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THE iLLOTRERLESS TURKEYS.
The Whlle Tdrkey was •dead !, :The WhitilTtli
. , key was dead!
. „.. , . .
, - How' tlio news alio' the bain:yard - wentillying!
Qf e l ,other:bereft, four small turkeys were,.
Anil t air case for assistance was crying, t .. '.
.E'en t o Peacock respectfully folded his tail, .
Ai'a, suitable Symbol of sorrow,
And his plainer wife said, "NCINQ the old bird is
dead, . ,
Who will tend - her poor chicks oh the mofrow? '
And when' evening around 'them' comes dreary,
and chill .
Who above them will watchfully lover ?"
Two each night, I will tuck 'neath my wings,"
... - said the•Dnek,
" Though Pve eight of my own I must ' over V'.
. "I have so much to do ! For the bug and the_
. worms, - .
In the garden, 'tic tiresome piokie; '
I have nothing to spare—for my own I must
Said the Hen with one chiehen
"How I wish," said. the Goose, "I could be of
For my heart is with love over-brimming;
The next morning that's flub, they shall go with
' my nine •
Little y6llow-baokod goslings, out swimming."
'll'll do what I can," the old Dorking put in, •
`! . And for help they may tall upon me too,
Though I've ?n of my own that are only half
And a groat , eal of trouble - to sag t 0,..
But those p little things, they are all head and
And their bones titre Weir feathers are stickin' ft
" Very hard it may be, but, 0, don't come to me!"
Said the Hen rith ono obickon,
" Half my care, I suppose,there is nobody knows,
I'm the most overburdened of mothers !
They must learn, little elves, how to scratch for
And not. seek to depend upon others:"
liShe wont by with a eltiok, and the Goose, to . the
Exclaimed, in surprise, " Well , I never I"
Said the liluck,."l declare, those who have the
least care, ) • .
You will find, are complaining forever! •
And when all things appear to look threatening-
And when trophies your pathway aro thick in,
For aid in yonr woe, Q, beware how you go
To Hen w . h one chicken !"
THE DANDY AND Ihs - TURREY.--
Chief Justice Marshall was in the hab+
it of going to market and carrying home
his purchases. Frequently he would
be seen at sunrise: with poultry, in one
hand and vegetables in the other. On
one of these occasions a fashionable
young man from the North, who had
removed to Richmond, Va., was swear
ing violently because he could find no
cote to carry home his turkey •, Marsh
all stepped up and asked where he lived,
and on being told said : "That is my
way, and I will take it for you. " When
he came to the house, the young man
inquired : "What shall I pay you ?"
"Oh nothing," , said the Chief Justice,
"it was on my way, and no trouble. "
"Who was that polite old man that
brought hom my turkey ?" inquired
theyoung inn h of a bystander... "That,"
replied he, 'ls John Marshall, Chief
Justice of the United States." "Why
did he bring home my turkey ?" asked
he. "To give you a severe reprimand,
and teach you to attend to your own
business, " was the reply. True, genu
ine greatness never feels above doing
anything that is useful ; but especially
the truly great man will never feel
A ,REMAn I KABLE Fish irrott . v:—ln a
reedit lecture by Prof. Apssiz, on the
'aquatic animd srof*the Amazon, he de-
Scribed 011 h, fof which he said :
"This fis 1 s
remarkable for the faculty
it enjoys of leaving the water and walk
ing a considerable distance over the
land. Sometimes it is found three, four
and five miles from thewater, and spe
ci rii ens have been brought to lug whir}/
11 it w•-e Ich -014 bile 152....maaraz 1 - Or a tarty, an
.afterward. when put back into the wa
ter, they were as lively as if they had
'sot been disturbed, that fish has anoth
er peculiarity :it builds a litrge nest,
about the size of a .man's hht .with a
bole leading to the interior, in which it
deposits its eggs ; and it is not only
capable of creeping on even land, but it
can creep on an inclined plane, and I
have beep told by-very trustworthy per
sons that they are frequently found ma
ny feet above the water, on stumps of
trees which have fallen down, the
trunks of which are so inclined that
the fish has reached the branches of the
tree to 'such a height that the bird and
the fish have more. than once been
brought down by the same Shot."
SPlCY.—There was a knot of sea cap
tains in a store at Honolulu, the keeper
of which had just bought a barrel of
black pepper. Old Captain —, of
?Salem; came in. and seeing the pepper,
took up a handful of it.
"What do you buy such stuff as that
for ?" said, he to the Store keeper, - "it's
"Peas!" replied ithe storekeepa-;
."there isn't a pea in it."
Taking up a handful as he spoke, he
Appealed to the company. They all
looked at it, and plunged, their hands
into the'barrel, and bit a kernel or so,
and then gave it as their universal opin
ion that there wasn't a pea in it.
"I tell you there is," said the old cap
tain again, scooping up a handful ; and
I'll bet a dollar on it."
The old Boston argument all over the
world.. They took him up.
"Well," said he, "spell .that," point
ing to the word 4 p-e 7 p-p-e-r.,,painted on
the side of the bartel ; "if it isn't half
p's, then I'm no judge, that's all."
Tile_het was paid.
It happened during' the war that a
clergyman was 'posted to deliver a po
litical-address. Both parties admired
the ability of the speaker, and the result
was many of both parties were present.
Fattier Sabine chanced to be near a rank
Cop i perhead, who took the occasion to
--- ----reiAark to the old man at the close of
• the speech, as follows':
,Copperhead—" , Your preachers mix
politics with their - religion."
Sabine—" What do you BAY ?" The
old man was hard of hearing.
Copperhead'— (V ery loud.) Your
.preachers mix politics with religion."
