Newspaper Page Text
ZIEMD - WO.N. AND TEED CAT
The faun:id the o* se they ,travolod one day,
With moral &women out shorter the way;
"'Tie great," says the fox., "to make justice our
"Hisw go diks is mercy," Grimalkin replied.
11:111* thus they proceeded, s wolf from the wood,
Impatient of hunger end thirsting for blood,
Rushed forth es he sew the dull shepherd asleep,
And seised for his supper ea ixmocent sheep.
"Se vain, wretched victim, for merry you bleat,
When mutton's et head," 11176 the Snif f "I
eztalalktis sstetlahodp—the fox stood &abut,
Te'sae the fell beast st his bloody repast,
"Inset a wretch," says the =A, "'tis the rant of
Dees beleed upon tech when there's herbage and
Oda the fox. N while the Wu gin . ns soothe so
What • tyrant is this to spill issmooent blood f"
Wen, °award they taereted s and they moralised
Tilftluay c o mae whereosoze poaltsy picked Ilia
Sy a mill.
Sly Itsyni.ra surveyed them with gluttonous eyes,
And the spite of- morals a chicken his prise.
A moose, too, that chanced from its covert to
The greedy Grimalkin reeved as tlr prey.
A'spider that. sat in ha weon theas - 11.
Pereet...ed the pear vial= sad' pitied their fall.
She cried, "Of snehmadenhowgoiltieu amli
Do rso to resole oz. s oar taken IST.
tat halts or oar neighbors with heal= we
MA tax not oarselrei, though we prude* the
Waste - vtd - Want - ---
Mrs: - Haskell,' in the Household
Encyclopedia," enumerates a long list
of small household leaks, which we
=amend. to the careful attention of
every housekeeper. •
''The vinegar on pickles loses its
strength or leaks out, and the pickles
Apples decay for want of looking
-4 - brliepons for want of salt. and 'the
beef because the brine wants scalding.
Hams become tainted or filled with
vermin for want ofright protection.
Drled- -beef becomes so hard that it
cannot be &at.
_Cheese moulds, and it is eaten by
Lard is not well tried in the fall, and
beemes_tainted, but spoils for want of
being wenn:Lade at first:
Bones are burned that would make
Ashes are thrown out carelessly en
dangering the pr atise* and being
Servants leave a light burning in the
kitchen. ,when they are all out of an
Table cloths and napkins are used as
dish wipers. -
Table, linen is thrown carelessly
doWn and eaten by mice, or put away
Mats are forgotten to be put under
Tea pots are melted by the stove.
Water is left in pitchers, and allowed
to freeze in winter. -
Slaps for cows and pigs are never
China is used to feed este and doge
Pie-crust is left and laid by to sour
instead of making a few tarts for tea.
Cold batter is thrown out because but
little is left.
Cold puddings, are considered good for
nothing, when oftimes they can be
steamed for the neat day, or, as in the
ease of rice, made over in other forms.
Vegetables are thrown away—that
would warm for breakfast nicely.
Dish cloths are thrown where mice
can destroy them.
Soap is left in water to dissolve, or
more used than necessary.
If bath bricks, whiting, rotten atone,
etc., are used much is wasted,
The scrub brush is left in water pail
scorched by the firs, tubs sod barmier
left in the sun to dry and fall apart,
chamber pails allo:Ved to rust, tins dried
and iron ware rusted, nice knives used
for cooking in the kitchen, silver spoons
used to scrape kettles, or forks to toast
Rinsings of sweet meats or skim
mings of syrup, which make good vine
gar. are thrown out
Clothes are whipped to pieces in the
wind, fine fabrics rubbed on the board, '
and laces torn in starching.
Brooms are never hung up and gad
ones are spoiled.
Carpets are swept with stubs hardly
fit to sweep the kitchen, and good new
brooms used for scrubbing.
Towels are used in place of holders,
and good sheets to iron, taking a fresh
one every week, thus scorching nearly
every one in the house. -
Fluid, if used, is left uncorked, en
dangering the house and wasting the
Caps are left from lamps, rendering
the fluid worthless by evaporation.
How To Me= GOOD DirrAtErk—No
matter what breed you have, something
is necessary to reach the highest success
fn raising good milkers. It's a great
thing to have good blood, whether It be
Ayrshire, Jersey or Short Horn grades,
but apart from this important advan
tage. the course of treatment in raising
a milker is somewhat different from
that in raising a beef animal, or an ani
mal for labor.
The calf should be well fed and pet
ted while young. Well fed, to induoe a
ed - Fslo - edattB'^ttlglittfer
to time in early ; petted to
gentle and fond of the presence of her
keepers. Fondling: helps to create a
quiet disposition, so important in a dai
ry cow, and their education must begin
when young. For a milker we would
have the heifer come in at two years
old, and she has been well kept, so as
to have attained a good size. she .is old
enough to become a cow. She will give
more milk for coming in early. It
forms the habit of giving ,milk., and
' habit, you know, is a sort of second na
ture. An older bull is better. We use
too many young bulls. A three or four
year old - bull is far better as a stock get
ter than a yearling, and many prefer a
five or six year old to any other. After
th e ff, haa enrna i n let. her_ feed be
regular. .Clover is preferred to all others
for the stall fed. A little oatmeal in
duces a large flow. Indian meal is rath
er fattening. In bad weather, give her
a clean airy stall—Massachusetts Plow
A story is told of a soldier who, about
one hundred and fifty years ago, was
frozen in Siberia. The last expression
he made was,—
It is ex—." He then froze stiff
as marble. In the summer of IMO some
French physicians found him, after
having /aid frozen for one hundred and
fifq .r. ,y_ears. They gradually thawed
Tim, add - then, animation being -re
stored, he concluded his sentence with
" 'me:tingly cold."
