The Tioga County agitator. (Wellsboro, Tioga County, Pa.) 1865-1871, August 28, 1867, Image 2

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    Enemies of tlxo - National Honor.
In the'distre ithalsed-by "thel,3)eino
eratic rebellion, the. Government -bor
rowed money for the-'national - defense
at a heavy sacrifice; kriliig bondS
payable 41 gold ;for , currency ikt ". par,
which, ear the average, with,' depre,biated
,to- about sixty-five • per cent. The loyal
people expect it to keep this engage
ment." While the Government". main- -
tains the national •honor, it will keep
this engagement. It would be as - dis
honest to repudiate the obligation to pay
the interest, and principal of these bonds
in l kolk us to 'repudiate the payment al
.together: know of none who would
repudiate this paymentin gold except
those who 'were for the national.
tion in'the rebellion; who are dissatisfi
ed with the naticnialpreservatien, and
who yet are trying to devise its destruct
ion, and who look to national dishonor
as a means of national dissolution.
The Government also bOrroWedlarge; -
ly on notes of'variousi sorts whose prin-'
cipal - ard IntereSt was payable :' in cur'.
rency. 'JR exchanged these at par when
the currency WasdepreCiated on th - 6 av
erage to - about 65. TO pay the' interest'
and ;priti 040 Of these notes in Curren
cy of the same 'Value as was received
for them winfulall the whoib :Obliga,-
thin. ''Te; increase the -volume of this
currencirso as to depreciate it - 'further
would be repudiation.. TO contract the
volume this currency so iislo appre
ciate its - Value would increase the real
amount of the dept, and would thus add"
unnecessarily alverY large' gain •to the
alarthingjaMount of the pUblid debt:
They who hate suddenly become' ad
. vocates of issuing legal tenders to' 'take
up the bonds, and of compelling 'the,
holders of the gold bonds to take legal
tenders or nothing, are those who all
though the war and till now were fOr
repudiation ; m
and theyean repudiation
by it now ,*.• On 'the other.: , ,ll! ad, they
who would add the large ante,: ~.our
vast &bile 'debt that would ,b .., : i ed
by t urnitigThneurrency debt in . : , ,gold
bonds, and by contracting the cur . icy
to thervalue of specie, show a reek b ss
willingness to multiply the amount of
the debt, which argues either indiffer
ence to the Payment, or am incapacity
to appreelati;%, the'Magnitude of the debt
, or the ability of
. the country to' bear it.
Both of these,parties are trifling with
and endangering the Public' credit.=
One does it; with • the mariant and
traitorous purpose of bringi ig, about na
tional dishonor, repudiation and anarch
y. During 'all the struggle for national
life thatparty labored to cripple the pub
lie defense by dpstroyiug the ' public
credit.' it proclaimed the debt illeal,
declared it'nover would, be paid,' and it
is now devoted to the...same, purpose.—
The other places the publiO credit in,
jeopardy, not with the intention of Ke
cipitating repudiation, :hut ignorantly,
recklessly, with ideas inflated by paper
money until it imagines the national re
sources boundless, and thilt the addition
of one-third or one-half-to the real am
ount of the debt is a matter of no eon
- They who have an earnest and au in
telligent regard for the public faith will
.»ot, large its already enormous debt
nor (ripple i i ts means of pa
T yment.—
he. will keep the currency at its pres
ent volume until the. currency debt is
'paki - off. Fintincial genius, if applied
to this policy instead of to that of enlarg
ing the debt, can offer inducements in
ye way of interest on short bonds, to
be exchanged fortliese currency notes
(it maturity, so that they can be kept
Afloat till they can be redeemed and can
celled. That is the policy of national
honor and of payment. The other is
mali&ous repudiation on one side, and
on the - other a hazardous! expansion ' of
the debt, and a wild exberinient upon
the.enduranee and abili y of, the coun
try. ~ .1' '
and Son.--The diainonsredition of Dick
ens—the happy idea'of Messrs. Ticknor
& Fieldsli - tis excited at abundance L of
- competition: Several
---t _Sher cheap edi
iens-ot_the_greatest et living novelists,
. been commenced by New York
and Philadelphia houses. Bat the dia
mond edition maintains its supremacy,
• both because it was the first in the field,
and because it best fulfils the purpose of
• a cheap, neat and readale r agraap4---at
.atql'i r iliiitrflitit they can be put into
the p cket, taken into the cars, or car
vied it to the country. They are of the
right size to be - perusedon a summer
day under a shady tree—to be read of an,
afternoon on the•breezy perch of a coun:
try-house. The illustrations; 'too, are
fresh - and striking.,-; The type is small.,
but so wonderfully clear, and impressed
upon paper of so soft a tone, that he
whose eyes are injured thereby, must
he already far on the road to blindness.
It is no alight satisfaction, moreover, to
know - that a portion of the proceeds of
ithis edition goes to the author—giving
the reader the Comfortable feeling that
while he is enjoying the writer's mazy
plot and charming style, he is not at the
same time an 'accomplice in a theft.—
" Dombey and Son"
the sixth Vol
of this edition, and
every way equal to its predecessors.—
HarObrt Courant. -
I The cost of.-each volume of the beau
tiful illustrated. Diamond Dickens is on
ly $1.50 ; plain edition, .$1.2.-5. Every
body ought to read Dickens, and eyery
body can afford to own this cheap and
elegant edition. It can be procured of
any bookseller, or will be sent Postpaid
by the Publishers, Ticknor & Fields,
r he grain crop, save corn, has been
,l arvested; and, North 'and South, it
I tqls scarcely ever been equalled. The
corn and potato crops are not likely to
lie exceptions, while the grass crop, the
importance of which, as a general thing
we do not sufficiently apreciate, is very
abundant. And the cotton crop, top, it
is now pretty •certain, will be a good
D. one. So that, all around, we are . about
crowning a year of plenty. It will take
dome mouths yet to realize the effects
of such a thing. But when we Alo it
twill be in the return of financial Pros
, perity, 'the revival of,enterprise and
the restoration of confidence.
Then . will' contentment once more
till the land, ter there will have been
found the - sointion of more .than one
problem of diffiehlty and doubt. We
read that even neW in the great centres
_of business the prospect-of good crops
is exerting it-i benefiting •intluence and
giving a healthy glow to finance and
trade. During ,the past eight inonths
.the country has • traded but little, and
that'little in a safe way. ,
3 will, as a consequence; enter cill
th ew era 'without great debts having
been contracted '•• and there are not
wanting those who derive' front this'
fact a vast amotint of consolation as'. a
fair set off forldl the trials and peiils of
the protracted season of dullness about
. closing. It is fair to presum that the
lessons of recent experience ivill not be
immediately forgotten, butt bn - tood
degree of prudence-will rut for a con
siderable period befor extravagance
and the delirium of speculation again
set in. _
James Armstrong. , died at Williamsport,
on• Tuesday, 13th inst., aged 75 years,—
Judge Arthstrong was for a quarter of a
century. one of the most prominent men
of tlye-,Vest Branch Valley. At. the bar
he hadl no superior in• this section of the
State, and was deemed worthy to occu
py a seat on the Supreme Beneh of.Pen
priktire' airtei - irf r lith he vas ' appointed
the rule to - resent Vro vacancy result-
c 1t the judgr.pc
cilvraftourt—Efed the dn
ties of that exalted position with un
questioned ability and impartiality. He
was a _member of the Presbyterian
church, and as 4 citizen WAS universdl/y
respected.. His death will be lamented
by an extended Circle of relatives resid
ing 'allnlong this valley, and elsewhere
throughout the State; -
The immense standing ar which,
aCcording to the pereocrati papers,
overawed the large State of 1 nuessee
on election day,,nuMbered, l st 1700
men. Tennessee is easily overawed. •
WEDNESDAY, AUG!...23, 1‘867
B. B. STRAIYG, of Weurria
POTTER, of -.0-2411111
C. ,, BAIfLEY; of .Detinth•
i• • ;. - 1 .
