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The - taiadora gray, and uiattipty,.
I.hear thrgetep - .ovening, song
lint I havo barna with toil and wron g
•: f3o-long, ea long!
_ Aim dreamg ray droymy,Oenees drown—
darling, ilisa.my eyalidg down r •
Etq BOA bilef wpring'Avoiatyrfolett I,y,
siipmer i i ended frtiitfeasli , ; .
..tledrned . to wait,
11eiiined yon; lo' e—'on; happy fate
So Into, go Into!
Sciw wro tAiriktitg :brown,
80, airing, 41.4 - in.*4i)tds down
Oh, blessed sleep t.oh perfect rett,!
Thuit pilloried on Your faithful breast
.„ Nor life nor death is wholly dour,
0; tender heart. since you are here,
„So dear, so, dear •
Sweotlove, Any souls aulhoieut crown!
2 nit., darling, ruy eyelids down !
. Fqr tho Agitutor.]
'MIN:, I Wills staying in Manitowoc
P \ lttelr of abbut five thousand Inhabi
tafits,) located .in the northern part or
Wisedrisiu, - on the shore of Lake MI ehl--
&van, I was invited one evening with
several others, to accompany 4oine fish
ermen to 4101113 h-beta south - of the vil
lage. I bad heard and read much- of
these nets, but had never seen one In
to he ready Itti four o'clock tile nest
morning, gladly ;_and_for the benefit of
those who know_ as little of the _busi
ness as I.,did i I will relate- what we
_At 4:20, the boat was headed for the
Lake, and the long, measured stroke of
the strong fishermen sent it rapidly for
ward. The hod is headed South, and
_we= Meet the cool refreshing air of the
Lake. ,The blue water foams on either
tildeof the bow.,.and gurgles under the
stern. 'The sun is nut yet up, but pres
ently a little something glitters in the
rcrbed pages -of Atte morning . as they
uulack.the gates of day.' r was charm;
ed with the beauty of the scene, and
my thoughts - -arose witlY:roverence to
Him, who , planned the' whole of Na
ture without copy, and drew from its
exhapatiess store,: - all 'the myriad
varieties with which ourEiiilli is teen
lug.' In a few minutes we reached chi nets:\ -Theseore,cone t rueted as lot lows
Polo from 23 to 40 feet in length', cur
respohding M the' depth of water, ore
sharpened and driven do .vir in the bot
tom, suffielently„ to :hold thein firat,
commencing where the water is .about
6 feet beep, and setting one every 60 feet
out into the Lake, until a depth
feet or hitore3.4 leached.: . Here - poles are
driven down to form the outline of a
held 150 feet on each. side, the large
end thivard the shore. Then, still furth
•er out more poles are driven,
circle about 2 'feet in :diameter. This
is called the '• pet," very, appropriately,.
as I will' sirow.7The. - poles being all
driven, nets are Stretched on the poles
ilrst.named from near the shore ,out to
the heart, and 'from the Lake bottom
two feet above water, also around the
%," heart ' The " pot" is similar to an
`lmmense dip-net. ~Now, the, principle
involved is as follows:.The fish are
feeding along the shore, say at_a depth
of ten, feet. T,hey meet an obstruction,
and turn toward's deep water to, go
around it r 'an action which instinct, al
ways prompt them to follow. Then
being a large Opening . which gradually
grows smaller, they are unconsciously
guided - inte the heart, to escape from
whieh they must go towards the shore
through a small opening, which they
are not likely to do. The small end of
the heart ends in a sort of tunnel—
leading into the pot, the mouth of
which is some Bx2o feet, and the small
end 2x6. They might escape beT going
into the little
. end of the tunnel, but
they don't know enough, Morning
brings the fishermen with their boat,'
capable of carrying 4 twenty barrels of
iinh. They close th mouth at' the Itw
itel, then commence, to haul -up ono Side
of the net, which ketnitaidly contracts
the space occuptedl by the fish, until
nnally, they aro lirotight to the surface.
One of the men takes a little scoop net,
not as ;erg.? as a bushel basket, with a
handle about, five feet long, and dips in
to the wriggling mess, Inking up now
two, now live, or even more, and
throws them into the bottom of the
boat. It took about ten minutes to dip
up five barrels. They were mostly
white fish, with their large bodies and
small heads ; but here and there could
be seen the trout, with his sleek, speck
led sides and shapely form. We start
ed fpr home with a toad worth at least
S4O. Individually we had a new experi
ence, and when we returned, had ,a good
appetite for breakfast, which waap-,
peased half an hour later on the )best
piece of white fish we ever tasted. A
pound net, I' wasVinformed, costs from
5600 to $BOO, and they sometimes prove
very piotitable. E. A. E.
A ROMANCE OF Lif.E.—The Fairfield
Ledger, contains a romance w hie('
we condense Years -ago a Pennsylva
nia farmer loved a charining,young girl
from his own village. Time passed on.
Farmer occasionally got tight, or iii
other words, started a brickyard in his
hat: Wife objected ; farmer became
angry, stabbed his wife with a butcher,
knife. Wife fell swooning to the floor.'
Farmer, leaves precipitately for the
West. Wife recovers. After five years,
marries again. Husband dies in a year.
She -leaves-for the West. Arrives at
Fairview. stops at; a boarding-house;
rneete. her former husband ; years have
passed ; she does not recognize hlin,
and be•knows her not. He loves her,
proposes. She accepts, they marry.--7r
Nor twenty-four hours after the 'cere
mony wife disrobes; au ugly scar is
visible; . husband sees this scar-,-is ut
terly amazed. Truth dawns upon them
- 1 -it is the long-lost husband, once an
assassin, now a sober,. wealthy mer
chant of Fairview. Everything Is love
ly, and 'all's Well that eOds-well.'
n England no man thinks of black.
ing his own boots,' said a haughty
Briton once to Mr. Lincoln, whom he
found polishing bis ealf-skin gaiters.
