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EVENING BRINGS US ROME.
'Up tho die wind is sharp and cold,
Tho sweet young grasses wither on the ivold,
And we, 0 Lord, have wandered frtint,thy ,fold;
. • But evening_brings _ • :;:i •
Amongst the mist weidiunble, and The rocks
Where the brown lichen whitens, and the fox
Watches the straggler from the scattered flocks;
But evening bangs us home.
The sharp thorns prick us, and our tender feet
Are but, and bleeding, and the lambs repeat
Their pitiful complaints-0, rest is sweet,.
When evening•brings us home.
We have been wounded by the hunter'l darts,
Our eyes are eery heavy, and oar hearts
Search for thy ooming.--When the light departs,
At evening bring us home
The darknesii - gathers. Through the glooom no
Rises to guide us. Wo have wandered far,
Without Thy lamp wo know not whore we era—
At evening bring us home:.
Tho clouds arc
.ronnd us, and the snow-drifts
0 Thou, dear shepherd, leave us not to sicken
.1 . 11 the wasto tight—our tardy footsteps t quioken
`-` • 'At evening bring us home. '
A Terrible Bedfellow-
loolcedmt my neighbor with consid
erable curiosity.; His face indicated a
man of not over: thirty years---a period
at which men are still youn; but his
hair was as .white tu3 fresh fallen: snow.
OneLteldont sees, even on the heads of
the drabo men, hair of such • immacu-
late _whiteness, He sat by Illy side in a
car of the Great Western Railroad,. in
Canada, and was j looking out of the
windew. Suddenly turniniiis head
he canghtme in the act of staring at
him—a rudeness of TY bleb wagnOam
was about to say words of. 'apol
ogvwhen he quietly remarked r ,
`Dlop't mention it, sir ; I . am used to
The frankness (if this observation
. 'pleased me and in a . very little .while
we were conversing on the terms of fa
miliar acquaintanceship ; • and . before
long he told me the - whole story.
I was a-soldier, in the army of In-
dia, " said he, "and as is Often the case
with soldiers, I was a little too fond of
liquor. - One day I got drunk and was
shut up irrthe black hole for it. I
dumped down on the floor of the dun
geon, and I was just dropping off to
sleep when I felt a cold, slimy shape
crawling across my'right hand as it lay
stretched out above my lead on the
flew I-knew at once what it was—a
snalie ! Of course, my first impulse
was o draw -away my hand, but kmiw
ing that if I did so, the poisonous rep
tile would probably strike its fangs 'in
' to me, I lay still with my heart beating
in my breast like .a trip hammer. Of
course my, fright sobered me instantly.
• I realized all my peril in its fullest ex
tent. 0, how I lamented the hour that
Lhad touched limier. They say there
is a serpent in it •, but it does not come
to everybody as it Came to me. With a
_undulating motion, -the reptile
- dragged its - carcass 'across my face, inch
by inch, and crept down over my breast,
and thrust its head inside my jacket.—
As I felt the hidetus scraping of the
slimy body over my cheeks, it was only
by the most tremendous effort that • I
suceeedeci in restraining Myself -from
yelling 1 Ninth mingled distriaY and
"At:last I felt the tail wriggling down
towards my chin ; but imagine what I
felt at heart, if you barn imagine it, as I
realized that the dreadful creature had
coiled itself up under my jacket as I
lay, and had seemingly gone to sleep,
for it was still as death. Evidently it
had . no idea that I was a human crea
ture ; if it had it would never have act
-cd in ,this manner. All snakes are cow
ardly;and they will not approach a
man nnless to strike him in self defense.
Three hours I lay with that dreadful,
weigit on-my bosom, and each minute
was li - e an hour to me—like a year.—
I seemed to have lived a life time in
that brief space.. Every incident of my
life pa4sed,across my memory in r apid
~succession, us they say is the case with
t droiVaing man. I thought of m 3
, w,.S• _ irr 0: I Englandi my
;cane by the 41:11'un ; my Mary
the uiel that I iov- - d. and never expect
,;ee them more.
,",::er OJ matte.. iow long I bore this
fyit'rhat it would 4nd in death at last.
lay a-; rigid as a cOpse. scae.cely dar
,lig even to breathe and all The time my
iroo•ie was growing colder. where the
- r.iiake was lying agttjust it, with noth
i»g,but a thin cotton shirtbetween me
and it. I knew if I stirred it would
• .istrike ; but I felt4hat I could not bear
'thig Much lo:iger„ Even if I succeeded
in lying still unritthe guard came, I ex
pected his opening - thedoor and coming
in would be my death warrant all the
same ; for no doubt the reptile would
'see I was a man' as soon as the light
was let in at z the door: At la.-4,4 heard
footsteps approaching. There was a
rattling at the leek. It was the guard.
He opened the door. The snake—a
• cobra di capellol now saW—darting up
its huge hooded head, with the hideous
rings around its eyes as if about to
strike. I shut my eyes and murmured
a prayer. Then it glided away with • a
swift motion and disappeared in( the
darkness. I staggered to my feet and
fell - swooning into the arms of the guard.
For weeks after I was very sick ; .and
when I was ablecto be about -I found my
. hair as white as you now see it. I have
not touched a drop of liquor since.