•. I . 7pR ,COALMISSIoNEit?
JOB REXFORD, of -.Weßefield;
. .
• POll, JURY
LEROY VABOR, :011sporo;
E. J.,I3OSWORTH ? of
• Judge Shilyito(*cqt ;.eg ,
EXtract from. His Opihion
of Boric vs. TVO
On tho whole, thou, I am or dpi
pr vision of the mita Congress of
1882; declaring the notes issued in
that net in be' money, and
g! This renders it unnecessary, t
•consider the other question which
as to the effect of tho'sPecial ogre:
in lawful silver money of the Un
-I am in favor of entering judgmen
tl6, but as majority of the court ar
era opinion, judgment tor t tho
'C'opied from the Pliiladelphicenge j
1864, where the opinion
full. • 1
it'lnay also be found in tint Leg
of March 18, 1864, page 92.
In tho samo copy of the Ago is t
Spared eulogy of thejudgo and th
which is the following :
- Judgo Suartswoon reasons 4(
tiro case as if he were some lofty
above and out of the contentions
the world."
Will not the heldo'rs of greeloba ,
erntnent bonds consider the judge
dro.tod'abil ciboria) for sorh port hi:
scat oh the Supromq Bench 7
Mr. A. 'WALKER., or elm'
prised and delighted Wis
day, with upward of ;a pot!
pears, pinel“.o from zt. sing
bigger t h an yonr linger klm
long. One spray bore over
pears.. We are tittewiige obi
for• a peel of sweet harvest : 1 1
large. May the shadow of
.),ever grow less.
We kiiew a man who tool great cred
it to himself 00. account c f a fancied,
physical resemblance whit; 1 he bore to
tjae First Napoleon. He vas fond of
posturing in a long surtout, and so good
a counterfeit of the Great Emperor of
the French was he, that those who had
never seen that famous ma i (and that
elast3 included all . who pronounced judg
,ment upon it) were struck I ` l vlith the re
, But the likeness ended there. There
was nothing Napoleonic about the inc
itation, beyondy the form, the posture,
and the traditidtial surtout, •
Mr. 'William A. -Wallace, Chairman
of the Copperhead State Committee,
hag ipi. o r. Q o .--, - A-.-1--.-- --4 - h - - - - . ------- T - •
,or ..E. enns3 Jvania, n ic ~ in form
and garb, reminds _ us of tl'.e American
counterfeit of Boimparte, a pve alluded
to: But it more forcibly r minds us of
the stilted pron ttn ciam n'tos of the
breed of Mexican chiefs ; a l d with the
usual " God and Liberty,'' which clo
ses those Scarlet State papers, Mr. Wal
lace's Address would pass muster in the
Halls of the Montezumas as a first-class
Mexican doCument. He has but tivo
rivals on this Continent—Henry Clapp,
jr., and Mae Arone, of the Brooklyn
Eagle. i
The address is an indictment against
the Republican party, containing fif
teen counts, or allegations, 'which may
be summed up thus:
The itepubliean party, says Mr. Wal
lace, has perpetuated disunion, wrought
hateand discord, broken the Constitu
tion, denied the attribtitesof sovereign
ty, the right of Pennsylvania to regu
late suffrage, made the negro equal to
the white man in all public places, put
the destinies of ten million whites into
the hands oe four million
,blacks, squan
dered •the public funds, increased the
burden of taxation, ruined trade, des
troyed the independence off' the Presi
dent, ribbed the 'people of sovereign,
power, and loosed corruption in every
department of the Government.
We hope the reader has swallowed
the above black draught withotit brea
thing, and so imbibed its entire aroma.
It is aneat arraignment of a patty hol
ding the laboring oar, and evidently by
a lawyer, who und(irstands that in ca
ses where it is difficult to establish the
guilt of an •accused, there should, be a
'multitude of allegations.. The subject
.matter, too, seems familiar as we read;
and, to disarm, or confirm, the growing
suspicion, we .refer to the 'former ) ad
dreSses issued by Mr. Wallace during
his two years of leadership, and /find
this fourth and latest-born*of his tians
cendant genius constitutes the quartet,
being in n i pmber four, and in substance
one and indivisible.
This fact, however, does not much
matter. Mr. Wallace has the copyright
of his utterances, knd may republish as
often as it suits him. The quality, of
his utterances is bad. He Ss a reckless
accuser. Of the whole number of of
fences charged, in his elaborate indict
ment, upon the Republkatt party, Mr.
Wallace cannot establish a single one
without first impeaching the party wi th
which he himself acts and for whose re
turn to power he is now labeling. I B
sides, his appeal comes too late; the
people of Pennsylvania bavetwice con
sidered these charges at the polls, an •
twice havee - they rendered a verdict o
Where was Mr. Wallace that he di
not hear the rendering, of that verdic
in 1865 ?- Where, tit, he did hear tha
of 1866? These chest es were preferrei
by him, substantially, in both years
and upon those issues were both can
palgus made. -We call his at ention t
the fact thp,t the freemen of Pen :Iva
nia did, ip those years, exercise t
soveteiguty without let or hiutlrau
I t.
fro I i COI ti gress or: loe ti era fialiieerS:'" Ite'j
ho d the yeidiet, Atr. Wallace ! '
ow, whr is'it that thwarts'the will
of the sovereign people , --Reptibileans,,':
ork DenfocfAts?,-,:; -- ,Iif 18 6 0 the Republic
ans- elected: Abraham .I,incoln ~Presi-.
dent. i;- r i,y4ic: refup4jd io - twtiniescc in that.
co'a istitutional.,:eleethin , !?!,, ;'l'.lle ,
.. - entire
so thern..wingiff the i Detoocratic party,
ai ed and abetted by such men'as Mr.
illiam A. Wallace, present Chairman
o the Copperhead State Committee,
a d his•colleagUes. - These . aYe-tne men
w: o, and that the party which, endea
v red to nullify the will of the - people
c nstitutionally . expressed. In purse
a wont' this - vicious ;will that4arty ap
aled .to the sword. The }'exult, as
, ell , as ' the priinal -impnik, and . the
c millet of
,the northern
. abettors of the'
r hellion,. isi-written history. - . • •
• We'do mitniidersttniftwhat Mr. Wal
lace .means - hy,oharging that the 11,-e-;
pOblicans Have destroyed the,independ ,
ence,, , of the President. Under the-Con
.stitution the President is'sinaply an
ecutive, charged ,Vvith ,the exectition• of
the Acts of Congress.., We never heard
Of himffs an offieerindependentint the .
co-o'rd !nate - , 11mi - 101es, of .GOVerninent.
