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''Elr '4VPIIED Tr,SigYffoS%
0, yet wo trust that somehow good ,
:Win" be the final goal of ill,. '
Tovings'af n ature , shut of will, •
:aefeote et doubt and Lobate of. blood.
Tiaat nothing ivitile with etolleie toot;
'That not nnelife shalt' be -destroyed,
• 4 00 cat As Tubbleh to the
When , 06d lath made the 'ptlonotoplote
n'ot'e worni is' cloven in vain;
That not a moat 'With
- Is shriveled in a fruitcesS tfre . ;,
Or hnt inbserves tinothees gain:, _
penpl4 t the )cporr no; 4nyt4i l3 B;-
' I can but trust that goophall fall
At last—far off—at-last, to a 11 4 7-
- ,And every svintex.change,
SO fun's dream but ahi - E? -
} • An infant crying ft, r
- - n infant crying -
And with no language but a.ery.
M'AititS;--11:wali IV* tide when
we wentpwri - to-Bristoipsuid - the-great
gray . rciek6 stand r..trp • barii,
-above the water; but higher up on an
sides was a black line that seemed hard
ly dry, though_it was far above the wait
What makes that biaolt ititirk:nti the
rocks:P. I asked my friend. -,r
. :` Oh, that is the tide .inark,' she xe
plied 1 Every day, when- -.thee; tide
edmes in; the water risewaticUrises;.un
,-- ovde - tire - Eicorit
until tbe Mark is eat tun:Y.llle
' Oh,' thotight I; 'that is:
Well, 'have seen a . great 2 thanY'peeple
that carried tide marks on thOir
Bight in front of me wat‘p, pretty little
girl, with delicate features and pleasant
blue eyes. But she had:some queer lit
tle marks on her forehead, and I won
d6red how they came to be there,-until
presentlyher ,mother said :T
Shut doWil; the *blind" now, Carrie,
thessun shines right in baby's face.'
- 'I, want to look out,' said ; Carrie in a
vei•ytpeeviSh , ;
But her mother' - ingisted; Carri
shut the blind, and turned her hea
away from the window. 0 dear in •
what a face it was ! The blue eyes we
full:,efitears•; the pleasant' lips, we e
drawn up in an ugly pout, and t
queer little marks on the forehead h d
deepened' into actual wrinkles.
Poor tittle girl,' I thought, ' how
bad you Ntrlll feel when you grow up, to
have your face marked all over with the
tide.:ruarks .of passion ; these -evil
tempers leave their marks Just as sure
ly as the ocean does,.and I have seen
many a faci3 stamped so deeply- with
sdif-will and covetousness,' that It must t l
carry its marks to - the grave.
Take care, little folks! and whenever
you, give way to bad teniner, remember
TIIE , MYSTERIOUS Eaas.—A laugha
ble scene occurred in front of the Court
House, on Monday afternoon last. Je
rome Blitz, the great wizard, who can
practice his wonderful •feats in public
as well as private, stopped at one of the
huckster stands, and inquired the, price
of hard boiled eggs.
if, Two for .five cents;" was the an
" Dirt cheap," says the little Magi
cian, commencing to bread one. By the
time he had the shell broken, out pops
a ten dollar greonback,lwhich made the
honest old huckster open his eyes as
big as a saucer.
That's'very strange," says be. •
So Jerome took up another egg and
out pops two five dollar greenbacks.
.says the 'Wizard, " this is
certainly luck—guess I will, take them
"N 6 you don't!" says the nuenster,
" T don't sell any more .of them: - I
might as well have the money as you."
Our old friend commenced breaking
open the remainder of the eggs, but
found no greenbacks. Such 'laughing
end jumping was never before seen
around the Court House.—Chambers
FOWLS IN ORCHARDS.—TiIe public
has yet to learn the-full advAntages of
keeping poultry. Few seem to appreci
ate what they may do among trees in an
orchard. - Let anyone try them in an
orchard of a quarter of an acre, where
they may. be kept by the picket fence
four or five feet high, putting in, say
125 fowls, and observe the result, He
will avoid the annoyances in the gar
den, of which so many .complain,,while
they, will work among the trees, _doing
just what is needed and detroying every
thing that can injure the fruit trees, in
the shape of bugs, worms .or other in
sects, and lay a large number of eggs,
which are a cash article, to say nothing
of, the chickens, which pay • well for
raising at the present time: I' have
"tried it, s and'know it is so. I have about
one hundred foivls, which have worked
admirably among my trees, keeping
the ground in good cOodition, keeping
t ,off the inseets,'"iind - promoting the
growth of the orchard. Lam satisfied
that we have,yet to learn the full bene
fits which may be derived from the
proper management of fowls, and it Is
quite possible that the method I have
suggested may offer the best way of get
ting our apple orchards into bearing
HoRRIBLE.r-Miss Flora Gushing was
by all acknowledged Fashion's Queen,
'and many. a scene of splendor grand
was by her subjects seen ; and as she
went so • the nobs all went—whateler
she did was.well—she joined the-Sara
toga ring, and soon became -the belle.
Her form and''
face were faultless—her
name without a stain—her dress was lo
comotive-like, it had, so long a train ;
but dire misfortune seized the
caused her mournful end,disease it
took her off right straight—'twas called
- 419.Aryttjut.-,Veißck, A/47-~ d much
abuse; and though she neveithitd look
ed fast, they said she then looked loose.
