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Let us 'forget the protitise of tp-morrow,
Which, oh, too well, we know iu gloom may - set
Let us forget t d he hope th4t brings but sorrow;
I:4 us torget—ut us forget—f4gei-,
Let us forget the fetters that we bear;
Let us forget the canker and the fret;
Oh s ! let who,wittrtnember,---rernepth'er,
Let ,us forget-;-let us forget I
'>!.e' as forget the friends who hay ceeived ;
Let us forgot the tones that Wirpayegret;
And all thatbattled us nod all tliatgrieved u
; Let us forget 7 -fergit--forget:
Let us forget to-day and yesterday li
Let us forget titto caber dud the fret ;-
- Oh !,let who wi i il,Teracpber--ronemirer,
Let us forget--Jet to.forget! ' •
The baste Campaign.
Within one short week ,the judicial
campaign hi Pennsylvania` bass grOWJI
from ',State to- national proportions.—
Andrew Johnson, the Diabolus of the
nation, has • appeared upon the stage,
and, in the twinkling of an eye, the
scene and issues change. Our struggle
is nolenger one to simplk preserve our
Statejudiciary froth the Clangers which
have more than once before almost in
volved it. and us in ruin and shame. lit
has non it national significance nqd im-;
portance. ~We, the people of atis Com-I
monwealth, must, in the exercisie of nor
duty at the ballot-box, rebuke the,(faitli
less and reckless
.Ilxecutive. Oui• vote
is the only weapon left until Congress
meets again. Itegard for the safety of
our country and for the dignity of the
Presidential office demands that the late
extraordinary and painful proceedings
of our (Nye - blush to write the word)
Chief Magistrate should be promptly,.
sternly, and•meaningly cimdemned.—
The censure of the nation must be pro
nounced in unequivocal language. The
The voice of the people, as of thunder,
must be heard at the polls.
Every vote cast for Sharswood now is
-an endorsement Of the recent Presiden
tial antics so Mortifying, and of
to the pride and"putriotistu of all loyal
and respectable men. There is a fresh
Opulent in the election. It has a new
meaning, a interest? amid new eon
tieti CCM. Friendship for .ltuh.:te Wil
ins or Sharswood, local Motives look-'
ing to the advantage of having a friend
or acquaintance on the Supreme Bench,
even the purity and sankify of ousts!('
judiciary, all into comparative in
significance before the new istie which
is now involved in the verdict of our
•The return - of Judge Sharss‘ c ood will
he accepted at Washingrton, aul !rightly,
as an acgdieseenee in the rece it uncou
stitutidnal usurpations of the President,
.1 inlge- Blaeli, the power .behind the
ro le, the mn ' 1 I l
io pulls the wires at
the Vhite Hoitse, presents :anticorm
met ds Mr. Sharswomßto the'people of
Pennsylvania. tiltalqw be endorsed?
Shall we say to him, `-` We.approve the
unprincipled and desperate use you, in
behalf . ' of the Democratic party, are
making of We - infirmity of the Presi
dent?" Shall we eountenance LllO
machinations that to-day are going ott
in the hotels of Washington against the
country ':All this we de if we elect
Judge Black's candidate for Stlykreme.
Judge. . -..
All-personal and local issues hive now
1.)6 the act of the Demoraey:ettictu
,4lvi,r3 been eliminatee from the contest,
and we are glad of and thankful for it,.
We tight is now squarely on the old is
suesiof the war. No man eau -mistake
• the sieuation:----t 11.. e lines are clearly
drawn. No man can deceive iiinn,el
as to•the meaning and consequence's o
. his-votit. It is the One and gray again
`Those who are not with us are itgains
We expect now, after the events of
the past few days, to see 2), fil i livQte poll
cd in Pennsylvania. / It is not easy,. in
a udicial election, t 'bring out tile vote
lit j the State, but we predict that 1867
will show a ditrercn result. 'The, apa
thy and- lethargy of . a. -local election,
based on local is - sues and to decide loci
qUestions, are gone. The nation is in
.„perit; the old flag has been assailed.—
'An enemy, more dancreyous and treach
erous than that whielFbeleaguered Sum
ter, hold_s:. Washi n A ton, and if \\Tc' mi -3.-
take not; has fired the gun which will
awaket from east, to west,' from north
to sound", , the loyal people of thejand.—
Slow o action, perhaps, and not easily
excited, in time, of danger, the old Com
monwealth has always stood by the flag,
and we do not fimir for her now.
As the critical hour of the conflict
draws near - , we go into actioit bearing
the colors:of the nation, carrying, with
.us the sympathy and prayers of the
whole country, and on an issue stripped
of all adventitious and sectional incl.
• dents. Could we ask for more': The
candidates and the office sink out of
sight when we remember-that we are
fighting over again the question of G et
-tysburg„And that with us move the ho
ly armies of-our dead. It is Williams
and Sharswood JO ck-143amer, but the na=
tion. Did our tieltet bear the names of
Sheridan and Tolinson, the issues be
tweenius could not be mare antagonistic
or xno e directly presented.—Press. -
INSTINCT WITHOUT BRAINS.---Long
ago :it was ascertained by naturalists
that worms and insects are without a
brain, and Set they pursue a course of
activity which bears so much upon the
domain of reason we are accustomed to
say they act from instinct, which is no
explanation at all of phenomena in the
higher orders of organic life•which have
their origin'in the brain. If that organ
is severely injured, so that its normal
functions are no longer performed, con--
seiousuess and orderly manifestations
of its influence are interrupted or sus
But the insect world swarm's with be
ings f the most delieatd, construction,
without hearts and Without brains,
Avhoso movements and habits, independ=
ent QM thousands of contingencies to
which & they are' exposed; prove in the
most satisfactory manner that their acts
are near iipproaeh to the elements; of a
reasoning faculty, if they do not, nll;
eate reason itself.
