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TUNE-=." Three Blind Mice."
Two Copperheads 1 two Copperheads!
See how they gaze ! see how they gaze!
They look`to the North andthoy look to the South,
They look every weir to sea the White noose;
But they will And it nix coin arouse,
To two Copkprheadel to two Copperheads!
Two Copperheads ! -two Copperheads!
Sea how they run eco how they..run I
Tihey run to get into the President's chair
Bttt they will find a get General there,
.one who will make them atop,and stare-r
These two Copperhelt4l:"Gle , se two,CAmerheado!
'Two Copperheads! two Copperheads!
Hear how they hiss bear how they-hies'
They hiss at the nigger, but want his aid
. making another big raid,
But SanabO•iis ' • "
Of two COpperheads! t*o Copperheads!'
Two Copperneads I two Copperheads!
See how,they coil ! see how they coil!
They eoi)?todortroy our nation again,
But thdylVilltiad'their heads full of pain?':
For they:SliallhehrOiseidatid . hii.oth of them slaln—
Two &raft Copiserlivids I. two dead Copperheads!
Okartic.,ll.iimps, Sept. .12, 1808
be interestiVetOinariy of your readers •
to hear froiathe far_,Nrorth West, I send
you art i p p itoe bf,y journeyings,and
experiecs since leaving :Mansfield,
and its Aeasatit surroundings.
Afteri Li 7 2,jetieney of. a fortnight, via
the great )asses, " we found ourselves
steaming up theFaher of Waters from
La Crosse to Winona - . The scenery all
the way:ls,4oY, beautiful', vieiug -with
that of the far" famed Hudsop. The
eastern shore is mostly flat, While the
western :shouts jranges - of :hills, ' and
ledges of uncovered rocks all untouched._
by art. The hills rise from 500 to 1000
feet. iltildi-rock.y promontories push
out clo - Se• to Me' Water; Tnetir die. sum.
in its of the.wooded bilis.ledges of rocks'
with theitzperpeiidicularstratifled sides,
Weather 'washed, present . the' appear
ance oriiiiiied eaSileS; Walls, and towns
overgrown'.:Ntitii: .'r,ineS,;,,iftici kushes;
these _-witl ,-the ,hroad expanse of the
and: he. bluffs present landscape:,
varied . and beautiful enough to Make ti
sick Man,- for a time, forget his pairiE
and iliktind lose himself iii the wonder
workUlgs'Oflthe' , Itiiiiiite: Four• hours
ride, throtigif this varied scenery. of
'river, hills„ an 1_ ditles,,byings us to
- o ft is a new 4, , e- , ,tern town of 0000 or
10,000 inhabitants. "Here we were oblig
ed to stop abotit a Week to reerifitntir
wasted eneyiqes; but notwithstanding
the eitekgsive'heat, 'a_very unfavorable
. of the_ worst, hotels
-of the town, (there are k.cood Mies), and
our extreme weakness, ui,t recovering
from .a- 40311 of_ severe hemorrhage of
t 4 lungs—we received very. favorable
impressiohs of . the place, The best
building- in _the town- is_the _School
Hotitat; built of brick, with towers and
MailSard roof at a cost Of aver '550,000.
I ndeed. I fOund it characteristic of the
-Miuutsota'towns, that the best build
ings'are - the School Houses. - Not far
from this, 11 one of the three State Nor
mal S . i.4loch; Of Minnesota Is building,
at a cost of SIOQ,OOO. It is a liner school
building than have seen in any of our
Eastern cities, have
will with its fine
architectural effect, form a lasting 11101).:
ument - tcr L the-foresight of the founders
of our young giant Sister State in pro
vidipg thus early, for the training of
her common school teachers. The
school. is now under the direction of
Prof F. Phelps, as Principal, occu
pying rented apartments in waiting for
the most ample rooms and equipments
cf the Saito Normal,-and is doing good
work.' • Minnesota—praise be to her !
has already - -appropriated more toward
the education of her teachers, than has
Penn'a.._ Her :Legislattlre has already
given to the aid of this school, (and she
has two others under her care), over
:.i , i30,000, besides a permanent annual ap
propriation to each of her Normal
Schools of $5OOO. - Had we inMansiield
the benefit of an appropriation, like
thig last we would think it no trouble
to keep our heads above water. Let us
hope for it yet.: ; Pennsylvania though
• slow is generally' Sure to come out on
thoright side. If we could only get a
g,alvanicr battery, dr something else to
open: the eyes of our . legislators, it
would save much anxiety and hard la
bor on "the.part of the true friends of
*'education, and would.prove a God-send
to the State.
THE \VI-TEAM kIELDS.
Leaving Winona by rail we wended
hither and thither for 10 or 12 miles to
ascend the bluffs, when the most.beau
tiful prairie covered witliwaying
golden - wheat greeted the eye,. far out as'
it could reach: The same rich scene of
a sea of &idea wheat almost ready for
the harvest continued through Winona,
Olmstead and Dodge Counties until, we
are stopped in Mantorville, the county
seat of the latter county. It is a pleas
ant little hifandtown of over 1000 in
habitants, built on nearly the highest
prairie lands of Southern Minnesota.
Here, finding friends, we stopped to try
the effect of the lifegiving air" of the
" Asylum for consumptives." A few
weeks Stay- here found my health so
muCh Improved, that from being able
to lotter across- the room on my arrival
I could walk a mile anti back without
any feeling of weariness. It was then
truly_a_litztusyto ride over the prairie •
drink in . the 'mil . scenery, Snuff the
pure .breeze, Shoot prairie chickens,
watch the gophers in their curious r cy
rations, and maneuvers, ezc., arid then
go back and dream it all over again.
free. as one can be front • the cares and
'an.xi ties of life. - But the Cat! the
wheat! Ofie would almost think there
were enough M supply all the hungry
mouths for a Year' to come. The yield
this year froth the 1,000,000 acre. sown
INliiinesota is estimated at not less
than 20,000,000 latishels. More anon.
