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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 25, 1868.
Farm for Sale—G. W. Hudson.
For Sale or Rent—M. 0. Sutton.
Sewing Machines—G. C. Bowen. Knoxville
Excise Taxes appeals—R. H:
New Jewelry Store = l. M. Warrin r, & Co.
New Spring (foods—J. A. Parsons 4; Co.
Plailtor I Plaster I—l. Champney A. Co.
Cotinty Hone Notice—Commissioners.
Business Card—John Etnor.
Garden plants, Flowers, kc.—Harry Mix.
Notice to teachers—Delmar Directori..
Pri .co has a fresh lot of early Goodrich • and
Harri s on potatoes atlas stand in Mozart Block.
The closing sale of the persona/ prop
erty of Nast & Auerbach, by the Assignee will
take place Monday evening, March 30, 1888, at
Tioga, at 7 °Week. Bee postcre.for particulars.
PSGEOMs.—Extensive flocks ofpigeons
have bean passing over this 4 place for several
days, and our sportsmen have revel d in pigeon
pies as a consequence.
MAPLE SIIGAIL—Mr. 3 G. Dartt, of
Charleston, earned the lively gratitude of the
_Agitator Printers a few days ag by distributing
among them sundry cakes of delicious maple
sugard May his sugar bush ever repose on the
south side of a hill.
BIG LOADS.—Messrs. Jos. Guile and
D. F. kerrit, write us that ou the 13th and 11th
of this month they with but two teams drew
-136,000 foot of lumber to the Tioga river, a dis
tance of half a mile from the lotulipg place.
That gives each the hauling of 34,000 feet per
NOTICE.—Mr.' -- Bailey, County Treas
urer requests us to state that persons sending
money to pay the taxes on seatod -apd unseated
lands advertised must send fifty cents additional
for each tract, to pay for advertising. The lands
may be sold for any portion of tax and costs un
paid on the 2d Monday of. June.
A NICE INCOME.—The Bulletin, says .
that the largest income returned to the assessor
of Internal Revenue in Williamsport amounts to
$15,48,f0r every working hour in a year of 313
days; l i or $48,462,40 for the year. We'll take the
income and pay tho 5 per cent. tax upon it if Op
owner s disposed to grumble.
BTICKWFLEAN FLOUR.—The Proprie
tors of The Agitator tako off their hats and make
a very low bow to Messrs. E. Hart & Son, pro
prietors of the Charleston Flouring Mill, for two
sacks of 'xxX Buckwheat flour. Tho market
affords no better slap jack 'timber; and we cor
dially commend the millers
.t t o public consider
SBA LER OF WEIGIVIS AIM MEASURE'S •
,—As required by law, Mr. Charles L. Siemens,
Sealer of Weights and Measures for Tioga
county, desires, to give otice that ho has estab
lished his o ffi ce in Wells oro, where ho may be
mind on application, o addressed by letter, by
any person or persons who may require his
BUSINESS.-3Sir. L. C. Bennett, of
Croek, has purchased the Nichols Farm,
near this borough, and will take. possession &on.
Judge Nichols has puroilased tho house and lot
lately Owned by Mr. Bennett, second above the
bridge, on Second Avenue.
- Mess t rt. I. M. Wariner 4; Co., have opened a
Watoh and Clock establishment in Hart's Build
ing, Main Street.
Bodine's Mill is turning out 15000 or 20000 feet
of lumber per day.
Mr. John Etner has opened a now Tailoring
shop over the Barber shop on- Crofton Street.
CLARK / $ SOCIABLE.—James G. Clark,
tho IMO-vocalist, gave ono of his most agreeable
entertainments in the Presbyterian Church last
Friday evening, to a first rate audience. Mr.
Clark has given to the world several tine poems
since last he sang in Wellsboro, some of which he
had set to appropriate musi, and gave on this
occasion. For smooth versification,' elevated
sentiment, ands rhythm, his poems OM seldon
excelled. He [rill pay us another isit next
ACADEMY.—The Winter term
examination tool , . place Thursday and Friday,loth
and 20th insts. The classes wore examined in
Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, "A lg obra,
Geometry, Natural Philosophy, Latin Grammar
and Composition, conducted by Prof. Irodgtion.
The chisses exhibited a proficiency as gratifying
to patrons as it was creditable to the Faculty,
and the occasion was exceedingly pleasant to the
We aro glad to be able to say that Prof. Hodg
son feels sufficiently encouraged to contAtio his
labors. lie has 'associated with hiM, `Ce-Prin
c;pal, his brother, Mr. John V. Ilorigson, who
brings the work ripe talents and experience.
The sohool is in a prosperous condition, number
ing, during the term just ended, about SO pupils,
The Spring Term, which begins Monday, March
:fn, inst., ought to hare ono hundred.students.
If a conscientious discharge of duty, scholarship,
painstaking, and perseverance can entitle the
Principals to generous patronage they certainly
will deserve it. IA little effort on the part of the
friends of the Academy will greatly assist to
render it a permanent Institution.
CH VROEC MATTER
Dren SSn. Enrront Will you allow an old
fashienOd Episcopalian to remonstrate against
your i•o i rsion of the facts in the late much tallied
about, -Tytig, trial." and also the tono and temper
or your remarks, in a late, and on, or more
previous oditoriAls? A man like yourself, who
professi to, "baleve in law and order," should
he very slow to 'commend atm applaud a clergy
man of [ any namo or party, who violates the good
order and discipline of his church, and tramples
OD or Jame. Perhaps the - obnosions
canon had 'be for be repealed'; let those who
think so make move to repeal it, but not mean
6tne treat it a obsolete, or already abolished,
t, The fact is, all denominations hare similar rules,
'and it is absurd .and unchristian to hold the Epis
copal Church up to public odium, as - being alone
in restraining the liberty of preaching. You
1. have never seen a case of insubordination analo
'.: gotta to this in the Methodist ministry, for in
stance. There. was a similar case in . New York
State mit long ago, and tho offender, Rev. Mr.
Itegersj'was dealt with and suspended, if I mis
take not : . Rev. L. L. Rogers relates the circum
stances M a late Gospel, Messenger.