" Well, Tom," said a blacksmith to
his apprentice, " you have been with
me now three months, and have seen all
the different points in our trade. Iwiati
to give .you your choice of work for a
" Thank tee, sir." _
"Well, now, what part of the busi
ness do you like best!"
"Shuttin' up shop and going to din
DOUBTFUL ABOUT ITS EFFICACT.--A.
woman being enjoined to try the effect
of kindness on her husband, and being
told that it would heap coals of fire on
his head, replied that she had tried
water." and it didn't do a bit
of good. She was rather doubtful about
the efficacy of "coals."
THE -,-GREAT )
cENTRE::or- ATTRACTiCAN IS AT
G. S. MATHEI &
Would anieurme to the good people of Tioga
County that they bate lust returped from New
York with their second full stook of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
embracing all the noreltiea as well as the cab.
DRESS GOODS in all varieties, STAPLE
& FANCY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
& BEST FRENCH WOVE COR
SETS, GLOVES AND HO-
- FURS ! FURS ! I
MINI CONY, and Siberian Spines
tht, linen Stock of
CLOTHS '&-CASSIMERES in the county,
READY MADE CLOTHING, and
CLOTHING made to order super-
intendedby first class to? kmen.
SHOP MADE BOOTS & SHOES in end—
key variety. EATS
to suiVan tatter, •
GROCERIES, &C., &C.
Our goods haie been bought daring the last
panto in New York and will be sold at panic
Prices asp- down, monopoly broksqs_up. No
other stoptariniiieS4-Cotep - iti alfth iur in qual
ity and price. For farther particulars call at the
store of C. S. MATIIBR tr. CO.
Laurenoerille, Dec.l9, 1868.
LATEST FASHIONS_ DEMAND J. W.
BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED PATENT
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE
ITE Weadiettil fleXlbility and greet' ceinfort' and
pliesassith *styled, sreerhil the Duplex 8111ptlo
Skirt, will be experienced -particniarly in all crowddd
usembliea, opera., carriages, railroad cars, church-pews,
um chairs, far_nrosnenade end Wonns dxeee, ar the era's,
can be folded when In Tv* to occupy a, small place a.
mutts and consantantly Wrs silk or mtudiredress. en la ,
eallaikt . le quality/a cultiallne,,nat; totind:in ant jingle
A lady Laving enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and
grunt convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic steel
spring skirt fora single day. will never afterwards
dope.° with their use. For children, Misses and
yonng Indies they are superior to all others.
They will not bend or break like the single spring,
hr.t will preserve their perfect and gracefal shape when
three or tour ordinary skirts will have been thrown
asides: Useless. The 'Poole ore covered with donbletstid
twisted thread, end the both& rods are not only dun.
ble springs, bat twice (or double) covered; preventing
them from rearing out Vben dragging down stoops,
The Duplex Elllptio is a great favor:to with all ladies,
and isumversally recommended by the fashion Maga.
sloe., as the standard skirt of the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advantages in
crinoline, viz: superior quality, perfect manufacture,
stylish shape and finish. tit-midday, durability. comfort
and economy, inquire for J. tV. Bradley's Duplex 16111p
tic,or double spring skirt and be sure you get the gen
uine article. ---. _
C AMTION...-iTe guard eigairret- inspoeition, be particu
lar to notice that skirts offered as • , iiiiples" have the
red huh stamp, viz: ~ . 7 W. Bradley's Duplex Ealptla
Steel Springs," upon the waistbandrrione others ore
genuine. Also notice that crery hoop will admit a pin
PPM egeVenn i th i pil Th win
Weldon not to be found in any other skirt. -
For sale in all stores where first class skirts are sold
throughout the United States and elsewhere. Manu
factured by She sole owners of the patent,
WESTS," BRADLEY &CARY,
Jan9,bui 97 Chambers &79& 51 Reade its., N. Y.
Stoves t StoteS :
MR. WILLIAM. ROBERTS begs .to
announce to the alums of Tioga County,
that In addition to Ids excollont stock of Stoves,
Tin-Were, Brittanla, and Sheet-Iron Ware, he
has, at a great outlay, etocked his storo on
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
with a cdniplete aisoitient of Shetf tfardware
of which we enumerate the following artiulea :
SPIEES„CROWBARS, X CUT
MILL, HAND AND 'BUCK SAWS,
' BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
r _AUGERS, _
BITDSTOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, ,SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS
74 , IPEtam.8. AXLE
- TIC •
SPRINGS, 3ilOß.SEplagiFfS, WACk?, BAR,
,' , J. J
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFEE.B.S
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
-- - . -OAPS;,:
a new thing, and made for rue. These are bait a
few of the many articles eomposing our stook
We invite the public to call
and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the beet quality of
good, in our line ; and all work to order done
promptly and well.- WILLIAII ROBERTS'
Welliboro, Salt. 1, 1866—tf.
