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Tho world is old, and the world iieold,
And never a day is fair, I said,
Out of the heavens the sunlight roiled,
Ttio green leaves rustled above my head,
And the sea was a sea of gold,
The world is cruel I said again,
'Her voice is I:irship my shrinking ear,
And the nights are dreary and full of pain,
Out of the darkness sweet. and clear,
There rippled. a tender strain;
Rippled a sang of a bird asleep,
That sang in a dream of the budding wood;
Of shilling Seldi where the reapers reap,
Of a woe brawn mate and o. nestling brood,
Anil the grass where the berries peep. .
The world is false, though the world be fair,
And never a heart is pure I said,
And lo ! the clinging of white arms bare,
• The innocent gold of my baby's hair,
And the lisp of a childish prayer.
FARM AND GARDEN.
cheesewaking-:-Vaints .and .Ottors in
Milk. Whatever be the grade of cows
and the'quality of milk, much depends
upon its management. A good deal of
care and attention tu'e, requisite for the
attainment of the best • possible results
with such milk as we may have to
work up. But before we come to the
process of milking, let us look a WO
merA at the effect or food in regard to
taints or the flavor of milk. •. • •
, It is now universally conceded that
the flavor as Well as the quality of the
milk depends very materially Upon the
food of the cow. Coarse swamp grasses
and weeds do not produce as "rich or
sweet. , Milk as clover, timothy and red
top, grown- on dry upland soil; While
swamp water gives a ranker flavor than
the sweet spring and' btook t .water of
hilly regions. Leeks are not the only
weeds which taint the milk befoke It is
. taken from the cow. All rank vegeta
ble growths lend a' similar Influence to
injure 'flavor. Indeed, that whiCh - the
cow eats is what she makes the nilik of,
and if these-offensive things' are taken
- into her system, she can not 'be expec
ted to turn out inilk that will'not:par- !
take of their qualities, any more ! than
' a man can be expected to make-. sweet
cider of sour apples by running--them
through the mill and press., Even the
atmosphere which the cows breathe af
fects the flavor o the milk. Carrion 'ln
the lot where th cows feed • has' been
known to impar its odor to the: }bilk
of the dairy. Dirty stables . and barn
yards, the odor of which is breathed by
the cows, makes tho milk ".taste of the
barnyard," as the common _expression
It becomes of the greatest importance,
therefore, that cows should have clean,
sweet pastures to feed in, and clear
spring or brook water to drink ; also,
that they should have clean, well-yen
- tilated stables to stand in, and be milked
in clean yards or. stables, as tree from
all taints and bad odors as possible.—
The cows should not be heated by hur
-rie,d driving with a dog, or by a man or
boy on horseback, as this fevers the
milk, giving it an unwholesome quality,
leading to rapid decay as well as pro
- ducing bad flavor.
And, if-quantity as well as quality is
_to be attained, pastures must contain
plenty of feed, so that the cow Call' soon
fill her stomach and then lie down or
-stand in the shade and ruminate at
ease, instead of working constantly
from morning to liiight to gather food
enough to' satisfy Mr. She must have
water handy, instead of away back in
some retired corner of a large pasture,
as she naturally wants to drink a few
swallows quite often, in warm weath
er, but will go until she gets exee±,ively
dry and feverish before she will t ravel
n long distance to get water. When
thus very dry, she drinks au inord; nary
quantity, which makes her feel I !envy
and uncomfortable—and whateve • an
noys a cow lessens the flow and re luces
the quality of the milk.
A little cothmon sense must mike
these things apparent - to every reason
oningoind. Cows must hove plenty
of. cIeXP, wholesome food and pure wa
ter, and must berevery way made com
fortable and contented, if the largest
flow and best quality Qf milk is •ex pec
tell. The cow is sure to show, not only
lier own naturally good or bad qualities,
but hertkeep and care, in the milk pail.
There is no cheating her. She will make
a corresponding discount or dhiided on
every iota '.of ill or good treatment she
receives. In this, she is an exact ac
countant, and she will insist upon
keeping the account square.
Milk reqifires not only favorable eon
' ditions for its production, as above ln
, _ dicated, but needs great care and clean
liness after it is drawn from the cows.—
A foul yard or stable will impart. its
. odors to the milk. Uncleanliness in
. milking not only gets filth into the
milk, but taints and injures its flavor.
Sonia, for this reason, recommend
washing the cow's bag before milking.
But if this washing is done with cold
water by the milker, it is quite likely
to consume time, cool the bag and
cause the cow' o hold up a portion Of
the mess. Fx rieltice shows that the
the nil k an be drawn, after
the operation is commenced, the better
the yield. If washing is done,.it should
be with warm or tepid water, and be
the work of one person, who should gp
through the whole dairy lu advance Of
the milkers. But, in our opinion,
where the stable or yard is kept clean,
a careful brushing of the bag with the
hands before beginning, and care -in
holding the pall a little toward you.
from under the teats, will obviate all
the evils of uncleanliness from milking;
and, certain it: is, where all the sur
roundings are dirty, no amount of wash
ing the cow's bag will get rid of the,
bad effects of the odors arising from
the filth. Clean. quarters for milking
are indispensable to the furnishing of
sweet, nice-flavored milk.
