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110 E MATTER S.
N YII;;DNESDAY, DEC. 16, 1868.
- ; New .A.dvertieements
cbrirtmas is coming—P. R. Williams & Co.
Sleigh and Robe for Sale—Bingham Office.
Ash Logs wanted—Bowen & Truman.
Grain wanted—J. C. Hunaphroy.
Application for Chatter-4.K Don nldson,Pro.
Bank Notice—J. L. Robinson,
Coils paid for Rides—M. A. Dnriff,
In Bankruptcy—Silas Alis.
Assignee's Sale, continued—C. H. Seymour,
Churoh Union—,Henry E; Child.
Sowing Machines—Geo. C. Bowen, Agent,.
1,000 customers wanted—S. A. Parsons' Co.
W. & L. R. R. Notice—Jas. Heron, Seo'y.
DeLan6 . 4Sc Co., have just opened a
large Stock of clothing at reduced prices.
Tots.--The little folks can find' a nice
lot of cbrlstmas toys, and very . oheap, at Jas.
It, Banners Grocery, Mitin Street.
COWIS AT AUCTI9N.—Mr. Geo. Parker,
of Charleston, williell 25 cows at Auction, Sat
urday next, at 10 o'clock A. M., on the premises.
PERSONAL. HoOKER,of the Troy
Musette, brie been appointed a s )Notary Puy° by
Gov. Geary. We congratulate him. If the
Governor never makes a worse appointment the
publio will 0110 him eternal good-will.
of Tioga will give an Entertainment for the bane-
Ilt the Episcopal Church, at the Methodist
Church. Wednesday Evening, Dec. 30, inst. They
very mnoh desire, and we earnestly adviio "ev
erybody and his family" to patronize the Enter
tainment. The object is laudable, and cannot
DONATIoI;I3.—The friends of Rev. 'W.
A Smith are requested to meet in the Hall of. the
Union League, Tuesday evening, De0..22, for the
purpose of making him a Donation.
Tito friends of Elder Hart aro requested to at
tend a Donation at his house, Stony Fork, Thurs
day afternoon anti evening, Deo. 17.
The friends of Rev. C. A. Stone are; requested
to meet at his house, East Charleston, Tuesday
evening, Deo. 22, for the purpose ok Making him
A REDIARKABLE PARTY.—There were
alsombled at the house of :Mr. John Gray, of this
Tillage, on Wednesday _November 25th, ult., a
party of nine ladies. The oldest of the party
was 84 yciars of age, the youngest 63. Their
united ages summed up 668. All but_ one were
widows ;- the elder two of the party were the
Mothers of Mr. ct. Mrs. Gray. Probably not
another such a party will assemble in Wolisboro
for many years.
AIifUSEMS.NTS.—There is to be a Social
Dian at the house of H. H. Potter, Middlebury,
Christmas Eve, Deo. 24.
Hillier advertises a For. Chase Christmas after
noon, and a Dance at the Ford House, Law
renceville, in the bviming.
Vermilyea givos R Party at the Izaak Walton
House, Gaines, Deo. 25, evening.
Fie!dhotis° giTes a cotillion Party at the Her
dic' Heine, Libeity, Christtdas Eve.
OcEoLA.-4"Oceasional," `writes : Rev.
James A. Davidson, State Lecturer, addressed the
Good Templar. of Oceola, at theiqpodge Room,
Friday evening, 4th inst. The 'igileers for the
current quarter, as i l eoted, and installed on that
occasion, aro :
W. C. T. A. K. Bosard ; W. V. T., E. Ather
ton; W. S., N. Strait ; W. T., Mrs. A. J. Reggie;
W. I. 0., Miss I Seott ; W. 0. G., B. Atherton ;
W. M., J. Scott; W. F. S., A. Cadogan ; W. C.
Mrs. H. Tubbs; W. A. S., Amanda Kinney; H'
H. S., Stella Seeley; L. H. S., Mrs. N. Strait;
P. W. C. T., Dr. Reggio.
Ooeola Lodge No. 5 30 contains the cicmcnts
of strength and permanence. Mr. Davidson will
publicly address the citizens of Oceola, Sunday
evening 20th inst. '
' ' M AIN SBII Ile:
"A Templar" writes :
The cause el Temperance is in a flourishing
condition, arid the Order of Good Template is
doing a noble work. Rev. Jas. A Davidson,
State Lecturer of the Order, lectured in the M. E.
Church Deo. 10, evening., Rev. Mr. Bhinerault
presiding. The attendanee woe large, the ad
dress was effective, and the music excellent. The,
singing was by members of the family of' D. 111
Shaw, Esq. At the close of the lecle the
Chairman made a brief but eloquent addrc s, 'and
persona wishing to join the Lodge wore invited
to come forward. Eleven candidates came for
ward, and were initiated at a special mehting•
Mr. Davidson has been received by full 'leases
at all points where he has spoken, ,and says that
thu peoplo aro awake to the insportanoo of the
wurli. Covington Lodge has received Scl\ new
menibers in three weeks."
ACCIDENT.—A distressing accident
occurred in this village Saturday evening. 12th
inst., resulting in the death of Mr. James Cowden,
one of the worthiest of our citizens,
.fr. Cowden WAS the vilifier at Goldsmith's
Hotel, and on the evening id question had gone
upon the naow to Iling• down bedding for the
horses. lin some way.li lost his footing, and
fell head foremost to the ground floor, suffering
mortal inj . tirics. _Mr.. R. Pierce, • Clerk •of the
Hotel, Happening to be near the stables soon
afterwaTd, heard groans, and found Mr. Cowden
to a helpless condition. lie was carried into the
he+ where Drs. Packer and Bacon examined
hiqujuries. No bones were broken, but the
:bock, and the infernal. hurts, resulted in his
death Monday morning.
