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SOON 'WE'LL HEST
A little tinter- . and we shall rest
Flom id the ifis of life;
A little time—and then will cease
Its joys, its cares, and strife.
144 l'earn's wild throbbing will be still,
Its sestbws longings cease; • -
Who'll -Weep that we are sleeping thin.
'Nesth the green sod in peace ?
Oh, ahonld there - be one tering heart
Thus kindly beat for toe—
Refreshing with a silent tear
The flowers of memory—
Fit bend me from the home of light.
If each tome be given,
And be that epirire guiding atar,
To bring it up to Hessen.
ACCIDENTS OF SPEECH.—Pat has long
labored - under the imputation of making
more "accidents" with the tongue than
any of his fellow mortals, but it can be
very readily shown that the "bull" is
not necessarily indigenous to Irish soil.
A Frenchman named Caliou, who
died in Paris not many years ago, was
remarkable for a bovine tendency.
There is a letter of his in existence, as
"My dear friend—l left my knife at
your lodgings yesterday. Pray, send it
to me, if you find it. Yours Callon.
P. H. Never mind s.ending the knife;
I have found It."
There is a note to hia wife, which he
sent home with a basket of provisions,
the postscript to which read :
"lou will find my letter at the bot
tom of the basket; if you should fail-to
do so, let me know as soon as possible."
"It is said of this same - character,that
on one occasion he took a lighted taper
to find his way down stairs without ac
cident, and after getting down brought
it back with thanks, leaving h'rnelf at
the top of the stairs in the dark as at
It was a Scotch woman who said that
the butcher of her town only killed half
a beast at a time.
It was a Dutchman whc; said a pig
had no ear-marks except a short tail ;
and it was a British magistrate who,
being told by a vagabond that he was
not married, responded.—
"That's a good thing for your wife."
At a prayer-meeting in New Hamp
shire, a worthy layman spoke of a poor
boy whose father was a drunkard, and
whose mother was a widow.
At a negro ball, in lieu of "Not trans
ferable" on the tickets, a notice was
posted over the door,—
' "No gentleman admitted unless he
An American lecturer of note sol
emnly said one.eveniug„—
"Parents you may have children, or
if you have not, your daughters may
A Western editor once wrote :
"A correspondent asks whether thebat
tle of Waterloo occurred before or after
the comudencement of the phristian era.
We answhr, it did."
A Maine editor saysapumpkiuin that
state grew so large that eight men could
stand around it ; which statement was
only equalled by that of thehoosierwho
saw a flock of pigeons fly so low that he
could shake a stick at them.
Those two observing men, one of
whom said that he had alWays noticed
when he lived through the month of
:ray he lived through the year, and the
other of whom said at a wedding that
he had remarked that more women than
men had been married that year, were
neither of them Irishmen.
DARE To BE TRUE.—Dare to be right
dare to be true, you have a work that
no other can do ; do it so bravely so
kindly, so well, angels will hasten the
story to tell. Then dare to be right,
then dare to be true, other men's failure
can never save you; stand by your con
science, your honor, your faith, stand
like a hero and battle till death. Dare
to be right dare to be true, love may de
ny you its sunshine and dew.. Let the
dew fail, for showers shall be given ;
dew is from earth, the showers are from
heaven. Dhre to be right, dare to be
true, God who ora.tod Tan etaraw ror zy”te.
too; treasures the tears that his striving
ones shed, counts and protects every
hair of your head. Dare to be right,
dare to be true, cannot Omnipotence
carry you through, city and mansion
and thine all in right, can you not dare
to be true and be right ?Dare - to be right
dare to be true, keep the great judg
ment seat ever in view; look at your
work as you'll look at it then, scanned
by Jehovah, by angels and men. Dare
to be right, dare to be true, prayerfully,
lovingly, firmly pursue the pathway
by saint and by, seraphim trod, the
pathway that leads to the city of Goa.
-1867. WIIGHT BAILEY. 1867
WE commence this year Ivith an exclusively
CASH business. ,
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT!
CASH PAID FOR OATS!
CASH PAID FOR CORN 1
CASH FOR EVERYTHING ! 1
A LARI STOCK FLOUR FOR
A LARGE STOOK OF FEED FOR
A LARGE STOCK OF PORK FOR
Wolliboro, Jan. 9,186ir1y.
Call and see us
All persons indebted to vs by note or book
account dust call and settle or pay costa.
Jan, 3, 1867. WRIGHT & BAILEY.
W.LEEU & LATHROP,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS
BELTING, Si S, CUTLERY
WATER LIME, '
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLES, Ac
Corning, N. T., Tan. 2,1667-Iy.
WOULD 211.1101111011 to the citizens of Wellsbo
ro and surrounding country, that he has
opened a shop on the corner of Water and Craf
ton streets, for the purpose rf nanufacturing all
REPAIRING AND TURNING DONE
to order. COFFINS of all kinds furnished on
short notice. All work done promptly and war
ranted. Vrellsboro, June 27, 1866.
NAT ELLSBORO PETROLEUM CO.—
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
Director! 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 hands ft the Tretsuror, porous among the
holders of paid.in hock. The property of the
Company will be sold and the proceeds divided
in like manner. Stbekholders will present their
receipts to the Treafurrer. By order,
Dec. 19, 1866. M. H. COBB, Clerk.