We „infer. that Mr.-I-Vallee° believes in
one-man rower,' and, lOgicrilly, - propo-'
SO to abolish' Congress ,altogether. If
this be his meaning,- we cheerfully take
i r
i as an issue between the parties, and
ill do our utmost to get peoPle to
ouounee upon it next October. . ,
Sensational and :Mexicanesclue Mr.
- 1 allace luny be a dull man, - but
1. . - .
• guess not. His attempt to shoulder the
responsibility of the . debt incurred by
the war to reduce his',party , to subject
ion, upon , the RepUblicaps, gejen4ants,
in this case, will fail. . He knows,. and
every man qualified to vote 'knows;
that but fOr the rebellion" of the leaders
of the beinocrritic Party in 1860-61, no
23108 s
in the Cure
ion . 1110 t.lie
ebruats 25t1),
pursonnce of
legfil (eider,
has-1 should
has ficeu
Aftnylit to pay
Rea States.—
for thu plain
: of a differ
23/1 of Feb
• publiAed in
carefully pre
is opinion, in
'urden of public debt would rest upon
tle people to-day, other than that of
$ 00,000,000 bequeatbed ; to us by demo
c '
1.1 .
atic Admin i strations in a time of pro-.
I' and peace. If there be a higher rate
o taxation this year than in 1860, Mr.
Wallace and his party are to be thanked
for it. Upon that the people will pro
nounce in October. ' . .
In and &aides
drit :,itting far
---61.4;16 - of
I rks and qatr
:l (VIM 100 41-
! h)nors as,
lestou, sur
ee cru Mon
e limb, not me feet
sixty large
ged to Lint
Us orchard
In his close Mr. Wallace incites to la
bor. He counsels less talking and more
work. Never.was better advice tender
ed. The orators of that party losevotes
+ery time they open their lips. Their
principles will pot bear discussion. It
cannot be true, as he declares, that the
rineiples of his, party are eternal aid
'ust prevail. We have believed that
t le devil was - under isome sort of sub-
etion to the higher powers ; but if the
rinciples of Wallace and his party are
eternal qhrii3tianity must be a failure,
and the doctrine of Ornnii)ot,ent Good
a fallacy. No ; rather let God be true, ,
and William A. Wallace ani unscrupu
foils politician.
Gallant, Phil. Sheridan has been re
moved from command of the Military
{apartment of Louisiana and Texas,
A.ndrew Johnson having determined,
\ ppdrently, to render himself a stench
a the nostrils of dh true love`k.s of law
nd order. Gen. Sheridan's offence is
bedience to the'laws of Congress.
l iffe
bated by twigsclmses of men,—Cop-
wheads, i and rebels. Since he rode
illant trooper has had no friends in
Copperhead or rebel circles. The most
successful:field:officer in the world, the
wisest military GOvernor in America,
there is no stain' upon his shield no
blot upon his fame.., His remuvall4 in
tended as a blow at Radical Republic
aniSm, bu t t itwiii fall upon the heads of
the Presiden6nd his evil counselors.
Mr.. John Son bad previously entitled
himself to the scorn and contempt of
mankind. This act confirms his title
beyond dispute. If, as it is rumored,
he is about to reorganize .his Cabinet,
dismissing, Seward, Randall Co,, the
ountry need not be 'surprised at any
outrage which he may attempt. It is
well that we have a Congress to defend
the people against' the folly of. this sot.
We invite the apologists "for Excess to
look at this spectacle. Will the people
Aver again commit the destinies of the
republic into the. hands of a drunken
, madman ?
We notice in the Corning Journal - of
,Saturday that the Tioga tt. R. Co., and
the Bbissburg and. Corning R. R. Cd.,
have locked horns again, , mid that both
parties seem 'determined , to fight it mit.
The Journal says that by - the contract
'each party is bound to,permit the tran
sit of trains - over-the road of the'other,
paying at the rate of m) cent per mile
per ton of coal. 4110. entire distance is
41 miles, the Tioga rod haVing 26 miles,
and the R. &C. 13 miles. lii 1865; Mr.
Magee built a mile of track ; to connect
with the N. Y.-& R., ; at Corning,
the Morris Run:,ContCorepany . paying
him 5 ceett4at- ten toll for passing their
coal over mile of road. This
amounted,- to,' about $4O daily, until, the
Ist of January last, when the ',Morris
Run Compri:4, , refused to run-over the
" Corning, lodger, and used the
main track of the Ant. R. Last week
Mr. 'Magee refuSed to permit the Tioga
trains to connect with the Erie track at
the usual poin - Ond four or five loaded
trains are now lying locked in at Corn
ing, not being able to connect with ei
ther road. The Journal says that
contract - seems to sustain the Tioga R.
R. Co., but Mr. Magee contends that
the Tioga Company are obliged by its
terms to use the iiew mile NOM' he has
built, and pay him his toll. The Whole
matter is to go into courts.
Those Copperhead papers in the South
part of the State wpich are publishing
charges of repudiritien of Alegany coun
ty bonds upon J dge Williams, our
candidate for Supr me Judge, are bound
to sustain the 'char es by evidence, or
to abandon them: We said " bound to
sustain or to abanden-the , m," meaning
"in honor round.", As that party dis
cards hono---iR its campaigns it will not
be expected either-4tAistain or to aban
dan the charges. Arid'eftes all we are
not sure that the charges would not at
tract votes from that party to him. It
is the party of repudiation; and intuit'
favor the election,of any, man so charg
ed. On due reflection we guess the lea
ders will withdraw the charge, not be
cause there is riot a word of truth init,
but because it tnay lose votes for Share
wood. •
rfilaiideficivea' a shining, Mark. Its
last and vilest- shot is at Chief, Juitice
Chase, and the slieeteLls that essential
oil of all villainy, Wped. Re,
has started"-a . stort: . ;to , that
Judge ChaSe,::#ll4o:Searetaiy of Ate,
Treasury, posseased,,,,h/Maelf-Of
ten riches to; the amount 470cl,00(I.1 1 -
The World; democratic, brands the
charge, as 4 malicious slander, and Mr.
Chase publishes a letter In which he,
says that he was worth.: about $lOO.OOO
before the war, and would-- hame,takeni
so much In greenbacks
,for his
, e4rt)Ary'
posseasiOnii ;at any, time, .since/Or will
now., Thurlow. Weed is not the man to
accusioany man living of stealing. We
deubt,if he owns ffl . dollar' that ;was not
Stolen from the treasury of ilie'fitatd
Now 'York, or from the General Gov
ernment, in the way of per centage on.
contracts. A more dialionest
old scamp never disgraced, shoe-leather.
The storm of SUnday' week "seems to'
have been ' . wide-spread
_ urid .destructive.;
The, Elmira 'Advertiser says that the
hail did much damage at Horseheads,
Owego, I,nd..Tiega Center,,a ; horSebeing'
kitled in the field at, the latter s
Some , of the hailstones measured two
inches in diaineter.- Sayii 'that the'
damage to grain and fruit was immense.
