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iflow of outward thole,
Some loft mere wealth and tty to win it 5
The how* to aim may lowly he,
If I but like the people in it.
What's all the gold that glitters cold,
- When' linked to herd and haughty feeling?
'Wbete'er were told, the noble gold
Is math of heart and manly dealing.
Thin 4rt , * du seek, whose minds are weak,
Mere hellion% Emile, and try to win it ,
The kW to tummy lowly be,
lel batlike the people in it.
A lowly roof may give ni proof
Thule* ilowens are often fairest ;
dnirlaiiameloseiierk, ire hard eiuldirk
May yield as fruit and bloom the rarest,
There's worth es cure 'neath garments poor
As Wes adorned a loftier station.
Sad 1912411113 fart as those we trrat,
Whose elajm is but of wealth's creation,
Thmiriat them seek, whose minds are weak,
*re fashion's none, and try to ran it ;
The'honte to me may lowly ha,
If I bet like the people In it.
Poor old Mrs. Partington can't com
prehend the " new-fangled" notiOns of
the present time. She says :
" There is one thingsure ; the females
of the present regeneration are heep
more independiter than they used to be.
Why, I saw; a gal go by to-day that I
know belonged to the historical class of
society, with her dress tucked up to her
knees, her hair all buzzed up like as if
she hadn't time to comb it for a week,
and one of her grandmother's old caps
in an awful crumpled condition on her'
head. Why, laws Allie, when I was ai
gal, if any of the fellers come alongt
when I bad my clothes tucked up that
way, and my head kirered with an old
rag, why I would run for dear life and
hide out of sight. Well, well, the gals
then were innocent, unconiiscated crit
ters": now they are what the French call
A good story is told of a, fellow at a
cattle-show, who was making himself
ridiculously conspicuous by au evident
intention of finding fault with every
thing. (A disagreeable habit, by the
way, with some people.) At last he
burst forth :with,— "Call these'ere
prize cattle? . Why, they ain't nothing
to what our .folks raised. ..Ity father
raised the ,biggest calf of any man
round our parte!"
"I don't clouhtit," was the timely re
mark or a bystander; "and the nolsl- .
The forward youth, as well may be
imagined, incontinently' subsided.
A clerk in lowa y says:
A very pretty and 'lobby young lady
called iu the store the other day and re
quested to see our lavender kid gloves,
whe.rcupon she was shown several dif
ferent shades of that color. Being a
little overcome with so great a variety.
she asked,— •
"Which of those pairs are the laven
A. Frenchman, who had been in In
dia, speaking of tiger-hunts, pleasantly
remarks . "When ze Frenchman hunts
ze tigers, ab ! ze sport is grand, npagnif
ique ! but, when ze tigar huntze French
man—out! zere is ze very devil topay !"
"Figures will not lie," is an old, and
used to be swell-credited saying. But
the introduction of hoops, crinoline,
hips, bustles, and cotton breastworks
has played the dickens with the prot•-
NEW -GOODS _.AND NEW PRICES
T. A. thciutAlus,
'Dr Ertl% Ind returned from New York with
Jill Now end carefully seleoted
STOCK OF GOODS,
All those in Want of Goods trtli find it to their
interest to call and
zxAmritrE OUR STOCK
and learn Prism before buying elsewhere
Kept constantly on. hand, a choice lot of
DRIED FRUIT, GROCERIES, FLOUR,
PORK, &C., &C
All the above Goodi are bought at the lowest
Cash Prices end will be sold
ONLY yoR CASH OR READY PAY
Donn forget the plate, at the old stand of
VAN NAME a WICKHAM.
Tioga, Pa., Fab, 20, 1867—tf.
E. $3- 1CL61:1391.1. 4
GROOERT AND 11ESTAITRA.NT,
Ooe door above the Meat Market,
RESPECTFCLLY announces to the trading
paths that he has a desirable stock of Oro
ms, comprising, Teas, Corset, Spices, Sugars,
Molasses, Syrups, and all that constitutes a first•
class stock. Oysters In every style at all sea
Weltsb ,, vo, Jan. 2, I.BB7—tf.
WALKER & LATZBOP,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
STOVES, TIN- WARE,
BaTINS SW'S, CUTLBRY 9
-Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLES, Ac.
Corulog, N.Y., Jan. 2, 1867-Iy.
wo nrx =mottoes to the citizens of WelLsbo.
re and surrounding eonntr7. that he has
opened a chop on the corner of Watei and Craf•
ton stmts., fo the plaposa of manufamaring all
kinds / of t
REPAIRING AND TURNING DONE
to order. COFFLCS of all kinds furnished on
short notion. ell work dons promptly and war.
raotsd. Wallsboro, Jana 27, 1866.
-N,ATELLSBORO PETROLEUM CO.—
Bettie is hereby given that the Board of
Directors of this Company at a =Rang held De.
eetcber lb. b 7 resolution decided to sloes up the
&few' of the Company and distribute the balance
is the hands of the Tressuror.prm'afu stoma' the
holders of valt-in stock. Thu property of the
compeey will be sold and the proceeds divided
in like manner. Btookholders wilt present their
receipts to the Treasurer. B order.
