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A Naughty Little Girl's Views of Life,
I'm only a little girl,. but I think I
have as much right - to say what I want
to about things as a boy. I hate boys
they're so mean ; they always grab all
the strawberries at the dinner table,
and never tell us where they are, going
to have any fun.. Only I like Gus Rog
ers. The other day Gus told rue he was
going to let off some fireworks ;• and he'
let Bessie Nettle and me go and look at
them. - All of us live in, a hotel, and
1)18 mother's room has a window with a
balcony. His Mother was going out to
buy sera's. Crane do lie- to put On her
face, and he'd went and get eleven boxes'
of tacit& matches, and ever SO many
pieces of castilesoap; he steeled them
from the housekeeper. Just when she
went to put them in the clo4et, Gus
Weitt, and told her Mrs Nettle wanted
her' a minute, and while she was gone
he grabbed the soap and matches, and
when she come back he watched her
and she got real mad, and she seolded
Della (tins is the chambermaid), and
said slie knowed she did it, and I was
real glad, because when I Was turning
aowersets on my mother's bed the oth
er deylDella slapped ate, and said she
wasn't going to make the bed two times
to please me ; then Bessie and me
Vicked . the matches in the soap like
ten-pins, and Gus tired then ant', and
they. blazed like anything, And they
made an awful smell, and Gus went and'
turned a little gas on lo's his mother
would think it was that.
We got our dinner with the nurses,
•'eaus the man that keeps the hotel
charges full' price for the children if
they sit at the table in the dining room.
Once my mother let me go duvet' with
her, arid I talked a heap at the table,
and a gentleman that sat ne4t, to us
said, "Little girls should be skew and
not heard." The mean old thyug died
last, week,, trod I was real glad, and I
- told Della so, and she sitid quit if I
went and said things like, that, I
couldn't go to Heaven. .uch she
knows about it; and I wouldn't want
to go if dirty things like she went there,
Yesteiday Mary, our nurse; told Bessie,
Nettie's nurse, that she heard* Larry
Finnegan was uoing to marry• her.
Larry is one of the waiters, and he
saves candies for me from the big dining
room ; and Bessie Nettle's nurse, said;
"Oh ' 'Lord ! what a lie !" and Bessie
• Nettle went into her mother's reom,
and her little brother said she nipped
him, and Bessie.taid : "Oh, Lord! what
a lie!" and you should have heard how
her mother did . talk to her,; and she
went and shut her up in a dark room
where she kept her trunks, an didn't
let her have nothing but bread and
water; and Gus Rogers went and yelled
through the key hole, and said : "Bes
sie' the devil is coming to ketch you,"
and Bessie screamed . and almost bad a
lit, and her mother told Mrs. Rogers and
got Gus licked, and Gus -says he's\ a
mind to set the house on lire some day,
and burn her out.
One day I went -into the parlor and
ereeped *under the sofa, and there wasn't
nobody there. They don't let dogs nor
, children go into the parlor, and I thihk
Ts real mean ; and I had to creep si
t er the sofa so nobody could ace me;
\i nd Mr. Royce came in, and Miss Jack
. son I ; she said that children was worse
huisauces than dogs. And Mr RoYee
and :less Jackson
_came in, and silted
• down on sthe sofa and he said, "0 Louisa,
I do love you so much," and then lie
kissed her,"for I heard it smack. And
then she said, "0, Thomas, I do wish I
• _ could believe you ; don't you never
kiss . anybodF - else?" And ho said,
"No, dearest," and I yelled o u t',
"O, what a tdg i .tese !!! for I s,l ss him
kiss Bessie j‘•;'ettle's muse in
one n ight when Oleos was tam eed 'levy n.
Didn't he jump up; you bet: end he
pulled me out, and toned In v . foe:!%, arid
lie said, "On you wicked child where
do you e.xpact ties° to for telling such
stories?" And ,I told him, " You sled
up; I MIA going anywhere With you."
I wish that man would itie like the
other one, so I -do ; and I •doe't care
whetho lie goes to heaven or not.
Gus Roger's Mallet' had a lunch par
ty in her parlor, and they had cham
pagne, and they never gave him any,
and when his mother wasn't looking,
he found a bottle half full on the side!
i,„,„,, --- ,„, e, ..].....- .e.i.iiiy wa sh t inere;
and Gus and toe dritiked it out of the
glass Mary brushes her teeth in; and it
was real nice; and we looked ill Mary's
wardrobe and found her frock she goL •
to church in ;:and Gus put It on, an
Mal•y's bonnet too • and we went in the
hail, and we tumbled down and tared
Mary's frock, and made my nosebleed;
and Gus said, "Oh, there's an earth
quake," 'cause he couldu's stand up
mid you should see how the house did
go up and down—awful; and Gus and
me laid down or_ the carpet, and the;
housekeeper picked me up and took me
to may mother's room, and my mother
said, "Oh, my ! whatever have you,'
beep doing?'' mid I said, "Oh, Lord!
drinked champagne out of Gus Rogers
mother's bottle, in the glass that, Mary
brushes her teeth in." And the house
-1; et ; f ,:r says,' Ott! my goodness gracious I'
that child's as tight as a brick ;" and I
- said, "You bet; bul ly for you ;'' and I
wt - a 5 awful sick, and I've forgot what,
HANDLING 'A COLT'S , FLt T.--Cotki
'Lieut.° gently to pick up his feet, and
i i `t . he resists you reprove him for it by
Pulling down a little in the mouth with
the bridle, which will act like a charm.