NEW FLOUR; GROCERY, AND PRO
Edwin B. Carvey,
It ready to furnish al:Women with
FLOUR, COMMON TO BEST, PORE,
HAMS, MACKEREL, WHITE
FISH, CODFISH, AND
PRIME GROCERIES. OF ALL KINDS.
-IMs 'Next door to Converselootore.
elloboro, Deo. 12, 1866-Iy.
FOLEY has some more of
watches, at No. 5 Uniop Block.
471ENERAI, wboletale agent for the Celebrated
PATENT PLATE PIANOS• manufactured
by DECKER BROS., CIIICIIERING &RON'S
PIANOS, ILAINES SILO'S PIANOS, MASON
HAMLIN'S CABINET oßciepze, and Treat,
Ltrusley do Co's Melodeons.
Ordersfrom dealere and Teacbers especially
aolicited. Address, L. B. POWELL,
July 20. 116 Penna. Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
NEW GOODS AND NEW PRICES
T. A. WICKHAM'S
TIO GA, PA.
HAVING Just returned from New York with
New and carefully aelected
STOCK OF GOODS,
Alllhos• tq of , ,GeKtior y thid-itA tholl;
; 1, 1 1 4'
EXAMINE OUR STOCK
and learn Prioes before buying elsewhere
KeipeOna - binily *- on
DRIED - ERBIT, 'GROCERIES, FLOUR
PORK, &C., &C
All tij above Goa lowest
Cash Prices and will be sold
ONLY FOB. CASH on READY PAY
Don'tretitiaiilite4;. ilitc:Aild stand o
VAN NAME & WIcEE
'lingo, Pa., Feb. 20, 1867-tf.
Card, Staales.f Are: SOng.
ARE PREPARED TO SELL AS CHEAP
as any dealera in the county, a general as
sortment of _
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES, FUR.
NIGHING GOODE, •
EARTHERN,USTONE; AND 4LAB9 WARE
in short, everything usually kept in a country
store, all of »blob will be sold as low- as else.
where, for •
READY PAY ONLY!
No trouble to Show
CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELVES.
STAPLES 44 00„ - grateful to old patrons for
past favors, hope for a continuance of the
same. Raving formed a copartnership with G.
P. CARD, they feel confident that they out do
a larger assortment.
COMPETITION DEFIED !
CARD, STAPLES & SON
Keeneyviile, Feb. 21, 1866,1 y.
Hartman's Safety Bridle and LiiieS.
' ' (Patented November:7,lB66.)
AMOK" valuable article for all who drive bor•
am. See "Agriculturist" for March, 1866.
.hecomtoMaard by' Wilkes, of tho Spirit of the
Times ISonner, of the New York Ledger, and
many other celebrated horsemen.
The subscriber owns the patent for Tioga, Sus
quebanun tad Bradford. counties. Individual or
township rights for sale, on fivorable terms.
Harness makers who wish to make the lines for
theireastothers who buy individual rights, will
be dealt with liberally.
By a alight alteration, the safety linesmay be
attached to almost any bridle. ,-- .
All persona are eantioried against making or
acing the'brldle - or lines, in the counties aferesaid,
without authority from the undersigned. •
WAUSAU & &4711120 P,
STOVES,- TIIV. TVA-14,
WATER LIME, ' •
AQBI Tat riAL Mi.;ScErS,
Carriage!' and -Harness Trimmings,
:4.A.2,ISrESSES, SADDLES, -Lc
E R. KIMBALL, . ,
GROOERY AND RESTAURANT,
One : door above the Meat Mtiiket,
-WELLSBORO, PENN ,- A,
RESPEOTFULLY announces -to the trading
Pablic that he has a desirable stock of Oro
aeries, comprising', Teas, Coffees, Spices, Sugars,
Molasses, Syrups, and all that constitutes a Skat
e:Lass stook. Oysters in every style at all sea. ,
Wellsboro, Jan. 2, 1867-0. -
trrarniinonue fo the citizens of Wellsbo-
VT ro and atirricindlag country,. that he has
opened a shop on the eoraer of Water and Crof
ton streets, for the purpose of manufacturing all
,CABIN - ET FITBSITITBE,-;-
' REPAIRING AND TURNING DONE
to older. copFars of all kinda furnished on
ebort notice. All work done promptly and war
ranted. W ellsboro f Jun e 1886.
WELLSEORO PETROLEUM CO.—
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
Directors of this Company at a meeting held De
cember 15, by resolution decided to close
affairs of the Company and distribute the batmen
in the bands of the Treasurer, prorate among the
,paid.in stock. Tbs property of the
Company will be sold and the proceeds divided
in like manner. Stockholders will present their
receipts to the TV/145M. By miler,
'Did; 19,1866.' M. R. COBB, Clikli;
A. PARSONS , ' -
Is now iStltitg his entire stook of ,
DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS CLOAKS,
BALMORALS, SKIRTINGS, )3EA
. VERB,- COATINGS, eAsSi
?ORES, FLANNELS, &C.;
et largely reduced prim, in order to prepare for
Spring Trade. , My stook has been Tut of bar
gains all the tesson; ,and the: present* lednation
taskt! 'front induiegt,nte to . any one w wants
goods in out line, to fall and see tis. bo
matte stock is as large now as during )he fall,
and averages lower prices than at any time this
Best Prints only is & ed per yard
fast col's 15 eta per Yard.'