(• -Yours truly,
J. T. STREIT.
P. A. -Minnesota and lowa are good
for Grant by au aggregate majority of
PARTING-WORDS.— A lady parting
froth her husband a few days since iu
the'cars at Albany was overheard by
the 'passengers to utter the following
paragraph, all in one breath: "Good
bye;Wlll. Write to the every, day.
won't 'you? - I'll expect a letter three
times a week any way. Take good care
of my Sunday school class, for I want
it\When I come back. If Miss Smith
cAlls don't give* her more than fifty
cents, for 7e have to' support our own
church, you know. Don't forget to
bring my silk dress and my othershoes.
Come as soon as you can. Good-bye.
Don't forget. your cane, and let you
..A -lady advertises for sale one babpon t
three •tubby eats and a parrot. She
States that, being now married, she has
no further use for them, for the reason
that their amiable qualities are all corn
blued in her husband.
Arternas War&bas been heard from
throughh Planchette. _lle says : " I'm
trying to figger, up how I could give a
wars2s,ooo at my deth, when, geeord
ing to reports sense I didn't hey but 5.
We like to see a farmer increase the
growth of useful plants and shrubs
around his home, taut do not like to see
him use rails, poles; and boards. o prop
The Ohio Farmer lets off the follow
ing;, Large horses are generally admir
ed by farmers ; but farmers are most
admired who Pony up.
Pillicoddy Wants to know who
WAS er shed by the Icebergs, and why
ihey didn't get outof the way when
they saw them coming. •
Beeauso a man who attends a flockOf
sheep is 'a shepherd, makes it no reason
that a man who owfla a cow should be
'a coward. • „ „
C tll3 Yl. 14,1i8HA Ni!
and Others.. ,;
N _• " k mato If
•• , ,
EclO,S, FLOUR, AND
; , •
PURS AND SKINS,,,
DRIED AN4 GREEN PRUITS, GRAIN,
. WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL sTORks, HOPS,"
,- - , ,, f!.o . fpi!sE,Nci,
F.ETHERS, HEMP, PROVISIONS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW, SEEDS,
MOLASSES, &0., &O.
442, 444 and 446 Washington St.,
And recOis o lil weekly Pries Outrent of Pro
duce and Groceries the inept complete Price Cur
rent Published in the United ,
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates &:Cards furnished Free
Liberal Adiicineee made on Con . irgnm'ta
E_tahliehed May ht. 1860.
Fleet Clore . -Itefim'one99 given when Acquired
April 9.2, 1 g6B.—ly. • „ ••
NEW HARDWARE STORE I
CONVEAS & OSGOOD
N addition to ( leis old business in Pry : Goode,
I Groceries, lc, have est?liiiiheti- •
STOVE, TIN, AND GENERAL HARD
two doors below tho old Et:lll , i ; where they man
alai:Aura • , -- , '
TYN-\V A .1.4,
that is. in the must substantial mariner. In At /
S'TOV . IA:S,
we have enough to do nil the cooking and warm
ing in Tioga County, In, fact, we. have Stoves
enough to MAKE A SUMMER in '
We aro the only agent 3 for the Bala of the
AMERICAN COOK STOVE
in Wellsboro; and this Stove is the:
AUTOCRAT OF STOVES.
We keep all kinds of hardware, Iron, Nails
Steel, Horse Shoes, rind a complete variety of
If yoli I r lim•L it D' . .)16.P/N.
CONVERS fi OSOOOD
Well.sburii, Sept.. 4, 12 t 5 ii.,JY• i •
Mll. WILLIAM ROBERTS ' bege- to
LT L announce to the citizens of Tioga County,
that in addition to his excellent stock of Stoves,
ttn.Ware, Brittania, and Sheet-Iron Ware, lie:
hae,'at a groat Outlay, stocked hie attire on
MA.IN STREET, WELLSBORO,
ARh a complete misortment or Shell Hardware,
if which we enumerate the following articles:
VAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, RAND AND BUCK SAWS,
Burrs; STRAP - 11INGES,
!iITT STOCKS, - HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS. SKEINS, WASHERS, '
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
• TREES, ELLIP
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
• COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
POWDER AND i
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
n.now thing, and mado for use. Theso aro but a
few of the many articles composing onr stook
We invite tbo public to call and examine for
Aemeelves. We aim to keep ttio'boat quality
rdsin our line ; and Rli Work to ,order done
mptly and well. WILLIAM ROBERTS*
Hero Fruit Jar.
500 GROSS of the HERO FRUIT JAR
for sale by . •
.-- ; , W. D. TERRELL & CO.,
Corning, N. Y.
We a eprepared to fill orders for the hero
Fruit J r as low as they can ! be bought-any
anywhe e and shipped from Ciorning, We can
give special rates on large gust' titles. lt is the
best and most salable Jar in the market. Get
quotations from us before ordcring elsewhere.
March 18, 1868.— . - - .6m • -7 1 .
WASHING . MACHIN - E. , ;
TAS; M. WILKINSON, of Charleston, having
ta• _purchased the' right to make and vend the
H. P. - Jones Washing Machine is Tioga County,
hereby giies notice that the inachines are being
made at Van fern's Cabinet Factory, Wellsborc,
where they Teo' be procured. ,
The beat, cheapest, end mort sensible machine
Juno 24; 1868—tf. , •
200- Bushels ,Timothy Seed. 100' bUsbels
Clover seed, choieest kinds
't , - • , WRIGHT & RAMEY. •
No* is: otir limr!to , :Buy!
HAWN 44 more goods than is necessary for
this market, I will Bell my entire stock of
.•1;:. ? ).
1,0603 : AN4 r iLitt`
1 -; VATOIES, C • , - , 1
— PLATED WARE; AND FAN
"-i- iCY GOODS, AT COST. -
f•, , ?.
0. G. Clocks at . $3,50.
014 lc " " ....
Oottste " • " 1,70.
