The Tioga County agitator. (Wellsboro, Tioga County, Pa.) 1865-1871, March 11, 1868, Image 4

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    STANZAS ON JOHNSON
copistiotrO,
When Andrew Johnson stooped to treason,
Men fannd,too;lattfhe'dciuld betray ;
71hat charm ism give the ore nre reason,
Or wash his bosom's stain way ?
•
•
Tb.e:propor'oontse forlim to fo -
And hide his shame from every eye,
Is either to resign_ all_hollovr,
Or wring his bosom Well, and die. • -
EIII
CurOwrphmi 4bout-Froat".
. .
,_
' One -morning' iri October'
I found all
-the tdintitoTand pumpkin vines used up
and killed by frost, Wit the bean vines,
the potatoes andthe cabbages in my
garden xverelti' fine-. order_ still. Three,
weeksaftei the frost eanio' again, and
not finding any more tomatoes and
pumpkins, he laid hold.pu , my,pole
beans and My potatoes. :They becanie
black and died as if strangled. An old
fernier said, that this, frost that killed
ItliepotatoeS wat3a,",real, black frost."
''.lolal'-' Said', "black frost and white
frost—:do they eilet- mix r :-, _.
. " You watch and you'll see the differ
enee,".said the pid farmer._ , , .. . -
And - 1 t'egai) to watch: :The cabbage
in lily garden Was not killed yet. The
chickens have a wonderful good time,
pipping , off' the edges-of the big, tough
leaves. - Well, I watched 'to see what
the frost would do next. One laorn
ingTnoticed that the bridges and the
board walks-were white as snow, but
the dirt roads, gravel walks, and atone
Ridewalks couldi not show.a single speck
,of frost. And I-saw that theie was no
' frost on or near the spikes . in the board
'alk, but weropots Instead, ,, '
Yet I reniember, , bn one winter day
bout noon „when things' were thawing
a-little ' :that the board walks - all - dried
pill icav ing a .spot of frost pii ea Ch 6pl ke,
and all the stone walks and dirt , road:.
were cold and hard as ;ever With ',lino*
add ieel'gveij fall the, iioards, beebei - p
, frosty, While'the apikes,and stones are
Warm' . and •wet. Every spring the
boards are• warm and -wet, while the
spikes and stones ;are. frosty 1 Funny
frost! . , • , ...
:One day the good woman. , w,ho. ; tocike
for' inside some doughnuts, .some
folkafcall them — fried caltes,.,(they are
good no matter :What you call .them,)
and when she_ bad done frying them
she set the, hot lard out at the door,: by
theside of a , basin' .of .water, to :cool.
The lard .and the water both froze solid
that night, :and the next morning I saw
that - thefrost had 'made a hollow in' the
lard and - a 'huinp in the water. frozen
.lard; shrinks, frozen waterswells Fun
ny. frost I ;how you d 0.., And out hi ;4
barn on a beam, I bacrone bottle With
castor mil in it, to ol I my carriage wb ePlk
mica* with neatsfoot for my harness,
and,another , bottle. half• full; of. water,
They all froze-up so/id,.one cold 'night,
and the-water-bottle spilt,- hut the oth
ers did not:
Off the coast ,of • 'Newfoundland and
Nova Scotia, sailors often meet with ice
bergs a hundreteet the
books -say that t ere is nearly .much
Ice under water as there is aboVe...
When I went skating on our canal, the
luelay all of it on top of the water, and
none of that I. saw was under-"water at
all. And Yet ; When.' break off a piece
of ice, and:put it in a pitcher of water,
it floats just like an .iceberg, • six times
as tanch under water as there _is above
- -
it. -
~
An Indian was found, dead, by ,the
. ,
roadside, cmOvery cold rhornlug,...with
an dainty itni* bottle beside ;him: He
was frozen :stiff.- The--wise Indians
came and examined to find s what had
killedhim. They deckled "that' there
hatrbeen too much water in his rum,
and the water ' had - frozen hard and
killed him. Rum never freezes, but
men with rum in them freeze more
easily than other men who drink . water
only. Queer, funny= frost again. -'
i
These are only a few - f the curious
things that frost has set me 40 think of.'
If any one of the reade s can exlain
All these curious thinz: they will be
wiser than some ProfesS rs in our eol
/eges. And Professors": re, the wisest
people I know. of.--[Tho,maks K Beecher,
inWittle Corporal. , 1, ..
Nino Bridals at the saine house in ono
• night—an -Incident. • :
. .
~
There, ,was nine bridal parties: at - the
Philips - House,. Dyton, on Christmas
eve... Apropos o t f this Net: ."It was
emi ' ight---It might have been, a few
nuteS later-:-w tide the inmates of the
h tea were by the voice of one
in distress: It was hot a `lsubdued sob
bing." nor yet a"hearty crying," but
it was the style of 'lamentation usually
denominated heart broken., and'.indal
ged in only by aids° who are over
whelmed t)y . sorrow which savors .Of
despair! We . '. will not undertake. to
give our readrs the faintest description
of the situation, at that hour, in the
hall.of the "Philips," where.a erowd of
hastily dressed persons. were gathered,
apprehensive that fsoarething dreadful
.hlad happened—:murder, it might be:—
right in their, midst. They all very
naturally fell', back on the landlord;
and Mr. Reibold-was seat for, brought
to the scene, and,besought to verify their
wildest fears or dissipate rfieni. This
brought Mr. 1t..t0 the threshold of the
room in, which, at 'an early hear the'
previous night, the most juvenile coup
le of the weddiugers AVere deposited. A
demand for admission,r*ivedpo other
recounitinn than a fresh outburat of the
wailing' which had filled the 'people' of
the house with the most terrible appre-.
hensions. . The demand for admittance
was enforced with more vigor . of tone,.
and was accompanied by an , intimation'
that It:WaS not unlikely the door would
be forced if not unfastened'. ' Then the
door slowly opened, and • the landlord
quickly slipped into the - aponitig,, and .
'the door closed I' Theye was no. scream,
as - some feared there . would be. Even
the lanientatioris.lowered Into a kind
of conversational sob, not unlike the
granting of a hog while crunching Corn.
Thitm It few momeuts utter silencepre
vailed—could if be the silence of death!
And this condition was becoMing pain
ful, when the landlord reappeared,. and
the wailing Waaresumed., 'What can
be the,matter ?erwas the general excla
mation; as the landlord emerged from
the door. ."Why, the fact Is," said It,,
confusedly, "the bridegroom is la very
young man ;• he has - never been (from
home before; the thought that ho le,
among etrangerOyfills him with uncoti
trallable grief; and, like a calf that has
been penned up:for the' first time, he'
is bawling forhis Mother 1 Tbatis all!",
—Dayton ( 0.) Journal. • .
