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N ' vEDN'§P.AY, A.PR11,4 28, OP.
Kew ' "
Town Lots foi
Bank Report—J. L. Roblneen;reaehter. '
Orphans' Court Sale-Rstate 'of lilßthew
In Banknipto3A, - Jams ,M. Runnel.
Orphan' entre, Salci- 1 -' Eats to I r if Pli-ilO a Jilin.
orphans' Ccitiii"Saiii=atitatoof Josp_it Hoyt,
Spring and fitniriir p 4.
Orphans' CotirtSale-Eitatin of . MinorTHeujs.
Bark Wanted-llay4A-A.Geralr.k .
Circular Mill fur Sabi--Edward Mayer
Losr--a rPan's gray shawl; on thell
ega road, between A. E. Lent's , anti.Nitee'..: The
finder will'muoh oblige the owner Ity sending - it
to this Office._ ,
NOTARY.' XITHLIC.—Gov. Geary has
a ppointed Henry Allen, Esq., of Mansfield, a Hd
tary Public:. Wo congratulate bile. •
Miss Adelaide Ladley, •forin,erly Pre
ceptress.c; f the.Maisflileiltormal School, is lying
very ill o f brain fever, at her residence, Brooklyn,
PERSONAL.7T IIO Governor has reap
pointed R. C. Simpson, En., of this village, No
tary Publio. - Mr. Simpson is an 'excellent officer,
and the appointment is a credit to the public
BAPTISM. — Rev.. C. A. Stone admin
istered the rite of baptism, by immersion, to
seven persona at Cherry Flats, Sunday 18th inst.
Others await the ordinance.
CONCEE.T. — The Concert .by theWells
boro Cornet Band will como off on Friday evening,
April 30, instead'of Saturday evening May 1, ns
advertised last week. Let everybody go.
CORRECTION.—We erred last week In
sonounoing tho commencement of Mrs: Bush's
eel:loafer tittle folks on Monday, May 12.. It
commences Monday, May 10. ,
FIRE - IN LAWRENVEVT.I.4;E.---"A. F.
"On Tuesday afternoon, the 13th inst., a fire
was discovered issuing from the roof of the res
idence of Dr. Lewis Darling, Jr., but by the
promptness. of ;the citizens' in gathering to the
scene, and their exertions after arriving, tho
flumes were stayed with but a small loss to either
building or furniture, both of which were covered
The fira originated from a defect in the, chim
NEIIH'APORIAL. We, last week
omitted tohlotice lho dissolution of the firm of
Hooker etJenkinst,i publishers of the Norther;;
Tier Gazike, at Troy. Mr. Hooker has purchas
ed Mr. Jenkins' interest, and,the paper will here
after be carried on by Mr. Hooker. The Gazette
is sue of the moat enterprising journals in the
State, and deserves a large patronage. We do
not learn what becomes of Mr. Jenkins. •
BUSINESS.—Mr. William Roberts of
Ibis village, and Mr. R. C. Bailey late of_ Mors:is
Ran, have effected a partnership in the Hard,
ware and Tin trade, under the name of Roberts
Bailey. Thi new firm starts under favorable
auspices and cannot fail of an increasing and
IVo mistook the fact in stating, two weeks ago,
that Mr. E. H. Hastings had t purchased the Mil
ler property on :Nichols Street. Ho purchased
the property lately owned by Mrs. Green.
REMEMBER THE DAY.—SURdriy, the
30th day of May . , proximo, is sot apart by the
Grand Army of the Republic for the decoration
of the graves of the bravo boys who fell in the
war for national life. Last year the day was re
membered by a few, only, of this place, and t l i fiose
few mindful ones were wom'ti_n. No excuse can
lie rendered this year for neglect of this sacred
d u ty. It falls on g0 , .. 01 "u - , --"- mires
do not distract.
The eemetries of Tioga. county contain the ashes
~t many bravo soldiers: TIM \ heroes of the-war
deserve all tliat we can do in their remembrance.
Their eaoritice, the 'cause in wldet they fell o'd
ever be •fir,li in recollection. Let our people re
member "Decoral4n Day," and strew every gravo
lowevcr liumbl, rith flowers. •
ISIPROVEME TS.—A. P. Cone, Esq.,
has broken groan for a brick hotel to occupy
the site of the 01. United States, burned two'
}ears ago. We ha o not examined th‘plans and
ilevation, but - rear that It is to bo oklaree.sto
nes', with stores on tho ground floor. We believe
Mr. Cone intends tb put up a first-class
much, when opendd to the Public, will compare
tAvorOly with any hotel outside• of the large
enieL He entitled to tho gratitude of not.
, mly the traveling public, but to that of the citi
zens as spell.
Van Horn 1s stout to erect it new and spacious
Wareroom oh t'h i e site of the old building used
heretofore fdr ~Lat ?purpose. His business is
Headily Moreasing, fact which rejoices his
fronds and patrons.
.His factory is now most
cztaplefe in its appliances, the machinery being
v iew and of the,best patterns and improvements.
Ills planers and matching machine have abolish.
ti*k-plano and reduced the cost of building
west rably. lie contemplates enlarging his fee
toy i r t no diitlnt day, to make: room for other
2zzlz . nery 4e,guired by increasing patronage.
Mr: Franklin L. Soars has purchased the Foun
d') property, and proposes to enlarge the circle
its patronage. He has engaged the cervices of
Mr. S. S. Spencer, o first-class operative . machin
t,t, and we know no reason why men should pass
W•;11,1,0ro and go to Corning for any work ex
,pt pjaning. Shall we have tho plerisure of an
towing the purchase of a planer of iron (it has
Woodworth machine,) for the Foundry and
Nl.whine Shop ?
Wight & Bailey aro putting a neat front into
their new store ;_but nh ! if it had • been a nice
rich store how much better it would have been.
t!o. , Messrs. Startlock have just completed 'a
wsurtrully arranged set ofbnok eases for the Rog
tiur and Prothonotary. The herivy books lie fiat
nn friction rollers, thus avoiding the wear and
tf,tr of the old method. Tho cases are specimens
TioGA LOC474.—WP notice the return
village of our sojeurnor Orwatermelon no
'.'netY. He brings with him four sturdy foreign
tho &baps to hoe the One, and bare an
zihuti.latice of melons on hand for the fall cam
The residence of C. Otte Thatcher has been en
e!esed with a neat, and durable picket fence. To
those whose fences aro‘old and shabby, we - would
, t)'--" yo thou and do likewise."
i.e log-runners are yery hn4y r r t pyckront in
111 vicinity, running tti . o spring drive to the
nulk a Lawtenceisille.