Sabilie—" Yes; Union politics, Your
kited won't mix."
The kind of politics that won't mix
with religion we have no ue for. The
kind that won't "mix" ought to be de
nounced from the pulpit.
EVERY WORD TRUE.-It is a great
and prevalent error, that - children . may'
be left to•run wild in every sort of com
pany and temptations for several years,
und then it will be,time enough to break
them in. This mistake makes half our
spendthrifts, gaMblers,, thieves and
drunkards. No man would deal so 'with
garden or lot ; no. man would raise a
colt or a puppy on such a principle.—
Take notice, parents—unless you till
the now soil and throw in thegood seed,
the devil will have a crop of weeds be
fore you know what is taking place.--
Look at the poor dear children; and
think whether you will lea 'e their safe
ty or ruin at hazard, or, whether you
shall not train them up in the Way they
should go. •
No Goob IN I LlQuons. , --It is a great
mistake to imagine that 'even the pur-,
est spiritsrgive strength; or contain nu
triment. "rhey add temporarily to both
mental and physical vigor, precisely.as
the lash of a whip adds to the pwer of
the horse. 'Energy thus excite must
be made up for afterwards and a orres
ponding reaction is inevitable. , sis
the opitxkm.of the ablest Medical men
of the (WY, and the experience of soci
ety everywhere bears ample testimony
to its truth, ,- As pure spirits are now
almost unknown, the aggregate destruc
tion of Life hy the poisonous compounds
in daily use is absolutely Incalculable.
N •'?IN I I°`1 ° `
ixe• SPILL.. IS OUR
WE will buy at the' higliesill Ay}rket price,
the following articles.
SHEEP PE L 1 S, DEACON SKINS,
DEER SKINS, FURS,'
:AND VEAL SKINS,
for which we will pay cash. •
We manufacture to order, Preach or home
tanneduALP or KIP BOOTS, in the best man
ner end at fair rates, and pay especial attention
to REPAIRING. . -
. , ..
. • We have a first-rate etock di; v
on which we will not be undersold, and from this
time we shall make it a point to keep up the beet
stock of - - . - • -
to be found in the county, which we will sell at
a lower profit than such articles have over been
offered in this region.
We shall likewise keep up a good assortment
L'ADIES ' B I ALMORALS, LEA THER
BOOTEES, CHILDREN'S AND
MISSES WORK or VA
end all styles of MEN'S WORK.
LEATHER 4. FINDINGS
can be bought of us asuboap as any 'wbere
side of New York, and sye shall keep a full stock
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, LINNGS, AND
Our BOA of PEGS, NAILS, TffREAD, AWLS,
RASPS, GLOVERS' NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES, CRldt P S, with SEOEMAICER!S
TOOLS and PINDINGS; will be found th-elfar
gest in the county, and we sell for mall profits.
We talk business and we, mean business. We
have been in this region long enough to be well
known—let those who know us try us. Cormier
of Main and Grafton streets, opposite Wm. Rob
erta' Hardware Store, C. W. SEARS,
GEO. 0. 'DERBY.-
Wollsboro, April 34,1807—tf.
Stoves Sr, Tin Ware
1). P. 1?0BEIVITS,
OPPOSITE ItOrS DUILDING,
. . .
-Is now prepared to furnish th i n public WI
anything In his line of business, in quantity
largo, in quality: as good, and as cheap in pri
as any dealers in Northern Pennsylvania. •
Ho pays particular attention to file ..
STOVE TIN WARE, RUSINES
andjualind to keep a full assortment of everythi;
in that line. I
TIN WARE MADE TO (ORDER,
promptly, and warranted to give eatlefactlon.
executed in the beet manner and.witb. dispat
CALL AND SEE ME.
v. P. ROBEtTS
Wellsborough, March 7, 1856.
THE 'LACE TO BUT DRUG:
AT the Lawrenceville Drug Store, wbere`y
will find every thihg properly belonging
,ho Drug Trade
CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST,
and of the best quality for Cash. Also, Pai
Oils, Varnishes, Lamps, Fancy Notitms, Vio
Strings, Fishing Taoklo, Window 'Glass, /co.
Cash paid for Flax Seed.
C. P. LEONARD
Lawrenceville, May 8,•1867.
F, C) U T
limo ad Cattle
LOSS QF APPI
TITE AND VITA
ENERGY, &e. I
use improves tl
the appetite—giv ,
a smooth az
transforms t b
In all diseases of Swine n such as Coughs, Ulcers In
the Lungs, Liver,
Ito., this article ' :
~:-....,'....:,.. :. j.:
nets as a specinc. A f
, ~. ..: .- ..... ~..
By putting from . ',,.;%.., : .. , i '..-
ens-bait a paper •• I '.': 2 :-. .'
to a Taper in a .• !,-,-
barrel of swill the - I ."--..q .- - - -ef-..
above diseases :- "7.21 i 7,. . - 7 - - -- --;-, ,
will be eradicated ' --- -•-•+ - , --.-,.....- - ..F . - . ..;.:_.: ,-_- -,---
or entirely prevented. If given n time, a certain
preventive and cure fir the flog Cholera.
Pries 2.,0 Petits par P.ppi.)••, or 5 Papers for $l.
A_. "Pc• - trrz rtno.,
WUOLESALE Dill% AND MEDICINE DEPOT.
NO.I J. 16 Franklin St.; Baltimore, TM.
For Sale by Drngrists alai ~•-•t.•.luketpars theoagit
out'the United States.
For sale by John A. Roy, Wellaboro.