• *. Cowden was widely known to the traveling
public, and doubtless enjoyed the widest popular
ity of any man in his vocation. Re was a uni
versal favorite, earning his popularity by his
fidelity, and humane treatment of animals en
wetted to his clam lie was an upright, honor
able man, who will be missed in this community
as well as by travelers; but nowhere will he be
missed so much as in his home. The- family
,have the sympathy of the community. Mr.
Cowden was about 55 years of age.
CONCERT.—We are glad to announce
to the public of Wellsboro and adjacent neighbor
hoods, that there will be a concert at the - Town
hall, Friday evening, Dee. 13,1808, by the tire
Misses Le Sears, assisted by their father, author
of "The Mount Vernon." First violin• Miss Carrie
Le Sears; 2d violin M. Le Scare; Guitar, Miss
Mary Lo Sears. Admission 20 cents; Children
10 cent!. ( Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence
at 71. Ot these musicians a writ rin a Scranton
paper says :
"M. Le Sears is a musician. I escorts at home
to discoursing sweet strains, either vocal or in-
Mstrumental, and reminds One. of tha ancient
bards deNcribed in Celtic history. He, like them,
is.the author of considerable poetry and music, so
arranged as to bo quite acceptable to the genius
sad taste of the nineteenth century. Miss Mary
Alberta, though she sings alto or second, it
' , coati to few of her age in the prof - 440n. .llse
Carrie, a little girl of scarce fifteen summers, with
her violin and extraordinary powers of tiee,
:ems mistress of the situation. Surely, "P qui
ete articles are done up in small packages."
I had the pleasure of attending one of their
Concerts in this village a few evenings, since, and
isas highly entertained by their rendering of
"Rate O'Shane," "Bright Rosy Morning,""Come.
Under my Plaidie," "Music at ;Nightfall," &e.
The Scotch and Irish characters Icere well taken
and 'sustained., The LeSears - family ;were,
frequently applauded. Success to them." ,
. PRACAS.—Wt3 hear of a Singular fra
cas which lately ta r ok place not a thousand miles
from Knoxville.. i re omit. riitu3es, as we hear
that the affair is to come before the Quarter
tiessions. The affair, as related to us, had its
rite and progress as follows
Poore time ago Elder---, borrowed a har
-On the day of tb l e difficulty
tome one wanted a harness, and applying to the
Professor, was directed to go to Elder—, and
get the onetho Prof. has lent. The Elder told
the applicant that he had_nevetherroured .71 har
ness of the Professor.- The-latter on being in
formed of this reply, went personally to the Elder
and !wised fur the harness. The Elder replied es
before; when the Prolinisor, — remarking that 11,e
"would .not quarrel," went to the place ivliere tile
harness hung and was about to take it 'down,
when the Elder rushed upow , him .Trith . g chisel
and knocked him doWrijnilict)ng several severe
outs upon the "'Professor's hctd. A' bystander.
interfered and floored the Elder. Both being
members of the same church the affair• was at
once inquired into by the church authorities, nod
tho Elder was either suspended or expelled.
The farcical part of the affair followed the
action of the church: A meeting of the world'Ls
people was hold, and resolutions setting forth the
matter, and positively refusing to receive back
the erring member unless in good standing, were
unanimously adopted. The, affair is really set
rious, : but the denouement is decidedly amusing.
MANSFIELD. "Accidental," whose
letter reached us too late for pnblication last
week, writes :
"Prof. F. A. Allen has occupied
dwelling house, Cor. of the Avenue and Academy
Ste. 'fele the finest building of its class in Mane•
Bold, and long may the Prof. live to enjoy it
"Mine host Fuller has been' making improve
ments for the better occommodation of man and
"Seve'ral day ago "Jack" Ch,cpbers a lad from
Morris Run, came to this place labeling : under
the hallucination that ho was "Benj. Williams,"
au,d proceeded to engage board, obtain admit
tance to the public school, and get credit at
several business establishments, for goods to the
amount of about $4O. "At ono place ho labored
under the illusion that ho was oither Chambers
nor Williams, but took great jo in tho bolief that
he was David Mitobeil,, but, o , Wednasday:.lzut
was brought ,to the rce . ollection ofhis real name,
and situation, by Mi.-Itoht. Train, of Blossburg,
who recogniied him and exposed his villainy.
The lad's father was sent for, and Friday,
afternoon Deo. 4, took possession of the lad,
making arrangements for tho payment of the
bills he had contracted. The lad has the moral
qualifications, without the ability of a successful
villain. His father is a good and respectable
citizen of Morris RUn.
"The Term examination of classes at the Nor
mal School, held on the4th; was very satisfactory:
Among the Examiners were Profs. Coburn, Chub"-
[We publish a report of the Exhibition else
where—it being in the hands of the compositors
when our "local's" account reached us. Ed.]
a osslP.—We seldom tare up a news
paper that we do not find some hint toward
reform, or health, worth saving; •and we regret
that the thought of keeping a sorap-bookAid not
occur to us a dozen years sooner. It does not
follow that ovary remedy persoribed will .always
have the'desired effect.- Evan the Doctors fail
sometimes. But there are little, unpretentious
remedies, whish never get into books and thus'
stand as authority, which often prove valuable...
here is a remedy for wkooping-cough, not dif.