Her parents were in deepest grief—their
hearts with pain wererent.:--yet still
the glrl. with Grecian 'Bend, kept fol
lowing : her bent. ,At last, vhen she
found friends and parents troubled, and
that'lierfOrm losthalf its charms, all
thought she thought it doubled, , she
said henceforth she'd stand erect—
which _when She tried "to do, : - -she'd
grown so.stlff that, byl:`,fi i iy"word, the
damsel broke in' two 1 -
- A LONG NAP.—One of our most re
spectable citizens called into the estab
lislu of a joking druggist, last sum-
Mer, and, overcome by sultry weath
er,, sat.down in a chair, ;and , was soon
_enjoying a sound slumber.. Observing
that the sleeper had on a fine new lint;
the druggist gently removed -it, substi
tuting in its place an old one with a sad
ly dilapidated and rusty crown. The
citizen at last awoke, and after A few
" h-hums," - felt of the hat, which was
rather a tight fit. Removing it. from
his head, and taking a steady gaze at
the battered relic, ho turned to the
druggist and inquired :
" Did I sleep a long time?"
" Yes," replied the joker, "a very i ,
long time." • •
1V411," continued the tint, I,
should judge I had for when I came in
to your store this old hat was bran nevi."
_sears Aince; a young man of
twenty-three yOtra, in Massachusetts,
went to the drikard's grave. Ills
frionds called hi a' cider-
Ho formed the ppetite in boyhood,
- when ho sucked • sweet cider,' as - T .J
called it, through a straw. Cider be
come his daily beverage' At 14 and 16
years of age, he would' become beastly
drunk on this beverage. All persua-
MOIR; .and entreaties failed to reform
WM. - At 18 years of age, his fattier
offered to buy him a farm if he would
give up his cider and sign the pledge.—
' I'd rather hays my eider,' he replied-.
stn answer that fearfully proved him to
.eider-drunkaid. He drank -him-
Hely into his grave at twenty-three.
ERIE RAILWAY. .'
N and alter MONDAY, February 15. ISdt+, Tr.dms
w i lli leave Corning, at the follow/ 4; hours, viz: '
a.m., NIGHT EXP., daily for llutralo,Duukirk,
Cleveland, Daytoh and Cincinnati, making direct
connection with Wane Of the Or-andiNrunk. Railway
at Buffalo, and with the Lake Shore 'Railway at But - .
filo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, for all points iVest and
North-West, and at Cincinnati with the Ohio and
Mississippi Railway for the South and Smith- West.
wit; This train makes Q, direct daily connection with
all Linos to the West and S.outh•Wlet, and is provided
,with the new and 'improved Drawing -Room Coaches
peculiar to the Broad Gang°, - arranged both for d.ty wad
night travel, running through to 11,ochester, Buffalo
and Cincinnati, and thus forming the ONLY DAII)Y
LINE from New York,Cinciunati and the Sonth-West,
running through 860 miles without change.
6,50 a. m., NIGHT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, f"r
Rochester and Buffalo, via Avon.
10,09 a. m., MAIL TRAIN, Sundays excepted, for
IBlFitio il.nd EarikAr4, • . .
1,45 p.m., BALTIMORE RXPRESS,Suudaysexcept
ed, for Rochal3tor and Buffalo, via Avon, . .
7,38 p. m., DAY-EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati, and
the West and South, connects at Buffalo, Dun kirk and
Cleveland with the Lake Shore Railway for all points
West and -North-West, and ut Ciuclnuatti with the
'0 blotto d Afficeii4pp i Railway for the So till) and Sou tit.
naping_Coadpes. attacheit HO Train at
Ifornellsville, running through to Cleveland with-
7,45 p. on., DAY .EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
12,35 a. m., EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, tot
Buffalo, Dunkirk and. Cleveland, connecting with
trains for the West. A Sleeping Coach is attached to
this train at New York, running through to Mead•
vino without change.. 4 Sleeping Coach is also et
c; taclied untiehanairun
1,30 p• In., WAY PREIOITIYSundays excepted.
5,40 S. in.,-„E3IIOBANT daily,. fur the West.
624_ la, CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays 4x
- uvregb for Ithaca., at Binghamton for syfatfin, - At
Great Bend for Scranton, at Lackawaxen for Hones
dale at Middletown for Unionville, at Goshen for
Montgomery, at Greycourt for Newburg and War
wick, and at Jersey City with afternoon and evening
trains of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Dahl.
more and Washington.
10,50,4, m. ACOMMODATIGN TRAIN, daily, con
+ Deming at Owego 'for Ithaca. : 4 : ;-,
, a. in. 'DATESS, Sifudaki exeetited,'
connecting - at'Wa for Towanda, at Binghamton
for Syracuse, at ea Bend for Scranton. at Lacka
waxen for Honesdale, at Middletown for Unionville,
and at Jersey City with midnight express train of
Now Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia.
2,20 p. m., BALTIMORE EXPRESS. 'Sundays_ ex
4,30 p.m., NEW TURK AND. BALTIMORE ,MAIL,
Su n days excepted, catinecting at Elmira for Canon
_ da*g, and at:Waverly Jre Towanda.
8,05 p. m., LIGHTNING 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, Baltimore
12,35 p. in., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted
&a- A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
Passenger Trains on the Frio AOWay and connecting
Linea, has recently been published, and can be procur
ed ou application to„thoyicket Agent of the Company
WM. 11. ItA11.11,; , R IP4LE ,
Octet Pass. Agent. CieV Sup't.
Northorn Central R. it.
• TRAINS FOR TILE NORTH.