Cleanliness 1,0 all the pails, cans,
strainers, and ,whatever comes in con
tact with the' milk, is equally necessary.
Thorough washing, not omitting the
use of soap, scaldingand airing are the
only things that will keep them sweet
and free from taint. All implements
and utensils should be as free from
sharp corners as possible, as these are
difficult to clean; and milk is apt to be
left in theth to come in contact with
the new milk • and infect it as a small
quantity of yeast leavens a batdh of
bread. The milk will, therefore, soon
begin to ferment and taint, producing
one of the worst conditions which the
cheese-maker has to contend with, and
rendering it impossible for bhp' to make
firm, clean flavored cheese of the milk.
In no case should wooden vessels be
used for milk: The grain will absorb i
the milk, and no amount of washing
and scalding will get it entirely out.—
What remains will get frowy and im
part its infection to the warm milk and
cause it to rapidly taint. Tin 'vessels
are the best of anything •yeqtlevised,
and are recoriimended univefsally by
the best dairymen and by the Ameri
can Dairyments Association. Those
with pressed or round bottoms, having
no Inside angles-for ferments to collect
in, are preferable. These can be ob
talned for a trifle if any more than com
mon tin pails cost, and should receive,
the preference of dairymen when pur-,
7n short, the greatest care should be
taken to have all things strictly clean-,
not only those ' that can come in con
tact with the milk, but those surround
ing it. The milkers should be as clean,
careful and expeditious as possible,
avoiding all unnecessary or unusual
motions, and everything calculated to
alarm or excite the cows.' Then, if the
cows pave had proper food, drink, care
and treatment, there is little reason to
apprehend anything objectionable in
either the quantity of the
Of three applicants for the post•office
at Dubuque, one clairos it because his
wife is a cousin to Grant, , another says
eau "go his two nieces better," and
the third wants it because he is a tan
RAIELWI , OI TIME
ERIE RAILW IY. I
ON and after NONDAY, Fehru• y 15.1at.t:, TrainN r
will leave Corning, at the follfflng inure, viz:
Goats WM. I '
6,42 a. m ' NIGHT EXP., daily or Buffalo, Dunkirk,
Cleveland, Dayton and Chichi ati, 'making direct
connection with trains of the Id and Trunk Railway__
at Butlalo,and with the Lake 161 urn fllWny at BM-
W°, Dunkirk and Cleveland, fo aIP We Weal and
North-West, and at Cincinnati wit 1 3,46 Ohio and
Mlssholppi Railway for the South attil*lth-West.
gilt-IThis train makes a direct ilarke connection with
all Lines to the West .and, South-West, and is providea
with the new and improved Drawing Sleuth' Coaches
peculiar to the Broad Gauge, arranged both for day and
night travel, running through tr Rochester, Buffalo
and Cincinnati, and thus - forh g the ONLY DAILY
LINE from New York, Cluclunat and the South-West,
running through 860 miles with° t change.
650 a. m, NIGHT EXPRESS, ndays excepted for
Rochester and Buffalo, via Avu•i• oi
/0,09 a. m., MAIL TRAIN, SI
Buffalo and Dunkirk.
1,45 1 3 - nt-, BALTIMORE RXPIi
ed, for Roeheater and Buffalo, t
7,38 p.m. DAY EXPRESS, S
Buffalo, Du' Dunkirk, Cleveland, D:1
the West and South, connects a
Clevolaud with the Lake Shore
West and North-West, and at
Ohio and Mississippi Railway fit
West. Sleeping Coacpes tutu;
Ilernellsville, running thredg .
7,45 P. la, DAY EXPRESS; Sundays excer•ted, for
12,35 a. m, EXPRESS MAIL, 4lndays excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk and Cleveland connecting with
trains for the West. A Sleepingi&ach is attached to
this train at New York, ritualt g through to Mead
villa without change. A Sleepi ng Coach is also at
tached at Susquehanna running hrongh to Buffalo.
1,30 P- in., WAY FREIGHT, Sha th,4Bexceptecl.
5,40 a. in., EMIGRANT TRAIN, Ilyfoi• the West.
GOING EAST. -,=- -
6,24 a. m., CINCINNATI E'ICP ESS,' Mondays ex- 1
•cepted, connecting at Elmira fo Carload •
a. =st,,=st,,Owego for Ithaca, at Bingluant n for Sy ~.. .