,hi Van Ostin i 8 'making a - great improve
tt,-1.1 la the appearance or the store lately ocen-
Pot by J. J. Brady. Ito has bought the proper
ty, and will keep, as usual, a first lasssaloon
Ahial Sly lost a good five year old horse lea
im , lay. Disease unknovvu, at least' to your cor
llpirophohin has made its appearance, a dog
la.•eu killed last Sunday riot fa; from here,
nneted ;Silt that disease: Tito village autheri
n as yet donoinothing in the way of pro
ttenon. Wo hear of several cases at or near
I•nwh's creek. A steer was bitten there, and
ILed in great agony, and it is supposecl many
n..rp bitten, as the (Add (we pretj through
Is :hs night.
lime.. that the whole canine topily aunibi.
/41 ' .1 than ono person be even closed to this ter
• , 10 Brooklyn steam Mill bds again min•led
1. 111 , 111 %oleo with the others ofktlmpinee. Our
thoweary steammusic is now represei tad in l ulb,
. ' I , 1.1. , 1 by an occasional chorus rind po high=
14' 1 ".iv—from the "Iron horse," it reri erg it - very
vb. , . tbe, and partieulrirly Po, about five o'clock
~, thv tent - fling. ,
. liii n' is a rumor in circulation to the effect,
', l ''` I lir "imcky Oil Well" is to ha tested again
'''' =I" nig. But It - will taken vigorous action on
ti!t I.:-.t of those interested, to create any excite
%tot 1 , , oil speculation again.
11 , 11. , 'Puller has gono.to New York to 'repien
-1.1, hK muck of Yankee potions, drugs, he. Ho
i ' .. t l ,
I' , a good assortment of the above article's and
21 , ' '' t 4,t1 With him vfill find Tay to Ms a-pleas
, ,1 -1 Sf:rceablo (radar. " ' ''. . ' '
,e : l " , feel.".-'ve cannot with ft duo ;ward for
t l dtliver our "horn" over to Lairrensevilln:
41 ng.a we should be thrice happy to hear a
lit front thatlocality. thyt ti st
r mvit "horh," or tannin in it dormant Ante
I Gnbriel somidstille final tromp. '
ansficid has fnrnidted them wilt] all attorney,
nitro given iilPien illllollore ntiti tvag.):l
- and Could %rellsi,n r o s•nd th , m 401X1"
(ion merchant, or instil anee agt.i.t, p. Owl's
.%i•otila he net, enough l'ot ' I ,
rfn or two.
ossip.—entelty aml injubt ice :1 ppear
1111,re contagkus !lam kindliet•
As it is easier to' 1;11)1 ilovin !Low it4s. to
but d up, so it is easier to fall than to climb.--
WI have been reminded Of these things by the
labred effort of Aumebody in a lato number of
Pu a nem to rob a do./el wart,of what, fh,onoP it
ii liffiniinch geed notr,"sfill . ..,kolonged
and whim,' ' 'heirs aild friends', forei
or . • 1 Aitino, WOlfo, t thorof i that pop.
l ik ota.
ulaY poem, "The Burial of Sir John Moore,"
"T ho writer in Putnam, alluded to, publishes
that poem inThoth French and German, claiming
that both the French and the Gorman versions
antedate IVolfee poem. It is a noticeable fact,
however, that gm writer in - Putnantdoesnot pr--
dude proofs in support of his theory. If the
French and' German' ;torsions. antedate Wolfe,
su \ rrl y some book; or periodictil, must he in ex
ist.t nce, the date of which might be supposed to
'sele the question. V ie aro not of those who
g,i.. tly-value Wolfe'; poem as a.sample of poe
t/. ; but it touched a tender spot in the public
he rt when' it 'appeared, and has• retained its
hod up to this,ago,
,' • - . ' ,
F.-However, Wolfe, his poem and his faine,is
net the subject of our story. It is founded,
rather; upon a complaint put up by Mr. Patrick
Ma l Whirter, " a gallus Irishman", who sends us
lb. following morceau under the nrupe and style
of "Daylight in a Barnyard";
r The zephyrs of morning play over the tatocs,
ATho mist is so lazy it don't care a darn;
plan of praise o'er tho sleeping tomatoes
Is ringing to welcome the coming consarn.
Is loftily ringing, exultingly ringing' •
From the spot where an old dunghill rooster
The end of the ridge.pple—the peek of the
barn ! " PATRICK JAMES McWRIRTEn."
L --And complains: That one Goo. W, Sears,
not having uhe fear of the tenth Muse before his
eyes, and with irreverence
years ago, write, and furnish to the ActrArolt,
certain lines in )he nature of a parilii'upon
er )certain velSes composed by Patrick James
M.Whirter, and Plublistied foregoing. In testi.
In ny whereof the said P. J. Me W., submits the
al eged parody by Mr. G. W. S., and asks us to
p latish the same in vindientien of
M W's) life, fortune; and — l:acted honor. Hero
is the alleged parody, entitled—" fbe
F.rest' ; : „ ,
- • • •
he ziphiis of moreirigaro stirring the . larches,
And lazily , lifting, the mists roll army;
IA preen of praise, thro' the. dim rdiest,nrch'es,
.Is ringing, to welcome the advent of dity :
Is loftily ringing, exultingly ringing,,
From the spot where a little brown songster is
The top eft ahemlock—the uttermost spray."
• G„141. SEARS.
(We recollect very well Oat we begged the
flblieation of the above seen lines, sonic five
ears ago ond prefaced therh-with some words
of eulogy. We do not see just where tbe " par
ody" comes in; nor do we admit tho . prior claim
of P.. 1. Mo W. In turning over an ancient book
the other day we were greatly surprised to find
something antedatini both; and as a matter Of
mkriosit r y feel bound to lay what Fe ems " to be thiS
orginal of "Daylight in aDarnyard," before .a
cr tical public. It is supposed to have been
w itten by the author of the Sorrows4if Weiler
a d Thaddeus of Warsaw, sometime during the
10 h century. More elegant French seldom gots
pr nted in these degenerate days. The poem -ia
Arco les potnmes do terre les zephyrs du twain
J - s'amuser,
Les brouillardes paressett6 ne s'inquieter pass
Un chanson de gloiro pour les pommea del'utn : -
1 our cndarmio, ' '
'onnant ost bon aceneil par haut et par has : .
n haut lest sonnant, ovue transport'es.t_ hob:-
Hors la perebo ou le coq vitrux du farrier tea
48.1;EA UX.—The Ladics of the M. B. Church
village will give an entertainment consisting
Dialogues, and Tableaux, on 'neerlug
ere iby of next week, at the Court
"Geo. Lyman, one of tho orphan boys, got, two
of his fingers on the left hand badly cut with a
circular saw at Elliott & Clark's factory, 'Thur's
day, 22d inst. George was one of a party of or
phans detailed to handle lumber. and got-lily
trouble by being where ho ought not, to kayo
been. The proprietors of the factory would dotibt
less be glad if those not in their employ. would .
keep away from the machinery. They 'Cannot al.
ways be watching, or - spend their entire time to
save from trouble, such as have an irresistible
desire to get hurt. Master Lyman had felt the
ed o of the saw only the day before.
ni .g a.‘f bran new" lot of goods and groceries.