How HE WA3 SOLD.—About .0 forty
years ago there . lived in Western Penn
sylv.ania two farmers named Wood and
Osborne, respectively. They, Were near
neighbors, but inveterate enethies ; and
it is said lived almost. in sight of eaoh
other for fourteen years without speak
ing to each other. Wood went out one
day with " a mattock to dig up half a
dozen of stumps that had ever yet been
removed from his meadow, but fin ing .
it pretty hard work, he gave it up and
returned to the house. On thew ,y, It
occurred to him that by cunning device
ho might induce his unfriendly neigh
bor to uproot the little annoyances.—
Acting on a bright idea that occurred to
him;_he entered pis house, got his wri
ting Materials, and in a disguised hand
Mr. Wood,—lnm an old man, fast ap
proaching my end, and I: cannot go to
'my grave without revealing to you a
secret. When I 'Was a young man I
helped to rpb your grandfather of a
large amouht of money. I rind my
partner in crime buried flire thousand
dollars of it under the root of a tree in
the meadows that now belongs to you.
No doubt those large trees have been
cid down iv this time, but the stumps
may still remain. . He was soon after
hanged lona murder he committed, and
I was sent to prison for highway rob
bery. I was but lately released, and I
wish to do all I can, to atone for past
valtsdeeds. I send this letter by a per Son
will) says he ,blows where you live, and
ho will throw }'t into your house.
- A REPENTANT CRIAIINA/0.
Mr. 'Wood sealed his bit of fictioni'ad
dressed it fo himself, and when night
came crept stealthily to Osbarne's door,
opened it a little way, tossed it in, and
ran away as'- though Satan -were after
him. On reaching homd he retired to
rest, and reposed sweetly till morning.
When hp gs,rosethe east a glance toward
. his ineado‘v. and to his satisfaction'he
discovered that every stump in his
meadow' had .beeri dug up during the
night and pulled out by the roots,
A successful worker was asked the
other day how he had risen in
so railmilY: "Wnv," said he, "It was
very Hiniple. Whatever I had to do,
however humhle the work, I went at h
:si,if - I titoagiit the wo,r1•1 would come
to an end tt I didn't do it well - and
result was that tny em
i\loyer,ilbeg,an to think they couldn't do
viv Limit and so gave me a promo
NI% WP -EIItIL 1,
TO BUY t k SELL IS
eSINESS ! •
WE will buy at the highest market I
the following arkielea:- ;
SHEEP PELTS, DEACON SK I
DEER SKINS, FURS, HIDES,I
AND VEAV SKINS,
for which we will pay cash.
We will manufacture to order, French or
tanned CALF or RIP BOOTS, in the best
nor and at fair rates, and pay especial att
first-rib;k stoek-ot, ~ ,
on which we will not be undersold, and from *his
time we shall make it a point to keep up the beet
to be found in the county, which we willi
lower prof , than such_artioles.have eve
offered in this region. f
We shall likewise keep up a good asso
LADIES' BALMOR;AtS, T
MISSES WORK dy VA
, • • 3 - 1 • 1
and all styles of MEN'S WOEK.
LEATHER 6. FINDIN
pan be bought of As - as cheap as any wire,
side of New. York', arid ivo'sbalf keep a fa;
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH Kt '
. PER, SOLE. LININGS,. AN'
Our stock of PEGS. NAILS, THREAD, WLS,
RASPS, 'GLOVERS' NEEDLES, .LASTS,
TREES, R I HP'S, with SNOEMAKE.R'S
TOOLS cpt9l mv.privcs, will be/o=4 414 lar
gest in the eounty,:attdlios, tell for ein t ita profits:
No talk business and wo mcb business, We
have been in this region long enough to be well
known—let those who know us try us. Corner
of Main end Grafton streets, oppesito W. Rob
erts' Hardware Store,. 1 C. W. 'SEARS,
, GEO. J. DE BY,
Wellsbciro,' April 24 1 18137—if; ; • - ci I.
Stoves & Ti# , W
FOR THE MILLION.
. xt 0
D. P. ROBERTS,
OPPOSITE ROY'S BUILDING,
Is now prepared to furnish the public with
anything in his lino of business; in quantity as
large, in quality, as good, and as cheap in'price
'as any dealers in Northern Pennsylvania.
e pays particular attention to the
STOVE4ND TIN WARE BUS
anci intend to i kon!, a lull assortment of e
in that line.
TIN WARE MADE TO OR 1 1 ,
promptly, and warranted to give satisfae
executed in tho beet manner and with
C ILL AND SEE 'ME
0 D. P. ROB
Weilsborouih, March 7, 1866.
THE PLACE TO BUY DRUGS.
A T the Lawrenceville Drug Store. inhere you
ti will find every thing properly belonging to
-I. ue Drug Trade
CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST,
.and of the best quality for Cash Alse, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes. Lamps, Fancy Nothing. Violin
itrings, Fishing Tackle, Window plow /co.
Cash paid for Flux 84d.
C. P. LiONAID. ,
Lawrenceville. May 8.1867.
F 0 WY' I'S '
Ran !apt Patois.
LOSS QP APPr
ME AND VITA
ENERGY, Jtze. i
use improves ti
a amooth a
transforms t li
To keepers of Cows hi; Preparation is Invaluable.
' " Troyes thh quality
of the 1324.. It has
been proven by sic;
tat expetiment to
.7 of ilk and
ream ttwenty per
tnt. and make the
lea In flattening
tile, It veil them
lei' , hide, and
pates them thrive
0 1 7 s; •
aS Ciongts, Meets In
the Lungs, Liver •
sets as a specific.
By putting from
one-half a paper •
to a paper in a a . ....._
btiml or swill the
will be eradicated
of entirely preventod. if given in Brae, a certain
preventive and cute for the Hog Cholera. •
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for St
PILEPAIIED BY 4 0
• Air Tr Air,' L'
WIIOLESALE DEUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT.