Great liend ‘ for Scranton, at Lac awaxen to in • - -",
dale, at Middletosvh for Unions' lie, at Oo . •• 4
Montgomery, at Grey Gun,. for earburg anki,W44,
'wick, and at Jersey Olt with alts noon 'and evening,
trains of New Jersey R Ilroad for )1111adelphii, Baits,'
'morn and Washington. . ~
10,30 a, m, ACOMMODATION RAIN, Idaily, con•
netting at Owego for Ithaca.
11,02 a. m. DAY EXPRESS, .'
connecting at ,
for Syracuse, at Great Bend for S
waxen for Honesdale, at Middleti
atatat Jersey City with midnigl
New Jersey Railroad for Philadeir
2,20 p. m., BALTIMORE EXPi
4,35 p. m., NEW YORK AND 131
Stun days excepted, connecting at
dalgug,, and at Waverly for Town,
105 p. m.; LIG4TNING EAPRESS, Daily, connect
ing at Elmira for WilliamspOrt, llarrisburg and the
South, and at Jersy City with mo ning express train
of New Jersey Railroad, for Phil delphia, Baltimore
12,35 p. in., WAY PREIGUT, Sundays excepted.
Anr A reTised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
Passenger Trains on the Erb Railwiy and connecting
Lines, has recently bpen published, and can be procur
ed on application to,the Ticket Ag nt of the CotnpanY
WM. It. BARR, • 11. RIDDLE,
Gong Pass. Agent. Gen'l Sup't,
TRAINS FOR TIIR
Train if for Canandagu la ler) El ,
Accomodat ton at
Exprose [fastest train on road]
Way Freight, [passenger coach att
On and after Nov. 24, 1807, t
depart from Troy, as follows;
9 45 A. m.—Daily (except Sunday
10, Canandaigua, Rochester,
10 65 P. m.—Dally (except Sunkl
Buffalo, via Erie Railway fro
415 A. m.—Dally (except Sand i
8 65 P. m.—Doily (except Sun
Washington and Philadelpillllll
J. N. BoBARRY,
Elonsburg & Corning,
T.tains will run as follows unt
. flop at 8,95, Tioga at 8,41, L
arriving at Corning at 10,40 a
Mall—Learea Blosaburg at 2,00
Tioga at 3,18, Lawrenceville
Corning at 6 p. to. .
Mall—Learee Corning-tip, 00
, 9,03, Tioga nt 9,45, Mittiallolti
Bloea•bnrg at 11,00 a. m. '
poncovlllo at 4,00, Tlogn at 4.
arriving nt Blossburg at 0,16
L. I t
On and aft... Nov. :VI, 1908
run as follows :
Mail Train leavea Philadelphia.
" " " Wllliatrzsport.
" - ,‘ arr. at Erio
Erie Express leaves Phi Wapiti
•‘ •' arr. at Erie
Elmira Mail loaves Philndeiphi. l
-" " arr. at Loci: haven..
Mail Train leaves Erie 10A5 a to
" " " Williamsport - 12.55 ptu
" " arr. at Philadelphia 10.00 ain
Erie Ex.nress lea•ta , Erie 6.26 p in
‘• " o
. . 7 50 a m
" arr. lit7Philadel a pbl
Mail arta Express copheet \
glieny River Rail Road. Bags
C ALFRED L
Atlantic and Gre
Express 11.00 E.
At Cory there le a Junction
Erie, and Cil Creek Rail Roads
AeMeadville with tho
ALeasittebnrgo the Mabonjny Branch usakee a di
rectouts to Cleveland. At avenna connects with
Cle land and Pittsbut gh Railroad.
The Road panes through Akron, Ashland, Gallop,
Marion, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting various rail
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati.
' L. D. RUCKER, Geu.Supt., Meadville. Pa.
Agent foe all firB
Main :Street,: We
fAVING- been appoil
ekes Stoves manufa
and do 00., of Albany, N.
to furnish thefollowing nal
ROME COMPANION, I
the latter 'of whiob is tho
use ever in market; being
convenient. I have also,
CAST IRON vario
ALSO—Stoves suitable l
soft ooal, will be furnishe,
will do well to examine ~
full and well selected as a
Sylvania. I have also put
Of all sorts. Thankful for
tho i Past, I respectfully soli
Sept. 18; 1888.
W. NAVLE, wouldi say to his friends
G', that his Harness Sho is now in full blast,
and that he is prepared to f rnish heavy or light
• .IE-Isaism.e , mossy
on short notice, in a good and substantial' man
ner, and at prices that can't rail to suit.
Tho best workmen aro cm
the best material need. Cal'
Dee. 9, 1888-Iy.
rrillE undersigned has Ott
I dry banding, near tho
and is no prepared to turn
. oewhido, and harness loath
nor. Hides tanned on sha
Wellsboro, Oct. 14, 1868
N.) Colors or plain, and on
IHE SUBSCRIBER having established him
elf in the
in this Tillage, next door to E. B. Kimball's
t roepry, is now , prepared to eery on the business
in alfits various branches. I will keep con
stantly on band on aesortment of Bread, such
a e it
LOAF BREAD, BOSTON CRACKERS,
GRAHAM BREAD, BUTTER
❑Jaffe exceiitttl, fot
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA BISCUITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,
PIES,, AND LUNCH,
ludays xcepted, for
r Ue ton. Cincin anti , and
Buffalo, Dan kirk 'lnd
tailwny for all pointe
Cinciunatti with the
the South and South
led to tide Train at
to Cleveland with-
at all hqure of the day, Sundays excepted.