More than 6000 lights of glass were bro
ken in the work shops of the Erie Road
at Susquehan na: Birds were . ,killed in
great numbers.
The-same paper states 'that a little
danghter'ef - thonmslSloan, of :that City,
Wes run over and fatally Injured by the
Northern Central cars Saturday -week.
Also that fourteen recruits for, tlie U.' S.
Army were picked. up in •that. city on
Friday. -• • .
If, as the Share Wood papers seem . to
hold, no man not tinatiVe of Pennsyl- .
vania ought to hold office in this State,
there will doubtlesS be a great slaugh
ter of the O'Rotirltes, the O'Flahertys
and,the Mc Finnegans at.tbe next mu-)
nicipid• elections in the large cities of
the State. If Ju'dge'Williani, bornin
Connecticut some ;forty-six years, ago,
is thereby disqualified for holding office
•inTennsYlvania, what shall be said for
Patrick ,'O'Flatierty, who turned . his
back upon Ireland six years ago, and is
pui3hed into the chair of alderman by
the Coripeioeracy before the ink onhie
papers is dried ? • Shall we have a dis
quisition upon . Know - Nothingisin
fiom " those Democracy?"
The U. S. Mission at Rome Is abol
ished., Good. Now abolish Rome tis-a
separate government, and let pie world
behold United Italy. The odor of an-,
°lent Rome is less offensive than that
of the Rome present. , The rope can
live there just as well without dirtying
his hands with civil asks, and Victor
Emanuel can then disperse ti:l6rebbers
which infest its suburbis.
The telegraph so' times pits the
cart before t e horse; r s, for instance,
when it says hat a citiken of Bingham
tOn cut his th ton the 19th inst. , be
cause of domestic trouble and ruin. It
shonid have said—because of rum;
which destroyed the peace of the . fam
ily. 1 • ,
. bash, measqu A zamia cooiti tr oct i ...
10 (xi
umph of - the Republican- party in Ten
nessee sent 'the bonds of that State up
five per cent. at once. Wall Street feels
zette says
" One eighteenth of the residents 'of
Alba Boro, were born during the six
months ending Aug. 15th, 1867."
" A rascal fri timed" Preterre, or Custrol,
'who posseskd '.himself of a watch at
Williamsport a short time ago, Was pur
sued by t 6 !Elmira police, but escaped
them and came to Trey, where he cre
ated considerable sympathy at the Troy
House among the boarders by his
ful 13tory, and by his feigned illness. He
stayed several days arid left after aid
had been extended to him. 'Last whi-'
ter his villainies 'were' exposed in, the
Scranton papers." - '
:" The lightning. on Sunday night
lasi, - played 'sonde' curious freaks:—
At (fillet's Station, between Troy and
Elmira it struck the telegraph
and melting the wire into short 'pieces.
It folloWed the wire .nerth 'a hundred,
rods or more and entered the station
setting fire tO,,,the papers hanging, near
the telegraph implements. The fire
had got well under way when some
trackznen alarmed by the report, ran to
the office and put out the fire. I o?urn
ed up two coats, some books and' other
things belonging to the —Char- .
lie ,Riteb."
The :Reporter says : •
"'As Mr. Joseph T. Burbank, of this
place, in company with a young lady,
was approaching the eastern end of the
bridge,' with a horse and- buggy; on
Sunday evening last, the horse became
frightened; and leaping sidewise, upset
the carriage, which tumbled several feet
down the bank into the river. • The oc
cupants of the buggy escaped without
serious injury, hut the horse was drown
ed, and the carriage badly broken."
'`"` A corre§pondent informs us that a
large amount of thine* has been dope
to bridges, crops, &0., along Sugarßun,,
by the recent freshet. The water wins
higher than it has been before in 'thifty
years." ,
Two women claimed one child before,
ii i
Judge Alexander, of . Baltimore, a' few
days since. After - some eviden ,e had
been heard and the ease postpone I, Mts."
Perky asked to have the child ept in
Court.'-- custody, so that she might not l' taken
beyond the Jurisdiction of "the
At this point Judge Alexanderireeted
two chairs to be placed at, one end of
the Court-room. He then requested
Mrs. Perry to take one of the seats, and
Mrs. Ferrell the other. The child, (lit
ring the "hearing, had been-standing
upon the platform at the side of the
Judge.. Judge Alexander then • turned
to.tho child and told it to go to its
.mother. The child started down, and
then turned •, and asked( the
Judge : "Can I go to The mother I
want?" The Judge said, " Yes, child,"
when she sprang forward and threw
herself into the arms .of Mrs. Ferrell,
exclaiming t \
was``This is the mother I want." • She
s received with passionate kisses.—
During these• proceedings the eyes of
the large number of women,as well as
Men present, were directed to the, move, ,
ments of the child, and when.her choice
was made, the women rose to their feet
and gave-vent to their feelings in .ex
clamations of delight. " The •darling
child," says one. " She . knows her
mother," says another. Seim and tearti
,accompanied the demonstration. The
countenances of the men were not
without emotion, and it was sometime
before the quiet of the court-room was-,
. ,
The August statement of the public
debt has been given to the public, and
shows a decrgase of the total. amount
since the Ist of. June, after deducting
the cash balance in the Treasury, of $5,
309,510 98.
. .
' -!- A 10014141101.1141 D - F o nut Elt V.:--1 1 ii 0
iittaburg Post of last Tuesday published
a i article relative to Judge Williams,
crediting:the-sail - le to the i i Salem (Mass.)
,Jou'im al, Radical," wherein the, people
ofTenusylvinati were ridiculed In' - vile.
NritifiOnd j charged with being' "dull,
Duteb, ' WiTl) . lost.allelt usetts and Ver- .
bio t a rit Icale,ilke Thad. •Steveo . - ant!,.
Judge'W , thank ; The object of tlitsVUN,'
tiele in question Was apparent, an?l' the
editors of the Post were too shrod ;'to
give the sourenfrom which they cut it,
knowing it wuld have no, weight. with
anyone' even in its own party, if itw ere
known. The article proves to have
been a coinage of \ he Harri urg Patri
ot and ; Union; that being th snoiner
of the:vilest Copperhead , 'o ilk' in 'the'
State..- The
- Salem Mass." „ _Register,. a
sound radical paper,Ouri ,disposes of
the forgery: ! i , ; c';i . ,' -•-, , l''''
We have. received fro .' Harrisburg,
:Penna., a slip cut from th Patriot and
Union, a Democratic paper f that place,
,dated July 27;,containingwhat purports
to be an "extract from a littufinl organ
at Salem, Massachusetts—the JprTi'ai,"
- 1 --in which Pennsylvania is stigm 'tined
asa "poor, ignorant, stupid, old \ inch
State, '•"now pretty thoroughly; an ,
keeized," 110 it is stated thatiiTh 'dde
us Stevens, a native of Vermont,,and,• a
Mau true to I)is faith, hoidathe political
elements of the State in the hollow , of.
his Thand," ,'&e., &c. The article is
probably the conception of some Cop-,
perhead brain for Political, effect. .Aft
any rate,' there is no - paper called" the
'Journal published in this city, and the
article was never printed in any" Radi-
Ol organ at Salem; Massachusetts," ,so
far as our knowledge extends..