AtTromaTolisSome , wonderful ac
counts are handed doWn of mechanism
so constructed as. to resemble animals;
and even huthan 'beings in' flguro,'"and
imitate their actions., , „
Archytas, tif Tarentum, abont 400
years before the Christi an.Em,A s said to
have made si'woOden pigeon that could
fly. Albertus- .31,agnus constructed, an
automaton to•open the ter ' when any
11W
0 linootted, .The .c bride& Regiot
ro.ontanue. made a wootien . = eagle •that:
Sect forth ,from the - thy, : - stiluted -the
emperor and returned. He also con
structed an iron "fly which flew out of
hia'i hand and returned, - after'- flying
about the room. In 1738, an automaton
flute player was exhibited at Paris that
could play i the flute in the Same manner
as a living performer.' In 1841 Vaucan
son produced.a flageolet-player, - which
piayedAthe.flageolet with the left hand
and beat the tambourine with the right.
He also made a duck,_ which dabbled in,
the water, swath, drank; and quacked
likea — real - duck: ' A," Frenchman ox,
hibited a duck a few - years ago 'which
went'
,through :the same
,me,ements.
Autortiatons , have be a 'c "nstrindted
whietvrwrote,;played an the pianoforte;
counted; 4.0. - • • •
During the present century; a 'Ei+ikiiii
narnedlilailitrdes, made ti figure repre
eenting a female,/ which'„ pert.orracd - 18
t
ti ztl,
neo
sn Abe biano; -and continued .In
m kid an'hour: He also made anether,
figu e, representing a boy, that "Could
write and draw. ~..
to es: Stoves::
=I
AII D WA IIDWARE:
R! 'VALLIANT t"ege to
announoa to the eiti2en9 of Ti 13,141 County,
that In addition to, tiielexeollent melt of Stoves,
Tiu-Wrirei Drittania,: atid • Slieot-Jron Ware, Le
;;Las, giezifcutlery, stocked Ws store on`
.1;11 .7- ,.: - A
MAII,i STREET, WELLSBORO,
El
with a cumplate - lisaortme of if ahalt ilardwarp,
of which we enumerate the renewing articles
NAILS,
A SPIIIES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
-AUCK , SATS,
BUTTS,' BThAI , fitslits,
CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
'''• "-*•• 'PUMPS; AXES,'
'AUGERS,
BITTS,
Bl'l7-STOOKS, 04.1;011ETS,
SITVELS, A.PADF,S, FORKS,
BENOILSCREWS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
• BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
TREESi4ELLIP-
SPRINIOS, 11.0 R 5E SIIOES, 1100 P, BAR
, • & BANb•moN, agiNDS:CONE
lIANOII\GS,• CORN ••
POPPERS,
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND SMITHS'
COMBINED:. p t soLs,
• PISTOL CARTRIDGES,
- • POW,I)ER AND
CAPS.
PATENT 13A1V11))001 IiANGINGS
•
a as' s? . thing, and miicto for use:" These are but
few of the many
_articles complains
~o.ur stock
of I Etta ' •
o Invite the public to,call and examine for
o • •
themselves. Met aim to konp,tho,best. quality of
goods in our rine Ind till work - to order done
promptly.and.vell.:. WILLIAM ROBERTS.
Welleboro, , Sppt. L,l366—ti
vet 30.1
N0.,212 I I -1 ARPER'S,MAGAZINE, •
- The plan of tho eir.ohidas ei
rind Polemics. It includes everything pertain.'
ing to Literature, art, industry, Popular science,
/pstbeties, and social life. "The IVoman's King
dom: a Love story," by the author - of John Hat
ifax, Gontlerdera ispauminenceillin the January
Number. Tour Dollars a year. -
Pot;. 19 i ll
iIIaARPE TVS NVErk'LY.
..
A Record oflbJ-Titues,- -.Notking-,pertajatng
to civiliaation;is It yondits siope. The organ of
ne•party.oe cligne;lit dishussis all-qtiestions-ot
)
portios and social soonomy. A novel by Wilkie
Col ins, author of "The Woman in White," will
be ommoneed in the first January number. $4
per annum, weekly. Splendidly illustrated. i
VoLt7dit
l• /
This is td bo a a Journal f a the florae. It will
treat of everything perkaining to Ijome Rife. It
will furnlsh_the latest fashiens in 73r0ax . ;a301 orn
ament; detioribe tbe amusements and exereises
adapted tor in doors and out-of doors , will eon.
tain stories; sketches, and 'poem& , I üblished
weakly, with profuse illustrationi, at per an
l".,-.Bor any a tbe s ablvti
dress, with the eatilt:' "
'HARPER cf: t3lt OTHE
PR ANKLIH'S4VARE, NEW'Y RE.
Or' Tho liont 'to ono ad
dross for $10: any two of thorn tor $7.40
Doo. 25, 1807-2 m
NEW HARDWARE ,ATORE
CONYERS & OSGOOD
TN addition to their 91(1,imeineag in Dry Goods,
oroco'digqto.;taViiostitblialled
STOVE, TIN, AND GENERAL HARD
WARE STORE, '
.
two b w ore b.lo etand;/ whefe theymatt
12facture
TIN-WARE
MI
iriUMANITY .
that the most sulnitantial ►Wanner. In the
matter of
I Al
‘.."""
•• • • • ;
wo have etiongh'to do'hilliqinuoking and warm
ing in 71oga, Comity. r to fadt." - We' have Stoves
enough to MAKE A SUMMER in
We . sro tho onlylegenta for th e'snlo d 'the
, • •: .1:11;
AMERICAN' COOK STOVE
in Weilabore; and this Stove is the
AUTOCRAT OF.. novEs.• ===
We keep all kinds of Harileiarii - ftle i tt,
Steel, Hone Shoes, and a complete variety of
SHELF HARDWARE.
- -
If yo? dr'tkeilrf.4 l ;pitOPr/.Bf. "
CONVERS .4. OSGOOD.
WeHaber°, Sept. 4, 1887, ly.
Elmira ' Saw 'Mama
Case and Zara Cast Steel Patent Taper arauna
•
• Circular . Saws.
MILL.,I4IIII•AbIs - GA ~01108 S-OUT;
CLEAItING. 800T11 AtIirOTHER
r.:
SCIIIEFFiILIN. Jr.,- is authorised to
sell at Factory Prices in
'Orders for repairing, &c., left with Mi,Sablef
felin qii bp .attepde4 '
" ea
,propptly as if loft at
the Shouts:OW: -
ANDREWS k MANAGE*
Sept. 18,1801.-V.
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Mg=
TIC
I
BAZAR,
t Fon
TUE DAZAR, , j 1868
()I -ILIE
WALRUSSIA
, _t •, lit ,
SAWS.
31 - 2,951 ArolV'PloVuulli
'OIIIII ,tiall/1 -1:) 'eomee:
-.mod .103 elipar puu ou!cuur.a puu Hue eeuem
.uonoodiulaueq ll6a soap,/ puu epooo . ,ano: .
•aolinnUnp meg' o;tuAw.filli exivloost uslqi POu',
:illulmo t iciprApuct 86. Q i4e.ao:UaSituhipir eitut Oa
teCfeepnipue veaulauq evietplug eqi ul euquea
1 esti ue.) A'aq Suu .ecqqoupi
tulea Sep u uLue,sou q ul y tutu . ; euutd ave .
Alifa y 'eve email mugs aecuaug, S.,tena .eLue
loj demi .pliqo.qua .0 'fl Sq pewelud
ME
`IIRINVId -NllO3
OEM
; r_ • - . _ :,1364!icropp
p.morn.vog" jo - ttootiivre 94) 111!