By strict attention to business shall endeavor
to merit the public patronage.
Viellsboro, Juno. 24, 1988.
a, at Binghamton
I maim. at Locke
, %yri for Uniouvillo,
it express truln of
ES$. Sundays. ex
Blmlra for Carau
12 20 p m
, wiled] S 00 a m
alnii will arrireand
s) for Elmira, Berra-
Re*. Bridge Old the
!ys) for Elnitra and
nye) for Baltimore
I aye) for Baltimore
D.. 9 YOUNG
time] Pass. Ag't
& Tioga R. R
rgikt 7,15 a. in., :slang
wr,nLorllle at •9'°
tn., Mansfield at 2,1 a
at I,oo—arriving a.
.111.. Litv,ronevillt at
1.0,22 , —at rivthg at
g at 2,40 n.
Mansfield ❑t 5,30
rie R. R.
no on .1114 /WWI 11,1
10.45 p m
8.15 a m
10.00 u in
8.00 a m
0.30 p ni
7.45 p to
a 4.20 p
1 1 ith Oil Creek and Atte
ago Checked Through.
TYLER, 01311'1 Sup't
cstern R• W
comniodat lon, 11.45
preee 6.1 e
ith the Phllndelphia 6c
kiln: and 011 City and
class Stoves, .
,nted agent for all first
attired by Shear, Pack-
IY. ' I am now ready
med celebrated Stoves
)est a tovo for common
cheap, wall made, and
a variety of
I' elf Regulators
for 'burning bard or
to, order. Customers
took, which is as
y 'n Northern Penn
n full stock of
". _ _]
liboral patronage in'
.it a continuance of
toyed, and none
G. W. NAVLE.
d up the old Foutz
out lino coif, kip,
r In the best man
oa. Oaoh paid for
M. A. DUMF.
Just received by P. R. Williams & Co. : The
greatest and cheapest pariety ever brought into.
town. Albums from 75 eta., to $2O each. Call
and see. P. R. WILLIAMS Ar CO.
Welleboro, Deo. 28,1888.
ow York pries:lB,in
to suit orders, at
; • Otrywai.
NEW WINTER GOODS.
TOLES & BARKER,
(NO. .S,.(TNIV BLOCK.)
,; ,),„ilay to their lien& and the public
k . 1,
.11y, that they are now receiving a
iortment of Winter
" Y GOODS.
SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, PRINTS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VEST. :
INGS, READY MADE CLO
THING, HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
also a latite and well solactod stook of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WOODEN
WARE, STONE WARE, KERO
SENE• OIL; PAINTS & OILS,
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES,
ETC,. ETC., ETO.
We aro able to offer our customers the benefit
LAST DECLINE OF PRICES
in the New York Market, our Stook having been
purchased slnOe the great decline in Goode.
TOLES dr BARKER.
Wellabor°, Nov. 18, 1888.
Stoves : Stoves ::
MR. WILLIAM ROBERTS beg; to
announce to the citizens of Tina County,
that in addition to his excellent stock of Stoves,
Tin-Ware, Brittania, and Sheet-Iron Ware, he
has, at a great outlay, stocked his store on
MA[N STREET, WELLSBORO,
with a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles :
NAILS, SPIKES, CR&WBARS, 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,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTEI6 AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use: Those are but a
few of the many artioles composing our stock
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our line ; and all work to order done
promptly and well. WILLIAM ROBERTS•
Wellsboro, 8 ep t. I, 1868—tf.
House and Lot for Sale. •
TirOUSE and Lot, and vacant lot for sate,
cheap. Location Wellaboro, and desirable.
Inquire at the Agitator Office.
at our Mill. Cash paid for them. We are ready
to saw for customers. Bring on your logs. Lath
and pickets always on hand.
,ggir- Ash logs must bo 12 or 14,foet long.
BOWEN & TRUMAN.
Wollaboro, Dec. 16, '6B.tf
Lots of Fresh Ground
cit y llGA PLASTER
FOR $7,00, at
T. L. BALDWIN J 5 CO.
Tioga, Fob. 3, 1869.
At Woods Gallery
2 Gem Platt:tree for 75 eta. All Styles of
work cheaper than elsewhere. Call and
Jan. 20, 1869-tf.