No. 116 Franklin P..; - Baltimo e, Md,
For Sale by TbliK.zi•ts; 4tol z'tnraceeper
,out the United Stows.
For ealoby John A. Roy, WelloborO
B. B. B ORDE
HAS just returned from the City w th a largo
and desirablo stook of goods consisting of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Yankee Notions, of ovety description, Glass and
,Ploted-Ware, Walt 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 cal) the attention of the
public to our Stick of GERNAN 1,4111P5, nne.
quitted in the wide world, and nlso that I am
Lunt for the " Morton" Gold Pun, and - shall al
vas's keep a large assortment.
Timm. May 8. lBl7—tf, B. B. BORDEN.
Dlt. FITCH'S ATIDO INAL SUPPORT
is'HS fi.r gala at Roy's Drug Storo.
tB I.,VORK, IN' TUB BEST STYLE, and
witb denpatch,at THE AGITATOR. Omce.
AMERICAN WATCHES in Hunting Silver
caae B from $27.60 up at FOLEY'S. •
N , 311111 0 lOU
AT, TEM RE9I ) I4E'S. STORE
I vE ARE NO , NV . RECE ,Iylpt,G, A.
FRESH STOCK ,OF GOODS
iV.. t. i
N 0 ,-)
and are prepared 'enpfdy the eritrits of the
give the hest satisfaction, and those accustomed
to PttironlEt.us &uow,.that.we•
I-• 1•• , ' ;f • •
hat are to h'c r for" . o4 - bc'thte,,ecoVisin, • ittnil•those
who are not our patrons are "the losera
quite ae much as we are. .
MADE UP 40 ORbEte ' , AI6 WAR
' 1 ! ,t.
OUR STOCK WILL BE KEPT FULL,
Warranted to give Sitisfaction,
Sold as Low
We invite an es , amination of our stook and
Prices, pledgiugturselves to
SHOW Gpops' FREELY AND: TAKE NO
81ATIt & WAITE.
Corning, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1867.
NEW " ARRANGEMENT
Wilson & Van Valkenburg
NO. 2, UNION BLQOK,
long and favorably
known, will thor
broken-do n and
by stren Melting
and clean ng the
stomach d antes
, finer. .
It is a taro pre
ffentive of all dis
eases incident to
Cloths,. Cassimeres, Vestings, Ladies'
• Cloths,; am) ;01/age ilriOtplof
1 1.fiediOS' lir6ss Goods.' .0`
We are Agents for Singer's Sewing Bittehines,
the hest and cheapest Machine for family use,
l ess get out of repair, and more durable
t adapted to tine or coarse sewing.
Cal and see them. - • , • •
The Senior partner has had a large experienoe
in Merchant Tailoring. and it is the intention of
the new Aral to pul l this branch of their business
beyond suarsful impend+ ,
Wellsboro,Feb.2o, 1867—tf. '
Adapted to the
NORTIFERINT - PE NIML VAINTIA,
OUR" LONG pX.EWENOE ,
has taugiit us that
'• t t v
KEEP THE BEST dOODS
We i keap as usual a
'LARGE syocK'oF CLOTHS
• A -
to sell by the yard or
RANTED TO 'FIT
- nnd ail Goode - sold by ue
'as at any other Estab
nt. 'Mind that.
who no sale is mach.
Have established themselves at
.gy m ..
z4.~ h~ .
'tea .~ ~ i
lately accepted Bunnell
They are now receiving allare stock of
In part, iniph,as
AND FITIVNIStfING GOODS
DOWT FORGET THE PLACE
To bay cheap, and a obofiii lot of
Ci - , THE < 53MPAT
CENTRE OF ATTRACTION IS AT
C. S. AXATIIER & CO.
Would announce to, the good people of T[ogs
County that they, hare jut ,iretnnied \from New .
York with their second full stook pt
FALL & WINTER - GOODS,
embracing all the novelties as well as the sub
DRESS'Goops 51 1 4P4
& kw,lO,T; GOOD% HOOP AKIETS;;
& BEST FRENCH WOVE COR•
. . SETS, GLOVES i AND HO
SIERY, YANKEE NO
FURS 2 F 1 RS I I
NINE, CONY, and St'Oerian Squirm!.
• The largest Stotts of
CLOTHS & CASSIMERI;ii the county,
. READY, - - MAIM ...An THING, .and
CLOTHING made to order super
, intended by first class wor.kmed.
SiloP ,IkaDE- HOOTS 8110.tg.tn end
- lesetaricty,. HATS & CAPS
• • •to Suit all taste,
GROPKATF4S, 4 a., &c.
Our goodchave beim bought lasing . the last
panio in 14ew'Yolii and will 'hs sold at, : panic
Pflods are doiln, monopoly broken up. No
other store oan or dare compete with us in qual
ity and price. For further partionlars eallat the
store of - O. S. MATHRII, it CO.
1867. WRIGHT & BAILEY., .1867.
WE commencO this jar with an exclusively
CASH busineso: • '
A LARGE sTodie OF . FLOUR FOR
A LARGE STOOK OF FEED FOR
A - LARGE' STOCK tOF PORK FO e kt.
Call and sae us. WRIGHT & BAILEY
Wellsloro, Jan. 9, 1887-17.
411 persons indebted to tui by note or book
account trust call and settle or pay costa,
• Jan. 8,186 T. WRIGHT ZS BAILEY.