American Watches in Silver Hunting Cases at
$l9. 'Fluor Movements, is heavier Cases, at cot.-
rev oudipgl3oolV VMS .'4 149 47At , MF. 1 9 -
THIS IS NO HUMBUG, BUT A VER
ITABLE SALE I
3, :,9 all and see for yourself L.' 74
Welleboro, April 22, 1 08. A. FOLEY.
Paint for Farmers and Others,
RAFT N ~,iitIAEAAL 1' A INT 90.
are now,maau fe tun ng" the 'IB piit; Olieapesf
and most Duralrle,.painCiu tuiti; two Oats well
put on, 'mixed with"puro Linimed - oil; will latVlo*
-or lb years; it is of a light brown or beautiful
Chocolate color, and can he charged to green,
lead, titone, dreivplivp or proato,, to Fait the taste
of the consumer,. It Ifs , rattihbfe'hir llostiont,•
Barns, 'Fences, Carriage and Car makers, Palls
aid Wooden-ware Agricultural Implements,
Canal Boats, Vessels and Ships' Bottoms, Can-1
vas-y.IIIOAI and Shingle Boofs,lit being Piro and.
Water proofs,) Floor OIL Cloths, (one Manufae
hirer having vsed 5,000 bbla. the past year,) and
and as a paint for any purpose is unsurpassed for
body, durability, alaaicity and adhesiveness.—
Price 450 por barrelprfOO t lbs.., which will pupply
,a farmer for yeara4.6 'chine. • Warranted th:f all
cases as above. Send for a circular Which gives
Anti particulars. Nono genuine unless branded
a trade Plar.hilfArauft9n Min eral Paint. Per
lsons can order the Paint and' Vomit :ihe 'm ney
on receipt of the goods. Address — "
June 3,1868-6 m 254 Pearl St, New York.
:the 4otilidk Tiog&C.
YOUR attentitin is respectfully called to the
fpllowing "Aet of Assembly" passed at the
hyt session of ,the LeKislature, and to the facili
ties 'tat:forded 'by virtue of ihavent,'of Preierving.
'the evidence of our service as soldiers in the war
for the preseryatiqn . ,e(the Union : , :
Be it uncoated by the Senate and House` of
ReprOsentatives of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania.% General Assembly met, cud it is here
hy enacted by the Authority of the ; same,: ,Thai
the lieeordors of Deeds of the several Counties of
this bieounortweititit ore hereby authorised and
required to record nil tinal discharges of Com
missioned and norr.Cetnotistioned Offieers and
Privates upon aipTicogoollieirig ipivietto there
by the holders of the nine, for which the Recor
der shall be allowed the usual fee for recording;
I"iiirii`tbat the recording of the came shall not be
subjobt rho payment of the State tax.
JNO. W. GEARY, Governor.
Wellsbero, Pa., July - 13,1813.8-3,4
- • .IJ. ..to - BANE, 1 ;
I Recerder,'Tioge Co;
Hand Book of Politics for 1868.
Ready In 4nly.
' ; ••
adapted for nee in thv 'coming
Presidential Campaign. Will contain all the
mutter in the poptical Manuals of 1566, 1867,
and 1868. Compiled from official sotiii•es. Will
give the whole Political Action of the Govern
ment, and of Parties, Impeachment,
Reconstruction, General Polities, Plailerms,
Acceptance of Candidates; Re.. from April. 1&65,
to July, 1868. Tables on Debt and Taxation,
--- RiViintie and Expenditures,— Iteaklis ti outhern
Registration and Votes. Election Tables from
1860 to date. .100 pages, Bvo, cloth, $2 50, post
The Political Manual for 1868, separately,
"cloth, ; . ,pnper,_ cower, 17h cents, poet paid
1 _4 l . McPHERSON. 4
Clerk; of the House of Represeptativos,
WAsEttstvrrni, D. 0.
S A.T .--I\.l
1 - ,11 II N E - S
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE
'411k1,1) saying that a penny saved I, a penny
calmed, justifk.s (iARDNLIt in aaminghis
establishment a Savings Bank. Eeonomy is
Wealth; said same old chap trhoFe natty I havo
largettce; and it it camiiimy to track. a herd the
of high prices i Leing o.toFeoul4l, it)) ri,rar and
without — roprioier 1 eats sell Sug;tr,,,
laws, 'risk, Flour, Corn. "Ale.il;_AN,ffees,
Con»ed Fruits;:ipielak, that everythiz. l 4 intended
for family use, diving the buyer the hentllt
fall of tho market., uu tidy:lnt:lga duly appre-
Ciated by everybody, excepting 0 Lily those verdant
T• : •
who , prefer PRO.III:STSO TO PA Y . one hun
dred peiVelif. - protits to the teller, to PA YING
twenty five per earttl.oadt_ott. tiolirtry of the
goods. r shall offer my stork of good] at fair
EVERY SA TUT DAY,
and till up a-; I;tst st, ! , I &011 Out. •
L. A). GARDNER
Well::1;;;;W; Juuo 12, is;
• • ; 'Ati ) EN'T FOIO
OF FAMILY, PULPIT, & PIIOTO
GRAPII BIBLES. I
Wholeselp j)eali.rji n , lll find tho list to 6Eo:U:eft
the laigesr egsertment of Bibles in the country.
The publisher has no, hesitation in pronounc
ing thorn more Saleable than any Bibles publish
ed, The various editions embrace 'all the vari
ous styles of binding and sizospf type, varying
iniprice from, $2 to s3o t for Family LlV~lo, large
1 1 1 A. Itij
PATEN_ FL EX lAL C f,N-.04 OK
• - P1IOTb(1 RAPTI AL UM,
Ilid - ruperiority of - " Harding's Patent Floxiblo
(Main-Back Album," over ill others heretofore
manufactured, will, upon the slightest examina
tion, be apparent ;.:-
"Pitt/lagers are assured• thatthe above ,buoke
aro all ef-tpo best Philnlichiliiti.matutictiire.