1f it is the hind feet you wish to handle,
put a strap to his hind foot and bring up
the foot; then the moment he kicks,
bring down on the mouth sharply with
the bridle, In a shortl time ho wi
In•brder to amuse th children on a
Sal,diath, a lady was mg, ged in reading
frotri the bible the story of David and
( - Lona!' ; and, coming t that passage
in NOlich Galiath so boas ingly and de
fiantly dared the yotim_,*_tripling,,s, lit
tle chap, ,almost in his tirA trousers,
f-aid : " Sister, skip that, skip that;
lit.'s blowing! I want to know who
A i4ory is told of a western lawyer,
who lately attended a religious meeting
where lie was called upon to offer pray
er. Fot being experienced in such a
duty he rose and attempted the Lord's
prayer, and succeeded •very well until
he came to the passage,
" Give us this-day pur daily bread;!'
When from the force of habit he IM
" \Vith costs."
" I'll neither tell my aefor census or
the sovereign," said th 3 cook, most
resolutely, to her mas.terwho was iwe
paring for the enumerator. ° Ve r y
well, I'll put down sixty-live," was the
cool reply. " Upon mr l honor, sir, I
, was only. fifty-eight last birthday,"
0 exclaimed the cook.
.A'd ndy strutting about a tavern,
took '1 ip!'s pair of green spectacles
whnYh lay on the table, put them on
; his nose, and turning to the looking
glass said: " Landlord, how do these
become me?" " I think they do," re
plied the landlord, " they hide a part
I Wheat bran, oatmeal, scraps of meat,
bheeserinds should be fed to hens at
his time of the year, because they con
ain albunien, of which there is much
nan egg. Chopped vegetables will
make them healthy; corn meal is more
useful in fattening poultry.
A substance of a. rather fine flavor
and beautiful appearance is finding a
ready sale as honey just . illow in Ger
many. This substitute for the genuine.
product of the bee-hive is simply starch
converted into sugar by means of sul
phuric acid. _
Why are hoop, like obstinate men?
BPeause; they often stand out about
RAILWAY TIME TABLES!
ro and after NONDAY, February 15. 1669, Trains
1‘„) will haw, Corning, at the following boura,i,viz :
, Goma WEST.
642 A. IL, :BIGHT EXP., daily for Duffalo,Duiskirk,
Cleveland, Dayton, and Cincinnati, making direct
,connection with train fi-ot the Grand Trunk Railway
at fluffale, and with the Lake Shore RallWay at Buf
falo, Dunkirk:and Clevelatid,lor all points West and
North-West, -and at Cincinnati' with the Ohio and
tlississippi Railway for the South and South-West.
SE±L. This train makes a direct daily 'connection with
all Linea to the West and South-West, and is provided
with tile new and improved Drawing Room Coaches
'pectiliar to the Brond Gauge, arranged both for day and
night travel, running through to Rochester, Buffalo
and Cincinnati, and thus forming the ONLY DAILY
LINE from New York, Cincinnati and the iliouthWest
running through NO miles without change.
6,60 A.)1., NIGHT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, fu
Rochester and'iniffalo, via Avon.
10,09 A. M., MAIL TRAIN, Sundays excepted, fo
nuthdo and Dunkirk.
1,45 P. M., BALTIMORE RXPRE.SS, Sunday& oScep4
id, for Roche6ter and Buffalo, via Avon.
75313 E. rd., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays cacepted, for
J 131111410, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati, and
the West and South, connects at Buffalo, Dunkirk and
Cleveland with the Lake Shore Railway for all points
Vest and North•Weat. and at Cinch - matt! with the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway for the South and South-
West. Sleeping Coacpea attached to this Train at
Dornellsville, running through to Cipveland with-
7,45 P. M., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
12,35 A. NI., EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, for
Ltuffalo,cDunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with
trains for the West. A Sleeping Coach Is attached to
this tract] at :New York. sunning through to Mead
ville without change. A Sleeping Coach is also at
tached at Susquehanna running through to Buffalo.
1,30 P. M., WAY FREItu, Sundays excepted.
5,40 P. EMIGRANT RAIN, daily, for the West.