MR. WILLIAM' RORNRTB bege to
announce to the oltisenset, Tloga County,
that in addition to his 'excellent stock 614toves,
Tin-Ware, Brittania, and Sheet-Iron Ware, he
has, at a great outlay, stocked his store on
PV Y: 1 ;
ritth a complete assortment:of Shelf llardwaro,
'of which We enumerate AM fellowlag
NAILS, SPINES, 'CROWBARS, X CUT,
41114 HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP , -,II.INGES,
'-\---_, BITTS, , .
. , .
' . 1
~ 1 .
BITT-STOCKS, tIATCHETS,' CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, MKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS,' SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
TIC, ,; .
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON! GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
PATENT HARNIPOOR HANGINGS
4. new thing, and mad* for use. The.to are but it.;
few of the many articles composing our stook,
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the beat spolity o f
goods in our line ; and all Work to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM ROBERTS.
r'elleboro, Sept. 1,1866—tt
VAIL BROOK 00AL.--4he underaigned
1 . 7 baying make arrangements to furnish Coal
by the TON or CAR LOAD, coarse or fine, solic
its the patronage of the public.
ALSO—bas constnntly on hand, a large stock
of OARRIAGB BOLTS, ho., at wholesale and
retail. Mgr BLAOKSMITIIING of all kinds
done in the beat manner. S. M. GEER.
Tioga, Deo. 1,,1866-tf. •
/FRB Subscriberla agent for the above celebra
ted Flee. Also a fine assortmight of Lead
ers, Kinsey Hooks, Snells, Braided Silk, Sea
Grass & Linen Lines, Trout Baskets, Ply Books;
Gut, Ply Rods, Reels, Am, ke. Shop in rear of
Wm. Reberts's Tin Shop. •
••, r. LORAN A. SEARS. •
Wellsboro, May. 29, 1807. ' • •
- rr - :
CASH: PAID FOR i WHEAT I
CASK PAID FOR OATS
&Asa_ EOM: PO N 1
CASH FOR : EVERYTHING I 1
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
Rochester Trout Flies.
44,1iD . PAIOE§
iv. ,/-•Y ti
T ;: A.;`,W.lpiiitAaini;)
TIO GA, PA:
- ,-,- ~ ,i ci k
'',' )f, 0 ,'„' sj , '.l ;il "i": 1, 1 r.l,q, VO -.,” li e.,'
lIAVINii PIS retunied , frour New York with
Now and carefully Waded, • •-• ;- •
All thole in want of GoOde wtil ftud it to choir
interest to call and '•''. =
find learn Prices before buyingtelsenttera.
Kept constantly on liand, a doles lot of
DRIED, FRui.T, (fijtg9gAre,s, FLOUR,
All the above Goode are bought at the lowes
Odeh Prices and will be cold • -' •‘,
ONLY' CASII OitREADY PAY:
v t , : z in' i t i L3 s tict a thaj;
j 3e ili t : the el, stand of
Tfoift; ' •
To the Public of Wellsboro
SURROUNWNG COUNTRY 1
t. N. 'A SME R ,
TA notifying ho people
is on hand, and offe it er than before
The Store le won stook d with the moat fatal
ionablo • •
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
:also, a largo assortment of .
GENT'S FtIRNISHING GOODS,
WHITE AND CASSIMERE SHIRTS,
COLLARS, NECKTIES, SVS
and a good large lot of the most fashionable
HATS ' AND CAPS,
over bronertto this market. Also ,
TRUNKS, BAGS, AND UMBRELLAS,
which you can buy low for cael), at - ,the Cheap
Clothing store of 11. AMIE% under the Agita.
Welleharo, April 10, 1887.
Popular Dry Goods Tiade
T HE Blibsoribor is now, raosivips his
SPRIN.G 4S O'c,k
Among whjob wsll bo.found many 9f the mos
popular Style's 4:4' , . .
• Nan SCDOZAD
SHAWLS, .'cr,oAKitres & SAOKRTGS,
PRINTS, GINGHAms. BROWN AND
BLEACta , D MuS.L4NS, TIMINGS,
DENIMS, 'STRIPE 'SHIRT
tING% TABLE LINENS,
NAPEINS, ToWELINGs, LAOE arm
EMBROIDERED WINDOW OUR
TAININGS, EMBOSSED AND
PRINTED TABLE AND
f NANO SPREADS,
PAL - - , •
HOSIERY, GLOVES, fpc.
CLOTHING & TAILORING DE.
Where a phricet Ails tins:Santo:4 or no s4e.-'
A share of the public patronage is rospeotfully
solicited. • i , 'THOMAS HARDEN.
We :bozo; May 16,1887. '
?v 'F.1141 04,2 - ii
:.• ...,.:E.,, H o. - ~,
- (Patented Sept. 11,1860.) r
I Oahe for It . .
lat. The cheapest, most convenient, and moat
durable Parm Gate in use.l
2d. Any farmer tau mate it with tbe nsoof a
eaw and hammer.
d. It does not sag the poste, and cannot be
blown open or shut. •
.4th,' It ie not obstrnetedS, leer seem. •
'bth. It is stroneer than any other gate, and Is
equally so when open or shut, and cannot be
blobrn open or shut, nor does the, hardest wind,
affect It when open.
On the above claims and capeci' ay its regard to
its clitoris:we, : dim4dtity, and convenienctf, wild/AY
compition.' - It, le a now gate and has been brit a
short time before the public), but In all caeca it
-has taken the preference over all other gates.
It costs; Including poste, only $1.25 to $1.50,
and farmers can make them at oven lees than
this—they do not coirntore than an ordinary pair
ovrnship rights for sale on terms very piotita
ble o the purchaser. :Farm rigbth for sale for
$3. 0 Melt. ' I bate put them domiri to this low
ilguie so that none need be, without theta; only'
be sure and, examine this before purchasing of
any. other. , .• - : . • , . , . .