Dee. 19, 1966. M. l. COBB, Clerk.
cwittpald soy rune *eg g e t My sh oe
Elm, rear of Wm. Utort's Hardware
L. A. stem.
Weltbaro, lsa. 4, 1867
L ATZD W4Bs—csk. btskata, ea/4 t a d,
SU, csecos, rapt WWI', etc, st
- 3 i2EIR GRE/irl tH
CENTRE OF ATTRACTION IS AT
Would announce to the good people of Tiog
County that they hare just returned from Ne
York with their second fall stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
embracing sll sbe lorreltiei es' welt as the null
DRESS GOODS in at/ varieties, STAPLE
& FANCY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
& BEST FRENCH WOVE COR- ,
`SETS,• GLOVES`Ie~n CIO
SEERY, YANKEE NO
TIONS, &c., &c.
FURS 1 FURS 11
MINK,' c9 - . NT,' and 'Siberian Squ'irre,
'The largest Stock of
CLOTHS & CASSIMERES in the county,
READY MADE. CLOTHING, and
CLOTHING made to order super
intended by first class workmen.
SHOP MADE, BOOTS,;:: SHOES end
less 'variety;' HA TS' '& CAPS
. to suit all tastes,
GROCERIES, &C., &C.
Our goods have been bought during the last
panic in New York and will be cold at panic
Fricas 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
'store of C. S. MATHER k CO,
Lawrenceville, Dec. lb, MO.
LATEST .FASIIIONS DEMAND J. W.
BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED PATENT
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE
TIIIE wonderful flexibility and groat comfort and
1 pleasure lona) lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic
Skim will be experienced partituiarly, in all-crowded
issemblles, operas, carriages, railroad care, chtlrch pews,
um chain, for promenade and house dress, tie the skirt
can he folded when in ace t ic occupy a mall place as
umily and conveniently as s en or muslin dress, an in.
valuable goal% In crinoline, not found to uuy single
.prtcg skirt. -
A lady having enjoyed the pleasuro, comfort and
;mat convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic steel
.hung skirt fora single day. will never afterwards will
ngiy diapsnee with their nee. For children,lllsees and
young ladies they are superior to all otbers.
Thor will eat bender break like tho elngle sprang,
;tat will preserve their perfect and graceful shape when
three or four ardinty skirts will have been thrown
said, as useless. Th hoops are covered with double and
_twisted thread, end the bottom rods are not only dun
eprlngs, tat twice (or doable) covered; preventing
than Irma wearing one when dragging down stoops,
The Duplex Elliptic to a groat favorite with all Thile.,
Arai Ie universally recommend/XI by the i bLon maga
mite, as the standard ekirt or the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advantages In
krinolino, va: superior finality, perfect manufacture,
shops tlrxibility. durability, comfort
,nd economy, Inquire far .1. IV- Bradley'. ihrtilex. lellip
tic ,or double spring ekirt, and be sure you got the gen•
CAUTIO.N.—To gibtrd spinet imposition, be portion
ar to notice thatfrts offered as "chivies" hare the
ed ink stamp ; sir J. firstlfry's Duplex E;llptic
'tool Springs, tipbu the wahtband—none others are
renutne. oleo notice that every hoop will admit a pin
'wog passed through the center, tithe revealing the
two (or double) springs braided together thereto, which
to the secret of their fiexibility and strength, and e coto
:anoxic° not to be forald In any other Mart.
Far sale in all tweet where first class skirt" are sold
chroughour the United States and elsewhere. Moon
factored by the coin owner of the patent,
RESTS, BIZADLEY ie. CARY,
Jan9,3m 97 Chambers A 798 BI geode its ,N. Y.-
Stoves:, Stoves ::
MR. WILLIAM ROBERTS begs to
announce to the citizens of Tioga County,
that in addition to his excellent stook of Stoves,
Tin-Ware, Britten* and Sheet-Iron Ware, he
has, at a great outlay, stocked hie store on
MA[N STREET, WELLSBORO,
with a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware
of which we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
PUMPS, AXES, ~
1 Atiagßa, r,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOliT t Si
BURRS, bIKEINg i WASIIERS; '
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
• TREES, ELLIP
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STOPPERS
- -COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PISTOL CARTRIDGES, ,
a new thing, and made for laws. These are but a
how of the many articles composing our stock
We invite the pnblio to call and examine for
diametral. We aim to keep the beet quality of
goods in our l h ae; and all work to order done
promptly and Trill. WILLIAM IVOlraltll3.
Welleboto, Sept. I, 1866-tf.
NEW FLOUR, GROCERY, AND PRO
Edwin B. Carvey,
L ready to famish customer" with
FLOUR, COMMON TO BEST, PORK,
- - HAMS, MACKEREL, WHITE
FISH, CODFISH, AND
PRIME GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
AP. Next door to Converse's store.
ellsboro, Dee. 12, 1866-17.
' CIO/Xl' ball SOW more or those Goo Ainslie=
1 watches, et No. 6 Union Block:
GENERAL wholesale agent fertile Celebrated
PATENT PLATE PIANOS.• manufactured
by DECKER BROS., CIIICKERING dr. SON'S
PIANOS, RAINES BAG'S PIANOS, MASON
k. Reattrti's CABINET ORGANS, end Treat,'
Linsley d Co's Melodeons.