When, by accident, a thread of spi
der' web is broken, the little weavers .x
-• amines the misfortune with/ extreme
care, and, by taking different /positions,
• surveys the damage, and then procecdt,
artistically to repair it by splicing:or in
serting an entire new cord.
- Again, when a wandering fly becomes
entangled in the net, the motions ale
• proaelt - of the owner of the trap, lying
patiently near by for game, indicates
• calculation in regaryt to the character
and strength of tilt/ victim. Does it
- not strangely reseuble reason when all
its movements, miller such an aspect of
allairs,-shoW beyond a doubt the' spider
considers( the Matter in all is relatio.ns
before venturit iT to seize the prey ? And
yet spiders" ar without a brain.
A very nie question here very nat
. urallY sugg .is itself, which learned ex
- pounders o physiological laws are re
spectfully requested to explain. But,
puzzling is this may be toanswer—how
there ca be thoughts and even an ex
ercise q the kind of judgment employi
- ed by he spider in mending its web—
there are other subjects for philosophi
cal r.flection quite as difficult to solve
in le domain hf vitality. By what
,pr eess do infusorial and microscopic
il sects conduct their affairs, which
gem also to be the result of something
more than mere instinct, in their extra
ordinary exhibitions of themselves?
" Would you like tnlook at the moon'?
asked a "professor," who had stationed
his-spy-glass at the street corner, of an
Emeraider. "To tho divii wfd ye ;
would I he afther givin' ye a dime to
look at the moon t v id ono eye, whin I
kin sec It wid my two and not cos!, me
a tint ?"
A' ." PIIMADELPIIIA lawyer" gives
the following definition of law and equi
ty : "At common law you are done for
at once : at equity you are not 8o easily
(118po8ed of. One is prussic acid and the
other is laudanum."
• A.- PARSONS & CO.,
eyr, 6,57N0 OUT L4LE
DIAIER DRESS'- GOODS 1
order to sell out - the balttnpo of our Su - miner
took, to make roorf li,r - '
W FALL ( Cr
the subsoribers have macie'tfie following
Bes Crown Ortmadines from.. na to U 1 ete.
Figured Whito Alpacas from. - 09 tto 50 "'
" •• from.. 44 to :ill I•
[lest Buff Marseilles from.. 873 . to 624 "
:)renadino Shawls $6 Ott to f 5 00
•-• 500 to 4 _
3 75 to 6 :I 00
250 to 200
2go to 150
And many other artielei id d i umity ea& roduc
:ions. Our Stock of Staple (foods wu aru keep
:ng full of bargains, selling
_Prints, good fast colored, at 123; cents,
Brawn Sheetingsc good width, 12/ cents,
Bleached Muslins, " 18 cents.
Tiekin - g, Denims ? Stripse, Cheeks, Cottinades,
ke., equally cheap. Our entire Steh..letilf,agc.s
lower prices than at any time during the last f!vo
years. .1. A. PARSONS CO.
Corning, N. Y., July 24, 1887.
Stoves & Tin Ware
FOR V I LE MILLION
oPPOSITE R01"5 DUILDING,
Is now prepared to furnish /he public with
onythin g in his lino of bitsines. iii 01Hantity "s
lrgo, in quality Its good, nniNts cheap in prieo
is any dealers in N.irtifprn Penntstrania.
Ito pnys partiettlar al tentionde the
STOVE AND Thy IVii -BUSINESS
end intend to het.), as. , orthien I ofevorytiiing
Tik. WARE MADE Sri ORDER,
womptly,and warrinteil to givel,:ttiFraetion.
e:reelited in the. bt , FI mann : or and with 11i.-pal e)
CALL AND•SFE ME
I). P. ROBERTS
Wolkhormigh', Mareit 7, 18641.
I/O if ERA It Y 110 EN I* o ll - till
THE CAYIJ A FF,
AlowEß k I:TAPER, is unsl4tittlly th`o
hest Maehine iti the world, :Oak TWEN
'l.l . ONE 'IIIIOUSANI .11 thez , o Maatitice h u it,g
new in u,e. It always taken the tirf:t y tirewium
at Fairs and Exhibitions.
I havo the solo Agency for this region, and
can fill all orders promptly. I ate also
the sale of
famed for its /iglft and even draft, and fin doing
fast and good work. This Mariano wia pay for
iteelf in the eaving of waga paid to mowers by
any largo fanner in one s oa s on.
b. P. ROBERTS.
' Wellsborn, Tune 21',..1867--if.
To the Farmers of Tioga Comity
WOOD'S PIIIXE MOWER ,t; UOMBLVED
"MO WER it REAPER,
ANUFACTUR!) at floosie
_Falls, N. Y.,
for bale to all who Tay want a g‘iorl retie.-
These machines are well known throughout the
county, as being, the best in use, and has taken
the premium oor all other competitors. W e
shall keep an a. sortnient of
JOINTED BAB, MACHINES, -
which have lately been put into tIFC. Also of
the stiff, bar. A good assortment of the guards
and other fixtures constantly on hand. - Price of
jointed bar machines, $.llO. Cheaper than they
have ever before been offered to filo public.
PIMPLE & SiITtII ALT., Agetlo..
WOlsbovi, July 3, 1867 -if.
F-OU T Z'S
HMO and Cattle Powders.
