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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1
In Bankruptcy—Wm. Bostwick.
Executor's Notice—Estate ofJohnatilai
Hear yet hear yet—W. T. Mather:a.
Timber )anon for 44001 e—T. D. Lee.
Betray Mare—John 11. Newman.
Betray Cattle Ellis, High Constable
Cub for Wool—right & Bailey - . ,
Nee Goode —J• Parsons & Co.
`A. GOOD Jon—The• tang on the
Bakery nlndosy.lbltis by tho hand of Van Iforree
'abater. • , , ,
KEEP CLEAR OF alltravaingquackß,
whether of pills or patent rights; unless 4yon
would repent at leisure.
FOUND—£I: 'll , prt9n Gold Pen, quill
nib, gotta pereha boidei and gold trimmed. The
owner can have the same on paying for thii ad
vertisement. Call at this office.
Now Is Youß TlME.—Foley has got
all the qu'aint and pretty styles of hanging
baskets for grasses, fl veers, and mosses; and sells
them very cheap. No houSo should be without
somo of these appliances for linking together out
doors and indoors.
PERSONAL. --Midshipman Nathan
Niles, of ‘ the graduating class in the Naval Acad
emy, for 1808, arrived in townlionday week, on
leav'e to attend the funeral of his brother. Ile is
Inking first rate, and - exemplifies the advantages
of :evert training.. le returned to Annapolis en
Tits:,! SEASON.—This region had a
splendid white frost mantle on the night of
2,•doing no damage, however. Sineo that' time.
copious rains baljp fallen. Grass and early sown
grain, is sotnething tremendous in growth, and
we see no reason . for worrying over tht lateness of
BAPTIST S. B. COIVENTION.—The
Baptist will hold a Sunday 'Behod Convention at
the Ilolidaytown Church ) on the Bth day of July
next, commencing at 10 o'clock, forenoon, and
continuing through the day and evening. A
full attendance is expected and desired. ' , .
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.—We
aro glad to see a movement on foot to remove the
buildings of the Society to a more convenient lo
cation—one to reach which will not forcibly rea
wind people of the frontispiece in Webster's Spell-.
lug book. L'ot us all take hold and push, and
the thing can be done. • ,
FOURTH OP AMY DANCES.—There
will be an Indepondonco Danoo at Colos's•Hotel,
Stony Fork -Friday evening. July 3. 1868. A
general invitation to the plcasuro loving public
i 3 extended. ,
There will bo a party at the Keystone Hotel,
Sabinsvillec 0:I. Bristol proprietor. Thursday
evening, July 2.
ACCIDENT.—As the funeral procession
of Willie Niles was moving down Main-st.,
Tuesday . aftornoon of last week, an unexpected
halt was made by the leading carriages, causing
temporary confusion, during whicb the horse
attached to ricarriago in which Mr. J. F. Robin:
son, Mrs. J. L. Ttobinson, and Mrs. J. Emery
were seated became fractious, and suddenly back
ing, precipitated Mrs. Robinson to tho ground
between the wheels. The ' carriage passed over
Tier hod, inflicting painful but not, wo are glad
to say, serious injuries. she was at once taken
home, where her binises were dressed by Dr.
Paek - er.' She is slowly recovering.
THUNDER STORM.—A terrific storm
of rain, accompanied by extraordinary electrical
phenomena, passed over this region on tho after
noon of Saturday. The day had been unusually
sultry and oppressive. The long roll of the
storm sounded at about 4 o'clock, afternoon, and
the rain descended in torrents. The thunder and
lightning rather exceeded anything wo ever wit
nessed in this region. Some of the discharges
liked the heavens with fire, and in volume, the
thunder exceeded tho report of a hundred can-
The fall of rain was extraordinary even in this
village ; but i-outh of and around us it proved
very deatinefive to bridges, fences, and newly
We have no particulars,
Tin , lightning struck a pine near the house of
Mr. Vantielder, ono of the proprietors of
thi: paper, and after splintering the side-walk,
and a bench which was under the tree, passed in
to the ground without further damage.
Tqb: COUNTY OffiCES.—We are glad
to les"rn that the subject of providing more, de
center, and safer accommodations for the offices
or the, Prothonotary and Recorder, was broached
the late term Of Court. The present building
"•-•sl for the purpose, is too small, badly arranged,
sod net fire proof. Many of the files and records
are injured by mould, and many more have to be,
lift out of their places because there is no room
for them. The county has grown somewhat du
, rid./ the last thirty years. Men do not wear
15,j 0 ., clothes, tuna counties should not. force them
ire:, into offices too small to securely and con
• vellieetly accomodate their business. • The Court
has some fine rooms for the purpose, they
high, airy and secure. The cost of fitting
Qom up would be very little. And by the Ivey, a
tittle mortar, whitewash, and paint, judiciously
applied, would much improve the uppearauee of
the Court House. We may be poor, but we need
i.ot be dirty and shabby. With the county
PILL gl; reyioyed t4l, the Court bourn:, and the brink
It ertion where they npw swelter removed, the
%aloe of the public property would riso 2(1 per
G.):4sip.—LOsT—d u ring eigh tee . n
) ,, t , of active bosipess life, an average of twenty
afintfles. per working day in waiting, upon the
niothfe of careless, dilatory persons, who 'failed to
their engagements at the hour by themselves
fixed. In eighteen years there are 5634 working
, 1.1) . 1.; and the loss of twenty minutes each day,
:off kes an aggregate of 112,680 minutes, or 1878
making 78 daps of 24 hours each. A
;ecard for the arrest : reolatuatiOn, apd return of
there precious days, lost, not by our neglience,
out. by the neglienco and thoughtlessness !of
others, could be offered were it of any practical
uze to offcr it. But those days arc lost out of a
q fpl um. t. 9 1)9 reclaimed. Worse than this,
eel,p.ly ha./ follPd them lt l l4 41'00 thorn to
It', Did coo say "lost"? That is a mild. word,
too mild We amend it, and say that these 78
days were stolon from us and wantonly destroyed.
W. du oot agree with Dr. Franklin that 'lrime ie
Money." fteeauso synonyms of substance must be
interehangealdp, - Money is not time, and there
fl. time is net Money. Time is a simple without
an equivalent. Mon say—"my time is worth so
Much to'ine;" but that is only, a form of °sprees
me a value by comparison. Every minute of
lima is worth a dollar to a busy.man; and thus
reckoning. we deelarp that rations persons have
robbed us of $112.630 in thecourse pf eighttion
years.. They have taken away the principal and
I.lt to no less than the legal Interest for a' tenth
of the "I will meet you at 12 o'clock,"
t.fv4 .1 min. We're:Leh the rendezvous at z il:ss.