Orders from dealers and Teachers especially
- aolieited. Address, L. B. POWELL,
July 20. 116 Penns Avenue, Sernaton, Pa.
Card; - Staples&Son,
ARE PREPARED TO SELL AS CHEAP
u any dealers In the county, a general as
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
HEADY4dADS CLOTHING,`HATS, •
CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES, PIM- ,
EA RTHERN, STONE, AND GLASS WARE,
in short, everything usually kept iu a country
store, all pf which will be sold as low as else
READY PAY ONLY!
..,.):ifth;',l ! i i; It,/ A
No trouble to Show
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES.
STAPLES -CO., grateful to old patrons for
pest favors, hope fora continuance of the
tams. Having formed a copartnership with G.
P. CARD, they feel confident that they can do
better thau ever before, as the new firm will have
a larger assortment.
CARD, STAPLES & SON.
Keeneyrii/e, Feb. 21, 1866.-Iy.
Hartman_ 's , Safety Bridle and Trines,
( I *4l3o42 6 svitaberV,T B6 6) 7 '
AMOST valuable ankle, for all who drive hor
see. See "Agriculturist" for March, 1886.
Recommended by Wilkes, of the Spirit of the
Time.; Bonner, of the New" York Ledger, and
many other celebrated horsemen.
The subsertbet owne the patent for Tioga, 8115.
quehauna and Bradford couottes. Individual or
township rights for sale, on favorable terms.
Maracas makers who wish to make the lines for
their customers who buy individual rights, will
be dealt witbliberally.
By a slight alteration, the safety lines may be
attached to almost any bridle.
All persons aro cautioned- against making or
using the bridle or lines, in the counties aforesaid,
without authority from the underelgued.
ROBERT C. SLIIPSOIT.
Wellshoro, Sept. 5, 1866—tf
WILBUR DRUG STORE.
CORNING, N. Ye , =z.
TIBIAS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAYIDS' INKS, CONCEN-
TRATED • ; MEDICINES, CIN
CINNATI WINES AND
KEROSENE PATENT MEDI
CINES, 11411,0LE111# OIL,
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, -WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
'AND DYE COLORS, )
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Balers are requested
to call and get quotations before going further
W. D. TERBELL & CO
Corning, N.Y.;.Jaa. 11366-ly
xramiooD: HOW LOST, HOW .11Z.
J..IL STOP3).—Just published.' ilelr
";... • aelltion of SW. CulyerVal4 Celebrated
' Paul on the radical curs (without med.
lane) of Spermatorrbtaa, or seminal Weakness, arca
notary Seminal Lama Impotency, Mental and Physi
cal Incapacity. latriadiseenta to Marriage, eta; also
Consumptiab, Epilepsy, and Pita induced by sell.th
dulgence or sexual extravagance.
Or-Price In • sealed envelope, only 0 mots
The celebrated author loads admirable essay clearly
demonstrates, from a thirty years' successibl practice,
that the alarming consomiencea of syllabus* may b•
radically cared without the dangerous nth of iota-oil
medicine or the application of the knits—pointing out
a mode of cure at ones simple, certain, and alecttud,
by means of which every sufferer, no -matter what his
condition may De, may care himself cheaply, privately,
This lecture ahead be In the hands of every youth
and every man In Um, land.
Bent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any addletes
post-paid, on receipt of extents, or two post atampa.
Addreu the pnbitshers,
COAL J. C. SLUM it CO.,
Jan.2-3co. 127 Bowery, fi sw York, P. 0. 80x,422.13.
JT LL RANDALL, Surgeon Dentist, wonldre.
. spectfally inform the citizen, of Mop, Law
renceville, and vicinities that he has located per
manently at Tioga (office over Taller's Drng Store)
where be may be found the first three weeks of
each month, and will be at Lawrenceville the last
week in each month at the residence of Chas. Van
Pitticelar attention given to the treatment of
of all diseases of the Teeth, Gums, and Alveolar
& Extracting Teeth
and to regulate irregular Teeth in young
persons. Also, espeeial attention given to Pitting
Artificial Teeth, Palates, and obduratora on any
kind of plata desired.
Aniesthetios administered and Teeth Extracted
without pain in every case where it may be con
sidered adviaab ie.
All work will be done with promptness, and
warranted, and atpricesconsistentwith the times.
i Let every one call who may need or wish for a
good looking sett of teeth.
Mega, Pa., Nov. 7,18 UL—tr. '
To ICH Bohemian Can Vane, at
'AUL deep). • FOLEY'S
DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS DIOAKS,
RALISIORA4I; SICABILiNGSL BEAI
MERES, FLANNELS, -
at Wry._zo4Post)rialls; , Mkt to prepare for
Spring Trade. =14 1 .7 OtoOk has beat hill of bar
gains ail the 5.5 10 ei eit MO 'priming rimbacthin
make strong indstesumwto to IM.y sm. who swats
goods in caulks!, to call and vim as. The Do
mestic stook is as large now as during the fall,
and averages lower prices than at any time this
Best Prints only Is dr, 6cl.per yard.