TER II EAVES,
C 111 i G ti,
'I'E A ER. FE
OF A ITE
11 , e itupimei tikk
Nit 41, ItTerveg
IL 11l t 1 .
trai,:rorrns l It O
'lto ri fin,
In all diseast.-r-t.f•SwilAZ, Sllell :13 CCIVIOIS, 1 1 1(!ers in
, r „
the LoinirLis'er, .' ~
~„.4/r. ; :"..---- . r 4 '
- ,• , • 4,::
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nets as a t.pteill .. "Ar ca , ,:0 . ; 4 4 Aki' s - !...'‘' '
By patting 1,4, a Er f ; - :•-,N , ,!;:1ij5,,,.... ,. ,
( i t t1,.., , ,;* -..:::, „,.:
barrel a r
•wi II tb :
.. ~1141-,..-: ,, ..4 ,. i . 71 - 7.;- •_ii'* , -- - - - : . - . - E
above eligenqi s " 4..;, -7, l
will beerwlicate , l 1 4 0 . -.— - _,,,..L.. --.—,_r
be entirely piTwzniNl , ri , gl-en In lira'''. a eertkin
preventive and e,... - , r,.. 0... I 1, , .; .0.,1 , . ,
Price 2- Coat.; per I'. • ,.
r tun , A i , ..1 -
E ..:1. VOlT'ir:,'!", .'-‘,..
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tfIiOLESA LE Dili fi .4. v:i ~ . irli, r ; %I; 1:E11/1.
No. 116 Franl7l;il Sk•,„ ,7 l - -.. i`i . ....r:-"p, '7 'll,
l roc 9a.1e.b.... lirwf.:i ~... ... t .:
rthit the United S.t.tt.:i.
DAVID E:FOu'fz, 811ccessor,
l '•For sato by JobniA. Roy, Weilsboro
TAR. PITCH'S ABDOMINAL SUPPORT
ERS,.", for calo at Roy'q Drug Store.
JOl3 -WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE, a - nd
with despatch, a t THE AGITATOR Oflico.
A =RICAN WATCHES in 'Hunting Silver
Cases from $27.511 up at , ' FCLEXI3.
• sALL 00039,
at a groat bargain at U. 13: KELLY'S
April A, 18137.
T AWES' SETS from $1.50 to S3O; at
decl U FOLEY'S
itali anti favorably
onzbly I einvigorate
In ob. ott n and
low-spirited lions C 9,
by rtrenfr, 01(.1111)g
anti cleansing the
vi °mach and intes.
It 1.3 a sure pre•
if flu di
ri il itol
rat i ; itk%
i.tpl ~ tv
bl the mill:. It linty
Let tt Nutt fl ln• ac
tual ex petitnott, to
inete:sse the 'tituitt
tity of mitt anal
vu , .tto ttt oily Per
e. ut and ',take the
bullet Tom 111111
rw vet, In f tttanfuq
un du. it Rives them
flu a prytite, burr
114J1 , t 11,C111 MN% e;
AT Til PEOPLE'S -STORE
, ARE NOW ItECEIVINU A
FRESH SPOOK OF GOODS
- Adapted to the
and are prepared to supply the tvutt/d of the
IT I 1 /1
OUR LONG EXPERIENCE
has blight us that
, GOOD si GOODS
give the Lon satiefeetion;and those accustomed
/ to putrolaivo us know that we. •
KEEP THE BEST GOODS
thnt nre to be found in this' section, and those
1 who are not our Krems ore the losers
quite ns Ilitll4l fIY We 1110. I
W arp as nsual
LARGE S OCK 'OCK OF CLOTHS
to sell by the yant.or
MADE UP TO ORDER AND WARP
RANTED 'l'o FIT
, , 1
OUR STOCK WILL BE KEPT FULL
rind all. Ouods sold by us
- Warranted to give Satisfaction,
A 14 11
Sold as Low as at .any other Estab
lishment. Alin d that. .
Wo invite an examination of our Stack and
Prires,*plodging ourrolveß to
cIoODS FITE:ELY ANT) 'TAKE NO
wilcu uo r,ilo is mude\
Corning, N. Y Apr. 0, 1867
NEW ARRANGEMENT !
i,lson & Van Valkenburg
Have eetahliebea themselves at
NO. q, UNION BLOCK,
lately occupied by P. B. Bunnell
They: are now receiving n lard E tock of
If, part, such as
Clothe, Cassimeres, Vealugs,
Cloths, and a large variety of
'Ladies' Dress Goods.
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
DON'T FORGET THE 'LACE
To buy cheap, and a choice lot of
. • i
We are Agents•for Singer's Sewing Machines,
the hest and cheapest Kachine• for family use,
less liable to get out of repair. and ,more duralde
than any other, adapted to fine or dears° Fewing.
Call and see thorn.
The Senior partner hes lied a /arts experience
in Merchant Tailoring, and it is the intention of
the n ew firm to;Pot this branch of their business
beyond successful competition.
Wend oro, Feb.2o, 1867-th 7
P. It. WILLIAMS &
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PA PENT MED
ICINES; PAINTS; OILS, WIN
DOYV 'OtASS; t, PUTTY, ' '
Have come down to Old Prices at last.
WE do iof hoitituto to buy tltal wo Ittivu
Lin - gest Stock of
U 1? _E EIVGLLS'II
YANKEE' ' NOTIONS,
FANCY . ..ARTICLES, TOILET SOAP,
CLOTH, HAIR, TOOTH & NAIL
WINES A LIQUORS, &C.,.
EVER BROUGHT INTO THIS MARKET.