CASH paid for S'lll3.6 k EXINS at my Shoo
Shop, rear of Wm. Roborts's Hardware
Stars. L. A. SEARS.
lirelliboro, Jaz. 9, 1887,
PLATED WARY—Caks) bssksts, eget 'ha
sts, eastOryl, sow bowls, Ste., at
& FANCY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
& BEST FRENCH WOVE COR
SETS, .GLOVES AND
SIERY, YANKEE NO
' FURS ! _ FURS ! !
MINK, CONI; and Siberian Squirrel.
READY , MAD'E - ctoTinva; aria
CLOTHING wade to order super
_first class wen lgnen.
SHOP MADE BOOTS & SHOES in end—
less rarielY, IL CAP&
Our goods have been bought during the laet
panic in New York and will be sold at panic
Prices are down, monopoly broken up. No
other :tore can VIM ....Wi*
ity and price. 4 =lartMediFtiltialf 40.441;
store of C. S. MATHER .t CO
Lairroneeville, 'Om 19, 1866
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND J. W.
- BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED PATENT
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBII,E
TI.IE wonderful flexibility and groat comfort and,.
pleasure to sr& lady wearily' the Duplex Elliptic
Skirt, alit be experienced particularly In all crowded
assemblies, operas, carriages, rillrotul cara,church.pows,
arm chars, for promenade sod het:Oedemas, astlia skirt
caribe folded whets inlaoto cmcupy - a - dlinallAf . laCe as
easily and con renientlas sail or mistinaress, an in.
valuable quality in or/aline, not I.:Mod-km ..any single
A - lady having enjoyed 'UM pknaure, "comfort and
greet convenience of nearing the duplex elliptic steel
spring skirt fora single day. will never afterwards will
ingly dispense with their nee. For children, I'disses and
young ladies they are superior to all others.
They will not bend or break like the single spring,
but will preserve their perfect and graceful shape when
three or four ordinary skirts will have been thrown
aside as useless. The hoop.arecovered with double and
twisted thread nil tkobottom rods.: era patpuly dealt
springs, but twiceW - doiible) preventink
them from weartng Out when drugging down stoops,
soars c. .
TheD uplez Elliptic is a great favorite with ell ladles,
and isuntvereally recommended by the fashion maga
tines, a. the standard skirt of the fashionable a orld.
To enjoy the following Ine,aimable advantages In
crinoline, superior perfogs manufac ture, stylish shape and finish, flexibility. durlthi I ity. comfort
and economy. inquire for J. W. Bradley'. 1,,,,,T ex
tic,or double spring, skirt. and he sure you get she get,
CAUTION.—To guard egotist impoidium, he particu
lar to notice that skirts , aftred 11, Pdpptex.". lancutho
rod ink stamp. viz •'.l. W. Bradley's'Duplex Elliptie ,
Steel Springs.' upon the waistband-- g one others art?
genuine. Also nutme that every hoop s ill admit a pin
being passed through the center, thus revealing the
two (or double) springs braided together therein, which
is the secret of their flexibility /11/),1 strength, and a COD,
binatlon not to be found in any dfher skirt.
Fot sale in all stores where first class sku is are +old
throughout the United Elates and elsewhere M
lectured i.e t Le sole owners of the patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY S CARY,
Janll,7iin P 7 Chninbers & 79 & Heade ars .15. Y..'
Sfovef : 'Stoves
AND HARDWARE: ,1
MR. WILLIAM ROBERTSB begs to
ITI announce to the citizens of Tioga County,
that in addition to his excellent stock of Stoves,
Tin-Ware, Brittania, and Sheet-Iren . , Were, he
has, at a great outlay, stocked his store on
MAIN STREET, - WELLSBORO,
:with a complete aasortment of Shelf hardware,
of rich we enumerate the folloirfnearticles':.-
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, ' X CUT,
MILL, RAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
tBEES,‘&4I,- s. .id
SPRINGS; HORSEsmiis: i itooPMAß,
& BAND IRDNLGANDSTONR,
SAUSAGE CUTTERS kits OE UFE.EiREi
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENZBARILD.OOII , BWIPAti
a new thing, and made for uro. There are but a
few of the many articles composing our stock
We invite the public to call ,and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the beet quality of
goods in our line ; and all work to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM ROBERTS•
Wethsboit, gtpi: ekitf. :1
NEW FLOUR, GROCERY, AND PRO
VISION SPA E..:. • r;
Edwin B. Carvey,
Ie rltdy customers
FLOUR, COMMON TO BEST, PORK,
HAMS, MACKEREL, WHITE
FISH, CODFISH, AND
PRIME GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Next door io Convorell'iNtore .-
Wellsboro p Dec. 12., 11366-Iy.
Fluts emus more of those tine American
,L - * watches, at No. E Union Blook: -
ENBIW. t id tibibralf agent Por thinCe/e . 14
GPATENT ttTE - PIANOS,• minutisetbred'
by DECKER BROS., CHICKERING a SON'S
_PIANOS, HAINES BRO'S PIANOS, MASON
&HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS, and Treat,
Linsley Co's Melodeons.