,Good Prints, fast core lb cis per yard.
Common Prints, only le per yard.
Fine Brown Sheeting% only le per yd.
Heavy Shirtings yd wide, is Alt 6d pr yd
Kentucky Jeans 26 vents per yard.
Bleached Muslim yd wide, 25 eta peryd
sad an other goods equally cheap. I desire to
call especial atteati,oa to my stook of carton
workTrom thaVhester Sim Pdauntaaturins
Ladies' Kid polish ooti
Ladies' Bid Balmorals,
Ladies' Sid Congress Gaiters,
Ladies' Sid plain Boots,
Ladies' Lasting Congress Gaiters,
Misses Kid Balmoral:,
Children's Kid Shoes,
whiob work wo warrant to be of the best class
and intend to sell it it a much lower scale of
prices than suab.work L usually Bold. I intend
to do the same by this work that I have always
done by my stook of Richardson's Boots and
Shoes, warrant every pair, and make good any
that:fail to give satisfaction. I. intend to give
thislwork a fair trial and think the arrangement
will prove advantageous to my customers.
Jan. 23, 1867
Not continue to limp along through the world,
see the lame are made to walk. Do not allow
yourself to suffer continually from the innumer
able aches and pains which are BO prevalent at
this seosou of the year, because you do not
or will not believe that they can be oared. If
you inquire into this matter a little, you will bud
that unsay poor sufferers from
have found weleome relief by tunas a new and
powerful remedy called Elalutifer. Severs pens
and lantaisan,orttothe located in tbo shoulders;
Cr in the side
back, ars cared with wonderibleaute and' certain.;
ty by this powerful medicine.' kranj portent who
-have not for years been entirely inn from
Lave derived great benefit from its use. Indeed
the Saintlier is now so extensively used, and has
been so uniformly samessfal, that no doubt
any longer eziet of its nsefuhmes. /e fact no
other medicine tan
found which in en short a time has attained such
unparalleled success. It is need for all those dis
easis which require an external application as a
counter irritant, such as Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Orli* in the beck, Numb
ness of the limbs, Chilblains, Pleurisy, and many
ether swore and troublesome didiettities, latch
and always beneitted by such an application,—
In many families, wbisb barn been k induced to
this valuable medloine, it has become a house
hold neatuity. They would as 150013 forget thuds
Gunther or Arnica, as Chair bat t le of
It is sold by all dealers in medicine at 50 cents
per bottle. Orders from dealers should be ad
dressed to W. D. Terbell & Co., Wbolesale Drug.
glare, Corning, N. T., W. H. Gregg & Co., Whole.
sale Druggist', Elmira, N. Y., or to J. A. Roy,
Druggist, Wellsboro, Pa.
Nor. 10, 1860.
1866. FOR SALE. 1866.
B. 0. WICKHAM,
A T HIS NURSERY OP FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOGA
60,000 Apple - Trees.
10,00) Pear' Trees.
A good supply of PLUM, PEACH, CERIUM
and ORNAMENTAL TREES & SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are composed of the clioieest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in hearing.. Any one wishing to get a supply
will do well to call and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Or! Delivered at the depot
fore of charge. -" •
- Tioga, Feb. 213, 1866-Iyo
TOB-WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE, .and
.with despatah, at THE AGITA.TUEOiei:
J. A. PARSONS
J. L.- BELDEN,
MIPS constantly ant aid a. Ana mac& Past
Drags, Mediating, Chemicals, &a.,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
for Mediaheal and Bacreteental use; also all the
polluter Patent Medicines, Paints, Varnishes, OM,
he., all kinds of brushes, Dye Colors, Dye Woods
cad Bees, fine Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Pout
STATIONERY, PENS, PENCILS,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
Memorandum Books, Pais Rooks, se., Potash
in bulk at 15 cents per pound, Ketbsone Oil,
Lamp Oil, Turpentine, Benalne,
VIII& ' °Annual and pearl Barley at 10 ota per
pound. -.I am uola agent in Bloseburg for Dz.
N. Weaver!a,Vxl. Fir/mead, and warrant it to
ours Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Pimples elk
the face, and all diseatee arising from impure
mate of the Blood if used according to direction,.
Puticnlar attention given to compounding
Physician's and othar Prescriptions. I guaran
tee satisfaction, both in guallayand price.
temember the Store, opposite the new Coal
Co's Store, Blossinag, Pa.
dug; 16, 1866-tf. J. L. BELDEN.
-N. HAMMOND'S NIIRSERY.
Middlebury, This& Co., Pa.,
Elituated'iliilh'i; R0ii4 1. 4 miles frcim
We are prepared to tomdahloo,ooo Fruit, Trees
at the following' prim ' • - •' -*
Appletrees—large sise,26 cants at the Nursery;
30 emits delivered: Common size,.2o /ante at the
Nursery, 25 cent!' delivered. Pear Trees, 50 eta.