B. B. BORDEN ,
IrTAS just returned from the City with a large
Ja and desirable stock of goods consisting of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Yankee Notions, of every description, Glass and
,Plated. Ware, ail Paper, Paints and Oils, Dye
Stuffs, School Books, Groceries, and finally every
thing that is ever kept in a Drug and Notion
Store. I would also call the attention of the
public to our Stock of GERMAN LAMPS, ans.
quoted in the wide' world, and also that am
Agent for the " Morton" Gold Pen, and She al
ways keep a largo assortment. '
%logs, May 8, 1867-tf. B. B. BORDEN.
CHOIOE LOT OF GRAIN BAGS for I sale
cheap ! at WRIGHT k, BAILErS.
Wollaboro, June 6,1867.
AMERICAN WATCHES in Hinting Silver
Castle from $27.50 up at poLure:
AT Tom - ,. OP p',1704E1
WE ARE NOW. RECEIVING, A
Adapted to the
t b fi f 7
and aie prepared to supply the wants of the
GOOD - GOO6S
give the best satisfaction, and those nconstodied
to patronise; us know that wo
that are to be found 'iii' tble Section, hid thole
who aro not our patrons are the losers
quite as much.as we are.
..1-AROK STOCK OF CLOTHS
MADE UP TO ORDER AND WAR
. • RANTED TO FIT.
OUR STOCK WILL BE KEPT FULL,
Warranted to -give satisfaction,
Sold as Low as at any other Estab
We invite an examination of our 'Stook
Prices, pledging ourselves to
SHOW GOODS FREELY
Corning, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1887.
Wilson &, Van Val.kenbuirg.
NO. 2, UNION , IVLOCK,
long and favorably
known, will thor
lo*.spirt ted horses,
and cleansing the
stomach and intes
It is 14attts pre
ventive gfail (Its
ea,ses IpttOppt to
Cloths, Cassixoeres, Vestiugs, Ladies'
• Cloths, , large variety of
Ladies' Dress Goods.
on is Invaluable
roves the quality
of the mills. h has
been proven. by ac
'nal experiment to
:menu the Tin
ey of milk and'
cent. and make the
utter firm find
reet. In fattening
ttle, it gives theta
eif ,hide, and
Ikea , Riga 'brave
DON'T FORGET TAE PLACE
lire are for Singer's Sewing Machines,
the hest and Anapest Machine for family use,
less liable to get ont of and more durable
than any other. adaptediriiine or coarse sewing.
Call and see them. -
The Senior partner he - Clad a large experience
in Merchant Tailoring, and it is the intention of
the new firm to put tide branch of their buslnesc
beyond eaccesefni competition.
We'Moro, Feb. 20, 1867-6.
OUR LONG EXPERIENCE
baa taught us that
KEEP BEST GOODS
We keep as usual a
to eel[ by the yard or
and all Goods sold by us
lishment. Mind that.
when no sale is nia.M
SMITH & WAITE
Have established themselves at
lately occupied by F. D. Bunnell
They are new receiving a lare Ettopk of
•• • ,
In part, such as
AND FURNISHING GiOOISS
To buy cheap, and a choice lot of
• :;(,111.E . OE7
as*NT.RE OF ATTRAC lON rs
LAwßvacciEy . LE.
C., S. MATHER.- & CO
Would announce to
,the good yieople of Ti
County that they have just returned from N
'York with their second full stock of '
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
a1:a1:4.561'3g all the noveltie4 as well as tho a •
gitttn'thsla required. • I
fongss•GOODS:in a/tvarWies, STAP
!IV-FANCY GOODS,',HOOP SKIRTS,
& BEST FRENCH WOVE COR
i SETS, GLOVES A D HO.
SIERY, YANKE NO.
TIONS, &c.,. c.
FURS 1 FIIRS !
MINK, CONY, and . Sibi l erian Spirre
The largest . Stooir. of
CLOTHS & CASSIMERES in the count
READY MADE CLOTHING, — and'
CLOTHING made to order super
.? intended by first class wol lenzen. •
SHOP MADE BOOTS '& SHOES idend
less variety, HATS & CAPS
to suit all (as ,es,
Oar goods have been bong
panic in New York and 1541
Prices are down, monopol'
other etore can or dare compel
ity and price. For farther pal
store of C. 13., I ,
1867. WRIGHT & B
WE commence this year
CASH PAID' FO
CASH • PAID .F 0
CASH PAID FO
CASH FOR .:VET,
A LARGE STOCK 0
A LARGE STOCK
A LARGE STOCIC.
Call and see us. " WRI
Wellsboro, Jan. 9, 18(17-1
All persons inclobled to
' account must call and settle
Jan. 3, 1887. WRI
Stoves: , Si
UR. WILLIAM 111
ILE announce to the citiz
that in addition to his ex,
Tin-Ware, 13rittania, .and
has, at a great outlay, stoc
with a complete aasertmen
of which we enumerate the
NAILS, SPIKES, CR'i
MILL, HAND AN p;
SHOVELS, SP •
WOOD SCREWS, G
PIPE BO t
SPRINGS, HORSE Si
& BAND IRON ,I
SAUSAGE CUTTE '
a now thing, and made
few of the many artic
We invite the public
themselves. We aim t:
goods in our line ; an(
promptly and well. N
Wencher°, Sept. 1,181
FULL_ BROOK CO
having make arra
bythe TON or CAR LC
ittsthe patronage of the
!, ALSO—bas oonstantk,
of CARRIAGE BOLT ,
_,Mitr.•. BLACK ]
done in the best manna" .