Orders frorn.,daalers:and,,Tpacbers . osinsnially
aolieited.. 40d t .1 , 4'8. - Pirir.44l6
icily 20. 118 Penns Arcane, Scranton, Pa.,
Card, Staples & Son,
A- RR. 413;EliARED art,' AWLS, A.SatiMik
as any dealealKilignecie.ntYZlCEßMl:ls
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES, FUR
EARTIERWSTONE, ANDAITLicses Vi.AU
in short, everytiftli;Vepirfi l. ii:centilzy
store, all of which will be sold as low as else
READY' - 1 1 AY •- '0NtY!
No -trouble to Show
neobd f il,...x,.. %Le.
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES.
-STAPLES A CO., grateful to old patrons for
past favors, hope for a continuance of the
same. Having formed a copartnership with G.
P. CARD, they feet tonfident,that :Hay. cari'.do
better thee ever before, akthenew. firm will have
a larger assortment.
-64?1 , 1 31 4-PPE. so?!..
Hartman's Safety Bridle and Lines,
A - so - 9 - . - See "Agriculturist" for March, 1866.
Recommended by Wilkes, of the Spirit of the
Times; Bonner, of the New York Ledger, and
many other celebratedhavaeuieni - • - - •
The subscribei ownithe patent fat' Tiogti, Sura
quehanna and Bradford counties. Individual or
township rights for sale, on favorable terms.
Harness makers who wish to make the lines for
their ens.tomeri: who :bay individual rights, win
be dealt with liberally. T- • • -
By a slight alteration, the safetylined aria* be
attached to almost any bridle.
All persons are cautioned against making or
using the bridle Or lines, in the counties aforesaid,
without authority from ehe'undeistgned:
ROBERT C. - SIMPSON
WeUsher°, Sept. 5, 1866—tf
WHOLESILE DRUG. STORE.
C 0 RM/S G..
D R A II N G D S OILS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
• I ei 'llj
*LADDERS DAVID'S' INKS, CONCEN
TRATED MEDICINES, CIN-
CINNATI WINES AND
KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI
CINES, PETROLEUM OIL,
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
AND DYE COLORS,
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested
to call and get quotations before going further
ifEßtEti C 0 . 14
Coning, N. y., 18667,13,_
- /MAIHIOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RE.
Dv- .131, STORED.—Just published, a new
ediition of Dr. CniverwelDs Celebrated
Eeaay on the radical care (without med
icine) of Spermatorrlicea, or seminal Weakness, Invol
untary Seminal Losses, Impotency, ?dental and Physt
pal Incapacity; Impecllmenta-taJdarriage, etc.; also
iC,onsumption, Epilepsy, and Fits induced by self-In
dulgence or sexual extravagance.
Say-Price in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay clearly
demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful practice,
that the alarming consequences of esitabuse may be
radically cured wit/11ml .the dangllrous use of Internal
medfclnaor the appliest/Ott of thattthrawliointkagooa
a mode of cure .at one* iimole, Ce 416114 seed effectual,
by means of whleh'ereetroefferer, ao` matter what bin
condition may be, may cure himself chesPly ; privatelh
Thu lecture should be in the hands of every youth
and every man in the land.
Bent, under seal, Ina plain envelope, to any address
post-paid, on receipt of six cants, or two post stamps.
Address the publishers,
WAS, J. C. KLINE & CO.
Jan..-3m. 17 Bowery, Ntres4forkrP. O. 800, X5BB.
PRESERVE YOUR TEETH
JH. RANDALL, Surgeon Dentist, would re
. spectrally inform the citizens of Tioga, Law
renceleillsyand vicinitieethatilso has-heisted pe!..
manently iirrlSiAcenverTaller'aMtag Store)
where he mei - 2 1se fiSuzieir-ttie fired tree w e eks o f
each mouth, and will be at Lawrenceville the last
week in each month at the residence of Chas. Van
Particular attention given to,the treatment 9t
of all discuses of the Teeth, Gums, and Alveolar
Oleaning,Filling It Extracting Teeth
and to regulite , -irrgular _ Teeth, in , „yonng
persons. - Also, giviiito Fitting
Artificial Teeth, Palates, and obduratOrs on any
kind of plate desired. I
Anmathetjes adskinistewl and Teith liztraeted,
without pain Os every, cast where it-may be con
sidered advisable. -
All work will be done with promptness, and
warranted, and at prices consistent with the times.
Let every ono ofll irbo ma 7 need or .wish for.
good looking sett of teeth....,
Tioga, Pa., Nov. 7, 1866.-tf. .7.1.!%, 7 :
RICH Bohemian Glass Vases, at •
deol9 , FOLEY'S
= • ,
, • - -
DRESS GOODS SHAWLS CLOAKS,
BALMORALS, SKIRTINGS, BEA-
VERY' COATINGS, CASSI
MERES, FLANNELS, AC.,-.
at iargelyredueed prima, in order to prepare fbr
Spring Tpde. Mistook luta been full of bar,
gains all the season, sed,lhe:, present reduction
make strongluttapntspe who wants
goods in modes call *WI& The De=
mastic stock as daring the fall,
and averages lower prices ibaii'aewny tiles -Mkt
Best Prints only is & ed per yard.
Good Prints, fast col's 15 eta per yard. -
Common Prints, only is per yard.
tine Brown Sheetings only is per yd.
eavy Bbirtings yd wide, le & ed pr yd
Kentucky Jeans 25 cents per yard..