Any one wishing further particulars will please
address the subscriber, ail orders will: receive
prompt attention,. Address,
Apr. „! , 0. S. KIMBALL,
A 24, '67-tf. Ooeola,'TiogaVo., Pa.
MUTED WARE—Cake baskets, 'e. rd
ets, castors, sugar bowls, eta., at • •
r a fillE largest assortment of Watobes, Cloaks, m
Jewelry and Plated Ware in Tio;ga inty
ft9deell6j - A Pours.
LADIES' BETS from $1.50 to $80; at
•11.1 2 f U
STOCK, OF, GOODS,
EXAMINE OUR STOOK
PORK, &,0., &O.
- I :1
at prices that aru worthy of attention.
. 1 •,. ' r •
Also, a full line of -
Special attention is callod to his
lA ' 41' ' it
4116 ft E
, 1P i
17, 11E113 constantly iSkt hand a fine stook of Pore
Mk. Mum Biedloines, Chentioals,
WINES AND -tIQUQRS,
for Medicinal and Sacramental Lupo; also all the
popular Patent Medicines, Paints, Varnishes, Oils,
do, ailkinds of btuahes, Dye (Weis, Dye Woods
and Stuffs, fine Toilet Soaps, -:Peifumery,Pom
ades, Cosmetic% &a., `4. ,
STATIONERY_ RENO PENCILS,
_ PAPER AD EN VELOPES,
Moralortaulam Books, F*ll Ilookt,'Att., Potaih
in - st`lll - 4ent, - tier pound, geroieno OH,
Lamp Oil, Tarpontltte, Betake, 8,4).1
11,ioish Oateieukand Pearl Barley at 10 cis per
Pound.. I am, sole, agent in Blossburg for Dr.
N. Virdnorer's Ext., Fireweed, and warrant it to
cure Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Pimples on
the face, and all .dbmases arising from impure
Mate of Blood if used According to directions.
paitigular „attention given .: to °compounding
l'hycicicoi and , otber Prescriptions. I guaran
tee satisfiction, both In quillity and price. •
Remember the' Store, opposite the now Coal
Co'a Store, Blossburg, Pa
'Abg.ls, 1868.4 f.
Mtithet 'Sr Hort°.l4"
D , 411. , 0•
GROCERIES t :PROVISJON.S
q./?99K.rqtr:H . iimivA4,
WOOD yokpucur,: wormo. , "-••
LAWEENOEVILLE,c f:PENN'A "
Cash, raifiliT7o4cpi2 g; l3 .i. %AZT
Nov. 21, 1868-1 y: i •""
/866. FCR - SALE. 1866.
B. 0.,. WICHITA 0; . ;'.
• .;• ; Y 'q
ik 'X HIS NUREIERY OF Fiktrit-Vivoii4
21L, VAMENTAD `TRERS,
10,00 ft Fettir , llo l / 4 61644;q 7 -,i:.;:.
Aood supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
andORNAMENTAL TREES dr. SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are 'Composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them largo and
in bearing. Any one wishing to` got a supply ,
will do well to call And coo ru3r stook before •pur:
()basing elsewhere. OP' Delivered at the ,depot
free of charge. ' ,
IiAARAH'S NATIONAL GATE.
[PaiOnted SopteTabor , 20th, 1864,)
ITS CLAIMS 'ARE: •
1. The most-common workman or a farmer
can build it.
2. It is made of all sizes, and is perfectly
adapted to all Elate purposes, whether for cattle
yard, farm, door-yard or garden.
3. It requires no hinges, and cannot be blown
open nor shut.
• 4. It does not swag the post, and the (late
itself .cannot sag.,
6. -13reachy stook cannot open It.
6. It cannot be driven against when open.
7. It is not obstructed by either rain, sleet or
8. Being built without mortise or tenon, it
costs but little more than a pair of good bare.
9. It is stronger than any other gate built of
an equal amount of lumber, and its strength is
equal upon both aides.'
10. It is the cheapest, neatest, and most con
venient and durable Gate in use.
During the fall of 1865, the National Gate has
received the highest award at SEVEN STATE
and some SEVENTY COUNTY FAIRS, and
•in competition with other Gates, it has takenltho
FIRST PREMIUM in every instance.
It challenges the whole list of Gates to a prac
tical test, throughout all
„The National Gate ,
has received the un.quall
dill approbation of all who have used it.
These, Gates, including :Flubs, are built at a
cost of sit to $B, according to Workmanship and
material used. Their manufacture insures a
profitable investment of 'elpital, as they com
mand a ready sale at from 60 to 100 per cent.
profit; lad it Is perfectly safer put them up at
all times under a warrant, as they have in no ease
failed ta - Vive the fullest satitfaction.
J. P. BILKS,
• • ' , D. ANGELL,
— A. ALBA.
,11124F•Townahip and Farm Rights for sale in
Tioga and Bradford Counties.
Or -Applicants for purchase of Territory,
send for Circular oentainiug partlcnlars.
Righte for average Farms are uniformly sold
for $lO each, including printed drafts anti spat&
floationv for building all sizes of both Farm and
sntrance Gate, by the aid of which anyone can
On receipt of $lO, in all cases accompanied by
a. particular description of the land for which the
right is :desired, the appropriate Conveyance,
drafts, An., will be pratortlyforvriuled."
Address, with stamp, ' • ,
NATIONAL GATE CO.,
March 27' 1807-4. Knoxville, Pa.