Tloga, Dec. 1, 1866-t
MITE Subscriber is ag e
1. led Files. Also a
ors, Kinsey Rooks, S
Grass & Linen Lines, T
Gut, Fly Rods, Reels,
Win. Roberts's Tin no?,
Wellaboro, May 29, 1
t during the his
bo• sold at pani
• broken up.
e with us in qua
Oculars call at ti
ATHER di CO.
itli an exclusive
.. ,`i ~ ~
P FEED Ft
F PORK IOR
IIT & BATLEI
by nob.) or book
or pay costs.
e 11T & 11AI I,EY.
1 oyes 1.1
IV A U. E:
BERTS begs to
Ina of Tiogn County,
eiletit stock of Stoves,
I•heot-Iron Ware, he
ed hie store on
of Shelf flardware,
WBABS, X CUT,
OES, 1100 P, BAR
;‘S AND STUFFERS
or ut4o. Theso aro b
ea composing our bt
Ito call and examine for
keep tho host quality of
all work td order done
' ILLIAM ROBERTS•
gemonts to furnish Con
AD, coarse or tine, Bolin
ly on hand, n large stock
f, &c.. at wholesola and
bIITIIING t' all kinds
S. M. GEER.
nt for the above eelebra•
no assortment of Load
ells, Braided Silk, Sea
out Baskets, Fly Books,
e., &o. Shop in roar of
LORAN A. SEARS.
.~Y"I: ZK =i~J~4~.i_h .+ ~y. ~.~:i}~]j: ~: .vf:..R.~'>:'~n.:~~'~l~-S.'e
-: 7-- , t
L 'ORAv H , I I 4 499 ,- 1 ,-)a,, ,4 1 `4 ) Dnigs, -Medicines, iko.
T. ! Aip l ' l VIT 14i4HAlit9S,9
i::'j: - & ~
4y'"(:''' t',. , “ 4,;
Tr AVINCI jiuitretiirned fr4ini Now
11, Now ;17141 carefully selected
STOOK\ 01,' GOODS;
All those in Nv ail t tiood.t wit liprl, tk i to,theit..
interest to call and , , ,
EXAMINE OUR ST001( . .
• '• • • .4 1 1 , 1
and lultrnl'rices bi.frin; Buying ttzjer.lture,i 41.
iZepl conhlaiitly uu hand, a elioice•lut
DRIED FRUIT; CIROC'ERTES,
PORK, &0,, &C
All the :abovq(loods are bought, at the lowei
Cash Prices and will he sold
' 6 . I\IT;Y loki: CASLI OR iIEADY PAY
Don't forget' the place, ut the uhl stand
VAN!NAME & WICKHAM..
Tioga, Pa., Feb. 20, IS67—tf..,
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KiiERA I, -wholesale ag
ur PATENT PI,AT E. Pl.
by DECK ER I; RoS., 0111(
PIANOS, AIN ES 'ORO'S
C Allll "-; CA PIN ET
Linsley N. Cu's obult;.niz.
Onlors from dealer., mul
aulleite.l. A tb10.6:,
July 'U. III; P nua Av
To the Public t
Ali ES this method nt
that tlio St4,ch 01
On :11111 tArel'S
The :iII,ILO is ‘l , aoche(
WHITE I AN!) CASSIMEIIE SHIRTS
COLLARS, NECKTII;S, SU S
PEN DEIZS, SOCKS,
looL a good lar!•e lot of [fop lil ;,1 id,homabie
HA. T 8
I t •
ever brought. to thi, mnrket. Aka
TRUNKS, BAGS, AND UMBRELLAS,
whiohiyoil ciin bay low for ra811,131 Iho °heap
Clothithg Store or N. ASlll'.ll, 11111il`r Iho ,Igifil
for Office. .
Wel shore . . April 10, I Atl7.
l'opulal. Dry 000(1 . s, Trado
T EE Subscriber is new r!cciving hi
S P 1? IIV 6 1 ' STOCK
Atnong whieli will he found dlllllly ut the .Inus
popular Styles of
_.:MZRARJ ooxoq - nc,: o
SHAW LS, CLOAK] NUS & SACK INGS,
at prices that arp 'worthy of attention
Alm), u full line of
PIIINTS, II AM S. 'BROWN AN
BLEACII'D MUSLIN'S, TICK I NGS,
DENIMS, STRIPE siura-
NGS, TA B L LINENS '
NAPKINS, ' TOWE I,ACE Apt
EMBROIDERED WINDOW CUR
TAININGS, EMBOSSED D
PRINTED 'I`ABI,F, AND
1108.1. ER 3'; GL 0 VES„c.e
Special attention is, called to his
(11 THING ct: TAILORING DI
PAR TAT EN `I;
Where a perfect fit is guaranteed or no sale
A share of the public patronage is rispectfu
solicited, TIRAIAS HARDEN
Wellabor°, May 15,1867.
PA TENT FA I?]!! 'PE
(Patented Sept., J), 18660
claim for it.
Ist. Tim cheapest, mom ftenvenio»l, and most
durable Farm date in use.
2d. Any farmer can make it with thtsuseof a
saw and hammer.
3d. It does not sag the posts, and cannot bo
blown open or shut.
4th. It is not obArtieted by ieo Or ,now.
51b. It is strongor Limit arty other gate, amid it;
equally so when open Or vholl, anti eann‘.l lie
blown open or shut, nor dues Ilo• hardest wind
affect it when open.
On the above claims awl tulip( regur.l to
(ix elieffpoesq, 11, I)
Conlpetitinn. It is a tree gato and has blast) but a
short -timo beforo the public, lint in all eases it
has taken the preference orer all othi e g4trO
It costs, including posts, only $1.25 to $1.50,
and farmers can makd them at even less than
this—thew do 11,11 IV! tuner oilliilary pair
Township rights fur f•nle on terms vary profita 7
blo to the purchaser. Farm rights for sale for
$3.00 each.. I have put theta downl to this low
figure so that none need he without them, only
bo sure and exumino this beforol pintehasing of
Any ono wishing further partie4n - s n ill please
_ . .
address the subscriber, all (irilcis will mech.,'
prompt attention. Address,
. ' 0. S. TariIDALL,
Oceoln, Tioga Co., Pa.