6,24 A. M., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Canondaigua, at
Omsk° for Ithaca, at Binghamton for Syracuse, at
Great Bend for Scranton, at Lackawaxen for Hones
dale. ut Middletown for Unionville, at Goshen for
Montgomery, at Greycourt for lit-wburg . and
it lck, and at Jersey City pith aftsirnoon and evoning
trains of Nevi Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washir.gten.
10,30 A. M., ACOMMODATION TRAIN, daily, con
necting at Owego for Ithaca.
11,02 A. M., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Waverly for Towanda, at Binghamton
for 6yracuse, at Great Bend for Scranton. at Lacks
axen for Honesdale, at Middletown for Unionville.
and at Jersey City with midnight express twin of
New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. ,
2,20 P. M., BALTIMORE EXPRESS; Sundays ex
4,35 P. M., NEW YORK AND.BALTIMORE MAIL,
suuditys excepted, connecting 'at Elmira for C,1111all•
daigug, and at Waverly for Towanda.
8,05 P. M., LIOHT:sa NG EXPRESS, Daily, connect
ing at Elmira for Williamsport, Harrisburg and the
South, and at Jersy City with morning express train
of New Jersey Railroad, for Philadelphia, ilaltimbie
12,35 P. M., WAY FREIGUP, Sundays excepted.
.4". - A revised and complete "Pocket Thee Table" Of
Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway and connecting
Lines, has recently been published, and CAL be procur
ed on appllcallon t to . t he 'Pipet Agent of the Company
WM. It. B.titit, 11. ItIDLI.E.
l'a,bYAgeht. S up't
Northern Central IL El
TRAINS FOR THIS NORTH.
Trains for Canandagnia leave Elmira as follows :
Accomodation at 02u a to
Express [lastest train on road) ' 72 20 p m
Bail 7 10 p m
Way Freight, [passenger coach attached].........B 03 a m
On and aftor Nov. 21, 1807, tralci i s will urriveand
depart Iron: Troy, ns fulloN% s;
945 A. M. Daily (xcept Sundays) for Elmira, Bnffa
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester, Snap. Bridge sfld the
10 65 P. 31.—Daily (except Sundays) far Elmira and
Buffalo, iht Brie ELLIN ay from Elmira.
113 A. M.—Daily (except Sundays) fur ltultimorr
Waillington, Philadelphia, lc.
8 . 5.5 I'. M.—Dally (except Sundays) fur llaltimorr
Wallilngtuu and Philadelphia.
J. N. DeLlAltltl", F.D.IS. YOUNG
Sup t. Ilarri.burg, rag/. A g't
Philadelphia & Eric R. R.
On and alter 110:S DAY, Nov. 23d, 1808, Train , .
ou the l'ldlAdt liddit S Eri.lta4l.lttattl will rtui IoWIS
Mall Train lean is Plilladalphia
•' •• Willitimaport
" " arr. at Eric
Erie Express karma Viiiladelphia'
" '` arr. tit Elie
Elmira Mail leaves Dlillatiolpliki
•• " '•• Williambpdrt.
" arr. at Lock llaccil
Mail Train lentos Erie
• " " 1111 harnsport
" " nrr. at Philadelphia.
Erin Express leaves Erie). •
" .• " innisport
" " arr. at Philadelphia,
Mail and Exprees connect with 011 Creek and Alle
phony River Rail Road,.' Baggage Checked Through.
ALFRED L. TYLER, Gehl ;:up't.
NVETTIV4D BOUND. i I:ASTWARD litil.N li.
Ilan i Ed3o Express 5.10
tccommodat'ion 6135 Ilail 5.5:.
Express ' 12i19 Aceolanical.ttion, 11.d5
Express ll.OO Express 6.10
At Cory thpre Is a junition with the Philadelphia .5.
Erie, and`Cil Creek hail toads.
At 2 Meulville with the Franklin and kill City and
At Loavittsburgo the Malionlny Branch niahes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects tvith
Cleveland and Pittsbuisli
Tho Road passes through Akron, Ashland. Galion,
Marlon, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting various rail
roads, and terminates at'Cincinnati.
L. D. RUCKER, Gen. Supt., 31e.‘.1% ilk. Pa.
Blossburg & Coriiing, & 'Toga R. n
Tlains will run as folloWs until further notice
Accommodation—Leaves lllossburg at 7.1& a. ID, Man s•
gold at 8,05, Tloga at 8,41, Lawrencoclile at 6,22
arriving at Corning at 10,40 a. in.
Hail—Loaves 131ossbuil; at 2,06 p. in.. Mansfl ..1d at 2,40,
Tioga at 3,18, Lawr.incovillo at 4,00- 7 -arriving at
Corning at 5 p.m.
Mall—Lcktves Corning at 8,00 a m. Lan renct-Till, at
9,03.'1'10ga at 9,45, Mansfield at 10,2:1—arriving n t
Bloss-burg at 11,00 a. m.
