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HEINZ VON STEIN
Oat rode from the wild, dark forest
Thaturribla Ilene Von Stein;
He pained at the door of a tavern
And gazed at tho swingiag sign.
He sat himself down In a corner,
And growled for • bottle of wine;
rp came, with a bottle and corkscrew
A maiden of beauty divine.
'lb= he sighed with a deep lore-longiilli
dudesid,'' Oh, deincrieelle minq
Eapposs you just give n fevr kisses
- To the valorous Ritter Von Stein.'
And she answered.= The kissing business
Is entirely out of ray the;
And certainly not begin h
On a few so ngly as thine
Oh, then the bold knight was angry
And darted both lona and fine,
Said asked her hole ranch was the swindle
rot her eonr and natty wive.
Axel fiercely ho rode to his castle,
And sat himself down to dine;
And thi; is the terrible legend
Of the dreedfal Heinz Von stein
A GREAT FARMER'S MAXIMS.—The
successful life of Mr. Jacob Strewn, the
prince of American farmers, is attribu
table to the close observance of the fol
lowing.maxims, originated by himself.
When you wakeup, do not roll over,
but roll out. It wilt give you time to
ditch all your sloughs, break them up,
harrow them, and sow them with tim
othy and red clover. One bushel of
clover to two bushels of timothy is
Make yciur fences high, tight, and
strong, so that it will keep cattle and
pigs out. If you have brush, make your
lots secure, and keep your logs from the
cattle, for if the corn is el an they will
eat it better than if it is nq
Be sure to get your hands to bed by
seven o'clock ; they will rise early by
force of circumstances. Pay a hand, if
he is a poor hand, all you promise him !
if he is a good one, pay him a little over.
It will encourage him to do still better.
Always feed your hands as well as
you doyourself., for the laboring men
are the bone and sinew of the land, and
ought to be well treated.
I am satisfied that getting up early,
industry and regular habits, are the best
medicines ever prescribed for health.
When rainy, bad weather comes, so
that you cannot work out of doors; cut
and split your wood.
Make your tracks, fixing your fences
or a gate that is off its hinges, or weath
erboarding your barn where the wind
has blown the siding off, or patching
the roof of your barn or house.
Study your interests closely, and do
not spend no time electing Presidents,
senators, and other small officers, or
talking of hard times when spending
your time whittling dry-goods boxes.
Take yOUr time and make calculations
—don't do• things In a hurry, but do
them at the right time, and keep your
mind as well as your body employed.
CorI3,AGE n: EVERY DAY LlTE.—Have
the courage to do without that which
you do not really deed, however much
your eyes may covet it.
Have the courage to show your re
spect for honesty in whatever guise it
appears • and your contempt for dis
honest duplicity by whomsoever ex
Have the courage to wear your old
clothes until you can pay for new ones.
Have the courage to obey your Maker
at the risk of being ridiculed by man.
Have the courage to prefer comfort
and propriety to fashion in all things.
Have the courage to acknowledge
your ignorance rather than to seek cred
it for knowledge under false pretences.
Have courage to provide entertain
ment for your friends within your
Our little four year- . old Carrie went
with her aunt to a revival meeting.
The preacher was very earnest in his
delivery, and .he was very much inter
ested. " Mother," d she when she
came - home, " I d such— a smart
minister—he star i, and pounded and
made such a noise: and by and by, he
got so mad he came out of the pulpit
and Shook his fists at the folks, and
there wasn't any body dared to gonp
and fight him !"
CENTRE OF ATTRACTION IS AT
C. S. MATHER & 1 0i
Would announce to the good people of Tioga
County that they have just returned from New
York with their second full stock of
FALL S. WINTER GOODS,
embracing all the noreltiee a. well as - the nub
DRESS GOODS in at/ varieties, ST A.PLE
& FANCY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
& BEST FRENCH WOVE COR
SETS, . GLOVES Alm HO
SIERY, YANKEE NO
TIONS, &c., &c.
U I - .LtbTT
MINS, CONY, and .Siberian Squirrel
The largest Stock of
CLOTHS & CASSIMERES in the county
READY MADE CLOTHING, and
CLOTHING made to order super
' intended by first elate workmen.
SHOD MADE BOOTS & SHOES in end
less variety, HATS & CAPS
to suit all 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 as in qual
ity and price. For further particulars call at the
store of C. S. MATHER k CO.
Lawrenoerille, Deo. 19, 1866.
PRICES FULLY REDUCED FROM 15
TO 25 PER CENT. IN THE
LAST TEN DAYS!
TEE subscriber having purchased largely at
the late bankrupt sales in New York, is
happy to inform the inhabitants of Tioga County
that he is now prepared to offer
to CASH PURCHASERS.
Amongst his Stock of Dross Goods, still be
Warrsated all Wool at es. per yard. -
RICH POPLINS & EMPRESS CLOTHS,
At $l.OO per yard.
LADIES BEAVER CLOAKING'S,
All Wool, at 20e. per yerif.
