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TFiFi NE w-TOnn TRIBUISiEI FOR
' Within the last eight years our coun
try has triumphantly passed through
the gravest and most trying perils
which have confronted her since her
Independence was acknowledged. She
has vintlicated.beyond appeal her right
to be regarded as on mere confederacy
or league of jealous, envious, digeordaut
States, but as substantially and per
manently a Nation, wherein the pre
tensions or no part can be admitted or
upheld in opposition to theintegrity,
the paramount authority, of the One
No great good is ever achieved with
out etibrtior without cost. Four years
of patriotic struggle and sacrifice, Halt
atlillion of men slain itt - battle or dy
ing of the privations and exposure of
War, 111illions of bereaved ones, Five
Billions of property destroyed, and
nearly Three Billions of Debt incurred,
attest the magnitude of the contest and
the unyielding valor of the combatants.
'At length, the smoke rise's from- the
hard-won field, shewiug that the last
intrenchment has, been Carried. The
election of Grant 4nd Colfaxgives as
surance that t4e \ Biorm is over--4thatlhe
Bow of Promilel arches the sky. /there
arc still obstacles to surtnount,,,Perils to
avert, noble ends to be achieved ; but
the ship of-State, has ridden out, the
tempest and bus filer haven full in view.
The seven States reconstructed under
the recent acts of Congresl will stand,
and will be followed by the three ( that
have hitherto stood aloof; the rights of
the Freedmen -Will be upheld and re
spected, and/ lin partial Su ilrage
throughout/the. land ; will soon plant
t.lient on /foundations that cannot be
Tln Tribune will contend, in the fu
ture its ins-,the past, for 'Universal Am
neSty as well as for linpartial Suffratre.
It has no faith in vengi a ice, in proscrip
. tion, in confiscation, nor in the °shut
ding of blood otherwise than in actual
and necessary war. '" There is a time
for War and a time for Peace ;" and the
latter follows swiftly on the heels of
the fcirmer, whenever those who
fought against the Union shall have in
good faith given up the contest
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A visitor" o a prison asked a prisoner
why ne ha( been sent there%
"For fals encouragement, " was the
" False encouragement! 'What do
" I encouraged one hundred and forty
three women to believe that, 1. was go
ing to marry them."
The thaw has caught cold.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13, 1869.
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We are obliged to Surveyor Cieyteral
Campbell for a copy of his An.mtal Re
for 1868. ~-
Also, to Mr. Wickersham; ,
preintendent of Sehohls,,for a copy of
his Annual Report f0r,1867-:--8.
Ttopublieans Have big to\ remember
that a desperate' attempt was made by
the Democratic leaders last year to car-
rupt t4 , election boards in certain dis
tricts4f this county, .autl they will at
once see that the approaching town
shipeleetione are of great importance.
We hope that every step necessary to
keep the control of the ballot-boxes in
the hands of Republicans wilt be taken.
There must be no unreliable men plac
ed in such positions. Be vigilant now
as if it were an election for Governor.
Take your best men, and go to the polls
with such force as to make a, contest
hopeless to ouf'opponents.
The political pottage has been cooked
and distributed at „Harrisburg, since
our last paper before this was made up.
Mr. John Clark, of Philadelphia, was
elected ~Speaker of the House,' without
a show of opposition. Mr. Clark is a
than of unbleMished integrity and fine
business abilities. and was no seeker
for the pOsition.' Mr. Strang withdrew
early from the cout)est, expressing him
self satisfied with '4r. Clark.
Jails Scope, of Huntingdon, was
nominated by acclamation for U. S.
Senator, Mes:4rs. Grow, Scofield, and
iNlourhead having withdrawn from the
contest. lqr. Scott is about 45 years of
age, has never been a politician, and
is in no sense of the term a office-seek
er. As a lawyer he occupies a first po
sition, having few equals, and fewer su
pet fors, in the State. his integrity hat
never been brought in question. lib.
political antecedents are Democratic.
be, like John Cessna, having attached
himself' to Lincoln's Administration
in the outset of the war. Like Cessna
he represents the Radical element, and
will 'heartily co-operate with Senator
CAMERON in the 'Senate. In common
with others who dei-ired Mr. Gtow':-
nomination and election, we regardeu
.3w:11 a result not only desirable but pol
itic; but if the place could not go to a
Northern Pennsylvanian We entire
ly satisfied with the result. Mr. Grow,
behaved handsomely throughout, and
collies out of the 6ontest without loss of
We received the Message too late to
publish it in full this week, and as the
'xt test thing to uo we . make a review'
of its leading features, its recommenda
tions, and the report on Pardons, ap
pended to the document. The paper
is rather more in detail than usual; a
very good fault indeed. It is also un
pretentious and replete with facts and
The receipts into the treasury, includ
ing a balance of $4,000,000, during 1808,
were $9, - 918,918,01. The'disbursements
during the fl.yeal year ending Nov. 30,
1868, •were, in gross, $8,903,492„64. Of
these disbursements $2,454,40,09 was
for the ordinary expenses of the Gov
ernment, and $4,417,4b3,64 in redemp
tion of the State debt. •Tho balance
was expended for interest on loans, ex
cept $41,032,00, which i represented de
preciated funds not available. The
balance In Sinking Fund is $934,032,76.
' , .ilie receipts into the •Fund during the
fiscal year were over $3,000,000, which,
with the balance of 1867, was used in
redemption of the deht. The half-mill
tax, created by act of May 1861, for:,the
purpose of redeeming i the war debt and
paying interest on the same, yielded
during the fiscal yeari5473,979,20. The
total reduction of the !State debt during
the two years and three months end
ing Nov. 30, 1868, w s $5,209,386,14.—:
This is an especially ratifying exhibit
of the financial management, and re
flects lasting credit upon the adminis
tration of Gov. Gea y and the State
officers who so ably ecoud his efforts
to lift the good old 'C mmon wealth out
of the slough of debt
The assets of the l Sinking Fund con
sist of bonds of the Pennsylvania
ktailroad ' Company, $6,400,000; 'and
bonds of the Philadelphia and Erie
Railroad Company, $3,300,000. These
uouds, bearing no in erest, Ole Govern
or r l ecumwends to be sold to the „high.
ek'bidder, and tile rocceds to be up-
Oiled to the liquida ion of the State
abt. As the bonds flu not mature for
aamy years, it is not] likely that :p1(1,)
bidder will offer more than the princi
pal less the interest 1 , 41 ti per cent. ti ib .
rou ti ted i for the lia4itice or the time
;hey have to rim. These bonds ought
not to be sold:for it le:s sum. It sold at
that figure the Stace '‘'ill lie the gainer
by stopping interek on so much of Ole
debt as the proceedsrvi/1 liquidate. But
vry much fear that no bidders ‘Oll
be found at even that price.