AccomMo lation-I.eayes Corning at 2,40 m ,
renceville as 4,00. Tiog.n at 4.50, ManFilold at 5,80
arriving at Blossburg at 0,18 p. tn.
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L. 11. SIIATTreK ,Sup't
HENRY E. CHILD, ,
41 PARE Row, Nr YOP.II
IVELLSBOIIO BAKEI Y. "t
HE SUBSCRIBER having establish :d
self in the
in this village, next doer te L. it. '
Grocery, is now prepared to eery on the business
In all its various branches. 1 will keep con-
stantly on band .un assortment of Bread, such
LOAF BREAD, BOSTON CRACKERS,
GRAHAM BREAD, BUTTER
CRACKERS,. B ROW N
DYSPEPSIA 'AND SODA BISCUITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,
PIES, AND LUNCH,
at all hours of the day, Sundays excepted.
By strict attention to business shill endeavor
to merit the public patronage. •
Virellsbore, June. 24, 1S(18.
NEW WINTER GOODS.
TOLES & BARKER,
(NO. 5, UNION BLOCK.)
WOULD say to their friends and the public
generally, that they aro now receiving a
splendid assortment of Winter \
SIIEETINGS, SIIIRTINGS, PRINTS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESt
INGS, READY MADE CLO-,
THING, lIAI'S & CAPS,
BOOTS 4N D SHOES,
----- ilia° a largo anti woll soloctoti stook of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WOODEN
WARE, STONE WARE, KERO
SENE OIL, PAINTS & OILS,
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES,
ETC,. DTC., ETC.
Wo aro able to offer our customers the bonofit
LAST DECLINE OF PRICES
in the Nekv - York Market, our Etock having been
purchased since the great decline in Goods.
TOLESI & BARKER
NVellsboro, Nov. 18, 1868.
Stoves t Stoves
MR. WILLIAM ROBERTS liege to
announce to the citizens of Tioga County,
has, at a groat outlay, stocked his storo on
MA[N STREET, WELLSBORO,
with a complete assortment of Shelf • Hardware,
of which we cnumerato the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
. MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
[BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
BITT-STOCKS,. HATCHETS, CHISELS
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE_ BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, 'WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR
it BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUPFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
row of the many articles composing our stock
We, invito the public to call and examine for
thotnselvcs. We aim to keep the host quality of
moods in our line • and all work to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM ROBERTS'
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
EPP CYTT 3M IS
IN Tioga County, and the Cheapen place to
buy in the world.
Agent for L. BOLLES t• CO'S HOSE,
Binghamton, N. Y., and
ELMII?A SAW FACTORY,
Elmira, N. Y.
STOVES ,SOLD ON TIME.
MansGqld, Nov. 25, 1868-Iy. - G. B. MIFF
YES I YES! YES 1
11 R. WILLIAMS it CO., have got the best,
• largest and cheapest stock of Drugs,lned
icines, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuff,
Brushes, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, Yankee No
tions, Perfumery, Toilot Soap, Fishing Tackle,
ever brought into this county. They
w" ositivcly sell everything in theirlinecheap
er than !be bought elsewhere. They bought
their goods in . ego quantities and for nett cash,
and can and will sell cheaper than any other es
tablishment in this county. Call and examine
stock and prices. P. It. WILLIAMS it CO.
May 9, 18G3. No. 3, Union Block.
A. J. THOMPSON,
BLACKSMITH, has two fires, and is prepared
to do all kinds of work in his lino with prompt
ness, and iu a worktuanlik,p manner". Realms
at excellence in his trade.
Mansfield Juno 3, 1363-Iy.
CASII PAID FOR. WOOL. BUTTER AND
CHEESE, by C. L. WILLCOX.
FLOUR & MEAL, always on hand at
June 17.1808. I/4MS -M. .BUNDLEIrt3.
100,000 Pounds of Wool
subscribers will pay Cash, Full.oloth,
Cassimeres, Flannels, Jsc., go., for Wool.—
They also manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SHARES,
to suit customers. All work warranted as rep-
resented. They invite particular altent on to
their Water Proof
which aro warranted in every re.vect. Partien
lar attention given to
ROLL-CARDING & CLOTH•DRESSING
Twenty years experience in the business war
rants them in expecting a generous patronage.
No shoddy cloths made.
DoLano .4, Co. at Welleboro , are agents kor
the sale of' our Cloths.