If R4vl, Mr. Tyng has received the commission
he elnimi l --to go uhto all the world' and preach
th.., Gospel to every creature, I will venture, to
say that in his own city and diocese, and even
within sound of his Wiz Church bells, there are
f thousands of needy souls, who have never heard
i f - the glad tidings. In that teeming hive, ho can
find representatives of all the world, for whose
soul no man has cared. Why does ho not bring
his burning zeal and love to enlighten these dark
places ? In this he won dbe sure of the counte
nance and aid of his B shop. It was at best an
equivocal compliment oh 4 Methodist friend in
. New BrOnswick, the parent insinuation, that
his congregation are of those to whom the Gospel
had yetlto be preached!
Charity'may hope that his course has beer
taken, for "The maintenance,of quietness, peace
and !of's , amongst all christians;" which lie
promises at his ordination to labor for, at ell
times.. If thadvas his object, the results must
have caused great disappointment; as no such
fruits are to be foundetut abundance of the op
posite evils, upioar, contention ' and hatred.
You Speak of St. Paul as of one antedating
canons. Of course; but what are his epistles but
a series df'canotis, as he organized the Church of
Christ in Coriaa, in Ephesus, at Rome? Ile was
a very autocrat among the younger bishops and
elders. Never may he be cited as permitting in
subordination. „Ills preachers went when and
vthete they were 'sent,' and staid where they
l‘i!ro 'left.' Tint. iv. 12—Titus i. 5. ..
Against another thing I would protest—calling
names deemed qpprobrions. Suppose Ima a
/Ugh Churchman, or a Low Churchnian, or mere
ly n Prayer Book Churchman. boos not the
rumprehensive platform of our reformed Cath
elle Clutch afford standing room enough for all ?
Is not tlakprimitivo rule wide enough for its.
"in thing*lbssential, unity: In non essentials,
I . ll Artr:* . l_ti till things , cluirity
a safe and satisfactory rule, to govern our con
duet towards others. Taste and feeling differ, in
individuals; and what is promotive of devotion
onective, might prove a hindrance in another.
tut ore are not to judge, or speak evil of out.
The best way to neutralize the injurious terf r
dPnoieg or ultraism or fanaticism is to let it alone,
%n it is soon consumed 6v its own flame.
notoriety of persecution is what many persons
most covet.- Mr. Tyng, for insta
(and with goal reason us appea l
salty) that could be only got pre
ho novid have a bigger' Church
So mush for "the martyr (and ".
nineteenth century l" And so m
motion of . iistrrr,_PEac :
March 14th 1868.
Our correspondent does not exactly understand
our position. We give all Christian 'Ohuithes
credit for laboring for the rederalditfn of the race,
excepting ono only, which we will not mention.
Each denomination has a churth rility all its
own; end each is privileged to work ,under its
rules where those rUIeS do not contravene the
higher law promulgated by the qrptit, Founder of
Christianity. But when aehurch canon interferes
with the fullest freedom to sprettd religious truth,
it conflicts with the law as laid tdown by Christ
in the last chapter of Mark; and in the conflict
it dies the death. I •
We ait to treat all donomina "ens with cour
tesy. When any , denotninatio disciplines its
ministers for preaching the fru h anywhere, wo
shall be as free to critioiso and condemn as we
were in the case in hand. Doubtless Mr. Tyng
might find heathen nearer his own Church doo r s,
but aro they not free to go and hear him? And if
they happen to be on the other lido of the canon
line, is ho free to go to them? The fact chances
to be that Mr. Tyng was in New Jersey on a
visit, and preached in a Methodist Church by
invitation. The church chanced to' be within the
parish of Messrs. Stubbs and Boggs. Hence
the t '
As to St. Paul: If our corresj4ndent will turn
to the epistle to the Galatains that apostle's value
of canons may bo learned. The 'Galatians bad
abandoned Grace for the Judaic canons. "Fool
ish Galatians!" wrote Paul; and proceeded to
explain to them that baying gone back to the
law, Christ was made of none effclet. •
If, as our correspondent states : lll4r. Tyng cour
ted the discipline, Messrs. Stubbs and Boggs are
impeached of common sense in assisting him to
gain his point. They may be very pious men,
but we cannot find it easy to eat husks when
there is wholesome food at hand.i
BIG FLOCK OF PIGEONS.j7A flock of
pigeons covering a breadth of abo 50 feet and
consuming ten minites transit passed over
thisvillno Friday morning. Al owing the rate
of speed to' be 75 miles an hour, N'OliCl2 is not too
much, the flock covered a space 121 miles by fifty
To vim LADIES TIOCIA vOAINTT.—The Un
dersigned liaveing taken the agency for Tioga
County of the best family Sowing Machine now
in use, wishes to say to the ladies that he will
be at the door of every house in' the county, du
ring the coming season. withl the celebrated
Wilcox * Gibbs Sewing Machine; and all par
ties thinking of getting a Machine will do Iron
to defer their purchases until they have seen this
favorite among the ladies. For farther particu
lars sec;advertisement, or address, Geo. C. Bowen,
Dr. T. S. PE RAFT 3G
several other surgeons of the iplace, removed
another ovarian tumor from a li l dy in this city
yesterday. The tumor weighed over thirty
pounde—Theilatient is doing finely. Elmira Adv.
Persons wishing to _consult Dr. E. Smith of
Mansfield, should do so aronce as the Dr. moves
West the firet of April. , There will ho an auction
sale of household property at his residence Stit
urday, March 28th, at 1 o'clock P. M. Terms
reasonable, all persons indebted to the Dr. arc
requested ‘ to call and settle immediately and
save cost. 2w.
LONG—KEENEY.—In Keenyville, on the Bth
inst., by P. G. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Wm. B. Long,
of Corning, and Miss Sophronia Keeney, of Mid
CALKINS.—In East Charleston, March, •8,
Annio IL daughter of Ephraim and Jane Calkins,
aged 2 years.