Sautes• APPLE/.--Burnham Harvest, Early
Harvest, Chensatgo Strawberry, Washington
Strawberry, Bed Astrachan, Summer Bellflower,
Sommer Queen, Summer King, Sweet Bow, Sour
PALL API/LT.11.-11=0ns% Gravenstein, Rambo,
Ribston Pippin, Fall Pippin, Republican Pippin,
Hawley or Donee, Maiden's Blush, Large Wine,
Ladles' Sweating, Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet.
WINTI.II Ames.—Baldwin, Bailey Sweet,
Shier Qillflower, Blno Pearmain, American Gol
den Basset, Roxbury Russet,Rbode Island Green
ing, Bsopua spitsenburg, Bomar, Sweet °inflamer,
Boger Sweet, Honey Greening, Honey Sweat,
Pound Sweet, Pound Sour, Peek's Pleasant, Tall
man Sweet, Tompkins Co: Xing, Wagner.
PtAll3.—Bartlett, English J argonelle, Bleaker's
Meadow, Bells Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Sokol, Bearre D' Amelia, Golden Benrre,Plemith
Beauty, Giant Marceau, Lawrence.
Alau—Sibal'hm Crab, Quinces, and Grape roots
—several varieties. C. it N. HAMMOND.
Middlebury, Tics& Co., Pa., Jan. 1, 1888-47.
Stoves & Tin Ware
D. P. ROBERTS,
OPPOSITE BOY'S BUILDING,
Ie Isow prepared to furnish the public with
anything in hie line of bilabials, in quantity ea
large, in quality: as good, and as cheap in pries
a any dealers in Northern Pennsylvania.
Se paya particular attention to the
STOVE AND TIN WARE BUSINESS,
and intend to keep a tall weenies'
. TM WARE. M4.DE TO ORM,
promptly, and warranted to giro utishotlon.
exemetea In the beet reanner axediritb dispatob
CALL AND SEE ME
Wellaborough, March 7,1888.
INDUSTRY MUST PROSPER.
Boots, Shoes, Leeithei t Bindings.
GE 0 wQi'DER . Bii:,- •
fi r iteirm anti&
BM" pomp vriii Continue H slow foe
the mum t r tre l inudietety
ecespied by them. (load custom - work, made to order
eatterenstrted, -- will be the grit thing tit Order et Ode
shop; ha special Wel:dim:Lull] Mao begtunt to keeping
up a good stock of
LEATHER AND FINDINGS, Such as
SOLE and UPPER, LININGS,BIND
' ING, PEGS, THREAD, NAILS,
LASTS, AWLS, WAX, &o.;
-and, in a glacial way, the rufous Italie' usually kept
at a Andinp shop.
Cub paid for mess, mes, PIUS and ITU; sod pa t .
ocuIarMUMMA gloss to the purchase of red and claa•
can skins, for which the highest market price will be
paid. brPitszna done promptly and well.
GEO. 0. DERBY.
Marto( fold the dock in trade and good•wiß of th•
bruin's' lately °Mancha hr tato Etr-Draby t, tor.
dtally recom m end blm to our old customers, .. a a good
workman, and a squaradadlng attn.
CHAS. .8W GEO. W. SEARS.
Walisboro, May 2, 1866.
Horse ni t the Polders.
•-,f , e , : . --
• long and favorably
',';' 1 bum] will thor
- oughlirattalSomat , ii
. broken-down lin
, and cleaning tba
Atl i stomach and antes
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. ... —, OHIO MAL .It bos
been pomp try at ,
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4.: , ----,...- Increase the Van.
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~1-,. 2,; --4i lifri, .., tide. tit b 1 Lod
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In all &senses of Swine, such ea Coughs, Weer in
the Lungs, Liver, . .
acts as a specific
alf a paper • -
one- putting from • " '
tortel of twill the - •=re-- - ---=“re
will be eradicated..7" - •••-• : ----K• .-- -
or entirely prevented. If niveu In tints;
preventive and cure for etc hog Cl,olera.
Prico 25 Cents per Pape-, 0 5 Papers for
s. fit. you'rz sz
WHOLESALE nnra vt - D DEPOT,
No. 116 Pramklin St., BaltAmore, 'Md.
F0r.93),. 14 - Prnggisu and etorapoper3 through
out the United Statea.
For solo by John A. Roy, Wollaboro
ATE HAVE ? 41.0 W ON 'HAND
SPLINDID ABSOSTICENT Or
At the People's Store, Corning, N. T.
Adaptittoth•wonta of olassiot sod so we
lald In tos a pod hook jiiir Wee ells Tats ad.
yaws fu NowTott s wsemu now ambled to sill
most of our goods at about •
Nzw YORK Palms.
too oallospostal imago to outlay
and the Anost line of
FRENCEIMUSLINS AND ORGANDIES
evil' , Oland in thla"markas, , Wei also lasia anima
LADIES' SACQUES, T.AI3LiS AND
ID cloth and silk, to which we luvitelbeatleublou
of buyers. Our stook of
MMUS AND CAUXIMOIIit-
for men's and bore wear, is kept eery EA UI
CLOTHING-MADE TO 0111itt,
on short native and is the Wilt shu•
-,- Balmoral anit Hoop Odds,
ALPACAS; POPLINS, DeLAINIS,
afituris, SUN UMBRELLAS,
JEANS, COTTONADES, SHEET•
Our facilities for BUYING GOODS ere UN.