Trains for Canandaguia leave Elmira as follows:
Accomodation at 020 n to
Express (fastest train on road] 12 20 p m
biaft 7 10 p
Way Freight, [passenger coach attituhed] ..... 800 a m
On and after Nov. 24, 1807, trains will arrive:lnd
depart from Troy, as follows; •
9 45 A. (except Sundays) for Elmira, Buffa—
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester, Susi). Bridge and the
10 55 P. in.—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira and
Buffalo, via Erlo Hallway from Elmira.
415 A. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Baltimore
Washington, Philadelphia, &c. •
855 P. m.—Daily (except Bundayil) for Baltimore .
Waehington and Philadelphia.'
J. N. DoBARRY, P.D. S. YOUNG
Gen'i Supt. Harrisburg, Gen'i Pass. Ag't
Baltimul e, 41d.
Elogsburg AL Corning, & Tioga R. R
Taaina will run ua followa until furtrier notice
Accommodation—Leuven ltiossburg at 7,15 a. m.., Mans•
• fold at 8,05, Tina at 8,41, Lawrenceville at 0,32
arrivingat Corning at 10,40 a. in. • •
'Mall—Loaves Itlosaburg ai 2,00 p. m.. Ilansllold at 2,40 !
Tina at 3,18, Lawreneuvillo at 4,oo—arriving .at
Corning at C, p. m.
Mall—Loaves C,praing at 8,00 a. M.. La wreneovillt at
o,o3fPoga at-V-0,45, Mansfield at 10,22—ari lying at
Accommodation—Loaves Corning at 2,40 p w., Law
- roncovillo at 4,00, Tioga at• 4.50, Mansfield at 5,30
arriving at Blossburg nt 0,15,p.
• 1,. SHATTUCK '8111..1
Philadelphia & Erie R. R.
On and after Apr. 26, 1869 Trains on Ibis 'toad w
run a■ follows :• •
Mali Train leaven Philadelphia
" " arr. at Erie
EritiExprese kayak+ Philadelphia—
,•• t • '`• illiam
" `•t arr. at •Erie
Elmira Mail leaves -Philadelphia...
" " " Williamsport....
arr. at Lock Haven
Stati Train leaves Erre 11,15 a in'
" " " Williamsport 12.20 ani
" " arr. at Philadelphia 0:25 ain
Erlo Express leaves Erie 0.25 p
" " Williamsport 7.50 a m
" " arr. at Philadelphia ' 4.10 p
Mall and Express corineertrith Oil Crock and Alit•
gheny River hail Rood. Baggage Checked Throligh.
ALFRED L. TYLER, Gen'l Supt.
Atlantic and - Oro
*VTTWARD Boom). Estirwean BOUND,
Mail 6.20 Express 6.10
Accommodation 0,36 Mall 6.51
Express , 12.19 Accommodation, 11.45
Express 11.00 Express 6.19
At Cory thorn is a junction with the Philadelphia &
Erle, and Cil Creek Rail Roads.
At Meadville with the Franklin and Oil City and
Plthole Branch. - t
At Leavlttebtago the Mahoniuy Branch makes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravehna Connects with
Cleveland and Plttsbutgh Railroad.
Tho Road pas es through Akron, Ashland, Gallon,
Marion, Urbana nd Dayton, intersecting variousrail.
roads, and tormi ates at Cincinnati.
L. D. umum, Goa .Bupt., Meadville, Pa.
STOVES, STOVES, STOVES
Blain :Streett Wellsboro, j'ennqi
HAVING boon appointed agent for all first
class Stoves manufactured by Slicer, Pack
ard A Co., of Albany, N. Y. I am now ready
to furnish thofollowlng named celebrated Stoves
HOME COMPANION, MONITOR.
the latter of whieh is the beat stove for common
nacievetin market; belitg cheap, well made, and
convenient. I have al l , a variety Of-
CAST IRON various pattern S;-
SHEET Self Regulatirs.
ALSO--Stoves suitable for burning hard or
soft coal, will be furnished to order. Customers
o well to examine my stock, which is as
full a d well selected as any in Northern Penn.
sylva ia. I have also put in a full stock of
1 - lEurtivii;riare
of all sorts. Thankful for liberal patronage in
the past, I respectfully solicit a centirmance of
Sept. 16, 1868
. HARNESS SRUP
. W. NAVLE,, would say to his friends
, e .,,tttat his Mukha's Shop ' is now in full blast,
d that bile prepared to tarnish heavy or light
on short notioe, in a good and substantial man
ner, and at prices that can't fail to snit.
The beat workmen . 11r6 omployod,lind none hut
the best material used. Call and Soo.
Dec. 9,1868-Iy. • G. W.
New Tannery.. .
I t T HE ndersigned has fitted up the old Fouit
dry building, near the Brewery, Wellsboro,
,and is n w prepared to tern out fine cair, kip,
cowhide and barness leather in the best than
nor. • - Hides tanned on' shares. •Bash yield, for
hides. ' N. A. DLIRIF.
Wellsboro, Oct. 14, 1868.
(lilt]) PRINTING—at New York prioes,in
V Colors or plain, and out to suit ordors, at
• Tun AevrAton °mon.
tiii7ostern R• W
Agen t for all first. close Stoves,
I established I
in this village, next' door to E. R. 'ka f tan's
Grocery, is - now prepared to eary on the .4usiiices
in all its_ various branches. vitt keep con- I
stoutly on - .hand an assortment of Bread, such
toliCe BREAD, BOSTON CRACKER
GRAHAM - BREAD, BUTTER
CRACKERS, BROW N
•'' BA L E AD, ATER
WELL . 6I?
elf in the '-
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA 'BISCUITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,,
PIES AND LUNCH, .
at all hours of the day, Sundays afteepted.