Apr. 24, 'l;7-tf
PLAnD WAItE—Cal; basket:i, card has
OH, castors, sugar bowls, etc., at
MEE largest assertment of Watebey, Cloelzp,
Jewelry and Plated Ware in 'Tifwa eoanty
'T: 4 ADIES' SETS from $1.50 to $3O, at
r &elf) FOLF4I."S
t for t Ito Colobrated
NOS• nifolufitei um"
EIHNO & SON'S
OA ANS, ;hl,l
I'o 1V 111,14,
if Ef e u q
otolifyiog Ow people
Ir wr it I, Ow I.w-A lash
ND Gil P,c;
.1 •' L •
K ipseotstrtlyo n l nit fiLe ock of Puretuggsioeiloeooifiett
VINES AND LIQUORS,
for Medicinal and Sa e s Me a n i i: ta l USaall the
popular Patent Medici ,P Var n ishes,, Oils,
eco: all kinds of brush s, Dyo Colors, Dyo Woods
sod Stuffs, *flue Toilet (Soaps, Perfumery; Pom
STATIONERY, PENS, PENCILS,
PAPER AND E,NVELOPEa
Meutorandum Booke; Pass Books, 144., 'Potash
in° bulk oi Lb ,cents"per pOund, Kerosene 011,
Lamp 011, Turpentine, Benzine, &c,
Fresh Oatmeal and I'oarl Barley at 10 cts par
pound. T am solo agent in Blossburg for Dr.
N. IVcavcr's Ext.. Fireweed, and • warrant it to
cure Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Pimples on
the face, and' all diseases arising, from impure
state of the Blood if used according to directions.
rar cular attontien given to compounding
1'1) siciall')l and other Prescriptions. 1 guaran
te 'tti),Nction. both in' quality and brico.
Remember the Store. ' oppeeite the new Coal
Co's Store, Blossi;urg, Pd.
Aug. 15,186 n-tr. I J. L. BELDEN.
Mather & Horton,
GROCERIIN & PROVISIONS
CR OCKE Itr, HARDWARE,
WOOD S& WILLOW-WARE,
LATVRENOEV,7ILE, PENN' A.
Cash Paid for Produce' " 10. B. MATHEIt t
1 \V. liorvrox
Nov. 21, 1 Sq—ly,
FOJi FALL. 1 8 66.
ii. 0. WICKUAM,
A T HES NURSERY OP Fiturr AND OR
AL NA AII;NTAL TREES, IN TIOOA
,B® 9 ooo Apple Trees.
1%000 Pear Trees.
A igeod supply of PIALM,.PEACIL CHERRY,
Gnd ORNAMENTAL TREES ,S 6 SHRUBBERY.
' The Fruit trees Jiro composod. of th,g, choicest
varictic3, good, healthy, some of thettaiarge and
in hearing. Any ono wishing to got a supply
will do well to call told sec icy stock boforo pur
chitsinr•" 01st-where. Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
'Pings, Fell. 28, 1.8861-137".
IAItRAU'S NATIONAL 6IATE
(Psi tented tieptentlior `2llOl, 1
li' cI,AIMS ARE
1. ' Phu wutit CO11111)1,11 WOTICIIIIIII or a farmer
erm build it.,
1!. it 1,4 made of all. sizes, and is perfectly
adapted to all (late purposes, whether for cattle
yard, farm, door-yard or garden. ' -
:I. It requires no hinges, and cannot be blown'
Open tint shat.
.1. It the not SWag the post, and the (late
itself 0 I s al;.
5. Broaehy stock cannot open
G. It cannot be driven against when open.
7. it is not obstructed by either rain, sleet or
Being built without mortise or tenon, it
0,:t3 but little more than a pair of good bars.
ic stronger than any other gato built of
,n equal amount of lumber, and its strength is
equal upon both sides.
10. It is the cheapest;,.neatest, and most con
venient and durable Gate in use.
7Cr aVVlT ri §* t it
111.) Mg les awn" nt w _A_
and. some SEVENTY COUNTY FAIRS, and
in competition with other Gates, it has taken the
PIIIST PREMIUM in every instanco.
It challenges tho Avholo list of (latos to a prac
tical test, throughout all seasons.
The National Gate has received. tho unquali
fied approbation of all who havo used it.
These Gates, including Posts, aro built at a
cost of $1 to $5, according to workmanship and
material Their manufacture insures a
profitable investment of capital, is they com
mand a ready sale al from GO to 100 per cent.
pi mit ; and it is perfectly sate to put them up at
all tinges ender a warrant, as they have in no case
failed to give the fullest sativaction.
J. P. BILKS,
• A. ALBA.
.Ztli• - Township and Farin Rights for sale in
Tii)ga and Bradford Counties.
Applicants fur purchase of Territory,
send fur Cireular,cuntainipg, particulars.
Rights for average Farina are uniformly sold
for $lO eacsh, including printed drafts and speci
fications tor all sizes of lioth Faun and
Entrance lime, by• the aid of which any ono can
construct them. .
On receipt oVIO, in all eases acktompanied by
a particular description of the lantljfer which the
right, ig debired, the appropriate' Conveyance,
drafts, &e., will be promptly ferwaided.