W(3 have also the Largebt Stock of
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS AND PUTTY,
Puro White lend, Pure White Zinc, Linseed
Oil; Coach Varnish, Furniture Varnish, Vol
low Ochre, Venetian Rod, Chrome Yel
low, Chrome Green, Prussian Muo,
Patent Dryer, Lacher, Japan,
Spanish Whiting, Paris White, Ralsotnine, Rosin
Tar, Log Wood, FUBtie, Brazil Wood, tam
wood, Redwood, Potash, 'Patty, Moo ,
eohol, Bonzele. Spirits Turpentine,
and Kerosene Oil, Paint anti
• Varnish Brushes,
Which we will sail 25 per cent. cheaper than any
other establishment in the county. In Alert, we
have every thing over kept in a first class
and all we ask is for you to call awl examine our
stock and prices before buying elsewhere. Re.
member we can't, be undersold.
-All goods warranted Or no sale.
P. IL P. R W ILLIAMS A Oo
J. L. WILLIAMS. J Na. 3 Union Block.
Welleboro, .lolio 26, 11367. IL.
Stoves: Stoves ::
A ND HARDWARE!
MR. WILLIAM ROBERTS begs to
.1-T. announce to 'the citizens of `Tioga County,
that In addition to bis excellent stock of Staves,
Tin-Ware, Brittania, and Sheet-Iron Ware, he
has, at n grant outlay, stook'ed his store on
MAIII STREET, WELLSBORO,
with a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articled:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X OUT,
MILL, IIAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
IHTT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS, •
WOOD SCREWS, 'CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
' . . TIC
SPRINGS; . HORSE' SHOOS, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PISTOL CARTRIDGES, •
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing Our stock
of Hardware. • •
• We Invite the public to call and examine for
thelmsolves. We aim to keep the beet quality of
goods In our line; and all work to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM ROBERTS.
WeMoro, Sept. , 1888—tf.
MUSIC ! MUSIC.—The Tioga Cornet Band
is now in good blowing order and prepared
to furnish good Music, on all' occasions for a rea
All' communications should be addressed to
the Leader and Secretary at Tioga, Pa.
F. 11. ADAMS, Leader.
T. A. WICKHAM, Soe'y.
April 3,1887-6 m.
ITO BUY SELL IS OUR
4,1 BUSINESS !
Mrk will buy at tbo, bigbont market price,
Vic the following articiles. •
SHEEP PELT S, DEACON SKINS,
DEER SKINS, FURS, RIDES,
AND VEAL SKINS,
JO Which aro will pay cash.
We will manufacture to order, French or home
tanned CALF Or RIP BOOTS, in the beat man
ner and t fair rates, and pay especial attention
to REPA RING
liven a 4rat-rato aioak of
,on ushieh we.will not be uudursolii, nod front this
time wa.shall make it a point to keep up the beet
stook of . , , •
to be found in the county, which we ,will sell at
a lower profit than such articles have ever bean
offered in this region.
We shalt likewise keep up a, good assortment
LADIES' BALMORALS,' LEATH ER
• BOOTEES, CHILDREN'S Arm
MISSES WORK or VA
, and all styles of ifENT, WORK.
LEATHER ice FINDINGS
oaa be bought of us as cheap as anywhere this
side of New York, and we shall keep a full stdck
FRENCH CALF, 'FRENCH KIP, UP
PER," SOLE, LININGS, AND
Our stock Of PEGS, NAILS, THREAD, AWLS,
RASPS, GLOVERS' NEEDLES, LA S T'S,'
TREES, CRIMPS,: add' SHOEMAKER'S'
TOOLS and FINDINGS, will ho found the lar
gest in the county, and 'we sell for small profits.
We talk business and we mean business. We
have been in this region long enough to be well
known—let those who know us try us. Corner
of Main and Oraften streets,'oppo ite Win. Rob
erts' Hardware Store, - C. W. EARS,
OEO, . DERBY.
Wollsboro, April 24, 1881—tf. .. ,
NEW 61 OOD S AND N i W PRICES
T. A. WICKHAM'S,
ITAVINfi just returned from Now York with
NeW and earofutly selected
STOCK . OF GOODS,
Ail those irk want of Goods wtti find it to their
interest to call and
EXAMINE OUR STOCK
and loath Prices befFre buying elsovehero.
Kept constantly on hand, a ohoico lot of
DRIED FRUIT, GROCERIES, FLOUR,
PORK; &C., &O
All tbo above Goods are bought at the lowes
Cash Prices and will be sold
ONLY roa CASH on READY PAY
Don't forget all place, at the old stand of
VAN NAME a WlOKliAllf.
Tioga,, Pa., Fob. 20, 1867-tf.
WELLSBORO FOUNDRY AND
THE subscribers having procured additional
machinery aro now ready to furnish to order
all sorts of
PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, FIELD
ROLLERS, MILL GEARING,
SLEIGUISHOES, W 0 0 D -
WO 111140 AlBO A
for custom and job work, We are also prepared
SLITTING & SCROLL S 4 WING
Having a first-class screw-cutting Lathe, we
aro prepared to make
CHEESE PRESS SURE WS
to order. Builders of Cheese Factories are re.
quested to examine our work. We ruseufaoturo
one of the tlneet implements in the market.
Oath paid for OLD IRON.
CHARLES Imm - ins,
P. L. BEARS.
Welleboro, May 15,1807—tf.
1867, WRIGHT & BAILEY, 1867,
WV. °eminence this year with an exclusively
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT I
CASH PAID FOR OATS I
CASH PAID FOR CRN I
CASH FOR EVERYTHING I 1
A LARGE STOCK OF FLOUR FOR
A LARGE STOOK OF FEED FOR
A LARGE STOOK OF PORE FOR
Call and see us. WRIGHT & BAILEY
WeDebar°, Jan. 9,1887-1 y:
All persons indebted to us by note or book
account met call and settle or pay costs.