1t a w.ic until' '12:30 oftener than leis. And
whut out friend comes he puts in a paltry excuse
at 'l l/1:Cle , (11, " or "a friend dropped in," or some
iff:f.-ense, and . .considers himself excused.
fificever, is the personal and narrow view;
;41).4 it:atter. The 'crime becomes formidable
aloe f.,, , of:punctual 'maw keeps ten other men
inutti; in which case tuff less than
, f f awe aro; nithie6sly deatiOyed 2 'think
',I il.. iuseleuee of a man who habitually : arrives
Lit, at an appointment t Is it-thoughtlessness in
tin.i? Not a bit of it. It, ill something =Oh i
it a habitual disregard of , the rights
-Cli n ts4 t al' of other people, born of unmitigated
gelitleman is hqbilnally dilatory,
Ziir, b'e' 11.1.:e no Moro right to break your word
bit.. at an appointment, than you
" lOC an hour Into nt the bank
" Il ia - yoar paper =totes ; and as in the later
1• tiler gOes to protest, so, in the former
i; lowor goes to protest among punctual
l 'iiineog loco. Possibly you may ho privileged
lo waste your Own time when it dons not involve
waste Or the'tlinb of btliere. illisiVgi•etklin.
pardonable egotism, in,, any
.man to sinilto the
business of boy dozen men wait Upon his con-
. eoeurs_to_us"that the people 'of - )Vel)sbarit
aro entitled to mucli — credit for Minting - shade
trees along the :streetS. Our really
ombowerod_in shade. 'The • stringer Who orders
Main stieet fret& either,direetion seV . .ora'faiis." ; to
remark the pleasing. effect,,oi
maples and elms. The people. :Who hitch their'
.horses to these beautiful trees tenet admit that :
91101;foller7inthis burgh aro . extremely, liberpl
to furnish . livo hitching posts for • vieltors. *ha(
a splendid commentary it is,
,to see a team of .
peyspiring horses hitched 'under. an umbrageous
_zaaple,leisurdy switchiug,tke files, and 'regaling':
thetaseliuts upon - the fresh and juicy b . arlt of 'thi3
tree! It is a, splendhland speaking commentary'
upon the liberality and pnblic.sPirit. of the` good
folk of the village. The tree 'may net thrive
with its•bark stripped oil; to be sore; but theri
the shade is free, and Wko hadws irlother be
Will live to drive to town next year? Is- it not a
seizing upon blessings as they fly
pains the humane man iO.BOO horses hitched 'to a
hemlock slab, or to a post. It is a hungry, sorry
way of doing business. To suppose- that 'soma
people aro ill natured enough tii'grumblo at these
things, and to inquire if it be not against the law
to make hitching-posts of shade trees.. However,
nobody complains to ther - peace 'officers; and wk,
aro at liberty to suppose that "everything 'is
lovely and the goose hangs high."
THE ACADEMY.—The Spring Term
01013C8 today : we wish we could announce that
the rt4l , Term old coMmence in August,. under
the direction of Pryf.-Bodgson. To the few who
have'made his aegnaintance • ho has endeared
hintielf as a map of liberal culture, an.earnestnnd
successful educator,'and a man of ppre,antl, pn- ‘
stant impulses for good , The encouragement af
forded him has not been sufficient to warrant his
remaining among us, unless a new arrangement
can be made by which a certain income can be ,
assured. The attendance during his administra:
Lion' was fully tip to the average for seieralycars.
But the school has not been' renumerntive for
half a dozen years.
There are two methods Of establishing the
Academy upon a paying and permanent basis.
If interest enough is'felt to endow it with the
sum of $lO,OOO, the use of which to be applied to
payment of salaries in addition to the earnings
of the school, the school can go on, and regain
its old reputation and standing. Or,'if the Trus
tees will take charge of the school, and 1)4 a
stated salary to um Teachers, collecting and re
taining the earnings( of the School as a 'fund to
pay the salaries out of, the School may, in a year
or twa bo firmly established. The latter plan
would only be feasible through the vigorous
efforts of the Trustees to increase the patronage
so as to cover the salaries ; a very uncertain mat
ter at best.
We therefore urge the former
. plan upon the
attention of every man who feels it to be neces
sary to sustain the School. Ten thousand dollars
may seem a pretty big sum to raise in WellabOre,
but it can be raisedin a week, and every dollar
of it paid ip. Of course the contributors to -the
endOwment would demand the privilege of con
trolling it always; and the clearly expressed Con
dition of the gift should be that the use, alone,
be appropriated to the support of the School.
It is the duty of every man to come up to the
help of the Academy, with patronage and with
Money, if ho be able. We often receive letters ,
from strangers, asking what., sort .of School wo
hrive in Welisboro. No man of family will come
here and locate until we make our Academy what
it ought to be. If we can endow the school, and
induce Prof. Ilotigson to remain in charge, we
shall have secured the services of ono of the best
educators in the country.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, MANSFIELD.
—The final Examination of the Senior Class *ill
commence Tuesday P. M. June 9, at 2 o'clock.
The Examining, Commit too consists of State
Superintestlent, and Principals of the State Nor
mal Sohools, together with the county Superin
tendents of this Normal District. The Senior
Class numbers 31-15 Gentlemen and 16, La
dies—the largest class, I think, ever presented for
graduation in any of the Pcnn'a State Normal
Schools. The Examination of the Junior Class
will be held Thursday and Friday, Juno 18th and
19th. The Sub4finior Class will 1,0 examined
Monday June 22, The Junior and Sub-Junior
Classes aro examined by tho Faculty of the
School on the'Studies of the year. Friends of
tho Institution and of Education me invited to
attend these Examinations, The fourth annual
Catalogue of the Institution is in press, and will
be out in about two weeks.
The Exercises for Commencement Week are as
June 21, Sunday, P. M . , Annual Sermon by
Rev. N. L. Reynolds, of Blossburg.
Juno 24, 'Wednesday evening, tho Normal. Lit
trary Society will celebrate its 3d Anniversary.
lierbert T. Ames (Class 1867) will give tbo Ora
tion, and Miss Sue E Conan! (Class 1866) will
give the Poem.
Juno -25, Thursday. Commencement Day
Exereis 'of the aratitlatin,g Class. Presentation
`Vile Music len' (3 - conducted during the.,Exer
eises by Prof. lloyt, assisted by members of his
Music Class during the. year. The Public aro
cordially -and earnestly invited to 'attend these
BASE-1 ALL.—A niat•ch game of Base
was played by the Sepicir nnd Junior Classes of
the Mansfield Slate Mn'y 30,
with the following reßny : • •
Senior. 0. It. Junior. 1 0. R.