Ir. 0 V. Elliott, our enterprising. druggist and
P. M., bis been cleaning up and whitewashing;
and is now off to New York after now goods. By
the way, we ea* a great pile of wall-paper, nice
and cheap, make its Way, to his counters the other
day. What in tho world do you mean to do with
Mr. Fenton Allen, for three years steward of
the State Normal School, has gone to Seneca
Falls N. Y. and engaged in the tub manufacturing
business. Mr. Allen-11ns been back hero a few
days on business. .
In reply to Mr. Henry llollands, of Blossburg,
vrho asks if "Accidental" "knows of any place
where they tako only those who voto on one side
a r s a basis of representation," I would say: I do
not consider the question fairly put. If ho had
asked if I knew of any place where a larger class
were represented, than had a _voice in choosing
representatives, it would have ,boon •germane to
the view:ho tots taken 1 • and 1 know of many
Bitch places; it is an old 1;Inglitill rule and has
Uasted in nearly or quite every, State in our
nion, over since the formation of the Federal
Overnment ; but thanks to the "141 h arriendrubot"
tt at is to bo dispensed with hereafter. In• a
state or national legislature, or other publio,
of sembly; where al iyartles.areJolan'sepreSditUd,'
to whelp and nqt a part, or party elope, - should
h made the basis cif representation; but in a
rty caucus or convention, where only a part,
f rming a party, aro fo bo 'represented, to make
a, unrepresented class or. party, a part in 11. e
Basis of that representation, is to return to ex
ploded ideas, and doctrines "adverse" to toe
spirit of the age in which we live. . .
The whole vote of Tiogal eounty at the i last
()Outlet glection, was 74110. _
Republican Vote 6411.
Democratic vote 2088.
Mr. Ilollands asks for a' Republican party:
Convention, made up of tiS utotubers, or ono dele
gate to every 110 voters, which tvoitßl trite 19
delegates in a Republican conveutilm, for the
2088 democratic votes cast. Probably the dem
ocrats would nut object to lbe—nrron,getnorit, it
they could have their say in ebooi•itig the 19
delegates. To illustrate: Moss hus. a lB n a d
ti v n o cl t k es
giving her four delegates. Fall Brook
von hart? . 4 tgl yelps which would entille them to
four delegates. 'floss has 334 Republican voteii,
and Fall Brook and Jackson 237—making thLiti
equal to Bloss, tiiith 97 fewer Republican electors,
and gaining one delegate over the Klass Repub
licans, by virtue of their nureprettented dtitno
ertig yotp being spade a part of th e basis o f
r resentation,according to Mr. lloliands, plan.
tint it is a , foolislt thing to find fault with any ,
thing, fur which we can provide nothing better;
that I think 1 can do by modifying 1 111 r. 110
plan so as to make it comply tyitli itepithlica»,
and not Dom ieratic principles. Make: the. It.-
publican vote of the lust proceeding 9c101,:r
election, the hasis of tlelegate' rerf!ellttitioP iu
every Qopventi,m, aud itatemildlean in flluee will
1,0 equal to a it Ttrook ; and
my 'word for it, there will Lc it.:sfy- littte Repoltii-,
,can buckwheat threshed at the tletabcr Elections.
3r-so a&.31. o Ist
HOUSE CLEA -II ugli Young
& Co., are now receiving their Sprinir Stuck QC
Wt ll and iVindoirAtapers, tholein
Verd and. 4e.t
which the.t are
il oi'v);saiii . g . qt. I:cry fignree.
persons minting ginrnis in their line will 4 0 wen
to examine their stock before buying elsewhere?;
No charge for showing goods.
" L' AUDE-EN LA METAIRIE."
eommeit a n 1. .....••e:e= Tv ear nnneti.••.f 1 10.11;
And with this we- respectfully submit the
of MeWhirtor VII. -- Sears to the judgment
critical public, knowing that the author of
Sorrows of Irertor'rs beyond reach carp
oriticihm, and superior to the base envy
eh rends the souls of modern pacts.
losers. Hall &,. Co. ' late of Springfield, Brad
it Co., have leased of C. V. Elliott, M. D,. the
Iding formerly occupied by him as a drug
re and P. 0., on Main street, last used by C.
Brosvn as n grocery store and saloon. , Dan A, -
have refitted the rooms, and are about ope-
MuLANFI—BI./M.-4n Layikneerille, April
13th WA.. by Rev. Wm. M. Rawson, of Nelson,
.Ir. Alexander McLane, of Prescott, to, Miss
iarau Butts of the former' place." . •
To wNSIIND-1 - 10ELANDg.°—In' Brooklyn,
N. S'., at the residence of Mr. T. C.ruttendect, by
Bee. S. Meeker, Mr. Daniel' W. C. B. Tinin
eot..l, Of:the 'above 'Place, and 'Mists third
.IRughter of Willitmllollands'Esq. of Mansfield
BRANCIL—Died 3n Lawroncovillo, April 13th
inst., Mreppiana Brati9h, aged 78 year?.
State Street• Lots.
P. COREVirig lald.off his; land. on
:State Street into town 'odd now offers
them for sale on reasonablo terms. . ;
Wellaboro, April 28,1889 i.
riIHIS le'to give notiee t That on the
22d day of•T,anunry A. D. 1860, a warrant
yi lionkruptoy was issued agaluat the •estate of
Jumee M. Bunnel of Wellsboro, in the county of
Tioga, and State of Penn'a, who has been adjudg
ed a Bankrupt on petition of his creditors; that
the payment of any debts and delivery of any,
property belonging to'snch'Bitnirupt, to Mai, or
for his use, and the 'transfer of any property by
hint aro 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
°state, will be' held at the court of Bankruptcy,
to be hoiden at the office of P. E. Smith, in the
Boro of Tioga, Pat,"rhefore F E Smith, Register,
on the - 10th day of Mey, A - 1:1 1860, at 10
o'clock, A. M.-
• • ' THOMAS A. ROWLHY,
U. S. Marshal We torn District, Pa.
Apr 29/69. Per DATID CAMEIIONADOVy
Orphane Coutl Sale.