By strict atteotiou:to business.sball onilaavor
to merit the public patronage.
- CHAS. STEVENS.
-,Wellsburo, June. -24, 1888;
NEW WINTER GOODS,,
TOLES •& BARKER,
, 1_11711.. r irmltiltrinyiturk
WOULD oay to their Mende and the übtio
generally ) that they are t)ow reeeiVieg a
splendid assortment of Wintbr
SHEETINGS, SHIRTINOS, PRINTS
CLOTHS,- OASSINERES; • VEST
INGS, READY •
THING,. HATS . Bc. CAPS,
BOOTS MID SHOES,.
,; aleto' a t laigot and. 0011 solOct4.stooli of
CROCKERY, JIARDWARE, WOODEN
WARE, STONE 'WARE,. KERO•
SENE OIL, PAINTS & OILS,
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES;
: • "
We areable to offer our euetoUters the beneft
LAST DECLINE OF PRICES
in the Now York Market, our Stook having boon
pnrohaaock ulnae the great,4opiine in Goods.
Wellsboro, Nov. 180.8,68. •
StOVtSEIP a MOVeSI; ;
Tiir R. "OILMAN , , ROTJ wrs. begs to
unnonuce to"tho citizens 4 Tigga County,
that in addition to hie oacolle • t nook of Stoves,
Tin-Ware, Brittniti, and She , t-Iron Ware, he
hoe, at a'groat outlay, stocked is atoro on
. A. 15 Am
R&0 p in
10 00 a in
. 8 011 a In
MAIN STREET, NE LSBORO,
with a complete assortment,of half Hardware,
of which wo enumerate the foll wing articles
NAms, , sprito; CROW ARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND B SAWS,
PUTTS, STRAP H NGES,
CARPENTER'S T OLS,
PUMPS, AXE ,
pin -STOOKS, HATCHETS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, tiORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE ()UTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
. PISTOL CARTRIDGES,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a now thing, and made for age. These are but a
few 'of the many irtioleu. entupoeing ,our stook:
of Hardware. .
We invite the public to call and examine for
inemzetree. Wo istui.to aeop tee beet quality ur
goods in outline ; rind all wdrk to order done
promptly and well. f,l WILLIAM ROB - BIM*
House and Lot for Sale.
MITOUSIII and Lot, and vacant lot for sale;
JUL cheap. Location Wellsboro, and desirable.
Inquire at the Agitator Office.
Oct. 28, ' •
W ANTED— . .
at our Mill. Cash paid for them. We are ready
to saw for customers. Bring on your logs. Lath
and pickets always on hand.
Orgy Ash logs must be 12 or 14 feet long.
BOWEN & TRUMAN.
Wolliboro, Deo: 10 . , '6B.tf
'Lots. of Fresh Ground
FOR 6,00, nt
T. L. BALDWIN & CO.
Tioga, 80b.3, 1869.
At Woods Gallery
0 Gem Pictures for '75 ets. Styles of
4. 1 work cheaper than elsewhere. -4 Cal r and
H. H. WOO-D.
Jan. 20, 1889rtf.
t El. 713.17LICLEIL -
WRPLESALE AND, 233 RETAIL DEALER IN
Flour, Feed andldeftl, Westfield, Tioga Co, rat
A-N - 0 T - E R
NEW , AND - 1411GE STOCK OF
Just received by P. R. Williams .fc Co. The
greatest and cheapest variety ever brought into.
town. Albums from 75 eta. to $2O each. Call
and see. P. R. W ILLIAMS k CO.
Wellborn Dee. 28,1888,
100,000 founds of Wool
MBE subscribers will pay Ousl4 -
Cassimeres; Flannels, to., &0., for Wool.—
They also ineturfacture as ustjil—,
TO 'OIeIYER-,' , 011, ON YSHARES, I 0
0 - eatomita ---
\ 0 -
\ , _ 1
1 I n d I n 'every'reipect. Potion-,
tlikhtiou given to . * .
. . \ .
1t144:1,.,-0012410 ,\Cr...cer 4.O,,EpsiNG.
Twenty years experience \ n
the business wat..
rants them 4t, eXpegOng,. a glatrrons patronage.
No'hoddy. cloths made.
. • \
t ouetoinere. 'All work werratited,,as'rep
4. They invite' particular , attentlon to
their Watei Proof'
whfah ure itariatik
- lar ati
DoLano Jr, 00., aregiinte for,
be sale of our otiose , • ..
JO S'SPIitINGII:4SI 4t ONS.
DC.er49 1 4i .2 47- 13 ,18e 4 , 70'
'.,S A V I N'G S
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE
A ;,.- . ., 4 .014 • 1.0 tip
• - :
OLD saying that, afenny- saved is_ a penny
earnediAitittlea ARIPN/471.1 in naming his
establiehmentr a _E3nvi gd_atisq, • Economy te
Wealth, said pone old chap whose, namo,.l have
forgotten • and' it la ocenotoY te 'where :the
of high prices iiiheing proheonted with vigor aid
withuat - reitritivn: - 1 - enn - trelliingtaw Tons, - Me.
lassoes & 4i141, P,otk,pinciur Cum - Altai, Coffetie,
Canfied - Friiitis, - StAcoa;:ind odeiythini; intended
for family use -giving the huyor tho benefit , • ,
' ''OF THE
fall of the markets, an - advantage duly appro.
elated by everybody,eicepting only those verdan'
who prefer-PROWS/5G- TO PAY ono bun
dyed per prodts,io thQ .eeller, to PAYING
twenty-five :ter- -oent;-eash '-On! delivery of the
goons. 1..44.1. offer my ,stook. of goods at fair
EVERY FRIDAY, .