' Whose boots does he black ?' quietly
resp,omked Abe, as he spat on the brush.
' Pa,' said Charlie to his paternal an
cestit, bolding a 13Unday school picture
hook - . What's that?' That, my son,
is Jacob wrestling with_the angel.'—
' And which licked?' inquired . the
At a public sale of books - , Drew's
Essay on Souls 3 was knocked down to
a shoemaker, to the great amusement
of the crowded room, asked the auc
tioneer if he had any more shoemakers
A Parisian beggar accosted a gentle
man with—" I am poor, monsieur, but
lam religious. I want but one of the
saving virtues; .I have Faith; I have
Hope; it remains with you to give me
• The Kennebec( Journal thinks it la "a
great wormier how people who say they
are to poor to dregs their children fit to
attend school, cad support a lazy and
useless dog and use fifty cents worth of
tobacco a week."-
A young lady being asked by a femi
nine - ae9naintance whether she had
auy original poetry in her album, re
plied: •"No ; but some of my -friends
baveSavored cue - wah some -original
A well known French actress, more
celebrated for her inconstancy in love
than anything else, used to say her per-
WilB merely owing to her ill luck,
' I neVer 7 got attached to any eine but
that ram Introduced to some oile that
lately like better. •
tufzi t p 4
ullarity of winter in this la* ,
hat tho rain Is usually snow.
mmLL,sifiom) . ,li.eADEmpe=
W. A. STONE, Principal,
Miss S. D. ROUSE, Precoptrese,
1 MRS. A. D. EASTMAN, "reachor of Musio.
CALENDAR FOR 1808,9
Winter terra oommettees Nov. 20, cloaca 'February 26.
SErtng term con:monger March Ist, arid•elnects,J uni 4,
P.IPENSES PER !PERU
Primary Department-1. • ea,oo
Common English, e0.,00
Meter English $7,00
Lang;tutges rtnd , lligher,Mathemattcs," • • V 3,60 _
'-Daitruinetital Music -
Each Term to continue fourteen weeks. Dills duo,
ono half first day of term, remainder at middle ofterm.
1 , 10 deduction made in tuition except for sickness
,Nonebut Robinson's Mathematics aro UAW. fitlldeptil
on chtering Are requested' to tiegiater their nitmes
gether With the studios they wish to pursue, and pay
ono-half of their tuition.
Board procured at reasoaablO rates In ilia village
Ey order of thellloalti of TiII;STLI ,
Wellabor°, Nov. 4,1805.
11 7 . - ttLSB OR 0 BA= (BR P.
HE SUBSCRIDERkhaving eolaaahed
Tielf in the
hi this village, next .loor to E. R. Kimball's
Grocery, is now prephred to oary on the business
in eli its, various branches. I will keep eon.
stonily on hand an assortment of Bread, such
LOAN BREAD; BOSTON CRACKERS,
GRAHAM BREAD, BUTTER
CRACKERS, B ROW N -
-BREAD, WATER -
' CRACKERS, BUCIAR
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA BISCUITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,
- PIES, AND LUNCH,
at all hours of the day, Sundays el'eopted.
13y strict attention to business shall endeavor
to niorit the public patronage.
Wollsboro, Juno. 24;: 1868.
NEW HARDWARE STORE 1
CONYERS & OSGOOD
TN addition to their old - husintlielti Dry Go,ocb,
Groceries:;ke., hoe eitabliatied a
STOVE, TIN, AND' GENERAL HAW
•' WARE STORE,
two floors below the old stand; Is here they man
ufaoturo -- , - -
that is, itt the moat eubitantlal manner. ' In the
matter of '
SPTOV - P.S,
we have enough to d all the cooking and warm
ing in Ilioga County. In fact, we 'have "etPros
enough to MAKE A BUMMER in
We are the only agenti for the sale of the
MUM COOK STOVE
o Wellaboro; ani4late Stove fa the
AUTOCRAT - OF- STOVES
Wo keep all kinds of Hardware, Iron, Nails,
Steel, Horse Shoes, and a complete variety of
SHELF I ARDWARE
If you don't bailey° it DROP?:.Y.
Wellattiro, Sept 4, 8137, ly.
VER. WILLIAM ROBERTS begs to
LTA. announce to the citizens of Tioga County,
that in addition to his eellent stook of Stoves,
t'in-Ware, Brittaula, andSheet-Iron Ware, he
has, at a great outlay, stktid his store on
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
withtteomplete alsortment of Shelf llardw io,
of which wo enumerate the following articles t
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP BINGES,
‘• CARPENTER'S TOOLS, •_
PUMPS, AXES -
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
_ BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
fr, BAND IRON. GRINDSTONE
. POPPERS, •
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT HARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for nee. Thine are but a
few of the many articles composing our stook.
We invite thci public ta call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the beet quality of
goods in our line,; and all work to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM ROBERT&
Welleboro,Pept,. 1,18607 U.
Hero 'Fruit Jar.
500 GROSS of the HERO FRUIT JAR
for eale by
W. D. TERBELL & CO.,
Corning, N o T,
. We are prepared to fill orders for the Hero
Fruit Jar :as low as they can be bought any_
anywhere, and !hipped from Corning. We can
give special rates on large quantities. It is the
hoist and most salable Jar in the market. Got
quotations from us before ordering elsewhere.
March 18, 1868.-6 m
• .WASHING MACHINE.
TAS. M. WILKINSON, of Charleston, having
tt purchased the right to make and vend the
11. P. Jones Washing Machine in Tioga County,
hereby gives notice thht the machines nit!: being
made at Van horn's Cabinet Factory, Wellaboro,
where they may, be proctired.