Bleiched Muslin yd wide, 25 eta per yd
and all otber,gtili egually t tiheap„ 4 ,X 4 6 00,,
call eipeeior a ntion to my itock - of ntatoth
work from the Chester Shoe Manufacturing Co.,
Ladies' Sid, polish Boots,
Ladies', Kitrßal‘fOrcils; :" •
Ladies' Rid 'Congress daiteta, .
Ladies' Kid plain Boots,
Ladies' Lasting Congress Gaiters,'
Misses Kid Balmorals,
Children's Kid Shoes,
which work we warrant to be of the best class
and intend to sell it at a mush lower scale of
prices than such work is usually sold. I intend
to do the same by this work that II have always
done by my stook of Riabardson'a Boots and
Shoes, warrant every pair, and make good any
that:fall to give satisfaction. I intend to give
thislwork a fair trial and think the arrangement
prove advantageous to my customers.
Jan. 23, 1867.,9
Not confirm:ire tolimp along through the world
see the lame are made to walk. Do not allow
yourself to stiffer continually from the innumer
able aches and pains which are so prevalent at
this seoson of the year, because you do not
or will not believe that they can be oared. If
yon inquire into this matter a little, you will find
that many poor sufferers from
have found welcome relief, by lilting a new and
powerful remedy-balled`idalutiferi:- g►vere pains
and lameness, whether located in the shoulders,
'►r in the side
back, are cured with wonderitil ease and certain
ty by this powerful medicine. Many persons who
'Mew) B:afar years been-entirely free from •
have derived knit benefit frohi its use. Indeed
the Saintlier la new so aztonsiiily and, and has
been so uniformly successful, that no doubt
any longer exist of its usefulness. In fact no
other medicine can
found which in so short a time bee attained imeh
unparalleled success. It is need for all those dis_
eases which require an external application as a
counter irritant, such as Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Crick in tbe.back, Numb.
ness of the limbs, Chilblains, Pleurisy, and many
other'serere and troublesome difficulties, Which
and always benentted by au& an application.—
In many faiwilles, which !man been in induced to
this valitablitnedicine, IC has become a home
held necessity, They wronlif ow soon forget their
Camphor or Arniespes theft bottle of
It is sold by all dealers in medicine at 50 cents'
per bottle. Orders from dealers should be ad.
dreieedito W. D. Terbell a Co., Wholesale Drug.
gig}, Corning, N. Y., W. H. Gregg Co., Whole
sale:Druggists, Elmira, N.Y., or to J. A. Roy,
Druggist, Wencher°, Pa.
Nov. 14, 1866.
-1866 FOR SALE. 1866.
B. C. WICKHAM,
AT HIS NURSERY OF BRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOOA
60,000 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
Re - 4
st 16 At , PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES A SHRUBBERY.
• The Fruit trees ere composed of the; choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in bearing. - Any one wishing to get a supply
will do well to call and eve,my stock before par
chasing elsewhere. :Nl' Delivered at the depot
free of charge. -
Tinge, Feb48,18136-Iy* -
os-woßr; IN, THE BEST STYLE, and
with despatch, at THE AGITATOR OEN.'
J. L.' BIE8 I E LDEN
E D ES p, on hand a fine stock of Pore
WINES AND LIQUORS,
for Medicinal and Sacramental use; also all the
popular Patent Medicines, Paints, Varnishes, Oils,
&c, all kinds of brushes, Dye Colors, Dye Woods
and Staffs, fine Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Pout
' ' ades, Cosmetics, be.,
STATIONERY,. PENS, -PENCILS,
Memorandum Books, Pass Books, Ss., Potash
In bulk at 15 cents per pound, Kerosene Oil,
Lamp Oil, Turpentine, Benzine, &c.
Fresh Oatmeal and Pearl Earley at 10 cts per
pound. I am sole agent in Blossburg for Dr.
N. Weaver's Ext. Fireweed, and warrant it to
ooze Sae&la, sat _Rheum, Scurvy, Pimples on
the face,-and all diseases arising from impure
state of the Mad if used according to direction!.
Particular; ettention - giver[ to compounding
Physician's and 'other Prescrlptiorie::-I gunner.
bee satisfaction, both in quality and price.
Remember the Store, oppoeite the new Coal
.co's Store, Blossburg, Pa.
- Aug. 15, 1866-If. - 4. L. BELDEN.
C & N. HAMMONE'S NURSERY.-
Situated on the Plank Road, 4 miles from Tloga.
Wo arts 'prepared toftnnieclol4ooFiniriTreia
at the following prices :
30 cents delivered. Common sire, 20 cents lithe
Nursery, 25 cents delivered.. Pear Trees, 50.ets.
Sununu Avrcus.Burnitenv Harvest, Early
Harvest, Chenango Strawberry, Washington
Strawberry, Red Astraoban, Summer Bellflower,
Smniner Queen, Summer King, Sweat Bow, Sour
Pair. APPLEEN—Pamenso, Gravenstein, Rambo,
Ribston Pippin, Fall Pippin, Republican Pippin,
Hawley or Douse, Maiden's Blush, Large Wine,
Ladies' Sweating, Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet.