• • - • • - E.*B. CAI 3 -0;
Jan, 8; .088.1-3 m
Welizboro Meat Market!
E.vJ Poik! ItturroN'r
THl4.solpseriber opened Meat Market In the
balltllbg lately! tieaupieif by Dr: Webb,', on
Crafton-street, Morality trroitiPn'g; Feb. , lt.'Nvhoro
ho will,kebp aefull ailtiortMOnl .0f ft
" irliErf /if.A
Hams and ShOultlerA. If tho people will give me
encouragement• I Will kt , "p ura : gorolMarket.
1868--3 m. A. J. TIPPLE.
'cales! Scales'. Seale.k!
rr TIE Buffalo Platform Scales, all 'ordinary
stioc for heavy, and- counter use,. may be
found itt the Hardware 'Sioro of Wm. 'Roberts,
IV ellsborm 'novo Settles are the Fairbanks pat
ent Intve k tm superior. ups pher. are
made-N-0e ,best, styie and !lay': taktin.tbe,prepij-'
utn at all the great exhibitions.
I haWthe tioleitOncy ler. these Scales in• this
region. - WILLIAM ROBERTS.
. • ,
Q AC IC ING for Iwo, best quqlity 25 Ms peryard
• ; DEO,AI9 C ClyS.
R, ALTO: I ,IINAt Sup
ERS, for salo . ittlipy!q Drug Store.
JOB-WORK, IN '
3T - IL
BST LEl 6nd
5t 7 A11>2.4:FX.P.P!!4[i,,, - ;
.pl,j;roS, MEDICINES, PATENT MED—
tOINES,;PAINTSe OITAS, WI,
DOW lOLASS; & -PUTTY, k
Have come down to Old. Prices at last.
.• .r ,
wE tiot-h teitsit• to - wig. that Aro Imvo tkei
Largest Stock of
Pr LAR E ENGLISH DRUGS
PIT U.NT REByl I NHS,
I, ,'L~'~'• :: '' ~,',d
PA'PE,VAN-R, 11 ;
,• 'l9 I,
FANCY ART ICLES,
CLOTH, HAIR, TOOTH & NAIL
EVER •RRCWOHT:IEI',..3IAREET. ,
We have also the L rgest Stock of
PAINTS. .GLA S AND PUTTY,
- Sucks's, , ,
"- ' . 1. 7. ;
Pure White Lead, ,Pure White Zinc, Linseed
- Oil. Coach Varnish, Furniture Varnish, Yel
low Ochre, Venetian Red, Chrome Yet-
Green,, , Prussian;Olue, - , -
Patent Dryer, Lacher, Japan,
Spanish Whiting, Paris White, Kaisomine,-Resin,
_Tar, Log Wood; natio, Broicil'Wood,:eolz.l-
, • wood, liiithioo•t Potash, Putty, Aldo-`eohol, Benzoic, Spirits Turpentine,
" tindlihroiene Oil, Paint and , • •
• VarniSh 'Brushes,:
Which we will sell 25 per cont. cheapoi than any
other establishment in the county. In short, we
have every thing ever kept in a,first class
and all we ask is for you to call and'examino Out
stock and prices before buying elsewhere. Re!
member we can't be undersold. -
411-goods wiirratt ted or no Bale.
P, R. WILLIADIS, 1 P. It WILLIAMS & Co.. '
J., L. WILLIAM S .,L J Ami.No. 3 Unimi Bl.nek, •
Wollsboro, Juno 28, 1807
A Patent Right thafts No ilitinbitg.
mHE SUBSCRIBER. having purchastid"ih
right of D. B. Sturdevant's Milk Shelves
Provision dtack RirTiOga. County, is prepared (o
Bell Township or individual righttat fair rates.
Tb o trie Rack is portable and si, airange That it
cab be taken apart and put togetheragain in dye
minu r tea., ;it occupies less Ahan_four feet *quarts
of a roomand ' placed - i&tho kirA4t,
cold weatheirp•untlia tbo, Cellar in warty Wtiallter,
and will hold fron 72 to V i pans of milk. The
shelves are made in skeleton foirirtio as to allow
the free circulation of air all around the pans.
It has been proved that milk will raise more
creatn,eo from four to six howl; longer
than ou prdinary shelvits. '
Each shelrturns by, itself ,Independent of tbn
other, so that the cream of the formei,irtilltlng
not disturbed by the removal or putting on of
pans. Tho frame' is such that it can ho roadi.
Iy covered with a cloth or gauze, etToetually
chiding insects or dust. It is a amhploto arrange
ment to dry fruit upon. Tbo subscriber will soon
visit differont parts of tho Catip,ty with a model
of this rack, or ho can 'ho addiessed'at R r ollabo> o;
by those desiring to purchase Township or indi
vidultl.rights. Sp9qiineps,can also bo.seonat the
Foundry' building of Sears , t is
Borough at any time niter the middle of March.
Stoyes & Tip Ware
FOR THE MILLION.
Good people all, both grant and small,—if you
wok to'keep ' ' ' •
PEACE' IN: TIIE .FAMILY
you bunt have enough to eat, dry wood, a good
wife, well-behaved children, and to, crown all, air,
TIP a TOP COOKING STOVE!
This.lastAnd crowning good, have at my Tin
and StomiepabliWinentiopposito Boys
Wellaboro, and its 'souse is the
HOME COMPANION ;
on'411: Idide itainitted to btt'.oqual toariyin Vic
TIN WARE MA
promptly!, ntuljv4rr4n t
eTeouted In the best mann
Wellaborough, Nov. 21,
- - Public - 1
— A - MONG-tho-useful- .. .1
_a; lbecrearerfow,.. that,:
t eedi.few- se wail adapted' !
faring, few so well approvd
new - and ii6werful remedy :
the German people call it
It gives ease and comfo'
from Neuralgia and 'Rho l
speedy relief to t at large)
are often . cured, a , d alwa
ward appliettilew, .4 .