SURPASSIED by any this seatton, and we
wish it understood that
We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by
We tender our thanks to the ethos of Mrs
Co.; who turns patronised us and would nerd.
A 11 1 71 1 1 14 thou who here rarer done so to cell
and sue as. More opposite the Dickinson House
on Markel Street, tnreaslootu west of the corner,
anA two doors seat of Hingerford's Dank.
SMITH &- WAITE
Conthig, N.Y., Nov. 21, 1866.
D. F. STOW
this nuotboded atito to the aid.
tn i rot lan Charhatet and that
ha has just toesitod a mad% stook at
TEAS, SUGARS, COFFEE, SYRUP,
mouB2l/8, TOBACCO, OIL,
Goad GREEN TEA for. 128. i
SUGARS frost L. to 17 cents per tb
And everything in the
At as /ow rats*.
Call and sae at. Dot's uk us for trout, to be
plain we don't keep it. Remember the "ani
on/a" that came to grief beaanse he couldn't
make "both ends meet." D. P. MINX
But Charleston, Dee. 6,1868-3 m
ser WHITNEYVIME. 4pg
Pet returned from New York with a fall
SOMME DRY GOOK
GROCERIES, HATS AND CAPS,
ROOTS AND SIiORS. BARTH:SWAIM
ITABZWARZ, FLOUR, BALT,
And env/idling uauslly found In * " oanntry atom,
which he is *Wing cheaper than say other store
in the county. -
COME AND SM.
AP , No charge for showing Goods. „at
Whit:l6TM* Sept. 26, 1866.-41 m.
PNEWELL, DirtiVlST, IiANSIMELD,
. grateful far. the very liberal patronage
heretofore ressived, will matinee so at to pa.
brat all distal operation. eat* matt the ra pjQ
batreasing professional demands arm engaged.
An operations in all departments of the profes
sion executed in the best possible manner. All
net useful inventions and improvements adopt
ed. The highest good of his patrons the ultima
tums of his ambition. . Deo. e.'6B-tf
IDM AND MARS OF ELDER BEENAII-
j DOWN.—Thom who wish to more • copy
of t .this coteallent work, can do so by caning at
tfiL oetir soon. August 29,1668.
Can be made by emy titan, women, and child in
this eomnty / g they will strictly adhere to the
plan of buying their goods of the well
known popular old COnooro, of
W. R. Smith's Sons,
, ADDISON, N. Y.,
Tiwassails, and tbonsiads of people hays al-
reedyreved their reward by thus doing. Svery
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES ,CLOTHING,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS; CAPS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
&c., &c., &c.,
ars on Land in abundance,
CHEAP POR THE MILLION,
at the old Reliable Corner, tho
GRAVE AND IMPORTANT INFORMA
TION TO CASH BUYERS WHO WISH
TO SPEND THEIR MONEY WHERE
THEY CAN GET THE MOST FOR IT.
W. H. SMITH'S SONS' systrm of keeping
an enormous stook of goods at all times of the
year, and selllng theta oheap—this system so ob_ .
nozioda to big profit stores—is fairly begun for
the Pall mason at their store, and such a year for
people good was never known before. Cer
taltdy there is no good reason for swindling pH.
ass now; we have had enough of them already.
The great advantage and importance of trading
for Cash or Ready pay is folly illustrated by the
low prices now raging at the People's Store.
A FEW HOUSEHOLD WORDS FOR THE
FARMER. MECHANIC, B.: PEOPLE
Bay your goo , is of • comma which has a big
assatemsat wad Is saMog las tiaws as many goals
and of COolltlitSO tell 'tom is MOO) times Chet.
per than ilDsil concerns. We es° all such ad
rantaga to our outmost.
A taw OMR 810 THUGS FOR THE Par-
DIRT BOTH?. TO OTHSIDER. BEFORE. BERND.
WO MI MONEY.
Look ant for blgatores and big rents; big notes
and rates of listener and no real takers at
of which is vary bad as against W. R.
Smith% &as' situation. Light axpenies and .no
rut; am goods at break-down prices, and the
geed old sotto of small profits. good value and
Well Marna, flying to the brims. The fast is,
the old 7 tru• end certain road to fortune for the
somultant la always to give his enatomers. as we
dis. the most be can for his money, and depend on
st salsa for his profits. Agstln, our popular
MealMatevystem of dealing, buying strictly
always having cash on hand. reader as
master, of the situation when a drop comes in the
Never before was there such a :snip
ing lot of goods, at low prises, as
W. R. Smith's Sons can
and will show from this
Cur Soak of Dry Goods and Clothing caret be
bout, and no enstorruir who is la the right shape,
ever Limn the store without buying, and DOllO
who easso what they say, will make the assertion
that they can boy goods elsewhere as slump. We
keep the largest stook of
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
that is kept in the county. Cell, if nothing more
dna to see the CRRAP GOODS on the anxious
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
at ruinous low rates.lZL cottage and palace can
be replenished fora son bow, by calling on the
Park'a Fri•wd. i. i
CROCKERY, WALL PAPER,
and e thousand other Redo can be found; and
no one who me them can help buying. We
mastafhenns all the CL OWING we sell. Every
well dewed men trays his harness of William B.