Smith, c '3 3 Elliott, o • 5 '3
Ames, p 2 3 Vermi)yca, p ~.,2 4
Stone, s s ....... —3 2 Myer, s s ....... ~..2 3
Doane, I b 3 :3 Stiles, 1 . b... ......2 4
Meetly, 2b. ...... .2 0 Bullard, 2'h. ...... .5 2
Ellsworth, 3 h.,...4 I _ Pltrke, 3 b,;., ''t 4
Pratt, 1 f 3 3 • Osborne; If , 2 4
Tote, e f •' 3 Owen, ,c f 2 3
Young, rf 4 1 Gummy, rf 4 2
Total 27 19
Innings, 1 2 3 4
50ui0r,.... .2 1 3
Junior, .8 7
Number of• foul boumls,
Noinber of foir Ilic3 eftugl
Number of fair flies (mug'
Utteluu- - -J. W. Mathsrs,
SCORORS—J. 11. Pomeroy,
Time of Game 2 hours 30
EDITOR Or Tut! AGITATOR °amp-Meeting,
or Protracted Meeting in the Woods, having been
appointed to begin on the 24th inst.; at East
Charleston, and believing ninny of your readers
would be interested in a few statements concern=-
ing it, I offer such statements for publication:
The Meeting was appointed by the ' Preachers'
and Daymatt's Assoaiotion,' connected with the
Methodist Episcopal 'Church of Troy District.
Camp-Meetings'wero first introduced in TennOs
me, in the year 1799, under the united efforts'of
two brothers, of .the natuo of McGee; one a Pres
byterian, the Qtlkor a Methodist. They. wore co
operating in conducting religious meetings.' Un
der their preaching in the congregation of Rev.
Mr. Ale Grady, a Presbyterian, a great religious
interest was awakened. A historian or those fai
times says : • This great, unusual work, so exci
ted the attention of the people that they eamein
crowds from the surrounding country to inquire
what these things meant; and this• 'writhe be
ginning Of that great revival of religion'. it the
western conptry which introduced camp-meetings.
The people came with horses and wagons, bring
ing provisions and bedding, and others built buts,
)or tents ; while' all, Presbyterians, Baptists, and
Methodists, united together ih prayer and eXhor
ation, and preaching, exerting all their energies
to forward the work,
Camp-meetings from the first have been a class
of agencies intended for the promotion orplety.
They are ifttra religious services—like 'Four
Days' meetings,' Protracted meetings,'
' or other
special meetings et:cosi:mak* employed to arrest
the attention of the people anti interest them or;
the sphieet of , While other evangelical'
churches have continued to employ some .0 188 "
of these occasional religious meetings to promote
christianity, Methodists, in the United States,
have continued to hold eamii-meetings from time
to time. : They aro regarded by, us astnnel of the
means by which the Gospel may be . brought to
reach tha people: , . • . „ . -
Such malinger are commtudahle in view of : their
object.. - Who will professedly oppose efforts to in
duce people to be good, to becontO .real Christ
iape ? This is the object, of the catilp-trieeoOg•
_lvtlea people camp out for a week with st i vipw, te.
hunting, fishiog, or other civil pursuits , icing
as they are civil. in their demeanor, attending to
the business for which they are ; encamped, they
are at least respected. Religious people soofit to'
camp n few days in the woods with a religions
object. They seek, there to worship God; and; by
preaching the gospel and accompanying, efforts,
they rpm to promote,eabb other's profit and to
induce sinners to become good Christi;aus;—,cer.,.,
giit,n).:theObjlitit;-Of .000/ .tu aoll n glt is-a genii t;,' finef I
and worthy being It Tt - iii mind hiever v i visitor.
on 09 trpp94 , .4t.4.4 ) , og another, ob t i net ? 1 , 13,9 IV:
titsic he iininoper i- der nly,all objeciattiorel p 1.4 --
tained - should be lii'la' "liiiinyWitlithe' iritiiii"onl3 -
named; If all attend nts will cheerfully not ma
eording to this view, t my still . greatly help, the i
'usefulness' of the mee t g. , ,-t,, - .7
.... gil s g.tlin, Such meetiyge arc cOtimientfable,"in that
ithtcy h p
«veroved to tieliim honored means of toefiii.•
,mess. As such moans the B. Gene - See Conference
qregartis them, as shoWn by recommending that,
one be-held in each istrict annually: as such
'many of the best Chr stians of the ago - regard
;them. _Tho.eireonnta suf their being held in
the fiddler nriuids, is 4nly such circumstances as
,iamonneeted tifteyi cs,.l
,_..,-, titer. ; large gatherings
'for 'various obje c ts.. frocesional g o .therios4iii
suchlocalities were early practiced.. The Jow'
held one on their armal feasts in booths seven
days.. Our Savior pr cited on the Juana, and
fed the multitude in t e fields. If more people
can` be reached wltli:g ) spel truths that way ; tlmn
otherwise, it ip welt! ji at. as it was for Whitefield
to preach in the fields, is:it lit Slew/fat '
r different -,- .
of afferent tienoteinati:
lie squares of our large
where they eau reach tl
verde we must
them. It is.hopeil Ilia
horn their attention or
ester] on the subject, of
of this meeting, than r.
mute Snell results Ong:
im iteil to come mill v,
pemile' are em
on/ great o/tject name 4.
Vlnim, Preachers' al
.Sllll A K
1 titiB, 1.,y key. IL La
and Aire ' A hos;
A D A Nll-1--. 1 41N'
1868, Ily ll,t, .111111 , 1 /41
Vltivelit. alI ta
8M1:111 Cli A
thiv.iirick's tattier sup
2, 18113, by It .r, .T. J.
fa. D., tif.rtiyi 14:
oF toe w o);sev Pit.
church, Scranton, Jun
!Warple, the 'telt. 1). 1)4
en. N. V., and Miss Fa',
of Mr. %Vni Holland,
1863, Clarence, oldest
ageri,allout 20 3roars.
LEFT.-In Ilfidd lo
Lent, in the 78th year 4
There is a home for
Hy sin and serum 'll
tVlitm 10141 . (1 on life ' s
hero storms arise
And all is droar but h
at P. It. Williams (re, C.
A DIFFICULTY OVEIt
experienced in thQ, us.
sowing machines, is fo
adjusting the needle.
result of Alcfeetive con •
is not limited to any
one—the Wilcox k Gi
difficulty is entirely or,
the following decision :
"The needle is scour
device; which renders '
neither skill not caper
it."—Dccieion of tha .1)
Park Trial2l. • .