An seam variety of
HOOP & BALMORA.L SKIRTS, FLAN
NELS, SHAWLS, BLANKETS,
TABLE LINENS, HAND
KERCHIEFS, LADIES' MISSES,
AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
All of which will be found remarkably cheap
All are invited to call and examine the Goode.
Wellaboro, Noy. 28, '6B. T. I3ARD/381.
1866. FOR SALE. 1866.
B. C. WICKUAM,
NAMENTAL UEINIT NURSERY
60,000 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A jzcod supply of PLUM, PEACH. CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES A SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees arc composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy. some of them large and
in bearing. Any one wishing to got a supply
will do well to call and sec my stock before per
chuing elsewhere. 03- Delivered at the depot
free of charge. ,
Tioga, Feb. 28,180—Ws ,
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND J. W.
BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED PATENT
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE
THE wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any lady Wearing the Duplex Elliptic
Skirt, will be experienced particularly In all crowded
assemblies, operas, cerriague, railroad can, church pews,
arm chairs, for promenade and house dress, an the skirt
Mn be folded when in nee to occupy a small place an
easily and conveniently as a silk or muslin dress,l an in.
valuable quality In crinoline, not found in any single
A lady having enjoyed ho pleasure, comfort and
great conrenletiee of wearing the duplex elliptic steel
ennui; skirt fora single day-. will' never afterwards will-
Inmy dtepease wltlttheir use. For children, afteseestud
young ladles they are superior to all other..
They will not tend or break like the single spring,
but' will preserve their perfect and graceful shone when
three or tour ordinary ekirts will hare been thrown
mule mi useless. The hoops arecorered with double and
twisted thread, and the bottom rods a, not only dou
ble springs, but twice (er Oolitic) coveted; prarentiug
them from welting out when dtakriug down..stoopsy
TheD uplez Elliptic is a great favorite ulth all Indies,
and Is univereally recommended by the 111111i011 maga
elnes.ll, the standard skirt of the fashionable tumid.
To enjoy tho following inestimable advantages, to
minoline, VP], mmerlor quality, perfeet manUtacture,
etyhell shape and finish. durability. comfort
and economy inonre for d, Nti- Bradley's IJuplea Ellin
tie ,or idonbla spring skirt. and be sato you get the gen•
CAUTION —To guard against imposition. be partica
lar to notice that skirts offered as •• duplex" have the
red int stamp, viz: ".I. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic
Steerflprings," upon the waistband—none others are
genuine Also notice that every hoop will admit * pin
being passed through the center, thus revealing the
two (or double) springs braided together therein, which
to the secret of their flexibility and strength, and a com
bination not to be fonld in any other skirt.
For sale in all Mores where first class skirts are sold
Throughout the United States and elsewhere Mann
-factored by the solo owners of tho patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY 1. CARY,
0c17,3in 97 Chambers S 79 k 81 Reads err .N Y.
AIR. WILLIAM ROBERTS begs to
/TA- announce to the citizens of Logo County,
that in addition to his excellent stock of Stores,
Tin-Ware, Erittania, and. Shliet-Iron Ware, he
has, at a great outlay, stocked his store on
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
with a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which wo onumerate the following artioles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
PUMPS, AK FS,
BITT•STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
• TREES, ELLIP
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
8: BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STAFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PISTOL CARTRIDGES, _
PATENT BARNDOOR RAN WINGS
a new thing, and made for use. Those are but a
few of the many articles eotaposing - our Wok
We invite the public to call and:examlne for
themselves. We aim te keep dui best quality of
goods in our line : andi all work to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM 'IAOBfiRTS•
Wellaboro, Sept. 1, 1566-tf.
Planing & Turning.
B. T. VAN HORN,
now got rep
a h r i e s d n i e o w le l r o t r oz ra in fo orr at tLon ei
'Pare promptly and in the best style of workman
ship. Having procured a
11. e is ready to dress boards or plakwlth dispatch.
SCROLL-WORK & BIACKETS,
Tarnished to order. Hie machines are of the new.
eat and most improved patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Wain Sts, WELLS.
Oct. 31, 3.866-tf. B. T: VAN HORN.
NEW FLOUR, GROCERY, AND PRO
- VISION STORE. .
Edwin B. Carvey,
Is ready to furnish cuotomore with
FLOUR, COMMON TO BEST, PORK,
HAMS, MACKEREL, WHITE
" FISH, CODFISH, AND
PRIME GROCERIES OF A LL KINDS.
pa` Next door to Converse's store.
Welleboro, Dee. 12, IS6B—Iy.
PLATED WARE—cake baskets, cud bask
eta, castors, 1113 gar bowls, etc., at
FOLNY hal some more of those fine American
watches, at No. 5 union Blot*.
GENEHAL wholesale agent forth° Celebrated
r PATENT PLATE PIANOS• manufactured
by DECKER BROS., CIIICKERING A SON'S
PIANOS, lIAINES SRO'S PIANOS, MASON
A HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS, and Treat,
Linsley A Co's Melodeoos.
Orders from dealers and Teachers especially
solicited. Address • L. N. POWELL,
July 20. 116 Palma Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Rand Power Loom!-Patented 1866.