Foi. sale 'b all-Diuggi ,
Wholesale Depot DAY,
GER, No 84 Cott rtlandt 13
T 'o LAWYER
1.14) T C
ih fall gette, at -.YOU,
elegant li open B
1 sulkey. I two horse Io
.~ 1 7~.t
E TO. ORDER,
.r and with dispatch
D. P. AOBER:Ii9':
. allocate of•the-day,
:area - eve hutniit.suf.
id by the public as that
ed , Seintifer (or as
to the poor sufferer
thatistn, and brings ,
class of diseases that
HOAGLAND dc STI
. New York.
got.- 1 80°00.11i:1nd
1 ,-- hand top..buggy:
1 - 49 , 1tT .16 8A1LE.74.,
TO B PT: ~ &,: - . A9-4:144 , H ia., ) :0 1 :
'.';I;,;B:PWNPS -2 I '''':-:, '-' S '
tAty itt:the' highest !in`arket..prieei
SHEEP: PE 14 1 143; DEACQN , tr,SKINS,
for which we ri;ill4o 'e'a 1:
We will manufaeturo'iaiilder; French or,IMMe
-tanned CALF or KIP BOOTS,`in the host man
ner Marl at fair rotas, and pay especial attention
id REPATAINcI i
We have a tiret4nltiretoek of
Ant which we wilt not be tinclerseld;aMl from this
time we i shall make it apoint to keep up the ,hesi,
litock "Of r: • - ._- •
to be found in the eounty,,whieli wo will sell at
a lower profit than such articles havo,, ever - been,
offered in this region:
We shall likewise keep up a good assortment
LADIES I -41ALMENtALS. /.4 ; g T
BOOTEES, CIIILDREN'S AND
J ' l ; MISSES WORK of VA-.
and ail stylos of BEEPS .W0.13.K.
LEATIIZR ~FINDINGS '
can bo bought of us as cheap as any where this
side of Now York, and wo shall keep a full stock
FRENCH .CALF, MUCH, RIP, UP
PER, SOLE, LININGS;, AND
Our stock of PEGS. NAILS, THREAD, AWLS,
.?ASPS, GLOVERS'i ;NBEDLEB,-, I,A,STS,
TREES, C I'd, PS, \ -ioias gIICEAMICER'S
TOOLS and will be found the lar
.gestltt the cottnty,Tautiltse sal for smelt profits..
We talk business and we wean business. We
save been in this region long 'enough to be well
those who know us try 4' Corner
"` teflon . .streets;npposltei Wm. Rob
" C. W. SEARS, ' •
of Mnin - ic -- , n
Wellsboro, April 24, 1867-41.
1868, 1 Mt I-Gll-48v-TBA-liElf",-1868.
oomtnenee this year with an exclusively
CASH PAID FQR WHEAT 1
CASH PAID FOR OATS 1
CASED PAID FOR C6RN,
CASLi FOR D . EVERYTHING
A LARGE _STOCK OF. ; FLOUR FOR
A, LARGE 'ST4IO . K. .FEED FOR,
A LARGE STOOK •OF PORK FOR
„• • :
Call and'see us. IVRIGHT Sc BAILEY
Wellsboro, Jan. 9,1867-1. y..
All persons Audo lA ed to us by note or book
account must call end settle or pay costs.
Jau;),' ~WRIGIIT, BAILEY.
TIM INIT DRAMA - OF
ViNoi:k-bi . V . 4llo4og's
PUBLIC! BENEFIT 1
• PROCCEAMME :
v:1 • ~ rent Pritar: ,
In , on , of tht contemplated Railroad soona
( to bo - uilt 'to • Vellehoro, the
conchs ecl to, give the people hereabouts, daily
enter nMents through the year, commencing on
the 14 of January. Thelrat piece, entitled,
( L • E A-NN;ET LIVE Y. „
IN Two CHARACTERS.
Live,... WILSoNdE VAN VALICF:NDM
Lot Li ' ' Tun pnont,n.
Th' roof drama has drawn crowded : houses
bothi this and the old Countries , and is ad
,y all to be ono of the most profitable, in
tereeti*, o,Psl.l)est pieces extant
Ti ets to the Dress Ofrele—.VßEE.
, PART BECO.ND. ,
We isk- it distinctly understood, that all
olassett` f politicians,•'nnd oven those who :feel
a little VOlfuih-LArid In fact none aro excluded
Whoi we can Nrnish any: iitylo, kind and
quality l of Gentlemen's wearing apparel on short
notice, tind nt'pricespstonisliing
:CUTTING 'BONE ADMIRA4I, -.
Clothi; Cassinaeres, Vestings, Ladies'
Cloths, and' 4 . a large, variety of .
Ladies' Dress Goods.
Bost kinds, and es cheap it the cheapest.
Tickets to the Pargiie.te—FßEE
In this great Tragedy for Ilia benefit of the
public, we would agt omit saying to the Ladies
that we'alsu keep everything to replenish thoir
Come one and alljand ?Ivitne§s the above on
tertaihtlient..: Wo do not claim • to ho old Stare,
but shell endeavor to do - our,beet to give - all the
werth of their money.
Reserved Oats for the Ladiea.
' ReliOnbor the place,
NO. 2, UNION BLOCK
N. B.—We shall give our patrons the full ben
efit 'of the decline in prices, an d
them 'out thanks ifor the very liberal patronage
heretofore extended, we solicit a continuant.
of the same. • r! •
WILSON <L . VAN VAL . KENI3I.IRG.
Home .ILifo iiistili'ance . Co.,
NO. 25 BRtiADWAY, NEW YORK.
A LL the not profits of tide Company go to
..Cllhe Minted. •
No.forfoittire Of 'Roll - cies.
No Limitation na to residence or Travel.
Thellonati has an ample Cash Oapital most so
ouroWinveated.' , . ,
WALTER S. GRIITITII. - Prob.
GINAGE O. RI,PLEY,i— ' Sec'y.
I, U. FROTUINGHAM, ' TnEAB.
WM. J. COFFIN, ACTUARY.