Unit to test, and harmless, if not a perfect 'cure
" The late discovery of a cure for whooping
(rough, by inhaling the odors of a gas-house, is
found to be of real benefit. It has been tried by
some Hartford (Ct.) physicians, and •it is said
with success. Theiabildron are taken to the gas
works whore they breathe the not very pleasant
air there produced, and there is.something in the
chemical preparation that cures the whooping
cough. The people at the gas-works state that
during the last twelve months three hundred
cases of whooping cough have been thus experi
IF whooping-cough be, is stated by good au.
thorities, caused by a species ofanimalculce which
which breeds in the mucous exudations of the
air passages, then the odors of a gas-house may,
reasonably enough, be a remedy. It can hurt
nobody to try it.
—Of the causes of sudden death,. organio dis
easoof tho heart is supposed to be the most
prolific. A contemporary submits the following
faots which may interest others as they do fts : •
"Very few of the sudden deaths which are said
to arise from diseases of the heart do really arise
from that cause. To ascertain the real origin of
sudden deaths an experiment has been tried iil
Europe and reported to a scientific, congress at
Strasburg. Sixty-six cases of sudden death were
made the subject of a thorough post mortem ex:
amtuation ; iu thoc. 0/93c :runty two were fonntt
who had died from disease of the heart. Nine
out of sixty-six had died from apoplexy, while
there were forty , six cases of congestion of the
longs—that is, the luugs were so full of blood
that they could not work, loot having room
enough for a sufficient quantit of air to support
life. The causes that produccoongestion of the
lungs are cold feet, tight clothing, costive bowels,
sitting still until chilled after being warmed with
labor or a rapid walk, going too suddenly from a
close room into the air, espeoililly after speaking,
and sudden, depressing. news operating on the
These causes of sudden death being'known, an
evidence of them may serve to lengthen many
valuable lives, which would otherwise be lost
under the verdict of heart complaint. The disease
is supposed to be inevitable and incurable ;
hence, many may not take the pains they. would
to avoid sudden death, if they knew it lay in their
To which we added: Dyspepsia hoe many
forms; but none is more common than that which
simulates disease of the heart\ A mass of undi
gested food will produce every symptom ofthortal
disenA of the heart. Tho fact seems to 1,0 . 1 that
the heart is less subject to disease than any of the
vital organs. It is nothing but a lump of muscle
and best and not easily affected by nervous dis
turbances in a direct manner. Everything which
affect the circulation of the blood affects the heart
secondarily. When the blood flows back upon
the heart, the brain is robbed and fainting ensues.
The heart may not be at all atfault, yet thousands
locate the cause there.
—And while upon this subject of ailments, we
call to mind a grand cure for sick headache. There
are several kinds of headache, as most people
know.. There is the headache which ens nes to a
night:of debauoh, as some people know. ' That
can bo cured by abstinence from drink. There
is the headache which results ,from eating too
much, or not eating correctly. That can be cured
by coming down to a common sense diet of plain
food, taken at regular hours. Then there is the
headache which comes from too much work add
worry; a nervous distressing, aching-void-of a
pain; a pain which seems to be material, and
fugitive;and harassing. Cure it by dropping
out of the routine of buiiness for a day or two ; or,
if you" cannot do that, try shampooning and
_baywater. (We have heard of a headache en:-
suing from a punch in the head, but suspect that
the punch was in the stoinaela instead.) However,
there is a headache which comes from a Toes of
equilibrium in the circulatory system. If you go
with cold feet you will have , too much blood
somewhere else—in the head perchance. Now,
a quart cap will net hold three pints; no Inure
will the bloodveseels of the brain hold mire than
full. A btently oppreeeion over the eyes; or a
distracting pain on the very tip-top °pile head,
argue too much blood in the head and too little
I in the extremities. Put your naked feet into
warm water er up to a bright blase, and assist
the blood to an equilibrium, and you at once do
the work of three doctors.
—A lady sends Ifs a note touching the. ri.,q)on
isibility 01 parents in the education of youth by
example. Its strictures arc so just that we
gladly print it—the more gladly, because they
are pointed and brief:
"We often see a word to boys and girls in the
paper, and think a word to Parents is as much
needed. Who is to set the example? Children,or
Parents ? Who can wonder if children arc in bad
company, if their Parents frequent bad places,
and have no regard for the Sabbath. liow little
do fathers heed the scriptures, a here it says the
hnsband is the head of the family, even as Christ
is the bend of the church. The wife and child
look to the father for good examples father
drinks, gambles, dc who can blame the sou and
daughter for doing the same. We think ii
married men would spend more time at home in
trying to make home happy, there .would be
fewer elopements, fewer paupers, and wore noide
young Inca and women in the world."
TEMPERANCE LECTUR,ES.—Rev. J.
A. Davidson, of Eric, State le6turer of the T. 0.
of 0. T., has been laboring in this county einec
Dec. 1, and will lectnre as follows.
East Charleston, "
MUSICAL, ,OON ENTION.—The TiOga
people worn last' wee 'favored , ' with 'o, inualeal
treat iu the shape of Musical Convention, held
by Prof.,A. N. Johnson, formerly, of Boston, -,now
it i, a
President of the Alio atiY Normal Musical Acad
emy, and author of tit American Choir, Empire
Collections, Keystone Collections, United States.