Would P:l3' to his I'.
Below will be foLind a
may be +en at hio ofli
satisfaction in the use
"Bot,ton Brown Bread, Grainun Bread, Hot
French Rolls,: Coburg
,lot}veig,. Card -tilingerhread,
Corit:ieg; flinger . Snaps, Tea Cakes, -- -Spiingc Cake
Pies. Tart:, alwaye to he had fresh and good, -at
the WELLSBORO BAKERY.
ment:(ll fratiws ever I)
with )nrg pictures in
photograpint a $1,50
Frank :-zinnu:er'l, Art (
Eltin• ly crr MAn i mit up tit' li.r . pv .1 20, , 1 10.
• Messrs. A it, PAciti nn - Ai; C 0..: •
K%t.• $ s : i
(tientletacn ; The Au erican hot Air Conking
Seovi.e that t, bought ef you Oct.,Vith have ar
rived d all in goo ordei and ttll sold. I svish, to
say to :ion that the 4tuericau Cooking Stoves
which ,l. lnai:mod of' Poo give perfeet and entire
satiSfaetion. I coniii4r it the best in the World,
and too mush rannotA e said in its favor. As a
cook stove it cannot b snrpaased, as a heater it
cannot I.n. twat. It wi Ido the Most .Work• with
the least fuel at ally st iv° I ever saw in use. It
will burn green wood better than any stove WO
hato'here; we have the Stcwair, ‘t, Ifonie Com
fort, and a 'mintier of others, but they don't com
pare with the American. Y01,R113 at .liberty ta,
nso my naug to any testimony in its favor, as it
cannot be too highly praisod.
Z. Aucunn. •
For f - s,alo hyletnivEns v. ,tospoop ; lyt:4llshoroPn.
Mar' 1 11.-3 - • . -'”'' '' '' - '
A:1. YouNti`s Boom
the Now York Dailies;
and Philadelphia , Wee!
Pnbliiiher's • priefis.
periodicals from Yon,
them fur a tiny, week,.
at any time. Back »u
Call and ece Conant's 1
ing papers, magazines,
[WeUsher°, May 13,'
Total ''• ,1 27 29
567 8 9 •
2 0 4 4 2-19
0 - , 2 2 3 2-29
by . Senior 4, foul
t by Juutor,';fB.., foul
Stato Street, Wellsbi
graphs in India Ittk,
the trade or to individui
tures, large or small
Ali Ni,Rtlmf,9_vitt;' , 4n I
and at as low prices as
Cash taken in*exchan'
or goods.- 7 ,A.p. 8. GS tr.
Family Bible worth ffoll
Book Store and examin
that pretended agents al
expenees,to the pyiff
. •.etut • !
/10118 K eLEANING.-1 1.1011 YOUNG has just re
ceived Two Thousand R•Hs of Wall Paper for
Spring Stoek, in Eighty different Styles, incluFl 7
ingSrownspiloallkerGoi >to, h ,Fatina s and
Satiri Gilt, for lafeh.isn's; Parlors, Duni.; Dining.
Rooms, Bed. Roordsi:otlrAr.O.C2o per cont. lowisr
than last year; With' Vortleis of all kinds to
Asap,, Windbo - , lixiurbs, (4 kinds,) Window P:a
pcir (1/ifyies) Cloth 'gilt - Shades (lo styles,) -C4r
tain cord, tnssells, picture-naiis, hooks, anti
screw-eyes. ,; •
ALSO, Linking glasses Pictures, Pictutte-
Frames, and nlmost everything necessary to
beautify your Limes,' Remember to call first 'at
the E LISBORO' BOOR - STORE.
Willcox 6 Gibbs-qewing irctolkine.
"Its tuein is stronger end less liable to rip in
nee is/bai than • the . haelcit3titalt."-;-"Judgca'
Report," ut the Trial."' -Bond ;for the
"Rilibrt,"•andisntapileii of Work, doratlining Zuptic
kinds of alitobos, Oh the fiam o piece ofiigooils.
OJECt. O.cBOWEN, AGENT,
Apr, 98,'.68-Iy, - fdriTiogth Co. 4nozvillei Pa.
ins to preach on the pub-
Oilies and in lithei places
lie most people. To save
it attention and interest
many more people will
•ested and become inter
"pm is religien ) ''i because
lould without it. To pro
Hans', of e.vory name; are
orship with us : and all
me and help ptontoto the
Mansfield Juno a 1868.
id Laymen's Association.
111 . 741andiel(7, May 21,
II of M itifiald.
Jahn Adams, and 'Nibs
IV.—At the residence of
el ~Chnpown, 113 tc)„., Atop
ITtirton, Mr. J. 1". Smith,
T.. C. Chapman,
t 2, MN, by Rev. A. A.
Van Allan, of Livingston
'nny J, Holland, daughter
f Scranton. -
I.iurg, Nebraska, Mny)l6;
'Olt or below Claus, Esq.,
ury, April 28, Thomas
1 his ago.
onv43n.' 4 • .i .
I o Vest in iiiarka oh Oslo
Post Offico, Wollaboro;
: of nearly all. kinds of
nd in setting and properly
Tho difficulty is tho
traction ' • a defect which
:no machine of class of
: common to all, excepting
bs. In this machine, that
1 rcome—as will be seen by
Ld in its place by a patented
,t self-adjusting, - so 'that
once is necessary in setting
dye at the "Orent Inland
r i ends, that he has all the
or the Extracting of teeth.
Ifew of the names which
o who express their entire
f the Nitrous _Oxide, or
'Mary L. Johnson
Mil 4 , .An.lrewg,
W. E. Kelley.
Anna E. Christian
Irene 1:. Merrick,
C. A. Ilaeftit. '
N. I. P. !'la."..
D. Aron ‘,
Loma A 1:3111e.
t apd cheapest assort
raught, into 'pogo, County
every way to suit, nol one(
sec :floz 4 all going fast n
i allory, Mato lied, Pa.
horn:.—You will find . : All
the New York, . Boston,
dies, anti Bienthlies, at ttte
)c advantligo in taking
ti , is, that you oan take
I, orrnonth, and •stop them
nbers always suppliod.=
latent Binders formreserv
ma music.—, .. '
ro, Pa., finishes photo-
Oil, or water colors, for
1 order. Copies old pip
Square Frames on hand,
an he found elsewhere.i
o for all kinds of work
' want 'n Harding.