Jan. 3, 18874 WRIGHT & BAILEY.
A FEW MORE PIECES
'of those substantial Sheetings and air/lags a
• April 1, /8137: C. B. BELLrd.
P lOU Bohemian Glaris Vases, at
, deol9 FOLEY'S
YOU will find
the latest arrival of New Goods a • KELLY'S
April 1, 1867.
E. & IL T. ANTIIONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of •Photographic Materials,
ViOLVIALE AND EMIL Y -
501 BP.OADWAy, N. Y.
in addition to our Main business of Photo , 4apliie
Materials We aro' Headquarters for the fOlovvi fx, vi
Stereoscopes & Stereoieopit Vie a,
Of American and Poreiin Cities and Lanctki apes,
Orono. Statuary, etc.
Stereoscopic Virus of the War
- From negatives made in the various s itinpaigns and
forming a complete PhotographleAlstory of the great
;Stereoscopic Vienis on Mass..
Adaptod roi either Magic Lanterns or tho Stereoscope,
Our Oatslokuo bo sent to any address on receipt
Photographic Album. \
We mauufacture more largely thou any other house,
about 200 varieties from 60 cents to 00 eaeb. Our
ALBUMS havo the reputation of being superior in
beauty and durability to apothem
Card Photographs of Genera* States-
MOO; Actors. etc., etc.
Our Catalogno embraces over FITE TIIOITBAND
different subjects, including reproductions of the most
colebratod Engravings, Paint ings, Statztoa, etc. tsta.
logues sent 4,11 receipt of stamp,
Photographers and Ohms ordering goods C.O. D.,
will please romit 25 per cont. of the amount with their
order. Tho pricbs and quality of our goods cannot fail
to satisfy. lan. 2,1867-om.
WAKE NOTION,—On receipt of One Dollar
by mall Lorin send reclaims for ptel tiring
oomponnds which with careful using will efleclu.
ally restore gray hair to its original color, pro
'vent premature decoy and falling off, and impart
a smooth and glossy appearance to hair deadened
by sickness. JNO, D. GALLAGHER,
Aug. 21, 1867-3 mo Wilmington, Delaware.
1866.- FOR SALE. 1866.
B. C. WICKHAM,
A T lIIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND.
NAMENTAL TREES; IN TIO(14
.6%000 Apple -Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A gcod supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and OR MENTAL TREES A SHRUBBERY.
The Bruit trees are composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in bearing. Any one wishing to get a supply
will do well to call and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. OS- Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
, Tioga, Fob. 28, 1888-Iy*
',LATIt3T FASHIONS DEMAND
J. W. BRADLEY'S Celebrated Patent
(OR DODBLE. SPRINO)
S K. I R T .
TFay will not bond or break like the single spring,
but will preserve their perfect and graceful elope
en three or four ordinary skirts will have been thrown
aside as useless. The hoops are covered with double and
twisted thread, end the bottom rods aro not only don
ble springs, but twice (or &Mille) covered; preventing
them from wearing out when dragging down stoops,
The wonderfull flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic
Skirt, will be experienced particularly in all crowded
assemblies, operas, carriages, railroad cars, church pews,
armchairs, for promenade and house dress, as the skirt
can be folded when in use to occupy a small place as
easily and conveniently ass silt: dr muslin dress, Qh in
valuable quality in crinoline, not found in any single
A lady having enjoyed -the pleasurb, comfort and
great convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic steel
spring skirt fora single day, will never aftefwards will.
ingly dispense with their use. For children, Misses and
young ladle. they are superior to all others.
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all ladies,
and is nglversally recommended by the fashion maga
sines, as the standard skirt of the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advantages in
crinoline, viz; superior quality, porihet manufacture,
slylish shape and finish. flexibility, durability., comfort
and economy, inquire for J. W. Bradley's Duplex Ellipl
tic ,or double spring skirt, and be sure you get the gen
OAUTION.—To guard against imposition, he particu
lar to notice that Aids offered as."doplex" havo the
red i.nk stamp, viz: " J. W. Bradley'', Duplex hiliptic
Steel Springs," upon the waistband—none others are
genuine. Also notice that every hoop will admit a pin
balk passed through the center, thus revealing the
two (or double) springs braided together thg}ein, Which
is the secret of. their flexibility and strength, and a com
bination not to be fould in any other skirt,
In otoroi whore iirot ease AMOR are oald
throughout tho tutted States and elsewhere. Manu
factured by tho sole owners of the patent,
WESTS, & CARY,
JulyB,3co. 97 Chambers &79& 8i Reads Ma, N.Y.
Popular Dry Goods Trade
T HE Subscriber is now, receiving his
Among which will ha found many of tho Moat
popular Stylea of
SHAWLS . , CLOAKINGS & SACKINGS,
at prices that aro worthy of attention
Alan. a fall line off
PRINTS, GINGHAMS. BROWN AND
BLEACH'D MUSLINS, PICKINGS,
DENIMS, STRIPE ' SHIRT
INGS, TABLE LINENS,
BROWN & BLEACHED,
NAPKINS, TOWELINGS, LACE 1p ND
EMBROIDERED WINDOW CUI
VAININGS, EMBOSSED AND
PRINTED TABLE AND
PIANO SPREADS, '
r Special attention is called to His
CLOTHING & TAILORING vE
Where a perfeot fit is guaranteed or noleale
A share of the public aitronage i# respectfully
solicited. THOMAS HARDEN.