GROOM & RESTAURANT,
One doot above Itnen,Drut Store,
*ELIJSI3 OR o g . P
We take pleasure in announeing to the public(
ihat'wn egniirtencie.the Nett "gear with enlarged
aegonimedating enetomera withlho
loioost law*. of . • ...
OR 0 OERIZsg ,
Wooti4l,..,l l :ZzoW WARP,
offirfil to this Public.
BEST SUGARS, SPICES, CHERRIES,
(sconed - j - PavES, BQX RAISINS,
CITRON, SEEDLESS RAISINS,
' . PICKLES; SAUGES,'
- CANNED POTTS.
anci the fintat ;
Merit Oysters; • • •• • •.
ar. Panned, Oysters;
right from '}be
on oaks at 'our eouater. •
•.• - „
Tif:E. ,r(Pott ! .,./? ;'.. A I).OO,O2MdZA TB
Will find•our, RESTA RANT open' at all' sea.
soaable hem; Wltetol .0(6111 fit °rimy style, pre
pared.by. tt.ilOtta.bp' Oa iioived up to delight
the palate and. gladden the heart.
WE AIM TO PLEASE !
Always glad tp sep oui 'friends, heeause wo in
tend to give; them their money!ti worth, and if
they call once they will , be sure to call again.
C. IL GOLDSMITH. -
TIONAiItD GILLETT, baying recently pur
chased Mr. Andrew a. Tipple's interest in the
would'say to the citizens of We'labor° and vi
cinity that he will, continue the bvtairwas at the
old Borst stand*-giving hie entire attention in
supplying the wants of all who may favor him
with their patronage. Constantly on band
'FRESH BOATS OF ALL ICINIfB.
), Shop one Door South of Derby's Shoo Shop.
, ,WellsbOro, April 10, 1867 -tf.
FLOUR PROW CHOTOE WHITE WHEAT,
buckwheat !lour, corn meal and feed, always
.on hand. Call at the Charleston /11111befote buy.
inEl o .ur dour and feed. I coamake. It nu object
hum to buy. • „ REFA.
r May /0,18011-tf
WHOLBUIR DUG STORE.
CORNING, N.• Y.
DRUGS 'AND' MEDICINES, PAINTS
TiIADDEIJS DAVIDS' INKS, CONCEN
TRATED ' MEDICINES, CJN-
CINNATI WINES AND
KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI
4. LINES, PETROLEUM OIL,
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER; WINDOW GLASS,
AND DYE COLORS,
. . „
Sold at Wholesale prices.. Sayers_ ore requested
tt(vall and get quotations before going further
D. TERBELL - i CO
. .• ,
Corning, N. Y., Jan. I, 188.7-1 Y
PH O( RA'I?HIC.
E.. & IL T. XNTIIONT '8; CO.,
Manprfaeturere Photopraphie Materials
, BtOAD:gtiir,4.Y, N. T
in telditlezi.t,o •our.tnain bxlsiness,ef Photographic
Materials we, are Eleaftearters for the following, viz:
,jitereoscopes & Stefeoscopic Views
Of Atriericau' ittid Foraign atid Landecapen,
Ordure, Statuary, etc.
Storooscopic VieWs of tho War,
From negatives made in the various campaigns and
forming a complete Photographic history of the greit
Stereoscopic Views on, Glass:
Adapted for eltberlaglo Lanterns or the Strescope.
Our Catalogue will be sent. to any aildres4 o receipt
of Stamp. I
Wo Manufacture more largely than any other house,
about 200 varieties from /50 cents to $llO eaeh. Dor
ALBUMS hive the reputation of being superior in
beauty and durability to all others.
Casa Photographs of Generals,, States-
men, Actors. etc., ate.
Our Catalogue embraces over FIVE THOUSAND
dltleropt'subJects, including reproductions of the most
'celebrated Engravings, Paintings, Statues, etc. Cata
logues sent on receipt of statnp.
Photographers and others ordering gdods C. 0.D.,
Will please remit 26 per cent!. of the amount with their
&der. The prices and finality ,of our goods cannot fail
to satisfy. 'Jan. 2,1867-9 m. •
Tioga Martile Works
THE undersigned are now prepared to exe
cute all orders for Tomb Stones and Monu
ments of either
ITALIANIV RUTLAND MARBLE,
of the latest styland approved workmanship.
and with dispatch.
Wo keep constantly on hand both kinds of
Marble and will be able to suit nil who may fa
vor us with their orders, on as reasonable terms
as can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as good as new.
WILCOX & WIIITNEY.
Tioga, May 22, 1861—tf.
To the Farmers of Tioga County.
lAli now building at my manufactory, in Lawrence
vine. a superior
which possesses the following advantage B over another
1. It separates oats, rat•litter. and foul seeds, and
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
3, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does all other separating required of a mill. '
This Will is built of the best and most durable tim
ber, in good style, and is sold cheap for cash, or prl.
Iwill tit a patent 'sieve, for separating oats troth
wheet,to other mills, ma reasonable terms.
.7. II hiATIIER.
Lawrentorille,October 10, 1808-tf
WALKER & LATHROP,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEE L , NAILS
• STOVES, TIN: ARE,
Carriage and Etarnesi Trimmings,
HARNEtSES, SADDLES, Ac.
I Corning, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1.86Z-ly.
nMIUM ' SIMFMNrIFIM
Atg 'OLD BY TETE TRADE GENBRALLY
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO DEALERS
200,000 VIIIINIBIIED THE U. S. GOVERNMENT.