Address, trith stamp,
NATIONAL GATE CO.,
Mardi 27, 1567-t1
FL BULLARD & GOLDSMITH
GROCERY & RESTINANT
Ono door abovo Roy's Drug Store,
:MT F] L.LSBORO, PA
We take pleasure in announcing to the public
that we couimonco•tho New Year with enlarged
facilities for accOpirdating customers with the
choicest stock of.
1? 0 0E1? fE 8, , 11 NICE NOTIONS,
WOOD & WILL OW WAVE,
yet ofpu'ed to this 'public.
can ,find tho
BEST SUG ARS, SPICES, CHERRIES,
(Stoner/0 PRUNES, B•OX RAISINS,
CITRON, SEEDLESS RAISINS, -
CANNED FRUITS.: • ,
and the finest ,
Count Oysters, Et Canned Oysters
right from the
1; A T,TIMORE MARKETS,
on Salo at our counter
A" _HUNG It Y (17 DISCONSOLATE
Wip find our ESTAITRANT open at all sea
son:ado 110111'S, where Oysters in every style, pre:
parettiliS , a Nl6llllll yeah, aro served up to delight
the p:ilate and gln(l,len the lieart.,;
WE .AIM To PLEASE !
Always glad to ::eo our friends, Imeanse wo in
tend to give them their money's worth, and if
they rill once they will be sure td call again,
C. H. GOLI',IBMIT.H.
f• 2, 1867
TEONARD * GILLETT, having recently. pur
-4lchased Dlr. Andrew J. Tipple's interest in the
' MEAT -MARKET,
would say to the citizens of Wollsboro and vi
cinity that ho will continuo the business at the
old Borst stand—giving his entire atte e ntion in
supplying the wants of all who may faVor him
with thoir patronage. Constantly on hind
VII Mill mE,yrs OF ALL ITDS.
Shop one Door South of Derby's Sh e Shop.
Wellsboro, April 10, 16117
FLOUR FROM CHOICE WRITE WHEAT,
Imekwheat flour, corn mealand food, alwaye
on band. Call at the Charlestonlllll before buy
ing your flour and-food.. I can make it an object
for you to, buy. - A. RUSSELL,
May 16,1866 -V
11 1 101MLE DREG S . TOR•
DRUMS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, CONCEN-.
TRATED MEDICINES, OIN-
CINNATI WINES AND '
• BRANDY, WHITE-
KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI
OINES, PETROLEUM OIL, _
AND FLAVORING EXTRAOTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, •
AND DYE COLORS,
Sold at Wholesale Prices., Buyers are niquested
to dell and get quotations before going farther
W. D. TERBELL & CO
Corning, N. Y.. Jan. 1,1867—1 y
E.' & H. 'T. ANTHONY & 00.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials
IVISOLEsAIX AND SZTAIL,
501: BROADWAY, VC
In addition to t our , roain business of hotographic
Materials wo aro Headquarters for that , flowing, viz:
Stereoscopes & Sterecsicepi Views
Of American and Foreign Cities and Landscapes
Groups, Statuary, etc.
Stereoscopic Views of the War,
Front negatives made in the various campaigns and
forming a complete 'Photographic history of the great
Stereoscopic Views on Mass,
Adapted for either Magic Lanterns or the Stereoscope
Our Catalogue will he sent to any address on rectal)
1 Photographic Albums.
Woliminulacture more largely than any other house,
iibdut t '2ole/duties from 50 cents to $5O eaeh. Our
M AIO have tho reputation of being superior in
bean ey god durability to all others.
Card Photographs of Generals, Statos
men, Actors. etc., etc.
Our Catalogue anthraces Grim) PINE THOUSAND
different subjects, including reproductions of the most
celebrated Engravings, Paintings, Statues, etc. Cata
logues sent ou receipt of stamp.
Photographers and others ordering goods C.0.D.,
will please remit 25 per cent. of the amount with their
order. Tho prices and quality of our goods cannot fall
to satisfy. Jan. 2,1867-9 m.
• Tioga Marble Works.
IIIIHE undersigned are now prepared to exe•
cute,all order's for Tomb Stones4nd Monu
ments of either
ITALIAN OR 'RUTL ND MARBLE,
of the latest style and ap roved workmanship.
and with dispatch.
Wo keep constantly on hand both kinds of
Marble and will be able to uit v;ho may fa
vor us with their orders, o as reasonable terms
as can be obtained in the ountry.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as good as new.
wrrtnny Nvtxxxruw - r.
Tioga, May 22; 1887—tf.
To the Farmers of Tioga County
IMg now building at my mafinfactory, in Lamella
villo. a anporlor i
whichi`msosses the follorvingadvaatages over allother
`l. It separates ttii, rat litter, and foul seeds, and
choss antl cookie, f om wheat.
2. It cleans flax ee'etl, takes out yellow seed, and all
other coeds, perfectly.
3, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does all other separating required of a mill.
This mill Is built of the best and most durable tim
bur, in good style, and is sold cheap, tor cash, or pro
I will fit n }latent sieve, for separating oats from
wheat, to other mills, ou reasonable terms.
J. II MATHER
Lawroncoville,October 10,186014 f
& LATHROP, j
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS
. STOVES, TIN- WARE,
BELTING, SAMS- OVTLERV,
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLES, &c.
Corning. N. Y., Jan. 2, 167-Iy.