The pubpc.deht on the Ist day-Of De
cember 1867, was 37,704,449,77. (hi
Elie Ist day of Deceuiper 1808 it was
.$ 3 3,286,946,13. Of tliia sum, as stated,
almost 550,000 is depreciated funds,
which has been carried forward on tb
Treasurer's accounts or eighteen years.
The Governor recommends that the
Legislature appoint i l l Committee to ex
amine into these del reciatdd funds and
dispose of them to, the. best adVantage
-tor the treasury. He also recommends
that any surplus moneys in the treaB
ury be, applied to the liquigation of
portions of the debt/ from time to time,
and so stop the interest which would
have to be paid at maturity. This plan
seems to us, and wil strike the people,
-as wise and proper. Thera should be
no large balauea in the treasury, uuap
the debt can. be
!s, aid not cost too
.yer will be very
propriated. And I
paid before it rnat'ur
much, every 4ti.x-p
glad of it.
The Governor urgi
lature the absolute lit
Went in every' depar i )
eminent, as demand
4 itieration of public
tiodin measures of radical reform ; that
the money paid lute the treasury is
the property of the people, every one of
whom has a just right to hold his- rep
mentative. to a- strict accountability
for every dollar that may be appropria
ted or expeucled.",._ truer or.vaoretime-_
ly caution was never given ; and Gov
ernor.Ueary is justified in urging re
trenchment upon the Legislature,
which, in its haste, has not legislated
wisely in more respects than one. The
recommendation to greater deliberation
in the passage of the annual appropri
ation. bill deserves the braise of candor
and justice. 'rho Governor laSt year
requested titne to examine the general
appropriation bill before signing it, but
;is upon the Legis
ecessty of retrench
•ltwent of the Gov
ed by every con
policy anti politi-
cal integrity. He advert,: to the watch
fulteßs of the people, and says that
they are ever ready to strike down all
who Are not ready to tali° effective tie-
it was laid by until the very last hours
of the session, and delay would have
lost the wise and proper with the ex
travagant. He now repeats the request,
and we hope the Legislature will heed
The educational department is in a
highly prosperous condition. There
are 13,766 schools, 2,882 graded schools,
16,771 teachers, and 800,675 pupils. The
cost of tuition last year was $3,273,269,-
89, and the aggregate expenditures for
school purposes was $6,200,586,96. The
Governor recommends higher salaries
to teachers as tending to elevate the
standard of fitness.
There are four 'Normal Schools in op
eration, with 2,116 pupils; and two
more schools go into operation during
the current year. There are .3,431 pu
pils in the Soldier's Orphans' Schools,
at an average weekly expense per pu
pil of $2,65. The schools are -reported
in good condltioh and growing better.
The Agricultural College, located at
13ellefoilte, heretofore a failure, is now
believed - to be entering upon a success
ful career. It has been endowed with
the use of a fund-of $318,500,00, and is
to be managed by Hon. T. H. Burrows,
The Governor recommends the en-
actin t-of_. a Registry. Law for the pro
tection of the ballot-bolt. He allddes
to the defects In the law of last session,
causing it to be pronounced unconsti
tutional by the Supreme Court of the
State, and urges careful preparation in
the draft of another law.
In conclusion, the Governor congrat
ulates the people upon the settlement
of certain questions and their removal
from the arena of politics ; uporithe
election of Gen. Grant as confirming
the hopes of the nation's friends, and
the fears of its foes, ,supplementing, as
it does, the verdict of %Mr and the pro
gress.of republican principles, upon
the verdict pronounced for the payment
of the just debts of the nation in good
faith ; and upon the prospect of, protec
tion to home labor. "'To lessen the
burdens of the people, and to li;eep the
toipenses of the State as nearly' as pos
sible within the limits of its ;absolute
nee,eisities, will always be among the
chief objects of wise, and just legisla
tion." Such is the closing 'paragraph
of the Message, which will rank with
the first of Pennsylvania State papers
for wise recommendations RIM practical,
The wise heads are just now indulg
ing in a variety of speculative guesses
as to what Gen. Grant will do, who
will be in the Cabinet, etc. 'Hone thing
can be better known than another, then
it is entirely safe to say that nobody ex
cept Grant knows anything about it.
Some blunderhead is certain that Mc-
Clellan will be Secretary of War. Gen.
Grant is not likely to do that sort of
thing. All Speculations are idle. The
World's correspondent never had such
a conversation with Grant as that pa
per publishes. Gen. Grant has not yet
revealed himself to any man; not even
to - his best friends, .much less to a Bo
hemian without character or standing
among public men. The people may
rest satisfied with the indications to be
seen in Grant's public career, touching
his course as President. He is
wisest of his day and generation; and
while we do not look for a brilliant ad
ministration, we do expect a wise one
and a good one. .
Trial List for San, Term 1869.
Levi Furman vs. ()leo. Palmitor et al.
W. Y. Campbell vs. Morris twp.
Thomas Stone Jr. vs. Delmai twp.
J. W. Ritter vs. Addison Boyden.
Seth 0. Daggettvs. G. W. Barkeretal.
Thomas D.*Lee et al vs. Moses Lee.