/I
3kllllUll
=INS
jc; - o2JUI..A*.tuAI u gusiy,
CM
fit
' 140111 (1011 Zivg
`b1.011.1 aou9 -,asuou
- snot! Atatta; pt[oo
of 9$ , Ow.unti Jod SIIVS
r 1 s•f_i 0 °'•
• oArri7ssiokr
`a7g - rzsgmvAr
'w2 , 119 0/oqmom uo aona vAltu,
%azimut] 4,41 N '9
l!MIMM!I
"3 1 1 '31:111M-NI1 `3IIVM-SSIIIO
4 sa - AoLLS
"dH I VAA.GITVH
UM
T apoL 2uguct 6q Ouluaa/ed e2,?.‘q u peas pnv
• -
sgairiggg tio_eila
._..,,, 4 ~,:,_., ...::,,:...
NEW SPAING .:60 . 01 ti:
ZT. °C'O RIVING
•r‘, •
A r i T PEO StroitE
WE ARE NQW'
FRESH STOCK 'OF GOODS
iltro
SPRINGI: : - NRADE' s :
and - are prqpnynti tp aupply,- ( the. Inputs the
' 4." in - ' - ' '
NO TIiERIv
,PPONSY.4V4iNIA
,1:;WITS.
DR 11 - 4101)„,
MI
1 1 OUR LONG EXPERIENCE
,-.G:0,0 D'\ A 3160 D'S ,H;
. • ;
give the beet satietaetion, and . titose acoustomed
to patronize ue know that we
KEEP _THE BEST GOODS
hat are to be found in this section, and those
who are not our patrons-are the inset"
quite as, raise!? is -we are. • -
We keep "e . 9e4A
it, • -
LARGE STOOKOF ~,0j;OT•148fi?
MADE DP , WAR
RANTED TO FIT. •
•
OUR STOCK WILL BE KEPT,,FULL
and all Goods sold by ua
Nil
=anted 16 '.
Satisfaction,
give
tor3r.
to ji
Sold as :1,0w,a5, 0 , E ‘ iny opier,„,Estatt,..
Mind ihai.
:41T-!;`,
We invite an eiLtatrlktre,ll6fZenr Sleek and
PEloos, pledging oureolvel to
Ell! OW 090DgtIPZE.E A ITE NO
erhen eide Is made.
SMITH & WAITE.
ithealag, N.Y., Apr. 10, 1807.
inammions
.1 t%i
Si ..,
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OM
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(puthitaq) •s aria, majaila
's!SIIIL mai.laa
d O ,
MB
=
ME
Mil
_ "I _
112:10
, ,
'r ; i . t
tAgifia co t6B
ila
lEEI
has taught us that
PE
to eon by the yard or
b
~'i~(f ''r -. ~i'
lIIMMcI
MINI
P. It. WILLIAMS & CO.
c ~' li'
SEMPER IDEM,
. ;-•., • .
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PATENT MED
ICINES, pAINTS, OILS, WIN
' DOW' r ,GLASSAG' POTTY •
. .
Hare come down to Old Prices abut.
he . Sittii‘ h:; the
Largest Stock of
RE
.ENGLISI3 - DRUGS
PITHNT MEDIfINES,
NOTIONS'
,
FANCY AR= TOILET SOAP,
'1 . 00111•41 , NAIL
tRUSIIES, MIRROItS, '
=II
!, V . IINES _ - 0,:, WORSi,:lgo
EVER• BROUGH' INTO ;THIS MARKET.
‘79 11m/elle° the , Largovt,stock of
PAINT . A.I t4A$S', AND,
,PUTTY,
•
Piiie White Lead, Pure White Zino, Linseed
• -Oil. Catlett Varniekl-Furniture Varnish, Yel
low OaltiNTerietian Red,
Clitatne; Green; Pruesiati Blue;
Patent Dryer, Laeker, Japan,
Spanish Whitifig, Paris Wiiite,lsonsine, Resin,
Tar, ;Bog wood, nuatie, , lßrazil lirorl; Cam
wood, Redwood, Potash, Putty, Also
• colloi, Benzoic, Spirits Turpentitii4 . -
' Iteidio4O - Pitirit 'and '
- Vaniish Brushes',
• ,
, • ,
Which we'ivtli sell 26" pcii tei/t o . cheaper:, y,twitt
other esteblishtrie3ii in the ‘edupty. • Ili, short, yte
heve-every ,
e . ftia4 class
DRUB STORE,
, •
- and all we ask irfor to and examine out
stook and prices before baying elsewhere. Re
momber we can't be undersold.
All goodp warrantad or, nomale.
P. R..WiLpi t tuo, 1 , P. R WILLIAMS & Co.
J. rerA4 l _irlitt , u4. No. S Union Block.
IVBllettpr'o t , Jun8•26,:1887.
FARMERS' .EXCHANGE:
C, ti{-, VAN VALRLVBIIRG, ft BRO.
EieIIANCIE for Farmproduce and:Cash, on
the prine!ple,t4t, , reyen, qxehange is no
tobbtry:r 1
PORK, HAMS, SHOULDERS, WII?TE
FISH, MACKEREL, CODFISH,
SMOKED 'HALIEUT,
FLOUR, CORN mgAL 3 BUCKWHEAT
011.1311
_ -
PLOT:My -FRED,-.4.9- 40.,
; I v
We haie no ambition to get rich faster than
our neighbor! who are equally industrious; nor
are we desirous of running all creation that we
may have more to eat, drink, wear, and
To Lay By for a Rainy Day.
at. 1'
,
i
As al evicterioeithatiwit (lea; 9017 end flqprO•
/3 , with put elm omoko,lw4 polo to t tie fiat that
our rhnioCoupt nilhad eleadil 14 apeit .from
the Mt; andll othl4eitolOowieon)llerahl,k , tar
.
HARD TIMES OR NO HARD TIMES
• We pay CASH for PRODUCE, and keep up
with the market prices.,
TOWNSEND'S OLD STAND,
JJAIN STREET, IVELLSR ORO, PER:Ef.4,
Sept, 1,
• r. •
NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS
- ; :~T~ ;y ~I~C~~A ;.; : PA..
WICKHAM Lt PARR, having taken advan
tage of the late decline in the market,
have received '
, their (stack had; are prepared to
faratah these la *ant of • ' ' '
`Goods
At the lowest cash rates. The stock consists of a
general ae4ortmont of
DAY GOODS,
' 1 AND YANKEE NOTiONS;
flats & C,aps Boots & Shoes,
I
PORK, FLOUR, SUGAR,' TEAS, . i
And many other in-Boles too numerous t, men
tion:— We woold - say - to Martha - Us; Fritine s; sad
all others in want .of.,PORK .or BAR
RBLS;cItUTTER, RuncrNs AND TUB', that
theican-find them in any quantity, wholesale or
retail at our store. 3 ,Thls:work.is all nett
tra ittquallty,, - ;jastl numufaetured here at the
lettetect,4"
tt, • WICKHAM:a RAHR.C - r -
Vora Doo.ll# A 46 lo
•
- • Cleaning Se wing. Machines.
undersigned hereby netlike owners of
AL Sowing Machines tkuit'h.? Preßarod to
*limn an put enokantebines' , lo goo 4 order on'
call. • He 4106 is agent (or the ." potent , tucker,".
wttiOli anti he usOd on say '• r
,- • , „ JOHN SSIAIeSkAIiE.