DY virtue of an Order of the Orphan's Court
jj_ of Tioga County, I will expose to, solo by
pnbliO outcry at the Court House, Wellaboro on
Thursday, May, 20th, 1869, at 2 o'clock P. M.,
then and there, to the highest and best bidder,
the, following described 'Real Estate, the prop
erty of , Ella S. Hoyt and Eva C. Hoyt, minor
children* of JOsopt Hoyt and
_Sophia, Hoyt, do.
ceased, to wit:
A Ant of, ,land 'situated
,in the Boro of Wells.,
boro, TiOga County, Pa. Bounded on thellorth
by lands or A. P. Cone, on the East bi lands of
U. U. Fisher, on the:South by State Street, and
on tho West by land of Eliza Maxwell, contain.
ing of nn :tore, more or less, with a one story
Iratno Donee tinct some fruit trees thereon. -
. April, 28, 1869-1 m
th:phans' Court , Sale. ,
- 13 Y VIRTUB • OF. an , order' of'tbe Orphans'
JD Court of Tioga cotinty,.l Will offer at pub
lic sale at the Court House in , WollsbOro, Friday,
-the 28th day, of May nest, at 2 o'olOck p m, the
following, reat.estate,• late the property of Minor
,Delmar, deo'd : - • •
A lot of land in Morris, 'surveyed on warrant
N 0.4378. James Wilson warranted.' It being
all of !Mil' tract lying west of the top of the
bill, west of Stony "Pork crook, coindiencing on
the South • line Of said tract, at the top or said
hill, and ;running a straight line to a poltit on
the -North lino, at the top of said The
pOint of said hill to be considered as the point,
at the top of rocks, containing about seven hun
dred and fi fty acios. Terms Cash. ' '
Apr, 28;'69-lm. ' Adm'z, of M. Benjamin.
of Tioga County
31. Kelly - 14 $7 '
David McToy 14 7
John A Martin -15
0 F Taller 14 7
II 1V Holden 11 7
Chas Chapel, bllliards,Bo
.11. Run Coal Co. 6 CO
.1 1. Belden,' 14 7
Jll Paltort.on 11 7
Janien Kelly 14 7
Thomas 1101 14 7
Elijah Pla iner 'l4 7
.Limes Illoiiiin 14 ' 7
.1! A Dero`w 14 7
.111 H Mite! ell 14 7
.1 0 Evan , 14. 7
Jame& Tri hey 14 7 .
1. 11 Smith', 14 7
.1 1. 'Belden 11 7
~Ineob l.A4.om4-. - -i-i .7 . 60
. y 1../i
l r W 'llionins . 14 7
S F.: Culdwsll 14 7
111,4 , .3 Ma 11.11 Co 8 111./ "
W llorkenber - gor Bey 8
11 1 rsch . Ely & Co 14 7
Moss .11/ & RR Co 8 110
IL C Bailey 4.: Co 11 10
Wool a Stanbro' 14 7
Win Simmons 14 7
MT 0 Bristol 14 7
B 14 '
Took'r c Burus'ilel4
C 1 3 Bristol 14 7
W C Stubbs 14 7
John Short l4 7
S Noury . 14 7
W A Newcomb 14 7
SAndere k Newelll4
J I 1 utj tau, restaurant 5
Packard & Keenylt 7
3 C flennott 14 7
I' 1. Clark 14 7
F. Dyer - 14 7
.I 0 Pilau 14 7
Albert Tlpplo 14 7
.1 1` Westbrook. 14 7
C o oper & Kohler 14 7
D F Stono 14 7
Holman Horgan 14 7
L E Rockwell 14 7
G 8 Parsons 14 7
it V Purple 34 7
1 B Payne 14 7
W Wagoner 14 7
Af :11 Leo 14 7
Job - Willcox 13 10
Colo & Co. 13 10
Win Colo 14 7
Tuhbe a Cramlalll4
Dornbach 14' 7
A J Tillman 14' 7
I/Wilco& Duub'r 14 7
J C 'Whitaker, hill ds 30
.1 G Prltl‘burst 13 10
Buckbeo & Co. 14
Heed 14 7
Fall Ilth COlll CO. 5 00 00
A J Doane
S X Killings
1) K Marsh
.T Wilcox • 14 7
Mlcll.Tau 14 • 7
I , It lirygi. 14 7
noynton 14 7
II Lane 14 7
Cling Shelve jr 14 7
KNOXVILLE 0000' • •
011 Wood 4; Son 12 ~1260
L Case 3: Co 14 7
A Dearman . 14 7
W D Knox 14 7
.Goodsp'd &Pi ido 14' 7
tiVin B Smith .14
Win D KnoN 8000
.1 Dearman 14 7
M Martell 14 .
Giles Roberts 14 7
T. B Itoyuold.t 14 7
Truman .Gilbert 14 7
LAWRiINCEVILL E, 8080
George McLean 14 7
L Kolb /4 'l'
360 Adonis 14 7'
P Leonard 14 7
Joseph Pliippen 14 . 7
C S Matkier 4Co 11 15 00
Moser Newman 14 7
S E Caldwell 14 7
Na) Ioa• & Moore 12 1210
1) Ix id 11 Werline 14 7
seta Mlllerl2 12 Ed)
We) lisle & Unrt'n 12 1250
(3 It Sheffer 14 7
C & Son 14 7
13 Seelemann 14 7
A 1: Comstock 14 7
10 Albeck 14 7
J 4 D - patip 14 7
W 131ae1 well & COl4 7 .