Wellsboto, May 14,
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, MANS
FIELD, TIOGA COUNTY, PA.
.7 . .A.0t714T'Z.,
F. A. Allen, Prinolpal, Professor of Natural
and Mental SOlenco.
I. T. STREIT, A. M., Profossor of Languages.
CHARLES H. VERRILL, A. Af., Professor of
Mae. L. M. PETERSELIA, Modern Languages
Mims SUE E. CONARD„ B. E., Engh. Branches.
Mita. MARY 3. RUMS, 13. E.. Principal orthe
1.. G. HOYT, Professor of Vocal and Instrumen-
tal Mnsio. -
Miss ALICE B. SEELEY,. Assistant Instruotor
SCHOOL YEAR 1887-8.
First Term begins September 4, 1867,
Second term begins Dpeemb'r 9 a
Third term begins March 28, 1868:
EXPENSES PER TERM OF•14 WEEKS.
Fall and Spring Term, including board,
room rent, tuition, book rent, fuel, is
oil, and washing, $6O 00
Winter Term, 64 00
Day Students, tuition and book rent, 10 00
Total expellees for school year
No extra charges. Booms furnished with
stoves, chairs, tables, stands, pails, bedsteads,
mattresses, pillows, and ono comforlablo. For
further information send for Catalogue.
Ang. 7, 1867, 6w. Address, Principal.
GET TEE BEST.
TRE 111,0DOET PREMIUM HARPOON
HORSE FORK ahead of nil others In
market; when tested with other Forks it,nover
fails-to give A deoided preference. Bo sure and
examine ,before buying others.
All orders should be addressed to either J. R.
WEEKS, WM. CHAMBERLAIN, J. H. CAMP
BELL',.or O. L. PECK,••
Nelson, Vega County, Pa.
July, 3,1867-3 m..
New Spring t. Goods
just received at
April 1, 1867.
WHOLBS # B STORE.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI-
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
Bola at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested
to call and get quotations before goin'g further
C. B. KELLEY'S
HADDEUS D'AVIDS 1 INKS, CIONOEN-
TRATED MEDICINES, CIN-
CINNATI WINES AND
CINES; PETROLEUM OIL,
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
AND. DYE t COLORS,
W. D. TERBELL & .CO.
Corning, IC Y., Jan. 1, 1887-lU`
CENTRE OF ATTRACTION .TS' AT
C. S. MATHER CO
Would announce to the good people of Tioga
County that they.have just returned from Now
York with their second full stock of
FALL Et WINTER GOODS,
embracing all the novelties as well as the sub
DRESS GOODS in all varieties, STAPLE
& FANCY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,.
& BEST 'FRENCH WOVE COR
SETS, GLOVES AND 110
SIERY, YANKEE NO
TIONS; &c., &c.
FURS! FURS! I
MINK, CONY; and Siberian AS'q . nitre
The largest Stock of
CLOTHS tt; CASSIMERES'in the count
READY MADE CLOTHING, and
CLOTHING made to order super
intended by first class tow kmen.
SHOP MADE BOOTS & SHOES in out ,
. Jess ivriely, HATS & CAPS
to suit all
GROCERIES, &C., &C.
Our goods hare been bought• during the lost
panic in New York and wilt ho sold at pilule
Prices nro down, monopoly' broken up. No
other store can or dare compete with us 'in qual
.ity and price. For further particulars call at the
C. S. MATIIEIt A; CO
Lnwroncoville, Dec. 19, 1888
---- ) _Shairmaker, Turner, and
/ Furniture Dealer.
SALE ROOM, opposite Dartt's Wagon Shop
Main Street. FACTORY in Sears & Wit
llama Foundry, second story.
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaran
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
iVellaboro, Jnne 12, 1867. J. STICKLIN.
Tioga Zarb e Works,
THE undersigned are - now prepared to exe
cute all orders for Tomb &emu and Montt
moats of either
•ITALIAN Olt RUTLAND A ARBLE,
of the latest style and approved Ikulanahip.
and with dispatch:
iire'keep constantly on hand b th kinds of
Marble and will be able to suit nil ho may fa
vor us with thoiF orders, on as reasonable te'rms
ai can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look ne good as now.
WILCOX dr WHITNEY,
.Tioga, May 22, 1867—tf.
To , the Farmers of Tioga, County
AM notr.buildini at my manufactory, in Lawrence
vffle, a superior
which possesses tPe following advantages over al I o tiler
1. It separates oats, rat litter. and foul seeds, an
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flaxseed, takes out sellm seed, and a
other seeds, perfectly.
, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It dOcs all other separating required of a
TlllB mill la built of the best and most durable tim
bar, in good atyle,and is 804 cheap tor cash, or pro
Twill fa a patent i 3 Iwo, for sepaiating oats from
wheat, to other mills, on reasonable terms.
J. II MATHER,
Lacnormsvlllo,octant 10, 1808-ti
. WELLS= & LATHHOP,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
BELTING, SAWS, CUTLERY,
AGRICULTURAL liIPLEMENTS, •
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLES, .4c.•
Corning, L Y:, Jan. 2, 1887-Iy.