• - EVERY SATURDAY,
and fill up as fast as I sell out,
- .THE- CHU RCH;'UN ION O
TPIs paper Lae been recently eniargea,io mammoth
,Troportlons. . . .IT P 3 TUE LARGEST R
iELICI?O,IIoua PAPYN IN
'clusivetes/ hod. Church - odsto.. faihe tonly paper
that publishes Henry - Vi r ard'ltee e llier's Ear'
It does every week, Just as they are delivered,— ulth
, out: qnsliticatiou or „coTrection by him.. St. advocates
universal suffrage; a union of christians at the polle ;
and-the rights.of labor. It has the beet Agricultural
Department of any paper in the i vrorlli. publishes
stake for the family, and ( or the destruetion Of eodial
evils, Its editorial management le impersonal; its
writers am/ ..editof are frAto,-oyary branch of the,
church, and fig etY gra4GoPsdelety. It bee been
aptly terraddithe eesiorgatrof•tbought In the world.
Such a paper, offering premiums of Sewing Ma.
chines, Dictionaries, , Appleton's Cyclopedia,Pianos,
Organs for Churches, etc , makes one of the beet 'pa
-pere:ftivOlkutriimre tp the,efortd; • .• • , -• • • ,
Every Congregation - may obtain a Communion her,
vice,an Organ, a Melodeon, a Bible, or a Life Insurance
PoliTy for its Pastor, or almeet any other needful
thing, by a club of subscribers. '
Send fop a copy, enclosing 10 cents, to •
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41 PARK Row, NEW Yong.
te..P. 8. Bubscriptione rfiefved at thie office,
R. Rrusen. W. J. Rrnson F. D. Pease.
R. • KRUSEN & CO.,
WOULD tnnoianoe - to: the• public) that they
aro no,n , reqeiying 01 11 1 4 1 i 1 „4,camplete,as-,
' 'DRY . :GOODS
Notions, Carpets,. Furs, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes,,Groceries, Provisions, Crockery,
Hardware, Stoneware, &c.
which they,are prepared, to sell for cash, or ex
change for Country PrOdiice, at rates whloh defy
"Vestfleld Deo 2 1888-tf
. - •
EMOREET'S MCiNTILY MAGAZINE universally
acknowledged the Model Parlor Magitaine 'of
Manse s; (I Matters, afittla
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Agent for L. BO.LLES & CO'S ROSE,
Binghamton, N. E., and
STOVES SOLD 0.11;77ME.
‘Manaft - eld, Nov. 2i, 1868-Iy. ' -Ya. B.
MS - - YES 1 - yEs
- 1 - 1 R. WILLIAMS &CO., have got the best,
,E• • largest and cheapest stook of Druge,.med-
'Brushes ; Varnishes, Glass, Patty; :Yankee No
tions, Perfumery, Toilet Soap Fishing , Tackle,
hey - Ace., ever broight "Into ' this county'. They
will positively soil everything in their linecheap-•
er than eau he bought eistorhere. hought,
their geode in large quarititidi-and foi nett cash,
and tan and will soli cheaper than any other ei
tablishment in this tiSutity. Call and examine
stock and prices,.. .' B. WILLIAMS, it. CO,
May 0, 1868. ' • No. 3, Union Block. •
J; THODIPSON I
I BLACKSMITH, ha• two fires, and is prepared
to do all kinds of work in his line with prompt.
nose, and in a workmanlike manner. Ho aimes
at excellence in his trade.
Mandela Juno 8, 1868-iy.
L. A. GARDNER.
r. , l(ltat.t mzlilffr ACADEMY .3 , ~ • , 1 •
W K • s
. t „s 2 l .l. 7,Art*,
t-!..mgck , 645 , * 36 T,eaoltorOt mita.;
•: •• .1 ••• ;
, :4;!ALENDAR FOR 11368-9. •
• IVITL, r tapir' CoPiinetitia ltov , gloee.Pebronty 26.
Bprluit !ar# to:Da ravages ?gra roh Bth, trod clohea June ;1.
IM01 8 ;PAIS TAC#?•!• - = l l f 7;
ionficauollisbok<34.)-44.0.4 1 :47 , 184.108.40.206.0.+.40,10?
•..R l llo3l4ci . Ag4lllh - v_. ,1 - ovei4t . 44. .f.,•.1 , , i-4—$ZA l
UnumtuotimAillTairtrAbobtia.4.. , s44,lX l
Voyarig.,pootivtiol44-04.10t444.4.: , .. , -1511,09
.zacitstrereltdiotititimPaiitthato sied6.7. , Bilis • due,
oVtatta/ Rag udei artutddle oftetiTi.
.Nodedlicidob exteipt :for"" slcktee/..
Nenetiuiiwt,ihsorihattthareutties aro timid BtUdentl
.oirehtering. ciroiequeated -td rogliter their manta tb..
gothor wittv,the atudiaii they wish VI pursue,. dad pay:
otio•beitot thole tuition, •.;', • ,-:". •I.
•• Bahia priviired at reesoriablec rates in the •
1 '1111:. / • I dly order - of the Board of • TRUSTBSB.