REMINGTON& FIRE ARMS'
200,000 FDR2IIBIIED THE Ar. S. GOVERNIIIINT. •
Army Revolver, ~44-100 in. Calibre
Navy Revolver, 36-100 in. Calibre
Belt Revolver, Navy size Calibre
Pollee Revolver, Navy size Calibre
New Pocket Revolver,.. 31 100 in. Calibre
Pocket Revolver, (Rider's pt.) 31-100 in. Calibre
Repeating Pistol, (Elliott pt.) No 22 & 32 Car 'go
Vest Pocket Pistol, No 22, 30, 32 & 41 Cartr dge
Gun Cano No 22 & 32 Cart, idge
Breech Loading Rifle,(Reala') No 32 d 6 38 f'
Revolving Rifle, 36 dr, 44400 in Calibre
E. REMINGTON Jr, SONS.
Moore &, Nichols. New York; Wm Road & Son,
Boston; Jos C Grubb 4 Co, Philadelphia; Peal
they & Trimble, Baltimore; Henry Folsom & Co,
New Orleans; Johnson, Spencer & Co, Chicago;
L M Rumsoy & Co, &Tills; Albert B Crane,
San Francisco. Feb 20, 1897.-sm.
1 - ) NEWELL, DENTIST, MANSFIELD, Pa.,
, grateful for tho very liberal patropago
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 host possible manner. All
now, useful invoritione and improvements adopt
ed. The highest good of his patrons the ultima
tum of his ambition. Dec. 5, '66-tf
ROY'S ?HOLERA DROPS
CURES CHOLERA ItWRBUS,
`CURES .CHRONIC DIARRHEA,-
CURES nil Bowel Complaints, but ,does not
cure anything else. This medicine is ,no
cure-all : .it has the confidence of every hedi.
for it is never known to it should be kept
on hand by every - family. Sold by dealers:in
medicine at fifty cents per bottle. For - sale in
Wellaborough at Roy's Drug Store.
OTlClC.—Notice is hereifY given that Rob
art Custard, Senior, has been placed in
charge of tract No. 1590, and those parts of tract
No. 1589, in the vicinity of Babb's creek', belong
ing to'the heirs of Luke W. Morris . ; and all per
sons are forbid trespassing thereon, unifier pen
alty of prosecution.
ELLISTON P. , MORRIS,
4365 Market Street, Philadelphia
Fob. 27. 1867-41m*
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.—J. A. Shako
pear, dealer in Deoker .t D i rortter• and
Haines a Brothers pianos, Mason etc ilamitn cab—
inet organs, Trent, Linsey et4Co. melodeons, and
the B. Shoninger melodeons'. Room over J. R.
Bowon's store. 50pt.12,18108.'
- on and aftor Monday, And!, 29,1867, trains wlilleave
Corning at thefollowing hour,:
12:28 a. in., Exprest Mail, Sundays excepted. for Buffa
lo, Salamanca, and Dnnkirk, connecting with trains
for the West. -
0:44 a m Night Express, Stindays excepted, for Buffalo.
Salamanca, and 'Dunkirk, making direct con bection
with Minn of the Atlantic Great Western, Lake
Shore,and Grand Trunk Railways, for all points West,
4 1;07 a. m.;Night Express, Daily, for Buffalo, Salamanca,
Dunkirk and the West, connecting as above.
7 : 16 a. m., ,Niglit Express, Sundays excepted, for licch
ester una:Buffalo, via Avon.
10:32 a. nr, nail Train, Sundays excepted, for Roches
ter and Duffel°, via Avon.
2:16 p. m, Baltimore Express, E Sundays excepted,. for
Rochester and Buffalo, via AVon.
7:03 p. m.. Day Express, Sundays excepted, for Buffalo,
connecting with tho Lake Slre, and Grand Trunk
Railways for points west and isßuth.
7;10 p m Day Express, Brindays excep l ted, tor Rochester
6:40 p. m., Emigrant train, Daily, for the Wait.
12:28 a. ra;Express Mail, Sundays excepted, for Buffalo,
Salamanca and Dunkirk, connecting with trains for
12.60 p in Way Freight, Sundays excepted.
1210 a. 133., Night Exprese; Daily, connecting at Gray
.court for Warwick. and at New York with afternoon
trains and steamers for Bostonand New England
4:01 a. tn., doormat! Empress. Mondays excepted, con
fleeting at Elmira for Harrisburg, Ph!lade/Oda end
tbo Sonth ; at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton
for Syracuse; at Groat Der , for Scranton, Philadel
phia, and 'grenton; at Lacl, waxen foi- llawloy, and at
0 raycourt for Newburg d Warwick.
10.16 a m Accommodation Train daily, conneetiDE et
at Elmira for Canandaigua.
10:48 a. in., Bay Express, Sundays excepted, connecting
at Elmira for Canandaigua, at Binghamton for Syra
case, at Great Bend for Scranton, at Lackawaxon for
Hawley, and at Jorsey City with midnight Fanners
Train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washington.
3:12 p. m.,Baltimore Express, Sundaya excepted.
4:3S p. m., New York and Baltimore 51011, Sundays ex•
copted, couneoting at Elmira for fforrlsburgb,Fhiia
deiphia, and South.
7.07 p m Lightning Exprosa, Sundays excepted, con.
noctiturat Jersey City with morning express train of
Now Jorsoy•Bniiroad for Baltimore and Washington,
and at New York with morning express trains for
Boston and the East.
12:30 p. m. way 'Freight, Sundays excepted.
VM. R. BARR,
(long Pau. Agont
Northern Central R. IL
TRAINS FOR TIIE NORTII.
Trains for Eanand agal a loavo Elmira as follow s':
Accommlation at 700 am"
Exprete [fastest train on road] , , 11 45 a m
Mail ' 615 p m
Way Freight, [passenger coach ittached] 7 10 a m
On and after April 29th,1887, trains will arrive and
depart from Troy, as follows;
MOVING BOUM storm} NOrtil
Express 1 95 p m Express 1050 ain
Elmira Diafl - 5,60 ant Elmira Mail 955 xitta
Local Freight lU soam Local Freight 8115 p m
Through Freight 55 vire I Through Yrolght 200 am
• Be B. BROWN, Div. Sup't.