The best, cheapest, and most sensible machine
June 24,1888—tf. • < _
20013 usti Titliotby" EteoT. — 10 0 - 13 u iambi
Clover obol cost kinds
WRIGHT dk 4,4141%,
iirirOMING INSURANCE CO.,
R. 0. BUITII, Seey. W. S. Ross, Pres.
W. T. READ, Gen'l.49't. L. D•6nommesze, V. P.
CAPITAL" AND-SURPLUS.; $150,000.'
MIIIS 13 tho ei»npaby . I'..r 'l'hoodoro
Ilatdold Was lately ° A ttu, a(,4 uuticy hold
ora cyhtt svl3l . i to ones". their•lnsurante 1170
rynoeted to apply to tht , satrrrilier.
Girard Fire Tusuranee Co.;
J. B. ALVoRD, 'CuoILAS CRAVEN, tadfia.
Sacratary. A. S. GILLETT, V. "
-- All pahl•kiii:iti Jlft.ll,
Surplus Over $160,000
Continental Ins. Company,
Or 711 E CM or NEW Yulit,
Cash Capital, 5500,000,00'
Gross Surplus, Jan. 1, 1868; 1,314,590,81
Cash Assets, do 3,814,590,81
tF.d'Polleies written at this office.
GEORGE T. ROPE, Premident.
11. IT. LAMPORT, Vieo Preaidobt,
CYRUS PECK, Secretary,
' The subscriber takes this method of informing
the public that he bus the agency of the above
Companies, and will be found at his office over
Roy!ta Drug Storr.:adjoining Agitator Office.
JllO. I. MITCHELL,
Wollsboro,, Pa., Pub. 20, 1.4138—tf,
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS, BUTTER
/CHEESE,--EGOS ; FLOUR AND
s t FURS AND SKINS,
.DATED AND.GREEN FRUITS, GRAIN
WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
, NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
FEATHERS, HEMP, PROVISIONS,
---- OILS, LARD, TALLOW, SEEDS,
442, 444 and 446 Washington St.,
And receive ilk weekly Pr;cc earreht. of Pro
duoo and Groccrtqa the most complete I'flce Cur
rent Pub - list : led in the United State".
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates dr, Ctirtis funlehed Free
Liberal Advancee •nlc(de on . ConalgniA'te
_ Estahllohed May let, 1880.
First Class References given when Itequtred
April 22, 1868.-0 y. •
A. W. 'AYERS H
Mar.49II•IICOLE, Ent:LC,X3P s
Ia the only place thin lido of New York City
whore you will find of,netantly on nand, a
good neeortment of
GRANITE MONUMENTS, • - .
cut at the celebrated Qyiney and -Concord guar.
ries, abiped direct to his order; also a tine as
sortment of 3larble and Slate Mantles, Coal
Grates, Marble Shelves, Brackets, Al, as cheap
as can be bought in the State. All orders will
receive rny.personal attention. Shop and wars
rooms on water street, a few doors b!elow Ayers
Jewelry Store, -Elmira, N. N.
July 20, 1863-Bm. ' A. WJAYERS.,
Farm for Sale
TIIE undersigned offers for Salo on reason.
able terms,a valuable farm, situated in Chat.
hum Township, Tioga County Pu.,.on the direct
road from Knoxville to Keeneyville, six miles
from the former places, containing 150 nerth!,lls
acres improved, A good frame l house; large hay
barn and shad, and a good hoiie- barn, also two
good apple-orchards. well watered and well
adapted to dairying. - AnyThne Atiettitig-a
farm and pleasant home will do well to - apply to
Sept. 2, 1868-tf.
—. gulag a family washing it, and
cheapest Manner. Guaranteed equal to nay in
the world 1 Has all the' strength of old rosin
soap with the mild and lathering'qualities of
genuine Castile. Try this splendid soap. Sold
by the ALDEN CHEMICAL WORKS, 48 North
Front Street, Philadelphia. , sept 2;'68-Iy.
- Dr. C. Thompson.
• - [wat,t.anots6von PA.J .• -
W.lll attend to PrOksafohaVonlie in tat' 'village,
'..and immediate fleinitj , of WelMoro.
' Mee and Residehee . on State St. 2d door on
the right going East. ' • (June. 24, 1868.
QINCE Sa'halter now . boing • used in. thous.
10 ands of fanillies the following facts are
portant to he knowtl.
FlRST—Though it la the most powerful of all
popular remedies, yet it Is so compounded, as-to
belief° and harmless. It is of such a nature that
it may be handled and used by children, and
persons who are ignorant of Medicines.
BECOND—Itis found that Salatifer will relieve
severe pain in any part of the body sooner than
any other application.
Tntui)--Itt fs3mportont that toe bo~tlo be well
corked, if left open - only a few min. tea it lose*
strength. - •
Fooarn-;-This useful remedy con 4) obtained
from almost every dealer in medjoin
• ATTENTION FARMERS!
SPITING has come, and those desiring fall
barns can have thorn by haying .
31Folost e ester
at the 3,1111 of L Champney IC CO., which we are
selling at $8 per ton at our mill on Elk Run.—
All kinds of Produce takon in exchange for
Plaster. Givens a call.
I. CIIAMPNEY At. CO.
Gaines, Tioga, Co., Pa., March' 28, 1868-Cm°
YES 1 YES! • YES!
Plt. WiLLIAMS & CO., have got the best,
. largest and cheapest stock of Drugs, med.
ietnes;Patehi Medicines, Paints, Bib, Dye Sttitl;
Brushes; Varnishes, Glass,Putty; Yankee No
tions, Perfumery, -Toilot S oap, Fishing Tackle,
&431, &0., - ever brought into this county. They
will positively sell everything in their line cheap:
or than can be bought elsewhere. They bought
their goods in huge quantities and for nett cash,
and lan and will sell cheaper than any other es
tablishment in - thls, county. Call and;examine
stock and prices.. P. 11. WILLIAM.S.I CO.