"ate' only Is per yard
l'lJ4itrown Sheettngs only Is pei yd.
He Skirtings yd wide, is &8d pr yd.
tacky Jeans 25 cents per yard. t
Bleached MUlablEi yd wide, 25 eta per yd
'otids eqinilly%ll6p: Isdeisiv;
call especial attention to my Mock of custom
work } ftun2 ha Obestir .Eihoe • Manufacturing CO,
Ladies' rid potish Boots, • '
Ladies' Kid ConOWS gaiteri,, ‘ •
Ladies' Kid plain Boots,
Ladies' Lasting Congress Gaiters,
Misses Kid Balmoral:, ,„
Children's Kid Shoes,
which work we warrant to be of the beet class
and intend to sell it at a much lower scale of
prices than such work is usually sold. " I intend
to do the same by this work that have always,
done by my stook of Riehardson's Boots and
Shoes, warrant every lair, and make good any
that:fail to give satisfaction. I intend to give
OPPOSITE ROT'S BUILDING,
tbMwork a fair trial and think the arrangement'
will prove advantageous to my customers.
WHOLBEILE DRIV 11101111.
CORNING, N. Y.
n13.17G8 AND MEDICINES, PATNA)
JI-0' AND OMB,
THADDEUS DAVIS' EMS, CONCEN
MATED MEDICINES, CIN- •
CINNITI WINES AND
KEROSENE LAWS, PATENT ME)
LINES, PETROLEUM OIL,
Ftrmgai • '%
AND FLAVORING: EXTRACTS, WAtL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS; t 1: -
AND DYE COLORS,
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Boyers are requested
to call and get quotations before going farther
W. D. TERBELL & CO.
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1,1866—1 y
• ' :
T HE eabaarihetbntrtg now determined to
' Y e6od;6tit ms '§,TooK
WINTER•-: I CLOtHING
Offers the whole for
THE NEST THIRTY DAYS, 1
At actual COST for cab
This stock is Largo and Midstlye, sod will
be found worthy .of adoption, as it comprises a
VARIETY OF BICH & ELEGANT
He Imi veers bts stook of
WINTER DRESS GOODk_
which comprises a great variety of Trench Me
rinos, Coburge, Paramettas; together with about
20 SETTS of
on the same tame. .2'BOEIAB
WoUsbato, Reb, 24-use7t
J. L. PELP EN,
KREPS constantly onband a tlno stock of Pore
Drags, godieinne, Chemicals, 'ie.,
for Medicinal and Sacremental use; also all tho
pipttlar Patent Medicines, Paints, Varnishes, Oils,
/be., all kinds of hrushes, Dye Colors, D,yo WOods
and Stuffs, 4no Toilet Soaps, Perfumery, Pom
ades, Cosmetics, 1 e.,
Memorandum Books, Pass Books ' de., _Potash
in bulk at 15 cents per ponnd, Rosan n e Oil,
Lamp Oil, Turpentine, 13ensine,-.50.
Fresh Oatmeal and Pearl Barley at 1.0 cts par
pound. I am nolo agent in 131essburg for Dr:
N. Weaver's Bit. Fireweed, cud warrant it to
male Scrofula, Balt Rheum, Scurvy, Pimplea on
the face,, and all diseases arising from impure
itate of the Blood if used according to directions,
Particular attention given to ceinpeuuding
Physician's and other Prescriptions. I guaran
tee satisfaetion. both in quality and price.
Remember the Store, oppobite the new Coal
Co's Store, Blossburg,
Aug. 15, 1866—tf. J. L. BELDEN.
C • do N. 111,111410N3YS NURSERY.—
Middlebury, TiOga Co.; Pa.,
Bltnatedbri•tbe Plank Roal, 4 miles from Slog&
We are prepared to furnish 100,000 Fruit Trees
M the following prices:
Appletices—large size, 25 cents at the Nursery;
SO cents delivered.- Common size,-20 cents nt the
Nursery, 25 cants delivered. ,Year Trees, 50 ets.
Suumni APPLES.—Burnham Harvest, Early
Harreiti Chenastgo Strawberry, Washington
Strawberry, Bed Astrachan, Seminar llellflower,
Simmer (paean, Summer King, Sweetpew,,Sour
Rau, Arrtus.—Famouse, Gravenstein, Rambo,
RibstonPfppin,..Fall Pippin, Republienn
Hawley or Douse, Mattletes BMA, Large Wine,
Ladies' Swotting, Lyroart's Pumpkin Sweet.
WIPTER APPLZ9.—Baldwin, Bailey Sweet,
Black GiMower, Blue Pearmain, American Gol
den Russet, Roxbury Russet,Rbode Island Green
ing,Esopus Spitzenburg,-Swaar, Sweet G allover,
Sugar Sweet, Honey Greening, Honey Sweet,
Pound Sweat, Pound Sonr, Peck's Pleasant, Tall
num Sweet, Tompkins, Co. Ring, Wagner.