MORGANMART, Ag't, Wellsboro.
March 4, 1888-Bm. b. ' ' • i
TFARKNESS & Ritgirk
BOOT AN'D 1110EIttAKERS I
:Oder wit.on.& Van Valketabtiry's Store, in the
room iqtely occupied by :Benj. Seeley.
zVIO OOTS: SHOES kinds made to
, JUI order and in the best manner: ' •
REPAIRING ral l•kinds done promptly and
good:. Live tin 'a ball. •
JOHN 1 HARKNESS,
WellBboro, Jan. 2086841 y.
'WOlsboro Cloth-Dressing Works.
g AVING" . ! engaged Mr. 'JAMES SMITH :to
-superintend otir• Clotting Works we are
now ready to do all kind of coloring and dross
good style, and on short notice.
S.' A; HIL TiIOLTI,
Sept. 18, 14367Ltt. BLAIR
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111110LBSA I LE - 'lOO - • • olitt 1 , ddl3l — ti : • •-•— '.'eames •
^-11loi sod, "Pni,P4k 0 91 111 !,'X. O1" 11 # 11,9 G lilleld
. „ ..
~,•nonctodinpueit iiiii , laralia two, spoon ,inci
li onnirenb ulna' lif eavmparn Hap:fowl %tog; pan
irpnytpstax spoinj arta ,tg4o sollsnatere ff.i.lq 0,4
4 ‘pmemotit itsonsri4q ontispApa S!fil U! 24 1190a1 .
1 if sin. gip A'qci Xuif,Nsllo,l4,F
11 1 1 111` 1 111? 6 '/VP l ',,i);ul..so4pkii. - Ci',,,c4,l(!udij,i 1 314.:tiv0
. mica'', Vn, . •eti ekiki pitaatikionl,tei poll -live
--/ J 43 " 9 1 0,4 RoltlA `PIPIditiA .6.ll...CtiVelualval
~'. ibszi•ii,N',lN.4 , ;. :-N.:--i:
InnpitEup DVIDS'INKS, KEITH'S
00itItENT ATED MEDICINES '• )"
IREDE, '8 rLup, EX- •
BURiIETVS . OO6:4IiiE;FLAVORINO
PATENT RUCH- .
. ESTER PERFUMERY
.AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PIPER, WINDOW GLASS, ,
\VIIITE\VASII LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR- MARVIN ;:t CO'S 'RE
SOld at Wholesale Prices. Buyeis are requested
to call and got quotations before going further
D. i'ERBELL & CO:
Corning. -N. Y., Jan. 1, 1868?-1y
1868 ::: FOR SALE. ' 1868
v - \ B. C. WICKHAM,
1 T ..' 'IIItSERY OF FRUIT AND OR.
lA. NAMENI • . " tEES, IN TIOGA :-
60,000 Apple Trees,
10 0010 Pear. Trees.
A gcod supply of PLHM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAM • NTAL. TREES do SHRUBBERY.
Fruit rees are composed of Gm . ehoieost
varieties, gb d, healthy, some of them - largo and
in bearing. , Any ono wishing to got a supply
will do'well to call and see my stock before pur
chasing efsewhero,l / .^lr• Delivered at the depot
free of ,eliarge. '•-
Tioga, Fob. 28;486871y*
To Ownersnor Horses and Cattle.
MOMS' DERBY CONDITION POWDERS ARE
1. warranted superior to any others, or no pay, for
the cure of Distemper, Worms, Rots, Coughs, 'lido.
bound. Colds, &c., in Horses ; and Colds, Coughs, Lose
of Milk, Black Tongue. Horn Distemper, &c., In Cat.
tlo. They are perfectly safe and innocent; no need of
stopping the working of your animals. They increase
the appetite, give a tine coat, cleanse the stomach and
urtnaryorgans; also increase the milk of cows. Try
them, and you will never be without them. Hiram
Woodruff, the celebrated trainer of trotting horses, has
used them for years,. and recommends them to his
friends, Col. Philo. P. Bush, of the' Jerome Race
Course, Fordham, N. Y., would not use them until ho
was told'of • what they aro composed, since which. ho
Is novel' without them. He has over twenty running
horses In his charge, and for tho last three years has
used no other medicine for theta. He has kindly per•
mitred mo to refer any ono to him. Over 1,000 othe?
references can be aeon at the depot. Sold by Druggists
anti S:uldlcrs. Price 25 celits per bok. Depot, 50
Cortland t Street, Now York. - - [Feb. lit]
'MACHINE , SHOP.
MBE subscribers having prcourod additional
machinery aro now ready to furnish to ordor
all sorts of
PLOWS, CULT' ATOR S, FIELD
ROLLERS, MILL GEARING,
SLEIGH•SHOES, W 0 0 D
We! ,havo 4180
for custom and job work, We aro also prepared
SLITTING tt SCROLL SAWING
Having a first-class screw-cutting Lathe, we
aro prepared to make
CIIEESE PRESS SCREWS,
to order. Builders of Cheese Factories aro re
quested to examine our work. Wo manufacture
one of the finest implements in tho innrket.
Cash paid for OLD IRON
WeMbar°, May 15 1 J So7—tr.
Grocery and Provision Store,
CORNING, N. 'Y.
c , .
WHOLESALE AND ~RETAIL DEALER
in all kin 6 of
%Vines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & •DOMESPIC, GREEN &
CA NNED FRUITS AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS- &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &c., &c
A full and complete assortment of the above
mentioned goods of the hest quality always on
Particular attention paid to Pine Groceries
Dealers and Consumers will rind it to their in
terast.to examine Ma Stock before buying. •
Corning., N. Y., March 11,.1868.