Blossburg & Corning, &-Tioga R. R.
Taaius will ruu us follows until further notice
"Accommodationoo Illossbarg at 0,60 n. m., Mane.
field at 7,35, •at 5,20, LawA•ntoville at 9,05
arriving at Corning at 10,20 a. in.
Mall—Loaves Blosebuig at 2y35 p. m., Mansfield at 3,25,
'Bow at 4,00, Lawioncevillo at . 457—arriving at
,Corning at 13 p. m.
Mail—Leaves Corning at 8 a. m. LytICOTIUO at SIM,
Tioga at 10,02, Mansfield at_l , l , 4lo—afkilag at Moms
burg at 11,30 a. in.
lAccouuodatiou—Leaves Corning at 4,60 m., Law
' ruhcovillo at 8,58, Tioga at 7.02, Mansfield at lo—
arriving at Bloszburg at 8125 p. m.
L. H. SHATTUCK, Sup' t. '
Truing will arrnind depart at Williamsport as follows:
Erie Mall Train 10 10 p m -
Erie Mail Traia....4l 30 a 111
E. Express Train.. 4 25 a m Erio Ex'se Tralu..B 45 pin
Elmira Mail Train 895 a m buffalo Express 10 30 ain
L. 11. Accorn'od'n 320 p in Elmira Mail Train b 651.114
Passenger Cars run through on thaErie Mall and Er
.resa 'Prune without ChilOgu both ways between Piffle
elphto. and Erie.
Leave New York a
Leave New York , I
Leave Erie at 5,00
LCilVti Erie at 10 • 1
TiE.TXWAI4) BOLIND. EterwAßD Boorm,
Mail 520 Express 5.10
Accommodation ] 6,35 I Mall 5.52
xpress 1 1 12.19 Accommodation, 11.45
Express 11.00 Express d.lO
At Cory there is a Junction with the Philndelplda rz
Brie, and Cit Creek Rail Roads.
At Meadville with the Franklin .and Oil City and
the Malioniny Branch pekes a di
rect route to cinvenina. At isavenna conneota with
Cleveland. and Pittsburgh Railroad.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland, ealion,
Marion, Urbaua and Dayton, intersecting rail
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati. D: McLAREN,
• Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa.
Army and Navy Claims and Pensions.
THE NEW BOUNTY LAW:passed Tsily 28,1,888, gives
two and threo years' soldiers extra bounty. Send
in your discharges,
OFFICERS' EXTRA PAY.
Three months' extra pay proper to volunteer officers
who were in service March 5,1865.
To all who-have lost a limb and Who have been perma
nently and totally disabled.
All other Qovernmout claims prosecuted.
JEROME it. NILES.
.1 . r
Plan g & Turn.ing•
-ur AV IN e
1,1 is nowt
Ware promp I
ship. Ravi d
ho ie ready
est and mos
Oct. 31, 18
WELL BORO PETROLEUM' CO.-
Noti o is hereby given that the Board of
Directors of his Company at a meeting held De
oember-15, b resolution decided to close up the
affairs qf the Company and distribute the balance
in the hands of the Treasnror, prorata among the
holders of p id-in .stock. The property of the
Company ve I be sold and the proceeds divided
in like mann .r. Stockholders will present their
receipts to t• o Treasurer. By order, (
Dee. 19, 1:66. M. H. COBBelerk.
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departments on Fashions) ) Instructions on Ficalth,
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ments, etc. :1 all by the best authors, , and profuse-
ly and arti
Edon of atti
wife, or lad
numbers, a: 1
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with the fir:
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his office, w
pied by Lo
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9 a m, arrive at Itrio 10.00 a. m.
i t 6 00 p m, arrivd at Erie 4 05 p to :
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5 a in, arrive at VeV York 10 10 am
A. L. TiLzu, Oen'i Supt. .
at Westoru $• W
Pnr the Collection of
T. VAN HORN,
gat his now Factory in operation.
prepared to fill ordero for Cabinet
y and in the best style of 'workman
g procured a
l ODWORTH PLANER,
dress boards or plank with dispatch
L-WORK & BRACKETS,
rder. His machines aro of the new
inproved patterns. 1 1
:r of Pearl and Waln Sts, WELLS-
B. T. VAN HORN
tically illustrated with costly Engra
size), useful and reliable Patterns,
8, Jewelry, and a constant suece9.
tie novelties, with other s useful and
of refinement, economical Louse
of tasto can afford to do without the
Ibly. Single copies, 30 cents; back
specimens, 10 cents; either mailed
y, $3, with a valuable premium; two
; three copies, $7 50; five copies,
ondid prtimiums for clubs 043 each,
t promitims to each subscriber. Ad-
I W. JENNIXOS DEMOREST,
No. 473 Broadway, Now York.
is htonthly and Young Amories, to.
iith the premiums for each.
. NICHOLS ,b MITCHELL would
!tinily inform the people of this vi
they have the agency of some of the
Inger' nee CoN,panies
, and are no prepared to insure lit
r tee. I
HELL having been appointed
!romptly to any business relating to
'eh may be entrusted to him.
be found at the °thee formerly oceu7
• rey and Wilson, on Main Street[,
n. 'March 15, 1887-1 Y•
, BOAT AND QUINSY ARE cuf-
Jase and certatuty by one or trvo ap-
SALUTIFRIC on the outside. Sold
OH'S ABDOMINAL SUPPORT
or stile at Roy's Drug Store.
IC, IN TBE BEST
• patch, a t VIE AGIT II