Army Revolver, 44-100 in. Calibre
Hairy Revolver,., , 36-100 in. Calibre
Blab Revolver, Navy size Calibre
Pollee Revolver ? Navy size C3librc
Nev Poker Revolver, 31 •100 in. Calibre
Pocket Revolver, (Rider's pt,) 31-100 in. Calibre
Repeating Pistol, (Elliott pt.) No 224 t. 32 Carege
Vest Peeket Pistol, No 22, 30, 32 4k, 41 - Cartridge
Gun Cane No 22 16 32 Cartridge
Breech Loading Rillo,(Beala') N 0•32 do 3S " -
Revolving Rifle, 30 & 44-100 in Calibre
• E. REMINGTON & SONS.
• " PUINCIPAL ACCEIIT.9. •
1: Moore & 'Nichols. New York; Wm Road & Son,
Boston; Jos C GAEbb & Co, Philadelphia; Pool- .
they & Trimble, Baltimore; Henry Folsom & Co,
New Orleans; Johnson, Spencer & Co, Chicago;
L M Rnmsey & Co, St. Louis- Albert E Grano,
San Francisco. Feb' 20, 1867.-Im`-
'NEWELL, DENTIST, MANSFIELD, Pa.,
• grateful for the very liberal patronage
heretofore reoeived, 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 Itetho best possible manner. All
new, useful invoiations and improvements adopt
ed. Tho highest good of his patrons the ultima.
turn of his ambition. Dcc. 5, '66—tf
ROY'S CHOLERA DROPS
WRIT CHOLERA MORE US,
CURES CHRONIC DIARRHEA,
CURES all Bowel Complaints , but does not
cure anything else. This medicine is no
cure-all: it has the confidence of every body,
for It is never known to fall : it should be. kept
on band by every family. Bold by dealers in
medicine at fifty cents per bottle. For sale in
Wellaborough - al Roy's Drug Store,
OTICE.--Sotice is hereby given that Rob.
.11 art Castard,rSenior, ' has been placed in
charge of tract No'. 1590, and those
,parts of true !
No. 1589,1 u the vicinity of Babb's creek, belong.
log to'the heirs of Luke W. Morris - ; and all per.
sons are forbid trespassing thereon, under pen.
Mt) , of prosecution
ELLISTON P. 'MORRIS,
865 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Fdb. 27. 1887-6a* •
ItirUSICALINBTRUMENTS.—J. B: Shake
pear, dealer in Docker do Brother and
Raines Brothers pianos, Mason A ilamlin oal:-
Inet organs, Trent, Linsey Co. melodeons, and
,tlin B. filioningor melodeons. Room over J. R.
1 r won's stole. . Sept. 12, 1866.
61 1 TRAVit.' "
da ti tipril,29,lBo7, trains 1r ifli e „,
o n bourn:
' On awl after 810
Cori:ling at thefol
sa Man. Sundays excepted. for lintla.
nd DiDkirk, aannecting with trakt
12:28 a.m., Farr
for the West.
6:44 m Night R
with trains of
• Shore, and Ora
7:07 a. m.,Night
Dunkirk and t
7:15 a. m.,Nlglit
'ester and kill I I
10:32 a. in., Mall
ter and Baal ,
2:16 p. m. Balt!.
7:08 p. in.. Day
. 7;10 p in Day - .I
5:40 p. In., Emig.
12:28 a. M. Expr°
12.60 p m Way
E press; Sundays excepted, for Buffalo
Dunkirk, making direct connecticc
Ibe Atlantic di Oreut Western, L a k e
dTrutik Railways, for all peltilfeit,
)pros, Dally, for Butfalo.S.alarounca
e West, connecting us above. •
Express; Sundays excepted, fur Rea,
:)0, via Avon
'min, Sundays exceptod, for
, via Avon.
!. °se Bxpteas, Sundays excepted, to
'Buffalo, vitt Aron.
Sundays eicepted, for Buffalo,
b the Lake Shore end Oland Trunk
,• tuts west. and south.
'prose, Indaye excepted. for ituct,eet et
ant tel n, Daily, for the Vireet.
:se Mail, Bundayioexcepted, for Buffalo,
Dunkirk, connecting with tralas Icr
refight, Sundays excepted
t Express, Daily, connecting at gray.
wick. nud at New York with afterti3On
°mars, for laostonand New England
12:18 . tn., NW
cou ':for Wa
• _ , ..I'• and a
4:01 a: to,, Clod nail Express. Mondays excepted, Cell
'tooting at .iii Ira for 4 urrieburg, Philadelphia but
Mo . South ;t Owego for Ithaca; at Dlnglinintot
for Syracuse; at Great Demi fort Scranton, kiiiladel.
da, aud Tre ton; at Lackawasen for Utits toy, and at
Orapcourt fa .Notetarg and Warwick. ,
10.06 ato Acco Modation Train dolly, connecting at
at Elmira fo ,Oanntidalgna.'
10:48 a . m., Da Ertl:rens, 3 nadays excepted, cOnnectiot
at Elmira for Cauatidalgus, ar.l3ingliatitton for lyre
cued, at Oren bond for Scrautim, at Inckairtixen fcr
11awley, and' t Jersey City with. iniabiglit Esiista
Train of Now Jersey 14.11 road forlhiladalabla, Pal'
'more and Wa r hipgton.
.rasa, Sundays exmpted.
PaTamara Moll, Sithdetniez•
Icahn for liorrlebtirk,il,hui„..
!ream, Snadays excepted, coi..