:Welle b oisi - SePt.' , l;lB67, tt.'
Wellsboro Cloth - -`to l retifiiig - iNorks.
1:104.??Ct': Aft„ alert' .
puporlotc4d, qtit 'PlOthinS , Works -web nro
now, :foady,' to d0,011,,W4 ot.coloritrg: and: dross
ing4 good style and oa stylrt votive:. tz::
la; ~ :lti, A .AlltaßoLD-i4.
: 7
1
• , t+or ‘ ,
" ! ' e n titardiflg i f kla,l*
10110ARDINO by , the 'ow* ~t 4 P:f -419 y, PEO FArd.ipt
hhirotintiOn,Ok 01.04,v_Pint
atte the bad . Sj ffoti<i" tend;yin
Wellaboro. M. M. SEARS, Proprietor.
&us. 7, 10 7 tt
•
IMO
j- MEDICINES,
MI
PEAFtIMER Y,
Such as
Remember ther plaae,
AND NEW PRICES,
Both staple and fitly.
Together with
NEW FIRM:
TO BUY 6% SELL -IS OUR
• BUSINESS ! -
WE will buy at tho highest market pries,
the following articles, •
.SfIEEP PRLT I DEACON' , SKlpti,
DEER SKINS, FURS, ?
AND VEAL SKINS,
for which we will pay cash,
jiye will manufacture toiorder,irrenolt or home
tanned CALF or XI? BOOTS, in the best, man
ner and nt„ foicsktes,;aisiispitylespecial attention
to RgPApING.
ALSO,
„
We have a firai-rate atOok of
RgAIIYAMADE, WORK,
on which ‘ we will not bkrirrdoreold, and Man this
time ire shall make it a point to keep pp the best
stook nf ,;; , : -
LADZW!..GATTERS,
to be found in the county, whioh we will sell at
a lower profit than such articles have eye; been
offered: in this raglan: - f ' 'i ' ' ,' - - . ''' - "
We shall likewise lt , sep. up a good assortment
of • •.- ,' I. ' ;R ..: ~ , i - •.1•i • . _. '
LADIES'_ 'AA
,?/10BA.140i'iLWATfIER
BOOTEE 110 0 4 1)R,VIES AND
,
MISS S WORK 6 VA-
PIOUS STYLES,
and all aty l leo of MEN'S WORK.
LEATHER $ t i MDINGS
can be bought of 'a'l '
as cheap as any where this
side of New York, and we shall keep a full stock
of
FRENCH OALP, PREN6II KIP, PP
PER,, SOLE, LININGS, AND
BINDING.
Our stock of PEGS, NAILS, THREAD, AWLS,
RASPS, GLOVERS' NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES, CRIMPS,. will; SHOEMAKER'S
TOOLS and FINDINGS, will be found the lar
gest in the county, and we sell for small profit..
We talk business iknd we. mean business. We
have been in this region long enough .to be well_
known—let those who know'ua try us. Coiner
of Main and Grafton streets, opposite Wm. ROI)!
Mal HardwarerStore;. - C.' W. BRARB,
'DEO. Q. DERBY,
Wellaboro, April 24,
.R.E'M,IIV9 I ,I 7 PA'' PIR' ARAI.
kJ/ O +OLO BY THE TRAbi Ozzczalt
LIBERAL DI:1109tINT TP)304t,1111
. : . .• ..,..:,
200,000'Srunittspan, me U.,E. 6/overlent:air— -;
ArtnY'RetrOliiii 44.100- in. -Calibre
Navy Revolver 80-100 in. Calibre
Belt Rev01ier,......... ...... Navy - size Calibre
Pollee Re'volver, .... ..... Navy al zsAlalibro
Now.Pooket Revolver 31:100 in: Calibre
P,ooket:Revolver,(Rider's pt.) 31-100 in. Calibre
Repeating Pistol, (Elliott pt.),No 22 .4 32 Oart'ge
Vest Pocket Pistol, No 22, 30, 32 & 41 Cartridge
Gun 0k1a..-- .
, .4,. . .... . .... No 22 et 82 Cartridge
Brieek'Loadin " g Rille,(ileale) No 32 & 88 .. ".
Revolving Rifle, • 40 444_100 in Calibre
E. REBIINGTON et BONS.
ME
PRINCIPA LI AGENTS.
Moore/ Niohols. New'York; Wmilaad A Son,
Boston; Jos 0 Grubb d; Co, •Plilladelpbia; Pony
tney .Trimble, Baltimore; Henry Folsom A Co;
NOW Orleans; Johnson ' iiehoer Co, Chicago,
L 1.1 Burnley eV Co, St..Lonis; Albert R Crat q,
San Francisco:- ; •:. 0ct..% 1867.-9 m.
NEW AItaIIVAL I
MRS. E. E. KIMBALL
11 . 8 now •sOoeiving new and fashionable 'bolt
• .of •
MILLINERY GOODS
:Trutt. rroprlYev►Torlt, Which - she will • sell very
'chealn' Call and examini new atyles and Fleet.
MAIN 5T1 1 427, Wlts,r,sainio, PA.
October I¢, 1867. ..
WELLSBORO FOUNDRY AND
tIACIIINE MOP.
MBE entosoribein' having 'pi:poured additional
nutobinery are now ready to forniali to order
ail sorts of
•
•. • :: N S
_.
REIM
IitCCEI AB
?TAWS; CULTIVATOR 8,. 'FIELD
ROLLERS, MILL GEARING !
. • - SLEIGH-BEIOM IV 00 D • ,
• '
SAWING agaziNzs,
: de, 4to.
t/i7lliojo ' !i .
.
WIJOBWORTII . PLANER—
for,olop44.44 10 *OA, Wo,are also prepared
. _
04 . 2 , 27t4p,. 4 , '501.00114'. SACTIFJoki
_*itta4.:, - ::' ' '' I.
' Hotting - a 'aret-alitis 'Sariiii-OUttiii -iatite, Wi!
are "termed to bloke '' `• ' I
~ . .
CHEESE PRESS ,4408. AV WS
to order, Builders of Chao* Paotories are re
quested to examine outtiork., ; We nutuufseture
the ,
Champion Plow,
one iripleniontf in the market.
Cash paid' fot OLD lit ON. ,
CHARLES WILLIAMS,
gIEATIEC
Wellsboro, May lb, 1807—tf.
1808 BALppy, i 4868,
WE'commenoe thisy
ear w t. 6 art!miklueively
business.
CASH PAID FOXt. WHEAT!
CASH. PAID FOR OAT'S 1
CASH FOIL` agiN 1
CASH FOR. EVERYTEINCI 11
A LARGE ! i STo6l 2 Cti , :*l.oll,l{,
- CASIO ,;:„
'• 11 !'" STOOK_ ..PEED. FOR
,LARGE . : STOOK I
04E3H1 . '
Call and see us. WRIGHT 3 BAILEY.
Wellsbaro, 11 3 0113[ 4 . I
=
All persd6e inda d- o us by not* or book
'icconnt 'must call and settle - 0r yey costs.