Collections, Allegany Collections, a pork in Ear;
mony and. thorough . ,gass kt several Other popular
musical works. ' , • ,
Prof. Johnson is perfectly at hom6 , in musio,
having;commanced in his profession` while qUito
young, Inalso spent soma] iyears An Europe
nil der 'sorrie Of tho mostentinout Gorman Masters
of tho art,
The class consisted of about fifty members,
coutprieinesome of the beat siug4rsand ;teachers
in the'coutitry. 'The Prof. 'has' a ' , Pry, '4PPY
faculty of Impartitig, .knoWledge of tangle, and
labors especially to benefit the Whole'Olaist
The Convention' closed on Saturday evening,
sth inst., with a public rehearsal. The Baptist
church was-well tilled. The exercises were lis
tened to with apparent satisfaction, while many
pieces of tho secular music were enthusiastically
Nearly every metriberof •the oliss' Was called
out in a Solo, many of which were Npsll executed.
I understand that an effort is being made.to
get Prof. Johnson to'hold a - Um:4a' Convention
at Wellsboro sometime in February. If "so, all
lovers of music, singers, especially', should not
fail to attend: W.
SEIV/NG MACHINES AND ArrAcnugrirs.4—What
mom suitable Holiday Gift to a wife and mother
thhn a good Sewing Machine?
.As such we especially recommend the Wilcox
Gibbs:' Thu attachmentTucher, Border, !quit
ter and Self Se‘ver,'doublo the valtio of the Ma
chine, and cost but littlC. - Persons •who bought
Machines of Missldario. Pitts, , and now desire the
extras, will do well to call on or address, Miss. A.
M. Pars,. Mansfield, Pa:, Agent for the Willcox
& Gibbs, and Singer Machines. „
RpTua, ,10.33 . ;Xontrat ron '69 gill be
etilireod alfpetilY•l"theils'fortr k e r slze„2ho best
and theap:levalier Terms $2.60 a
year. Join the club forming at the 'Post-0010e.
Persons from other:pip:es AnttjpirtthofclttbAterfi'
by for wafiliti - g tn
the money Iy-ell. • ,•
, '- • ,' -_-VBATtnitoN.
ICI 110WE,•,,Tr.; firstPvethiura Soivio4.
chino - for elite :in AVellel . 3oro; 11'
VOLUPT,US SUP REM A, the. Latin
phrase expressive of the, climax of vol
uptuous richness, may •be 'justly ap
pled to. the fragrance of Pl:mimes newt
perfume, " nor do Mayo," the most
luxurious and prmanant of - Ltioral
odors. Sold by all' druggists.
, $ !....., L L,L j • •
Efig.LOCK—UUTLER.—In Ottnintra, Coffey Co. Kan.
Bea, Nov, 29, by the Rev. I. M. Rankin, Henry ICHlock,
formerly ,of Charleston, Tioga Va., And Miss Extdelt
Butler, of Ottawa, Hawes. , • ,
(The Printer was rememberetT,3
BA LDWIN—AItILL.--In Corning', N. Y., Doc. 1,1868,
by the Ito'. John B. Littleton, of N, W., Mr, Eleazer
Baldwin, and Miss 'Jennie S. Hull, all of Thin, Pa.
JUDSON—If iIVEN.—In Jackson, N0v.28, by Res. M.
Rockwell, Mr. Georga Judson, Air Wells, DradfOrd Co.,
and ?Ilya Maryett haven, of Columbia, Bradford'Co.
?klanstlold, , Deo. 10.4868. by
Iler. 11. Lama:ln, Mr. Franbts T.Shafer, of New York
City, uric( Mirf Lizzie Clark, of Mansfield, Tfoga Co. Pa.
SN S--MelltTY.—At the reuldence of Joseph'
Wilber, in Union township, - :IJov.2CI. by Jason Both.
well: EN., - Mr. James Stephen's, midtllssJullit McArty,
all uf• biost , burg. •
aa cal 3g3 gslulz:n.o se3
Elor SEWING MACHINES,
WILCOX & GIBBS
ILENT family Machine make's the elastic
0 twisted Loop Stitch, and the only First-Class
Single Thread Machine Manufaeterod. Also
New Family and Manufacturing Machines,
with ell the late improvements. The Binger Co.
sold in the year 'ti over fOrty-tw - o thousand
Machines. being several thousand in advance of
advance of any other Machine Munufartured.
The Ituekeye Shuttle Machine, the only cheap
Machille that makes ttii roCk Stitch. Will ba
rohi at £22., (or band Afrothin..., t.r.(l. at $35, with
and treadle. 'Orders taken fur tne Anton.
can Fa wily ICnitting Machine.
GEO. C. BOWEN, Agent.
ju.•t below the Townsand Howse. Wells
hero. Pa., Dee. 10, 1866. . _
RENEWS HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
COLOR WHEN. GRAY.
Renews the nutritive). matter which nourishes
Renews the Growth of Me Hair when Bald.
Renewn the brash, wiry hdir to Silken softness.
11EAUTIFEL HAIR DRESSING.
Ono Bottle shows its effects.
R. P. HALL Sc. CO., NuAlas, N. 11. Proprietors
For sale by ull Druggists. Not•. 25, 1868.