JOSEPH INGHAM A SONS
DearSeld, May 13, 1868—tr. i
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE
OLD saying that a way . savedis a penny
earned, justifies GAItDNEIt in naming his
establishment a Savings Bank. Economy is
Wealth, said some old chap whose name I have
forgotten; and it is economy to trade where the
of high prices'is being prosecuted with vigor and
without reprieve. I can sell Sugars, Teas, Mo
lasses, Fish, Pork, Flour, Corn •Meal, Coffees,
Canned Fruits, Spices, and everything intended
for family use, giving the buyer the benefit
fall of tho markets, an advantage duly appre
elated by everybody,excepting only those verdun
who prefer PROMISVA ,one hun-
dred per cent. prollts.to"thollsoller,s to. PAYING
twenty-five per cent, cash on delivery of the
goods! I shall offer my stock of goods at fair
and fill up as fast as I sell out.
,Weßeborn, June 12, 1867
Now is Your Time to Buy!
HAVING more goods than is necessary for
this market, I will sell my entire stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
PLATED WARE, AND FAN•
CY GOODS, AT COST.
0. G, Clocks at
Gothic " - "
American Watches In Silver Hunting Cases a
$l9. Finer Itioveme4l ,in heavier Caeca, at ear
respondingly low price Plated Were at Man
THIS IS NO HUMBUG MA VEIL
Call and see for yoursc:i
Wellsboro, April 2?, 0
Stoves. ,f 37 t 1 1;r1 Ware
FOR THE MILLION
Good peoplo all, both great and small —if you
Want to keep
PEACE IN Till
you must havo enough to opt, dry wooa,. a good
wife, well-behaved ohlldren, and to orown all, a
TIP . TOP fOOKING STOVE!
ThislaStiand crowning good, I have at my Tin
and Stove establishment, opposite:lily's L Block,
Wolisboro, and its name is the
HOAIE COMPANION ;
on - nll'hands admitted to bo equal to any in the
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
promptly,and warranted to give ealisfaetion
executed in tho best manner and with dispatol.
CALL AND SEE ME.
Wellsborough, Nov. 21, 1887.
AMONG the useful improvements of the day,
there are few that gve more promisoof
good, few so well adapted td relieve human stf
fering, few so well approved by the public as that
new and powerful remedy called Salutifer (or is
the German people call it Ilealthbringer).
It gives ease and comfort to the poor suffer°,
from Neuralgia and Rheumatism,
speedy relief to that large class of diseases that
are often cured and always benefited by an 04
For sale by all Druggists.
Wholesale Depot DAY, lIOAGLAND 44 STE
GER, No 5 4Courtlandt-St4 New York.
T O LAWYERS—
in full aotti, at YOUNG'S BOOKSTORE.
WA:SITING . NG.:. MACHINE. •
TAS. M. WILKINSON, ofChekOston,having
eft purchased the right to mph° and vend the
H. P. Jones Washing Machine in Tioga County,
hereby gives notice that the machines are ; being
made at Van Horn's Cabinet Factory, Wellsboro,
where they may be procured. •
The bast, cheapest, and most sensiblemachine
200 Bushels Timothy Seed. 100 bushels
Cloverseed, choicest kinds
L. A. GARDNER
•• • •
D. P. ROBERTS
WRIGHT & RAIELIS;
• "--,l s, ;
w. 4. STONE, , Principal,
Mal S. D. Borax, ...... Preceptress,
litne' r A. B. EASTSfArfj Teacher of Music.
CALENDAR FOR 180-9.
• r term commences Nov. 26, closes febrnary 26
erm continence" March Bth, and closes June 11
I EXPENSES PER TERM.
NitOarY Department $15,00
Common English, ' $6,,00
Higher Snglish .i, .47,00
Languages and Higher Mathematics, $B,OO
Instrumental Music $lO.OO
Drawing ii .$3,00
- Each Term, to cotitinuelmrteen weeks. Dills due,
one half first day of term, remsinder at middle ofterm.
No deduction made in - tuition except' for sicknoss.—
N one but R e binspo's Matb,entaticis pro,used.„ Students
on entering are requeMott to regibtbi their names to
getlier'with tlie'stadies they wish' to pursue; and pay
ouetialf their tuition..'
Board pros t reasonable'rates in the village.
Ity,order . f the Board of TRUSTEES.
' Wellslioro, Nov. 4,1848.
RE NEW GOOD
hnn. R. Bowen,
smow roceiving a largo and complete assort
merit of Fall k Winter
bought:pine° the late decline in prices in Now
York, consisting of
'Miry Grolcoclea l
Grocti l ries, Hats & Caps, Boots . & Shoes,
ioular attention is invited to our Stock of
(DEMO 2111410 g (e; OWN
'era and Hoop Skirts; also a nice
ine of TEAS, New Crop, very
fine at reduced prices,
i ne assortment of Ladies FURS, very cheap,
all • f which will be sold at the'ery lowest mar
ket Prices. Wo respectfully inte all to call and
examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Empire Store, No, 1 union Block.
w l ollsboro, Oct. 21,1868.
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Owners of. Horses -and 'Cattle.'