T "apsortiieni of Watches, Clobke
of [190F060 FOLEY'S:
F. L. SEARS.
ow; in clowns . Jo gonaolig otp ituo prnors ola
So fools oVist Stan 12 foviv
" . (Put I Isaq) 'S(1113,
'nrowi (ion givtz
'Rolii alms asuou
• . `ssoll , 3 1uuTe3 Pilot
'poiptitiq Jad sqlyx
0N177,78 38V IAI
` . •Vel 'ff7ffILTSATVK
othqsiloAt n0.60q imply
1611101 1 / 1 2 S' atlix 'ti
AnoS Nu!dug Sq ofiquound aim u onus puu
sseuTang znoil uo eAH U em3H
ThC American Cooking Stove.
AFTER twenty years experience in the man
ufacture of stoves, we became convinced,
some Mx years since, that a vast amount of
money Was being expended by the people of this,
country, in buying cheap and worthless stoves, a
large portion of. which was wasted; and that
true economy consisted in buying the best stoves
that could be mAde,
notwithstanding the price
was higher. ~With this view we proceeded to
construct the American Cooking . Stove, 'and
spared no pains or expense to make it the best
and most perfect strive that could be made. And
we have experimented with it, and carefully
watched its operation for the last six years, and
when an improvement suggested itself, we have
at once adopted it, and we have several of these
improvements secured by letters patent. In
this manner we do not hesitate to say, we have
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 theriarietiee of stoves we mann=
facture, we study usefulness, durability, conve
nience and economy in operation, rather than
cheapness in price, and in so doing we are satis
fied we study the interest of those purchasing
our stoves. SHEAR, PACKARD, dr, CO,,
Albany, N. Y.
For sale by CONVERSE At OSGOOD, Wells
bore, Pa. May 13, 18168
TO the Farmers of Tioga County
T AM now building at my manufactory, in Lawrence
villa. a euperior
which possesses tho following advantages over all other
1. It separates oats, rat litter, and foul seeds, and
hese and cockle, frdm wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
3, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does all other separating required of a mill.
This mill is built of the best and most durable tim
ber. In good style, and is sold cheap for cash, or pro•
I will fit n patent sieve. for separating oats from
wheat, to other mills, on reasonable terms.
J. If MATHER.
Lftwrencoville,oo.obor 10, 1806—tf
KNOXVILLE, TIOGA'CO., PA,
ELIAS HORTON, Principal.
Sins. ADA W. BORTON,.Prepeptrose.
MIBB MinA HORTON, Assistant.
Wes AMANDA 'DRAKE, Teacher of Music.
Fall Term commences Sept. 3d, Winter Term Nor
20th, Spring Term Feb. 18th, 1860.
EXPENSES PER TERM.
Languages and Higher Mathematics...
Instrumental Musie r extra
Vocal Music i extra.
Room Rent "
Board per week
Knoxville, Augu 5a4,1867-ti.
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sziEzia . zazzaray.-. ;.-
On and (met alondn7, Mt) , titn, 7a 8 , t 'al itOr will
belt' tforelnii•tt attrnitlho lanes Ins hours:
siII.IITIVARD notnsb, .
,e.:0.3 a in Night Expressokindaya excepted, foi 1..
Salamanca, aud Dunkirk, making direct conneeti.
's with trains sr the Agouti° .3 great Western, Lai",
1. nitore,and grand Trunk Dalltrays,forall point b Web t
`0:24 tv. ro.,Night Exprese,DnilY, for lluiltdo.bitiarhai t to
Dunkirk and the West, connecting as above.
6:35 it. in., Night ExpreaS,Su inlays excepted, for It rl—
ootorAnd buffalo: via Wren. • '
„ • 1
10:15 a . ni., Nal I Train ,Bllndays dxdopted. for Butt:elo 1
• 'ant Dank's*.
L 46 p, m. Baltimore Express, Stindays excepted, for
aochesion and. Avon.
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Dtlitkirk had the WePr,teonnecting et
salanianca; Attila thq Atlantic and Oreut - Western
'Railway g dt•BihitaloWithtlio l Lako/shareand(+ ra ,id : 1 ,1
Trunk Railways, and eLtriinkirk with tho Lake Shore
itailway, for all pohaistveut mid south .
6;40 p rn Day Exprus,Sandays excepted,tor itedlilai PI
22:36 n.m., Express Nail; eicepesd.for .
• 10, Balanianeit,add Dunkirk, i:en nOting with tralnr '
far the West. • ,
1.30, p m Way Freight, Eundaym exceptod. t
6:4Q p.m., Emigrant train, Daily, fur the West.
- • • - nantrAnn notttito
12:40 a. m., 11ght Expre,s, Daily, Litunitsys excepted,
eonnocting ut Ornycourt for Warwick, and at New
' York with afternoon trains and steamers for Boston
' England Cition. • .
4:20;a. tn., eincinnaii Express. Mondays excepted. con
necring nt Elmira for Harrisburg, rilthololphin and
the South; at Owego, for. Ithaca; tit: Binghamton
torSyracusC; at Great Bond for Scranton, Philedeh
phis, and Trenton; at Lackawaxen for Ilaseloy, and at
Graycourt for 'Newburg and Warwick.
9:55 a. iii., Day Expr . esa, Sundays oxeeptcd, connect; g
at Elmira for Canandaigua, at Binghamton for Syra•
ewe, at Great Bond for Scranton, at Lackanexen for
Hawley. and at Joreey City with midnight Express
Train of Now Jersey ltaliroad for Philadelphia, Bal ti.
more and Washington.
10.22 it at Accommodation Train daily, connecting at
. at Eindra'ior Canandaigua._ _ ,
2:20 p. rm, Baltimore,Express,Stindaye excepted.
4:35 p. m., New York and Baltimore Mall, Sundays ex
8.03 p la Lightning- Express, Sundays excepted, con
Electing at Elmira for Harrisburg, Philadelphia and
the dont!' ; at Jersey City with morning express
tritiu of Now Jersey Railroad for Baltimoro and
Washington, and at Now York with morning ex
press train, foe Boston and the East.
12:30 p. in. Way Freight, Sundays excepted. •
R. DARR, 11.11tIDDLE,
Gaul Pass. Agent., , —Octal Butet.