CASH Paid FOR, HIDES,
by M. A. DI.IRIP
Wo.ll2boro, Dec. 10, 11368.-qf
SLEIGH & 1101lE FOR SALE.—An excel
lent two-horie Platsure - Sleigh, and a very
good Boar-Skin Robe; will be sold on long cred
it, if desired, the security being satisfactory.
Enquire at the Ilingham Office.
lirellsbererpce. IG, '?8-430, , • -
at our Mill. CaSh paid for them. We aro ready
to saw fur cus.toineia. Bring on your logs. Lath
and pickets always on hand.
BOWEN ie TRUMAN.
Wellsboro, Dec. 10, 'clB.tf
GRAIN WANTED.—Cush pdid for all kinds
of Urain'at C. J. Humphrey's Mill, Crook
ed Creek, Tioga County, Pa., and the hest mar
kot priees. C. J. HUMPHREY.
Dec. 10, IS6B-3wzi
Tirellsboro 4. morenceville R. R. Co.
THE Stockkolders,OFthe Wollsborough and
LawreneoViilißailrOad Company, will meet
on Monday Jan. 11, A. D. 1960, at the office of
the Full Brook Coal Company, in Fall Brook,
Pen n'a, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of
electing a President and twelve Directors of said
Railroad Company for tho ensuing year, and
transacting such other business as is authorized
by law. JAMES HERON, See'y.
Fall Brook. Pa. Dec. 16, 1869- 7 2 W. ~
R. Rnitzen. W. Ji Krusori P. D. Pease. '
R. KRUSI4 . ',N & CO., • _
WOULD announce to the public that they
are now recciviyg, a full and complete as
sortment of _
DRY GOODS ,
Notions, Carpets, Furs, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes, GrOceries, Provisions, Crockery,
Hard ware, Stoneware, &c.
which they are prepared to aell for cash, or ex
change for Country Produce, at rates which defy
Westfield, Dee. ISGS—tt
LE CIF-Rii of Administration 1 . having been
granted to . the underidgned upon the es
tate of Robert Martin,. lam of Delmar dee'd, all
persons'oiviog •A'ol .esnite, or eloinling against
the game: win s, 10,2 with .TNO. ENGLISH',
I), hone. Lee i , . I,FO-07. Admr.
T J ET FRS of Administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon the estate
or Albert :lawyer, late of Gaines, deceased, all
persons indebted to raid estate, or claiming
agninnt tho saw will settle with
MINERVA SAWYER, •
Gaines, D - Ce. 2, 1868—Owe • Adw'rx.
A -HOUSE AND LOT:" Enquire of
21L'Oet. 14, - 1808: 0: B. KELLY.
Let "Ms 3E-XeiNre
I P you want to seo_a good stuck of
FALL. & WINTER GOODS I
• go to
1 1 ;: BALDWIN & 003
If you Want
itgall22§ ENE NEC , 0001190
ALPACAS,' POPLINS, CAMBRrOKS,
PEQUAS, VERSAILES, BLACK
AND COLORED SILKS,
ALSO, IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS,
SHAWL AND CLOAK DEPART
TRIMMINGS, LOTS YANKEE NO
TIONS, HOOP SKIRTS, BAL.
MOREL' SKIRTS, OPERA
? tDOMESTICS. '
'A:l'mb lot of
is an.:ass)meres and a -.eallor to
1 fit and Fit.
800 s and Shoes,
HATS- AND' CAPS, I STRAW GOODS,
CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE,
HARD WARE, SHELF HARD
WARE, NAILS, IRON,
SALT, LIME, PLASTER, PORK, FLOUR
Lime, Cayuga Plaster, ot.o.
the moat. complete Stook' you can Arta, snob as
TEAS. Woare old tea drinker', and know them
. • • • - to be 'g00d...-.
and in fact everything in the Grocery line.
liutter.Tubs and Pails; Butter'sold on own.
mission- - -no charges for handling; but would
like a email portion of the money you get in re
turn, that is if our prices suit.,
All kinds and superior quality.
It' yourrl don't fail to, try ours.—
want good , We warrant It.
taken in exobango for Goods. We propose to
Fell our Goode reasonably. "Live and lot Live"
prices given at the oonn ter—only ono price.
Cash paid for prodnco if desired.
T. L. BALDWIN it CO
Tioga, Pa., Nov. 2b, 1868.
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KEYSTONE STORE I
Na. 1 Main Street, Tircilsboro, Pa.,
Hold forth Daily to crowds of customers, deal
ing out the finest and oomplotest assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES, .114 TS & CAA%
and FURS and
1321.1ZOAINS IN CROCKERY.
IValk in Ladies, and - examine our stock: It
will pay to do so. •thir good, are selected with
Nov. 13, 1868-13 m. • BULLARD Lt 00:
Cutters and Wagons,
O - F all kinds, made of tbo best materials, can
be had at H. Vir..Dartt's shop, on Main
Street, near the Academy.
Also—partirtilar.attention paid to Blacksmith
ing of all kinds. H. W. DARTT.
Welleboro, Nov. 25, 18135-3 m.
New Arri - crsall
ME. R. 1141B&LIA. has just returned
In from the city with a larger and finer stock of
than she ever offered for the Fall and Winter
trade before. -Customers are requested to oall at
her now shop, ono door above the Presbyterian
Churoh, Main street, Wellsboro, and examine
Oot. 21, 1888-2 m.
AND NEW GOODS.