Wurran APPLES.—BaldwLu;s7 Bailey Sweet,
Black Gillflower, Blue Pearmain, American Gol
den Russet, Roxbury Russet,Rhode Island Green
ing, &opus Spitsenburg, Swear, Sweet Gilltlower,
Sugar Sweet, Honey-Greening,
Pound S*oet, Pound Sour, Peck's . Pleasant, Taff,'
masi Sweet, Tompkins Co. Ring, Wagner.
,Paans.—Bartlett, _English Jargonelle, Bleakeo'e
Mtadow, Bella Lucrative, Lolllsll. Dona D Jersey,
Sicked, Benne Amalie, Golden Beurre,Flemish
Beauty, Glout Moreean, Lawrenci.
Also—Siberian Crab, Quinces, and Grape roots
—several varieties. C. .b N. HAMMOND.
Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa., Jan. 1, 1866-Iy.
Stoves & Tin Ware
Messrs. _ROBERTS 4. KELSEY
Are now prepared to furnish the public with
anything in their line of business, in quantity u
large, in quality: as good, and as cheap In price
as any dealers in Northern Pennryivania. • •
J. , A. PARSONS
They pay particular attention to the
STOVE AND TIN WART BUSINESS
and Intend to keep a full sentiment of everything
In that line.
TIN W.lPr t )11411 , E , T o
primp 4 . 35 and Imrayratedl.ct giy tailiitinction.
executed in the beet manner and with diepatch
ROBE T 8 k KELSEY
Wellsborough, - Earch 7, MS. -
Boots, Shoes, Leather' Findings.
GEO. - 0.-DERBY,
HAYING bonghtlhe stock and good-will of the bte
shams long conduoted in this borough by The
gears 501 1 0 -I, MOontiatte the 'limas the stanct/aialy
•c= rp mod by thatnji Good =atom' work =sae manti¢
and warranted, will be the first thing in order at this
shop; but special attention will also be given to keeping
up a good stock of
.L.EA.TICBR AND FINDINGS, Such an
SOLE'and UPPER, LININGS, BIND• '
ING, PEGS, THREAD, NAILS,
.WAX, &o.; '
Mid, in a general way, the various Hain's tumidly kept
at a finding shop.
Cash paid for amt., OMB, mats and rum ; and par
ticular attention given to the purchase of veal and dea
con skins, for which the highest market price will be
paid. lliersnums done promptly and well.
Ravin g sold the stock in trade and good.will of the
tratinees =sly condusted by us to Mr. Derby, we cob.
daily recommend him to car Id customers, as a good
workman, and a soarmadealln man. -
. d OFD. W. BZA3S.
Wellsboro,lday ' - • • - - -
F O U: T ,Z ' S
HIE nil Cage Pollan.
_.,..,,,yt,...... This preparation,
.',. - . N long and favorably
,‘.5%;,.. ~ .ii k . .. r op:n y , re T v ll iv th m o t r ;
i -down and
•41111 i ; and,,elcarosingpl/Ps
, !. i•
- • :.:. - i l / 4 , ". , -.2 , , t.".PIc.". .••• ,It
. is a sure pre
ntre of all dis•
.;, - ,..,-- T - - eases innidput to
itch at' LUNG Fr.rza, GLAND/ MS,
.'PlaitMii s W.,,...
TER, SEAT - ES, :...;,... .. , .4'..., -
. -...-. 5-
COUGHS, DIS. ^ .... ~ N -.:44,,
TEMPER,-" FE- - -
VERO, FOUNDER -.1; ,
114359 QF APPE- t
TIPE AND VITAL
ENERGY, &r. Its ...ol' i;.•
use improves the _
w 1 n 4, , tacecases L , ~;' d
the appetitn - aires:. , r;',' 0 1 n -..-. i": , -.. I
a smooth ann,, ...-
glossy el:ln—and - ~,_.4„,,,...„,44,:.% :; , ',1,!.,;,:•.;"....'.!
transforms th o --..._ , -• •._
miserable skeleton into a Sae-looking and spirited
To keepers or Cosa this preparation is invaluable.
It increases the quantity . and improves the quality
of the milk. It has
been proven by as
~. 77-*- :- Mal experiment to
..- . ififiggerar..: increase the quart
'',.. tits. of ... dellk end
414.,. , . • cream- twenty per
. ,fr .... . ' ti3 . .; 4 ,:: : cent. and make the
~..,, • -• Z h ia i •:, "'butter line 'and
-:-'l i t
--' 7tt a t c l .L I n i fa Va g t
„ L.I II F- 72 % 7 -- , i 1 -c
ap c p/tUroosena
St:, -:1; , , , ,...ki ; ".,5 .- % 4 0 , their i de, and
- , .....e'' "'• - - makes them thrive
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in
the Lungs, Liver, ' •
B ta y a pu pa ttiz nal .
one-half pmp, •
barrel Of Sniff WS' - • 7-
above d I seas, a
will be eradicated - ••=- -
or entirely prorented If rirtni,iii grn - f., 4 certain
'prevent:re add cd, ri . t
Plico 25 Cents Fel, o'sPirpernfor 81.
PRIM .111.13' -Tr
S. A. vouwz
WIIOLESALE - DECO .11a 7,lFanctxr. DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore. lid
For Bede by iireget.tts awl it, r acrd t 1-sugh
out the United States. •
For sale by John A. Roy, Sirellaboro
0 RINGS at ~
WEBB'S DRUG STORE
FOR THE' MILLION
CALL AND SEE ES
oso. 0. DERBY
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OT
At the Pimple's Store, Oonting, N. Y.