, tIYRIGIrk-it BALLEV
-
Fellsbor9
4llAiatia -meted ()Ur- Machine with' . ant
new Cards, we ate now ready to Card till
loot without. delay, and. in :the !best popslble
,thanner, All Wool sent- front a - distance
.#lll be r rothrned by,the 'EMS itseOfted.-t
O. A ;11IrLtTBOLD'
s .
reusbooi . Nittois;itiat. •
It. - yrronia:. pow; BIT
A-13- I` 70 - 6.
p:ElßEl;lfo'fisaile at Roy's -Dpta"
O .
ALENDER, iirsnoh, Plarino mit OkEd
Cloaks, at [4eol9] vaunt's.
To_; the' Publie of
AND
SURROUNDING
• -
MAKES this , - methoti of. not
'l' that the Stock of •
SPRING ,Cl.O
is •ob band,- and offors - it 10
Itio Sips() ie woll stock : ttl, wit
10 . pablo . • •
COATS, PANTS AN
also, n large assort
GENT'S FURNISELI
WHITE AND CASSIM ;i
COLLARS, -NECKTII
PENDERS, SO
and a good Mtge lot of Om m
ever broagbt to this market..
TRUNKS,' BAGS,,
which yuu can buy lbw for en
Olotl/ing Stera ; of ASHER,
Van Vallteriburg's Flour Store.
Wellaboro, Sept. 11, ISft.
FOR - SALE.
•
BY•
• • •
B. 0. WICKII.
- A T HIS NURSERY OF Fl
,NAMENTAL TREES, 1
60,800 Apple
10'000 Pear.
,
A-iced stmplY of PLUM ; PE
and ORNAMENTAL TREES,
The Fruit trees
.am compose
varieties, good, healthy, seam o
iti bearing. - Any one wishing,
will'o well. to call and see my
chasing elsewhere. " Deliv
free of charge,
Tioga, Feb. 28,'1868-1, 10
•
YeLLOI
TER, ILEA V E
U
COGHS, D 1
T EIP , R,R
NEWS, VGL'NDI
LOSS a API ,
ETE *SD VITA
NERGY, &c,
use Improves 1
,W I to d, tuck ert ,
the tippetite-gi
a smooth
glossy. skla—t
trawling:ea t I
miserable skeki
horse.
To keeiloc9y Co vrB "t!da
In all diseases
the Lungs, Liver
&c., this Calla;
acts as a specific.
By putting froci
Csiodut a pap.:
to a paper in - I
barrel el swill the
above didoasel
will be eradicated
Or entirely ri . viv(
preventive and .
Price, 25 Coat:
YESPA v 4T.I. I 1
S. A. ii'Pirj v r.X.
AT TM kr:7
WHOLESA LH , DIM' Of lalit;
Na. 116 Franklin-
For gale bi - proirit'i
out tha Uaital•Stitt. , •
D.s.vm E. Fourz,
ier sale by John A. Roy, Wel
STATE NORMAL !SOH
TIOGA COti
F. A. Mon, Prtaclpal, Profe
and Mental Science.
3. T. STREIT, A. M., Prafassor
CHARLES .H: YERIIILL, A.
rdathemiiiici.
tins. L. M. PETERSELLV,
and Drawing.
Mies /NARY E. HUGIIES, D. R. l
M. 8. - R. PRESTON, D. E.."
ElahooL
I. G. HOYT, Profesaor Of Vocal
-tal Moto.
Idris ALICE B. SEELEY, Assts
of Bfasio.
SCHOOL YEAR 18a
'First Term begins , Septimb
Second term beetle Deem
'Third term-begins March,
ExpnlisEs PER TERM OF
Fall and Spring Term, including
room rent, tuition, book ran
oil, and washing,
Winter, Term,
Day students tuition and book r l '
Total expenses for school year
No extra. charges. , - - 119ths
stoves, chairs, tables, stattds,
mattresses, pinatas, and ens ,co
farther information.send far Ca ,
Aug.,'7 1867, 6w. Addr
Iflrs. Ai J. S
1 8 now receiving the Fall styl:!
•
MILLINE •
direct "from the city, and will b
her old friends and customers, w
ones as may choose• to favor he
renege.. .1 have engaged a first
lier, and am prepared to carry o
DRESS-!,11 •
in 'lilts branches. la a satisfaoy
anion taken for Flair Jewelrj
pa d for hatuan hair. . Store c
,burg's 'Grocery, Main-,t,
Wandler°, Sept. 25, 1867—tf
IARE, OIIANOE_FOR1111• 1 1
.The flpolocation for
a• a
la din know,ri. as Roy's Moo
Balciori le no* uttered for sale
favorable * r ums ; inquire , at Ro
PORK FOR
Min
731114i0AL:iNSTAIIIiENT
OW dealor In Deoker
Atkin°. & Brotbera pianos; Mativ
Inet organs, Tronk, I.lnsey &
the Stinnlnger melodeons. '
Bowen's store. • •
MI
lar and
NEES lifirkei Pero • P
JOUIL
Chose, •r shipped for pp
24julyln. - TOLES
Coal for - Sal
CroAttsE DittrAtirtopp
. chomp, - .
Pert. 28, 180.
Itiniirgest apoortment af, tV`aEofico,Clod '
, jeclarjaadllatediWarc , 'nags county
Itt; ~- quirdii - 080..t,,, • POLEYIL,,,
CASH PAID SOU BUTTER
WRIGHT.,
N. ASH
oonsieting of
HATS .AND
F 0 tilr I
CELEINIATZTA
r.A.axxxlx""2*
Proofs of the Superior Quality
WeUsboio
Aso . 4i CN ,W_ -f CH
OUN TRY 1
lying the pooplo
•The•American' Watch Company, of Waltham,
MastGiespootfully submit that their Watid,o. hre ' ;
CheOpers more at:curate, less cotarici, more dura. ,
ble,,better adapted for general use, And mere ea.
ally kept in order and repaired than any ntnin
watches in 'the market. They are iitx,plur i
structure, and therefore stronger, tint' lees -likely
to:bo injured than themnfority el foreign n
es, which aro iromposetl'of from 125 te; :lOU pie/
cos, %I'll° in. an old Unglielt watch :Levu. at
more than4oo parts.l flow they' - run under the
hardest trial , watches can have, is shown by the
following letter ' • ,
PENN t _RAILROAD COMPANY.
HUNG
er than before
the most rash
VESTS,
ant of
1G GOODS,
RE SHIRTS
IES, SUS
KS,
DENTLEUEN : The watches manufactured by
you huve been in Use on this railroad for several
years by our onginemen, to whom wefurnish ,
watches as port
ut our-equipment. There are
now sotnelbrce handfed of them carried on 'our
lino; and" we consideir)thettC good liqd reliable
Untie-keepers. , Indeec‘i I have great satisfaction
In saying your watched give us less trouble. and
have worn, and do wear much longer without re.
pairs than any watches have,,ever bad in use
otr this road. As-you .nro 'aware, ao formerly
trusiedlo those of Eloglish kuunufacluroi of 11C
knuwledged .ou4 reputation; but us u class they'
never Ice:TALC , us correctly, nor have they done:
as good tervide r es'yours.