E. E. 13ULELEY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Flour, Feed and Moal,Westfield, Tioga 00, Pa.
Nov. 11, 1868.►1y
- -NEW AND LARGE STOCK OF
100,066 Pothids` of Wool
Tun subscribers will pay Clash, Full-Cloth,
Cassimeres, Flannels, &0., &0., for Wool.—
They also manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SHARES,
to suit ouetomera. All work warranteMa"o rep
rerouted. They invite particular attention to
which are warranted in every respect. Particu
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.
DoLotto & at Wellaboro, are ovate for
he sale of our Co. ; dlothe.
JOSEPHINGHANI & SONS
Deerfield, May 13, 1868-d.
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE.
0 . • ,
LI) saying that .a Pinipy. saved
earned, justifies. GArt,DIJEtt in naming his
establishment a Savings Bank. .. Economy is
Wealth, said 'smile old chap whoso name I have
forgotten; and it is economy.to trade where the
of high prices is being-prosecuted with 7lgor and
without reprieire: Lean eel Sugars,!Piuts; Mo
lasses, Fish, Pork, Flour '
Corn Meal, Coffees,
Panned Fruits, Spices, and everything intended
for family nee, giving the buyer the benefit
fall of the markets, an advantage duly appre
ciated by everybody,excep . ting only those verdan
who prefer PROMISINGTO PAY one ban
dred per cent. profits to the seller, to PAYA'NG
twenty-five per cent, cash .on delivery of the
goods, I shall offer my stock of goods at fair
EVERY FRIDAY, •
and fill up as fast as I tell out.
L. A. GARDNER
Weßebore, Juno 12, 1867.
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Agent for L. BOLLES & CO'S HOSE,
Binghamton, N. Y., and
ELMIRA SAW FACTORY,
Elmira, N. Y. - •
STOVES SOLD ON TIME.
Mansfield, Nov. 25,1868-Iy. G, B. SUP.
A. WILLIAMS et CO., have got the beat,
• largest and cheapest stook of Drugs; mod r
ioines, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils,' Dye Stuff,
Brushes, Varnishes, • Glass, Putty, Yankee No
tions, Perfumery, Toilot Soap, Fishing Tackle,
to., &se., ever brought into this county. They
will positively sell everything in theirline cheap
er than can, bo bought elsewhere. They,. bought
their goods in large quantities and for watt cash,
and can and will sell cheaper than any other es
tablishment in this aciunty. Call and examine
stock and prices. P. R. WILLIAMS .3; CO.
May 9,1868. No. 3, Union Block.
H. H. WOOD
[MA:WIELD , re]
BLACKSMITH, has two fires; and is prepared
to do all kinds of work in Ms line with prompt.
flees, and in a workmanlike manner. He aim as
at excellenoe in his trade.
Mansfield Awe 8, /868-Iy..
their Water' Pro-of
YES! YES! YES 1
A. J. THOMPSOIV,
W. A: ' Prinoipal,
Mesa' B. A:ROW/A i l: '' •• : ' Precelqr° 2ll 4
Atm.!! A.ll,Etimmiti ir:r.t..-.Teachor of Moil°.
• - CALENDAR' POR ,
Vfl n tar term tootlide N
neesioy. MI, closes Pebriuity 281
Spring 'arm cotakousas - Maiotilith,sindiloselJaniell:
- .EXPENSES PER TERM.
Prim ry Department $5,00
' Higher Ynglish $l,O O
Languages and Higher Mathematics, $B,OO
inetrutneutal Music ' • 'slo.oo
Each Term to continuo fonrfeen weeks. Dills, dna,
One half first day of term, romeltaleiiitinfddleift,erm.
No deduction made In tuition, e;copt for-eicknosa.—
N onetint Itebtetio nig hiethentatyrere, eshir lthidents
on entering .are requested to regleter- . theliltanitis to
gether With. the studies they WWI , to pureuo, and pay
ono-half°, their tuition. - . '• ' '
Boall,procul4 reaeotiable rates in.the
'• ' • - -By order' of the board of TRUSTEES.
Weli Vora, Nov. 4,1868.' • • •
RE. NEW GOODS!
John R. Bowen,
IS nOvr receiving a large and complete assort
moot of Fall it Winter
bought since the lato decline in prices in New
York, consisting of
Groomles, Hats & Caps, Soots & Shoes,
Particular attention is invited to our Stook, of
VALEZIMing 2 4 0213
Gaiters and • Hoop Skirts ; also a nice
line of- TEAS - , New Crop, very
fine at reduced prices,
A fine osiorttiont: of ',adios PUR4, very cheap,
all of which will - bliToraict4he rarzlowest mar
ket pri,ll:-'Wo roapacttollylnvltb all to call and
examine my stook before purehasing eleewhere.
re q;orp i No. 1 Union Block.
l 'aboro; Got. 21,1808.
v is Your Time to Buy!
VING more goods • than is necessary for
(this parketi I 7111 tell uiy entire stook of
!roams, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
'LATED, WARE, AND FAN
' CY GOODS,. AT COST.