Limon , that thou art happy,
Beyond the land of death,
That thy brow my gentle Annie,
Wears the Seraph's shining wreath
AUSTIN.—At her residence in Charleston, on
iho 7th inst., of Consumption. Marin, wife of
Nathan Austinfin the 45 year of her age.
The wubject of this-obituary while in life was
amiable and intelligent, and by her uprightness
of character and unvaried meekness won the es
teem of all who were acquainted with her. She
bore her sickness with patience and christian for
titude, rejoicing in the prospect of a glorious
home in heAven. Lovely in lile peaceful in death.
We•trust slie will appear glorious in the resurrec
Funeral I S'erviees by the uriter assisted by
Elder Brookman. C. D. Kmir.Y.
EVANS.—At Covington, on the 12th inst.,
after a short illness, 'Mrs. Almira W, wife of Will
iam Evans, aged 33 years and 11 months.
She is lamented nut only by her grief-stricken
companion, and five motherless children, but by
the whole community.
I‘74:›ti cl 0 t:t I" ..a.3Eal:r e:,axl.si I
U. STATES EXCISE TAX
Eighteenth C'olte' ction District of Penn
sylvania, comprising the. Counties of
Centre, t,,geoming, ()Linton, Tiogq and
OTICE is hereby given, pursuant to the prof
_Li visions of Sec. 9th of the A etapproved July
13th, 1866, that tho list of valuations assessments
or enutneratious, made limier the internal Rev
enue Laws, and tahen by the several Assistant
Assessors of this District. will remain open at
their offices fur the space of ten days prior to the
dote fixed to hear appeals, for the examination of
all persons interested.
The Assessor will receive arid determine ap
peals, relative to trent:vas or exces'siva valuations,
at his office, in Bellfon te, Center County, Pa., on
MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY; the
141.11, 14th, and lt,th days of April, 1868.
All appeals t) the Assessor must bo made in
writing, tspecifying the matter respecting which
a decision is requested' and stating the ground
of inequal icy or error complained of.
R. 11. FORSTER, Assessor.
Relleconte, March 16, 1868.
SPRINT} has come, and ttrOTti desiring full
barns can have them by buying
• 3Pleterter •
at the Mill of I. Ch:unpney Co., which we are
selling at $6 per ton at our mill on Elk Run.—
MI kinds of Produce taken in exchange fur
Platster. Give us a call,
I. CIIAMPIIEY sic CO.
Gaines, Tioga, Co., Pa., March 26,1868-6m*.
THE Schoolßoard of Delmar will meet 'pt tho
I. Graded School House, Stony Fork, April
lb, 1868, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of
hiring Tcactiers for tho Sunitner,Sehools. Teach
ers will take. notice. JOHN WILLIAMEE,
April 1, 181A-2w. President.
MOE Overseers of tho Poor in the several town-
Flap and boronghs of the County aro hereby
notified that the County House will be in readi
ness to receive inmates on Monday, April d; 1868:
• I'. V. VANNESS Concern.
Mareb, 20, "68-2 w. JOB R'EXFORD JJJ
Flowers, Grape-Vines, and Garden
HARRY MIX, OF I TOWANDA OFFERS
FOR SALE— •
Climbing, and other, an endless i• ariety ;
Vet lamas, Dignottins, Geraniums, Pel
ar.:onitims, Pe,tualas. Heliotropes, Lantana', ..te.
All the - approved varieties—Some two yenta
old, in pots. Ail true to name.
Tornatee4,—overy variety, 'Cabbages, Cauli
flowers. Pepper a
Cucumbers, and Eg,q nis, its Pots.,,
Plants carefully packed. sent safely to almost
any distance. Persons in the Eastern part of
the Cuunti;i -- an y-scud their orders iry mull and
receive the plants bi -- stage. Orders loft with
WiliBTA5l ROBERTS, nt bin Bard-ware Store
in Wolisboro, will have promptattention. All
may depend upon getting plants exactly as or
dered, and in good condition.
Towanda, Pa. March 25. 1868-tt,
L AM PS
A dew It ind of /amp for Kero•cnc—
no breakage of chimneys—at FpLEY'S.
co, i ti , ho asserted
re from tho re-
Aented • for trial,
than his father!
.postle,") 'of the
eh for the pre
: AND JUSTICE.
Notice to Teachers.
County House Notice.
THE AMERICAN, COOKING STOVE
• - Bury.ALo, Sept, 6, 1866.
Messrs.,BrieArt, RAM:Ann lc Co.: ;"
Gentlernen Ericlend find draft for amount of
your bill for the seven-Ina American- Co;Axing'
Stoll.. The stove arrived all right; -and I= am
running it with waste shingles, which I buy at
shingle factory, at a, cost of ,sevenry,-,cents per
weCIC; aria eon imi t with - Otfi x at4ff, ii,er ton,
for le'ss: I used to fint an efght-inch for eighty
four cents per week—coal $0 per ton—and kept
tire night and day.' I have sold hundreds of
styles of stoves; but, I siy, without prejudice (nots,
that, I am out of tho stove business), I have never
seen so economical, con'venient, well. arranged ;
and durable a stove ea .- the American, and think
its egruft has not yet been furnished to the Amer
R. P. ROSE.
For Sale by CONVERSE & OsaooD Wcllaboro Pa
March 184 w.
The larges, l'estandLtheap9pt ussort
went of Triunes ever brought into Tiogn County,
with large'victUres in et - cry waY tb suit, and card
photographs at $l,OO per doz., all going fast nt
rank Speneer's,A„rt Gallery, Manefleil, Pa.
SPEC[ AL. NOTICES.
REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD USE
AM I LY
It is tho simplest in use and tljo least diable to
get ait of order.
31, Its attachments arc InOCC practi 1 than that of
Any other machine. -
Mt, It Ii the cheapen.
4th. It mins the oiliest, modest and fastest..
. You can not turn it baeltivarda, find' tbereby
avoid breaking needles.