ALL persous loterested In the prodUction of preset
sal machinery into our country, are requested to
investigate the merit. of
HENDEPION'S WAND POWER LOOM.
This loom will do all kinds of hand weaving.
It will weave Jenne, blankets, plain cloth, satinet,
kersey, flannel, seamless sack, double width blanket&
or any kind of cotton, wool, or flag cloth. It treads the
treadles, throws the shuttle, lets off the web, and taints
up the cloth. It makes tho upper eked as the batten
comes forward, and beats up the filling after the mum
is made. making better cloth and better selvage than
can be made in any other way.
It is the only hand loom that is suitable
for wearing l000k•
... - -
se no loom thafinatet anbtne - sued - as the batten COOS
back, will weave wool satisfactorily.
It has no strive to etretch and get ant of order; hen
treadles at both sides of the loom, making the shed
complete at both side..
This loom is made to weave the different kinds of
cloth, by simply changing the pine that make the up.
Township rights for sale: Calf at TVelleborg, Vogt
county, Pa-, and see a full sired loom in operation. Or
dere for looms solicited LEWIS WETMORE,
Wellsboro„ May 2, A. F. PACKARD.
Card, Staples dk, Son,
ARE PREPARED TO SOLI, AS tHLEAP
as any deiderifin the colibly;a general 'as
sortment of ,- - r .
. • __ • _
DRY GOODS.: GROCERIES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING. HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS a: SHOES, FUR
EARTHERN, STONE, AND GLASS WARE,
, • - - - . . ,
in short, everything - risually kept in a eOn.nfri
store, all of which will be sold as low as else
READY PA'Y" ONLY!
No trouble to Show
, Goods., .- - -*
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES. ,
~ • _
TAPLES A, CO., grateful o\
old patrons for
Spast favors, hope for a continuance of the
same. Having formed a copartnership with G.
P. CARD; they feel confident that they can do
better than ever teems's tbo new firm will kw,
a larger assortment. .
CARD, STAPLES it SON.. :
Keeneyviile, Feb. 21, 1866.+-Iy.
Hartman's Safety Bridle and Lines.
AMOST valuable article for all who drive hor
ses. See "Agriculturist" for March, 1856.
Recommended by Wilkes, of the Spirit of tag
Times; Bonner, of the New Ybrk Ledger, and
many otletr celebrated horsemen.
The unbeeriber owns the patent for Tioga,Bus.
quehanna and Bradford counties. Indivival or
township rights for sale, on favorable terms.'
Harness makers who wish to make the lineefor
their-customers who buy individual rights, will
be dealt with liberally.
By a slight alteration, the safety lines may be
attached toalmost 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.
Wellsboro, Sept. 5, /856-tf
WHOLDSILE DREG STORE.
Y,• ; ti
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
TRATED MEDICINES, CIN-
CINNATI WINES AND
KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, TEOOIIM T
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
AND DYE COLORS,
Sold at Wholesale Prima Buyers are requested
to call and get quotations before going further
W. D. TERBELL & CO
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1,1866-1 y
Ati6D •. aiLsrlAitt
00 BTORSD.--Jcuit published, a new
odliM y o o n n of he Dr. Clilarge . ll ( • . aZ. h e . leb t rated
lobe) of Spermatorrhces, or seminal 9 ;eakness, Inv&
notary Seminal Lanes, Impotency. Mantel and Rual.
cal Incapacity. Impedimenta to Marriage, etc; also
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits induced by self. Th.
diligence or sexual extravagance.
Nor Price in et sealed envelope, only d touts.
The celebrated author to this admirable essay clearly
demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful practice,
that the alarming consequences of seLbabusis may be
radically cured without tho dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife—pointing out
a mode of care at once simple, certain, and effectual,
by means of which every sufferer, no matter whet his
condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately,
This lecture should be in the bands of every youth
and ever, man in the land.
Seat, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address
post-paid, en receipt of six cents, or two poet stamps.
Address the publishers.
CHAS. J. C. BURS & CO
Jan. 2-Sm. 127 Bovre.y, New York, EO. Sox, 4510.
RICH Bohemian Glass Vases, at
DRUGS FOR THE ILILLIGST.
UTEBB'S DRUG STORE.—The und.rag.-
TrasiegtrQUY 11131°81N 4M te hie ns .
tuned the entire centrota the
DRUG & CHEMICAL STOIttE,
Second door below Holliday's Hotel, which he
hos fitted ripSoflbippqrse, art 4 hOing Ismip
increased hiiittiiik eowpreparedtofainisbhie
old customers and all others with
PPR DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT
MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS,
;PURE VINES- AND .
FOR MEDICINAL' USE
almost every s4stiolskla be fond in "an establiih.
Meat of tbia. Inch aa
- B. -
Horscl, owoer, ,Coal Oil,
Linseed 61; Glass;
Paints, Putty, Sponges,
A great collection
of the best
Perfumery Manufactured, Toilet
Soaps of various kinds, and
good 4Wty, Tobacco
Of the moat approved Brands always on bawd
He siikiiiiiillihis'ittention 6f th6,publie to
his splendid stook of
N tions, consisting of Hair, Tooth,
Paint Pleah a.ndNailßrush
es, Cutlery, Pipes, Drink.