MBE UNDERSIGNED at th e old stand of
. Viacher & Randall are. in the receipt of a
FRESH - LOT OF GOODS
Bought at the very lowest sales within the last
few days which they offer to the public for ready
pay at a small advance from - Now York oost.
Consisting in part of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware; Crock
ery, Boots,. Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c., •
In fact everything usually kept in a country
Store. An examination of goods and prices is
resdectfully solicited. All kinds of produce tak
en in exchange ut the market rates.
J. B. DIMON A CO.
Niles Valley, Nov. 18, 1888-4 w.
,Ts gained over the Tooth-ache and the pain of'
Extraottng,.by the use of
NITROUS OXIDE GAS,
so proved by scores of toitimodials at tho Den
tai Office of
• A. B. EASTMAN.
Call and bo aoavLayed. Nov. 26.
E[AVING purehased tho entire stock former
ly owned by' 11. Goff, we would announce
to tho people of Tioga County that we havo just
received a full assortment of
bought sinoo the recent deolino in prices, and
we invito all who appreciate good barg ain., to
giro us a call. ,We shall continually keep a full
SILK GOODS. WHITE GOODS,
WOOLEN. AND PAISLEY SHAWLS,
YANKEE NOTIONS, ,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, dig„ dro.
You have only to look throUgh our stook to
satisfy yourselves, that we arellelllng
"Cheaper than the Cheapest 4
• Country Merchants supplied at small advanco
from Now York Cost.
Corning, Oct, 29, 1668.—1 y
ThG, Battl© has been Fought
AND VICTORY WON.
00Dthigh in quality and low in price bavp
carried the day, and hereafter will bo found
ready and willing for active and efficient service
in behalf: of all those who will call and gtvo their
WICK/LIM & FALIMU'S,
On the Dry Goods side we bare a full and
complete and assortment of Fall and Winter
Good stook of
Flannel; Sheeting:, Prints, Muslin; De
• laines and'Dress Goods,
with a groat variety of YANKEE NOTIONS,
with which to fill in and trim up. We would
call rpccial attention to our alsortment of
Hats .and Caps,
filth prim millet' we know will compare favors
bly with prices of the samo goods before the war
Boots and Shoes,
which have been Made to order from perfeot stooki
with warrantee. Work ready to be shown and
fitted to all cuetomeri. The Grocery stock inr
• - eludes, •
Flour, Park, Fisk, Salt, Sugars, l Teas, Co.
fee, Rice, Syrup, Molasses, &c., &c.,
Then comes the WOODEN WARE, such as
Tubs, Pails. Wash Boards, Mop Siiolts, Sugar
Boxes and Pails, together with numerous other
Goods, such us Crockery, Glass warerStone•warc,
&0., which we will always he glad to show and
risk the selling after the goods are seen and cz.
• NVICKIIAM .1 FARR,
Tioga, Oct. 18, 1868.
- Tor all who oall at
Wilson & VanValkenburg's
No. 2 Union Block. in
French Merinoes, Empress Cloths, Bea
ver Sackings of all discriptions,
Poplins of all colors.
DELAINES & PRINTS, ALL STYLES,
FACTORY'S; SHEETINGS, BLEACH
ED - AND PM - LEACHED MUSLIN&
of every desetiption, DRESS TRINMINGS'and
BUTTONS of all •kinds ; also the largest and
cheapest assorpnent of
ever brought into Tioga County. Remombor
the place, and call before purchasing.
We have a largo assortment of Gouts' Furnish
int:Goods, consisting of
Drawers, 'Under-Shirts, Flannel Shirts
Ruck Sleeves, • and Mittens, and
• Clothing of every despriptionl
manufactured to suit.
Thankful for past patronage, and by strict at
tention to bnaioess no hope to share a oontinu
nano' of the game.
WILSON & VAN VADIENBrItG
IILOUR MEAL, always on &tad at
Juin /I'. VIM Jemas as. DllSNalise,
NEWELL Et OWEN
Fall & Winter Goods
W E have roomed a very LARGE erOCK of
FILL IND WINTER. GOODS
on tho most favorablo terms, and wild( be sold at
very small advance from coat. W think we
hazard nothing in saying that we heap the
and the BEST QUALITY of Oroods that aro
kept in the place. nave a store light enough to
see what you are buying, and pledge oursolves to
SELL' AS LOW,
quality considered, as at any other establiebrao t.
Wo elation° to make oar ...,
one of our spacialtios, and when dasirad
MAKE TEIEM TO ORDER
on short notico and in the best nianuor. 1 We
have add to our stook a good assortment 'of
BRUSSELS. THREE - PLY. INGRAIN,
COTTON WARP, HEMP, AND
FLOOR OIL CLOTH
and MATTING, and can aoll them
How VERY LOW
~.,i_..,-: - .; . ...-...
Wo.are the agents for the
GREAT L S. TEA COMPANY,
and soil TEA at New York prices by tbo vinglo
pound. All visiting Corning, are invited to call
and examine stock and prices.
SMITH & WAITE
Corning, Oct. 1, 1888.
DR C. N. DARTT, will stilt
continue his business in Wellsburg
11111 1141 where ho respectfully solicits the
patronage of all who need, or desire the services
of a Dentist. Having been for the past fourteen
years engaged in Dentistry exclusively, ho feels
confident of giving perfect satisfaction in all op
erations Intrusted to his care. Special attention
given to the treatment of caries, irregularities,
exposed nerves, ulceration, and inliamation of
the gums, and all other diseased to which the
teeth and gums nro subject.
gir. Fire Class Work guaranteed in both me
chanical and operative Dentistry.
