDISIPO,4I:I) TO VON:,UNIPTION
Ire the Liu (11" Your Children in, Jer,pardy on&
den and Reptalal elliacks ni Conti, • tf
so, Purchase a Da
The Pet.ple'. Mod Sore earl Effectit.ll Teeboed s
Cultgust, CattB. Cob, ,h, Asthlmo,
Diptherict, uud Poilm.sory U,.er t da r t.
THE LLIBRICATOI: tdmedicinal preparation
the torus of vs.fLo%ettgo, which, of all modes, Li the
moat pleas:wit tend convenient, They colitain no .10,
terioud ingsedieut, and are warranted to he alka r ,
even for the weakest dual must .1,./iPitivu 0,3014 th
in Croup they Rive thittlutain ar.Lir.v. For Coughs iud
Colds they are invaluable, Fur Catarrh, Asthma awl
hionctlitid they bass no equal to the market. (rid,
Certificated HCCollth l ll.)tht.rea,h 1.01 t bipthefld, that
sheeded and Ilet+ol.6th);A thete.be they ~,stool
fully and almost irainudiatoly.
No l'ublto tituak.r, Tertthei
wit an oh d (Avis t ut u u. he volus tlioy ruuv.:bourtuniAd drol dtrangth.
4 , - Alta's). Use them in time, and if the. symptoms
are a.vere .111.1 e N ery fie, ly
.1 II fILADE•i. a CO, Propore,
Llama, N. y
F. C. WELLS h CU, 115 and 117 1. . Agents
for New York City.
FOR S.I‘E BY ALL DBuiair,:ry
bec.l2, 1866-Iy. '
Crow4 A Cough, A Cold, or A
, 4' C Sore Throat, -
eR(NCHIAL RSQLMES I , IIIPDI4T
C. 3 zhotto I, car:K. 1
17 E 7; ).:.;. "D
2:*119C0/ LoWtO To . o \ TriLt
‘c o ft Irrr(atton of the Lungy, 4
Pennaiat Throat j ) ,,.
cure. or COIIIIIV
AND tt is (fallen the
Re.t , l LT.
Baring a direct influence to the par*,
give immediate relief,
FOR BRONHHTTIS, ASTHMA, CATARRH, CONSUSIP
TIME AND THROAT DISEI9E3,
Troches are used with, always good 3 UCCe3d.
Singers and Public Speakers
Will eltld TROCHES useful In clearing the rota Si
taken before Singing or Speakutg. and reltesio„; th e
tlimit after an untienal ex3.rtion of the vocal el
The Tnocitis are recommended and preset M e d li, 1.,,,
andliave had — testlmonfals from emlnent cltu
throughout the country. Being an article of true ne.r.
it, and having ntoveo their efficacy by nte • t in 11,
years, each year Buda then, in new localities in V411.,114
parts of the world, and the TROCHES aro univer,,,; )
pronounced better thltss other ankh s.
Orrreim only MR,NCUIAL TP.OOHES, - Ml.l .11
not take any of the WORTHLESS IMITATIONS that tear
Idlered. OetD EN - EEO - A' MLLE. Nov. 21,
REMEDIAL INSTITUTE: FOR SPECIAL CA.tth,
N 0.14 Dond tlti.ect, 1, %INV York.
.1Q ' Pull information, with the highest tritinnantk
also a Book on Spacial Namur.", in a sealed enyef,us,
cent free. Afg-he en re una semi fui them. and y i, /iii
not regret it; turas adverttoing,phymmant are genemß)
impostors, without relei ences nu stranger should i e
trusted. Enclose a stamp tur postago, and direct to DI:
LAWRENCE, NO. 14 BOND STREW'', NEW YORK
Nov. 21,1866.1 y.
TRANGE, BUT PBUIth---Every young lady and lola.
tleruan in the United State. Cu, hear something to
their asiyantago by leturu twin ifregol ilhirtget In at
ilrea,thigt the untleraigne,i Those haying I o f 1,0, 4
hninbugtgecl will please "bilge by' not notiotigtl.l.-
All others will please addrtrciptheir,
THUS F CH APM AN
831, Broadway, New York
- P - NDRODS OF YOUTII.—A ilentlemau who authred
124 col years front Nervon, Dobdtty, Premature be, uy
And all the etfect,ut yuuthfnl indibcretion, a 11. fir
Baku ut suffering humanity, bend frde to ill d
it, the reeii. .tud dirt -0143114 ter melung the bitaple I,la
edy by e bell hr ‘N.II cured. Sullerei, ui.htng to Hunt
by the advertiser's viportenc.• ran du bo iii adds eeettig
JUHN E IAIDEN, Cli.antbert-,t ,N V.