Mny 9, 3868. No. 3, Union Block.
:Brick for Sale.
1 2 5 .. 0001 0 0, 0 y D ar BR v lClf te fo t r bo ßale a s t .
loy,iVelleboro, PREP. '
eopt. 18,1888-Bm.'• •
100,000 Pounds of Wool
,rriliE subscribers will pay Cash,
Cassimeres s Flannels, tto., &0., for Wool.—
'They also manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SHARES,
to suit enbtotnera. All work 'primal:qua pa rep
resented.. They invite, particular attention= to
• their 'Water Proof
19b1011 are warranted hi every redpect. Pardon
lar attention given to
ROLTAARDING 83 CLOTILDRESSING.
Twenty years experience in %lite business war
rants them, in expecting ,a generous . patronage
No shoddy cloths tulade
DeLano & Co., at WeDebora; are agents for
ho eale of our Clothe-.
JOSEPH IN4fI&M & BONS
Deerfield, Mayl3, 1868-a.
GROCERY, AND PROVISION' STORE
/AID saying that 11_panny' saved
000; jciltifiei 7 ,GAßDlTEE:ln naming his
estiVlishment a Savings Bank. Economy is
'Wealth, said somo - old chap whose name I have
forgotten; and it is economy to trade where the
of high - priee'ri Veln Proseanteiyith vigor rind
Yr ' thout repriev - can sell ngtirri, Teae, Mo
lasses, Fish, Pork, Flour, Corn Meal, Coffees,
Canned Fruits, Spioes, an everything intended
for family use, giving the buyer the benefit
fall of the markets, an adl;antage duly' appre
ciated by everybody,excepting only those verdant
who prel}:sr PROMISING TO PAY one hun
dred per cent, prpfltalcir Itta. fie4ero to P 4 TING
twenty-five' per cent.' Wish on delitie6 of the
goods. I shall offer my stock of goods at fair
and fill up as fast as I roll out,
Nov is Your Time to Buy!
HAVING more goods than is necessary for
this market, I will sell my entiro stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
PLATED WARE," - AND FAN
CY GOODS, AT COST.
0. L 3. ciocau ut...... ......,.
Gothic " " ....3,08.
Cottage " " • 1,70.
American Watches i Silver ' utiog Casocat
$l9. Finer Movemen , ,inh)t I r Cases, at aor
respondinglylow pri, Nut. d W ro et Man
THIS IS NO -1101..1 ; 11 : . A VER
ITABLE . A L 1
Call and see for yryiro
Wellsboro, Aprit 2 , 1.. OLii.Y.
Stoves 4 ( - syq..t; ‘kr/a/tre
Good people all, botl great and spell —if yon
want to keep /
you must have / enough toe •t, dry woos, a good
wife, well-behavedo)/ildren, and to prown all, a
TIP. TOP 111101UNG STOVE!
Thislast:and crowning good, I have at my Tin
•and Stove ostabllshment, opposite Roy!s ; Block,
Wellsboio, and its name Is the
on;s11 hands admitted to be equal to any In the
world. . _ -.— •
promptly, and warranted to give aatigaotion.
executed In the best manner and with dispatch
Am 9 ” the tuiefitt PinPr Oi
there are few._ thatrgive •• more z promise of
good, few so well adapted to'relieve human .of
fering, few so well approved by the public as that
new , andpowerfulremedrealled Saintlier Or as
the Gera an..p.eoplo call* Ilealthbringer)..."
It gives ease and. comfOrt to thepoor sufferer
from Neuralgia and Rheumatism, and brings
speedy relief to that large class of diseases _ that
are oftetrdurodo/1 fliwaye b nglltod by an. Ont.
ward application.' " I ;''
-For sale by all Ditiggists.
Wholeiale Depot DAY, HOAGLAND & SW
GER, No 511Courtlandt - St. New York.
BANICRI I IPTOY
in full !efts, at YOUNG'S BOOKSTORE.
FOR. SALE' CHEAP. ,
1 elegant new operi
,4uggy ? I aeaond hand
open buggy. 1 . siootid hand top' buggy.-
1 aulkey. I two horse lunber wagon.
W RIGHT pAILEX;
—•• • •
- - -
TOB-WORK, IN,, THE BEST STYLE, • and
dwith deepateh,st THE AGITATOR 00100.
AMPS.—A new kind oliampfot Karma°
jj no breakage of ohlmtioya-at • -ItOtErS:
H OOP SEIR,TI3, at
EVERY , MONDAY,
EVERY , THURSDAY,
Wellaboro, June 12, 1867
FOR THE MILLION.
HOME COMPANION ;
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
CALL AND SEE ME.
D. P. ROBERTO
Wellehorough, Nor. 21,1887.
;.)1X0 ... -
I P. - 'ILIVILLIAM'S &AO:.
DRUGS, MEDIOINES;, PATENT MED
ICINES, PAINTS, OILS, WIN
DOW GLASS, & PITTTY,
Have oome clown to Old Prices at last.
WE do not hesitate to say that me have the
Largest Stook of
PURE ENGDIS r Ef DRUGS
FANCY ARTICLES, =TOILET SOAP,
OLOTH, HAIR, TOOTH & NAIL
EVER B4'OUOHT INTO TEM MARKET
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS PUTTY,
Pure White Lead, Pure White Zino, Linseed
lioacit - TandelNi :Funk a V.attlieb, Yd.
low, 'Chroidea tireen,• Praiehin Bine,
Patent Dryer, Laoker, Japan,
Opanitis,Whiting, raris /X alaomine, Resin;
Tnr, Log. Wood. Fmitio....Bratil Wood, Cam- .
world, Itedtriiod.-..Potis,ib, Patty-, Aloo- ,
oohol, Benzoic,' Spirits Turpentine,
and Kerosene Oil, Paint and
L. A. GARDNER
101: 1 1,01:1YES;
P , ERFU I OO-0 Y,
WINES At, LIQUORS, 0,,c,
Ws hays also thitaigesi'Beditra
Which we will 5011'25 per cent..ohbaper than any
other istabilibinent In the -county.--in short, wo
have every thing over kept in a first class
and all we ask is for you to call and ezatalne our
stock and prices before buying elsewhere. Re
member we can't be undersold.