G. Clocks at .1. $3,60.
tlklo 1 " 8,63.
ttage " " . . 1,70.
American Watches in Silver Hunting Cases a
$l9. Finer , Movement ,in heavier Cases, at cor
respOndingly ley/Trice. Plated Ware at Man
THIS 1S NO HUMBUG BUT A VER
'TABLE SAL :1
Call and am for yourso:l,
I'Vellaboro, April or,
over ST *Vare
FOR THE MILLION
od people all, both groat and small —if you
PEACE IN THE
you must havo onough to on t, dry wooa, a good
wife, well-bebavod ohildron, and to crown alt, a
P • TOP COOKING STOVE-!
ejardland or - Owning good, I have at my Tin
Stove establishment, oppositepoy'a:plook,
Sober*, and its name is the
HOME COMPANION ;
'allibande admitted to be equal to any in the
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER, ,
promptly, and warranted to give eatiefaotion.
exeouted In the best manner and with dispatch.
CALL AND SEE ME.
'ellaborough, Nov. 21,1887.
T O LA ,W, R• 5 -• • ,
In full setts,. at YOUNG'S BOOKSTORE.-,
TAB. M. tirgHtigßQH, of Oharleaton,having
purchased .the• right to make and vend the
H. P. Jones Watibing Machine In -Vega Couutyi
hereby gives notice that the nraohines are being
made at Van Horn's Cabinet Factory, Vellaboro,
where they may be procured.. -
The best; cheapest, and most sensiblemachine
ever invented: -
June 24,1868-tf. • •
iaint for Farmers a 'Others. •
HE GRAFTON MINERAL• PAINT 00.
are now manufacturing the Beat, Cheapest
and west Durable Paint in use; iwaeoate well :
puon, mixed with pure Unsaid Oil, will last 10
m . 5 rears; it is of a light brown or beautiful
Chocolate color, and can be charged to green,
1 0 4 stone, drab, olive or Dream,to suit the taste
of d m consumer. It is valuale for Rouses,
B ar es, Fences, Carriage- and Car makers, Pails
Ind Wooden-ware, 4Agrienitdral Implements,
Canal Boats, Vessels and Ships' Bottoms, Can*
vasMetal and Shingle Roofs, (itbeing Fire and
Water proofs,) Floor Oil Clothe, (one manatee.
tura r having vied 3,000 bble: the past year,) and
an d a s a paint for any purpose is unsurpassed for
body, durability, simplicity and adhesiveness.--
Price $6 per barrel of 800 lbs., which will supply
a fauser for years to come. 'Warranted in all
case as above. Send for a circular which gives
full ergo:altars. None' genuine unless branded
in a,trade mark, Graufton Mineral Paint. Per
eonican orde the Paint and remit the money
on rt aelpt of the goods. Address
• DANIEL BIDWELL,
June 8,1868-gm 254 Pearl St, New York.
C A SH Paid FOR HIDES,
by M. A. D CIRO.
W bort), Doe. 16, 1828, tr
260 Bushel - P/1 Imothy Seed. 100 bushels
• WRIGHT 1t .. • :cy.
:H PAID FOR WOOL, BUTTER AND
'HEINE, by 0. L. WILLCOX.
9 17, 1888.
s' - EAV — P - l'it In
TO BUY' SELL IS OUR
wE will buy a t- tho blghoat market price,
- 1 the following Article'.
SHEEP , ' p1;1,r8; , :DEACON SKINS,
- DEER SKINS; 'FURS,' HIDES,
for which we will pay (maw-
I We wilt confirm:4oB'o VrdoiylProoch or hOine
tannefTEALit oft , DOOTS; In itie Vest man
heratncVat falrrates i .and pay oapeoial attontion
to REPAIRING, .
'Wo kayo o first-rite stock of
on . :whibh We Weill hot be undersold, and frutn this
time wo shall make it a point to keep up the best
stock of .-
to bOlound• tur tile: county, which wo will sell at
a lower proftrtbati Such artiolos have over boon
Wu ~ttnll')ikewJso itiop up a good assortment
LADIES', BXLIIIOItAB, LEATHER
BOO`REgfifq„ 7 ,94lolcEN'S AND
Int l aggia4.o2alar VA
and all styles of MER'I3.;tV.OItIC.
LEA T 11,67.- J. FINDINGS
oaa be - bought of us as eboap as any where this
side of New York, and we shall keep a full stock
FKENCHCAI4, - ,k.wgpiell KIP, UP
PER,. soT.m; fANINos, AND
i ' • .. , -:. : - üBINDING, -,
, 1 i:-.J..- -f., 3 ivr pit;17331'.1 Ili .1i.1.1._, ` •.
Cfiltilto al 9 rIPAYMINA.IrtoSt TiIiMAD, AWLS,
'RASPS, GLOVERS 4 itIiaDERS, LASTS, ,
2 ‘ 4 9 4 .t 8 pea APT., 414tigo,,willin -found the ler
-gest At i iktp".ol; c pocCtqa,seY,for small profit..