ZBARS.—Bartlett, English Jargonelle, Bleaker's
Meadow, Bella Lucrative, Louisa Bona D Jersey,
Seekel, Baurro D' Amalis, Golden Deurre,Flemish
Beauty, Gloat Moreenu, Lawrence.
Also—Siberian Crab, Quinces, and Grape roots
—Severat iarictics. C. k N. HAMMOND:
Middlebury, Tinge. Co„ Pa., Jan. 1, 1868-Iy,.
Stiiteg & Tin Ware
Is now prepared to furnish the public with
nything in his line of business, in quantity as
rge, , in quality; as good, and as cheap in price
s anploalers in Northern Ponnsylvania.
J. A. PARSONS
STOVE-ANA TIN WARE BUSINESS,
and intend to keep a full assortment of omirything
in that lino.
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
executed In the beat manner and iv4h dhlutch
1866. - FOR SALE. 1866.
B. C. - WICKITAM,
A T ,lIIS NURSERY OP FRUIT AND OR
NA.IIENT,A.L L.TREES, IN TIOGA :-
60,000 Apple, Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
Alociis,l4ly'of PLUM, igAbli, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES k SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, soma of them large and
in beating. Any one -wishing to get a supply
will do. — eit to call and see my stock before pur r
°basing elsewhere. Tom' Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
'Bogs, Fdb. 28, IS6II-Iyi,
Rona aal Cato ?Mors.
long and favorably
known, will 'that ,
by • strengthening
and cleansing tbo
stomach and lutes-
It ti a ELM pre
: cativo of ail din.
cagcs incident to
5 c ,„ _ ?EVER, GLANDERS,
iFELL - o:6'
LOSS QF APPE-- — t
TITE AND VITAL •
ENERGY, &c. Ito
use improves the ' mot 4
the appetite.-gives -•-
a antooth and_
• - ,•ki .
glossy' 4 , y 4 . -••
transforms t h
riaterable skeleton bald% i - frai ,, li7rolcing . and - spirited
TO keepers of Cows this Preparation is invaluable.
IC increases the quantity end improves the quality
of the ant It hal
been protron Ity no
' ' Oral experiment to
increase the quart
./' tity of milk and
V‹.• , cent. and per
e n giv ' est n 'rg
Pi3: 3 :4 .. l tTzt
plti t e d , e loov in nl
So all dismiss of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers la
the, tuags Liver, •
ac., is apish, T , A r.•
acts n th
a irptelde. _
Sy patting from
one•halt a p • tper :Ly:.......h.,:
to a paper is -2J-4--
barmier swiu the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in time, ri certain
preventive sod curs for C 3,, crxr.
Prioa 25 Cents per Parer, o • 6 Forezil for $l..
- Tr.re.o_ftny rr -
S. A. 3 - k"'ol77rZ Bc-33R0.,
MMUS:ILE DUO AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St, Baltimore, Md.
Torso)," by Tfr.rr,ieti nod 5t0,',,;,.*:
04t the if ated. st_tes.
For enliNy John A. Rok, Wellsboro.
VIOLIN STRINGS at
WEBB'S DRUG STORE
LIFE AND TIMES OF ELDER SHEAR
DOWN.—Those who - wish to secure a Copy
of this excellent work, can !Jo so by calling at
this office soon. August 20,1888.
TOB-WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE. and
0 with dowpatabyat THE AGITATOR Office.
.nratti l Medittileo; * Ae.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
STATIONERY, PENS, PENCILS,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
_FOR TUE ,MILLION
D. P. ROBERT,
He pays particular attention to the
CALL AND SEE ME
D. F. ROBERTS
Wellaborough, March 7, 1866.
WW . ILANE NOW ON HAND A
SELENDID ASSORTMENT OE
At the People's Store, Cornlng t N, Y. I
adapted tothe wants of all classes; and as we
laid in for a good stock just' before the Tate ad
/AI/ICC in Now York, wears now enabled to sell
most of our goods at about
NEW YORE PRICES
We would call especial attention. t 6. ear lergik
stock of goods for
and the finest line of
FRENCH MeSLTNS AND ORGANDIES
eve.offerml in this market. tYijoisisn have a mice
LADIES' .§.A . CQUES, PALMA& AND
in cloth and silk, to 107iah ire in rife Maartenlion
of buyers, - Oar dock - of •
F r i 5
for men's lioar, in kept Tory full, and
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
on short notico Ifdost style
Balmoral and Hoop Skirts,
ALPACAS, POPLINS, DeLAINES,
CHALLIES, - SUN UMBRELLAS,
Oui• facilities for BUYING GOODS are UN
SURPASSED by any in this section, and we
wish it understood that •
We do not intend to be UNDERSOLD by
- We tender our. thanks to the citizens of Tioga
Co., who have patronized as. and would respect
fully invite those who have never. done so to call
and sob us. Store - Opposite the Dickinson House
on Market Street, three doors-west-of the corner,
and two doors east of Thangerford's Bank.