AU goodi warranted‘or no pale.
P. R. Wrixiento,- P. R WILLIAMS Co
J. L. Wmmama, J . No. 8 Union Stook,
To the So'diet% of Tioga County.
- 17 -OUR attention le reeitietfully called to the
I,_follosvingAßAct•of Assembir•passed at the
hat session _of the _Legielature r and , to-the facili
ties afforded , by virtue ef , that act, of preierving
the evidence of our servioe'as Boldiere in the war
etra- ay, proolot-ro.41.••• 41.50 Unto..
Be it enacted by the • Senate and House of
Representatives of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania in General Assembly met, and it is here
by enacted by the authority of the same : That
the Recorders of Deeds of the several Counties of
this Commonwealth are hereby authorised and
required to record all final discharges of Com
missioned and non-Commissioned Officers and
Privates, upon application being made to them
by the holders'of the same, for which the Recor
der shall be allowed the usual foe fqr reoording ;
and that the recording of the same shall not ho
subject tbe , payment of the State tax.
JNO. W. GEAR?, Governor.
Wellsboro, Pa., July 18, 1888-3 m
- D. L._,DXANE,
Itodorder, Thiga Co.
Paint for Farmers and - Others.
T"ORAPTON MINERAL. PAINT CO.
are now manufacturing the Best, Cheapest
and most Durable Paint in use; two coats well
put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil, will lest 10
yr lb veers; it is o! a light brown or beautiful
hoeolate color, and can be changed to green,
end, stone, drab, olive or cream, to suit the taste
)1 the consumer. It is valuable for Houses
041,Frlage. and_Car.rgekers, path:
nd -: Agricultural iMPhsmente,
ganal Boats, Vessels and Ships' Bottoms, Can
vas, Metal and Shingle Boors, (it being Fire and
Water-proofs4 . Ploor Oil Olothr4, (one ntanufead
tarot havink vSed' 5,00 Ws: the past 'ear,) and
and as a paint for any purpose is unsurpassed for
body, durability, elasticity and adhesiveness.—
Price $0 per barrel•of-190 lbs., which will supply
a, farmer for years to come. Warranted in all
cases as above. Send for a oiroular which gives
full particulars. , None genuine- unless.brauded
in a trade Mark', (hearten Mineral Paint. L Pet ,
sons can orde the Paint and remit the money
on receipt of the goods. Address
June 3, 1868-em 2b4 Pearl St, New York.
OF FAMILY, PULPIT, do PHOTO-
044 PR BIBLES.
Wholesale Dealers will find the list to embra. •
the largest assortment of Bibles in the country
The publisher has no hesitapon in pronoun*:
ing them more' saleible thin- any . pibles • publish
ed. The various editions , the vari
ous soli of binding lid idles of typo, varying
in • price front $2 to $BO, for. gamily ,Bible, large
11AltD1 . N - O'S
The taperiority'of "Ilardfai's Patent Flexible
Obain-Baek Album," over all, other. heretofore
niatittfietured, wlf r epOtt,tbe:elighteat examina
tion; be apparent to all,. •
Purchasers are Assured that the above books
uri all of4the best Philadelphia manufacture.
E. B. CASE,
Jan. 8,1888.73 m.
Wellsboro Meat - Market !
Bra; ,Poilic I - .lslrWonfi": -
T HE subscriber opened a Meat Market In .the
, building latel,y occupied by Dr. Webb, on
Crafton.streef, Monday morning, Feb. 17, where
he will keep a fall-assortment of
Haiti avid. Shoulders., - If thipsople will give me
encouragement I will keep up a good Market.
A. J. TIPPLE.
- Seeks !- &ales ! Scales I.
T" Bitffalo Platform Scales, all ordinary
sizes, for heavy, and, counter use, may be
found at the Hardware' Store of Wm. Roberts,
Wellsbore. These Scales are the Fairbanks pat
ent and have no superior .anywhere. They , are
made in the best style and have talon the premi
um at all the great exhibitions. . •
I have the sajo agency for these Scales in this
region'. WIT 4 LIAISI ROBERTS.
Wellsboro, Feb. 12,1118/31'
QAOKINO for hope; boat - quality 25 out peryard,
at Dr LANO k COT.
DFITOR'BI ABDOMINAL SUPPORT
BRS, for sale at Roy's, Drug Store. • ; •
-CUBS PAID 'POR WOOL, by
1,) Jun, 17,188 L , SOBEItT.D•
To. BUY_ i f M OUR
WE •iti bay at the highest market price,
the following articles.
ILT DEACON SKINS,
SKINS; FURS, HIDES,
D VEAL SKINS,
for *blob sto
We *lll um
Isis nett .st..fa
M pay cash.
at/feelers to order, Broach or home
in the beat mall
hr. tit.* and pay especial attendee,
!TO; • ,
We have a first-rate stock of
REAIIY-M. pi , WORK,
. . ri
oik *. _ .
wet p , a
ilia not b an mold, and from this
auto we shall make it a poi it to keep up the hest
to be found in the county, which we will sill at
a lower profit than such attioles have ; ever hien
offered in this region. .1
We shall likewise keep up a good inaintinent
of 1 -
LADIES' BALMORALS, LEiTHER
BooTgEs,, ,011ILDREN'S 1 AND
MISSES WORK op VA!.
and all styles of MEN'S WORK.