DENTISTS, TIOGrA PA.
: it EL Y sole.
1 up on
40 1 !: ..-' , the beanty,dar.
ability and ar
;:-,-, ..:.- : 4...-. -.....,c,.. -.- - .0;..
~ 2..., .0 d ,,,,.1-.. .1 7,. .r ttcr,_ -; tistie merit of
:: , Aifl c 7ifO lF .---",.. , -;. L :F lt r;Ati-4;; F fi,::? , l their work to
le irri-A'Z'A.,:34;.„4/:::A.2 . pi reoo to m and
, till ipi them. J
v . ! IT Wo liave all
' ..' .. 1
tha modern im..
PTovements and do every kind of work known to
the profession. DR. C. THOMAS.
T, R. WARREN M. D.
Tlogn, Oct. 23, 1868. ! .
, A - • •
111 PP Lawrenceville.
-r o t. .11. E. VAN HORNE,late with far.
_up deem Bra's of fimmitton and .New York
(illy, has opened new Dental Rooms at the 'Ford
House, Lawrenceville, Pa., where he is prepared
to do work in all the departments_of his profess
ion in the most sciontitio manner.
MI work warranted and satisfaction guaran
toed,. Call and examine specimens of work.
11. E. VAN BORNE.
Lawrenceville, June. 24, 1888—tf.
New Tobacco Store 1
rrilE subscriber has fitted up the rooms ad
joining D. P. Roberts Tin and Stove Store
fu'. the manufacture and Ede of •
CIGARS, (all grades), Fancy and Common
SMOKING TOBACCO,Michigan Fine Cut
I CHEWING, and all kinds of
P. LTG TOBACCO, PIPES, and the choi
cest Brand of CIGARS.
Can and ace for yourselves.
JOHN W. PURSEL.
ellsboro, Nov. 11, 1888—tE
bash for Dried Berries !
n.. SH for everything I buy, CASH for every
\_,) thing I Bell.
FEED, PORK, FISH, SALT, &C.,
always on hand and for ealo at tho lowest
, All kinds of Produce bought and sold for
N. B.—Don't ask for credit after this date
Welieicor), Oct.l, 1868. M. B. PRINCE.
T HEirAINES t ROIHE N GE ero
universally acknowledged pest
FIRST-CLASS PIANOS MADE.
Every Piano is warranted for five years. Sold by
Mansfield, Oct. 14. :ISAAC G. HOYT.
CARP PRINTING—at Now York prices, in
Color 3 or plain, and cut to auit ordors, at
Via 0e2ti11913 WPM.
" BEETIVIi EXCHANGE!"
I Mug, I sing of a curious tiling,
Almost as strange as Boggs upon Tyng
I've swung 'round a circle as round as a ring,
And whilo on tho down oast part of my swing,
I Stopped at tho city and took on tho;Spring
STYLES OF GROCERIES
SUGARS ARE DOW IN THE NECK,
Molasses & Syrups
have a froor run downward, with a funnol-aba
however, are out from the neck downward, and
the style Is blue and silver with stripes.
TEA-.-TEA -TEA-TEA 1
will bo prepared from a drawing furnished to
every customer who buys a pound. Ofthe styles
to suit complexions, /to., I may mention that
you can have If you•long for it. I =not got
time to look up all the hard words which tho--
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY
use to startle the innocent people about the coutil.
try; but you can depend upon finding the very
beet of Teas at the
BEE-HIVE EXCHANGE ?
the styles are various. You can have the latest
styles from the following fashionable foreign
ports, to wit I
MOCHA, JAVA. RIO, LAGIJYRA JAM
our still wears hoops over alt, and dispenses
with trails as unprofitable. I have 'all grades
PORK, DRIED BEEF AND HAMS,
togetor with a full assortment of light groceries
and cannod delicacies. As over
Pays Cash or Tr.V i o t , o lg ic ap MARKETABLE
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NEW WINTER GOODS.
. St )AII,K,ER,
WOULD say to their friends and the public
generally, that they aro now receiving a
oplondid aosortment of W,lntor
SHEETINOS, SHIRTINGS, PRINTS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, ' VEST - -
INGS, READY MADE CLO :
THING; HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS dam SHOES,'
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WOODEN
WARE, STONE WARE, KERO
SENE OIL, PAINTS it OILS,
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES,
- ETC,. DTC., ETC.
We are able to uitor our euetonier9 the benefit
in the New York Market, our Stock having boon
purchased since the great decline in Goode.,
TOLE & BARKER
Wellsboro, Nov. 18, 1808.
CAM PAID FOR WOOL. BUTTER AND
CHEESE, by C. L. WILLCOX.
Tho fashions for
And more astonishing still,
In the matter of ' I
CALL Al MAT4ERVS.
1-64 ...- 1
F fal * t; "4
r D. ; 5
(NO. 5, UNION BLOCK.)
also a largo and well soloeted stoek.of
LAST DE LINE OF PRICES
1 176,172,174, & 176 GREENWICH ST.,
uro in announcing to his numerous Mende
and patrons that from this date, the charge of
the PaelAo will be - $2,50 per day.
Doing solo Proprietor of this House,and there
fore free frotultbe too common exaction of an
inordinate rent, ho Is fully able to meat the
downward tendency of prices without any falling
1 off of service.