H. J. Mowrey vs. Dan'l Mowrey et al.
C. F. Milter & T. Allen vs. Willcox
P. E. Kniffin vs. D. Benjaran et al.
T. B. Mitchell vs. Webb & Hastings.
Oscar Brace vs. Erastus Stanton.
C. D. Sill vs. A. L. S. Leach.
g ()Ts of Pie , h Ornursd Nosier nt Painted
I'in4 Mill.; noon:lndy no bond. at $O per
oo Aliro all kinds of Flour, Feed, at lowee(
'Will dull var. Fl or and, Feed at Tioga Depot,
c"rhibkt, lice of anyne
W. S. EIODG NI AN. &
.Tan 6th ISIIB-3mos. . Pointed Post.
Notice 4 hertLy given that the F:xccutors and
Adtainn,tratots, named bele,. have filed their
Accounts in the Registers Office for Tiogn. Co.,
Pennsylvania, and that the said Accounts will
be presented to the Orphans Court, fur said
C..u»ty, aqa session of said Court, to ho held
in IVellsburo, on Monday, thu 25 day of Janu
ary, ISO, at two o'clock P. M., for confirma
tion and allowance.
Account of John W. Gurnsey, Administrator
of the Estate of Daniel Lamb, late of Rich
mond Tsvp., deceased.
Account of Harriet Bird, Administratrix o
the F.,,tate of Gatos Bird, late of Jackson Twp.
Account of Jas 13. Jaquish, Administrator
cum testament° annex° of the Estateof Joseph
Jaquitdi, late of Covington Twp., deceased.
IVelLboro, Pa., December :ioth 1868.-4 w.
D. L. DEANE, Register.
Wood Makes Plo,tures
Cheaper than nny other Gallery in Tioga Co.,
All Styles of work. Call and see for yourself.
Do you want to save money
Go to Wood's Gallery for your PictureF,
Frames, end Casez., it will cost you
nothing to enquire his prices.
Wellsboro, Jan. 13,1869.-0.
HIS is to give notice: That the un-
J, • dersigned will sell at Dublic sale,
at his office in Wl:disbar°, Pa. on Saturday the
6th day of February next 1869 at 2 o'clock P M.
the notes debts and accounts which canto, to his
hands us assignee of Massona Dullard of We/la
born, Pa. Bankrupt, by virtue of an order df
Court for the purpose.
JOII I. MITCHELL, '
Wollsboro, Anuary,l3 .1869-2 we.
BY VIRTUE OF sundry writs of Field Fa
ciao, Lavari Facies, and Venditioni Expenas,
sued out of the Court of Common Ploas of Ti
ogu county, and to mo directed, will expose to
public sale, to the highest rind best bidder, at
the Court House in Wellsboro, on Monday,,ho
'2sth day of January 1869, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
the following described property, viz:
A lot of land in Deerfield, township, bounded
north by highway, M. V. Purple, "J. R. Payne,
and Aaa Verne', wost by Hiram Gilbert, south
by Cowanesquo river, and oast by highway,- con
taining 7 acres more or loss, all improved, "with
fruit trees thereon
ALso—another lot bounded north by J. G.
Seeley and John Carper; west by lliram Gilbert,
z.outti by Ira Wagoner and M. V. Purple and
highway, and east by W. J. Knox, containing 54
acres more or less, about 25 mires improved, I
frame dwelling house, 1 frame barn,
Knoxville driving park thereon. To bo sold as
the property of Caleb Short. suit of Henry Bald
ALso—another lot of land In Middlebury,
bounded north by G. W. Ilymes, east by V. B.
Holiday and Wm. K. Mitchol, south 'by highway,
and west by Daniel Holiday, containing two
acres more or less, with frame house, frame barn,
and apple orchard thereon. To be sold as the
property of P. 11. Blanchard, suit of Jacob
At.so—a lot of land in Elkland, libundod north
by Joel Parkhurst, east by F. G. Loveland, south
by Main street and west by Buffalo street, con
taining acre more or less, ' , with a large three
story frame hotel and fraine barn and other
outbuildings thereon: To bei sold as the proper
ty of Peter Duvall, suit of John B. Westlake.
ALso—a lot of land in Lawrence township,
bounded as follows : beginning at a point in the
road on the east side of the Tioga river at the
corner of the road leading,to Caton and the south
west corner of land of Jefferson Jr. Warren Niles,
thence along said Niles south seventy-eight and
one-half degrees 88 rods and 88-100 of a rod,
thence south 761 deg. east 14 5-10 rods, thence
north 87 dog. east 7 rods to lands of A. P. Red
eker, thence along lands of said Redeker 'north
82i dog. east 12 6-10 rods to a post) thence south
12i deg. west 69 rods to lands of ono Bostwick,
thence along said Bostwick north 75 dog. west 80
rods to the said road on the east side of the Tib
ga river, thence along said road north 25 deg.
cast 51 rode and 5 10 of a rod to the place of
beginning. Containing 26 acres be the same
more or less, 'about 20 acres improved; frame
house, frame barn and apple orchard thereon.
To be sold as the property of Hugh .T. Bonn, suit
of George Dusonbury.
Atso—a lot of land in Nelson township, boun
ded north by Cowan esquo river, cast by Jesse
Howe aad Harris Ryon. south by Bingham lands
in possession Of Benj. Powers and John Ham
mond, and west by John Hammond, containing
400 acres m'ore or less, about 90 acres improved,
two frame' (houses, one frame barn and shed,
frame corn house, and other outbuildings and
apple orchWrd l thereen. To bo sold as the prop-
arty of Perry Dailey, snit of J. S. Flanagin and
Geo. W. Flanagin.
Atso—a lot of land in Charleston township,
bounded north by Angovine Lake. east by Dar
win Thompson and George Rabb, south by Al
den Popo, and west by M. M. Converse, contain
ing 50 acres more or less, about 25 acres im
proved, frame house and other outbuildings and
:ippie orchard thereon. To'be sold as the prop
erty of William Morse, suit of C. 11. Marks.