LEATHER 4.. FINDINGS
oan lie bought of ni ns chea p 1•
old& of New YOrk; and i 6 obeli keep a full stook
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH RIP, UP
'Our stook Id PRO4NAiLS, THREAD, AWLS,
'RASPS,. GLOVBRS!- NEEDLES; LASTS,
TREE', ORf If PS; :444....3110EMA1LR1PS
TOOLS ,and FINDINGS, silll,A, : found, the' tar.
'gag in the county, 9nd we sell for malt profits.
We talk businoss and NTO , Moan busincss. We
,havethlsstigion lOng enough to be well
- ktiown.-4otithoiel.whO 'know us try us. COrner
,of gainf4tidgranon• atreett, tippets Wm. "ft'ob-
ortafHardware Store, • . C. W. SEARS,
;•• •r GEO. 0. DERBY.
4Prt4 4 ,. 1 §67-tr, • -
1868. WBIIIiT & BAILEY. 1868.
ocanmenee this year with an arolualvely
CA3II business. -
CASH - :PAID FOR WHEAT 1
CASH PAID FOR. OATS 1
CASH T .A.ID FOR CORN I
CASH FOR EVERYTHING I I .
A LARGE• :STOCK OF FLOUR FOR
A LARGE STOCK OF FEED FOR
CASH 1 '
A L'AROE STOCK OF PORK FOR
Call and eoe us. WRIGIIT dc BAILEY
Wellsboro, Jan. 9, 1867-Iy.
All persona Indebted to us by note or book
account moot call and sottici of pay costs. • .
Jan. 3, 1868. WRIGHT &._ BAILEY.
WELLSI - S)R9
TUE cahcarfoera 144 Yl9l pripilATil 4 additional
machinery are now ready to furnish to order
all forte of
PLOWS, 113 TIV A TOR S, FIELD
R 0 L . 14 E 4 MILL GEARING,
SLEIGH SHOES, _W o=o0 = 0 D -
&0., &c., &c.
Wo have also a
for =stout and job work, We ore also 'prepared
SLITTING & SCROLL , SAWING
Having a thwt-elaai mew-cutting Lathe, we
'aro prepared to make
CHEESE PRESS SCREWS,
to order, Builders of Cheese Paotories are re
quested to examine our work. - We manufacture
one of the finest implements' in the market.
Cash paid for OLD IRON..
F. L. SEARS.
Grocery and Provision Store,
• CORNING, N. Y.
47. Ste. ISSIMACA,
WROLESApE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kin& of
Wines, Liquors and
EGREIGN & 'DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED FPUITS AND
WOOD & WILLO WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &a , Lo.
A full and completu assortment of the above
mentioned goods of the best quality always on
Particular attention paid to Fine Groceries
Dealers and Consumers will And it to their In
torost to olamiroolls Stook 'before . buying.
Corning,ll; T., Marah li, 3888
THE largest assoriiiint cif-Vistettes, Clocks
Jewelry ttn& Plata Wire itt: Vega county
at :.[19111•1541] ,1-101,21Vka
WHOLESALE DRUG STOR4.
TIIADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S FLUID, EX
CORNING; N., N.Y.
FIII,UOS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
BURNETT'S COCOAINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,.
PATENT MEDICINES, ROM
' ESTER PERFUMERY •
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Sold at Wholesale Penna. Buyers arc requested
to call and get quotations efoic going further
W. D. TE BELL s& CO.
Corning. Jan. 1,1 88--1 y
1868. FOR SALE. 1868.
B. C. WICKHAM,
A T NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN, TIOGA
10,0001 Pear Tsre: . :
g4iod supply of FIAUM, PEAOR,,C.OERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL 'TREES .fr, SHRURBERY.
The Fruit trees :are composed 'of . the i choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them ergo and
in bearing. Any one wishing to get a l supply
will do Well' to 'call and see my stock . before pur
ehasing elsewhere. jar. Delivered at.:,ihe depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Fob. 28, 1888-Iy*
To Owners of Horses and Cattle.
TOMAS' DERBY CONDITION POWDERS ARE
warranted superior to any others, or no pay, for
the cure - ,of Distertrptiri .Worms, - Dots, Coughs, Bide
bound. Colds, Horses;, and Colds, Coughs, Lei:.
of Milk,' Black Tongtte;FlOrn . Distemper, &c., -in C t•
tie.. They are petfectly.safo and Innocent; no need f
stopping the working ofyour animate. They increaie
the appetite, give a fine coat, cleanse the stomach air
nrlnaryorgans also increase tho milk of cows. T y
them, and 7yon• will never be Without them. fliram
Woodruff, the celebrated trainer of trotting horses, his
used them Tor :years, and 'recommends them to his
friends. Col:14)11o. P. Bush,' of the Jerome Race
Course, Fordhatxt,N, Y., would not use them until he
was told of what they are compbied, since which lie
is never without them. He has over twenty running
horses In his charge, and for the last three years has
used no other medicine for them, Hel has kindly per
mitted me to refer any one to him. Over 1,000 other
references can be seen at the depot. Sold by Druggists
and Saddlers. lklee (25 cents per box. Depot, 66
Cortlandt Btreet,'New York.. .[Feb. 191
The AmeriCan Cooking Stoic..
AFTER 'twenty years experience in the man
ufacture 'of stoves, we became convinced.
some six. years since, that a vast amount of
money was being expended by the people of this
oountry. in buying cheap and worthless stoves, a
large portion of which was wasted; and that
true economy consisted in buying tho best stoves
that could be made, notwithstanding the price
was higher. With this view. we proceeded to
construct the Ainerioan Cooking Stove, and
spared no pains or expense to make it the best
and most perfect stove that could be made. And
we have experimented with it, and carefully
watched its operation for the last six year's, and
when an improvement suggested itself, we have
at once adopted It, and wo have several of those
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 largCly to its 'convenience and effective
ness. 'ln all the varieties of stoves we manu
facture, we stud); usefolness, durability, conver
nienoe 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,. lc CO.,
Albany, N. Y.