$3 to $5O call at Young's
his stook. Remember
vays add their traveling,
&nll:no: s ou pay it.
'I?. - tr.'
SPEOIi\Li : N.QTIOES. ;
. - - -
• : 001 V 49 ..G r OgriT.48*.
The', key: EDWARD A. WILSON. will loud (free Of:
harge)do ell who desire it. the preseilPtion 'itittr the dl-
sections foisnitkinwand using the tilinplalientirfj by
Which be was cured of a lung affection and that dread
disease Consumption. onlyobject la tb benefit the'
affikettibtinil babopeettiltftestfcriir mint Veb - ,:
lictiption, as it Will cost - Minn nothing, and may prove'
a blessing-. Ileaseaddres,
, , RV. -tDWIA.V WILiSON,
- 22mayCff • Willtescusbust - Icings Co., N. Y.
A Oentiontan 'ty k e, Suffoied ter years ftem Nervous
Phoinattiraltittity. and all Cie:effiCts 6( 4eittlk:
'ful ind lac reilon,,will. ter the sake of suffering ;human
ity, send free Jo all who tio/rd 14 the-recipe , - and' dire*•
liens for makittilbiOddiilq F stnedjr by, which he wen
cured. Su ff erers wishing to profit by the advertiser'e
experience, can do so by addressing, to perfect. conltr ,
dente, '" 7011 N
22raai6l ='i • '42 Ctidaii B,tstiet:tiowAroVV.
• ,• ,' • •••••
• .'YES YES'!" - :Y 1 - '"_!'•
• , 1..;
It. WILLIA4IS , k CO.,liave got the best,
largest and Cheapest stook of Drugs, wed ,
Mints.% Patent Medicines, Paints,,Cils,Dye Stuff,
Brushes, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, Yankee No
tions,; perfumery, ToilctActsp,,,pishing Tftekle,
over. brought , iititaithi (Mant '.
wilt positively sell everything in their line cheap
or than Can be bought elsewheree' Thoy
their goods in' large quantities' and for nett chili;
and can will sell chestier ihim any other es-
Whitetail - ant in this coupty., 0111 C -rind lixamine
stock and p'ri'ses. P. It. WILLIAMS - fr. CO.
m a y 0, 1868,. ;4, Union Block.
HERE canr r oso bnythis find' z Purei English
V V White Lead and Linseed Oil, Varnishes;
Litekcr, ffurpontine, the • cheapest, at ...•
- , P: R—WILMAMS, A 'ed.
Who sells tha purest•atniV liebffDings, Patent
Medicines, and Dye, Stuff,:
P. IL WeLTAIABIS, tt CO:
Who keeps the largest stook of
ToOth, , llair; - Clbth and Nall.iliushos, lurid Bolls
tho clkapest, P. E. IVILLIAIIIB, & CO,
Wherci can you go‘to And dho bost.and nlu3apn,st
Toilet add Saying a '
scup, Pocket Knives Perfum
ery, Nair Oil, Pomades, Writing Paper, Pens and
-Ink, toi •: •Pali. WILLIABIS, & CO:
E. B. CASE
MY Xing. JJ
Mrs. M. W. Staples,
Fannih M. Wilkinson
G. W. Bowen,
C. S. Vanhdrn,
Flora B. Field,
Mrs. 3. Sticklin.
THomPsote l — '
; junisqtel,D.l .• •• •
BLACKSMITH, has two fires, and is prepar ed
'it to de all kinds o/work in his line with proMpt
. *Awes, and iu a Workmanlike manner. I.le aims
.;at excellence in 'his trade.. • . -
Mansfield June 8, 1868-Iy.
.' _ •
NEW. SPRING GOODS
„ „ .
J.,: A. Parsons & Co's
CHIP CASH STORE!
1 1: •
SUBSCRIBERS ARE OFFERING
ii '' t 1
j , 1
to ell buyers of
Our stimtris'all now, 'and cannot bo surpassed
FOR VARIETY AND CHEAPNESS.
f Ito following is but t small portion of our
GOOD PRINTS, 10ers.
BEST " 15 "
GOOD Y'D WIDE SHEETING'S 12i,
.`, ,";• 14US.LINS,15oye.
EkTItA - , ''''' SOFT t' IiiiS114;;;.
SUMIIII4R RANT S ' l,
FS 20 ma 50cms,
TICKI NOS Is 6D To s6D FOR BE ST.
ALL WOOL SII'AWLS $3
ALL WOOL CASSIMERES 75cTs TO $1
lIEAVY GINGIIAMS HMS.
PINE ALPACAS 31 TO 50 errs.
ALPACA .POPLINS 50 01'S.
PARASOLS 75 To $3.
SUN UMBERELLAS $1,25 To $2,50.
,1100 P -SKIRTS 71 - ?, To OA:— ;.- •
I * - 141i1E8'
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS 10 CTS
LINEN lIOSE, GOOD 25 MS.
It will•fay to And . 6xamine out stock as
we are buying now Goods almost daily and sell:
ing them very cheap.
' ' t ; J. A.,,PARSONS 90., .
4.• , -
June 10, 1808. Corning, N. Y
Lath 1 Stlingles ! Lumber
A WAYS on hdnd at Foster's Mill, Niles
1 - 1 ; Valley. Pine and Hemlock, letb, shingles,
and lumber, tie well as all kinds of hard world
plank and boards. Lumber delivered to order.
G. W. FOSTER..
Niles Valley, May 13. 1868-3m.0,
ETTDRS of adminibtration 'flaying been
LA granted to the undersigned upon the estate
of Simeon Butler, late of Delmar Tuip, dPeettectis
personi!owingliaid °Sate; iOr leaving °bites
against the same, will settle with
SIMON V. BUTLER,
boluiar, May 13, 1868* Adm'r
Coal fox• Sale.
COARSE BITUMINOUS COAL foil
Sept. 28, 1867., , , D. P. ROBERTS.
LIME FOR SALE.
3 , 000' r El d.a U n S i l o - T d Lg ta o t f i
season. b 0 as
eon to per bushel, nr sl,2fp,per Barrel,
, p.-r. IatIARIt, Station Agent. '
Mansfield, May 20, 1868.-6 m.
Hero . Friiit Jar.