Ia these.:stateutents I am sustained by my ,
,protlectuisor, • Ain. whose, experience ex
,teaded over a oities Of years.- Respectfully.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
'.oeneral Superintendettr.
- .ftetlericau P0.,-Waltham. -
at fashionable
TAPS,
IBRELLAS,
l b, at the Cheap
I,lst do9r, can of
1866.
Nire malto`ncti . Bre different grades of watches,
tamed respectively as &Heirs :
Apietvo, Tracy Ira/thorn,. !.doer. l
althorn , l{ itch Compav, Wo/tham, Mo t *,
P. 8. Borach; • Wu/thorn. .ziloce.
Wen. Ellery, - NoNil, _Meet..
,Watch Comiaciloy, 804 ten, AL*. •,
AU of these { • with, the exception of the home
Watch Couipani, are watranted I,y the American
Watch COinlinni to t lie of the beet material. on
the nand approved principle, and to puscess every
requiche for a reliable titnekeeper. Every dealer
selling'theso Watebes is provided .with•the oon-
Pany's printed card of gum-ante°, which bhoulo
accompanyreaeli Watch sold, tai that loiyers may
feel sure they are puruhneing the genuine article.
There are numerous counterfeits and imitations
°Lour Watches cold throughout the coatary, and
we would caution purchasers to ho 'on their guard
againatimpovition.
Any grades, of. Waltham Watehee alay,he par-,
chased of Watoh Dealers throughout the o.iuutty.
lIIT AND OR
TIOQA:-•
Trees.
reel.
• -
CIL CIIERRY,
SHRUBBERY.
of the choicest
them .largo and
o get
i
a supply
pur
red a t the depot
•
In
Powders:
ids preparation,
' and favorably
- Niil Mor
t:Ay reinvigorate
oken-down and
-spirited horses,
arengthenlng
4,18011-11 m. 182 Brundwity,N Y
The American Cooking Stove..
, .
AFTER twenty years ex perience in the man
ufacture 01 stoves, we became convinced,
Soule
. six years since, that u vast amount of
money was being expended by the peuplo ut . this
country, in buying cheap,and worthjs,-1 stoves,
huge itottion yf which was wasted; and that
true economy cortlisted-iu`buyitig the beet stoves
that could, be made; notwithstanding the pt ice
tuna higher.iYith . this view we proceeded to
construct the American Cooking Sieve • and
Spared no pains or expense to make it the besf
anti most perfect stove that could ho made. And
we, have experimented with it, and . carefully
welched its operatiriblor the last six years, and
when an improvement no ' w:rested itself: we have •
at once adopted It, and we have several of these
improvements secured by letters patent. In
this manner we de slot hesitate to say,-are Lave
brought it to a higher state of perfection than
has heretofore been attained in cooking stoves.
The - recent imprOvements in • this stove has
added largely to its convenience and effective
ness. In all the varieties of stoves we mane
faettire, wo study usefulness. durability, conve
nience and economy in operation, rather than
cheapness in price, and in •,,o doing we lire satin.
fied we study the interest of those purchasing
our stoves. S,HEAR, PACRAItD, 'DO. •
Albany,
For sale by CONVERSE do osnoon, Wells
bona, Pa. iBsotln-11n.
cleatiilng the
, smelt and totes
eh
It le a care pre
wire of an dls.
. 1 / 4 >a • Inalftat to
ion Is invaluable.
. ves the quality
the milk. It has
I. .• proven by ac
al experiment to
, Crease the quan-
I y of milk and
cam -twenty per
).
, nt and mate the
ter firm _and
ec -In fattening
ttl ,it gives them
npetite,looSens
el - hide, - and
thr ' Them Write
im, . J. STICKLE',
Ohairmaker, Turner, and
Furniture Dealer,
Q ALE ROOM, opposite Dam's Wagon Cikop,
Main Street. FACTORY in Sesta dt Wlt
Rams Foundry, second story.'
Orders promptly filled and eatlsfacti op guaran
teed. Fancy Taming done to order. ' •
Wellaboro, Jana 12,1887. J. BTIC.E.LIN.
rlIzoc; ,
rrEit'tindersigned is now prepared to ere
-J. elite - all Orders for Toinb Stones and 1 onu
ments:l'f; either ' • ....1 1 •
DEFOT.
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND' MARBO,I (
• -
of thalatest'etyle and approved workmanship.,
and' with dispatch: .
He keep constantly- on hand both kinds of
Marble and will be able to salt all who may fa
vor him with their orders a on as reasonablo terms
as can be obtained in the-country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look a* good as nevi. '
' PORTERIWILCOX.
Tioga,•Npv. 1131)7—tf.
ccessor.
boro.
OL,, MANS
TY, PA.
;sot of. Natural
,of Languages.
~ Professor of
To: the "karma+ . of Tioga County.
lAli now Wading at my manufactory, in. Lawrence
' villa. a auperloi,
ern- Lpligungoa
I En. Branobea.
th
o ri oipal of the
1 : nd Ammon.
antl Inetructor
*B,
FANN.ING lIIILL,-
which,portseieQtlie.Yoltowiag advantages over another
mill.;.
. . .
1. It siiiiiates oafs, raintter, and foul seeds, and
übsu and cockle, - trom whaist.
2. It alestit thueseed, takes out yollaw scud, - and all
other Inds; sperfectl.2. ' _ •
9, It cleaus timothy seed.,
4. It does all other separating 'required of u mill.
This mill is built of the best and moat durable tim
ber, in good style, and Is sohl..oheap, for cash, or, pro
duce.
r 4,1887,
'r-9 '
B,_lBBB.
Drill fit a patent sieve. for separating oats from
wheat; to other mills, on reaSonable terms.
J.lr MATHER.
Lawrenceville October 16,1806-tf
114 'WEEKS.
'board,
;, fuel,
$6O 00
•
6400
10 00
UNION ACADEMY.
- $lB4 00
Ifurpistied with
bodateadff,
.rtablo : For
Ogue.
KNOXVILLE; TIOG4 C 0.,, PA
ea, Principal
leld,
Pall Term ednimehsete Sept. Bd, Winter Term. Nov
20th, Spring Terni Veb.lBth, 1808.
's of
' EXPENSES PER TERM.
Primary DeOrtmant * . ..5 00
Coratron " 000
.Awn lingllsh "
.
higher Englishi ao
Languages and Ilighor Alatheinatici 8 00
Instrumental, I.losic e ox tra 1 10 00
Vocal Music' extra.' - • •' ' , 1 00 ,
1 Brawingi extra ' • i 300
•
R X
oom
per ' 250
' Board per weak—. • 1 • 3 60
• '
Knoxville, August 14,1867-U.
El
!• pleased to eeo
th ne many now
with their pat
class Dunstan-
EEINCti
Planing and, Scion
,Sawing,
- COVINGTON, TIOQA CO., PA.
- ' The undersigned,ha4ut . in a
•
WOOdWOrth - Planer
AND 'A, SOROLL SAWING MACHINE
at his shop, south-east side of Gorotild's 'Saw
UM. Ho will keep constantly.on hand '
OLAVSAILW FLOORINGU'
and subscribes himself tho publicid i s humble re'r
vpat pt a fair oompensation for lallor. '
•, D. S. Ittli4lAN, Jr.