Henrietta 'testa 11 7
Notice is hereby given that an appeal will be
held ut the Cannuissioners office iaUsher°, on
ibp 24 day of Juno A. D. 1809; between the
hours of 10 h. tn. and . lo p. in., at which timo and
Place all persona aggrieved by the foregoing ap
prai,euhrit Will be hoard; rind such abatements
ovule 7.8 ~Cetus proper and j_ueti and all persons
failing to appear at said iime and Pince, will ho
doblrred feria making any defence before me,
StlIA II VIIOST,
ApPrhiser , for Tioga Co,
Ap e . , iscg. •
PO ItT A 131,14', ENGINE ,
and nna run Of French Burr
1.7 Stories for Peed, for sale, very cheap. • Par
tics Con sei? the Illaelli LIDA running up to the tat
of May. NEWII ALL REESE,
Creos..April 21, IBGIY-3af;
NCiTICE TO TEACIIEBS.—The School Bi
rectors of Ilteolcfield I'M meet ut the Red
Setato' lielits &Audit:Y. April a ith inst., nt 10
4. m. fotitio purpoec:of contracting with teach
ers far Kumuner , sehoolP. Teachers met bring
their cerliGeales:. Otber Unsinetra trans
'acted. By order of the Board.
April 21, 1869. L. D. BEELY, Seo'y. •
'or Oe Y;ar
B Parkhurst 14 7
D Mains 14 7
Fox ec Clark 14 7
It D.Doud• ' 14 7
Adams & 'Vincent 14 7
W Wil'helm 14 7
C Slingerland 14 7
(IN Elliott 14 7
J Webster' 14 7
Chas Slingerland 30 00
1) C Ilolden 14 7
R N lloldun 14 7
N Kingsley 14 7
W Phelps 11 '
J 14 7
E W Phelps 1 0 00
Murdough & Plttsll 15 00
EOlnoy 14 7
'Mart King 13 10
[Er — l4
J 110Iraon *Co 14 7
9I C Potter 14 7
S Staples 14 7
Rhl Keeney 14 7
V 11 Holiclay,Eatlng II f 00
A J Smaitli • 14 7
U&74lUWhite 11 7
C B Whited 1:1 10
Seeley & Bogart 14 7
FIB& JB Cambll:l 10
Parkes & Bros 14
It K Skinner 14
N Strait &Co 14
Henry Seoloy 14
Martin & Bos'th 14
Wm B. Taylor
RHammond &Co 14 7
II C Bosworth j 14
Sonley 6tCraodi 14 7
P Crandall & Ccir
Levi Skinner j. 4 7
T J JilefY ad
Elmer Backer - 12 1250
Watkins &Co 13 10
Minor Mills 14 7
J D Vetkrer 14 7
I V llarliness 14 7
0 D Lolb
J 11 Hathaway fi 00
S C Alvord 14 7
II II Donlon & Co 14 7
J Van Osten 14
Baldwin &Co 11
11 H Smith Sonl4
J VanOsten, billiards 30 00
JOreph Fish 13 10
Philo Tuller 14 7
P S Tuttle 13 10
Johnson & Lowell 14 7
J J Bratly• 14 7 ,
B B Borden 14 7
J Shleffelln 14 7
111cicham & ,Farr 11 15 00
J II Mitchel 14
F dc D Irvin 14 7
T B Griswold 14 7
John Irvin 14 7
Edgconib & II 14 7
Jl3 SO anard'kl4 ' 7 ,
S Wilcox 14 7
Kruseh a Pease 11 15 00
F L Scoville 14 7
L Plapic 11 7
Thomp,'n Pliird 14
Burks & Hun ter 14 7
D mcNaughton 14' 7
K ¢ MU, billiards 30 00
J Swarzenbach. brewer 500
Sanders, 'r Sc Co 14 7
E B Dtilkley 14 7
A& N trlo.ve 'l4 7
Wilson 4 van v. 13 10
J n llowetk U 15 00
C B Kelly 13 10
Converse & Osg 14 7
B Prince .14 7
Converse d: Osg 12 12 60
O Hastings 14 7
webb &Ilastingsl3 • 10
C Van Valk'b'g 14 ,7
II Hastings 14 '7 •
J 0 Wheeler 14 7
DeLano &Bacho 11 16 00
John 4 Bey 14 .7 •
sirs Bunnell 14 7
b A Gardiner 14 7
1 W T stathers 14 7
Toles & Barker 13 40
C L Wilcox 13 10
Bullard & Co 14 7
B T Van Horn 14 7
Warriner 14 7
Thomas Harden 11. 15 00
E 11 Kimble - 14 7
Charles Stevens, B. 11 6 00
Sears & Derby 14 7
Vm Roberts 14 7
11 Young 6: Co 14 7.
1.5.1' gamy-. 14 7
A Foley 14 7
WrightOlailoy U 16 00
Om Hazlett, I: II 6 00
" 2 billion% 40 00
C Shaffer, brewery, , 500
' le the.only Infallible Hair
tong Gray Hair to its'arle
tnatlug its growth; •
21 is the. cheapest preparatiq
the public, as. org bottle'
and accomplish more ilia
' 'and oiler preparation.
Our Rollover is not a Dye. It will not stain
the skin as othell. :It willkeep the hair from
falling out. It cleanses the Ificalp and' makes
the hair soft, lustrone, and silken. •
Our treatise on the flair sot froo by mail.
R. P. 11.441 JG CO., Nashua, ProPrietors.
For sale bYaiiDruggists. I ' [Apr. 14, 1869.
MORGAN & TIP
ARE mottling , fresh lots
every day at . their Stor
and hereby give notice .that
one-horse towns liko Wenab
Soo if wo don't do it.
April 21, 1880—dri.
VLECTION OFFIC I ERS.—The, Annual
AU' meeting offthe stocithlders of the Tioga
Improvement Compuny i and an election for of.
core to serve the ensuing year, will beheld at the
office of tho Company, No. 23, Philadelphia Ex
change, in the city of Philadelphia, Tuesday,
May 4, 18G9,.at•12 o'clock.
April 21, Is6o-8t
Spow SACKS and SACKINGS, at
DELANO A CO'S
April 14, 1.5d0.
ANEW lot of POPLIN'S ALPACAS
anti Satins for Trimmings at
PE LANO A; CO.
2 . 1pri1 . 14, 1869
claw- - - 3Eistiaairis
ART GALLERY • ,
18 thei)lace to get your PHOTOGRAPHS. New
and Rustic Scenery. The xi w Cabinet size made
in any position. apr. 14, 1869.
ASPLENDlti'itlick of }old Gloves only $l,OO
at DE LANO & CO.
.. . _ __
A -1 -
A LARGE Stook of Spn
April 14, 1869
HALO PHOT 1 GRAPHS
Made at CLAY KING'S Art Gallery, at $1.25
per dozen. Also HALO AMBROTYPESOarge
size for frames, $1,50 each. apr. 14, 1809.