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' TROUEL* 6 4 I.SfoNct THE MoRM oNf3.—
Advices from Utah indicate that an ir
repressible discord has, broken out
Among the paints and that the problem
of Morrrionism will soon solve itself.—
`L ar g e numbers of anti-polygamists
'have left Utah, bound 'fed. Nau voo, Ill.—
Brigham Young is 'being boldly 'de
nounced by , many of his followers, and
the sect is becoming rapidly dernoraliz=
'ed. Two or. hree fiundays ago,. Young,
inn sermon at Cottonwood, denounced
William Howard,' a' distiller, 'who im
mediately rose in • the• audience and
branded Young's statement -as false.—
YOung then ordered Howard put out of
the house, whin, was'done, and subsci
cpiently told his hearers 'to "tear down
Howard's house and distillery, which,
however, they failed to do. A day ,or
two afterward, Howard sent Young a
letter,,delimmling a retrfectipn of
personal statements, or ho would hold
him personally responsible. It is said
Young intends to remove to the newly
' discovered gold mines.
A sad necident occurred an the oth
instant, at .the Philadelphia Mills,
abbut two miles north of LogansVille,
in this county, resulting in the death
Of Jas. B. Mickey, a lad of fifteen sum
mers. From whatwe learn, it appears
that he with an elder brother were Sap
prbaching'd tree that was - being cut
down; and seeing , it-quivering mid bend
ing preparatory to falling, stepped aside
to an apparently secure place. The
tree in its fall brought with it a large
limb 'from an adjoining tree, which de
scended in the IpotE where ie lade was,
striking him on the head, causing in
stant death. The painful tidings was
immediately conveyed to his mother—
a heavy stroke, from which it was fear
ed she would not recover. His remains
were followed to their resting-place on
the day after the occurrence, by a large
number_ of friends and aquaintaiices,
who mourn his untimely and premature
death.—Clinton Republican.
The editor of the Rochester Demo
crat.has been to Auburn prison, and is
publishing an account of what he saw
there: He says:—" One of the convicts
more practiced than any of his fellows,
and who was, looked upon for some time
after his incarceration as hardly compos
mentia, has invented and made a supe
rior sewing machine, entirely different
from any, used in the outer world, upon
which the prison clothes are Made.—
ttctillfridetttlitirra' a rate which made the la
dies stare with astonishment as they
passed by it.
( fe has also made a gun
worth $125, an is now a% work - making
locks of his own Invention for the new
Xew York Evening Post, always con
servative and cautious, and once fa
mous as the friend of Andrew .Thlfiison,
is now in favor of impeaching him. It
"He keeps the country in a turmoil;
ho discourages and disheartens the hon
est and patriotic men in the Southern
States who seek to leaftublic npinion
aright. He purposely and with obstin
acy stands-between the country and
peace: and if he persists in his efforts
to defeat the laws, Congress, as soon as
it meets, will save to impeach and re
move him. By his own fault, that Will'
be the only remedy." '
The editor of the Charleston `Q.)
Christian Advocvle says: "We ac
knowledge our indebtedness to the
'Meagre. Fordhams, for a dish of very
excellent soup. ,W 'narked ,it as in
hide matter, and gave it an early inser
tion. Our contributors can always send
such articles as those without any fear
of their being crowded out, or laid over
till next week.
Alderman 11°01, ofNew t Y k, of
street-eleaning fame, is a hopelessluna
tic at au asylum in that city.,Forl years
'he had strained his nervous syStem to
its utmost tension ; he heeded not the
advice of his physicians; andpoivreas
on has gone forever. It is,due to him
to state that he did not make a fortune
from the public moneys which he dls
'persed.,, ,
The ':Cleaileld County papers . are
.warnik everybody
,against a writing
master calling, himself John W. Steele.
Steelo'was to give a course of writing
lessons, receiving about half the pay at
the third lesson. Ile borrowed a watch
and a tine coat from his landlord; got
pay in advafiee for •teaching; forgot to
pay. his board bill 'and decanq •
The' recent 'election in 'Kentucky, one
of the candidates was charged with hav
ing 'been In the Union army during the
war. As the chargerwai damaging his
prospects-he-published a card ih which.
he positively' denied haiiing had any
thing tin do with the - Union-army. That
is the State in which there - was a great
Democratic victoryithe other day.
A Chicago man, who bad been away
from home for a few weeks, found, on
his return, that during his absence he
hid been:divorced, that hisex-wife was
remarried, and that his property had
been awarded to her, and that she had
adopted A'her child the young man up
on whose fabricated testimony the di
vorce had been awarded.
The. Louisville Journal says : "One
of the graveyard firms of Memphis a few
days,ago purloined Hooffland's thunder
in the following style. The advertise
ment may be seen on the fence on Main
street; between Beal and Linden : '
Use d Order ,
Ifooffland's n your
13terman a Coffins
Batters . , of Hoist & Co.
• Every ational dollar bill is . a mute
antagonist of Judge Sharswood for Judge
of the Supreme Court. He 'declared
our greenhacks td be unconstitutional.
and thus—at a critical • time—did what
he could to strike a blow for - the rebels!
No wonder he Is the Copperhead candi
date. •
Chaplain at the Auburn
(N. YO prison, the other daY,' that 'he
had been Chaplain of the prison for' ten.
•years, rand . that i he firmly believed that
if the sale of intoxicating liquors Could
be stopped; Auburn and Clinton prisons
could be used in five years from now for
agricultural purposes.
Prom the Amazon.
The following letter . froto 4^4'W, Sears, corres
""°" of the ,
Press, explains
itself! :
Pasta, Hearnltnafzu,, * - ,'laly 5, 1867.
',l2prOtnised to give
your Salutifor and Dholeo;!.Drope ; ;U fair trial in
I,biltUlimUto, arid reporttristilte, • I have: bad but
.;onti. - .Chaneolo test.the Siiiiitifer t ithe'subjict being
'mYlandiady viho hid been suffering for years
'wittrvheumationt in the right arm and 'shoulder
and had been treated by the Parasitise faculty
with little relief, except to her _purse.. Three ap
plications to the arm and shoulder with vigorous
rubbing until the skirt started effected a cure—
rathouto ray surprise, for the case was an obsti
nate ono of long standing and the patient was
sixty years of age.