Chess & Backgammon Board, Chess,
Dominoes, 4ke. Also a large
assornneut of Toys for
Partieular attention will ba given to Pre.
paring Physicians' Prescriptions and Fatally
Recipes. Satisfaction given to all who favorldm
with their patronage. R. B. iirEBD,
Aug. I, 1888. Druggist.
Not continue to limp along through the world
tee the lame are made to walk. Do not allow
yourself to suffer contlnnally from the innumer.
able aches and pains which are 40 prevalent at
this season of the year, because you do not
or will not believe that they can be cured. If
you inquire into this matter a little, you will find
that many poor malLerers from
Min found welcome relief by 'ming a new and
powerful remedy called Balutw. Savare
back, are cared with wOadatial *Mal and certain.
ty by this powerful medicine. Many persona who
have not for years been entirely free from
have derived great benefit from its use. Indeed
the fialutifer Is now so extensively used, and has
been so uniformly numessful, that no doubt
- CAN -
any ionveristiaf of its nsethlness. In fact no
other medicine can
found which in so allortanisaa-has attained sub
unparalleled success. It is used for all those dia.
ewes which require an external application as •
amanita irritant, inch as Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Aniasy, Sore Throat, Crick in the back, Numb
neu of the limbs, Chilblains, Pleurisy, and many
claw severe el* troublesome dillieulties, which
an often _
and always %Witted by such an application.—
In many families, violet base been in induced to
this valuable medicine, it has become a house
hold necessity, They would as soon forget their
Camphor or Aruba, u their bottle of
s sold by all dealers In medicine at 50 cents
per bottle.. Orders from dealers shoald be ad
drained to W. D. 'Parboil A- Co., Wholesale Drug
gists, Corning, N. Y., W. H. Gregg & Co., Whole
sale Druggists, Elmira, N. Y., or to J. A. Roy,
.Draggist, Wellsboro, Pa.
For. 14, 1860.
WOULD announce to the citizens of Wellsbo•
to end surrounding country, that - he bu
opened a shop on the eorner of Water and Cut
ton streets, for the purpose of manufacturing all
..REPAIRING AND TURNING DONE
to order. COFFINS of all kinds furnished on
short notice. All work done promptly and ware
ranted. - • Ireileboro, June 27,1866.
TOB-WORK, IN TEE BUT STTIL and
ILI with despateh,st TUB AGITATOR Mee.
Drugs, ffiedlu ti-
- 4 , 1 o'4 `• ' •
• . -
Tr - RiPriqopw*Wiiiiinir44hieetookof Pore
DerAfiXo4l6 l theiniails,
. ''' . II I INES AND LIQUORS;
for Medicinal and Sacremental nie • also all the
popular Patent Medicines, Paints, Vanlshas, OW,
tee, hit kinds of brushes, Dye Colors, Dye Woods
iStil Stuffs, - Soo Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Ponr ,
odes; Cosmetics, de,
STATIONERY, PENS, . PENCILS,
PAPER - . AND ,ENTELOPES,
Memorandum Books, Piss' Soots, de, Potash
In bulk at 16 mitt per pound,t Kerosene Oil,
'Amp Oil, Targentite, Rename, Ate.
Bradt Oatmeal and Pearl Barley at 10 cts pa?
pentad. I am sole agent in Bloesbmg for Dr.
N. Weaveee Ext.— Fireweed, and warrant it. to
care Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scanty, Pimples on
the face, and all diseases arising from impute
state of the Blood if used according to directions.
Pardonlar attention given to 'nompotuttling
Phyaician'a and *that. Preacription ;puma
tee sathsfaotiolyisothip nnatitzand rico.
Remetobei thi Store, oppotite' , he new Coal
Oo's Store, Blossburg, Pa.
J. ,L, BELDEN
Aug. 15, 1666-tf•
C . & N. RADIidOND'S NIIRSERY.-:-
Middlebury, llOga Co., Pa.,
Situated on the Plank Road, 4 miles from Tioga.
We are prepared to furnish 100,000 Fruit Trues
at the following prices :
Appletrees—large airs, 26 oents at the Nursery;
80 ants delivered. Common size, 20 cents at the
Nursery, 26 cents delivered. Pear Trees, 60 ets.
. - Errusten Aver...ea.—Burnham Harvest, Early
Harvest, Chenango Strawberry, Washington
Strawberry, Red Astrachan, Summer Bellflower,
Summer Queen, Summer King, Sweet Bow, Sour
Fitt Arst.sa.—i?ameuse Gravenstein, Rambo,
Ribston Pippin, Pall Pippin,. Republican Pippin,
Hawley or Douse, Maiden's Blush, Large Wine,
Ladies' Sweating, Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet.
Wterna APPLlll.—Baldwin Bailey Sweet,
Black Gilltlower, Blue Pearmain, American Gol
den Russet, Roxbury Russet,Rhode Island Green
ing, Elopes Spitlenburg, Swear, Sweet GLUflower,
Sam Siree4, Honey Greening, Honey. Sweet,
Pound Sweet, Pound Sour, Peck'a Pleasant, Tall
man Sweet, Tompkins Co. King, Wagner.