; with itorninierpresr train of
or littltimoro and Washfugtpn,
,M l :9lning AXPrt's.l..trilDiffor
- ' • RIDDLR;
, • . Gonnup't
FOR THE NORTH'. ,
laleave Elminite iolfvws:
7 004 a)
.11. 45 a 0,
• s'••••• Olbpm
5r toachattachadj.../..... 7 /0 a
911, - 1601', trains will arrive and
Express —.O 45 p m Expros 10 - 00 ael
Elmira Nail :00 am Elmira Mall ..... ...0 0.5 e s ,
Local irreight.l i ... lo 50 a mLocal Fr0igh1......3 35 Err
Throe Er,/ I
It oiso pea Through kreiglr4 2 00 T. Is
l:. E. B. MOWN, Dir.:talk
Illoosbnr. &' Corning, & Tioga R. R,
Taiius Witt Im us follows until further notice:
Accouunodatio —Leaves Illossinirg at 0,50 n. ut., clans t 4
field at 1,3 b Tioga at 8,28 Lawt, twesille at p,4•_
arriving at I orniug at , 10,20 a. in.
Mail—Leaves t lossburg nt 2,35 D. in., Mantneld ti
Tioga at 4 10, Lawrenceville at4sT—araittngo:
Corning at p. nt.
Mail—Leaves rating at Bn. m., Lawrenceville at
Tioga nt 10 2, Mansfield at 10,40—arriving at The...
litirg at 11,' 0 a. ra:
Accotumodat • n—Leaven 'pinning at 4,50 p. m i Lay:
roncOVille t 5,85, Tioga at 7.02; Mansfield at 7,44-.
arriving at Illossburg at 8,25 p.
L. li. SHATTUCK, Sap't.
iadelplii f a & Erie R. R.
arr. and ddpart At Williamsport at fuilv,i
'Wu 10 1.0 p m I
Erie Moil Trair....4 30a r.
ruin.A 25 ain Erin Ex'se Train-3 45 p a
Trains 35 u mhuaulti Express 10 ?.0 e. a 'turn 320 p I
m ElmiraMail Train II 35 p 1.,
are rnn through on the Erie Mail mid Er
i without cbauge !Atli ways lAA a son Plata
NEW YOltK CONNECTION.
Erie Mall T
L. H. Acc6
orl at 9 a ra, arrive at Erie 10.00 a. in
ork at 0,00 p m, arrive at Eriu 4 Oi pin.
6.10 p ta, atrivo at 'New York 3.15 p m
't 10 25 a tn, arrive at Vow York 10 10 a in ?-
A. L. TYLY-11,0eng Sept.
is and great Western fl. W
IlYB011:6. EAsrwmin BOND.
~ 5 SO I Express 5 ls
ion 6,3 S Mail :, ll
12.19 Accommodation, —.ALE
li.oo I Express Ole
'ere is a junction with the Plillodelplos &
y Creolt Rail Roads. -
filo with the Franitiht and Ott City nod
Mall ' I
At Cory t
Erie, and Ci
..Intrgo tlio Mabonlity Dr4neh rnnkes
Cleveland. At Itavenna connects
d Pittsburgh Railroad.
puttee through Akron, Ashland, Gallon
ana and Dayton, Intortectlug varinua rail.
rnainated at Cincinnati. D. McLiREN,
Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa.
reel route t
roads, and t,
For the Collection of
4 . 11 . 1 ,. / :NAVY ClaiEns and Pensions
' BOUNTY LAW, passed July 213,1366, gii ia
, 1 thrre years' soldiers extra bounty. seed
,PPFICERS' EXTRA PA.Y.
%utile' extra pay proper to volouteer cams
. service March 3,1365.
have lost a 11mb and %rho have beenserms
, totally 'disabled, \ . .
00,0ml:cleat claims prom:entail.
? * 41ROME B. NILES.
I.,Ortober 10, 1300-tt
two an l
in your ilia
who wore t.
To all who
ing & Turning.
. T: VAN HORN,
'I 6 goi • hie now Factory in °Oration ,
ow prepared to 1111 orddrs for -cubicet
..ptly and in the beet style of workman•
‘l' aro pro
ho is road to uress hoards or plank with dispatch,
SCE LL-WORK & BRACR.ETS
est and m
o order. Me machines aloof the new•
at improved patterns.
rner of boar! and Wain Sts, WELLS
WE SBORO PETROLEUM' CO.—
N nice is hereby given that the Board (.4
Dlrectore of this Company at a mooting held De-
Camber 1., by resolution decided, to close up the
affairs . cif the Company'and distribute the balance
id the ha. ds of the Treasurer; prorattt among the
holders q paid-in stock. This property of the
.Company will be sold and_tho proceeds divided
in like manner. Stockholders will present their
receipts °AO-Treasurer. "" By order,
.Doc t 1 , 1866. M. B. COBB. Clerk.
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.SRS. NICHOLS MITCHELL Would
speotfolly itifortit tho poople of this ri•
hat tboy have the agency of some of the
Fir& Insurance Companies
Itatos, and are now prepared to insure st
.blo rates. s
MITCHELL ;Hiving boon appointed
:nd promptly to business relatinc to
e, which may be entrusted to him.
li will be found at tho office formerly eau
Lowrey e y
hl oroliill 3 Main 7
unty and Pension Agency.'
NO received definite instructions in regard R
e, extra bounty allowed by the act approst
1866, and baying ou hand a large supPlY of 111
k• blanks, I amprepared to proaecute all Pea*
bounty claims which may be placed in 10'
'arsons living at a distanco'can commuolc oo
by leitor,and their communications 1011 be
• 111:118WRI ed • Nlll, 11, 8/ 1 1 1111.
oro.October 24,1860. .
B. T. VAN HORN