SKK 00 f° l6 or Iseh." .1h43 lIERO FRUIT JAR
W. D. TERBELL 6c QO.,
• , Corning; N.
arc prepared .te fill orders for the Hero
Mutt. Jar as low 16 they can be bought anY . -
anywhere ! and, shipped from Corniagi:- IV° can
Ore special ratiss'on litige' 'quantities. It is the
best and most salable 'Joir in the market. Clot
quotations from us before ordering elsewhere.; '
March 18, )868,--641
,• • ,
FISHING TAIIK.I#E,-11.9(111ESTER. FLIES,
r REELS, SNELLS, LINES, RODS, LEA
DERS, and a general assortment of First class
gistaing tackle, for sales by .:-
Welleboro,/11ay,,1,3,4868.-ilt. L. A. SEARSi
04. PARED Fort
, • •
Spring and Summer Trade!
VIZ now on hand and s u n coming, a largo
anfilwoll eoleoted stook of
ZAPHII , I 1D1EM,8041:3
ALPACAS, POPLINS, •CAISIBRICKS,
FRENCH JACONETS, ORGANDIES,
AND COLORED SILKS,
ALSO, IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS,
SHAWL AND CLOAK. DEPART
, `` 00111PLF I TE, ';
TRIMMINGS, LOTS YANKEE NO
TIONS, HOOP SKIRTS, BAL•
• MOREL SKIRTS,i OPERA
• FLANNELS, CORSETS,
~•, at a very small • margin.
l • , •
Clothq and Cassiakeres and a Tailnr
Cut 'Ana FIL ' •
HATS AND CAPS, STRAW GOODS,
,CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE,
HARD WARE, SHELF HARD
WARE, NAILS, IRON,
T. L. BALDWIN 8c co,
hooded.' Outetook of
can't bo boat much
Boots and Sh i oes,
SALT, 141 E, PLASTER, PORK, FLOUR
Don't forget to look over our stock of
the roost complete stook • you, can find, such as
TEAS. - Wo are old tea drinkers and know them
• i• ' to tie good. • • .
SIidARS, MOLASS E S,
everything in the Grocery lino, Gunja Bank
Codfish Bayldaekerel, Ashton Salt, what makes
the"Bizttim goqd, and Moe firkins to put it in.—
Also,.Balter Tubs and Pails; Butter sold on cota4
mission-,no charges for handling; but would
liko a small portion of the money you get in re.
turn, that is if our races suit.
full line. We aro agents for the Ohio and Buck
eye combined Mowing Machines; general depo
for fixtures• and extras for the the above ma
'chinos. ; All kinds of •
taken .in =thong.) for Goods. Wo propose to
sell our Goods reasonably. "Live and let Live"
prices given at thp counter—only one price.
T. L. BALDWIN A CO
Tioga, Pa., April 29,1868.
25 PER CENT OFF FOR CAi3H - 1, AT
Tioga Hardware Store
plus Store is stocked with a largo sgortinent.
,j_ !or; I •
of all kinds, to bo sold at 25 per-cent below the
of all kinds,
,ovary Tool oa•Ma ' hine warranted
to elm satisfaction or money rofunded.
The o ly place to get the
KIRBY KING OP PLOWS
"ROCHE)§i'ili ' HORSE HOE."
OHADIPioIki OP THE WORED.
, ',IOPOALL AND SEE.-4Fe
W E have received a very LARGE STOCK of
: t o
on the most , favOrable•torms, and will be Bold at
very mil 'advapdo from 'cost: Atzi think we
hazard nothing in saying that we kip the
New Spr4lll Goods
~•f~ c ~ ,
._ ~ •A ".
and tho BEST, QUALITY of Goode that are
kept in th.? place. Have a store light enough to
134 what you arkituying, and pledge ourselves to
SELL AS LOW,
quality considered, as at any other catablietiment.
Wo continuo to make our
one of our specialties; and when desired
MAKE THEM TO ORDER
on short notice. and in the best manner. We
have added to'our stook a good assortment of
BRUSSELS, THREE - PLY. INGRAIN,
COTTON WARP, HEMP, AND
FLOOR OIL CLOTH
and MATTING, and can sell them
HOW VERY LOW.
Wo aro the agents for tho
GREAT L S. TEA COMPANY
and 801 l TEA at New York prices by tbo single
pound. All visiting Corning, are invited to call
and examine stook and prices.
SMITH & WAITE
Corning, April §, 1868. , . :
BOLT) ON !
Go to KELLEY'S and see the Latest Arrival o
Consisting of a general assortment of
e c. 5
A t <3 4:
o w 46 ;> gi •
0 t. 4, xl tT4 ) CII
w id a g 0
p:), 0: C)
MRS. FRY'S CORSET AND SKIRT
saarmax r su n a mem eql clos pat; nu° leaf
NEW DRESS GOODS AT KELLEY'S
•saarriall a 4 saAivir-ioluTAt
GENTS' FURS AT KELLEY'S
Aras:No charge for 010WING.GOODS at ..4xf
C. B. KELLEY'S,
Wellpboro, Oct. 30, 1867.
SPRING & SIMMER GOODS
W E be& to ealliour attention to onr stook of
Millinery and Straw Goods
for the Spring and Summer Trade, which. is now
complete; and selected with care to ineet the
wants of all, and embracing full lines of all that
is new and novel, and at the lowest possible rates.
PATTERN HAT FRAMES
of Madame Railing's large and exquisite assort
meta, of which we will give our friends the mos
Mrs. B. D. MITCHELL.
April,22, 1868—tf. Broad Street, Tioga, Pa
THE OFFICIAL HISTORY
OF THE WAR,
Its Causes, Character, Conduct and
13y HON. ALEXANDER H. STEVENS.
A Book for all Sectiona and all Partiea
This great work 'piesents the only complete
And impartial analysis of the causes of the War
yet published, and gives those interior lights and
shadows of the groat conflict only known to
those high officers who watched the flood-tide of
revolution from its fountain springs, .and which
were so accessible to Mr. Stephens from his po
sition as second officer df.the Confederacy.
To a public, that bas.been surfeited with AP
PARENTLY SIMILAR PRODUCTIONS, wo
promise a change of fare, both agreeable and sal
atary, and an intellectual treat of the highest
order. 'The great American war has AT LAST
found a historian worthy of its importance, and
hts9bikSq : ; bolds it Will receive' that moderate,
candid and impartial treatment which truth and
justice - so urgently demand.
The intense desire every yfhero manifested to
obtain this work, its Official character and.ready
safe, combined 'with an increased commissien
make it the best entiscription book`eier pub—'
- One Agent in Rastoni,Pa., reports 72 subscri
bers iu 3 days. One in Boston, Mass., 103,sub.
seribers in 4 days: One in' Memphis,, Tenn: 100
subscribers 19 5 days.
Send for Cir.:attars and see oar terms, and a
full desoriptinn of the work, with Press notices
of advance sheets, &e. Addrope
NATIONAL 'PUBLISHINO CO.