1668. ' '
. . ,
John R. Bowen,
Ts now. reCeiving a lag° and complete assort
meat of Pall . Winter• .:‘
boughtsincio 014 dpaline ptlces in Now .
XoAlci,,couslating of .„ : • •
tea,: 11eet,5,44 app,,Boats &Shoot',
..o*, - il:i
Portionlatit,tantion to twitted to our Stook ‘rf .
: ' '' • `„--; • 1
,f44.944f, 1 44, 11 , 1 , 13 ,4,
.t, :. ... , .. ,:q T. ~. .
gIA flop essortmeut , of Ladies FURS, very dotty,:
all of which' will be sold at the very. lowest mar
kat prioes. : Wel SpootfuUy invite all to ball apd
mizamlue my stoo .beforprehaslug elsewhere.
:; ,J.:.;;;'_: c...„' -•,., titomemberi. , •.. :. „
iirr; ~. OZC'' ,'. : i • I ' "•. '
Empire Store , i Nol. 1- Union Bloek,
Wellsboro b Oot. x 21;1868. .
Now is Your Time to Buy!
je ilecessary for
■ - this market; rivf9. roll * ply smite stook of
WATORES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
'PLATED' WARE, AND FAN
'Pr' GOODS, AT COST.
421 ii?t,ble , "'" ' ..... .. 8,68.
Gotuse'i , 1,70.
• . .
. Athericart LWatches in Silver 'atin Cases a
$l9. Finer Movement ,In heavier Cases, at nor
reepondingly low price. Plated Ware at Man
afac Wrens' prices.
THIS IS NO HUMBUG BtJ'l A VER
ITABLE SAL. '1
Wellsboro, April 22, il.
Stoves INi-ill Ware
FOR THE MILLION
Good poo'ploail, both groat and aroall --:1( you
rant to keep
PEACE IN TUE .
you must bavo enough lq §;,% dry ,W 4790, a good
Wei, well-behaved children, and to crown all, a
TIP-. TOP COOKING STOVE!
This.lastfand crowning good, I have at my Tin
and Stove establishment, oppositegtoy'elTilock;'
Weßebore, and its name is the
HOME COMPANION ;
oriallthande admitted to bo equal teeny in the
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
promptly,and warranted to give satisfaction.
executed in the best manner and with , dispatch
CULL. AND SEE ME.
WOleb#44gk i i*kiv. •
s - . 4•••
B r1f...V,P4 0 '' B 10A. NX S ,
in flit! 1300,10101141,
' VAVIINO DIA - CHINE' 1 •
T. Mit= M',..7iyILTr . .IIq,BON, ot OhaOcetenphaiiing
it.,'" : Piplifepa.::: i iikii:.rigli; to:make anci yondj the
/1. vforinaMaeXiii.g Machine in,Tioga Coun ty. heby giremnotice that the machines are being:,
ma eat Varriforn'n.ClibinetVaetort•WCltikork,
where they tnaybO procured. , —.. .
,Thaler t, Vienpost, and moat senalhiemiobina'
bier:invented:, . ..,. : . r 4,, , ,,i ,-, ,::,..... '
Jin 1n418:68-.1f.- - ! ' • , ' • ..• •
PAW , fail*lrteri andiOthers,
ricupr 4714 .9/41 MINRTLAI;c:PAINT
. r f
are nowtnanufaCturing the: .11iitif, -Cheapest!
an Most Durable Paint in -pie; , - ttio,e444,yrell
put 0 1 4 mi*Pit orj.ltPnre Linseed Oil, wig 4410
or 15 'Tears ; 0 100 9:1, , ,a light brown ,ort ;beautiful
Choeolate,c4lAKE and can be shagged to green,.
load; stone;Airah ; dlivie or creittn;,ta snit the tatita
of the couti*er., 'l't is- vainable,ler Houses,
.Barns l jences',-cerriage and:Ai:AM:l,km, Pails
• n nd Wood.;?kihWare, Agricultural I Implemen ta t "
Canal Seatsj t Vessels ,and Ships' Bot,teteS t , can'
imp ViotalindiShirigle Roofs, (10eing1110 and
Water proofs, ) Cloths, qime'rnafoiific l
turethaving wed ?SAO° b,ble. the pastlyear,) and
and as a palutter am! PurPoße unsurpassed To?
belly, durability; alastiaity and adhesiveness.—
Price $3 per barrel of, 300 lbs. wh telt will, supply
almoner. for:Oak's' to come. Warranted in all
eases as aboie. ,Send for a cirenlarwhich gives
fall' particulars,. -None genuine= unless branded
in a trade mark, Grauft•M Mineral Paint. PerJ•
sons can orde: the Paint and remit the money
on receipt of the geode, •Addreet "
• t DANIEL BIDWELL,
Jat t e 5i..1868,9m ~ • PISA - Pearl St; Now York.
CASH 'Paid . 'FOR,
• 'to' HIDES ,
a / 00 h
2QO Buehele pOy _Ape— -IU-13.8
• WRIGHT tb RATIARY.
CASH PAID FOR WOOL, BUTTER . AND
CHEESE, by ' 0. L. WILLOOX.