Dysentery and cholera tnorbna of a violent
typo aro common on the Amazon River, and I
used-up nearly threts betties of year cholera - drops
in' gratuitous practice ,without one single fniiiirs,
' although some of the patients could not be kept
in anything like quiet, and others acted like chit
dren about taking the &ego on account of their
pungency. Among the latter was the tragedienne
of the Paraneso Theatre, who Iliad lodgings at
the house where I was staying on the E,lrada do
Sdn Juan, and who was taken in the night with
as violent, ariattaek.of cholera morbus as Lover
remember to bare Witnessed. As she ,
splendid Rachel looking senora it seemed a pity
toles° her, and as abe kept constantly retching
until stip was too weak to stand4u spite, of-ibar•
physician's remedies , I' Ventured to guarantee a
cure in an hour if she would follow directions
implicitly, which she, agreed to do, but proved a
very un-Rachel like human, spirting the med
icine out and whimpering like a child. I sue.
coded, in,,getting her to :mallow :a. ,epoanfut, ; but
she utterlY:refatied thicerld dosi,Und•
mentien ler card utoiteat langthYbecausethe'one
dose \ cured her effectually, and because it was
a ease of unusual suddenness and violence.—
Another severe case was the first officer of the
"Genii 34nkor", who had an attack ~eif dysen,
tory which' , refilled to Yield to"thei medicine chest,
and at the time Z prescribed for him, - was passing
blood at the s ratal of twelve or more evacuations
hourly. The, drops (in largo doses) checked
the disease almost immediately, but he would
insist on' piloting ship under a tropical sun, and
a,dangorous relapse was the result. I gave him
a left handed blessing and. half to bottle of the
drops at ono dose. Y had no prooedont for such
a stunner, but the man could not last long as ho
was, and being a toughs old tar I thought he could
stand it and ho did. -It was [Ceara of the hardest
case of bloody flux that Fever saw. I have not
a rod cent of interest lu these .medicines as you
know but if those riots aro or use to you—use
them. ° L Gso. W. Sean&
Brick ! Brick ! 1 • Brick I 1 ! -
65,000 BRICK, just burned, and in
order, for sale at our, Brick
Yard, opposite tho Certiotery,Wellsboro, Fa.
Aug. 28, 'B7-tf.
, .
Cows for Sale 1
I'2 AiLoil COWS, on tl44ontse for
i ; ii i A lr .
Charleston, Aug. 18, 1887-2 w. _ _ _
Wanted 1
AGOOD YOUNG MAN of some o'xptirienco
Stor,o. . TOLES It BARKER.
Wollaboro, Aug. 2G, 1867-It.,
DISSOLUTIO.—Tho copartnership liereto.
foro oxistink between the subscribers in the
moreantflo business is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, 0, BULLARD,
.Wellsboro, Aug. 28,'a7-3t A. A. TRUMAN.
CAUTION.-IVhcreas, my eon, ELI BALL,
has loft my ' ; bouso. I caution the public
against trusting br harboring him on my account,
as I shall pay tq) debts of bis ,contracting after
tho Ist day of Angust 1867.
, Charloston,A4gulit 28,1867-3 t.
Co-partnership heretofore existing under
the firm of S. Staples_ lc' Son, at Keeneyvile, is
dissolved. The !brtsiness will hereafter ho con
ducted under the name of S. Staples, and the bu
siness of the old firm be settled up by the sub
acribor. S. STAPLES.
Hooneyville, August 2k 1867-3 t.
Farin for Sal©.
AFARM of 1160 acres lying botwoon the old
Delmar road and the Hollow Road, 65
acres Improved al about clear of stumps. An
orchard of 125 fro x,lOB of thorn apple trees, a
story arid a half house, in good order, a 32x44
foot barn, also in good order, and the .usual out
buildings thereon. The timber land, 115 acres, is
valuable, no timber has boon cut off, and the
growth is heavy. The farm is well watered by
numerous springs and there aro three wells; situ
:les Rep:: tv,n4Mnre.-Pin!‘ one mile
.Also—rnree good horses, 4 cows,, 1 lumber
wagon, 1 Democrat wagon, 1 sett of !harness, a
Wood Mower, plows, drags, fanning-mill, and
other farming utensils.
Farm implements, and stock will bo sold to
gether if desired. Apply to
Wellsboro, Pit., Aug. 28, 1867-tf.
The Borough of Wellsboro
IN account with the Burgess and Town Council for
the year ending January 26,4867:
To balafico of indebtedneam from last, account
as per Statement rendered last year.
To abatement on Taxes, vit : ' •
' Engine tax, dup. of '6543 70
do ' do '66..5 76—59 46
Borough tax, dup of '65.. 3 07
do do '66..12 74-16 41
Bounty tax, dnp of '65 —32 75-sss 62
To commission to Col. of 'O5, 1 '
Engine tax, sprc on $390 30-19 In ,
Borough," do 396 30-10 Si 1
' . Bounty tax, 4 pro on 1850 72-74 03-113 05
To credit allowed John A Roy for build-
, .• hag side walk and furnishing glabs
4 for *ugh)." house 29 00
To Disbursera'As-Street & Bridge repairs, , 1 1 • '
; Ain't expended during year. - .. 457 23
~. Ain't paid for now sidewalks... 22 72-479 93
Boro Expensetd—Salarles, &c. 1
' Clerk 2 yre. r $4O,
' Tire Wards Iyr 25.. 65 00
Constablo fees, $l7 98, sundry
expenses,sB 50 •26 46 '
Rent for Poiand lot 6 00
Del of cost iigging well No 0.. 10'00-100 46
' • Town Clock, rep's daring year 38 88
Thomas Rarden—judgm't 010- j
tamped by Lim for =rotten
dizo tuna' bed formerboards 8 63
Tire Engin & Eng Building
current e penses 33 Po
i' Int & cos 4 s on judgment for .
Bond N o 1 ,
77 74-110 83
Pines & LIC)I2IBeS. . 1
Police badges, costs & R,' flues ' 1p 42- 901 84
To total anibun of Debit items
' CONTRA. C.R. '
By Streets and fridge Repairs, '
Am't char :ed . to Mrs Z Wilson and •
Br Packs for building sidewalk... 25 01 cv,
By Fire. Engina and Engine Building,
IWellsboro I iv'n of ions of Tempor
al:WO for , ut of Engine ball
I 0 DO
fly Receipts, viz: . ,
Fines and moles ..''''t:'
. ..:. 28'00 1
" Engine Tax 411 72 f
Borough y x, 1033 50-1473 22
' • 1628 83
Total indobtedn as of tho Borough Jan. 25, 1
nb por the following Amts .& Liabilitiel
Balance) duo to 'citizens for building side
walks 141
8111;800[4's to
ngino howl° not yet ro
Banco duo o
Balance due o
Outstanding o
Balance duo S
sundry N
agiuo b0ndq....1 70
id li em ouuty utt o
ticir.inson, rank, Pound Ibt: '
°yahoo's of tKe Poor 13 60 '
W Roberts, T as'r, balance in his liands224 84
W 11 Smith, C 1.'65, bal duo on Dor° dup '65 02
Jos Williams, 01. ball due on dup 1860...354 2.1
Co Treaa'r, ta. es returned to Ms of 1i 75
Sons of Temp ranee, rent for Lug ball-. 30 00
Mrs Zerviab 1 ilson for sidewalk. 23 73
Dr N Packer f r sidewalk 1 88— 850 08
Indebtedness f Borough Jan 25, 1867
- _
Wo herebyoetrilfy that Wo bavo compared tho forego
ing Statement with, tho Borough acconnta nod find it
A. L. ENSWORTH, }Auditors.
Wellsborj, Aug. 2 j 0, N 171 . 1 14rreliELE''
67: 1 .