Et will now, as heretofore, be bis aim to Wan'
tali undiminished the favorable reputation a
the pacific, which it bas enjoyed for many
as ono of tbo beet of travelers betels,
• The table will he bountifully supplied with
every delicacy of the season.
The attendance will be found °giant and
The location will be found convenient for
Ns° whose business calls them in the lower
part of the city, being one door north of Corp►
land Street, and one block west of Broadway,
and of toady access to all Rail Road and Steam*
Deo. 2,184 S-Sin J6RN PATTEN..
j itr i p t. re i turi r d t
o fr f om the City with. OW 192 d
FfiESIT COUNT OUITZES,
Will keep constantly on hand avorytblngin the
lino of Family Groceries, as well as Provisions,
FruitP, Confectionery, Yankee Notions, Tdp,
All of will bo sold at reasonable pries&
Nov. 11,1.888-Iy. •
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
I • •
N Tioga County , and the Obeaixint place to
buy in the world. '•
Agent for L. BOZLES do CO'S 20S1,
Binghamton, N. F. and
ELMIRA SAW FACTORY,
Elptira, - .N. Y.
1 STOVES SOLD ON TIM'.
Mansfield, Nov. 25, 1888-131 G. B. EY.PP.
1611 RUN PLASTER.—We hereby oat . *
.E 4 t wit we have used the Plaster manufactured
try 013,ampney 416 Bernader, at their works on Elk
Run, in Gaines township, and we believe It to be
equal if not superior to the Cayuga Plaster.
David Smith S M Conabla A P Co
d H Cobb II E Simmons J Beruaner
G W Barker • Aaa Smith B Strait
D Davis Albert King John C Met
H Watrous W H Watrous L L Marsh
M Smith 0 A Smith H 31 Foote
D Strait. P C Van'Oolder J J Smith
red Davis J F Ziminerman C L King
L Smith. 9
N. B.—Ploster always on hand at the MIL."
Price $5 per ton. Nov. 4, 1888.
STOVES, STOVES, STOVES.
Mill Street, WeHelier°, PensVa,
TTAVING bean appointed agent for all first
class Store's manufactured by near, Pack
& Co., of Albany, N. Y. I am now ready
to furnish the following named colebratod Stoves :
HOME COMPANION, I MONITOR.
the lattor of willoY is the best stove for common
use ever In market; being cheap, well made, and
oonvenient. I la - ave also, a variety of
CAST IRON, various patterns,
SHEET IRON,' Self Regulators:
ALSO—Stoves suitable for burning bard or
soft coal, trill be furnished to order. Customers
will do well to examine my stools, which is as
full and well selected as any in Northern Ponzt.
sylvaniO. I have also put in a_full stock of
of all •arts. Thankful for liberal patronage in
the pasj, I respectfully solicit a continuance of
the . -
Sept f 8, 4 , 1889.
• souse and Lot for 5a.19 . ..
TT OUSE and Lot, and vacant lot for sale,
.Location Well4boro, and dcalmbla
luttoire ut the Agitator Office.
Oct. 23, 1868—tr.
• New Tal nery. •
tIIE undersigned has flpted up the old Fenn
dry building, near the Brewery, Wellsbore,
ama is now prepared to turn out fine calf, hip,
cowhide, and harness leather in the beat akan.
nor. Bides tanned on shores. Cush paid for
hides. M. A. DITRIP.
Virellsboro, Oct. 14,1868.
Farm for •Salo,l
MBE subscriber otters fur sale his farm, lying
about 2k miles east oi Wellsboro, in elem.
Lou. Said farm contains ti 2, acres, about 40
acres cleared, well fenced, well , watered, a corn.
fumble booze; first class barn, other outbuild.
ingS and a good young bearing-orchard tber4lo9,.
Inquire vu the promises.
Charleston, Aug. 19, 1868—tf.
TAE Subscriber, being about to go west, of
fers for sale at a great bargain to the pur
chaser, tho following property, to wit : One hurt
dred acres of land, situate about 4 miles South
west of,Westneldjtoro, on Potter Brook Bead--
seventy-five acres improved, the balance good
hemlock and bard timber, with good sugar bush,
good apple •orol3ard, good frame barn:and log
ouse thereon. The farm is well adapted to
frying purposes, having a plenty of living wit.
tr on all parts. For terms, call on the suburb.
er on the premises, or address him at Westfield,
ibga Co„ Pa. -
Oct. 7, ISOB. TirILMEE. EMBRIL
HEAR YE ! HEAR YE! -HEpt YE
BARRELS, FIRRrINS, CHURNS,
BUTTER TUBS, 4/..C.,
Kept c onstantly on hand, and furnished to or.
W. T. IVI.ATHERS,
at his new store, 2d door above Roy's Building,
Wellsboro. (June ;10, 1868.)
A, J. THOMPSON, '
lILACKBMITIT, hai two fires, and le prepared
to do nit hinds of (nit in his line with prompt.
nest, and in a worhtuantilte manner. Hammel
at excellence in his trade.
Mathifletii Juno 3, iR33-Iy. _
A. GOOD span of young horsos, trtto and kind
E. H. EI:I4ELVIT
WHOLESALE AND ROTA IL DEALER IN
Flour, Feed and Meal, xy c tit eI d, Tioga Co; Pa.
H OOP SKIRTS, at
New Yo: k.
alwayo on hand
Agent for all first-olass Stoves,
Farm for . Sale 1 [
ROY'S DRUG STORE. ,
Do LAN° A CO'S,