PNEWELL, DENTIST, ItIANSFIELD, Pa.,
. grateful for the 'very liberal patronage
heretofore received, will continuo so as to per
form an dental operations, as to merit the rapi is ,
increasing professional demands now engag d. All operations in all departments of the prof s
sion executed in the best possible manner. All
now, useful inventions and improvements adopt
ed. The highest good of ltis'patrons the ultima
tum of his ambition. Dec. 5, 'O6-tf
R AOY'S cnoLiF,R DROPS
CURES CHRONIC DIARRHEA,
CURES all Bowel Complaints, hot does not
cure anything else. This medicine is no
cure-all: it has the confidence of every body,
for It is never known to : it should be kept
on hand by every family. Sold by dealers in
medicine at fifty cents per bottle. For side in
Wellsborough nt Roy's Drug Store. •
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.—J. B. Shahs
pear, dealer in 'Booker Brother and
Haines it Brothers pianos, Mason & Hamlin cab-.
loot organs, Trent, Linsey & Co. melodeons, and
the B. Shoningor melodeons. Room over J. R.
Boweri's store. Sept. 12, 1866.
Fl.Ollll FROM CHOICE WHITE WHEAT,
buckwheat flour, corn meal and feed,,alwaYs
on hand. Call at the Charleston Mill before buy
ing your dour and feed. I can make it an•objeot
for you to buy.
CHOICE LOT OF GRAIN BAGS for enla
cheap ! at 'WRIGHT S: BAILEY'S.
Wollaboro, Jane 5, 1867,
ALENDER, French, Marine and Church
Olooka, at [doe.l9]' FOLEY'S.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
• ERIE RAILWAY .•
Qn Itivi allot Monday, A ugint 2Ct 1861, tralnnlwiil
eavoCorninglif nboot flio following boort:
12:28 n. tu., k:xprenn St:iii.sllll.i4y4 excepted. for Butt::
to, Salamanca, laud Thaddeit, couroctihg with trains
for Mu Weht.
6:41 hi Night Kxprebs,Surl4)6 exceptol, for llutltilo,
tiAlitutatiett, and OonLirk, malting direct connection
with t,'airi of the Atinutie & Oreut Western, Labe
Shure,audorandTtuuk Itatiamy a, tor an pointy I'Ve4
7:07 a. to.,Night Expe;mB, Daily, for Bo inito,P t in i n ia) , (a.
littuldrh'und the bolt:M . lk; 118 848v8.
7:15 a. in., Nip:lit Ex itru4;l4, Sun excepted, fm
cuter and littindo, via Avon.
10:32 IL :11ai1Trairi,Sundayn oxeopte.), for ll u iLi o
and Dual:itk,conuectingat Ebulnt for Canandaigua.
2:10 p. ut. Baltimore Express, Sundays excephid, ha
ltocliester and Buffalo, via Avon,
7:03 p. m.. Day Exproan, Sundays excepted', far Tfutrah-,
Salaam arn, HMO; a n d the West, connecting of
Binghamton tar racese; at Owego for Hienert; nt
Elmira tOr Calialainigna: at :+alaillahlai With the At•
!untie:4w! eat 11 . c%tet !Hallway; a 4 Buffalo with
the Lake Shore an 4 llr.tSStit Trunk liallwayn, and at
k w ith the Liktx F.ltote Runway, fur' all petals
weal and sou •
7;10 p Pay Ex pt a, :itusdaya excepted, for itoeheTh
12.0 p m Way Freight, Salltla)a excepted.
6:40 p. hi., Emigrant train, Daily, fur thc• Wet.t
12:18•, m., isfigrit Express. (tally, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Grayrourt for Warwick, and at New
York lett): afternoon train: mot istramera for lioatmt
and Nhw Y. nglarol Cities.
,1:I8 a, in., t.:l ad ana ti Expropq, 'Mondays exceibted, con
netting. at Elmira for Hart ishurg, Philadelphia i,hd
the South; ,at °mpg& fur Ithaca; at Ainglunaili.s
Syracnsu; al Great Bowl for Scranton, l'hllnd,l
- and Treittun; atLaokan•axeu for flawlci, gad at
Oraycourt for NOV burg *Hid Warwick.
1015 a to Accommodation Train doily, connecting .it
ti; Elmira tor Canandaigua.
10:58 a, m, Day Expresi Sundays excepted, connect hi
at Elmira for Canandaigua, at litioßlutratutt fur 4ta•
'elm, at °rent Bond for Ecrnntnn, at Leek:ram:con I. r
ar. ley,and at .leracy City with midnight ht.ph
rain of Now Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia,
inure and Wablilligt on .
:12 p. tn. Itaftimers Express, Sundays excppied,
.4:35 p. m., New York and Baltimore Mail. Slttlatt3 8 ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira fon litirrisloir g h pim a _
delphia, end Bimini.
7.07 p to tightultig Expreee, ,Snaday3 excepted, Cu,,.
necting at Jersey City with nturneng exprees (Lain at
New Jersey Itallrocul,for Ilaltlmere nail Waillagtou,
andott New York with morning expruys trains (or
Becton and the East.
12:30 0. la, Way k t eight, Sanda.ieTexceptol,
GYM. 11. /1.
Getil Vasg. Agent. Goal sup't
TRAINS FOR THE NORTH.
Trains for Canandagula leave Elmira as follows t,
Accomotlation at 7 co a .
Express t fastest train on road] • 11 45 aa,
Mail ' , Glii pin
Wny Freight, j'passenger coach Mint/mill : 7ja ~ 1 ,,
On and atter April 241 th, ltiCT, train a NV ill] . life tin 4
depart front Tt oy, us follows; i i -
SIOVIN4 saIUTII. '. I I.IOVINfI tapn '
Express G 46 pin Emehe 1050 atu
Ehnita hail 550 ain Elmira Alai' 053 pm
Local Freight. 1.0 po aln i Local Freight 335 pm
Through Freight 9 Lb p In 1 Through Freight 2 00 a in
E. S. BROWN,l.ne.Sup't.
• ___ , .