Ptans.--Bitrtlett, English Jargenelle, 131eakeem
Meadew, Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Sockel, Beam D'Amalis, Golden Beurre,Plareish
Beauty, Clout Marceau, Lawrence.
Also—Siberian Crab, Quinces, and Grape roots
—several varieties. C. N. HAMMONB.
Middlebury, Plugs Co., Pa., Jan. 1, 1866-Iy.
Stoves & Tin Ware
FOR . THE MILLION.
Messrs. ROBERTS 4. KELSEY
OPPOSITE BOY'S BUILDING,
Ate now prepared to ferniali the public with
anything in their lino of bulimia, In quantity u
large r is quality; as good, and as cheap in price
at any &aim GsNortbetriPennsilyanis.
They pay parthmilar attention to the
STOVE AND TIN WARE BUSINESS,
and intend to keep a fall assortment of everything
In that line.
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
promptly, and warranted to give satisfaction
mewed 112 the beat manner and with dispatch
CALL AND SEE lIS.
ROBERTS & KELSEY
Wellaborougb, March 9,1886.
Flo ii Movianutimmiu gipm;) ail
Boots, Shoes, Leather if Findings.
GEO.' O. DERBY,
EA= t theid, endt, . 1 he' `b the ll
continuo the same et th e st and lately
wmakt=himae:. Goad oast** work, toads to miler
warranted, will be the Ant thing In order at this
stRI • nut *eclat attention will aliou wen, keeping
up good stock. Of
LEATHER AND FINDINGS, Such an
SOLE and UPPER,,LFNINGS, BIND
ING, PEGS, THREAD,
LASTS, AWLS, WAX, &o.;
• general way, the various incln'e usually kept
at a finding shop.
Gash geld for son, Luxe, PIM andrims ; and par.
ticalirattentlon given to the purclutSe-of veal and deis.
con skins, for which the hlghleit Market price vitt be
paid. RePLUUNci done promptly and well.
IPSO. 0. DERBY.[
Mixing so/d the stock in trade and gookbielll of the
bushoess lately conduoted by us to Mr. Derby, we cor
dially recommend him to our old customers, as a good
workman, and a square dealing man.
CHAS. W. & GAO. W. 132A.P.5.
Welleboro, May 2,1286.
gorse ad Calllo Poitiers.
•- ' ••,-, - ThLs preparation
• ... long and tasorablir
i i known, wall thar
, broken-down mid
r t:idireuitt.or g .
stomach and lutes
, - Itt. tines.
...„,...„;1 i r .., ,,
_,, It is a sum pre
rentivo of ail ells
, ..- -'"" - 'mses Incldput to
this alifmal each as LONG FEVER, GLANDS:MC
YELLOW. WA- - •.-
TEX REAVES, . ' .-'‘
COUO.EIS, DTh • -
TEMPER PE- '-
VERS; wry:in:nut -
ND VITAL .APPE
ENERGY,A.c. Its ...-
use Improves the - . '
wind, inereases , r
a smooth and.; -•` ,,,
vov oill -:
ahem. ilia--and •••,..," ....-- _ •"" . ~, .
transforms the ' -_,- -.-- i. , :* , .-" • -,' - -
miserable skeleton into a fine-looking and spirited
To keepers of Cows this preparation Is invaluable.
It increases the quantity sad Improves the quality
of the milk. It has
been reven an-
, ' :,-.,- - null experimen by t
---•4743 ,TePorr • increase the van
.l • ' City of milk and
s it , , ‘
~ cream twenty per
cent. and make the
A ...,,, a , mos,.batter Inn sad
11111 • ,:. . eyed. In fattening
. 4 4 . 14 '
--s: •- ' '' 4 =til 'e d'e lacma4 , and
-- z---- - -.1... ,- --... -- makes them thrive
In all &nesse; of Snide, aucli 43 Coughs, Linen In
the Lungs, Liver,
4 ; .
By putting from ,
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Price 25 Cent, per Parts o- f".? Papers for 81.
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11110LESRLE Drai AND MEDICINE DEPOT.
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sala by ricep4i-t, :•hre.t.t 1,4 t;,,,,gh_
out the Malted -States.
For gals by John A. Roy; %Mbar°
VIOLIN STRINGS .at .
SYMMS DRUG STORE
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP
At the People4Store, Corning, N. T.
adapted to the wants or all pluses; aad aa ora
laid la for a good stook Jost Wars Rio irate&
Imes In New York, ma arc sow otablel to as
most of oar goods at aboat
Nw Yom Pascze.