At.soa lot of land in Middlebtiry and Chat
ham towni,bips, bounded on the north by Bing
ham lands, east by lands in possession of G W
Foster, south by same and Visehor ,L- Randall,
and west by landi in possession of G W Foster,
containing 407 acres and 48 perches—Crandall
and Emery, warrantees:
ALso—anotber lot of land in Middlebniy
towubhip, buuudod north by Muds in possossion
f G W Foster, Aaast by Visoher Sc Randall, south
, by said IV Faster, and west by Visaber ct
Randall, containing 411 acres and 8 perches—
deo IV Wood, warrantee:
ALso—Another lot in Middlebury and Chat
lihru townships, bounded north by lands in pos-
session of G. W. Fostor & Viseher Jr, Randall,
east by same, south by lands in possession of G.
W. Foster and west by sameand Robert Morris,
warrant N 0.4072, containing 409 acres and 91
perches—Samuel King, warrantee:
Also—another lot of 'land in Chatham town
slikp bounded onlhoitorth by Robe. Morris,
warrant No. 4072 and lands in possessions of
fl. W. Foster, cast by lands in possession of G.
\V. Poster, south by lands of Phelps & Dodge,
and west by lands in possessions of G. W. Fos
ter—lsaac A. Crandall, warrantee, containing
124 acres and 52 perches:
Atso—another lot of land in Middlebury nuil
Chatham townships, iniunded north by lands in
possession of G. W. Foskr, cast by the• saute,
south by Phelps ,oh. Dodge, and west by lands in
possession of G. W. Foster—Joseph 'E. Lyon
a suiv-mill 6 frame
houses, 3 frame barns,- I frame store IMuse, 1
frame blacksmith shop and other outbuildings
and a few fruit trees thereon :
ALao—another lot of land in Middlebury town
ship, bounded north by lands in possession of
G. W. Foster end Vischer & Randall, east by
Vischer & Randall and south S, west by lands in
possession of G. W. Foster—John Luchsiger,
warrantee—containing 423 acres an 443 perches:
Also—another lot of land in Middlebury town
ship, bounded north east and west by lands in
possession of G. W. Foster and south by lands
of Phelps Dodge & Co.—T. A. Baldwin, war
rantee—containing 04 acres with about 50 acres
improved, more or loss with apple orchard there
ALso—another lot of land in Chatham town
ship, bounded north by Robt. Morris warrant
No. 4072, east by lands in possession of G. W.
Foster, south by James Wilson warrant No. 4403
and west by A. C. Crandall warrant, containing
.417 acres and 30 porcbds—Jonathan Waters
warrantee. To be sold ne the. property of A. 11.
Foster, suit of Sally Woodfield et al.
ALso—another lot of land situated in Union
township, Tioga County Pa., being part of war
rant N 0.4008, adjoining lands of Miller tt Mur
ray and warrant No. 4612, containing 393 acres
and 148 perches and allowance, beginning eta
post in the fork formed by the confluence of the
Roaring Branch (so called) with Lycoming Creek,
thence west by land of said Miller ,t Murray 140
perches to a post corner, the S. west corner of
warrant No. 4608 John Vaughn warrantee of
whicl? the land herein described is a part, thence
north; partly by laud of Miller do Murray and
partly by No. 4012 John Vaghn warrantee 288
perchers to a hemtock tree marked as a corner,
thence east by land of warrant No. 4668, 280
perchers to a hemlock stump marked for a cor
ner, thence south by land as last described 100
perches to a post corner, thence south-west by
the various courses of Lycoming Creek which is
the eastern boundary lino of tho warrant of
which the land now described is a part by the
following c onses, south 51 degrees west 28 perch
es, thence south 6 deg. west 30 porches,
south 60 west 40 porches, thence south 32 west
145 perches to the post corner the place of be
ginning, being the same land mentioned and de
scribed in a Deed from John Harcourt 'Powell
to John Green. dated Sept. 24, 1832, recorded in
Tiogn Co. same day in Deed book 10, page 233,
excepting, out of the same 44 acres and 145
perches conveyed by'John 'Green to Merrick
Crandall, and about 10 acres sold by said Orem:
to A. N. Derby :
A Lso—another lot of land situated in Union
township Tioga County Pa., containing 300 acres
hung part of an original survey made,klytvirtue
of a warrant No. 4612, granted to JohnTaughn
Esq., and being the same land mentioned and
described in a certain article of agreement dat
ed the 17th day of 'November 1841, between
John Harcourt rowel' by his Att'y in fact, John
Norris nod the said John Green, beginning at a
-roue heap the south east corner of warrant
4612, thence north by the eastern boundary line
~aid warrant 4612, and by other lands ofJohn
Greeu 251 a perches to a hemlock, thence west
191 perches to a beech, thence South 251 k rods
to a post in the warrant line, thence east along the
warrant lino 190 porches to the place of begin
ning, being part of warrant 4612 John Vaughn
warrantee—About 20 acres improved more or
less. fratno house, frame barn, and apple orchard
thereon. To be sold as the property of: John
Green Executor, suit of E. A. Bringham, Ad.
miniatrator of Archibald Robertson.
Al,Bo—another lot of lantrin Richmond ttvp.,
bounded north and south by the estate formerly
of Daniel Lamb, deceased, east by highway and
west by ,God Lamb—Containing acres more or
less, with a frame house, frame barn, and a few
fruit trees thereon. To ho sold as the property
of Silas Allis, suit of Elizabeth Bennett and
ALSO—a lot of land in Mainsburg Be l mugh,
bounded north by highway, east by . Corey iCreek,
and B Strong, south by E A Fish and, Peldg,
Doud, and west by Myron and George Ruobsey—
containing 2 acres, snore or less, with_ frame
house, tramp barn , and a few fruit trees tipteon.
To be sold es the property of W 11 Ruth* &
J B Austin, suit of Art° mus Rumsey.
ALso—a lot of land in Delmar township, boun
ded north by William Smith, east by Lewis
Hastings, south by Charles Scars, and west by
hinds in possession of Robert Francis, Jr.—con.
taining 50 acres more or less, about 25 acres im
proved, frame house, log barn, and a few fruit
trees thereon. To be Bold as the property of
Jacob Naval & Margaret NaFil, suit of Hiram
ALso—a lot . of land in Richmond township,
bounded north by John Waters and John Van
Ness, cast by Harvey Horton and Thadius
Welch, formerly Krons Bailey lot, south by Jas.