Adapted totho wants of all classes; and as we
laid in for a good stock jut before the rata ad
vance in New_York, we are now enablod to sail
most of oar goods at about
NEW YORK PRICES.
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WO would call oipootal &Outdo° to ourJst ., 4:ll I
stoolt of goods fos•-,.„
•:: 4 4"
'LAMS' SUITS , •; 2 1 I
and the flutist Una of
FRENCH MIISLINS AND ORGANDM
, - -
ever *Offered iighis market. We ate( tieria, otos
1210 "tui• 5 J _ 4_4.
LADIES' SAME% TALMAS AND
in cloth and 'ilk, to which we invite the attention
of bayere. Oar stock of
c,LOTEIe AND eassimraEs,
for lien', and .boy's wear, it kept Very sad
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
on short notice end_in the latest style
Balmoral and• Hoop Skirts,
of evex7 variety.
ALPACAS, POPLINS, DeLAINES,
CRALLIES, SUN UMBRELLAS,
JEANS, C4TONADES, SHEET-
Oar fackliNeu for BUYING GOODS are UN
SURPASSED by any is this notion, and we
wish it understood that
We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by
We tender' oar thanks to the citizens of Tioga
C 0.., who have patronized as and would respect•
fully invite those who have never done so to call
and zee us. Store opposite the Dickinson House
on Market Street, three doors west of Mkt oorner,
and tyo doors saki of Mungerford's Bank.
SMITH & WAITE
Corning, N. Y., Nor. 21, 1866.
D. F. STONE,
TAKES this method of announcing to the eiti
seas of East Charleston and vicinity the
he has jest received a suitable stook of
TEAS, SUGARS,- COFFEE, SYRUP
MOLASSES, TOBACCO, -OIL,
- PAILS, SPICES,
Good - GREEiltt 4 11 for,l2s. per to
SUGARS from is. to 17 cents per lb
And everything In the
'At as low take
Call and see us. • Don't ask as for trust, to be
plain we don't keep it. Remember - the "ani.
mile" that Mlle to grief bicause be couldn't
make "both ends meet." . D. P. STONE.
East Charleston, Dec. 5,1866-3 m
"ETAS just returned horn New York with a fun
I - 1 assortment of -
MSONIBLE DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, RATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS - AND SNOBS, EABTENWARE,
And everything usually found in a country store,
which be is selling cheaper than any other store
in die county.
COME AND SEE
Or. No charge for showing Goods— 40r
Whibnyville, apt. 20, 1808.-9 m.
NEWELL, DENTIST, MANSPIELD,PI.,
. grateful for the Tau 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 pouible manner. All
new, useful inventions and improvements adopt.
ed. The highest good of his patrons the ultima
tum of his ambition. Dec.s, '66-tf
LIKE AND TIMES Off ELDBB BREAD -
DOWN...nose who wish to secure a copy
of this excellent werk , can do to by calling at
this offlos soon. August 29,1866.
A FORTUNE 1
Can be mad* by every man, woman, and chilli in
tlits:wouth if they will strictly adhere to the
plan of buying their goods of tho well
known popular old oonearn r
R. Smith's Sons,
ADDISON, N. Y.,
..Tb•roaodi and thousands - of people, biro ol r
pvdroapird thotr reward by than doh's, Every
DRY GOODS, GROOERIES__CLOTHING,
* BOOTS & SHOPS, HATS, CAPS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
&c.; &43:, 41r.c.;
are on band in abundanoe,
CRP FOR T 1 1 MILLION
at the old Reliable Corner, the
GRAVE AND IMPORTANT INFORMA
TION TO CASH BUYERS WHO WISH
TO SPEND THEIR MONEY WHERE
THEY CAN GET THE MOST FOR IT.
W. R. SMITH'S SONS' system of keeping
an enormous stock of goods at all times of the
year, and selling them cheap—this system so °b
an:lode to big profit stores—is fairly begun for
the. Pall citation at their store, and Bach a year for
doing people good was never known before. Cer.
tainly there is no good reason for. swindling pri
ces now; we have had enough of them already.
The great advantage and importance of trading
for Cash or Ready pay is filly Illustrated by the
low prices now raging at the People's Store.
A FEW HOLTSEHOLD WORDS FOR THE
FARMER. MECHANIC, & PEOPLE
Buy your goods of a concern which has a big
assortment and is selling ten times as many good►
and of nouns can sell them as many times chea
per than small concerns. We give all such ad
vantages to our customers.
A i'sw 0111711 Bzo THLNGS OR TES PAS
irraT Bones TO Crfranna introns I?YND•
Dm ins Mormr.
Look oat for big stores and big rents; big notes
and big rates of Interest and no real takers at
that—all of which b very bad as against W. R.