26 South Boventh-.Bt.Plt.
May 27, 1868-4 t )
BI.h.IIIn , 'EXOHINGEr
T sing,l sing ors curious thing, '-
Almost as strange as Boggs upon Tyng;
I've swung/Found a *eke as round as a ring,
And while on ;the'down east part•duly swing,
I stopped at the city and took on the Spring
STYLES OF CIIORRIES
SUGARS ARE LOW N THE NECK,
Molasses & Syrups
havo n froor run 'downward,•aith a funnol-sika
bewever, are out from the neck downward, and
the style is blue and silver.with stripes.
will be prepared from a drawing' furnished 'to
every customer who buys a•pound. Of the styles
to suit coMplextona,'&o., Inlay mention that
you can have if yen•long for' it I cannot get
time to look up all the bard words which the
GREAT AIikERICAN TEA COMPANY
use to startle the innocent people about the coon.
try; but you ban depend upon finding the very
beat of Teas at the
• ' •
BEE- HIVE EXCHANGE ?
tho styles aro various. Yon can have the latest
styles from the following fashionahle foreign
I ports, to wit:
Me OHA, JAVA, RIO, LAOUYRA JAM
, , I
Flour still wears heaps over 11, and dispenses
with trails as unprofitable. L have all grades
. eatable: Also,
PORK, DRIED BEEF l AND HAMS,
togotherwith-a full assortme (; ut of light groceries
and canned delicacie. As ever
IS A. TIIE R SI . .
Pays Cash or Trade, for all MARKETABLE
CALL AT MATHERS'S.
lleboro, Apr.l, '6B. W. T. M.ATIIERS
PROPERTYAT PRIVATE SALE
AN IMMENSE AMOUNTi.OFROPERTY
BOUGHT AT GONERNMENT ‘ SALES.
Consisting obie:Fly of :--,
... 10,000 Sets New and Second Ha . nd
Harness, - Bridles and Collars, 000
Saddles; • \
2,000 WAGON COVERS, all 'sizes, now lc worn.\
6000 WOOL. AND RUBBER BLANKETS, A- HORSE
• COVERS, MILITARY CLOTHING, GREAT
COATS, FROCK COATS, ntousEs,
PANTS, SHIRTS, DRAWERS, Ac.
Also a largo lot of Reins, Lead lines, Buggy Ambu
lance and Cart - Harness. Double Trees Load Bars, Port
able Forges, dm., &o. Wheel' Team Harness, little
worn, all oak tanned leather, serviceable, cleaned and
oiled, $6 per horse, including Bridle Lead, do VP Am
bulance or Stage Itarness.with superior leather Traces,
perfectly suited for farm opreneral team work. double
sots complete $25 to 30, Bridles $1 to $3, extra hair
lined Artillery case, do $2,60 and $3, Double 8e1n,51,75
to 2,25, Halters $5 to $l2 per dozen, Now Officers, Mc.
Ciellan Saddles, $lO do, with plated Bit Bridl e $l9,
Brass Mounted Saddles , good as new $9, with Bridle
$ll, Boys Sadd es $O, Wagon Covers, superior. 10 and
12 oz., Cotton 'Duck $6 to $12,1000 Hospital Tents,
now and good s new, 12 oz, Duck, 14 feet square $25 to
$5O, with poles and pins complete, Wall Tents $l5 to
$2O. Wedgo (100 to $B, Shelter Tenta for Hay Caps
$3O to $5O peroo.
Grain Bags, 12 oz. Duck, 2to 3 Bushel $6 to $lO per
dozen, also full assortment of Seamless Bags.
Small order by Express, 0. 0. D.
LIBERAL DEDUCTIONS TO WHOLESAL • DEAL-
PITKIN & CO, •
(Formerly on Front St.; now)
71 Nourn SECOND Sr., JUST BELOW ARL ST.,
Also, 6 PARK PLACE, N. Y.
Descriptive p'rioo list ,sent on npplicattion.
April 8,1808-3 m
100,000 Pounds 'of Woo
/WE subscribers' will poi ' Cash, Full-Cloth,
Cassimeres,Flannels, sc.,Joe., for Wool.—
They also manuacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SHARES,
to @nit customers. • • All work warranted as rep
resented. They invite particular attention to
• their Water Proof
k,gggIVOMM 4 O4I
which are i arrantiSd in every I respect. Paitiou-
ROLL-CARDING & CLOTH-I)RESSING.
Twenty years expetience in the business war
rants them •i Il expecting a generous
• :,No shoddy elothi;Luado. '\
DeLano do Co., at Wollsboro, ,
\are agents for
the sale of our Cloths. ' I I .
IT I „.
JOSEPH ING,illAl do SONS,-
Deerfield, May 13, 1868—tf. \ ' •
Farm for Sale.
TULLE subscriber otters' for Sale alarm\in Jack
son township, on Alder Rim near Mitchell's
Mill, containing 100 acres-65 improved,, and 35
wood land. Said farm • has a new frame house.
good barn, young ripple orchard and good taster
thereon. Also 80 acres timber hind adjoining,
which will bo sold with the abov,o if desired.—
The above property will be sol cheap. Title
good and torms„easy. Inquire a$ this 'OTioe, or
of GEO. W. HUDSON,
March 25,_18438.-3m. On the promisee. \
44 e Farm for ! Sat..
`-ed aor4, with ,
N'es J impro
Valuable Farm for Sal'
farm of dire') hundred sore hun
L wo ms
dred and ( twenty - five aeres L impro ed. Sit
uated two Mace north of Tioge. Villag , on_ the
Tioga River, and Railrocd.. Well watt erod, un
der a good state of
..eultivatien, and, gOod build
ings. Also four houses,atid lots for sale in Tioga
village. T. . RAf.pwm.
Timm, Fob. 12, lEiftfi r tf. '
F LAX-BtED—Cash paid' for
- P. R. WI,L
Tho fashions' for
And inore nat onisitini atilt,
c cxU ie,
In tho mattei of
lac attention givon to
THE ORM NMI OP '6B,
Wilson ok, VanValkenburg's
In view of the contemPlated. Railroad soon to
to be built to Wclisharo,' the proprietors have
concluded to give the people hereabouts, daily
entertainments through the yearicommencing on
the' 4th of January; Thel4st plice, entitled,. ,
IN TWO -11)/WIAOTEES.•
Live, ThuOzei VAN VAIXEintuRO;
Jet Live, • 4 • - TnwPitopz.z.
This great , drams bas drawn browded !louses
both in this andlbe old Countries', and , is ad
mitted by all to bo one of the most profitabli,
areating, aml bostploces octant
naketslo the Dress Ureic—FßEE'.