Amoy, and west by Jienry Van Ness and A.
Austin, containing 51 acres more or 108 E, about
25 acres improved, with log house, log barn and
apple orchard thereon. To be sold as the prop.
erty ofJoseph Rouse, suit of John Benson.
itt.so —a lot of land in Blosaburge hounded
north by Patrick Barman, east by Corning and
Blossburg R. R., south by highway and west by
Charles Evans, Bensinger Bro s and Jas. Mitch
ell, containing acre more or less, with frame
house and frame barn thereon. To be told as
the p r roperty of Sarah K. Everitt, suit of J P do
WHodgman tic Co.
Arse—a lot of land in Middlebury township.
briondcd north by highway, east by Daniel
White, south by Daniel White and John Reding,
ton, and wort by John Redington, containing (I
acre more or less, with - a' frame store 'house and
a few fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the
property, of Benjamin Donn, suit of H J Grant.*
A.t.soL-another lot in Charlonten townahl'p,
.bounded as follows: north by 'Kilmer Ingrick
and J. J. Neal, east by Adolphus Eaton, south
by Pitts, and west by John Neal and
George Collins—containing 85 acres more' or
less, with abciut fifty acres improved, 1 franis
house, with log attachment, 1 frame barn, 1 to
barn, 1 frame granary and apple orchard and
other fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the prop
erty of R. K, Brundage, and Lymon Wetmore,
suit of William P. Shumway, Agnes Green, and
George Green, Executors..
Jan. 6,1869. JEROME B. POTTER, Sheriff.
HARDWARE AND STOVES 1
CONYERS & OSGOOD
lIAVE on band and are constantly receiving
every article needod In tide region of country,
SHELF HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
NAILS, MIDDLETOWN AND
ELMIRA SAWS, ROPE, -
Cooking, Self-Regulators and Coal
and the justly eelebrard
AMERICAN COOK NTOVB,
ON 111 E
HUMANITY PRINCIPLE, •
No paths will be spared to meet the wants of
CONVERS ..4. OSGOOD.
Wellabor°, Jan. a, 1869, ly.
THIS 13 to give notice; That on the 26th day of De
camber, A. D. 1888, a warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued against the estate of John B. Berm of Clymer
township, in the county of Tioga and State of Penn
sylvania, who has been adjudged aßankrupt on his
own-petition; that the payment of any debts and de
livery ofany property belonging to such Bankrupt, to
him,.or for his use, and the transfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their, debts,
and to choose one or more Assignees of his estate, will
be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the
Office of F. E. Smith, in Tiogo. Boro, Pa., before B. B.
Smith, Register, on the 20th day of February, A. D.,
1869 at 10 o'clock ! A. M. THOMAS A. ROWLEY,
U. S. Marshal Western District, Pa.
3an.18, 'BO ' Por DAVID CAMERON, Dep'y.
WEI'S is to give notice: That the 24th day of Do.
J. comber, A. D./808,a warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued egainet the estate of Hozeklah Stowell,/ Jr., of
Welleboro, in the county of Tina and State of Pansy!.
yenta, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his
own petition; that the payment= of any debta and de-
livery of any property belonging to such "Bankrupt, to
him, or for his nee, and the transfer of any property by
him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the credi
tors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to
choose one or more' Assignees of his estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the
office of F. E. Smith, in Tioga Boro, Pa., before F. F.
Smith, Register, on the 20th day of February A. D.
at 10 o'clock. A. M. THOMAS A. ROWLBY,
O. EL Marshal Western District, Pa.
Per DAIIID CAMERON, DOV 3-.
Is gained over the Tooth-ache and the pain o
Extracting, by tho use of .
NITROUS OXIDE GAS,
so proved by scores of testimonials at the Den
tai Ofneo of
A. B. EASTMAN.
OP Call and booonvinood. Noy. 26.
APPLICATIONS 'FOR LICENSE.—Notice
is hereby given that the following named
persons have made applications for Tavern Li
censes and Eating . House Licenses, and that the
same bo presented to thO' Court of Quarter
Sessions the 25th day of Jan. inst., "at two o'-
clock P. M., when all interested may attend if
they think proper.
TIOVBES OF ENTERTAINMENT.
Bepj. & A. W. Potter, Middlebury.
D D Holiday, Wellsboro.*
Minor Watkins, t , r
J 0 Pine, Covington Bora.*
W L Thomas, Ward. •
George Crist, Morris.*
John Rodington, Middlebury.
James J. Martin, Ofeeola.*
G 8 Parsons, CharlesA.* [,
Michael Kelley„ Bios .
M. D. Cass, Deerfiel .*
George Close, Westfield Borough.*
H. C. 'Fermi[yea, Gaines.*
S. W. Reynolds, Jackson.*
Thomas Graves, Covington Borough.
John Van Ostin, Tloga.
J. A. Martin, Bloss. .
Jan. 6, '69 J. F. DONALDSON, Proth'y
ALL persona indebted to us, will please call
and settle at once—or we shall be obliged
to make costs.
WRIGRT (lc BAILEY.
Wellsboro, Jan. 6,1869-3 t
F A ANI A E S E T , b a it;, ,it
g a ana d a
d h e a r: i 3 i r a o u a g a l s fianadyC
people Say that coarse ground Plaster had its play
On band you'll find a plenty here,
Come one and all both far and near,
To C. 11. OWENS' Mill, Mansfield, Pa.