For sale by CONVERSE & OSGOOD, Wells
boro, Pa. May 13, 1868.
To the Farmers of Tioga County
ir AM now building at my manufactory, In Lawrence
I. villa. a superior
whioh poems*, the following advantages over all other
1. It separates oats, rat litter, and foul seeds, and
chess and cockle; from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and a
other 'wade, perfectly.
8, It cleans tlmothY seed.
4. It does all other ssparoting required of a mill.
This mill is built of the best and moat durable tim
tsar, in good style, and is sold cheap for calh, or pro
I will fit a patent sieve, for separating oats from
wbset,to other mills, on reasonable terms;
Lawrenoeville,Ootober 10, IBB6—tf
KNOXVILLE, TIOGA CO., PA.
MIL/AS 11012,T0N, Principal:
M. MA W. HORTON, Preceptresa.
' Mtas MIRA HORTON, Assistant.
Mtn AMANDA DRAKE, Teacher of Music.
• OALENDATCFOR 1867—;43.
Fall Term commences Sept. 3d, Winter Term Nov
20th, Spring Term,Feb; Mitb,:ll3oB.
EXPENSES PER TERM
Languages and Higher Mathematics.,.
Instrumental Music, extra
Vocal Music, extra-.--
Board per iteek— ,
Knoxville, August 14, 1807-tf.
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ERIE RAILWAY ..
On and after Monday, Nov. 22,4 t -lbY.b, true.. % 4 1,
liniveCimiingAt about the followingLuurr
6:21n ut Night laxpress, Sundays excepted, fel Duna.,,
Oxtantanca,autt .Dunkirk, Oinking direct ceufiecti,,,,
with trains of tho Atlantic h Great Wesel
dloare,ada GrandTrunklial)ways,lorali points 11"ci
6:42 A. nt.„Night Fix,proas,Daily,for Buffalo,italania ~
Dunkirk and the West, connecting as above..
tn., Night Exprees,Stindaye excepted, tot 1., ,
ester and Buffalo, via l kron.
10:09 a .n1,31:111 Train,Sundos excepted. for Do ?halo
1:46 o:.,m.Baltlmdre Express, Sundays excepted. kr
Rochester and Buffalo,rla Avon,
p.ln., Day Exprose,Eundays egcepted for Buns!,
Balatuanca, Dunkirk awl .the West, couttectiq st
at Ralannusen; with the Atlantic i , nd Orea t Wekitti,
at- & Dunkirk it'll Buffalothy 14kt.
Hallway, for all points west - and °nth.
T;46 p tuy Expragculala3 it oCh
12:35 a. n Slail-Santla) , l , xceptd.lut Liu!
lo,Salamauca,and Dunklrk,conueoting with trains
for the West.
1 . 30 p m Wei , ' Freight, tit:adapt pxoopted
b:4O p. ni., Emigrant t rat tip Daily, for the West.
EASTWARD nous .
12:43 a. tn., 1S lest Express, Dully slontiays us.Q494 t l
Connecting uc ElndraifOr 111111 a evict, 'U1 . 4131,11: q,
• and the t , t.mith, and ei New York with aftaran u a
traluo and a toarnura C9r Boston and New EnFlaitd
Cities, • i ,
d:46 a . ta .. Cincinnati Rtip. 3lundaye except,: 1.,,,• K
at Eituira for Canandaigua, at Binghamton fur Spa •
cuso; nt Great Benti,for Scranton, at it,
Hawley, and at Jersey City with midnight Ex plietll
Trainor Now Jersey Railroad foil phlittelelphlaillnltl-
MOM and Washington.- • - - , q• ' .
11:02 a. in., Day Expretri,Sundnya nepted,conbacting
at Waverly for Towanda; nt Binghamton for 'Syra ,
cost; at Great" Bond for Dm : Anton, at Lackou oxen
tot Honesdale; nt Middletown tot Unionville, and et
Jersey City. with midnight expreas train for _Nee,
Jersey lint Itoad,P)r Philadelphia
10.30 a m Accommodation -Train daily, COllliectiug at
Owego for Itheca '. - .
2:201). m.,Baltimore-Expresa,Stindaya excepted.
4:35 p. m., New York and Baltimort , Mall. Staldayn ex
cepted, connecting at E.hntra for Canandaigua, and
at Waverly for Towanda • '
8:05 p in Lightning -EXpress Daily, connecting at El
iinira- for Williamsport, Harrisburg. and the South,
and at Jersey City with morning express train of
New Jersey Railroad - for Philadelphia, Baltimore
, , ,• : .1-.: i -,-..,,
13:25 r. ni, Way"Frelibi,Snuilais exCeped.
I .19, 1 1"*x rO 0% oil and comPl'ete - "Pockiii Time Table" of
Pax:tenger Truing on the Brie kallWay and connecting
Lines, has recently been‘published, and can be Immur
ed ou application to,ille TiCket Agicht`of the Company
w i g. R . waut i ,.. -,
.. . • '- ! II , IaDDLI4,
Octet Pose Agent , •
Blosaburg 74 --- oga R. Fc.
Tsai.s will run as s follovra mat further nutlet.:
doentamodationv—teatee bionilnrg at 7,16 a: m., Maas.
flak) at 8,05. Tioga,at 8,41 nceville at
arriving at Conking at 10,40 a. m. ,• 1.