Smith's Sons. We also make to older. Our Cotter
Is mauler of his art ; he stands down the ball for
no man who wield, the shears for a livelihood;
hts Sta oars the deformed.
We keep Pork, 17-our and Salt,
&brays u low or less then market ratite.
It is more than ever the duty of every man
and woman to call here before buying, and look
through the stock of tempting goods and bargains,
as nct one can imagine or form any idea how
great a difference there in between the prices of
goods bought (or cash and prices of goods else.
where haughtier notes that are b otpaidproMptly.
The - safest thing for all buyers who want the
lowest notch in goods, is to call and get W. R.
Suilth's Bons'prices, and take around in your
pockets to compere. A great many stores will
get the cold ekoahter after you visit the Old Cor—
ner when they work for their customers,
Yon CIIIIDOt mistake the place, ma it °Militia
the room of form stores, immediately on the Erie
railway, and the rub is constantly going on.
Cell, if for nothing more than to see bow we
spike the guns. Yours, trulY•
W. R., 8K031.8 SONS
Add ion. N. 7., Sept 6,1866.
LINES OP TRAVEL
On and attar Monday, Nor,Mt. 1860. trains Irillidale
Corning at the following hours:
IrZSTW/ED 11017 ND
12:28 a. ru., Express 31•11.Sunds.va excepted. for Borct
10, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, COa.e< tin IS with tt.tix t
fur the West.
daft • zu Night Express, Sundays excepted, fur Hudak
Salamanca, mad Dunkirk, tusking direct runner:tun
Idle trains of tb• Atlantic • Great Westerns, Lk.
Shore,and Grand Trunk Railway., feral" point. West
7 43 1 e. In 4fight Express, Daily, for Buffalo, Saltantan..,
Dunkirk and the West.
7do a.m., ?Jail Train, 'Stutters excepted, for Rod..
ter and Buffalo, vis Avon.
10:28 a. m. Train, Sundays excepted, fur BuSalv
216 D. m- Baltimore Expreur, Brlndayi ekcaptt.J, I
&oche/ter and Buffalo. via Aron.
6 iff p. m., k)rilgrant train. Daily, for the Weet
p. rit.. Day Express, humlays excepted, c.ir
ffslarounce. and the West, connecting at 9alam.ci.
with th♦ Atlantic A Great Western Railway, ii,.,,i
at Buffalo with the — Lake Hhoro and Brand front
Hallways for pointy wan and *math
7;35 p M Day Expreal,Sundays excepted, for It. hen LTr
1226 p m Way Freight, Sundays exceptad
1210 a. na., Night lixpr ors , Doily, connac tine at Elz,:te
far CaaasadiugusoLl4o for Harrisburg. PhilaitittLts,
and South, at Or►yronrt for IVarwitk. and et New
York with afternoon tinins and stmoneart for Cost.
and New Ragland Cale..
India. m, Cincinnati F.xprese, Mondays except. 4,,,,,
netting at Owego for Ithaca• et 9insharriton fyr
Syracuse; at Great Bend for Scranton, ililladelelda,
and Trenton; at Lackwiraten kir Hawlaywof at
court for Newburg and Warwick.
10:40 a. al., Day Empress, Sundays excorAti, , onnerll,4
at Elmira for Canandairros, at Ringfaincton fur
cow, at Great Band for Scranton, at Lacka - sariii
Rawlay, and at Jersey City with midnight Criss.
Train of New Jersey Railroad for Plilladeiplila B a n,.
more and Washington.
10.4 S a m Accommodation Train daily.
1250 p. us. way Freight, Sunday■ excepted.
3ao p. m , Baltimore Express, Sundays excepted
5:50 p. m., Now York and Baltimore Mall, tandays
canted, connecting et Elmira for flarrisburer. Ph al.,
delphis, and South.
7.05 p m Lightning Express, Sundays excepted, .43
nacringat Jersey City with morning express main et
New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Pratthington,
and at New York *lth morning express Mulls* for
Houton and the East.
WM. R. BdRR,
Won't Pam Agent
Slossbsirg & Corning, & Tioga U. IZ
8 18 •
Accommodation, 330 pintAecoproodatioo,lo 20am
L. 11. SHATTUCK, Sup c
Trains will err. tad depart at Williamsport as toll C7l
Eastward ' Westward
Ids Mai/ Train 10 10 p m Erie Mall Trail... 7 15 a m
Elmira TralmA 50 a m Erie Ex'u Trals.S 45 p
TrainS 'IS a Elmira Mall Train 656 p m
Powwow Can ron through on tha Erht Mall Rad Ex
proms Trains irlthout change both ways Damson Phns
dolphin and Erin
NEW YORE CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 0 a re, arrive at Erie 9.30 a m.
Leave NewlYork at 100 p aa, arrive at Ed. 7 1.5
Leaveltrle at 6.30 p m, arrive at Neu York 4.4.0pr0
Leave Erie at 10 25 a m, cortm at- Tow York 10 10 o
A. L. TITAN Oral .F.,37.
Northern Control B. a.