We would call loptaial Alsatian to oitt ,
stook of podifor
and the esleet limo of
FRENORMUSLINS AND ORGANDIES
eves. offered in this market. We also have a nice
LANDS' SACQUES, TALMkS AND
tooloth and allk, to which if 4) invita the attend=
of bu3rera. Oor stook of
CLOTHS AND CASsrmEßvg,
for men's and boy'a wear, is kept very fall, and
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
on short notice end in the latest style
Balmoral and SNIP SUM
of ovory varlet,
ALPACAS, POPLINS, DeLLINES,
CSALLIES, SUN UhiBRILLAS,
JEANS, COTTONAEES, MEET-
Onr Winds' for DIPZISG GOODS art UN.
SURPASS= by say in DIM similes, and we
wish it naderstood that
We do not intend to be VWDERSOLD by
We tender one thinks to the animas of Tiop
Co., who have paired:lld us and would rupee*.
fallyittitettesellito Data never done so to eau
and see us. Store opposite the Dickinson Hoes*
os 11(arkstStrest, three doors most of the corner,
and two doors east of Enngerford's Bank.
SMITH & WAITE
Corning, L. T., Nov. 21,186 e.
D. F. STONE,
TAXER this method of announcing to the cili-
Hu of But Charleston and vicinity that
he has jut toodusi a imitable stook of
TEAS, SUGARS, .COPPRE, SYRUP,
MOLASSES, TOBACCO, OIL,
Good GREEN Mt for.l2st. par lb.
SUGARS from, is. to 17 cents per lb
And everything in the
At as for rates
Ca and see es. Don't uk as fob trust, to be
plain we don't keep it. Remember the "mt.
mile that- ems to grist Manes he candibet
make "both sada meet." D. P. STONE.
Rut Chasttoe, Dee. 5,18!8-3m
'UAB putt rotomod from New York with a tall
JUL alwirtmost of
SEASONABLE DAY MS,
GROCER/ES, HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, EARTZNWARE,
HARDWARE, FLOUR, SALT,
Audamithin timidly feu& la • soastry
In tb• *aunty. atom
whist% b• is las show dims saw odor stars
COME AND SEE
Air No charge for ishowing Goods..af
Whitztepille, Sept. 28,1860.4ra.
166 NEWELL, DENTIST, MANSFIELD, Pa.,
grateful for the very liberal patronage
heretofore received, will continue so u to per.
form all dental operations, 1121 to merit the rapidly
increasing professional demands now engaged.
All operations in all departments of the profes
sion emitted in the best possible manner. All
new, useful inventions and improvements adopt.
ed. The highest good of his patrons the ultimo.
tern of his ambition. Dee. 6, '66-tf
In AND TINES OF ELDER BNEAR
DOWN.—Those who wish to seam a copy
of this ozoollont work, oast do so by calling at
this °Soo soon. Angus* 59,1664.
GM be me4o by orrery man, woman, and ebild in
tble oomety, if they will strictly adbere to the
plan of buying their goods of the well
known popaler old col:arra of
W. E. Smith's Sons.
ADDISON, N. Y.,
Mamma 4 ma MomM4 of maphs bays al
ready reaped their reward brthua doing. Every
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES ,CLOTHING,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS . , -
&c., &0., &c.,
us on band in abundanes,
OUP FOR TB MILLION
at the old Reliable Corner, the
GRAVE AND IMPORTANT INFORMA
TION TO CASH BUYERS WHO WISH
TO SPEND THEIR MONEY WHERE
TREY CAN GET THE MOST FOR IT.
W. R. SMITH'S SONS' system of keeping
an enormous stook of goods at all times of the
year, and selling them cheap—this system so oh
noxiods to big profit stores—is fairly began for
the Tall season at their store, and such a year for
dam; people good was never known before. Cer
tainly there is no good result's for swindling pri
ces new; we have had enough of them already.
The great advantage and importance of trading
for Cash or Ready pay hp fully illustrated by the
low prices now raging at the People's Store.
A YEW HOUSEHOLD WORDS FOR THE
FARMER. MECHANIC,' & PEOPLE
Buy your goods of a concern which has a big
auortment midis selling ten times as many goods
and of course can sell them as many times ohes.
-per than small concerns. We give all such ad.
vantages to oar customers.
A For mass Bo; Tams Too Tao PRI7-
slam Bras To Cuomo% moos omen
IRO MS MONET.
• Look out for big stores and big rents; big notes
and big Mai of interest and no real takers at
that—all of which is very bad as against W. B.
Smith's Sons' eitnation. Light expenses and no
rents, new goods at break-down prices, and the
good old motto of small profits. good value and
quash returns, flying to the breeze. The fast is,
the only true and certain road to fortune for the
nemehant is always to give his customers, as we
do. themost he can for his money, and depend on
tares Wes for his profits. Again, our popular
sad legitimate system of dealing, buying strictly
for Nab. always having cash in band, render as
masters of the situation when a drop comes In the
Never before was there such a tempt
ing lot of goods, at low priees, as
W. Smith's Sons can
and will showfrom this
Oor stook of Dry Goods and Clothing can't be
beat, and no onstomer who is in the right shape,
war leaves the store_without buying, and none
who care what they say, will make the assertion
that they can buy go od s elsewhere as cheap. We
keep the largest stook of
BOOTS AND snow HATSAND CAPS
that Is kept in the county. Cell, if nothing more
than to Bee the CHEAP GOODS on the anxious
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
at rtdnons low rate". Tho cottage and palace can
bo repienithodlor a long now, by calling on the
CROCKERY, WALL PAPER,
and a thousand other articles can be found; and
no one who sees them can help buying. We
senufsatere all the CLOTRIBOwe fall. Every
well dressed man hap his harness of William R.