'We wish, it distinctly understood, that • all
classes of ifolitiolans, and even those who 'feel
-a little Wolfish—and in fact none tireexcluded_
&eta the - ' . • • • . ' ,
: BAZ IR -OF FASHION . U;.
.Where we , can furnish any . ' style, • kind and
quality of Gentlemen's wearing apparel on short
notice, andwt prices astonishing leir. - ..
. CUTTING •)50NE,ADMIRABLY 7 1.:A,
Cloths,. a large varietr of
Ladies' Dress G6ods, • :
Beet liirida, srid as oheap ae the ohea p o g t .
Tickets to the ,Parquette7---FAin:
• In thie great Tragedy for the histefit Of, - the
public, we would not omit saying toile Ladies
that wo also keep;rivorything to replenish their
Come one and all and witness the above en
tertainment. We do not claim to bo old Stara,
bnt shall endeavor to do our beet to give all the
worth of their money. •
Reserved Seats far the :Ladies:
. Remember the place,
NO. 2, UNION BLOCK.
N. B.—Wo shall give our patrotis the fullbon
oftt of the decline in prices, and extending
them our thanks for the very liberal patronage
heretofore extended we solicit a continuano
of the aamo.
WILSON k VAN VALIKENBUIta.
KNOXVILLE DRIVING PARK ASSO
CIATION, . -
Will give an exhibition of • the apeed of 3.year
COLTS ENTERED FOR ABOVE kaIIIBITION.
0. H. Wood entered Roan Mare, name Lady Wood
0. S. Wood " Bay Mare, " R.noxville Maid
W. C. Wood " Roan Roue "
All from Hamiltonian Jr. Others will appear
F. D. Bunnel, stallion, name Drift Minor ptar.
Name and description of colt, with one-half of
the entrance money must be banded to
r the 4 Sea r
rotary by the Ist day of May.
Premium for beat Trotting Colt one-half th
money received on entries.
Second best, one-third of the entry money.
Third best, one-sixth of the entrance's:lomq.
M. kr. Portmn, Sec. 0. H. WOOD, Pres't.
Knoxville, Pa. Fob. 26, 1868-tf. •
BY virtue of an order of the Orphan's 'Court
of Tioga County bearing date April 25,
1868, I will expose to public sale at die Court
House in Welleboro, Suturday,June'l3, 1868, at
1 o'clock P. AL, the following deseribod real
estate, to wit
'A lot of land in Delmar, beginning at tho
south-east corner of the land herein described,
in the north line of lot lately owned by A. L.
Bodine, and at a point where a certain Strocit is
laid out upon a map of Morris lands in that
cinity, thence south 871° east 53.4 porches to a
public highway leading from Weillsbord"etoßlinta-:,
way Dill, thence along said highway, iliorth! 24°'
west 20.2 peirches, north 13° east 22.9 perches tol
a point in said highway where it is intersected
by a certain other cross street marked on map'
of survey of Morris land aforesaid, thence along
said cross street parallel with first line herein
raeptio,ned 38 perches to street first named,
thence southerly along said street 40 perches to
place of beginning—containing about 11.16 acres
more or less.
Also—another lot of land in Delmar, begin
ning at the north-west corner of the Edwin L.
Sears lot on said map, thence south 44° easy-22
perches to the southwest corner of the George
Sears lot on said map, thence southerly two rods
to the cross street above mentioned, thence along
said cross street 16 perches to the first described
street on said map, thence along said street 17.1
perches to place of beginning—containing ono
acre, more or lessi Terms cash.
MARY BORST, Adam.
May 13, 1868-41. •
Home Life Insurance Co.,
No. 258 j BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
A , . •
LL the net profits ! of this Cetailany, go to
the Assured. • I.
No forfeiture of Policies. ' ;
No Limitation as to reeidenen or Travel. '•
The Homo has an amplo . Castt Capital Most'so
WALTER S. GRIFFITH.
ONEGE 0. nIPLEY,..,
I. If. FROTHINGITAISS,
WM. d. COFFIN,
MORGAIT Ag't, Weilabor°.
March 4,1868-6 m.
AWAGON SHOP, and lot containing 72
square reds. Shiip 24.'28 feet, and two
Also—a houso and Apven octea of land, tiro
acres of timber and a fit* young, maple orchard
thereon, with 53 fruit:. trees of different kinds.
This property is locatedt. within a few rods of a
steam saW4aill. etirdini)paehine, schitel house
I will sell oluiap, separately or 'together ; or
trill rent them for a term(i of years: This is a
fine chance for any man with a little capital.
- M. 0: SUTTON.
East Charleston, ga., Marob 25,11168-3 m.
ATTENTION PAIONIF 4 ItS
SPRING has come, and thoso &killing full
barns can have them br buying
at the Mill of I. Champney & Co., which we are
selling at $6 per ton at our mill on Elk Run.—
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for
Plaster. Give as a call. L
T. PHAMPNEY & CO.
Gaines, Tioga, Co., Pa., March 26,1868-6m*
18 , SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS, in tho
Borough of We'labor°, and;,a . TIMBER
TRACT of 400 acresinDelmar,fhreemiles from
this city—bonyilyi timbered. Terms easy:
8,1868. WRIGHT BAILEY.
Wellsboro - Wool Carding: '.
TILL propriet'or, having pat his,MaChitkes in
firat-rato orolor is now ready to card td or
der any grade o Wool. llis:Carde are; of the
finest quality_ All wool, Ana, or coarao, ghould
be well cleansed for the bon'efit of both parties.—
All work done with despatch, and warranted.
May. 27,1868-2 m. B. A. HILTBOLD.
les`P • & al I—
&cites ca • - .
Buffalo PI tform Scales, . all Ordinary
sizes, for hoay and counter nee; 'nay bo
fund at the Earthy re Btoro of Wm.' Roberts,
Welisboro. Those SealOs aro the Fairbanks pat-i
edt and !lave nafenpSrier,tanyierbere. -They ar
'made in the Ilea style and ha 4 taken the prenli
urn. at all the mat exhibitioneo '
have the sole agency for these Scales in; this
region. "WILLIAM ROBERTS.
Wollaboro, Feb. 12, 1968. - • •
TT AIKV'S.—A' now kind of _lamp for Kemoseo- 4
Al no broolusgo s of obitoiloys—a t
Flaireed by •
lAMB it Co.
5,., PART PRCORD.
SEPTEMBER 3, 1868.
Orphans' Court Sale
80c 1 Y ,
For &air Rent.