Corning, N. Y., l'ior:-21;1856
D. F. STONE,
lAKES this method, of announcing to the
v.,. e 1.. ; ,• •va-sksai—utalatt-v_ihnt
las t r
jusecetved suitable stock of
TEAS, SUGARS, COFFEE, SYRUP,
MOLASSES; TOBACCO, OIL,
Gold GREEN TEA for . 12s. per lb.
SUGARS 'front is. to 17 cents per Zb
And everything in the
Cali and see us. Don't ask us for trust, to be
plain we don't keep it. Remember the- " ani
mile" that came to grief because he couldn't
make "both ends meet." D. F. STONE.
East Charleston, Doe. 5,1866-3 m
irANITOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RE
' 0:1 STORED.--•Just- published, a now
citation of Dr. CraverwelPs'Colebrated
Essay on the radical cure (without med
icine) of SperMatorrhoeis, or seminal Weakness, moral.
notary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physi
cal Incapacity. Impediments to Marriage, etc.; also
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Pits included by slf-In
dulgence or sexual extravagance.
4i Price to a sealed envelope, only G matte.
ThesV m rated author In this admirable essay clearly
demons ates, fro a thirty years' successful practice,
that the arming consequences of self. ahem may be
rn lically obrod without the dangerous tom of Internal
medicine or'tho application of the knife .pointingout
a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effectual,
by means of which every sufferer, nu matter what his
condition may be, May cure larnself cheaply, privately,
and radically. i
This lecture should be to the Lance of every yduth
msd_eyery map in the lend,
Scot, under seal, in a plain envelope, toa n yaddress
poet-pald, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps.
Address the publisher.,
CHAS, J. C. KLINE di CO.;
Jan.il-am. 127 Bowery, ew 'Fork, P. O. 80x,4586.
PRESERVE YOUR TVXTH.
T 11. RANDALL, Surgeon Dentist, would re
spectfully inform the citizens of Tioga, Law
renceville, and vicinities that he has located per
manently at Tioga (office over Teller's Drug Store)
where ho may be found the first three weeks of
cacti mouth, and will be at Lawrenceville the last
week in each month at the residence of Chas. Van
Particular attention given to the treatment of
of all diseases of tho Teeth, Gums, arid Alveolar
and to regulate irregular Teeth in young
persons. Also, ospedial attention given to Fitting
Amadei Teeth, Palates, and obdurators on any
kind of plate desiredl
Antestheties administered and Teeth Fatraoted
Without pain in every cone where it may be con
All work will be done with promptness, and
warranted, and at prices censistent wt th the times.
Let-erery one call who may need or wish for a
good looking sett of teeth.
Tioga, Pa., Nov. 7, 1886.—tf.
PNEWELL, DENTIST, MANSFIELD, Pa.,
. grateful for the very liberal patronage
heretoforo received, will continue on as to per
fovea all dental operations, as to merit the rapidly
increasing professional demands now engaged.
Ali operations in all departments of the profes
sion executed in the best passible manner. All
now, useful inventions and improvements adopt
ed. The highest good of hia patrons the ultima
tum of his ambition. Dec. 5,'66-If
R ica BohemitkalaasSaaaa, at -
deal 9 'FOLEY'S
of evory variety.
SMITH &, WAITE
At di - 1;w rates
Can bo made by every man, woman, and child in
this celerity, if they will strictly adhere to the
plan of buying their goods of the well
known popular old concern 14
W. R. Smith9s,Sons,
ADDISON, N. Y.,
Thousands and thousands - of people have al-
Tespixliped. *tit Forsiipt by Cbu doing, Every
DRY GOODS, pItOcERIEg ,CLOTHING,
BDOTS gc SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
C - ARPMS, OILCLOTHS,
&c., &c., &c.,
ate on band in abundance,
UR FOE TUE MILLION,
at the old Reliable Corner, the
GRAPE AND IMPORTANT INFORMA
TION TO GASH 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 ob
nosiods to big profit stores—is fairly begun for
the Fall eeason at their store, and such 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 Caeh 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, & PEOPLE
Bay your goods of a .coucera which has a big
assortment midis selling ten times as many goods
VittllCrt — tircur mar nalasry - rtiaatz =HS=
per than small concerns. We give all such ad
vantages to our customers.
A FEW OTHER BIG THING! TOR THE PIM.
DENT BUYER TO CTNSIDEE EZTORE
ING MS Mons.
Look out for higatares and big rents; bignotes
and big rates of interest and no real takers at
that—all of which is very bad as against W. 8..
Smith's Sons' mituaucrn. Light expenses and no
rents, new goods at break dotiu prices, and the
good old rnottorof small profits. good value and
quick returns. tying to the breaze. Tho fact is,
the only true and certain road to fortuno for the
merchant is always to give his customers. as we
do. the most ho can for his money, and depend as
largo sales fur his profits. Again, our popular
and legitimate system of dealing, buying strictly
for cash, always having cash on hand, render us
misters of the situation when a drop comes in the
Never before was there such a tempt
ing lot of goods, at low priees,ns
TV. R. Smith's Sons can
and will showfrom this
Our stock of Dry Goods and Clothing can't be
beat, and no customer who Is in the right shape,
ever leaves the store witholit buying, and none
who care what they say, will make the assertion
that they can buy goods elsewhere as cheap: We
keep the largest stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
that is kept in the county. Call, if nothing more
than to son the CHEAP GOODS ort the anxious
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
at ruinous low rates. The cottage and palace call
be replenistied for a 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. IWe
manufacture all the CLOTHING we sell. Every
well dressed man buys his harness of William R.