In Tipga County for sato at
April 19, 1869
Picture Franite Mouldings
which will be manufactured to order at roasona
Is often quite expensive, but this you have for
If by accident, you yet scalded, bruised,
burned, or sprainet4 then apply
immediately; for it is quick to give relief;
and powerful to cure pain Ind soreness,
If, you are afflicted with lameness, or
numbness and stiffness of the limbs, or with
severe pain, or painful swellings like Neu
ralgia and Inflamatory Rheumatism, then
byall means. Apply it quickly so as not to
leave it open to the air ; and use it according
to directions on the bottle.
TlOO A 00110
If you hare S'Ore Throat, or Quinsy, or
Felons, or Caup, or Pleur l 'sy, or Chilblains,
or any of these 'disorder that require an
outward remedy((, then
• ' SALUTI IERl ER
is what you want, far it Os proveda bless
inq to thousands. Althoul h it is reckoned
to be one of the strongest 71 edicines ; yet it is
so safe that even a child 712 y
handle & use it.
Kept constantly on hand for immediate use,
will certainly prevent much su f fering, and
If you are prudent and economical and
desire to surd expense;
Is found to be a saving of more than $lO a
year in all families that use it. '
lAtir•For` sale by all Dr l
Depot 252 Greenwich St.,
AMason .15 Hamlin Ca dried Oogan. Five
Octavo 4inglo Itood, fo cash or on time.—
Inquire of J. 8,. Shaltospoare, over John It.
Bowen's store. April 7, 1869—tf.
- New Goods
• Tust Received and sold cheap, for Cash.
tJ April 7, 'B9-tf. TOLES .t BARKER
John C. Horton,
ATTORNEY Jo COUNSELOR AT LAW, Law
, reneeVille, Tioga County,. , Pa.. Office 'over
George NeLoan,s Boot & Shoe Store. Business
• attended to with promptness. apr. 7th,'69-Iy.
Fresh Goods. Received Weekly.
keep constantly on hand a
11,1 111 11 C H A
GOODS - AS RIIPR
Jan. 8, 1868.-Iy. CON
ropartition fOr to.
n ever offrecl to
F ulfil last longer
ti•three bottles of
P goods by railroad
East Char ,
they intend to lead
, re and Mansfield in
GEO, H. COLEET v .,
ng Clothing' at
bE LANO .t. CO.
he lowest Prices, a
A splondid stock of
may save life
w York. ,
Be it remember
argo stock of genera
I ,,SENTED, NOT
TO BE UN
NE t SPAING GOODS
J. A. Parsons & Co.,
We invite your attention4o'our New Stock as
w'e think' you will , find it'vory'.attractive ,and
cheap. IVo do not, ris most in the trade, claim
groat advances, Am, but intend' to give moro
goods for .dollar, taking the average of our
stoalc", than at any limo for Several-yeatti.'
Our Linen Stock is very largo and'oheap.
Brown Table Lineng' 4s, 54 Cs, fis, per jjard.
Bleached '"" Cs, Bs, JOs, 12s,
Table Cloths in extra Sizes and
Full lines of Drapery Musline, Marseilles
Quilts, Table Spreads, oheck and striped Nein
nooks, &0., at very reasonable prices.
In Domestic Cottons our Stock is
very desirable. With as many
Leading Goods at Low Rates
Wo have Brown Shootings yd. wide in dm.
Bleached tousling' Is per yd. Handsome Prints
Is yd. Common Prints t 3 cents, and all other
goods such .as Chocks, Donims, Tichings,
stripes, dco., equally cheap. .
Cassimeres, Kentucky Jeans, & Cotton
odes. A larger stock than usual, and at
still lower prices.
Dress goods and Shawls.
We have a fine Stock of early Spring Goods,
• very cheap.
We are keeping a still Larger' Stock of the
same makes of which we sold so many last
sonsons,and aro lion; sellink them- at about 10 per
cent loss than last fall. We shall keep all the
numbers having them at 3s, 4s, 4sGo, Bs, Os, 7s,
Bs, 10s, 12s, and we know that,no ono oan beat
us either as to prices, qualities, or as to ,to the
BOOTS & SHOES.
Our trade last 'year wab larger in' this stock
than ever 'before, nod we desire to increase it
tbls season, and to do so, intend to keep a still
better stock in fine work for Ladies and Chil
dren. We shall continuo to keep up our largo
Richardson's Work in Men's and
- 1 Boy's Shoes, Women's & Chil
dren's Calf, Kip and Moroc
At about tho same prices as last year. This
work is the most reliable of any sold, and our
largo trade enables us to sell it at a very small
Ladies' Serge Congress Gal.
ters, Serge Balmorals, and Polish Boots.
Also, Kid and Pebble Goat Work
We shall keep a much larger stock than over
before, and sell it loss than regular prices.
Wo ore•solling off the balance of our stock of
Winter Shawls, Saequeings, Dress
Good, Furs, &c.
At a reduction of full 25 per cent. from our
regular prices, any one desirous of buying very
cheap can now do so.
A_ - 1) A TJ.Q/^ll\''Q R. Ctrs
Corning, Marohlo, 1869.
Atlantic andq-reat Western
THE GREAT BROAD (WAGE ROUTE
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, CIIICAGO,
MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL,
And to all Points in tho WEST and NORTII-WEST
Dayton, Cincinnati; Louis-
VILLE, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY, MEMPHIS, NEW
And nll points in the South Southwest, with
No Change of Coaches
TO CLEVELAND OR CINCINNATI,
From any point on the Drie Railway. An ad
vantage and convenience not offered by nny
3 Tnnouon - LIGHTNING EXPRESS Tnetiva
Baggage Checked Through, and No enemas
from ono car to another, preventing loss or dam•
Vacate via this popular route can be procured
at all oltices on the line of the Erie Railway, and
When purchasing ask the Agent for Tickets
via the ATLANTIC A GREAT WESTERN
W. B. SHA.TTIIC,
Gon. Ticket and Pass. Ag't, Cleveland, 0.
L. D. RUCKER,
Jan. 6, '69. Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa.
HARDWARE AND STOVES!
CONYERS , & OSGOOD
RAVE on hand and are constantly receiving
Hardware Store .
every article needed in this region of country,
in the •
SHELF HARDWARE, MIN, STEEL,
NAILS, MIDDLETOWN AND
. ELMIRA SAWS, ROPE,
Cooking, Self-Regulators and Coal
and the justly eelebrattul
AMERICAN COOK STOVE,
No pains will be sparedito meet the wants of
CON I VERS tit OSGOOD.
Wellsboro, Jan. 8, 1869 1 , 13i.