Mall—Leaves Diossburg at 2,00 Manstleld at 2;40,
'rioga at 8.18, Lawrolicevillo at 40 0—arriving! al,
, Co, ning at p. ' • I
Mall—Leaves Corning at 8,00 - a. to., Laiviencevilla at
Tina at 9,46, Manaftold dtilo,22;.arriving nt
Blossaang at 11,00 a. in.
Accommodation—Leaves Corning - Et2,40 p. to , Env.%
renceville at 4,00. Tlogn at, 4.66,; Mansfield at ti,2o--
arriving at Bluesburg at 0,15 p.taa„.
- - „ tL.-idan-Arrucx
TRAINS FOR THE I NORTH.
Trains for Canandagnia leave Elinim a e follows:
Accomodation at 1 i ov n tu
Express [fastest train on road) 11 45 a u,
• 616 p
Way Freight; (parson coach a+Chedi 710 aof
On and after Nov. 24 1867, trains will arrive eno
depart - from Troy, as fo lows;
10 65 A. (except Sum] tys) for Elmira, Buffa
lo, Canandaigua; Rochester, Sapp. Bridge and th-
9,45 P. M.—Daily (except Sunday.) for kimlre and
‘. Buffalo, vla Eric:Railway from
600 A. M.—Daily.(except Sundays) fat tisithnor,
Washington Philadelphia, f.. 0.
905 P. M.—Daily (ozcopt Sundayt)
Washington and Philadelphia.
J. N. Dtr HARRY, ED. R.TOUNIJ
00101 Sup t. Ilanisturg. Geh'l Pass. As' t
' Philadolphia Br. Erie R. R.
On and after MONDAY, Nov. 23d, IE6B, Trains
on the Philadelphia X Erie will run as tell _a
311 Train leave* Philadelphia.l
" arr. at Erie
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia
" I arr. at Etle
Elmira Mail loaves Philadelphia—
" " arr. at Loalt !lawn
31011:n6u leartte Erie
•' " Williazaspo EL.:.
.• ‘. an at PlEiladelphla
Erie Exprass leaves Erie
air. at Ylilludelplial
.42U p m
Mall awl Express connect , velith oil Creek and Ails
gtiany River Rail Rend. Baggage Checked Through
. ALFRED L.ITYLER, Gen'l Sun't.
At:Untie and Great:Western R• W
WTSViVARD BOUND. 1 1
Mall ....5.80 'Exptese caw
Acco:ntaodation 0,35 Mnil 5.51.
Express 12.19 Accoamenclutiou 11.45
Express ' 11.00 Express I. 01u
At Cory there la ti Junction with the Philndelpllie
Ede ' and Cil Creek Rail Ronda.
At Illeadville with' the . Franklin and Oil City and
At Leavittsinargo the 'Mahonlay Branch makes a di
root route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittebnigh Railroad.
Tho Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Gallon,
Ilarion, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting-various roll.
roads, and terminates at CiliCi6ll , lll
L. D. RUCKER, Con. Supt., Met,dvilir,
Planing & Turning.
B. T. VAN HORN,
lIAVING .got' his now Factory in opt:ration,
is now -prepared to fill ordprs for C4inet
Ware promptly and in the best style of workman
skip. Ilaviogin'Oeured a
he is ready to dress boards l rplank with dispatch
SCROLL-WORK & BRACKETS,
furnished to order. Ilis machines ore of the new
est and most improved pott i erns.
Shop corner of Pearl ii d Waln , St, WF.LLS
dot. 31, 1866-If. 11. T. VAN BORN.
At Dartt Settliiment.
T HE SUBSCRIBER has ',opened a now
GROCERY & PROVISION STORE
At the above named plane, Where be proposes to
furnish Goods in his lino cheap.
3tarket prices paid for Farm Produce, either
iu cash or trade. The patronage of the public is
respectfully solicited. ALBERT TIPPLE.
Charleston. Deo. 11, 181307—tf.
' Atli .
" Zr' ll " ..,.; Ctlairmaker Turner, and
l ' I 1 Furniture Dealer,
. 7 00
. 8 OD
SALE ROOM, opposite Dam's Wagon Shop,
. Main Street. FACTORY in Sears t
Hams Foundry, second story.
Orders promptly)tilled and satisfaction gaarsh
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
Wollsboro, Jnno 12, 1367. J. STICICLIN
Tioga Marble Works.
TE undersigned is nowprepared to exe
cute-all orders for Tomb Stones and Monti
monts of either
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE,
of the latest style and approved workmanship
Rio keep constantly on band both kinds o,
Marlilo and will be able to e l uit all who may fa
vor tam with their orders, op as reasonable terms
as can be Übtained!ln the country.
Stones discoloied with rust and, dirt cleaned
and ma-do to look as good as new.
Tioga, Nov. 1, I r , BB7—tf. I
fE attention of Merchants and 'others liable to
a License, is respectfully called to the act of
the 11th of April 1662. Pamphlet laws,422,reg ,
ranting the collection andipnyment of ',legumes
which aro payable at the Treasurer's Office on
the Ist day of Mar in each and - every year, end
by radii net, all Licenses remaining unpaid on
the first day of July, the Treasurer Is required to
sue and press to judgmeilt and collection, as
loon as practicable thereafter, end in default
thereof, to ho personally liable Those liable to
a License are therefore requested to be prompt
In making their payments before that date, there
by avoiding any trouble to themselves and much
perplekity to the Treasurer.
Stine 3,186 S. 11. C. BAILEY, Treasurer.
COIOE LOT OF GRAIN • BAGS - for sale
cheap lat „ WRIABT.BArvErs.
Wellsboro, Juno 5,1887.
au 4.5 p
. 815 11 m
. 4.60 p
6.50 p m
1000 a at
8 00 a in
u.BO p m
.12 &L.' 11 SIU
.10.00 a tu
6.26 p m
. 7 C.O a In