Uth, It uses a straight needlo and loss liable to break
Tlio necalc 13 self adjustingaralcan't besot wrong
Sth, It 1/AC3 Liut, ono clirtant dr thus ovoids the compll•
coot] machine*• necessary Confinable thread machinery
Mil, It move direct from - lho spool,
'nib; Tha se. - nn hrinero elastic khan that or any
II tlt, Its tension is tho simplest uttd.hctMn4utc„,,,
12th 1t balk es the - Avg:4ol temp chl - ip4titch 'deg.
tint with"this smktbinOnnd matte by, no eaters. which
for general purposes - is snperlor,to any other breve,
13th; Every machine to warranted perfect and the)
purchaser will he learned to master every kind of work.
14th, It does every kind of wotk such as hemming,
cording, braiding, tucking, felling ite.
All lettera concerning this nin bine, addressed to
the agent will receive prompt attention.
GEO. C. MAVEN, Agent, Knoxville, Pa.
COLGATE & CO.'S
c 94 GERMAN
C-) A 11 1 ERASIVE - SOAP
~,, t .
N. ir y 0
Ie manyfYetured from PURE
MATERIALS, anti mny 6 be re».
sidered the STANDARD ON EX.
OELLENQII. For gate by, all
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'LTA IT PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EX+
perience, an entire sitccess; Simple-=Prompt—
t thelont, and Reliable. They are the only Medicines
perfectly adapted to popular use—so simple that mis.
taken cannot be made in using them ; so harmless as to
be free from danger, and so efficient as to be always re.
liable.. They have raised the highest commendation
from all, and will always render satisfaction. -
1. el/"A Fevers, Coogostion, Inflammation'
2, t h War Mar Worm-Ferer, Worm-Colic
(1.,' Crying:Colic, ogeething of infante— 25
4. iti N, Diarrkosa of children or adults
5, do• , ,DEßOliterir, Griping, Bilious Collor
0, do Cb.OI.OVa*MOTMIB. Voiniting
7, do CoUghs. Colds, WombMs r 25
8 , 4 10 Neuralgia, Toothache, Focencho - 25
9, do Eleadachos,,Sick•licadaclio, Vertigo... 25
10, ao Dyspepsia, iuttoto Stomach 25
11, do Suppressed or painful Periods
12, do W kti,toB, too prolmso Periods '25
13, do Croup, Congh, digieolt ilreothlng ,25
14, ,to Salt Rheum, Erykipohni, Eruptions... 25
15, du Rheumatism, Rheumatic Palma . 25
IV, <<u Fovor and Zigno, Chill Nowt*, Agnes 50
17, do Piles, blind or bleeding GO
IS, (iv °Avg:lab:o7,ml sore or week Eyes.— 50
10, do Catarrh, acute or chronic Influenza CO
Whooping-COI:let, violent Congtm.. 50
sir do ikatillll,o oppressed Breathing 50
do Ear Discharges, impaired Hearing.. 50
Scrofula, enlarged glands, Swellingn.. GO
'4. do General Debility, Pltymicni Wo.tknots. to
.10 D ro p s y, nod ocality SeCret:Onn f)0
'4l Ito Sea.SiclEfiegg,sicicnekn from riding— 50
do Xlidney-Disease, Travel
NOTVOIIB DObility, Seminal Etta..
81un6, involuntary Ifili-etuirgem 1 00
0, do Sore Month, Canker 00
0, du Urinary we a k ness . Ivettiog bed... 60
a, 'do Painful Periods, with sita tt int3 ......
ti" Sufferings st ett,titttt• of life ICO
:1, do r e pilepsv,:intuknoi.....t. Vita.' Wheel ..... 1 Of,
:t. do Diphtheria. it_ I
cended Sore Throat td)
Y 11.1.3. MOROCCO CASI:, CONTAINING A
CI FIC I Oft I..Vt:ItY ORDINARY DItIk I AHE A FAMILY
stII , II:CT lu, AND A ROOK OY 011tVCTIoNs pm 00
'ilndler 1:k Ni TRAYI.I.INO GUMS, with 2.0 to
25 %lA, $.O to $8
- Pet ines tot ill loistkvirE Di E I.ALS . bath for Celt
txn .1 n 1 fur I'nLVLAIivC I reatlpout, anit
alti and pocket cost, $2 to $5
Tileht) itemedlett by tho Cabo or single box, tiro
rut to isy part of tI4O cutnatry, by Mail or Exprcaa,
aargc. nu secuipt of the pike.
A , 1.11 cf. Humphreys. ppebiflc -
homeopathic Medicine Company
Dipa, No. 562•DILOADAVAY, NEW YORIC
Dr, II U:41'111:1,1 is consulted daily at: his arise, pert
sonalty or by letter, as.abovO, for 41 iorms of disease.
.10/1 SA LE BY ALL .thaIaGLETS. ,
August 21. 15th-IY.
wEI ITB cLoomy , AT;FEN DAN Tti,—LOW
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eSt•IONN, 1,..5t , OP SEMEN, SPERMATORREICO.A,
Loss OF Powtic, DIZZY IItAD,LOS MEM.
CRY .SND THREATENED IMPOTENCE NNW DI
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C.tima.ed of the niebt valuable mild and lioieut Cu
ran vt , t, the.% •traio ut 011C0-tild root of till matter, tone
op Ow system, arre.st Iho discharges, and JOlPort vigor
awl euct gy, lifts and vitnlity to the They
bu‘.• thoulantitt of (Ivies. Piicd $5 liar package of
Et Ix vi:il, or jU 4)er-tangle box:-geld by drug
and ,wet by mail uu reeeipt of price. Addreng
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-rethane fir ;linking end' tieing the simple remedy by
width It was enrol of it In affection and that dread
diacase Cen.annttion. ilia only object is to benefit the
afflicted 41111 i ha hopes eve, y nutlet - LT will try thin pre,
ScriptiaW, as it will cast them nothing, and may prove
a hlta,ing. Pleni•o itddreem
it,EV. EDWARD A, WILSON,
22;111;0k-1y, Kipgs Co., N.Y.
A ficutleman trio eulTered for years from Nprvons
Dehility;i'keniatitroDecity, and all the effects et !Youth
ful indi4c‘retion;All, for the sake of stifferlog homisn
ity, send free to ull,who need it, the recipe and
tiAne for making the simple remedy by which he was:
cure d, Sufrerete wishing to profit by the advertiser's'
experience, can to so by tOtireSsins, in perfect confi
dence, JOIN P. ; OGDEN.