Blossburg & Corning, & Tioga R. R
'Plains %till run as follow until further flatten: t
Accommodation—Leaves Illobsburg at 0,60 n, in., Ham ,
field at 7,36, Titiga at 8,20, Lawrkta:acilla at 9,45_
arriving at Corning at 10,20 a. M.
Inil—Leaves Dlossburg at 2,35 p. m., Mansfield ut 3,2 L,
Tioga at 4,14 Lawirnceville, at 4,57- 2 firrfelas• at
Coining at t p. in.
Mail—Leaves Corning at S a. inLivivrenreripe
Tioga at 10,02, Mansfield nt 10 ; 10.—arrh int! at 1310;i
burg at 11,30 a. in, '
ACeollllllotiativll---LVIIVIS Cnt ring at 4,50 p. m, 1.3 w.
renc4.‘,lllt. at.5,r,13, Tiogn at 7.02, Mantliell at 7P—
artiVillg nt itios.tnirg at p. m., •
L. U. SHATTUCK, Sup 't •
Philaaolphia & Erie R. It
oihs on IL(' I'Mladelphio Sr Erie linil Road mai rut,
IS' EST IVA RI)
Mail Train i , :treN Philikdylph .
•• .• `• t....
Erio Express Ical es l'hilatlelpiirrt
• •• i I liamspor t.
air, ut Etie
•• " Williamsport
, " t • at Ltitt,
t:4ress leaves italtimple
Mail Train leaven Eric
''. . '• 11 il lianispoi t
‘• •• arr. at Philadelphi.z.
lit i,• Expre,, 'Nivea Erie . 5 Inl I. Ili .
.. 'Williamsport 4.3 . I.
."' 11 T. at Philadelphia I 10) V 111
Elmira Alai! eaves Lock Haven7.l4 a In
••• - Will latohpot t_ 6.a", a t,..
. it T. at Philadelphia . f.. 40 pto
Lock Mir l ii Acc - In lea% vet 1..4; 11aveti........ 1.00 p in
~ .- •• leartet IVilliatorpoi t :;,00 pni
" f RI r. at Pliihiik/phia 12.50 ala
A. L. Trim, arcrel Supt
Atlantic and Great Western It W.
SALAMANCA STATION. - (
—0.30 Exptess " tlO
—0,35 Mall 552
.184.108.40.206 Accommodation, 1145
.11.00 I Express t 10
At Cory theta is a junction V ith the l'h)lnililplil.l kr:
Erie, and eil CI cek Rail Roads. •
At Meadville N',it h Ow Fratikliii amid Oil CO and
Pillatle lhatueli. .
At L'ettvlttstairgo the Mahottiny L'ranch makes n di
sect route to Cleveland. At avenna contact: , 1k ith
Cleveland and Pitishargh Rail orl.
The lived leaees ihreegh kroh, Ashland, tialtan.
Marlon, Urbana and Doyle. t, 1 tterrecting various rail
roads, and termluateti in C toi l nazi. ' - '
, L.., D. KUCK lilt, it. Supt., elvillr,, , , PA.
tut 11E Subscriber will sell or rout the
velliabic-property, to wit:
One tavern 'eland in Lawrenceville.
One farm, on which lie now resides, .nielialf
mile froze' three churches, two School llouies;
two frog stop, and ono railroad, and about the
Paine distance froze the lino of thd Wellsbaro sad
Lawrenceville Railroad. The farm containsU
iieres of good land, 50 acres timbered, well via- $
lured, and very productive. It requires that the
eed should be sowed and' planted. howerts, to
nsuro a harvest.. '
Onit farm in stitekebn township, 175 acres; a
first-rate place for a choodo fadtory.
Also—for sale-4 mules, 75 sheep, and other
stock, cheap on reasonable terms.. ,
i M. S. t I3ALDWIN.
Lawrence, Apr. 17, 1807—ff.
Planing , 86 Turning.
LTAVIZ,I49 got his now Factory in operation.
1 - 11 is now prepared to fill orders for Cabinet
prornptly and in the best style e' wort:marg.
ship. Having procured a
Jie is ready to dross boards or plank With dispatch
SCROLLAVORK & BRACKETS,
furnishod, to order. flii machines are of the nea
est-and most improved patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Wahl Sts, WELLS,
Oct. 31, 18118—tr.
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HAND POWER LOOM.
A 1.1. parsons interested in tho introduction
machinery into our count!)'
requested to inveetigato the merits of
HEATI4RSON'S HAND POIVER LOOM,
This 'ma i n will do all kinds of hand TVC2III3k!.
if will weave jeans, blankets, plain cloth, sati
net, kerscy, Ilannol, seaudoss sack, ilwahlo width
blankets, or any kind of cote . * wool or 113%
cloth. It trends tho treadles, throws the s huttle,
lots off the web, ainbtakes up the cloth. It nudes
the upper shed as tlie . -7,ltittowcomes forward, awl
boats up the filling •after the cross is made, ma
king beticr cloth and bettor.scivago than L• 315
made ill any othoT way.
Looms made to order and wittranted, AtiplY
at the shop ,sm Water Street, sign "Local
Factory." LEWIS WET,IIO/ 1) ;.
Wollsbero, parch 20, 1887—tf.
ag now kind,of I s ninp r lierosr.e
-1.4 no broako of ohimnoy—ntfo FOLEV P.
Northern Central IL R.
at . at' Lock Haven
I , ,ASTIV Alt IL
E. T. VAN HORN,
D. T. VAN BORN
. 4.98 p 11
12 90 n,ai
. 9 4un LI
. b tv a to
11:2As p nl
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