TRAINS FOR THE :NORTH.
Traltalfor ermindarats leave Eltntrass
Acconsodatlon .7 00 m
Expteee [fittest train on roa d]....__. 4.5 a m
Way /freight, [passenger mesh attached] " 15 a az
TRAINS 808 THE SOIITH.
Trains for Williamsport, Baltimore Sind Philadelphia
Ls, lease Elmira as follow.,
Hall atl. 4 4.Z. n
Express 5 30 p m
Local Freight • . ..... 530 am
Through 6 00 d
ligh.Tb• Express train whiat leaves for the North at
11 45 am, runs through direet from Williamsport to
Canandaguise Tho Espress loch lessee Elmira ter
Wllllamsport et .5 SO p m, is the through [Min entth
from Casandamols. J. N DUAIIRY, Sept.
Atlantic and Great Weft.=
WESTWARD BOERS ,
Mail. 0.00 Express ............
Accommodation 6;45 Had .........
Express ..11-0C t Bzprne alu
At Cory there is a PRESSOR with the Yhiludelphia
Erie, and CII Creel: Hail Roads.
At Meadville with the rranklin end Oil City and
At Lievittabargo the Slahotdoy Branch makes a al.
reel rooter to Cleveland. At Havana. commas with
Cleveland and rittabuitili Railroad.
The Road peeves [brunet Akron, Avhleud, Gallon,
Marion, Crbena and Dayton, Iniereeetlnii rerioi.e
road., and terminates et eiLICIIRII4d.
• Gen. Papt , .1.10•0111 e, la.
DEERFEELD WOOLEN F AOTORII
TILE UNDERSIGED having purchased
the well known Woolen Factory of Messrs.
&A B. S. Bowan onthe Cowaneagne River, two
:alley east of Knoxville, takes this method of
Informing inhabitants of Tioga and adjoining
counties that he will manufacture wool • y tho
yard or on shares tosutt uustemere, into
FLANNELS CASSIMERES. DOE-SR ,
FIILL,CLdTH9, of all kind,
The machinery has been thoroughly repaired
and new machineryjadded thereto, also an im
proved new wheel which will enable him to work
the entire season. He will pay partioular sun -
RollCahrding & Cloth Dressing,
which will be done in the Dental t possible man
ner,having added one new Roll Machine, will
enable him to dispatch and accommodate people
from a. distance. He would farther say that he
has carried on the business in manufacturing
wool for farmers in Bradford and adjoining
counties for the past twenty years; he therefore
esn warrant an work and satisfy his customers,
using nothing in manufacturing bat genuine
wool. • JOSEPH INGIIAM.
Deerfield, Jan. 1,1866-Iy. '
ANDREW J. TIPPLE, having recently
purchased Mr. Wm. Townsend's interest in the
ITI A T MARKET,
would say to the citizens of Wellsboro and vicinity
that he will continue the business at the old Borg
stand—giving his entire attention in toipplying
the wants of all who may favor him with thmr
patronage. Constantly on hand
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Sbop one Door South of Derby's Shoe Shop
Wellaboro, Sept. 26; 1886 • tf.
Tioga Marble Works
D. CALKINS, late of the Irm of Calk-
AU. iros k Conklin, is now prepared to ere•
cute all orders-tor Tomb Stories and Monuments
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE
of the latest style and approved workmanship,
and with dispatch.
Fle„keeps oonstantly on hand both kinds of
Marble and will be able to suit all who may facor
hint with their orders, on at reasonable tame at
can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as good as new,
HARVEY ADAMS, CI (Charleston, it toy Agent,
and all contracts toads with him will be tilled by
me at shot, prices. 11.
Tioga, Dec. 19, 1966-17
U. S. CLAIM AGENCY,
Arm? tad Ivy Claims suall YCZWOZIS.
rNSW 801IWTY LAW passed Ju1y28,1858, g'
bio sod three years' solakes extra bouoty. Send
la your &Wheezes.
OFFICERS' EXTRA PA Y.
Three motor extra pay proper to volunteer akars
who were In lerwlee btereb 3,1 855 .
To ell vibe ba•Plbst and 'am bare been perma
nently and totally disabled
All otbes.Goveratnent claims prostente E d.
J811': - .. B. NILES.
Planing & Turning.
B. T. VAN HORN,
AVINti got his new Factory. in operation.
is now prepared to fill orders for Cabinet
Ware promptly and in the best style of workman
ship. Raving procured
be is ready to arose Worsts or plank with di,palbh.
SCROLL-WORK &. BRACKETS,
furnishedto order. his moohinee are of the oew
eat and most improved patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl, and Waln St 9, W ELLS
Oct. 31, 1866—tf, B. T. VAN HORN.
Bounty and Pension Agency.
AVM) received &butte Instructions In regard id
the extra bounty allowed by the act approssd
sly 25 , 1886,and laving on hand a large supply of al
neeemstry blanks, we ore prepared to prosecute all per-
SUM and bounty claims which may be placed to oa r
hands. Persons Being it a distance can communicate
with an by bitter. and tbatr commanteatlon• wilt to
promptly *Amsted. SMITH SHAM
Gool Sup 't