We t , *eel 4.411 , ye - ;wean business. We
hive bo'fis, , lil y region long enough to be well
kuovn-16Vtltose who know pa try,ua. Corner
Of Maio-iiir-Cfralloti - stroOts, opposita Wm. Rob.
ertsolinvdrtrq'fitdro,_ ,- O. SEARS,
Wellsboro; . April 2.1,-,1110,7-tf. '
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To,Owners of Horse's and Cattle.
frOBIAS' DERBY CONDITION POWDERS ARE
warranted superior to any, others, or no pay, for
the cure of Distemper, Worms, Bets, Coughs, Hide
bound. Colds, Ac., in Horses; and Colds, Coughs, Loss
of Milk, Black Tongue, Horn Distemper, Ace., in Cat
tlo. They are perfectly safe and innocent; no need of
stopping the working ofyour animals. They increase
gbeappetlte, give a line coat, cleanse the stomach and
nrinaryorgans; also increase the milk of lows. Try
them, artayou wlli never be without them. Hiram
Woodruff, the celebrated trainer of trotting horses, has
used them for years, and recommends them to his
friends. Cot. Philo. P. Bush, of the Jerome Race
Course, Foniham, N. Y.. would not use them until he
was told of what they. are composed. since which he
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. He 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. • Price 25 cents per box. Depot, 05
Oortlandt Street, Now York. [Fob. 19]
THE Subscriber, being about to go west, of
ferii for sale at a great bargain to the pur
chaser, tho following prOperty, to wit: One hun
dred acres of land, situate about 4 miles South.
west of Westfield Boro, on Potter Brook Road—
seventy-five acres improved, the balance good
hemlock and hard timber, with good sugar bush,
good apple orchard, good frame barn and log
house thereon. Tho• farm is well adapted .to
harying purposes, having a 'plenty of living wa.
der on all parts. For terms, call on the subsori.
bey on the promisee, or address him at Westfield,
Tioga 00., Pa.'
• • 1868. WILIgHIt SABRE.
~„ I . : STYLE, and
withdespatoh,OTHE .'c • - OROffitie.
B USINESS !
Critics' I di/Wives! .of the Prate
Farm for Sale 1
WIRBSILE DREG STOUR.
0011,NING, N, Y
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, I4AINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, ICEITIPS
EDELL'S FLUID, EX-
T'S COCOAINE, FLAVORING
• CTS,,KEROSE'NE LAMPS,
NT MEDICINES, ROCII
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALLI,
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AOEN! I S FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE-
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested:
to call and got quotations before going further
W. D. TERBELL & CO
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1,18118--1 y
FOR SALE. 1869.
B. C. WICKHAM,
AT HIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOGA :-
10,000 Pear Trees.
A good supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES & SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit., trees are composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in bearing.) Any ono wishing to 'get a supply
will do well to call and ,see my stook before pur
chasing elsewhere. Air. Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Feb. 28, 1888—Iy*
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R. C. Bunn, Sec'y. W. S. Ross, Pres.
W. T. READ, Gen'l Ag't. L. D. SHOEMAKER, V. P
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $150,000.
THIS is the company for which Theodore
Hatfield was lately agent, and policy hold
ers who wish to renew their Insurance aro re
quested to apply to the subscriber.
Girtird Fire Insurance Co.,
J. ALVORD, THOMAS CRAVEN, President.
.Selerecary . , A. S. GILLETT, V. " •
All paid up in Cash
Surplus Over $160,000
Con inental Ins. Company,
OP THE CITY OF NEW YORK
Cash Capital, ' $500,000,00
Gross Surplus, Jan. 1, 1868, 1,314,590,81
Cash Assets, do 1,814,590,31
°Hales written at this office
IE T. ROPE, President.
LAMPORT. Vice President. -
I • CYRUS PECK, Secretary,
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE,
of thelatest style and approved workmanship
and with dispatch.
He keep constantly on hand both kinds or
Marble and will bo able to suit all who may fa
vor him with their orders, on ns reasonable terms
as can be obtained in the country.
Stonos discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as Bond ns new.
building at my mannfactory,in Lawrence. I Tioga Nov. 1, 1867—tf.
lacrlber takes this method of informing
o that ho has the agency of the above
es, and will be found at his office over
l ug Store, adjoining Agitator Office.
' JNO. I.
M oro, Pa., Feb. 26, 1868-tf.
Farmers of Tioga ounty.
T AM no
ems tho following advantages over al lothor
1. It eo.
2. It cl
3, It cle
ciratell oats, rat litter. and foul seeds, and
odd°, from wheat.
ns flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and all
ns timothy seed.
all other separating required of a mill .
is built of the best and most durable Um
style, and is sold cheap for cash, or pro-
4. It doe':,
bor. in goo.