Smith's Sons. We also make to order. Our Cotter
is master of his art; he stands down the hall fir
no man who wields the shears for a livelihood;
his tits cure the deformed.
Tre keep Pork, Rour and Salt,
always as 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,
as no one can imagine or form any idea bow
great a difference there ie between the prices of
goods bought for cash and prices of goods else.
where bought for notes that are not paidpromptly.
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 will
get the cold shoulder after you visit the Old Cor—
ner where they work fbr their customers.
You cannot mistake the place, as it occupies
the room of four stores, immediately on the Brie
railway, and the rush Is constantly going on.
Call. if for nothing more than to see how we
spike the guns. Yogre,traiy.
W. R. SMITH'S SONS
Addison. N. Y., Sept 6,1806. • '
LINES OF TRAVEL
Oa and attar Monday, Nov, id, 13ed, trains will i".,.
Corning at tiserollowing boors,
12M a. m, ilspreas Mall. Sundays exLept.l. for Bunt
10, Salamanca, and Dunkirk, connecting with trstr,s
for the Went.
Ella at Night Express, Sundays excepted, for Dinah,
Salamanca, and Dunkirk, making direct connectita
with-Mimi of the Atlantic A Groat Western, Lake
Shore, and Grand Trunk Railways, forallpOinta wen
7:43 a. na.,Eight Express,Dally, for Buffalo. Salk:imam,
Dunkirk and the Wear.
kW( Trait. Sundays excaptral, for Rothe.
tar andllialfalo, via Avon.
lEEE a. m. Mail Train, Sundays excepted, ibr
p. m. Baltimore Uproar, Ganda,* skraPiai,
Rochester and Buffalo, via Avon.
5.40 p. m., Ennnrant train, Daily, for the Watt.
leff p. m.. Day Express, Sundays erupted, for Ennio,
Salamanca and the War, oonnectitig at Ealamea c ,,
with the Atlantic A Great Watson Stairway, ea t
at Pulfalo with the Lake Sbore and Grand Trunk:,
Balla - aye far points treat and south.
7;55 p m Day Express, Sundays sxmptad,los RoMmattr
1.25 p m Way Yrideat, Sundays exaaphod
12:10 a. ut" N lett EXprosa, Da ily, conntetla; at Elmira
for Cattandatica, also for liarrithurg, EhEadalphia,
and South, at Graycoart for Warwick. and at :,...•
York with ;afternoon trains and steamers for Boma
idol Now England Cam.
3:68 a. ra„ Cinch:malt Express. Mondays orcrytod, cur
%meting at Owsgo for Itba=t; at atnr;butriton for
oyracase; at Great Bona for Scranton, rhfludo ‘.
mut Treu to o; at Lazitatraxeu for IlaxloyAnci
court fur Nurrborr, and WorwLolc.
10:40a. m.,¢/7 Pap rllais SUlldayikaCepted, cOnnectlei
ac lamtra for Castansioslgno, ar Illoghanatoa f,.sr Syr,
Caw, at great Band for Scranton, at Lackawoxou sor
iit.l 4, llittd ttt Sersey City with alsinight Fiycoaa
T m s . tt o a r . Na d
...1717 0 ntlraltd for Philadelptsta, JAILS
-10,0 a no docommodatlon Train daily.
rt s go p. m . nay Freight, Sundays excepted.
p . Baltimore raprelll, F.l22ldtkyll ennontad.
N. York and Baltizoor• !Meaty. an
canted, oonnottins at Elmira for Ilarrisituran,2kßa:.
dalphla, and south.
7.06 p m Lightning Express, Snndsys excepted, con
senting at Jftney City with mar -alas express train of
New Jersey Railroad for Beata:lora and 'Washington,
and et New York with morning express twins for
Boston and the Earl.
WM. IL BARB,
P. Azera. _
Blossburg & Oosuia g, & Tioga a. /2
Leave Corning. Arrlvit.
3141 3 13 o .....
ACcommodation . 330 p lAcoommodatLon,lu 20
• Y. H. SHArrt-C.l,2n.'t
Philadelphia & Erie U. ri
'baby. will au. and depart at Williamsport as iod3,
Erie Mail Train 1010 p m 1 Erie Mail Trela...7 13 a
E. Express Train.. 4 10 a m Erta Ex'ss Train. 9 03 ?
Elinfra maII TralnStb am Elmira mat Troia 33 pa
Piasenger Can ran through on the Eris Eall wad
press Trains without change both ways bevies. I Fah
dalphls and Elia.
NEW YORE CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 9 a m, arrive at Sri. , 9.99 a_ m
Lawn tionTork at .5 00 p m, arriva at Erie 113 p
Leve Erie at 540 p CO, arrive at New York 4.40 p a.
Levi Site at 1013 a m, arrive at Yaw York 10 10 a m
A. L. TTU3, Cierel 9r,pt
Northern Central a a
TRAITS FOR. THE NOBTIL
Trains farCaaandagula lama lilmlra u followa:
Acconoodatioa at. , TOOsa
Bxpress [bated train oo road] 114.5ezi
Way Freight, Dam:agar coach attache011........ i 10
TILLTTS TOE THE sorra.