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few weeks b • a very simple remedy, after having ant . -
feted for se oral years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread • Ivens° Consumption—is anxious to make
known to h a follow-aufferers the means of, cure.
• To all wit. desire it, ho will send a copy, of the pre
serlption us d (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing a d using the same, which they will Radii
aura cure fo Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. Conga's,
Colds, and all Throat and Lung Affections: The. only
object of the advartiser,in sending the Prescription it
to benefit the afflicted, and spread information whiet
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sufferer will try his remedy, as it will coif 'them noth.
ing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the
prescriptio4, vase, by return mail, will Fleas° address
22may67—ly. Williamsburg, Kin3s Co., N. Y.
A GentleMtin . wbo auffered • for years from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youth
ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering human
ity, send kee to all who need it, the recipe, and direc
tions for Making the simple remedy by which ho. was
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experience can do so by addressing. in perfect confi-,
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Aug. 28, 18641431 v.: - -
• 'l,
DISSOLUTION.—The copartnoship hitherto
existing between M.' Tuelitand'Hoboit B;
'Pochner, at Blossburg, was diesdllteil Juno 10,'
1867. , M. TUCH,
28, 186741 t " i "It. 11; PgCIINEII.: '
BAKE receipt of No Dodor .
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compounds which with careful, using will effectu
ally restore gray hair to its original color, pre
vent premature decay and falling off, and impart
a smell) and glossrappearanee to hair deadened
by, sickness. JNO. D. GALLAGHER, ,
Aug'. 21, 18137-3tno Wilmington, Delaware.
• T." Y. .KELLEY & CO.;
meat Central Depot, No. 30 Vesey Steet,
. Has appointed
SMITH & WAITE, Agents,
For the Sale of their TEAS and COFFERS,
AND have forwarded a stock [which will not
fail to give entire satisfaction to this com
munity both us regards •
Those Teas will bo sold at tbo same prices wo
charge ut our Central bepot in New York. and
those will bo our WHOLESALE. CARUO PRI.
CBS. Families .by purchasing at the Agency
will save from 50 Ms. to Si per pound on their
Torts. besides Wing sure - to got them just aS itn•
ported, pure and unadulterated.
Our Coffees - are selected with great care, and
no finer"grades have ever been introduced into
this market. i All our goods are Warranted to
give entire staisfitctieu.
OOLONG (Black) 70, 80, 90, $1 00 por lb., Best.
MIXED (Green and Black) 70, 80, 90, $1 00,
$llO, $1 25, per lb., Bost. ,
YOUNG IIYSON (Green) SO, 00, $1 00, $1 10,
$1 25, Best.
IMPERIAL (Green) 90, $1 00, $1;25. _
ENGLISH BREAKFAST (Black) SO, 90, $1 00,
sli 10, $1 20, Best.
JAPAN, 90, $1 00, $1 25 per pound.
p UNPOWDE It, $1 25, 51 50Iper pound.
OItOUN.D COFFEES.—We make a specialty
of our Ground CotTei.,s, and they will be found of
superior flavor and six ength. Wo grind none but
such as will stand tlie severest tests in this re
spect. 1:
25 cte., 30 cts., 35 ots., Best 40 cents per pound
We call especial attention to our
soldit 35 cts. per pound, as a reliable and ox
canon Coffee, and guarantee it to give the best
satisfaction. Also to our
Shaitung-lloynne Young Hyson &
Kiangsi Oolong Teas.
These are the ttnest Tens of China, and take
their name* from the districts in which thity are
grown: They are used almost exclusively by the
Imperial Court and High State Oihcers. - We sell
the Young Ilyson at $1 60, and the Oolong at
$1 30 per pound. 21aug07—tf.
ELIAS HORTON, Principal.
IVlns. ADA W. HORTON, Precoptress.
Miss MIRA HORTON, Assistant. • ,
Miss AMANDA DRAKE, Teacher'of Music.
Fall Term commences Sept. 2(1, Winter Tern] Nov
20th, Spring Term Feb. 18th, 1868.
Primary Department
Common English
Higher English
Languages and Higher Mathematics
Instrumental Music, warn—.
Vocal Music,
'Drawing, extra
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Cortlandt Street, N. Y. ' July 17, 1807-Im.
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I $253 78
Aro You Afflicted with a Cough ot a Cold?
Arc the Lima gf Four Children in Jeopardy front Sud
den and Repeated Attacks of- croup? If
so, Purchase a Box of
The People's Most Sure and Vectioal Remedylor
Coughs, Colds, Croup, Catarrh, Asthma, liron.
Dt:ptheria, acid 0/ Pahnonary-Diseases.
THE LUBRICATOR is a medieinal preparation in
the form of a Lozenge, which, of all modes, is the
fliost pleasant and convenient, They contain no dele
terious Ingredient, and are warranted to , be always
e, even for the weakest and most sensitive Stomach.
. 1 " Croup they give tunsni&vz EXLIEF. For Coughs and
Colds they are invaluable. For Catarrh, Asthma and
Etronchitis they have no equal in the market, (vide
Certificates, accompanying each box.) Diptheria, that
dreaded and desolating disease, they control wonder ,
hilly and almost limmullately.
No Public Speaker, Singer or Teacher, should he
without them,as they remove hoarseness atastrongth=
en and clear the voice.
aZ- Always use them in time, and if the symptoms
are severe use very freely.
J. 11. BLADES & CO., Prop'ra,
, Elmira, N.Y.
Price 25 -Cents Per Box.
I.A; The fine lueatioq .fur a store between the
building known as Rots }Book, and 13ullard's
Saloon is now offered fur stile on, peculiar and
favorable terms; inquire at RoriDrpg Store.
J. A. ROY.
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• 4 t cAnn TIT -,'
'Chia Company bog leave to ijifurin the, public
that thry commenced oporatiooo in 185 0, and
their faetory u , 01 4 , covers tour Toros of gr'eUnd,
and has oust more than n•:sni lion dollar 4 and
employe over 700 'oporativea: Thai prodm;n7s p .
001) Watebes a year, and make and Noll nab lets
than one-half of all the'Nrateheei mold in the Uni
ted Sham
The diffetencti,totweim theii manufarturennd
tho Europoan,ls bylost this s European Watches .
aro made almost, ontireli by (rand, and the result
is of necessity a lack dr that uniformity, whloh
is indispensable to correct titan-keeping. Both
the eye and the hand of the most skillful opera-
Live must vary. But it is n fact that, except
watches of thO higher grades, European watches
are the product of tho cheapest labor of Switr.
orient], and the result. is • Abe worthless Aneres,
Bovines and so called Pa tent Le vors--whieh soon
cost more in attempted repairs, than fheir- origi
nal,prico. • Common, , w4liinen, hays anci'vromen,
buy the rough separate ; Paris of ' theselratobos
from various factories, polish end pot them to
gether, and tako,thom to the nearmst.watOt mer
chant, who stamps and engraves thorn with any
name or brand that may he ordered-'.
how llinoilicao. Waichis aro" Made.