Baritieliffons. We also make to order. Oar Cane
is mardsts of his art ; he stands down the ball for
no aum who wields the shears for a livelihood;
his fits sunk the deformed.
ire keep Park, Flour and &zit,
always as low or less than market rates.
It is more than ever the duty of every man
and woman to call here before buying, sad look
through the stock oftempting goods and bargains,
as no one can imagine or form any ides how
great a difference there Is between the prices of
goods bought for cash and prices of goods else.
where bought for notes that are not paid promptly.
The safest thing for all buyers who want the
lowest notch in goods, is to call sod get W. R.
Smith's Sons' prices, and take around in your
pockets to compare. A great many stores will
get the void shoulder after you visit the Old Cor
ner whers they work for their customers.
You cannot mistake the place, as it occupies
the room of four storm, immediately on the Brie
railway, and the rush is constantly going on.
Call, If for nothing more than to sea how Wis
spike the rms. Yours, truly.
W. FL 13111:121P8 130N11.
Addison. N. Y., Bent 8,1866.
.1/4 ' TIEATEL.
On and atter Monday, N0v,19, 19136, taln• willies - re
Corning at the following Yours:
28 a. m , fixpress Had. Sundays excepted. rGi Bala
10, Salamanca, and Dunkirk. connecting with trains
(or the West.
7:12a m Night kiln en, Sandays excepted, for Entisio,
Salamanca, and Dunkirk, making direct connection
with trains of the Atlantic & Great Western, Like
Shore, and Grand Trunk Railways, fossil points Wen.
7:43 a. m.,Nlght Express, Deily, for Buffalo, Salamanca,
Dunkirk and the West.
740m. ' Mnfl
Trnin. Sninlays i.
exorpted, for Rorbr
tar andentrato, via Avon.
lin.ts a. m. 31011 Trnln, Snniinyo exceptsd, for Buffalo
t. 16 p. m. Baltimore Livens, Sundays esreyted, fLr
Rochester and Sv!Melo, era area.
530 D. In., Rotiaraat suds, Daily, for the West
117 p. m.. Day Impress. Sundays =opted. for Std
Salamanca and the Wart, connecting at Salamanca
with the Atlantic I Great Western Unsay, and
at gathdo irtth the labs Mow and Grand Trash
Battvtya tor points van and south.
'FOS pm Day Iftprasaftuertlays emended, toe Docheatfr
125 p m Way Preight, Sundays excepted.
12:16 a. m., Night 'Express, Dosly,connoetlng at Elmira
tar Canancbdos, also for Harrisburg. Philadelphia,
and Sontb, at Graycourt for lVareuck. and at Ny'
Tort with afternoon trains and steamers for Boston
sad New England Cities.
&611 a. m., Cluelunatl Express. Mondays excepted, con.
meting at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for
Syracuse; at Great Bend for Scranton. Philadelphia,
and Trenton; at Lackawasen for Hawley.and at Gray.
court for Newburg and Warwick.
1040 a. at, Day Expre3a, Sundays excepted, connectint
at Elmira for Canandaigua, at Binghamton for Byra
caw, at Great Bend for Scranton, at Lackagraxon f
Ilateley, and at Jersey City with 73:dd:tight Expee,,
Train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Bae:,.
more and Washington.
10.45 am Accommodation Train dilly.
1230 p. m. way Yreight, Sandays excepted.
IWO p. m., Baltinsare Sxpresa, Sunday► ft:melded.
LID p m., New York and Baltimore Mall, Sunday. ex
cepted, connecting . at Elmira for liarrisburgb, Phila
delphia, and. South.
.05 p 432 Lightning Express, Sundays excepted, con•
necting at Jersey City with morning express train of
New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Washington,
and at New York with morning tapress trains for
Heston and the East.
WII. R. BARB,
Goal PUN, Agent.
Blossßurg & Corning, & Tioga 8. R.
Leave Corning. Arrire.
....... 8 15 a m lieul, 5 15pm
Ancommodatron,....B 10 p mjAcconunociation,lo 16 a m
L. H. SHATIRCE, Sart
Philadelphia & Uri& 8. 2.
Trains will SIT. and depart at Williamsport as follows
Erie Mall Train 10 10 p int Erie Mall Trida..7 15 a m
litsprem Train.-4 60 a m Erie Rem Trahan 46 p m
Elmira Mall Train 835 a m Elmira Mall Train 866 p m
Pastengwr Cars tan through on the Erie Mail and kr
pram Trains without chant:Al:4a miss between Phil&
da]phis and Err.
NEW TOILE CONNECTION.