BIAS' DERBY CONDITION POWDERS ARE
smutted superior to any others, or no pay, for
of Distemper, Worms, Bats, Coughs, Hide
bound. Colds, &c., in and Colds, Coughs, Loss
of Milk, Black Tongue. Born Distemper, .4c., in .Cat
tie. They are perfectly safe and Innocent; no need of
stopping the working ofyour animals. They increase
theappetite, give a fine coat, cleanse the stomach ,and
urine y organ e; also increase the milk of sown. Try
them and you will never be without them. Hiram
Wood uff, the celebrated trainer of trotting horses, line
used hem for years, and recommends them to his
Men s. Col. Philo. P. Bush, of. the Jerome Race
Con 0. Fordham, N. Y., Would not nee them until he
was t ld of what they are; composed, since which he
is nov r without them. • He z has over twenty running
horse in his charge, and for, the last three years has
used no other medicine for!tbem. He has, kindly per
mitted me to refer any one to him. Over 1,000, other
riferences can be seen at the depot. Sold by Xtr,ngkists,
andSaddlers. Price 25 - cents per or. , Depot, 56
Cestlandt Street, Now York.- (Feb: 19] -
CASH. Taid FOR HIDES,
k istor :
c. lei i BoB l , 2 tf r DIIRIP.
TO BUY j. SE 1
Wg will buy ot the big
- , tho following artloles,
• 'A:kb VAAL' S
for which wo Will pay dash
YlO will manufacture to tire,
tanned CA - LF-70eK IP; BOOTS!
ner and at fair 4: rates, and pa?
We have a Orst-rat
to be found iz the county,
a 16:wer, profit than such articl
offered in, thin region.
We abut! litteiriso keep up
BOOTEES, CRII I D
ressF o 47,ifqa.
and all styles of--14E.
LEATHER f j- F
can be bought o l f:ne ne cheap
aide of New Yoik, and we eh
FRENCH CALF, FRE
PEA, SOLE, LIN
Our stock of PEGS, NATL.I, - e HREAD, AWLS,
RASP,Y„, OLOVERS'. -- NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES, -_IT RI,OFP• I S' SHOEMAKER'S
TOOL'S `OIItr:PTNDTIVOS,Iv 11 be found the lar.
gest in titt)9 O PASY*SVICIse Jett for small profits.
IVe-tAlk-bnelt;obsan~ we •• •au hisiness. - We
have been in this roglo 16n • enough to be well
known—let those who kilo
or 1 . tiriEn aii34.isi t> n streets opposite Wm. Rob
arts') '• ' 'O. W. REARS,
e O. DERBY.'
.„ . •
Wollsboro, 1887 ,tf. •
MILE subscribers havi
machinery are now r
all sorts 'Of
for oustoth aid job work
SLITTING & SC
Having a first-class a
are prepared to make
CHEESE - PR A
to order, Builders of 0,
quested to examine our w
ono of the finest impleme .1
Wellsboro, May 15,1887
Grooery and Provision Store,
CORNIN , N. Y.
in all kinds of
FOREIGN & I,DOME
WOOD & WILLOW
A full and complete ass.
mentioned goods of the bes
Y'artiattlar attention pal.
Dealer's and Conanmere will
tereat to examine hie Stoc k
Corning, N. Y., March 11 I
Paint for Farmer
TBE GRAFTON. MIN
are now manufacturing
and most Durable Paint in
put on, mixed with pure Lin
it lb rears; it la of a light
Choeolate color, ,and can b
, cad, atone, drab, olive or cr
of the consumer. It is v
Barns, Fences, Carriage a
Ind Wooden-ware Agric
Canal Boats, Vessels and
vas, Metal and-Shingle Ro .
Water proofs,) Floor Oil C
turer baying used 5,000 bbl
and as a paint for any purp
body, durability, ala.qleity
Price $8 per barrel of 300 1.
a farmer for years to come
cases as above. Send for a
full particulars. None ge
in a trade mark, Oraufton
sons can ordo the Paint a.
on receipt of the goods. A
Farm for 1
THE Subscriber, being
fare for sale at a great
chaser, the following prope
Bred acres of land, situate
west of Westfield Boro, on
seventy-five acres improv
hemlock and bard timber,
good apple orchard. .good
house thereon. - Tho farm
darying purpoies, having a
ter on all parts. For term?
ber on the p - remiseVcir ad?