Trains far Williamsport, Baltimore and Philadellna
Alc., lease Elmira as Elioni; -
Expreat... ........... ............ ...... 380 p
L.ocul Prel — ght 5 30 e
M.The Espresa train arhuh lmma for the NMI& e:
11 .15 on, runs turough direct from Willostaspmt
CananclumoM. Tho Express which leave* Elmira fo
Williamsport at 530 pm,lo t 1 through train iwutt.
from Canerviagme. 3.. i totAiLlea, Gee] Sum
Atlantic and Great Western R W
WErriCaftD BASSI/L.ID Booss,
Ystf - ... 530 Esprmo .514
Accommodation aAs 31.1
Express 133 Accommodation, 111.
txpreas ./ I Ekpreite .....
At Cory theie la a Junction with the PlillaSelphis s
Erie, and Cll Creek Rail Roads.
At Ileadvilte With the Franklin cad Oil City
AT..ll.envitcsbnrgo the 31ahordny Brandt males a .r.
rani route to Cleveland. At 11/191113ta 00/11.0t.,
Cleveland and Pittelnirah Railroad.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland, lla/inn,
.I.larlou, Urbana and Dayton, lutersectina - tarmac
roads, and terminates at Cincnnutl. D. dIcLARRis ,
Gen. Sept., 3leedville, Ye.
DEERFIELD WOOLEN FACTORY,
MILE UNDERSIGED baying purchased
-C the well known Woolen Factory of 3ietors.
E. t B. S. Bowen °lithe Covvaneoque Favor, tx
miles oast of Knozvillo, cokes this method of
informiugthe Inhabitants of Tioguand adjoining
cioanues that no Will manufacture wool by tot
yard or on sharostoonit customers, Into
FLAB - BELB, CASSIMERBS, DOB-SKIN e
FULL CLOTHS, us all kLad2
The machinery hab been thoroughly repaired
end new machinery added thereto, also an
proved new wheel which will enable him to work
the entire season. Hewill pay particular atten
itollCarding& Cloth Drioising,
which will be donein the neatest possible man
ner, having added one new Roll Maohine, aril
enable him to dispatch and accommodate peorle
from a distance. He world farther say that I,
has carried on the business in manufacturmg
wool for farmers in Bradford and adjoining
counties for the poet twenty years; he therefore
can warrant all work and liatlary his custooicra,
using nothing in manufacturing but genum,
wool. JOSEPH INGHAM
Deerfield, Jan. 1,188611 y.
ANDREW 3. TIPPLE, basing reetetiy
purohas'fd jr. Wm. Townsend's xuterest
would say to the citizens of Welistn° and vicinity
that he will continue the business at the old Borst
stand—giving hie entire attention in LUT,plytng
the wants of all who may fever him with their
patronage. Constantly on hand
FRESH MEATS OP ALL RINDS.
Shop one Door South of Derby's Shoe Shop.
Wellsboro, Sept. 26, 1866 -tf.
Tioga Marble Works,
nr D. CALKINS,-late of tho Arm of Calk.
JUL. leo & Conklin, le now prepared to ext.
cute all °violator Tomb Stones and Monoment4,
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE
of the latest style and approved workmansim,
and with dispatch.
He keeps constantly on hand both kinds of
Marble and will bo able to suit all who may favor
him with their orders, on as reasonable terms ss
can be obtained irrtho country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt gleaned
and made to look as good as new.
HARVEY ADAMS, of Charrestom, is my Agent,
and all contracts made with hint will be filled by
me at shop prices. li. D. CALKINS.
Tioga, Dec. lit, 18436-I}..
13.- , 5. CLAIM AGENCY,
AMY and Ntisy Claims and ?osmium
HS HER BOUNTY LAW passed July 28,18044,0 m
two and three yours' sollian extra bounty. Send
in your dlechargea.
OFFICERS" EXTRA PAT.
Three months' extra, pay proper to yob/lusty officers
who seam la service March 3, 1565.
To ell who have lest a limb mud who have been perma
nently and totally disabled.
AU other Government dal= proeeouted.
JBROWE B. NILES.
Wellsburc,Gcrober 13, 1888-tf
Planing & Turning.
B. T. VAN HORN,
AIAVING got bin new Factory In operation.
is now prepared toorders for Cabinet
Ware promptly and in the insst style ofworkman
ship. flaying procured a f
he is ready to oress boards or plank with dispatch.
SCROLL-WORK _Zis BRACKETS,
tarnished to order. flisnatehittes are of the sew- -
eat and most improved patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Wain S is, WELLS
Oct- 31, 13611-tf. B. T. VAN H0P..)1. I
Bounty and Pension Agency.
ITAVING recelced definite instructiona In regard io
jj the extra bounty allowed by the act appro . . d
July 28, 1566, and having on hand a large aoppiy of a /
necensry blanks, ere are prepared to prosecute sinp er gola and bounty claims which may be plated our
bawds, Persona living at a distance Gas COMlaladado
with as by letter, and their canszanniodjona will be
promptly sarlmed. SMITH R !UAW.
Wellsbora. October 24,1886.
_, Goal sop't