& & R. R.,
Trains will run as follows until fimtbei notice:
Accommodation—Leas Biessburg at 6,16 a. tn. Kano.
field at 7,05 . Tiogtt at 7,41. Lawri:nceville at ' 8,28
arriving at Carning at 0,85 a. na.
Mail—Leaves Blosaburg at 2,00 p. m., Mansfield at 2,40,
Tiogn t at 3,19, Lawrenceville at 4;oo—arriving at
Corning at 6 p.
Ilail—Lenses Corning lit - 8,00 a. ra., Lawrenceville at
9,03, Tlog:wat v. 45, Ilanafield at 10,22—arriving at
Blocs-barg at 11,00 a. in.
Accommodation , —Leaves Corning at 2,40 p. in., Law.
ranccville at 4,00. Tiogn nt 4.60, ?Mansfield at 5,30
arriving nt illossimrg at 0,15 P. in. "
L. U. SHATTUCK, Supt.
Northern Central U.
- TRAINS FOR THE NORTH.
Trains far auualuiaguialea‘ce Elmira as follows:
Accomoilation at • , 1
7.00 a m
Expreaslfastest train oil road] noam
ttßil 615 p m
Way Freight, [passenger coach attached] '7lO a ill
On and after N0v..24, 1867, trains will arrive ant
depart from Troy, nafollowd;
- •• LEAVE NORTHWARD.
10 55 A. IC—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira, Buffa
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester, Susp. Bridge and the
Ca nad as.
945 P. n.—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira and
Buffalo, via Erie Railway from Elmira.
a Olt A. M.—Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
WaAhington, Philadelphia, Bc.
05 P.° Al.—Daily ((actin Sundays) far Baltimore,
- Washington and Philadelphia.
.1. N. DuIBARRY, ED. S. YOLINCI
Geu'l Sup t. Ilarrisburg, Gen'l Pass. Ag't
Philadelphia gir. Erie R. R.
On and after MONDAY, May 11th, 1868, Trains
on the Pldledelphla &Erie Rail Road will run at follows
Mail Train learns Philadelphia
" arr. at Erie
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia...
• arr. at Erie
Elmira Mail leaves
" " a • Williamsport...
" " arr. at Lock Haven
" arr. at Philadelphia
rie Express leaves Erie
" ". nrr. at Philadelphia
Mall and Express connect with 011 Creek and Alla
glieliy River Rail Road. Baggage Chocked Through.
ALFRED L. TYLRR t Can't Sup't.
Atlantic and Gra
WEITIGARb BoIIND. EABiNtARD BOUND,
Mall 5.30 Express 4:. 5.10
Accommodation 4,86 Mall 5.61.
Expr6es .12.10Accommodalion, 11.45
Express 11.00 Express 6.10
At Cory there is a Junction will; the Philndelphla..o
Erie, and Cil Creek Rail Roads. i
At Meadville with the Franklin and 011 City and
' At Leavittsburgo the 31alionlmy S t runch makes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland uud Pittsburgh Itailkoat4
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland; Galion,
Marlon, Urbana and Dayton, ihtersecting various rail
roads, and terminates at Cinchinati.
L. D. RUCKER, Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa. "
Real Estate Sale. '
Ti* Subscriber will sell or reitt the following
Nraluablo property, to wit : ,
- On tavern stand in Lawrenceville.
-On farm, on which he now resides, one-half,
mile rom three - churches, twd School Houses,
two grog shops, and one imilread, and about the
Aame distance from the line of the Wallet:lore and
Lawrenceville Railroad. The farm contains 100
.sores of good land, 60 acres timbered, well va
tercd,mnd very productive. It requires that the
-cod should be sowed and planted, however, to
ensure a harvest.
One farm in Jackson township, 175 aores; a
drst•roto place for a oheeso factory.
Also—fur sale-4 mules, 76 sheep, and other
stock, cheap on reasonable terms.
M. S. BALDWIN.
Lawrence ; Apr. 17, 1867-itf.
i i .
Planng & 'turning.
8.. T. VAN, HORN,
LTA:VINO got his new Factory in operation.
1 11 is now prepared to fill orders for Cabinet
" are promptly and in the hest style of workman
ship. Having procured a
he is roe% to dress hoards or plank with dispatch.
• SCROLL-WORK & BRACKETS,
furnished to order. His machines aro of the new
est and most improved patterns. •
Shop corner of Pearl and Wain' Sts; WELLS.
Oct. 31, 1866—tf. . B. T. VAN HORN.
• NEW GROCERY
.At Dartt Settlement..
T IIE SUBSCRIBER has opened a now •
GROCERY & PROVISION STORE
At the above named place, whore ho proposes
furnish Goode in his line cheap:: '
Market prices paid for Farm Produce, either
la cash or trade. The patronage of the public is
respectfully solicited. ALBERT TIPPLE.
Charleston, Doo. 11, 1867-tf.
rl J. STICKLIN,
Chairmaker, Turner, and
' / - Furniture Dealer.
SALE - ROOM, opposite Daitt's Wagon Shop,
Main Street. FACTORY in Se!trsjc Wil•
liams Foundry, second story.
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaraul
teed. Farley Turning done to order.
Wellabor°, June 12, 1887. J. STIOKLIN.
• Tioga Marble Works, .
Tundoisigned is now prepared to co
l_ cute all orders for Tomb Stones and Monu
ments of either
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND .MARBLE,
of the latest style and approved workmanship
and 'with 'dispatch.
- He keep constantly• on hand both kibds al
Marble and will be able to suit .all who may fa
vor him with their orders, on as reasonable terms
as can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and; dirt cleaned
and made to Ipok as good as new:
Tioga. Nov. 1, 11361—tf...
De LANO .t CO., Agents for the Busqueban
11.15 p ni
8.20 a to
8.45 p Di
6,60 p m
10.05 a m
`-8.00 a m
6.28 p 111
7.45 p m
11.00 a m
7.10 p m
t Westrrn B. W