Tioga Co., Pa.
est market price,
!r,Fronch or homo-I
in the best map -1
old, and from this
keep up the best
7 1 ERS,
ILich we rtl :ell at
:•s hero ever bee
' EN'S AND
a any whore this
11 keep a full stock
CR KIP, UP
dyd to furnish to order
• TORS, FIELD
We are also prepared
rew-putting Lathe, we
ecse Factories are re
61rk. We manufacture
is In the market
' LES WILLIAMS,
11 -AX -0,
TIC, GREEN &
U 1 TS Ali7D
ARE, GLASS &
I ' ARE,
GES, CABS &
TOYS, &c., &c.
rtment of the ohm-e
-quality always, on
to Pine groceries
find it to their in
efOre buying. •
BAIA PAINT CO.
the Best, Cheapest
use; two coats well
:eed Oil, will last 10
brown or beautiful
changed, to green,
lam to suit tbo taste
luablo for Houses,
d Par inakeri, Palle
.hips' Bottoms, Can
. fa, (it being Fire and
loths, (one manufac
.. the past year,) and
!se is unsurpassed for
.s., which will supply
Worranted in all
circular which gives
nine unless branded
' ineral Paint. Pet
d - remit the money
r earl St, New York
bout to go west, of.
bargain to the pur.
ty, to wit: Onehun
, about 4 miles South
' otter Brook Road—
d, the balance good
th good sugar bush,
frame barn and log
is well adapted to
plenty of living vra
, ealron the subseri
mitt him at Westfield,
WIMLBSILE DREG STORE.
CORNING, N. Y
- I guGs AND MEDICINES , PAINTS
, __A.ND OILS, •
THADDEUS -DAVI DS' INKS, KEITH''
• CONCENTRATED MEDICINES,
lICEDELL'S FLUID, EN-
BURN Irrs COCOA' rik, FLA VORINO
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROOD- .
AND FLAVORING EXT ACTS WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE' COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Sold at Wholesale Prices. -Buyers aro requested
to call and got quotations before going further
W. D.- TERBELL & CO
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1868-•1y
1869. FOR SALE. 1869 .
B. C. WICIZIIAM,
AT HIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOCIA
60,000 Apple • Trees.
10,000 Tear Trees. -
good supply of ; PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
snd ORNAMENTAL TREES A piIItIIBBERY.
The Fruit trees' act . composed .of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in lbearing. Any one wishing to get a supply
will do well to call and see toy stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Feb. 28, 1888-Iy*
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I 1 surance - Agency.
WYOMING INSURANCE CO.,
R. C. Siam, Seey. W. S. Roes, Pr. 9.
W. T. REED, S RUES' A V. P.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 8150me0.
THIS is tho company for which Theodore
Hatfield was, lately agent,
,and policy hold
ers who wish to renew their Insurance are re
quested to ripply to tho subscriber.
Girard Fire Insurance Co.,
J. B. ALVOED, THOMAS CRAVEN, Prrdint
Seoretary. A. S. GILLETT E V.
All paid up in Cash. 1
Surplus Over $160,000
Continental Ins. Company,
OF TILE CITY OF NEW YORK
Cash Capital, $500,660,00
Gross Surplus, Jan, , ', 1868, 1,314,590,31
Cash Assets, - do 1,814,590,31
053 — Policies written at this office. .
GEORGE T. HOPE, Plesident.
If. If. LAMPORT, Vico President.;
CYRUS PECK. Secretary,
The subscriber takes this method of informing
the public that he has the agency of the above
Companies, and will be found nt his office over
11°31 Drug Store, adjoining Ai gitritor Office.
JNO. I. MITCHELL,
Wellsboro, Pn., Feb. 26, 188S-tf.
To the Farmers of Tioga County.
lAM now building at my manufactory, in Lawrenco
1111e, a superior
which possesses tho following advantaiesorSr another
1. It separator oats, rat litter. and foul seeds, nnd
chess and cockle. from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out'yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly. '
8, It cleans timothy Seed.
4. It does all other separating required of a mill.
This minis built of the best and most durable dill
bar. in good style,and is sold cheap for cash, or pro•
I will fit a patent Mere, for separating oats from
wbeat,to other mills, on reasonable terms.
Laweawilb "Moir WIIIIIIN4f
FOUTZ 9 r 4
Huse ad Cage Powfirs.
This preparation, long and favorably
known, will thoroughly re-Invigorate
broken down and low-apirlted horses'
by strengthening and cleansing the
stomach and lateitine:
', 1 ! : .-171.P It is a sure preventive of all dlzeas
-c - --." . -‘7:. Incident to this Otlmal,stiell as LUNG
FEVER, GLANDERS, YELLOW
WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, MS- ii'';', - -
TEMPER, FEVERS, F 0 UN I) ER, ii . 04.;
LOSS OP I APPETITE AND VITAL k , , , ,, :„ :_., :, 5 4 ,,
ENERGY, ike. Its use. improves ..r. ~. ...Z.4- t •
the wind] increases the appetite— ', Aper , : 0,
gives ascoooth and glossy ski},.-and
,s4 O) ,
transform' the calserablo skeleton .. 2 1:.... e. ,.. '
into a fine , ooking and spiritei horse. _ .171 :. :II: -i.7
To keepers of Cows this prepare.