22may07-Iy. 42 Cedar Stmt. Now York.
Farm Farm for Sale.
/VHF ...tibseriber offers for Sale a. farm in Jack
" ran toesti,liip, on Alder Run•near Mitchell's
Mill, containing 100 acres-05 improved, and 35,
wiitiil land. SUid ftime ltai a now frame boutle,'
giibd barn. iotink n`pplev-ibiebard and kood'ciotof
111,reon. lib.° 80 acres timber land adjoining,
which will he said with the above if dettiied.—
The above property will be sold chimp.
term , . ealq. Inquire at thia"Offteo, or
GEO. W. HUDSON,
on the pretnirte.
March 2.5, 1865.-3 m
NEW JEWELRY STORE
IN WELLSBORO, PA
T M. WARItINIII: Sc CO: 'would "aay that
they have opened a hop in David Hart's
sone, on Main Stroet, !hero
. con bo founsittie
larg6gt clock (if " •
vy A Toll ts A tv . D. j.i.nvvii4tty
er PITFIcaI in Wellstatrn
SPECTACLES. PIPES, VIOLINS, VIO
tAN't...attiNc; 'AND TIXTIIItES,..`
iLr. LLs..r with hinny other Notion
on imulicrotts tp monition here. They fire ftlan
irej.Nreti to do
Clock and Watch Work
in nil it: v.it 'noir/lir:niche , : in it mnn:
)Ikfr and truck and gmlay A ft ij
he eiwrih and to , trpre-ented, t'or en,lt on dolly.-
'cry. Call and t•eit us, 1. M. VA It R (Xi?, it.
.Nandi e. it. svAnit;N'Eß.
bn Ftrico s Temper/mei, Itnpi
l'a. It. 0.,13A I itE;Yi Proprirlqr, .11o)rses awl
Carriages to lat.-3101.011 S i 18fi8.—If.
'l%tv(7'' §ifinvo' dbobs
~A.. Parsons &' Cols
C!lPff CASH STORE!
i : ,
BARGAINS' :,SPANYLS t ;BALMOR
ALS, DREES -- ;GOitiBS, TABLE
•• " • .
;, t• • •4
, a I
OUR Stook is large and will givo satisfaction
OH to prices.", White Goad such as Jacko
*nets, Nainsooks,,•Stripes; Checks, tinlantS, &C,,
nra ninon lower in pikes, titui in root variety.
•DoueitiCs, such as
, . .
PRINTS, - SHEETING% SHIRTING%
RENTUCKY;4EANS, &C. I
•, , I
Wo havq a hindsome stock, and are/selling
it at the lowest cash prices the market wiA afford.
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We invite the attention of close burta tp
stock, assuring them that ttlrill pay tlim to, call
March 25, 1865
/THE COMMISSIONERS of .Tioga county
will meet km the purpose of hewing-appeals
from the as,essinents of the several Assessors of
the County, on Wedriesdny, March 18th,
and nt any other time during their sessions up 1.14
the 3th aay ofJune-mixt. E. llsttr l
P V. VAN N nes Cenak
T. Ai.t.ki4, Clerk. Rkxvonn.
WeilAmirti, March IS, 186.9.-3 t
lA oTtcw TO,= AO,IISIIS:4Tho School Di
rectors' of giddlebury twill `Meet at _ the
house of John Redington, Saturday, April 4,
proximo, for the purpotte, of hiring teachers for
the several Schools in Middlebury. Teachers
will pleaEc attend. - By, order of_thoßoard.
Go to KELLEY'S and $430 filo Latest Arrival of
r-,. , L ( 0 , 01).S !!
Consisting of u,genoral vssorttneneof
0 Qr C? w
) .rx,l •
poi g ,t 4 Cc(
v 1;lt it '
E - 4 o
n 8 ,
. 4 '
MRS. Fll 'S CORSET' AND SKIRT
S i AarpaH:4-0- 4 311aj; m s pll oqi ooe pnv tivo loaf
NEW DRESS GOODS AT KELLEY'S
saarias )u, su4vms aNtut
GENTS' FURS AT KELLEY'S.
No charge for SHOWING GOODS at.
1 , •
0. B. KELLEY'S,
Wellsboro; Oct; 304867.
' Dr. W, • . K, TAILOR
•, . •
• vrE'nArtllE AND MECHANICAL
OSCEOLA, TIOQA COUNTY, PA.
OFFICE—First house in rear of Block. Filling and
Extracting, carefully , and enconeafally , done. /
: Chlcrio form or Utther adMiratdered When desired:
Oa - All kinds of Plate Vijork,done inn workmanlike
manner and warranted.: '
;Call and (=Mille. apetnene. •
, Oaceola. March 4,068 " •
Farm for Scde.
- riONTAINI,I4(I 55 peres, ; 45 of .whieh a e tin;.
kj der good cultivation, with a frame house,
'frame barn, and excellent apple And . . tie eb or
'chard in bearing, thereon. The farm is w II wa
tered, and lies about three miles west of t e vil-,
lagil of, .Coyington, Tioga Co. Ta.i •ii"or ter sin.
quire on the preatiscs, of. • . IRA GRAVEE 4 . - •
Covitigtow,.Feb. 26, 1868—if.• * • ;" ''
hT"?undersigned having been , appointaitait
' Au ditor in tie eaeo of Commonwealth vi
Orrin Blair, Jacob Ili4botd 4 .Charlos„Lee, to
assess damages sustained by any person or per. ,
sons ,who claim ;lay part of ebo sum of money
`pow in Court, arising. from the forfeiture of re-
Cognistinco upon which the above suit is found•
ed, and to make destribution .thercut according
to law, hereby giveamt(ce that he.willattend to
the duties of, bilk!. appoint wont at bistotllcti in
Wellsburg, Pa , on Wednesday the 16 . th donor,
April, 180, nt ' 2' o i elmb, r. st.,'whon 'and where
nll porsons aro required to present their - Chita,.
vr he forever debarred from coming , 1n for h ,
pipit, of said fund. J.lst(l. I. All follEbt, '' •
war. 18. 1868 -4v, - Auditor
~_ ~ r
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ToNADg ! . , ?,
.. l' ~,.-
J.:A. rAitsots : & co.;
Corriing, N. Y.