Price $8 per ton. Jan. 6, 1969,
Atlantic and Great Western
THE GREAT BROAD GUAGE ROUTE
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, CHICAGO,
NTILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL,
And to all Points in the WEST and NORTH-WEST
Dayton, Cincinnati, Louis-
VILLE, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY, MEMPHIS, NEW
And all points in 6.e South A: Southwest, with
No Change of Coaches
TO CLEVELAND OR CINCINNATI,,
From any point on the Erie Railway. An ad-
vantage and convenience not offered by any
3 THROUGH LIGHTNING EXPRESS TRAINS
Baggage Checked Through, and No CHANGE
from one car to another, preventing loss or dam
Tickets via thiti popular route can bo procured
at all offices on the line oflthe Erie Railway, and
BEERS & ABBOTT,
OPPOSIT DEPOT EMMA.
When purchasing ask the Agent for Tickets
via the ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN
W. B. SHATTIIC,
Gen. Zloket and Pass. Ag't, Cleveland, 0.
L. D. BUCKER,
Jan. 6, '69. Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa.
Letters of Administration, having been gran
ted to • the undersigned upon the Estate of
Joseph Gee, of Middlebury, doc'd., all peasons
indebted .to the said Estate, and all having
claim against the same, will call and settle
with LAVINA GEE,
Middlebury, Jan. 6,1888.-4 w. Achniniatratrix
In Liv oree
TO Elizabeth Westlako: Take ,notice .that
John A. Westlake, your husband, has ap
plied to the Court of Common Pleas of Tioga
County fora divorce from the bonds of matri
mony, and that the said Ccitirt hair appOlefed
Monday, January 2,A, 1869, at the Court• House,
Welishore,tas the time and place of hearing the
raid applicant in the premises, on which occa
sion you can attend if you think proper. ---- -
JEROME B. POTTER, Sheriff.
MBE undersigned having been appointed by
the Court,. Auditor to distribute, the money
arising from the sale of the reel estate of Wm.
B. Middaugh and Thurmon Pattison, will attend
to the duties pf his appointment on Saturday the
-23d day of gfenuary next; at 1 o'clock, P. M.!,
of said day, at, his office in•the Borough oflioga, : i
at which titno and place all persons interested
will ploase take notice.
• Jan. 6, 1868. JOIIN W. GUERNSEY.
lETTERS of Administration having been
a granted to the undersigned upon the estate
of Albert Sawyer, late of Gaines, deceased, all
persons indebted to said estate, or claiming
against the same will settle with
Gaines, Deo. 2, 1888-60 A dm'rx.
Tundersigned, appointed by the
Orphan's Court of Tioga County, an Auditor
to mijust and settle the account of Sybil Price
and4ra M. Edgeomb administrators of the es.
tate Of Phineas Price, late of said county, deo'd,
will attend to the unties of his appointment on
Thursday, Jan. 21st, 1869, at 12 o'clock, noon,
at his offico in Knoxville, Pa., when and: where
all persons can attend if tboy think proper.
Jan. 6, 1889-Bw. C..W. BEACH, Auditor.
TN the Distrlet Court of U. S. Western Dist, of
Penns, la the matter of MASSENA BUL
LARD, ft Bankrupt under the Act of Congress of
March 2d, 1887, having applied for a (Recharge
from all his debts, and other claims provable
under said Act, by order or the Court, notice is
hereby given, to all persons who have proved
their debts, and other persons interested. to ap
pear on the 27th day of January 1869, at 10 o'-
clock, A. M., before P. E. Smith, Esq, Register
in Bankruptcy, at his office in Tioga, Pa., to
show cause if any they have, why a discharge
should not be granted to the said Bankrupt.--
And further, notice is hereby given, that the 2d
waft 3d meetings of Creditors of the said Bank
rupt, required by the 27th and 28th Sections of
said Act, will be held before:the said Register, at
the same time and place.
Jan. 6, '69.-2w. S. C. MoCANDLESS, Cl'k.
me Min - or Cook : Take notice, that Mary Ann
Cook, your wife,.by her next friend, B.R.
Bailey, has applied to the Court of Semmon
Pleas of Tiege. County for a ditiorca from the
bonds of matrimony, and that the said Court has
appointed Monday, January 2btb, 1869, at the
Court House, W.eltsboro, as the tiine and place of
hearing the said applicant in the' promises, on
which occasion you can attend if you think
proper. JEROME B. POTTER, Sheriff. :
Jan. 6, 1869.
fjlo Mary W. Brown : Take notice, that Ed
winl. C. Brown, your husband has applied to
the Court of Common Pleas of Vega County for
a divorce from thesbonds of Matrimony, and that
the said Court has appointed Monday, January
25th, 1869, at the Court House, Wellsboro, as
the time and place of hearing the said applicant
in the promises, on which occasion you can at
tend if you think proper. -
JEROME B. POTTER, Sheriff.
Jan. 6, 1869.
N, THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UN.
led States, for the Western District of Penn-
A. J. Smith, a bankrupt under the act of
Congress of March 2,1867, haying applied for a
discharge from all his debts, and other claims
provable under said aot, by order of the Court,
notice is hereby given to all creditors who `have
prowea tuv.. ...1A.... T....n0t illtetotatoti,
to appear on the 27th day of Jan., 1869, at ten
o'clock A. M., before F. R. Smith, Esq., Register,
at his aloe in Tioga, Pa., to show cause, if any
they have, why a diseharge should not begrantod
to the said bankrupt: And further, notice is
hereby given that the second and third meetings
of creditors of the said bankrupt, required by the
27th and 28th sections of said net, will be bad be
fore said Register, at the same time and place.
S. C. M'CANDLESS, Clerk
of U. S. District Court for said District.
Jan. 6,1.889-2 t
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UM
ted States for the Western District of Pennsyl•
HENRY P. YEOMAMS, a bankrupt
under the act of Congress of March 2, 1867, having
applied for a discharge from all his debts, Is other
claims provable-under said not, by order of the
Court, notice is hereby.given to all creditors who
have proved their debts, and other persons inter
ested, to appear the 27th day of Jan., 1869, at 10
o'clock, A. M., before F. E, Smith, Esq., Regis
ter, at his office in Tioga, Pa., to show cause, if
any they have, why a discharge should not be
granted to the said bankrupts. And further, no
tice is hereby given, that the third meeting of
creditors of the said bankrupt, required by the 27
le 28th section of said act, will be had before said
Register, at the same time and place.