Dec. 18,1867.—1 y
ry JIIIIIIIIer
I . Good 'prices
'see VanValken-
!MESS :MEN.-1 1 .,
,re between th e'
,-and Bullard'o
.n peouliar 'and
Drug Store.
J. A. ROY.
.......T. 11 B.imka
& Brat .er and
1 , & Ila ..lin cab
-0 .'melodeons, and
1 oom ov s J. B.
:apt: 12, 1866. ''
Planing Machine.
, AT . ILEENEYVILLit, PA.
. ,
IHAVE p u t in a flret.clael PLANER, and am
prepared to piano flooring, ebling, etc. to
order. GEO. •D. KEENEY.
,Sept. 18,177—1 y.
• .
heese.
id for butter and
iios at
BARXER'S.
1r) NEWEIgi; D.FINTIST; S.IAtiSFIELp, Pe.,
j: - .4 gratefei fel , . the -very liberal patronage
heretofore ree ived, wilt continue 'so as, to per.
formal' dente operations; as to merit, th e rapidly
inereaatng professional de*ritle now 'engaged.
All operation) in ell departments of the prates.
Sten ezeontedlin thet,beStipoesible manner. AU
new, useful inventiens and improvements adopt
ed: The highest good of hia patrons the ratites+
Anis ot ideamMtlon: Deo. 5, stle.tir
OAL' f6r, ,Szil
, RQPWLTS
CHOICE LOT OP GRAIN BAGS for Bak]
cheap 1 at WRIOET & BAILEY'S.
'Moro i Atop b,1887.
I& nAu,Ers.
, ' or - 111 F:
MADO AT
WALTHAM, - MASS
OFFACEI
,THE GE2 , 1 7 /. Sr.CRINTENDL:NT,I
ALTOOSA, PA., i 5 Occ., 1866.
ROBiIINS & APIPiETiIIII.
Tioga Marble Works,
FACULTY:
2114A5, 11012 TON, Principal..
MRS.
MRS. ',ADA. W. HORTONi Preceptress.
Miss 11RA :HORTON. Assistant.
Iliss AMANDA DRAKE', Teacher of Nude.
CALENDAR' FOR 1867—5.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
ERIE RAILWAY.
011 and Alit.) . %fah. 1614, h am,
leas Q . t.:lA . olllkt la abuts Oat tt4/09a10114Tirit
WESTWARD BOUND, -
1$
12:2a et., Exprens .sto I whip. etirted. tor Bonk. -
Lq, s a m tna ne lt . bllUkil li:Vottnatteg with Ink I Z'
for the West.
Gx.l3 e el Night Exiire,ii, tiiiiiiii)ierxceptecip for roar*
tialamanta, and Ithnkirk. waking sheet conialikt:
with train* tlitutie d Otrat Weri(ll, 1 4 ,
-. lioio,itncl (Irian] Trunk Rallwaye.lo3;iii yoint,
a. ni..Night ExpresA, Daily, fur Is n Iln 1".:-,til w •
Uuuhttk and the Wear, C.7.UPeCting o tatOte. re.:
•
;at/ It tideyr , X<lloLt
c . .tvr 114 , 1 - I•ulhJu. t LLA vol,.
10:a. H. Al:q1 E4'.11() sll . n_ds.3 44 ex( ePtvd• ( (a
;lad '
•
145 p.zi ,!tftfttnior.: htutatht) ,•to
ituchosp:lltitoD ttttlfuly, vi hven•
7';‘63p. Ul.. y USpnn,, SuhdayA excepted for Ltt - r,-
bunhirt; and the We , t, conocctitio:.
Ist 2.l.tu'ditcrt with thd AtlvAlc Greet
Rat,lway ; ~t 1 1 11;1 . 41d with the Le kr - e — hitere and 1.4.11,. ,
Tx tj uk Rlzlluupt , :thd et Dunklilit ith the Lekt $141:
.
ay,lol vo Ito tve:st 50,) month.
'410,,p 11‘y'Expres, : 4 11: - /a/Q . - ex , .. A. , ixted,tor,ltoch ett:3
sr ,
pis Way. tiumi res,cdpted. •
6:48 ta. 'gran rain, Daily, for the SV4St,
Easnaap Ramo
1 0 :10 a. tn.,, Nl•xitt Express, trall: Sundays exeepue,
'connecting ..t tira)cot.rt for Ittrai Irk, and at 3,,, _-',',
Yore. with' afternoon trains mid steamers for De)!0: 'Jt
>llld New EngirinoeitiV.i. ,- - i,f;
4:18 it. nt. Cincinnati Expre.te.3l...iithap- excepted. tt L r'll
iiectin at Elmira for Hatripliut g, Phileot iplaa tai 1:.1- . ..;,:
the poi th; ut Owego fur Illitit.a i:at Itinghtirt% ef 4 ,,t'.
i
Lir 1. , :) . r cusiit. at Great-Bed tor itiertinton, Philattel. V‘, ,, -:
• 'dila. a tl,Trentornitt Lackawsxen foe Elva ley. nil, bt Zl .- Tt
Li i itycoU et for M. ir litirg. arid Warwick.
10.1.5. it'ial4ceounaudation Trislii daily, connecting at c
[.,:=:
at 4:1111 rat lor CanatielitigUtt. .. ‘;
-...
10:48 a. ni.,,Day .Express,Sandayanxceptctlicsmnecti ti
i d- maiira, for Canandaigua, at Binghamton fur Fyn t ; :1 1
cute, et %•tat-.llotitl for Scranton, art LnattUntten ktit;
matey, i nd at Jerary-City with midnight Exp lek , •--...
• Trainor New Jersey Railroad fkir Philadelphia. li:ilt.
,M,
more and Washington. - -
I--- i -,
3:12 p. nt., Baltimore Express, Sundays excepted. i'1 1 ...;
4:85 p. m., New YOrk and Baltimore Mall, Sundays cr- rf.
copied
I'M p m Lightning Express, Sundays EiCiilP,A, cR. , ' : ' 4 .
' fleeting at Elmira for Harrisburg, Phiradeiplits ace :,;.1-1'
' the South ; itt,Jereey City with
_morning - °math vi
train vi New Jereey ' Railroad fur laitimoio aid 1,-.7f,
• IVash higton, and nt New York with morning er-.•• -- 1
press Mali, for Boston And the East., , -,. - 1,-;_..1
-1 ,
12:30 p. tit, 1% ay Freight; Su ndays_excepted. , +"
W3l
W3l It. RARII, 11. RIPDLI, : 1?"-;
El en - 1 Pass Agent. - ' ' 4.leu'l Sue. 1.-.:--7
BlossbArg & Corning, & Tioga Zt 11
Taeit. will run us talows nutiliturthor notice:
, .
Accotantollet lon—Lel:yes Ilks4burg at 7,05 a. ra.. 31414.
field at 7.5.;. 'Doge. at - BAl Lawr: net:v(110 at 81E—
' Orrlvitig at COitting at 1%25 a. to.
51:111-1,envesillossburg at 140 Mansfield et t,,,;;;
Tioga at 3 • 08 . L'uvreocoville at 3PI--nrriciog at
Co: ning at 5 p. at.