Smith's Sons' situation. Light expenses and no
rants, new goods at break-down prices,
old motto . of small profits. good valve and
edit reterns, flying to the breeze. The fact is,
the only true and certain road to fortune for the
merchant Is always to ern ktresatomwm. as we
do. the most can for his money, and depend on
Large gales for his profits, Again, our popular
and legitimate system of dealing, buying strictly
far cash, always having cult on band. render us
masters of the situation when a drop comes in the
Never before was there such a tempt
ing lot of goods, at low priee4, as
W. R. Smith's Sons can
and will show from this
Oar stook of Dry Goods and Clothing can't be
beat, and no customer who la In the right shape,
ever leaves the store without buying, and none
who care *Sat they say, will make the assertion
that they can buy goods, elsewhere as chug. We
keep the largest stock of -
BOOTS AND SHOES, EATS AND CAPS,
that Is kept in the county. Call, if nothing mare
that' to net the CHEAP GOODS on the anxione
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
at nations low rates. Tlio oottage and Waste Gan
Psepreplenished en for • song 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
manufacture all the CLOTHING we sell. Every
*ell dratted man buys his harness of William B.
Smith's Sons. We also make to order. Our Comer
is master of his art ; he stands down the ball for
no man who wields the shears for a livelihood;
his fits cure the deformed.
We keep Pork, Flour and Salt,
alwaysu low or leas than market rates.
It is more than ever the duty of every man
and woman to call here before buying, and look
through the stook of tempting goods and bargains,
uno one can imagine or form any idea how
great a difference there Is between the prices of
goods bought for cash and prices of goods else.
where boughtfor notes that are not paid promptly.
The safest thing for all buyers who want the
lowest notch in goods, is to call and get W. R.
Smith's Sons' prices, and take around in your
pockets to compare. A great many stores rill
get the cold shoo/der after you visit the Old Cor—
ner where they work for their customers.
You cannot mistake the place, as it occupies
the room of four stores, immediately on the Erie
railway, and the rash is constantly going on.
Call, If for nothing more than to see how we
spike the guns. Yours, truly.
W. IL SMITH'S SONS
Addison. N. Y., S. 5, 1860.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
Oa and - albr ifooday, N0v,19, 180, ttaln►wlllle.r •
Corning at 010(01101ring houre:
12:28 a. tu., Express Mali. Sundays excepted, fur Bnffe•
10, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with train,
for the Weak
1:12 a m Night 17.xpreas, Sunday. excepted, fur Bufalv,
Salamanca, and Dunkirk, making direct COOnectloa
with trait. of tho Atlantio t< Ovens Western, Lake
Shore, and Grand Trunk Railway., forall points West.
Expreaa, Daily, for Einfralo, Salamanca,
Dunkirk and the West.
Traits, Sundays excepted, for Roche.-
" ter stdßutrato, via Avon.
041 a. m. ADO Train, Sundays excepted, for Buffalo
215 p. m. Baltimore Express, Sundays excepted, %;
Rochester and Buffalo, eta Avon
SAO p. m., Emigrant train, Daily, for the West.
7,21' p. no.. Day Express, Sundays excepted, for Di
Salamanca and the West, connecting at Salamanca
with the Atlantic d Orval Western Railway, 1.1
at finffrlo with the Lake Shore lad Grand Trod.
Railways for paste west and eolith. •
p m Day Express, Sundays excepted, tor Ro.Lesr,r
p in Way Freight, Sondays excepted
" ' ' " '" •
/241.6 a. m., Night Express, Datly,connacting at Elm
for Canar.dafgua, also to: riarrisbartr,
' and South, at Graycourt for Warwick. and at
j York with afternoon train! and steamers for Bost,.
and New England Cities. -
S:5B a.m., Cincinnati Express. Monclsyr excepted. co,:
wonting at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton Lo
Syracuse ;-at Great Bond for Scranton, Philadelphia,
-and Trruaton;st Lachawasen for liewley,and at 1.1. y
- -*aura for Newburg and Warwick.
HMO a. m., Day Express,Sundays excepted, connect]
_ at Elmira forCanandaigns, at Binghamton for Syn
Mss, at Great Bond for Scranton, at Lackarraxon for
• 'Hawley, and at Jersey City with midnight Bingen
Train of New Jersey Rsilmad for Pluladelph Is. Bal t :.
more and Washington.
10.46 am Accommodation Train &alp,
1280 p. ro, tray Frelght,Suntlaye excepted.
3:20 p. m., Baltimore Exprees,f day! excepted.
4:20 p. m., Bow Teri and Baltimore Hall, Sundays .s
-ceptad, connecting at Elmira far Liarrisburgh, Phila
delphia, and South.
7.05 p m Lightning Expren, Sundays excepted, con
necting at luny City with morning express trails or
New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Washiugton,
and at New Tort with moraing express trams for
Boston and the East.
WM. IL BABB,
Don't Pass. Aguit
Bloosburg & Corning, & Tiogs U. 8. :
Leave Corning. ATilTh.
Hag,— 815 II toritall 505 p,
Accommodation,....-.350 p m lAcoonunatatlon,lo 33 a r.
L. FL SHATTUCK, Sup't.
PhiLadelihbi & Erie IL IL
et Williamsport as Wow,.
Erie Mail Trela...7 15 a m
Edo Ex'as Traln..B 45 p m
Elmira Nail Train 655 p m
Trains will arr. and depa
Erie Mel Train 10 10 p m
IL Express Train-4 50 a in
Elmira Mail Train 8 35 a m
Passenger Cue ran through on the Erie Mall and Ex
press Trani without change both ways between Phlla
delphis and Erie.