MBE following ordinanco was passed by the
'turves and 'Council of the Borough of
Mansfield, at 'a special meeting of. said 'Burgess
and Council lield April 3d 1869.
Ist, Owners of dogs or bitches within the Bor
ough, and persons bringing dogs or bitches into'
said Borough aro required to haste the same se
curely muzzled or confined from date of due pub
lication of this ordinance to the lid of September
next. And from the Ist of' July to the first of
September in each and evegy ycdr thereafter.—
Any person violating thjs ordinance shall bo
subject to a penalty not less than one dollar and
not exceeding flee dollars in the discretion of the
2d, The Burgess and Council shall appoint
some person whose duty it shall ho to kill or des
troy all dogs or bitcl7 running nt largo in said
Borough not secure! muzzled._ And the person
so appointed rhnll receive a Cc° of ono dollar for
each dog or bitch so t l killed, which sum shall l?e
Charged tt. and collected from the owner of sO l l
dog. • WM. II (IiALANDS,
Atteat : E.' R. WEntrrek..,, Scaly,
Mangfiold, 40) 14; 1869.
A FULL Stock of Orooeries nt old prices at
DE LANO 34 CO:
April 14, 1869.
- $1,50 to $5,00 doz.
$1,75 to $6,50 "
Is, 160, 18, 200,,250, 2.6, Bs.
BEERS & ABBOTT,
OPPOSIT DEPOT ELMIRA.
SELLING OFP 4T i COST
Will sell from this date their on
Alcohol, Turpentine, Kerosene Oil,
Fixtures, &c., eze
AT COST FOR C
Positively no II
Wellabor°, March 3, 1869.
The Battle has been Fough
ANT) vrevrovev woN_
GOODS high in quality and low In price have
carried the day, and hereafter will bo found
ready and willing for active and efficient sorvico
In behalf of all those who will call and ghee their
orders at .-
WICKHAM . dlr. FARR'S,
On the Dry goods side we have a full and
complete and assortment of Fall and Winter
0 - 001)S,
Flannels, Sheeting*, Prints, 4(us'lins, De
laines and Dress GoodS,
with a great vari l pty of YANKEE NOTIONS,
with which to fill in and trim Up. To would
call spocial atthilition to our assortment of
with prices which wo know will compare favora
bly with prices of the same goods before tho war.
Boots and Shoes,
which have boon made to order from perfect stock
with warrantee. Work
_ready to bo shown- and
*tad to all customers. The Orociery stock in
Flour, Pork, Fish; Sall, Sugat,
fee, Rice, Syrup, Molasses,
Then comes the WOODEN W
Tubs, Pails. Wash Boards, Mop
Boxes and Pails, together with n
Goods, such as Crockery, Glass.w
&c., which we will always be gla
risk the selling after the goods a
Tioga, Oct. 16, 1868.
I' 1M W ti 1
' The undersigned would resp
the citizens of Tioga and %loin
just opened a
'establishment in Borden's Drug Store, and is
prepared to execute all orders in his line of
business with despatch and in the best of man
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Tiogn, Fob. 24, 1869.—tf.
THE GRAND PRIZE
American Pianos Triamphat
OVER ALL THE WORLD.
W. TODD, Agent:
Dec. 23, 1868. IVelleboro, Ito
4) 0 9 000 Pounds of Good Butter wanted
for which I will pay 45 cents in
trade a t my Store. C. L. WILLCOX.
IVollsboro, Nov. 23, 1868.
TOIL BAi. — ono pair of pleasure Bobs, at
• TOIACS itt DAMAO:WS
D lt. PITCH'S ABDOMINAT; SUPPORT DRS, for solo at Roy's Drlig Store.
0 at 'Ds
AMPS.—A new kind'of In
161 no breakageof ohluinoya
ro stock of
MS do CO.
P. R. WILLI
Good stock of
Hats and Caps,
s, Teas, Cof
RE, such as
l A Sticks, Sugar
to show and
1 : seen and 4x-
r 4" ' ' . ' \7l
4 • C 4
ty that ho has
icy 2 5 eta poryard
JANO a CO'S.
p f o r Kerosene—
a t FOLEY'S.
I sing, I sing of a ourioustking,, ' ' - •
Almost as strange as Boggs upon Tyng f
Pro swung 'round a circle as round as a ring,
And while on the down east part of swing,
I stopped at tho city and took on they prang
i •; ,
SUGARS ARE LOW IN THE NEM
And moroastonlehing still,
Molasses & Syrups
have a freer run downward, with a funnel-sha
however, are ou l t from tho nook downward, and
the style is blue and silver with stripes.
will bo prepared from a drawing
. furnished to
every customer who buys a pound. Ofthe styles
to suit complexions, &c., I may mention that
you can haVe If you-long for It.- I cannot get
time to look up all the hard words wbioh the
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY'
tiro to startle the innocent people about the coup.
try; but you can depend upon landing the very
beet of Teas at the
DEE-HIVE EXCHANGE I
the styles are various. You can have the latest
styles from the following fashionable foreign
ports, to wit t
MOCHA. JAVA, RIO, LAOUYRA JAM
In the matter of
Flour still wears hoops over all, and disperses
with trails as unprofitable. I have all grades
PORK, DR } D 'BEEF AND HAMS,
together with a call assortment of light groceries
and canned delicacies.' As aver
MATH E R S
Pays Cash or Trade, for all MARKETABLE
CALL AT DIATHERS'S.
Wellsboro, Apr. 1, '6B. W. T. MATIJERS.
Lett "CTm .1-11ANT(3
I F you want to sOQ a good stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS
T, L. BALDWIN fi CO'S
If you want
14Mg Mria, CZ 600E31
ALPACAS, POPLINS, CAMBRICKS,
FRENCH JACONETS, ORGANDIES,
PEQUAS, V, ERSAILES, BLACK
AND COLORED SILKS,
&c., dc. •
ALSO, IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS,
SHAWL AND CLOAK DEPART
TRIMMINGS, LOTS YANKEE NO.
TIONS, HOOP SKIRTS, BAL.
MOREL SKIRTS, OPERA
A fiesh lot of
Cloths and Cassimeres and a T4ilor to
Cut and Fit.
Boots and shoes,
HATS AND CAPS, STRAW GOODS,
CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE, •
HARD WARE, SHELF HARD
WARE, NAILS, IRON,
SALT, LIME, PLASTER, PORK, FLOUR
• Lime, Cayuga Plaster, &IL
tho most complote stock you can ,find, such as
TEAS. We aro old tca drinkers and know them
, to bo good.
and in fact everithing in the Grocery line.