S. C. M'CANDLESS, Clerk
of U. S. District Court for said District.
Jan. 6,1869-2 t.
Western District of Pennsylvania, as:
To whom it may concern : 'The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment as
assignee of Ensile J. Purple, of Wellsboro, in
the County of Tioga, a d State of Pennsylvania,
within said Distriot ho has bean adjudged a
Bankrupt upon his o n petition by .the District
Court of said District.
MORT MDR F. ELLIOTT,
Wellsboro, Jane 6,1869-3 t Assignee.
TN the DISTRICT COURT of the U. S., for
the Western District of Pennsylvania:
Joseph S. Childs, a bankrupt under the Act of
Congress of March 2, 1867, having applied for a
discharge from all hie debts, and other claims
provable under said Aet, by order of the Court,
NotiCe is hereby given to all persons who have
proved their debts, and other persons interested
to appear on the 27th day of January, 1869, at
10 o'clock, a. in., before P. E, Smith, esq., Reg
ister, at his office in Tioga, Pa., to show cause,
if any they have, why a discharge should not
be granted the- said bankrupt. And further no
tice is hereby given that the 2d and 3d meetings
of creditors of said bankrupt, required by the
27th and 28th sections of said Act, will be held
before the said Register at the same time and
Jan. 6,1869-2 t Clerk.
TN thd DISTRICT COURT of U. S., for
the Western Diatrict of Pennayfvanio.:
C. 11. Bartlett, a bankrupt under the Act of
Congress of March 2, 1867, having applied for
a discharge from all his debts, and other claims
provable under said Act, by order of the Court,
notico is hereby given to all persons who have
proved their debts, and other persons interested,
to appear on the 27th day of Jan. 1889. at 10
o'clock, a. m., before F. B. Smith, esq., Regis
ter, at hts office in Tioga, Pa., to show cause If
any they have, why a discharge should not bo
granted to said bankrupt. And further notico is
hereby given that the 2d and 8d meetings of
creditors of said bankrupt required by 27,th and
28th sections of said Act, will be held before
.said Register at the same time and place.
Jan. 6, '69-2t S. C. MoCANDLESS, Cl'k.
IN the DIST. COUPT of tho U. S., for the
Western District of-Pennsylvania:
Elisha J. Purple, a bankrupt under the Act of
Congress of 111aroh 2. 1867, having applied for a
discharge front all his debts, and other claims
provable uader i said Act, by order of tho Court,
notice is hereby given to all persons who have
proved their debts. and other persons interested,
to appear on the 27th day of Jan. 1869, at 10
o'clock a. in., before F. E. Smith, esq. Register,
at his office in Tioga, to show cause, if any they
have, why a discharge should not be granted to
said bankrupt. And further notice is hereby
given that the second and third meetings of cre
ditors of said bankrupt required by the 27th 14
28th seotions of said . Act, will bo hold before
said Register, a t same time and place.
Jan. 6, '69-2t S. 0. MoCANDLESS, Cl'k.
LETTERS TESTMENARY having been is
sued to the undersigned upon the lan will
and testament of Levi I. Nichols, late of Wells
boro, dee'd, all persons Indebted to, or claiming
against said estate, are required to settle with
11. W. 'WILLIAMS,
Wellsboro, Dec. 23,1868-7t*
Fresh Goods Received. Weekly,
MOM 4.1113/ .01E0no
fats and Caps.
Be it romenabored, that
Converse & Osgood
keep constantly on band a Largo stock of general
GOODS AS REPRESENTED. NOT
TO BE UNDERSOLD
inn. 6,1868.4 y. CONVERSE It OSGOOD
January 1869 has Arrived,
also a good fresh stook of
all shades and colors, "from the boat XXX,[to the
cheapest," MAO per barrel,]
MEAL, FEED, PORK, FISH, SALT, &0.,
all of which I amnowoffering at the lowest liv
ing pries for Cash, or in exchange for most
kinds of country produce; besides I offer cash
for the last named.
Cash Buyers will find it to their advantage to
givo me a. call.
N. B.—My Books - are full—can't 'CI - tenon
any more." Remember, Mozart Block.
Wellsboro, Jan. 6,1869. M. B. PRINCE,
ANOTHER LARGE LOT OF
Furs ! Furs! • Furs! ,Furs!
just received at
Delman° OE lOW's,.
bought sines the Holidays. Now is the time to
buy F'Ult3 cheap; also,
CLOTHING & CLOTHS
and an kinds of
DELANO do CO.
KEYSTONE STOAE T.
No. 1 Alain Street, Brellsbaro,iPa.,
Bullard & CO"
Hold forth Daily to crowds of customers, deal
ing out the finest and completest assortment of
BOOTS & S)foEh, HATS & CAPS,
and FURS and
BARGAINS IN CROCId'RY.
Walk in miles, and examine Our stock. .It
will pay to o so. Our goods are selected with
Nov. 18, l 8 88—Om. BULLARD ,t CO.
Pay Up g .
ALL persons indebted to the lubscriber aro
requested to call and settle at once, or costs
will be'rnade. Take notice.,
Jan. 6, 1868.—St. GEO. WAGONER.
500 Tons Cayuga Plaster.
- v ow. is your time for Cayuga Plaster while
the roads are good. We have plenty on
hand. T. L. 'BALDWIN d CO.
Tioga, Jan. 0,1868.---4 w.
a - ROBE FOR SALE.-An excel
-1.0 lent two-horse Pleasure Sleigh, and a very
good Boar.Sitin Robe ; will be sold on long cred
it, if desired, the security being satisfactory,
Enquire at the Bingham Office.
Wellsboro, Dee. 10, '6S-its•
SSRAYED from the Undersigned in Morris
Run, Nov. 12, ono small red cow about nine
years old, hump buck, large bug and teats, horns
pretty well spread; any person giving informs tion
of her will be suitably rewarded by the subs( rib..
or at Morris Run. FRANK JAQUET.