NEW YORE CONNECTION_
Leary New York at 9 a m, arrive at Erie 9.10 s„. m.
Leave Newf./ark at 500 p na, arrive at Eris T 15 p m
Leave Eris at 5.30 p ra, arrive at New York 4.40 p m.
Leave Erie at 10 15 a m, arrive at Taw York 10 10 a m
A. L. TTIZII, Gen'i Supt.
Northern 'Central 13. U. 1
TRAINS FOR NORTIL
Trains far Canandaguia leave Elmira ea Mitoses:
Express [fastest tram on road] ..1145 a m
„015 Pai l pm
Way Freight, [passenger coach attachedj. ..... 710 a m
TRAINS FOR THEISOUTIL
Trains for Williamsport, Baltimore and Philadelphia
At., leave Elmira aa follow.,
Mail at 445 am
Express S 30 p
Local Freight 5 SO a m
Through --5 00dm
s3„Ths Express train whkh least* for the North at
11 45 am, num through direst from Williamsport to
Cunandsgula. Thu Express which Mares Elmira for
Williamsport lu 5 30 p m, to the through tram south
from Canamiagula. J. N SLURRY, Goal Supt.
Atlantic and Great Western /I- W.
I.fail 5 30 I
Accommodation Mad .... .... -5.52
E x press ..............12.19 Accommodation, 11 44
axpress 11.00 I Exyre. tale
At Cory there lo a Junction with the Plulndelphla a
and CU Creek Ran Roads.
At Meadville with the Yranklin and Oil City and
Elthole Branch. _
At Leavlttsburgo tho Mabordny Brandt makes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and PlS:taken ilk Railroad.
The Road pus. through Akron, Ashland, Gallon,
Harlon, urbane and Dayton, Inter.ctins various rail
roads, and Lumina:As ea CincinnatL D. aIcLARR.N,
Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa.
DEERFIELD WOOLENT A GT ORY
THE UNDEBSIGED having purchased
the well known Woolen Factory of Messrs.
E. A B. S_ Bowen oaths Cowanesque River, two
miles east of Knoxville, takes this method of
informingthe inhabitants of Tioga and adjoining
counties that he will maonfacture wool by the
yard or on shares to snit customers, into
FLANNELS, CASHMERES. DOE-SHINS,
FULL CLOTHS, of al kinds.
- The machinery has been thoroughly repaired
and new machinery added thereto, also an in,
proved new wheel which willenable him to work
the entire //03301). He will pay particular atten
'toll Cardin; & Cloth Dressing,
which will be done in the neatest pouible man
ner, haring added one new Roll Machine, will
enable him to dispatch and acooMmodate people
from a distance. He would farther say that be
has carried on the business in manufacturing
wool for farmers in Bradford and adjoining
counties for the past twenty years; he therefore
can warrant all work and satisfy his customers,
%sing nothing in manufacturing •but genuine
wool. JOSEPH IM BAM.
Deerfield, Jan. 1,1866-Iy.
ANDREW J. TIPPLE, having recently
purchased Mr. Wm. Townsend's interest in the
would say to the citizens of Welleboro and vicinity
that he will continue the buainess at the old Borst
stand—giving his entire attention . in supplying
the wants of all who may favor him with their
patronage. Constantly on hand
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Shop one Door South of Derby's Shoe Shop
Wellsboro, Sept. 26, 1866-tf.
Tioga Warble Works.
11Dr D. CALKINS, late of the firm of ,Calk-
SM. ins k 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 dispatch.
He keeps constantly on band both kinds of
Marble and will be able to auitall who may favor
him with theft orders, on as reasonable terms as
can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as good as new.
HARVEY ADAMS, of Char/anon, is my Agent,
and all contracts made with him will be filled by
me at shop prices. H. D. °ALERTS.
Tioge, Dee. 19, 18813--1 y
U. S. CLAIM AGENCY,
For the Collection of
Army and Nary Clew aild PetMOIL
lIIRE NSW BOLINIT LAW. passed July ,1866, : stres
J. two and th ree years' soldiers extra bounty. Send
to your discharges.
OFFICERS" EXTRA PA Y.
Three months• extra pay proper to volunteer olbcere
wbo were In service March 3,18t36.
To all who have * loft a limb and who have been perma
nently and totally disabled.
All other Oovernment claims promcnted.
JEROME B. NILL9,
liranacre, October 10, 18038-11
Planing & Turning.
B. T. VAN HORN,
t VILO !OW his oew Fac tory "IsLpdto 1111 orr.fog ne t
Ware promptly and in the best style of workman
ship. Having procured a
he is ready to dross boards or plank with dispatch.
SCROLL-WORK & "BRACKETS,
furnished to order. His machines are of the new
est and most improved patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Wnln Ste. W ELLS
Oet. 31, 1845-tf. B. T. VAN HORN.
Bounty and Pension Agency.
APING received definite Imam:Mona in regard to
the extra bounty allowed by the act OpPrfoTea 178,, 1866, and having on hand n largo supplY of ell
necessary blanks, we ate prepared to prosecute sll Pea'
don and bonnty ' cialms which may be placed in oar
tumds. Parsons llving at a distance can cocerattolotte
with as by letter, and their COMIIIVOICSI.IOO/ will W. be
Foy ammo!. n SHA
WUllibao. October 2411164.