N E W
-TU. h',UT-••p- ~ SRT,L IS OUR
t -". ll ,'s Aftbu r' y l ttp)t! market pitoo,
Daft' SKtriti;, -FDRS;I.itIvES,
- 77 SKINS,
(Pr lthi_01:110 \ei.l) PPYAaisb- • •
We will matturegittrelo, order, French or home-
Waned CALI? or KIirE,OP,TS, in the beat man-
Derl434,Ataraltl•nt4B, ma pay especial attention
to REPAIRING. ; ;
' . :W Nava witreitleatoetook of
~434,-8 41 , 9, ei ivil tot Ike ,undersold, and from this
l i l C) ,
to keep up the best
;# 0 /s: 9t• - „.
41 19 y ty,,whieli we will sell et
a lower lirat Usti du tfurtiolea huve ever been
nia . % -goal assortmen
of . .1
, .1 IaIV;RIS,' LEAT
' RIOUS STYLES,
apilt!R i stylel MEWS WORK. •
. '.4-4 1 4
7 7 .1f.E1? . FINDINGS
can be•batighfioi' utaii cheap as any whore this
aide Pf„tiovi York ; &afire Shall keep u fall stook
,of .1 SIL El; • •
.3:-7 . .r • : • ”"t;:nryd
FRENCH OALIN;LEF3IQH KIP, UP
/Us? atAekok X(ht-AYAIIAiatHSAVADi AWLS,
_RASP 5! INSETILOS LA S Ts ,
"4 7 1 ,_41 via ' 8/1017,3fArER4
r T izzLs ooL 4ri s..p"'nli Ff - NDING . S, will be found the lei
grollistAbe taintlrestiftitae,orlf fortavital Orofits.
el Weitalklll 2 4 l 4* nu.s . tot; Man bueinese. - We
here been in thbtragion)lont, enough - to be won
known—let thotfe who knew us try us. Corner
of Main and . Grafton' streets, opposite Wtn. Rob
erts' Hardware,Slosei ;,;,; , C. W. SEARS,
„ . GEO. 0. DERBY.
F r ARPER'S NEW Iif7THLY MAGAZINI4.
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' * Critical Notisee of the Preee. o
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azdmsrkiible .brief- 'political essays.—
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strong feeling kidd /take their place among the
bostnevisPaper.wiltlitrg of the tiract. : North A.
mericon Boston. • • !. • •
!: To . o%lorii" or -Horses : and Cattle.
rroatAiv , DERBY; OONDITION POWDERS ARE
I Lt.' , warratited superior to any others, or, no pay, for
the : cure: of •Distemper, .Worms, Sots Coughs,-Hide.
bonnd4lds,oto, in,Rorses ; and Colde r eoughs, 'Loss
,of 44401e'ArtgUes liorn Distemper, &c., in Cat.
'tle.• They - are pntlectlyi Sete and innocent; no need of
stopping the•working 'elyour animals. They increase
the appetite; give aline coat, cleanse the stomach and
vrlnaryorgans; alsoinCrease the milk of sows. Try
thorn, and you will never be without them. Hiram
Wnodruff, the celebrated trainer of trotting horses, has
died them 'for yeartf; And 'recommends them to his
friends. Col. Philo. P. Bush, of the .Terome Race
Couise,lordharn ) :N, Y.. would not use them until he
was told of What they- are composed, since which ho
ispover without them. Ho has over twenty, running
horses in hie charge, and for the last three years has
tried no other medicine ler them. Ire has kindly per.
mated me to refer any one to. him. Over, 1,000 other
referariceli can tweeen at the depot. • Sold by Druggiste
and Saddlers. Pricet,2s. cents per box. Depot, 66
Cortland t Street, Now York. [Feb. 191 .
nE.. Subscriber, boing about -to go west, of..
'fors for Salo at a groat bargain to the-pur
chaser, the following propifitx, to wit : Orie bun
#sl.d:aarla,af sitnatealsont 4 'miles S oath-
Kll4lWRAtifeld Porb;;on Potter Brook ftbad—
seventy4yo .aor4',lMproved,, the balance good
'homrcieleand hard timber, with, good sugar bush,
Pad ; 4 1P09 7 at'allard, gbod' frame 'barn and log
hoase4lterenn. ' The faint is well adapted to
haryinglurpOies,,baring,f4lentY of liviak wa
der on all parts. For terlrisj caltbit theittbsoii.
baron the premises, or address him at Westfield,
Tioga Co., Pa. 1.
TOB-WORE, IN THE BEST STYLE, and
A4J, § p
Farm for Sale 1
111 11SALE DRk •STOIIII.
(;(.)RN 1N( N.
D i l tgi s o
1 A L N ,9, 1) NIEDICMES, PAINT •
TIIADDELIS I)AVIDS' INES, KEITIUS
BURNETT'S 0000AINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, 'KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT •MEAIOINESj ROM
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER; WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE' COLORS,
AGENTS FOR •MARVIN & CO'S RE
Bold at Wholesale Prices. payers aro requested
to call and got quotations before going' further
Corning, Jan. 1,1868--1 y
1869-. FOR , SALE. 1869 *
;-• 8.. • 0. WIOpIAM,
A 7T,IIIIS,RUIiSERY OF FRUIT AND OR.
A • N,AMENTAL TREES, IN TIOGA :-
600)00 Ailiple 'Mmes.
10,000 .Pear Trees.
Ageod supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES & SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them l'arge and
in bearing. Any one wishing to' get a supply
will do well to call and see my stook before pur
chasing elsewhere, ffie',Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Feb. 28, 1888-Irl
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WYOMING INSURINCE CO.
IL . 0. SMITH, Sec's,. W. B. Ross, Pre..
T. READ, Gen't Ag't. L. D. Strozatstuttt, V. P
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 8150,000.