Lam, Neu , Tart at S a m, arrive at I:ria 9.30 a- m
Leave. NaelYork at 5 00 p m, arrive at Erie 7 15 p
Lave Erie at 5.30 p at, arrive at New York 4.40 p m
Laura Erie at 10 25 a m, larlYe at Yew York 10 10 a m
A. L. TTIB, Gate/ Sopt.
Northern Central IL lit
TRAINS POR THE NORTH.
Trains fur Canandaguia leave 'Ultra u follows
Salmis (Wiest Wahl co =adj. .....
Way ir - eight, [passenger emelt attacheg.
TEAM YOB TIM SOUTH_
Trainstor WMissosport, Baltimore and Bidladsbbis
Ac., lease Bestirs as follows,
..The Express train "'Mat leases for the Borth at
n. 45 am, nun turough dine. from Williamsport to
Cum:Wavle.. Tho Express which leases Elmira fur
Williamsport at 530 p or, b the through train south
from Canandagnia. J. 5i DIIAILET, Chm'l Supt.
Atlantic and Grant Western E. W
Expreas . ....._.I2J Accommodation,
Bapress ......11.00 Ewers
At Cory there Is • Junntlon with the Phibedalplio
Rria, sad Cif Creek Rail Roads.
At Meadville with the 'Franklin and Oil City and
At Leavittaburgo tha Maloontny Branch make. • di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connect a with
Claveland and Pitteburgls Bailment.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Cislion,
Marlon, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting various rail
roads, nod terminates at Cincinnati. D. McI,..LILYN,
Gen-Rept., Meadville, I'a.
DEERFIELD WOOLEN FACTORY,
THE ONDERSIGED having purchased
vIL the well known Woolen Factory of Messrs.
E. t B. S. Bowen on the Cowanesque River, two
miles east of Knoxville, takes this method of
informing the inhabitants of Tioga and adjoining
counties that he will manufacture wool by the
yard or on shares to suit customers, unto
FLANNELS, CASSIBIERBB. DOE-SKINS,
FULL CLOTHS, of all kinds.
The machinery has bean thoroughly repairers
and now machinery added thereto, alio an im.
proved new wheel which wilienable him to work
the entire season. He will pay particular atten
gollearding & Cloth Dressing,
Which will be done in the neatest possible man
tier, haring added one new Roll Machine, will
enable him to dispatch and accommodate people
froth a distance. Be would farther say that he
haeicarried on the business in manufacturing
wodi for farmers in Bradford and adjoining
counties for the past twenty years; be therefore
can warrant all work and satisfy his customers,
using nothing in manufacturing bet genuine
wool. JO3BPII INGHAM.
Deerfield, Jan. I, IS tl6—ry.
ANDREW J. TIPPLE, baying recently
purchased Air. Wm. Townsend's interest in the
31E A T MARKET,
would say to the citizens of Wellaboro and vicinity
that he will continue the business at the oldEoret
stand—giring his entire attention In supplying
the wants of all who may favor him with their
patronage. Constantly on band
FRESH MEATS OF ALL SODS.
Shop one Door South of Derby's Shoe Shop.
WeUsboro, Sept. 28, 1866 -tf.
W ELL SBOROUGH
FIRE, LIFE &MUNI%
W. H. SMITH,
GENERAL POLICY AGENT FOR TI
OGA COUNTY, PA.
CatA Capital. Atm..
Home, N. Y , 12,000,000 13,589,817
North American, Philad'a, 1,000,000 731,000
Putnam, .... 600,000
Farmers' Mutual, Middle Penna... ...... 357,402 02
Lycoming Mutual, Money, Pa.
Columbia Mutual, Lancaster, Pa.
Globe Mutual, Life, N. Y. City, 600,000
N.Y. Accidental 500,000
Travelers' Accidental, Hartford, 500,000
Equitable Life Assuranoo Society.
Non-Hazardous, Huardous, end Extra-Haz
sedous Risks taken at reasonable rates. Policies
Issued, and all Losses adjusted at this °Aloe.
W. H. SMITH, Wellabore, Pa.
Tioga Marble Works.
D. CALETS3, late of the firm of Calk
. iris a Conklin, is now prepared to exe
cute all orders for Tomb Stones and Monuments,
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE,
of the latest style and approved workmanship,
and with dispatoh.
He keeps itonstantly on hand both kinds of
Burble and will be able to Indian who may favor
him with their orders, on as reasonable terms as
can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with root and dirt cleaned
and made to look as good as new.
BARITE"( ADAMS, of Charleston, is my Agent,
and all contract , made with him will be tilled by
me at shop prices- If. D. CALKING.
Tiogn, Dec. 19,1866-1 y
U. S. CLAIM AGENCY,
For the Collection of
Army and 'Alm Claims and PeastoU.
TutE NEW BOrNTY LAW po•se*l July ffi, WV% re!
two 31Inkt them l ears' soldier,. extra 14:43nt3t.
In your ditchatgee.
OFFICERS' EXTRA PAY.
Three mouths' extra pay proper to volunteer oaken
who were in service Ilarch 3,1865.
• PENSIONS ISCRKASED
To sB who have lost • limb and who hare been pet
neatly and totally disabled.
All other Government claims prosecuted.
JEROME a. yais.
. 710 am