Also, Butter s Tuhs and Pails; Buttor sold on oo
mission--no charges for, handling; but , wou d
liko a small portion of the money you .get ikre
turn, that is if ciur prices snit.
Ail kinds and superior quality
1F you - rin don't Oil to try ours
want good Wo warrant it.
taken in oxchnngo for Goods. •We prolSoso to
sell our Goods reasonably. "Live und let Live"
prices given et tke counter—only one prie•.
Cush paid for produoo if desired.
T. L. BALDWIN
Tioga, Pa., Nov. 25,18138.
The American. Cooking Stove
The only real base burner. it if a well known
fact that in - a cooking stove with an elegant fire
box the fire will die out at each end, and a, large
quantity of dead coal wilt' accumulate- at these
points. To prevent this" ,itt,the American and
aid and make a uniformufbustion through all
parts of the fire-box, air admitted into a bol
low chamber at the top o the stove above the
tire, and carried throe h this hollow heated
chamber down to near the bottom of the Arab*:
at each end, and then admitted, directly into the
burning mass Of coal. • By thia.nieans a uniform
combustion is obtained in all parts of the fire
\ chamber, and less coal consumed, and a more
continuous fire can be - ,ltept thin in any other
stove. This new patented improvement is an
other groat acquisition to this already world
reaowned cooking-stove, which . is now' on the
Fairgrounds only for exhibition, where it can be
seen by all desirous of examining its many per
fections, and is for sale by Warrant to South-
Urorth, of this city, agents for Shear, Pickard
Co., of Albany.—[Rochester Demckrat, Oct. let.
FOR BILLS BY !
SHEAR, PACKARD ttipo.,
Nos. 17 and 19 Groan st.,Albany ? N. Y.
Por Baleby Wm. ROBERTS, Weliaborci, Pa. ;
March 311869-3 w.
NEW AND NEA
,klO v;1 021433 \
10 For $1 1 25 1 ,
At libocra Gallery.
HE copartnership heretofore existing be
tween R. 0. Bailey, P. Williams, and- S.
oven, is this !lay dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will hereafter be conducted -
der the name and firm of S. Bowen A Co.
April 7, 1869.
R C. N. D.ARTT, C..
i s ... will still continue the business of
""•• ea Dentistry in Widlaboro whore th -y
respectfully solicit the patronage cull who nerd,
or desire tho services of a Dentist. -Having be -n
for the past fourteen years engaged in Mate y
exclusively, they feel confident of giving pert .et
a tie fao ti on inall op erat ions intrusted to their ear°.
Special attention given to the treatment of car
ies, irregularities, exposed nerves, ulceration,
and infiamation of the gums, and all 'other die
eases to which the teeth and gums aro subject.
figr-First Class Work guaranteed in both me-I
chanical and operative Dentistry.
Gas and Ether given for eitraoting teeth.
Orrice over Book and Jewelry Store.
Wellsboro. Feb. 24,1869.-tf.
LIFE INHUME COIN IT
UNITED STATES OF AMERIO
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Chartered by Speei'l ActofOongr
APPROVED JULY 25 . , 1868.
Cash Capital. $1,00C,000
PAID IN FULL.
First National Bank Building,
WL.ro-cal Oorreepeedone° should be Addressed
CLARENCE H. CLARK, President_
J nor CooKE, Chairman Finance . Executive Coln.
HENRY D. COOKE, Vice-President.
_W. PEET, Seoretary and Actuary. '
B. B. ItussaLr, Manager.
Circulais. pamphlets, and full particulars
en on application to the Branch Office of this
Co pang, or to
R. C. SIMPSO4, WErrstionV,
by whom applications will be received and Poli
cies procured for Tioga County.
Deo. 9, 1868-Iy.
IFor all who call at
No. 2 Union Blgek.\in
French Merinoes, Empress ClOths, Bea
ver Sackings of all discriptions,
Poplins of all colors.
DELAINES & PRINTS, ALL STYLES,
FACTORY'S, SHhETINGS, , BLEAC
AND UNBLEACHED, MUSLIN'S
of fiver' , description ' DRESS TRIMMINGS and
BUTTONS of all kinds; also the largest and
cheapest assortment of .
BEADY MN CLOTHING
over brought into Tioga County. Remember
the place, and call before purchasing.
We have a large assortment of Gents' Famish
ing Goods, consisting of
Drawers, Under-Shirts, Flannel Shirts,
Ruck.' Sleeves, and Mittens, and
Clothing of every description
manufactured to suiC
Thankful for past patronage, and by Mist at
tention to business we hope to Aare a continu
ance of the same. s•
WILSON & VAN VALICENBITEIG.
Wellaboro,Oct.l2, 1868-If. - •
g; , V 1 VAVV ;V; tl
To Tue. Ti'oturftto CLASS:—X am now prepared - W . 6:m-
M* all Classes with constant employment at their
homes, the . whole of the time, or fdr the spare
ments., Business new,light and profitable. ollfty c eta
to $5 per evening, is either earned by persons'et el bar
"Xs tend the boys and girls earn nearly as mec as
men. Greatindncoments are offered those who wit de
votetheir whole time to the business ; and, that a ery
Tersbn who sees this netice,'may send me ;their add se
and test the business for themselves, T. melee the fol w
ing unparalleled offer: To all thoselwhoi ra not all
satisfied with the husinoss,l will send $1 tossiy for he
trouble of writing me. Full particulars, direct! ne,
sent free. kiatuplos sent by mall for Mots. Addre .
E. Cl. ALLEN.
Augusta, il .
'March 17. 1869-Sm
Cabinet Curd PlAigraphs, •
and all special sizes, and finest seylos of pictures,
finished iu first-class uiunner at SpeCcer's Art
.b. 3, 13119
i i .
Adn . nistratoes Nal. ©.
TETTERS !') Administration having been
j grantod o on the Estato of Philena Lan
dis, Into of Wollt3boro, doc'd, aII persons indebt
ed to, or claiming against saitt'estate must set
tle with THOMAS ALLEN,
Wel!show, March SI, 1869—er
NE pair large Texiinilorze;A, eight A
I I lbs., 2 Utica Wagons, l' lib t two
D ruberat Wagon, I light two horse covered
gkon, 5 pair Bob Sleds, part new, 2sett h
llarness, 6 pr. binding Chains, &c. ToTaiis ,
For further particulars inquire at the store
J. B. DIMON 4lt! C
Niles Valley, March 17,1869-tf. ,