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00X!,NIN(1, N. Y.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
TWDEUS DAVIDS'iNR.S, KEITH'S
OVERELL'g - FLUID, EL ,
BI(RNETT'S 0000 AI E, FLAVORING
. EXTRAOTS, ICEROSENE'.LAMPS,
IPATENT MEDICINES, ROCA
/ ESTER PERFUMERY
D FLANORINGtiXTIIACTS,' WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, ,
) WHITEWASH LIME
AND DYE COLORS,
ArNTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
, • MED-
. 1 ,
E 3 dat Wholesale Pri \l 4s. Buyers are r equested
t call and gic'quotations 'efote going further
W. D. TERRELL & CO
, Jan. 1, 1868-•1y
SOMETHING 'NEW IN WELLSBORO
will pay oath for any amount of\
333 CA. CA- SS
Delivered at my Store, where you can find a
choice stook of
FLOUR, FEED, MEAL, PORK, FISH,
For sale at reasonable prices for Cash or Barter
Matett , ll3, c l/18, ,
PHIS is to give notice : That on the 25th day
• 1 of ..Tannary A. D. 1868 a warrant in Bank
ruptcy was bladed against the estate of William
B. Keyes, of Tioga, in the county of Tioga,
and State of Penn's, who. has been adjudged a
Bankrupt on his own petition; that the pay
ment of any debts and delivery of any property
belonging to such Bankruot to him or for his use
and the transfer of any property by him are fbr
bidden by law ; that a meeting of the creditors of
said Bankrupt to prove their debts and to choose
one or more Assignees of his estate will be hol
den at'tho office.of F. K. Smith, ii Tioga, Penn
sylvania, before' P. R.. Smith, Register, on the.
22d day of April, A. D. 1868, at 3 o'clock P. M.
THOMAS A. 'ROWLEY,
U. S. Marshal est'n Dist. Pa.
12,-1888-4w. per D. Camerrin, Daley.
CLOTHING : :
De LANO & Co.,
e• t , " ' • . ,
AVE added to their stock a complete as
,n eortment of
Which they -Offer at 25 ,per cent rose than such
Goods were over sold for in
Good snits for.
BUSH DE LANG. 1
L. DAME. ' 1
Wellaboro, Nov. 20, 1067.-1 y
LADIES' Vesta and ' Drawers, it
De LANO 4t DO'S,
CARPETS at New York Priem_ at
Do LANO A OO'S.
C OTTON XARN, at
A LAI . (!3 . stoe!c, ofootti m atii i lage,s i at
at Do LANO
TVANCY CLOAKINGS, at
Do LAN 0 4,
Home Life Insurance Co.,
Igo, 268 BROAWAY, NEW YORK.
ALL the not profits of thin Company go 'to
No forreitu're of Poliolos.
No Limitation as to residence or Travel.
The-Borne has an ample Cash Capital moat ao
WALTER S. RUFF/TM
omonou C. RIPLEY,
I. IL PROTHINGIIAISI,,' .......
WM, 4, oCty.Frk,, ....... ACTUARY.
MORGAN HART, Ag't, %Yelleboro
M. Bi PRINCE
. . $lO,OO
&c.; - &c.
DE LANO & CO, I
De LANG do CO'S.
HE GREAT DRAMA OP X6B
ilson & Van Yalkenburg's
PUBL I C. BENEFIT I
In view of the contemplated Railroad soon to
. be built to NlTolleboro, the proprietors have
.oneluded to give the people hereabouts, daily
ntertainments through the year, commencing on
• e 14th of January.. The - first piece, entitled,
`ME AND LET LIVE!:
IN Two CHARACTERS
WILSON VAN VALKENIIHRO
This great drama has drawn crowded houses
;oth in this and the old Grountries, and is ad-
Wed by all to be ono of the moat profitable, in
tsresting, and best pieces oxtant
TieltetS to the Drees Circle—PßEE.
We w'i'sh it distinctly understood, that all
lassos of politicians, and even 'thoso who fad
little Woltlsh—and fact none nro excluded
BAZAAR OF FASHION!
AVhere we can furnish any style, kind and
uality of Gentlemen's wearing apparel on short
otice, and nt prices astonishingl low.
CUTTING- DONE ADMIRABLY
oths, Cassimeres, Vestiugs, Ladies'
Cloths, and a large variety of
- ' Ladies' Dress GOods.
Beet kinds, and as cheap as the cheapest
Tickets to the Parquette—FßEE.
In this great Tragedy for thelenefit of the
t oldie, we would not omit saying to the Ladies
at we also keep everything to replenish their
Como ono and all and witness the above en
t:rtainmont. We do not claim to be old Stars,/
.tzt sball endeavor to do ounbest to-giro nil Ole
• orth of their. money. . .
Reserved Seats. for the Ladies. , •
4,3 4 -
• Remember the place,
vO. 2, UNION LOCK_
N. B.—No shall give our' atrons the full ben•
fit of the decline in prices, and extending
em our thanks for tho very liberal patronage
icrotofore extended, we solicit a continuanc
f tho same.
VA VALKENB_ \ N
WILSON & RO
Welifibm, Jan. 15, 1.08 tf. •
J. R. Bowen & Co.,
AVE just received from the city a large and
varied assortment of
'l ought since the dcline in prides„ and will be
old accordingly. - Ve respoctfully invite atten.
ion to our Btpck of .
ASSIMEItES, - BEAVER CLOTHS,
It largo lino of
ERINOS, EMPRESS' CLOTHS, AL
I APACAS, and other DRESS GOODS
and DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Aleo, a largo and new assoitaaant of
I,EADY MADE. CLOTHING,
at greatly reduced priee;.
ADIES' FIIRS—a nice assortment, 11017
• and cheap.