I will tit
a patent sieve, for separating oats from
her mills, on reasonable tonne.
110 pita,* 10, IRMA f
treat External Remedy,
For Man and Beast.
IT WILL CUREREfEUMATISM
The reputation of Oil freParation Is so well caw,-
likhed, that little natl. bo said in this connection.
• On !SAN it has never failed to care PAINFUL
NERVOUS AFFITIONS, CONTP:ACTINO
CLES, STIFFNES AND PAINS IN THE JOINTi,
STITCHES kith° Beck, SPRA INS, BRVI3E3,
BURNS, SWELLL GS, CORNS and FROSTED FEET'
Persons affected with ßheumatism can be effectuelly
and permanently Cured by using this wonderfultpm.
ratiozu it penetratei to the nerve and hone inane
on being applied.
On HORSES it will cure SCRATCHES SWEENEY,
POLL-EVIL, 'FISTULA, OLD RUNNING SORE i,
SADDLE or COLLAR GALLS, SPRAINED JOLVTi,
STIFFNESS OF THE STIFLES, &c. It will prevent
HOLLOW-HORN and_ WEAR BACK IN SilLsti
I have met with great success in bringing my
Mixture within the reach of the Public, lam daily is
receipt of let te rs from Physicians, Dru gale ts, Reed ants
and Farmers, testifying to its curative powers.
DAVID E..FOUTZ, Sole Proprietor ),
April 7, - 18t18—/ M.-
HEARTH 'and HOME
Agricultural and FiresidO Jo ai,
STITEE4 handsorno- foliolpages, printed fr m new
typo, on anperflne book paper, and abundant y incur
tratOd by tho boot artloto.
DONALD G. MITOMILL •
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE,
&Belated by a corps of able editors and contributors fa
Ills devoted to the Interests of the .
11, and the FLORIST;
will contrib .
monces in fl
THE YJOYS AND GIRLS
llnd their own paqa always lighted wit.:l such fu?
In plat Ares, and' fun in aorta?, as shat make them
look sbnri)ly every we 3 .•:. f)r comirvt of 11 - IFL'iTtTll
TEWITS F 01: 1869.
elngle Copies tt, Inrart-.131v tnez; 8 Coplet
4110, 5 Oopto• eta. Any S • V•IF , " Or a c'ib
of 15 Coptea (all at ono receive a ropy
floe. a 11
No travelling agents ernploy_.J. tom.
PETTENGILL, BATE' & CO.,
KNOXVILLE,' TIOGA CO., PA
ELIAS HORTON, Principal.
lits.A.DA W. HODTON, Preceptress.
M iss MIRA HORTON, Assistant.
3liss AMANDA DRAKE, Teacher of Music
CALENDAR FOR 1867-8.
Fall Term commences ' Sept. Sd, Winter Term No
20th, Spring Term Feb. 18th, 1868.
i EXPENSES PER TERM.
Primary ,Department I t 5 00
Common English . 600
Higher English 7 00
Languages and Higher Mathematics, 8 00
Instrumental Music, extra 1 10 (),:t
'Vocal Music, extra 1 1 00
Drawing, extra I 300
Room Rent 1 / 50
Board periweek... . . 350
Knoxville, August 14, f867-tf. •
Planing di Turning.
• B. T. VAN HORN,
NAVING got hislC ew Factory in operation.
is now prepared to 1111 orders for Cabinet
Ware promptly and in iho best style.of workman
ship. ( Having procured a
be is ready to dross boards or plank with dispatch
SCROLL-WORK & BRACKETS,
furnished to order. Elie maobines aro of the new
eat and most improved :patterna.
Shop corner of Pearl and Waln Sta, WELLS
Oct. 31, 1866-tf.
Ili' J. STICKLIN,
Chairmaker i Turner, , and
SALE ROOM, opplAite Dartt's Wagon Shop,
Main Street. FACTORY in Sears . & Wit.
Hams Foundry, second story.
Orders promptly filled and' satisfaction guaran
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
Wnllsboro, Jnno 12; 1867. J. 4TIOKL.IN.
For doing a family l Washing in the beet and
eheupest manner. Guaranteed equal to any in
the world ! Iles 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,'88-Iy.
Tioga Marble orks.
THE undersigned is now p epared to exe
cute all orders for Tomb St nos and Monu
ments of either
Valuable Farm for Sale.
A farm of three hundred acres, with tWo
dred and twenty-five Rues improved. Sit
uated two miles north of Tioga 'Village, on the
Tip River and liallrocd. Well watttered, un
der a good state of cultivation, and good build
ings. ,Also four houses rind lots for snlo in Tioga
T. L. LALDIVIN.
Tieva, Feb. 12,1858—tf.
CAGICE LOT OF GRAIN BAGS for sale
cheap ! at WRIGHT &BAILEY'S.
Welliboro, June b,1867.
Ir:PArtli IIow,NRW YORK.
B. T. VAN HORN