) tton Is invaluable. It is a sure pre
-7-- ventive against Itlndcrpest, Hollow
u. .; , s' . 4 . , i Horn, etc. It has been proven by
1 ' , .A1.4 0., :.) actual experiment to increase the
r it tiT
1 i iff
- . 1 — ; 1g'..;. - ; per cent. and make the butter arm
' - and sweet. In fattening cattle, it
gives them an appetite, loosens their Lido, and makes
them tluive much aster. -
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in
the Lungs, Liver, Am., this article acts 1.-
as a specific. Ily putting febm one- A eL , -)..;.,
half a paper to a paper In a barrel of
swill the above diseases will be cradi-
cated or entirely prevented. If given
a certain preventive and -0:„=„.„..•
curd for the Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. FOFTZ, Proprietor,
totiale by Druggists arid Storeteepore throttationt
the I.la - ii - Sta s Canadas and South Amestea.
Feb. 10, 1369-1 in.
'HEARTH and I HOME
16 A R'ESULT
Agricultural and Fireaide,-.Journal,
SIXTEEN handsornb" folio pa3cs, printed from new
typo, on superfine book. paper, and abnudentlynlni:
trated by the. beat artists.
HABIUET BEEIOSEE. STOWE 4
assisted by a corp s Of able editors and contribilto t rii la
It to devoted to the Interests or the
and the FLORIST.
PLANS OF CC'
~./ . 6 O, X) lags
A carefal Report .ew York, Bos.
ton, Philadelphia, . vfk , , And New Orleans,
will be furnish?' , !kr week, giving the
Farmer Inform" .‘ ma WREN TO BUY
and WHEN c
. milk Circlo
it w, interest the household ; plain
ral , ing and domestic management,
from f a napkin and the cooking - oca
good din he education of children.
and M N.
Will contribute to each nun \.
1 \T-EJ7 t
noted for their attractivenew,
time to time ; also Cemetery'
written expressly for tin., rEII.IITII AND Holm., cum.
meneus In-flrat (D. cemper2lth) number.
TIM BOYS ..13TD GIRLS
A llltind that!' own page always lighted with such fun
In pictures, and fan in storit.s is 5 hail nia , ze them
look sharply ovary wealt /or Cssatin; of 11E.11:T1i
Single Copley gt, !arm - la4lv 11 alv.,a.lei a ftnr.tet
f 10; 5 Copies $l3. Any.. I: 4.Li club
of 15 Copley (all at oat tTh_), copy
No travelling anent:
PETTENGIL B 11.
KNOXVILLE, TIOGA CO., PA
FA ULTY :
ELIAS I-10 ?TON, Principdl.
)irs. Al 5 A W. 110ftTON, PreeePtreo-„
Miss MIRA Hoin t o;v.
311:4s AMANDA DRAKE, Teaeher.of.Ml4,
CALENDAR FOR 1807-8.
Fall Term cornmencve Sept. 3d, Wlutor
Oth, Spring Term Feb-. 11.801,
EXPENSES PER TERM
Languages 11 (1 Higher Mathematics
Instrumental Music, extra.
Vocal Music, extra
Duard per week...
Rnoxeille, August 11,1807-th
Planing' & Turni
B. 'l'. VAN HORN,
HAVING got his new Factory in by
("1 is now prepared to fill orders for
Ware promptly and in the best 'Style of We l
ship. Ilatiing procured a
WOODWORTH PLAN ER,I
ho is ready to dress Boards or plank with d
SCROLL-WORK & BRACKE
furnished to order. 1118 machines are of t
est and most improved patterns. ~
Shop corner of Pearl' awl:Wahl Ss, I%
BORO. PA., .
Oct. Zl, 1366-tf. B. T. VA NIII 1
(131113 -, Chairmaker, Turner,
s Furniture Dealer
C . ALE ROOM, oppdsite Dartt's Wago
10 Main Street. FACTORY in Sears
Hams Foundiy, second story.
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction
teed. Fancy Turning done to order. ,
Wellsboro, Jnne 12,1887. J. STICK
Front Street, Ithilatielphin
Tioga Marble Works;
TE undersigned is now prepared to exe
cute all orders for Tomb Stones an. Nom"
merits of either
ITALIAN OR RuTLAIN I :D MAR LE,
of the latest style and approved workm
and with dispnteh. -
He keen eonstnntiv on hand 'both 1:
Mnride nod will he nLio to suit all nho
vor him with their orders, on as reasonabl!
as can he obtained in the enontry. -
Stones discolored with rust nod dirt
RIO made to fool: as izeed aq new.
"Vega Nor 1. 1 SA7-11
Valuable Farm for Ale.
A farm of ihree hundred acres, with tvr,
dred and twenty five neres improved
tinted two miles north of Tio.a Village,
Tioga River and Rai%fled. Well wattter
der a good state of cultivation, and 'knoll
ings. Also four houses and lots for sale ir
village. T. L. 'BALM
Tloga, Feb, 12, Isog—tr.
7g..UtY E. DODGE,
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