0 CONSUNIPTIVES.—Th ti
e .elver , el having n,n
I nstore.l to health 111 A Ir, e, ,k,, hs ~ vs r, , „pi,
remedy, after having sutlei k - . 1 ler Yes oral tutu' * th 11
severe lupg Alleetiou and that dread tiLlease,Cousumv
tlo.-14311XheIs to lotAki, 1.11.,,,11 5" Ili', 1011.55 155511,T01ti
the means el , ate
To all Nell., desire It. lie It ill ,end a t epe of the pt
script iiiii uvod, free tit chat 6,, tt all the 41[ret
preparing .‘qd using the netee. whit II they still anal a
,uta ,tire lot eunellteptlull, Anal en, itlele.liltla.Lou,ill.l
and Colds,.flol all throat and lung adeLllonn The el/ly
abject of the athertiser m aending the hest: flown 15
to benefit the afflicted anal spread Information a Int h ha
coneeis eh to be Invaluable. and 110 hopes every ,liffor.•r
wilt ITy We re...41y, as it sill cost thellll uothun;
ni.ty prove 1.108.41114 Partied WISI/Illy thu pfenrllllllue
FeLE, Its I court wad, tt II pluttto addle-, It, Lb.
1 1 ; A ICD A . tt • t ,t 7.1 Tt t` 11 .
pap. 31. 'ttee-ly]
RI NG-BON 1, SPAVIN, IV IN D-tiA LLS,
Oil 1.10C33m, ILIDICALLY HDol PE.IOIAMCNTLI CI y
the use of
This medicine Wits established SS years ago, and iii
never been known to fail, litre it a hough, trial
sale by W. D. TERI; ELL & CO— Corning, .N
D. S. Barnes Co., Agents, New York. t:l7,,ir. in,
CONFESSIONS h EXPERIENCE OF AN Pi
VALlD.—Pnlillitted for the Genera and as a cAuti a
to young men and otheis.mlio nutter Iron, ~ , ery.us Ce
bility, Premature rice. , of Manhood,
the same time the means of sell-cure. By our who be,
cored himself after undergoing considerable yet, Ku)
By enclosing a postpaid a ddressed g a vel o p e ,
les, free of charge. may he had of the author.
NATHANIEL, MAYFAIR, Esy.. Brooklyn. Kin..l Ce
N. Y. [Jan. 31. 't..5-1)
ITCH! ITCH! ITC H!
SCRATCH' SCRATCH ! SCRATCH!
Alen ernes SALT Rif RUM, ULCERS, CHILIti !INS.
and all EICCRIIONS Of THE SION. Pane 801.
For drug - wits. By sending dU ,Lott .0
WEEKS io POTTER, Sole Agents. WO id.
Boston. it will be Corn ardell by curd, free of pottage,
to any part of the Untied States.
June et,ISCO._ sp. notice ly.
- - - -
2 000 - A YEAR , made by any one with
Stencil 'Purls. Nu expe rt .
euce necessary. The President», Cashiers: and
Treasurers of 8 Ranks indorse the circular. Seat
free with samples. 4ddrees the American Sten.
cit Tool Works, Springfield, Vermont.
Dec. 5, 1866—fics
GENTS WANTED—Fur Frank Moore's use
work, Women of the,Wisr." Agents ;MI
Lind this a book of real merit and intrinsic voles
—subject new—intensely interesting and mat
ting. No work ever attracted and engat.ed the
public miTiiirlikei - ffii7; — Everytiotij - n ants it, and
thousands will purcheee it as soon as arl opper•
tunity is afforded thew. Read whet agents say
One experienced agent writes: "It is the ea.
siest and pleasantest book to sell" ever canvassed
for; people are delighted with it, the ladies 53-
,Another says : " Women of the War is ti t
book of the season." Another, " 137 orders
iu lour days."
L. A. GARDNER
One reports 17 orders the arst day of canva:e•
Intelligent, active males or females !i3,1
the sale et this work a pleasant and luer.vil.e
employment. This book has no competitor — t
comes fresh and new to the people. The terntory
is clean and clear. Agents understand toe ad
vantages in this particular. For full partnat4r 2
send for circular. Address
A FARM of one hundred anti fifty
Elossburg, fifty acres. clearer} and the bal
ance timber land; about 80 acres river bottom ,
railroad running through it, house, barn and ap•
pie orchard thereon. acres neat
Also, twenty-six acres near Cherry Flans,
-about eight acres cleared and the balance c ,,, -
ereil with pine and other timber, a house and a
few fruit trees thereon.
Also, a house and IA in Wellsboro. .41 ,1 ) I 'v
letter or otherwise to S 11. Wetmore, near
burg on the peetniiies, or to the vtitricrilKr
Wellsboro. ED. IVETNIORE.
Dec. 5, 13611—tf
L'TERS .f Administration having beds
granted upon the estate of Rufus Daggett.
lat., of Jackson, deo d, all persons inileitted
said estate, and all having ulainis arant:t th ,
salve will call at once and settle with
T. J. 811,1DBURS, Adla'r•
Wells, Bradfd t rd ea., Pa.. Dec. 5. 'V, dw.
FALL BROOK COAL.--The iin•leosicPc• •
having make arratip•tuents to furnish I
• bythe TON or CAR I.OAD. coarse or tine, PlK—
itsthe patronage .it Ulu public.
ALSO—has constantly on hand, a large stc , : •l
of CARRIAGE BOLTS, Lte., at wholesare 3,2
retail. jgelr• BLACESMITIIING of
dune in the beet manner. S. AI. GEER.
Tioga, Dac. 1, 1886—te.-
s . Phb lAL
Itoof'y Ringbong Sporn (',re
Will cure the itch in 48 Hours.
• . • .
- S. S. SCRANTON A ff
Dcc. 5-3 t 121; Asylum St..