The Atuorican Waltham Videls , - is inade by no
such uncertain proceatt —and by no Snell' incchn
potent workmen. All thisLC9ropiipy's oiloration;,
froth the reception-of the raw mater' sto the
completion of the Wateh, tko
_parriod under
ono roof, and under, one skillful :And' don stout
BUt the groat distinguishing ature
of theirrWatehes,le the fact .that their several
parts aro all made by the finest; the, most perfect
and delicate machinery ,. .evet - hrought -to the aid
of huritan industry. Every ono of the more than
a hundred parts of every watch is made by a
machine—that infallibly reproduCes' every suc
ceeding part with the most unvarying accuracy,.
It. was only necessary to make ono perfect watch
of any particular style and then to adjust the
hundred madtittgs necessary to reproduce every
part of that watch, and it follows that every sac
()eliding watch Must be like it.
• The Company respectfully submit their witteh
es on their merits only They They cladm to make
k Etotter iiirtYkie for the Money
by their improved mechanical processes - than can
ho tondo nutlet-the old fashioned handicraft sys.
tem.. They ittantifttettire watches of every grade,
from a good, IoW pried, and substantial article,
itt solid silser hoisting eases, to the , finest chro.
nometor ; and also ladies' watches in plaits gold
or the finest enameled and Jeweled eases; but
the indispensable requisite - of all their watches is
that they shall be 4100 D TIMEKEEPERS. It
should 110,mm:timbered that, except their siuglo
lowest grade unwed " Home Watch Coati:any,
11 ostott - ,' - ' - it LI: 'WATCHES made by them
by a p ‘ pecial ce , ltiGeate, and this warrantee is goad
at all times against tho l Company or ita natal.
July 17, 18 4 4-Itn. 182 itroailaray, N. I'.
We Ulf V+;-41e Florence the following adean
61,67 any and irn So:ing Ma.
Aineg in the World: •
2 '
h ozoktdg foq (12:ifcrent stfichco, the lock, hoot,
doubt.; toep, and double knot, on ono and tho
same maeljinc fi rl • Each stitch being alike on Loth
Rules of tip rave.
veriltilach no has the r 11
cver6ible feed 16i(f)//,
which enables the operator, by simply turning a
thumb screw, , o have the weds run either to the
right or left, t. 4 stay any part of the oct,•
fasten the ens of seatos, without turning the
fabric. • )'',
'Changing It me longth•of stitch, and from one
kind of stitch, ,to anothor,.can readily bd aunt
while the Machine is in motion. 1
The needle ip easily adjusted, and does not skip
It is almost,uoiseless, and can ho used where
quiet is necessary.
Its motions are all positive; there are . no
springs to get out or orau., its elmptletv dis
ables any one to operate it.
'lt does nut require finer thread op the under
than for the upper side, and will sew across the
heaviest seains,,or from ono to more thicknesses
. cloth, 'witlihut ehingo or needle, tension,
breaking thread, dr skipping stitches. -
The Hemmer is easily adjusted and wily turn
any width of hem desired.
No other Machine will do so great a range of
work as the Florence.
It will hem, fell, bind, gatber,braid, quilt, and
gather and sow on a ruffle at the same time. It
has no springs to got out of ceder, and will last
a life time. •
It is fully ptotegted and licensed by Elias
Howe, Jr.. and pur own Letters Patent.
The taking
of the slack thread is not per.
formed by the i regular contraction of a wire coil
or uncertain tip ration of springs, The precision
and accuracy with which the Florence draws the
thread into the cloth is unapproached in any
Sewing Machine hitherto offered in the world.
We furnish: each Machine with " Barnum';
SelfSewor," Which guides the Work itself, and is
of incalculable value, especially to inexperienced
opertitors!`• l -
While possessing the above, and many other
advantages, ilio Florence is sold at- correspond
ing prices with other first-class Machines, and a
careful examination will fully substantiate all
that we have claimed for it, and justify tip asser
tion we now make, that it is the best Sewing Ma
chine in the world. .
... 0 00
.... 8 00
...10 GO
... 1 00
L.. a oo
. 2 00
3 50
Wo warrant ovary Machine to bo all that wo
claim for it, and to givo entire satisfaction, and
•will'givo a written warranty, if required.
A. FOLEY, Agent.
Wellsboro, Aug. 7, 1867.°
aro The latest improvement among tho.pillb.
They are confidently believed to be, the best pills
for family use that have over been made. ..,,They
aro so mild and pleasant in their operation, and
yet so effectual, that it woild (mite impossi
ble to supply -the demand for them were they
more generally known. - The wholo'sterY'Vs told
in the directions which accompany each ; box,
Price 25 Cents. For sale at illoy's Drug Store.
Mill Property' for Sale.
FIE Subscriber on account of failing health
offers Pot sale his Mill Properly at Crooked
Creek; Tioga county, Phi., formerly known the
McClure'lilill. 'Said Mill is now in coniplele
running order, having been lately furnished; with
entire new 113ehin6ry of the most approved — idyls,
and will he schl together with about 24 acres (f
land, on which thgre is a. thrifty young Apple
Orchard and oth fruit trees, Huildiog de., on
favorable terms: qr
Crooked Creek, Tiog Liu., Ca.
' July 1367-3m'.'
TN BANKRTJyTCY..---This is to give notieo:
1, That. on the 4h day of Aug. A. I). 18t 7. o
warrant in Hankr4 , toy was issued against the
estate of Libeous Phillips of Fall Brook, in the
county of 'Toga, and State of Peutett, who' has
been ,adjudge,d n Bankrupt on his, own Petiti?
that the payment of any debts and delivt `on
any property belonging to ouch Bankrupt, to
him pr for his use'and the transfer of any pro
perty by him of.° forbidden by law ; that a Wet
ing ,of the creditors of the said Bankrupt to
prove their debts and to choose one or more As
signuos of astute, will be held at a Court of
Ilaultraptoy, to be holdemat the office of F.
Smith, in Taiga. county of Tioga and State of
Poun'a, before F. E..Smith,Regtstet, on the 2Oth
day of Septhmber, A. D. 1867, at 3 o'clock P. M.
Marlitial Weser] Dist. Pa., as Messenger.
/ IPer DAVID CAMERON, Deputy. '
ZAug: 21, 1867 1- 4 w. •
N BANK.IIUPTCY.—This is to give notioe
I That on the 13th day of Aug. A. D. 1867.
warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against tile
estate of William,H, Baker, of Blossburg, in t"
county of Tinge, and State of Penn'a, who lisp
heA niljodSti e Bankrupt on his own 'Petition;
that the payment of any debts and delivery of
any property belonging to such Bankrupt to him
nr for his use and the transfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law; that a Meeting, of
the creditors of said Bankrupt to prove their
debts. choose one or more Assignees will
be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be hoiden at
the office of P. B. Smith, in 'Negri, county of Tii
oga, and State of PennsyWarria, before' F. F.
Smith, Register, on the 20th day of September,
A. D: 1367, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Marshal West'n Dist. PR., as Messenger.
• Per DAVID CAMERON, Deputy.
August 21, 1867-4 w.
Butter Until Cheege.
EST Maricot Prioe paid.for Butter ar.3
3 Cheese, or slapped for parties at
24ju1y67. : TOLES it EARKEIVS.
goolm .4.a. azgßi_
like hot cakes at
April 1; 1867.