BON—TON, and oilier kinds of HOOP
YANKEE NOTION S ,
HATS AND CAPS, HARDWARE
8 AND i MADE BOOTS AND SHOES,
• nd many other things which we will be pleased
t. show to all who will call and examine our
Stock of Goods
eforo purehaeing elsewhere, as wo believe it will
ay you for your Limo anti trouble.
MALL - PROFITS, .QUICK SALES, &
READY PAY IS OUR MOTTO.
Don't forgot to call at the
mpire Store, No. 1 Union Blbek.
IVollsboro, Nov. 13, 1387.
tones & 0 Tin Ware
FOR THE MILLION.
Good people all, bothjgredgand email,--if you
ant to koop
7 PEACE IN THE IAMILY
ou must have enough to oat, dry wood, a good
• ire, well-behaved children, and to crown all, a
IP . TOP COOKING STOVE!
bis last:and crowning good, I have at my Tin
'nd Steve establishment, opposite Roy's Block,
CreHeber°, arid ite name Is the .
HOME COMPANION ;
tn . 211 band!' :Omitted to be 'equal to any in the
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
Ipromptly, and warranted to give satisfaction
lioxeented in the bout manner and with dispatch
CALL AND SEE ME
Wellsbornugh, Nov. 21, 1887
" BEE. 111V11 EXCHANGE!"
Old sixty-seven—new sixtY-eight—
The old sleeps with its fathers;
The new stanaktiocking at the gate
Of every mortal ; ' And MATTIERS
UnLIKE the beei and the be,ars,
(hide his life renewed by the elear, 0001, braking
atom:Thera of Winter, and Ids determination to
MAKE EVERYBODY RICH,
And Avho gives as a reason, (and a good reason it
is, too) that if a fellow gets caught at stealing a
tip-top article of
and so forth, he can't be accused of TRY/NO TO
CHEAT musk:LT; blit if a Mimi is caught at
stealing a poor article, and' is coNTICTEn AND
scsr lir his rernoite roust be terrible;
I suppose that when the old maps maids con
sole themselves with the Saying/
"There's fts good fish / in the sea as
were ever qaught out ylf it,"
they don't allude to my DIACKEILEL. And when
people complain of n'had cough, they don't al
lude to my Couanr. But when they epee o
GREAT- AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
I suppose they do mean my stock of Teas; wLich
are, as theEldei• Weller said of advice "Wznar
GOOD A:Yr WERII ' Y CIIVAP."
I ate further able to say that people will eat
much or little; in proportion to their appetite,
and will pay for much or littk, according to
tlMir money. T sell Tea by the itliarter pound,
/ of course, but mfor to wholesale it in packages
of not Less than
and, by persuasion, can be induced to sell it
chest of a dozen pounds to one customer.
~„• = 2 •
D. >P. ROBERTS
BROTHERLY LOVE CONTINUES.
By the way have you hoard anything of tbo
, chap who STEALS HIS GROCERIES at the
MACKEREL & WHITE FISH,
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrup/
will buy and sell
At such rates as shall enable buyer and spller
Sleep sound o' nights,
havicg consciences void of offLce
WeHabana, Jan. 8, ?68. W. T. MATHERS
T. L. BALDWIN & Gil.,
ARE RECEIVING their stock of FALL nif
Consisting of agoneral assort oat of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY,
GLOVES, SHAWLS, KNIT -GOODS,
HOOP SKIRTS, BALMOREL
SKIRTS, SILKS, DOMES
', TICS, FLANNELS,.
Ladies' loakings, Cloths and Cassi
meres, (31 1 loves and Mittens,
Boots and Shoes,
Under Clothing, Hate, and Caps, Yan
kee Notions, Carpets, Oil Cloths,
Paper Hangings, Groceries, ,
' Flour, Feed, Pork,
Rams; Sugars, Teas,:golgtises , Syrups,
Coffees, Fish, Oils, Paints, Spices,
Extracts, Wooden Ware,
Brooms, Pails, Tubs,
Hard Ware, Crockery, Glass Ware,
Stationery, Salt, Nails, Iron
In fact, a general assortment and as large a
stock as you will find to select, from outside of
tpe city. All kinds of
taken [al ezehapge for Goods. Wo buy good
goods and will sell as cheap as anybody. I
constantly on hand.
' 4 ' T. L. BALT)WII4 .Ir.
Tioga, Pa., Cot. 9, 1967. .
TVWli7 i cr
.OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
MESSRS. KING . & EASTMAN would la
form their friends and the publio generally
that they have fitted up a now Photograph . Gal
lery in tho best possible style. Raving one of
best SKY.LIGIITS in the State, we are prepared
to take alt styles and sizes,of
AMBROTYPES & MELANEOTYPES
in the beet artistic manner, for Lockets or Cases,
large e r r small. Large PHOTOGRAPIIS copied
from email Cards or old Daguerreotypes of de
ceased friends. No trouble to Asks
Sample proofs always given when ordered•—
Cemo and try nu.
Alr'Gallery over Eastman's Dental Office,
Filth Door below I:toy's Drug Store.
Jan. 15, 1168-1 y..,
IN BANKRUPTCY.—This is to give notice:
That on the 24th day of Octt. A. D. 1867, a
warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the
estate of Lewis J. Stone, of Clymer tap.,
county' Tioga, and State of Penn'a, who has j
been adjudged. Bankrupts on his own Petition ;
that the payment of any debts and delivery of
any property belonging to such Bankrupt, to •
them or for their use and the transfer of any pro- j
party by him are forbidden by law; that a meet,
ing of the creditors of the said Bankrupt to - I
prove their debts and to choose one or more As- 1
signees of the estate, will be held at a Court ofj
Bankruptcy, to be holden at the office of F. E.I
Smith, in Tioga, county of Tioga. and State of j
Penn'a, before F. E. Smith, Register, on'the 22d
day of April, A. D. 1868, at 11 o'clock. A. M.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY,
U. S. Marshal est'n Dist. Pa.
Per DAVID CAMEHOIS k Deputy. j• •
March 11, 1868.-4 w
BOOK AGENTS WANTED—For DR. WIL- •
LIAM SMITH'S DIOTIONARY OF THE
BlBLE.—Written by 70 of the most distinguish
ed Divines in Europe and America. Illustrated
with over 125 Steel and Wood Engravings. In
one largo Octavo volume Price $3,50. The
only edition published„in America, .Condensed
by Dr. Smith's own bane. IVe employ no Gen.
oral Agents and offer extra inducements to Ag'ts _
dealing with us. Send for descriptive circulars,
and see our terms.