THE undersigned, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Tioga county, an auditor to adjust
and settle the account of Elmer Seeley, Exec.
utor of Elo.uson Seeley, lato of eaid county, dcc.
will attend to the duties of his appointment on
Friday, January 22, I SO, nt 1 o'clock p. iu., at
the hotel ,at Academy Corners, In Knoxville,
when and where all interested in said emuto can
attend if they think proper. W. H. SMITII.r .
Dec. 23,181)9-3t Auditor.
THE GRAND PRIZE
Paris Exposition Universelle.
Amerloan Pianos Triumphant
OVER ALL THE -WORLD.
Miss 31. 11. TODD, Agent.
Doe. 23, 1868. Weßebore, Pa
' Administrator's Notioe.
LETTERS of Administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon the es.
tate of Robert Martin, late of Delmar doo'd, all
persons owing said estate, or claiming against
the same, will settle with J 2 4 ,70. ENGLISH,
Delmar, Dee. 9,1888-6 w. Admr.
Jo A. t, & Co.,
Fine Freooh 36ferInos, yard - wide, all col's 75 ate.
Fine Empress Cloths, double fold, " 75 "
2,000 yards handsome Dress Goods, oortsliting of
Strips, Alpacas do Br!Mantes, at 25 to 3li ets,
worth 3 and 4s.
Heavy winter Woolen Double Shams $3,60 to $5.
Beaver Clorklngs, black and col'd, $2,50 to $3,75
Ladies' Furs, collars 4:4. muffs, Sti $0,50 per sett
Red twilled Flannels, at 311 cents.
Grey Twilled Flannels at 311 cents.
Fancy Shirting Flannels, 26 to 373 cents.
All Wool Casstmeree, $l. . .
Prints 6/ 10, and 12 , } cents.
Sbeetings 124 cents. Canton Flannels, 182 to
BOOTS & SHOES.
Men's Double sole &owl Boots, custom made, FA
Women's Kip Shoos, sl,bo.
Women's calf Delmore's, betoustore:makelS2,2s
Also a largo stook of
at 11:1U011 less than the cost of getting them up.
We have made these extra inducements lei pr.
der to get our stock largely reduoed by Jan. lit,
1864, and intend lo make clean work of it, if low
prices will make quick sales. Call anti Feeler
T. A. PARSONS & CO.
Corning, Oct. 14, 2668
Administrator's l Notiee.
JETTERS of Administration having been
granted upon the estate of Thomas Marlin,
Late of Delmar deed, ull persona owing againet
the estate, or elaiming against the same, must
settle with • - JOHN ENGLISH,
Delmar, Dee. 9,186 S—Ow. o Man
20 1 000 Pounds of Good Butter wanted
for which I will pay 45 cents in
trade a t my Store. C. L. WILLCOX.
Wellabor°, Nov. 23, MB.
Farm for Sale.
ITUATED on Elk Run, Gaines township,
ioontaining 125 nom, 50 acres improved.—
Said . farm is well watered, has a frame house and
barn and a choice apple orchard, and is well
adapted to dairying purposes. Title good and
terms easy. Inquire of Wm. H. Smith, Wells.
L. L. RUSSELL, Delmar
House and Lot for Sale.
T OT large, house commodious and con;enient,
will be sold cheap for ready pay.
Also, a Horse, Buggy, Cutter, Harness cod
Buffalo—all in good condition—for salo cheap.
For particulars, inquire at this aloe.
LETTERS of Administration having been
granted upon the Estate of S. D. Stand,
of Lycoming Co., deo'd, all persons having claims
against or owitig the same are requested to call
and settle with , C. W. SMEAD,
Delmar Nov. 18,1668-6 w." Adm'r.
IF YOU WANT
AGOOD JOB of work clone on Clocks, Watch
83 or Jewelry, go to
Sept. 2,1868. I. M. WARRINER.
- SPECIAL •NOTICE.
•TILE beet assortment of
Teeth, and largest vari
ety of different kinds of
Plales as well as the
- best operations of Fill
ing and EXTRACTING
TEETH may bo had
at the new Dental Office. Nitrous Oxide Gas
given for extracting, which gives pleasant dreams
instead tv pain. Also, Narcotic Spray. Ether
and Chlkefortn administered when desired.--
Prices as low as can bo found elsewhere . All
work done promptly and warranted.
Call and see specimens. Remember the place.
A. B. EASTMAN,
May 6, 1868. No. 13, Main St.
- Valuable Earn for Sale.
Afarm of three hundred acres, with two hun
dred and twenty-five ace improv.ed•
uuted two miles north of Timtit Village, on the
Tioga it;ver rvnd littilroed. Well wattter,ed , 110-
'der a goad state tsf cultivation, anti good build
ings. Also four houses arid lets for sale in Tioga
village: T. L. - TALDW IN.
Thies, Feb. 12, IStl3-t f.
LETTERS of Adwinistrotlon on the estate of
Lysander ziCott, rota of Charleston twp, do.
coa,ed, having been granted to the under:ol;ra
ail persons on,b,g said estate, 111111 all baying
Halals against the - sumo are hereby netifled to
call for ~00lument on ZYLP-11A SCOTT,
Charleston, Dee. 2; ISC,S , Adni'.l.
A LOT' OF •
rpm best 8 clay Clocks ever A :thldin Tioga . CO
can be found at
Sept. 2, 18133.—tf
SALT can ho had in any quantity at
WICKHAM S FARR'B.
PLoga Juno.a,, 1888.
A LOT of tho latest styles of new Jewelry
just reoeived at
'Aug. 2, 'BS
OS. L. Plank : Take notice that
A,nuauda Plank, your wife, has ap
piled to the Court of Common Pleas at Tiega
County for a divorce from the bonds of matri
mony, and that the said Court has appointed
.Monday, January 25, 18139, at tho Court noose,
Wollsboro, as the time and place of hearing the
said applicant in tho'promisys, on which gross
tOn you can attend if you think proper.
JEROMEi B. POTTER, Rh if.
t Jan. 0, 1869. II
I. N. WARRINER.