Corning ut 8,15 a. m . Lourenceville et
9,lB,Tiopt at 10,00, llonsUeld at Io,:l6—citrlrlng at
• Illos-tairg at 11,15 a. ni.
Acconnnodation—Learca Corning at 8.45 p. m, Lat.
yrncecillo of 4,62, Tioga at &CO; illuttifteld at
acrivitig at IllositairEt at 7,20 p. tn.
1 Northern Central R. R.
Tft.aiNS FOR. 'rut: Nohni.
fOr CdtmioNgula leave Elthltaio
Accumodation• at ..... ....... ........ .; 6,3 a h
Ilaptrea {faatrat Mau road} II 45att
Mail , .... 1;;pa
Way Freight, Lintateurrer Culial ittwbed2l.... ... 7 10 „,
Ou acid alw't Nov. 2i, 1667, truths aill atn:e ut
depart tromt Troy, a s 10}10V.'t ;
LEAYR NORTIIWAIth
10 65 A. 11.—bittly Sundays) 14 El
Cansudaigua, 11‘icti61tKt. EuEli , itul Ro
C,it nacho,
9 d 5 P. M.—Dully (x‘ept. Sycliiya) fug aul
Ptrid u°, eta E idw
;'rte Itaay-iyui !Amite
LEAVE SuUT}IWA-ItD.
030 A. 51 (nxerlic Etti.dßii) for Eeltiwue
Was hingtou, PlAlntielphia, 6c.,
t/ P. 31.—Daily (except tinndass) ter Baltith.r.,
Wadiingtoz, and PhllacktiltiLl,
J. N. DurIABICV. 3(I)UNEJ
0,01 Fit Lp t. Hal 11,1 , uvg,' , 43Pcil Pau.
kin It lowtc,
Philtulolphia & Erie R. R.
kln and. utter IkIUNDAY, OctOber 14th, 140, Mai
Site etittAtielptail it Etta I{l4ltuttil Will iut, tt,.
WEST W.A
Mull Tiaill koVcd thaSIM
•• • • W ift wepor t•-•
•• arr. at Erie '
Erie Expiess leaves Plilladelphttt..,
"•
' •• air. Er Ella
Elti;ii a 31 all leaves Philadelphia...
•• Sl•illiamsport ....,
'•• • arr. at Loa Marto
EASTWAIID.
Mail Train leaves Erie 10.40 a a
" `•tiff llltamsport 11.40 p
" arr. at a...... • . a a
Erie Express leaves Erie 4 05 p
•• •• " Williamsport . ' 360 a a
" arr. at Vhiladelphia 1.00 pan
Elmira Mall leaves Lock ......... 7.10 a a
•• •• Williamsport . 8.34 it
" arr. at Philadelphia 0.10 p
Mall kind Expxoss ct nnoct with all trains on , Witrm
llranklin Rai l'asagtiers ltavitig
.tt 1290 31. arrive at rvluottmu u& 0.4,1 a. in, anti nil
City lit 9 lie a. In.
Leaving Fhiladelphia atit.oo P. yl., ast Ivo at Oil au .
at 4:36 p za.
.
Atlantic and Great Western. U. W
SAIMIANCA STATION
%I:Ma - WARD Bourn,'
k:24h:eke
.0,34 Wall
'l9 1
-IVErticalu> Bomb.
Mail
Accommodation
Express .12.19 Accommodation, ate'
Express 11.00 t txpresa ...........
At Cory there Is ft junction with the Pbiludilphia
Erie,
and CH Creek Itail Roads.
AtlSlgittiville with thCriciiatlii, 'and 0,1 Czty nut'
Pltholo Branch.
At Leavittsburgo the Mabonfay /trench wakes a do-
reet tOttte to Cleveland. AtTllaveutia colinect4 mish
-Cleveland and Pittsbuigli Railroad. '
Thu Road pabses through Akron ; Addend.
Marion, Urbana and Layton, intervectinz•. vai ions
rail
roads; and teruilbates at eincinnell.
L. D. ItVtatEit, tlen. Supt., Pa
Real • Estate Sale.
MBE Subscriber will sell or rout the foliuwieg
valuable property, to wit:
' One tavern stand in Lawrenceville. • I
One farm, on he now rofthiee s , vht•hillt
tulle Irani three aerobes, two .:41,09 . 1 Houser,
two grog and ono nalrond, and :awn( thE
Ail me didtanculrout the line of the . WcihbOro snd
Lawrenceville Ituilroad, ,The farm c'outains 160
'eeres of good laud, 60 acres titohered, wtfl Iva
.tered, end very productive. It requires that the
,aeed should be, sowed and planted. honorer, to
en . sure.'a harvest.
One farm in -Jackson 175 acres; a
Grst•ratc place for a chaes.c factory.
sale—% mules, 75 sheep, and. oilier
stock, cheap on reasonable terms.
M. S. BALDWIN.
- z iglwrunce, 49.. 17, 1847-11. -
Planing , & Turningi
B. T. .\ 7 2-HORN, _
in - AYING gut his new Factory in opetutn , n.
_IA Is. now prepared to fill, orders fur Cabinet
!•Vttre promptly and in the, best style of tcurkninar ,
ship. Having procured u
VOODWQRTiI PI,AIER,
I e ready to 4.13 est , bunrdt•urplunk with ditplita
SCROLLWORK & BRACKETS,
(urniahmEto order. Ilia maeltincE aro of the DOW
eat and most improved pattorro. •
ahoy eurtker of Pearl and With Sir. 11
E3011:0, PA.,
Oot. 31, 180313-tf.
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•
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.1 - )AINTs, FOR FAlinr - :ltti A N:11 Graf
r ton
,Mineral Paint Co are.uon• atoul'oettnim:
CheAtoost and moat Durable. Peiny /u. tine: NO
coats well'put on, mixed 'with 'phre bitreeeil (iii. eJI
lest 10 er li, years; it is of a light brown or 14 1 nilru/
chocolaty color, and can be changed 'to green, drab,
ollee'or cream to atilt the taste of the commmer it I.
valuable for noose& &lUDS. 'Benet*. - Carriage and' Car
la:l4;6re, Palls and Woodemuttro, Agricultural ImPle
manta, Canal 'limits', Veearla and :hips' Belton's. Cap'
YON Metal and /Shingle Roofs, (1' being Firo altolgritt"
Trod), Floor .011 cloths. (one hlktnehtctu a lftmTiug.
traedlooobbla:tha ?Fat year.) and as a for 10 3 .
'purpose is uusufpussettfor laxly, durability; elastlct ty,
pud adhasiTenea4. Price go per bb). o f no ibs., which
a termer for scars to Scia tor a
tiroula? Yritink kiYee _fall: tat Ft (eolith+. • .Noun• Maio°
utiles.. branded iu u trade murk Grhlthit Mineral l'tdet.
.4ddre:a ' - • DANIEL' MOW rT.L,
Rcpt 11, ISII7-Cut. 2A4 Pre.° Mreet. Neu. York.
JOB-WORK„ IN THE . 13E13T STTL.Iti, nisi
with doodah, at THE AGITATOR Om
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