HO is the company foc which Theodore
Hatfield was lately agent, and policy hold
era who wish to renew their Insurance aro re
quested to apply to the subscriber.
Girard Fire Insurance Co.
J. B. ALVOAD, TRORAB CRAVEN, Pregident
Secretary. A. S. GILLETT E , V. "
Surplus Over sleo,ooo.
ntinental Ins. 'Company,
OF THE CITY OF NEW®
Cash C4pital, $500;006,00
Grrs Surplus, Jan. 1, 1808, 1,314,590,31
Ca h Assets, do 1,814,590,31
VirPoligies written at this office.
OBOE T. HOPE!, President. '
H. H. LAMPOKT, Vice President.,
CYRUS PECK,' Secretary,
ho subscriber taktis this method of informing
!ppbliii' that ho has the agoney'of the above
ponies; and will bo found at his office over
.'s Drug Store, adjoining Agitator Office. •
JNO. I. MITCDELL.
ellsboro, Pa., Fob. 26, 1868—tf.
To the Farmers ,of Tioga Comity
lAM now building at,nri nianufttcrery,td• Lawrence
a superior - •
. FANNING 11Ii L,
which ppeseesee.the following ad v: (dap excerallother
mills: ' '
'Lit separates oats, rat litter, and font seeds, and
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed,takeiont yellow seed, and all
other eeede, perfectly,. , •
11, It cleans tiinethy4ecd:,, , ,•
4. It does all other eaparatlitgreiluired of
This mill fe built of the beet and moat durable tlra•
her, in good style, and is sold cheap for cash, or pro
at a patent Move, for separating oats trt:im
wheat,to other male, on reasonable terms.
LaWfl44ll,llle,Ottlamrlo i M a 11 MATHER.
W. D. TERBELL & CO.
oC?71 G`c G "5 0
,fogo I . " C.
C) go 4:n
O 0 CA2
0 0 lA. ND
AD paid up in Cash
a t atm 0a1170v.L.F., - i r 1., I.
For kten iind.l343lust.
IT WILL Cllltt.kEtttriMATlsm
The rernitation of GILA preparattatt_is so well est 6.
Gehed, that little need be sald'in this connection.
On' MAW/ it MS ;netrce Melted to Caro "PAINITL
NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, • PormAariNG m u - s .
CLES, STIFFNESS AND PAIN'S IN THE 30lien
STITCHES bathe SIDEor EticIi t EFRAINS ; BRUISEs:
BURNS, SWELLINGS, CORNS and FROSTED FtP.T,
penippo greeted Rhentnatistn Via bck erecttab i
and perninnen tly cured by using this woriderful prep,-
ration; ifpenetrates to the nerve rind bone inintiviteleir
on being applied. , - •, • . -
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POLL EVIL;' FISTULA; 'OLD RUNNING BORE?,
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STIFFNESS OP THE STints o te. itngpreve t i
HOLLOW-HORN and WEAK BACK
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ELIAS HORTON, Principal.
Mits. ADA W. MELTON, Preceptreu.
' Miss MIRA HORTON, Assistant.
Ittss AMANDA DRAKE, Teacher of Mae',
CALENDAR FOR 1.887•8.
Fall Term commences Sept. 3d, Winter Term N
20th, Spring Term Feb::lBth, 1868.
EXPENSES PER TERM.
jPrimary Department t•S
Common English •
Languages and Higher Mathematics 8
Instrumental Music, extra
Vocal Music, extra.
Board per week... •
Knoxville, Angus t 14,18-67—tf.
Planing Sr, Turnii
B. T. VAN, HORN,
iAVINQgot his now factory in oper
is now prepared to fill orders for Ca. •
Ware promptly and in tho best style of work
ship. Having procured a
ho Is ready s to dross hoards or plank with die
SCROLL-WORK & BRACKETS
furnished to order. His machinesaroofthe
oat and most improved patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Wain Sts, WEL;
,Oct. 31, 1868-;tf.
; J. STICICLiN,
4 3_ 1 Chairniaker, Turner,
SALE ROOM, oppoiße , Dartt's WagonEthtr
Main Street..., VACTORY in Soars I, a. V 1
lianas F.e,nndrxi.seionc) i scri,c,y, , td
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soap . —..athering qua..
genuine Casle. Try thie splendid
by the ALDI N CI EMICAL WORKS, 4S Nor
Front Streetj, Philadelphia. sent £,'6B-1c
Tiiga Marble Works:
mut und:rsigned is now prepared to e
1 ente all orders for Tomb Stones and ?do
men 6 or oi,bor
ITALIA OR RUTLAND MARBL .
of the latest style and approved workmanst , t
and with dispatch.
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Marble and will bo able to suit all who may
vor him with their orders, on as reasonable to
as.can he obtained in tho country;
•Stoni discolored with rust and dirt clew el
and tna 010 look as good as new.
Tfoga, Nov. J, 1887—tf.
Valuable Farm for Sale
A farm of throo hundred acres, with twtib n.
dred and twerdy.five acres improve& :it•
tutted two miles north of Tioga Village, on
Tipp% River and Railroad. Well watttered,
der a good state of cultivation, and good by la.
lags.. 'Also four houses and lots fur sale in Ti l , p
village. T. L. VALDWIIt.
\Timm, Feb. 12, 18d8—tf.
CHOICE LOT OF GRAIN BAGS for
cheap! at WRIGHT do BAILEY
Wellaboro, June 5,1887.
ow Turk. B
and New Grim!,
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