J. B. BURR, Publishers, Hartford, Ct.
March 4,1868-4 f. •
WE the undersigned, Trustees appointed by
the court of Common Pleas of Tioga corm=
tg in Domestic attachment in the case of Aaron
Cole, and Thomas Colo vs. A. E. Farntun defend
ant hereby give notice that we require all persons
indebted to the defendant A. E. Farm:ire, and all'
persons holding property tbelonging to him to
pay and deliver all such sums of money and
property belonging to such defendant tol us is
such .trustees p and all persons having claims
against said Farnurn, to present their respective
accounts or demands, as required by Law. - That
our residence is Lawrenceville, Ticiga l Co. Pa.,
where any business pertaining to said estate
will ho attended to.
S. I. POWER,
C. S. MATHER, Truitoes
Lavirenceville, Fob. 19, 1888-6 w. ' .
BORO - ORDINANCE. .
~_,. i. - _-_ - t „,
RELATING To notta Ea) CATTLE &C., 'CUNNING AT
LARGE, &C. 1
Tis hereby ordained by authority of tbo Bur
gess and Council of the Borough of We.stfield,
Pa., that it! shall be the duty of the Pound Master,
High Constable or any other person of said Bor
ough, to take up and deliver to the Pound Master
any borseS. cattle, mules, sheep, swine or geese,
found running at arge within the limits of said
Boro, after the 20th day of March, A. D. 1868:
That any - person taking up horses, &o , as afore
said shall be entitled-to ten cents for each and
every animal so taken up and delivered to the
Pound Master, the same to be paid by the Pound
Master, and the Pound Master shall charge the
) - ar g °
sum of fifty cents and ton cents add9l, for each
and every day, or part thereof, for each and
every animal kept by him in the pound ; i
hat if ho shall keep any animal or a
longer period than a day. at any one time ho
shall charge ono dollar per day for every (day
after the first, which India orsums shall be paid
by the owner or earners thereof. and it shall VD
the duty of the Pound Master to advertise all,
animals left in the pound for a longer period
than one day, for `the space of.one week, in three
of the mosf.publii places of said Borough, at the
end of which time if they are not -reclaimed and'
charges paid by the owner or owners thereof, he
is authorized to sell them at public auction, for
which service he shall charge the further sum of
ono doll ar, and it shall be his duty to pay over.
tliii balance of the proceeds of such sale, if any,
infn the hands of the Borough Treasurer, for the
u - Sfi of the owner or owners thereof and if not
claimed within ono year by ho owner or owners,
aforesaid it shall be forfeited to the use of said
Borough, and the Pound Master shall pay over
into the Borough Treasury for the use of the
13orotta ono half of all moneys i arising and re
ceived by him on account of any animal, or ani
mals, boieg by him impounded. ' ,
AMBROSE CLOSE, Burgess. .
J. C. STR4IG, Sec'y
ELKL4ND BOROUGH ORDINANCE.
A T a regular meeting of the Town Council of
2 - 11 L Elklnnd Borough on Saturday March 7th,
1868, the following ordinance was passed:
That every lot owner be required to build in
front of his premises a good and substantiiil
plank side walk as hereinafter described :
Commencing at Geo. Dorrances' front gate on
north side of Main Street, and reaching to the
west,line of S. B. Brooks, and, on the south side
of said street from John Robbins front gate to
east , line of E. S. Culver. On Buffalo Street,
from the; hotel to the north line of Wm. Trim's
lot on the east side of said street, and on west
side froM Budine's north lino to the brick blook.
On Water Street, from Reed's corner to south
side o' the Robbins lot, and from Parkhurst
lot on east side of said stet to Main street.
!Said walks to be made f plank not loss than
one and a half inches in thiskness, to be fear M
feet wide, and set one foe DI the fence ; to bo
laid on substantial stringers, apd to be of even
grade. Said wdlk to be completed on or before
the tenth day of May next, and in ease of failure
of any of said lot, eirmirs to build their respec
tive walks, said walk ' will be built and an ad
ditional charge of 20, per cent bo made above
cost of building, actor ing to law.
That from and after the first day of A prirlBBB,
it shall ho unlawful for any horned cattle, sheep
or swine to run at large within the limits ofsaid
Borough, under the penalty of 25 cents per head
fdr 'each offense. T. S. COATES, Burge?.
E. S. CULVER, Secretary!'
March 18, 1808.-3 w.
MRS. E. D. MITCHELL,
is now selling
ACORDIAL invitation to all. Come 41
see. You will yet find a fine assortment-of
all articles pertaining' to the Millinery.
Mrs. E. D. MITCHELL.
Jan. 22, 18118-tf, Broad Street, Tiogit, Pa.
TN BANKRUPTCY.—This is to give notice:
I That on .tho filth day of March, A. D. 1868,
a warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the
estate of A. J. Smith, of Sullivan township,
in the county of Tioga, and State of Pennsylva
nia, who hag boon Adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own petition; that the payment of any debts and
delivery of any property belonging to such Bank
rupt to him or for his use and the transfer of any
property by him aro forbidden by law; that a
meeting of the creditors ofsaid Bankrupt to prove
their debts, and to (Moos° one or more Assignees
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo hol
den at the ofileo of F. E. Smith, in Tioga; munty
of Tioga, stud State of Pennsylvania, before F. E.
Smith, Register, on the 22d day of April, A. a,
1863, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
THOMAS A. ROWLEY,
U. S. Marshal Western Dist. Pa.
,CaunttoN, - Deputy.
March 13, 1888-4 w. - ,
Bring thorn along
RING & EASTMAN
ORDINAINCE No. 2