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- The Campaign.
gorroiplindetio! of thelAiki,jr•
. As .the _political campaign for the
present year has already opened rather
briskly, it may not be inappropriate to
express publicly some of the-- cardinal
pripeiples' by which we shonldle gov
erned`daring the ordeal ;' and - first, let
'me premise, that personal hiekerings
bet Ween.-the different candidates,,illy
becomes. _Si-Soria - ra ffi
ring °oce, at- our
and more despicable does it
look when they. resort, to open slander
and abuie. These thrgs- should not
be, countenanced : in an intelligent com
munity, and it is.ba be hoped that - only
.an • honorable 'spirit of :rivalry will be
indulged in bythe numerous candidates
before the people. It is not the prov
ince of this article to disciiss the merits
or, qualifications of any •of -the, Candi
,datesinor to express- a preference; for
one 'abovOancither, only.so far as-relates
to those who are- to represent us in the.
general Assembly, and-it seems hardly
ne(insgary to speak even in their behalf.
That our- district was •-ably.represented
in both branches of the last Legislature
is unnecesiary, for me 'to attirni._ If
such is the 'fact, why should there be
_even a dissenting voice to their return
to.a poit 'front which they can illy be
Spared at the present time? When we
carefully review the legislation of last
winter, and the important measures in
troduced, discussed and finally acted
upon by that body, we cannot but feel
proud of the record made by the me ni
bers from our county, a recotd that will
last as long - as our native common
' wealth; as. long as a single right bade!
nied any human heing and until eter
nal justice shall reign supreme. in our•
' B. Niles served-his first
term. .a ' Legislator, and by his
courteous co4duct nnedecorum in de
bate, he gained. the confidence, and 're
spect Of both parties composing the
• Ifouse,is sufficient evidence of his fit
nes§ 'for the , position ; and I anticipate
that when our convention shall assem
ble to make its nominations for - the
succeeding term, his ,services will be
recognized by the unanimous • vote of
his constituency. ”
Of Hon. 13. 13. Strang, it seems al
most presumptuous in me to say any
thing. Every school-boy has become
familiar with his name; acid . iu our po
litical circles, it is as a household ~word
and rallying point.' Of his font* years
service as a member of the. Rouse of
Representatives, it is li . inecessary to
give even a passing noti e, were it not
that ,we love to refer and point with
pride to the actions and l i tleeds of, great
and good men. They make for us our
history, how many] such has our coun
try produced whose record should be
prel - ierved upon brazen tablets.
It, maybe said, and urged by some
that, Mr. Strang has' had his share of
political preferment asa member of the
Ligislature, but 1 answer that by say
ing : a man has never occupied official
0 position too long, so long as his career
_enures to the general benefit of the
,public, and people act but rashly When
they exchange the services of a true
patriot 'and tried veteran, air One of
whom thepublic knows little or noth
ing. " , cowANEsQl.m.'' •
immediately :after Secretary Bout
well assumed the duties pr his office,
he notified the Heads of Bureaus in
his Department to inform him of the
condition of business hi their respec
tive Bureaus, and the ntthiber of clerks
employed. It was asters that in
some of the bureaus titer were a hun
dred clerks, male and fenale, more than
was necessary to discharge the duties,
and it appears that this !rge increase
had been made just before the last Ad
ministration went out of power. Or
ders were at once given to the Heads
of the Bureaus to cut down the clerical
force to the actual requirements of the
Department. A committee was ac
cordingly appointed to make un exam
ination as I to the proper persons to be'
discharged. It WAS found that in some
eases there were:as many as three in
one family in WO — Department, and in
many cases both:the men and women
were ineompeteUt to discharge the du
ties of au ordinary clerk. Others be
longed to the Johnson Department
Club, and bad been leading rebels dur
ing the rebellion. Of course they
were ordered to be dismissed. There
aro a good iriauy(olerks.in the Depart-.
meat whose services will be dispensed
with before the commencement of the
fiscal year (July).
Olive Logan made, another speech
the other day, at a woman's.meeting in
Brooklyn, in which she said : ' I reject'
the trowsers with contempt and scorn.
Men cut a sufficiently ridiculous figure
in them themselves. - The trouble is,
they don't like their own costumes,
and are envious of our laces, jewelry,
frills, and dresses. "Prowsers, ' for
sooth, trowsers l' Shtike not thy ridic
ulous garments at me. No, so' long as
we can bave;bur silks, satins, and
shawls, we will repudiate your absurd
bifurcated unwhispnrables. Look 'at
your swallow-tail coats, stove-p pe
hats ; and you wear your hair so sh rt,
some, of you, that you look precis ly
. monkeys, and I don't wonder that
one of your - numberhas written a book
showing that animal to be a - father of
his race.' This speech' was greeted
with roars of laughter and applause.
The hair is not only one of, the ac
cessories of, human beauty, but is de
signed to protect the health as a bad
,conductor of hat it serves to equalize
the temperate e of the brain. The
nerve contained In the hair tube is
frequently paralyzed and the coloring
destroyed ;i'but by proper remedies the
gray hair can be restored to its original
c010r,. - and where it has fallen' off a
new growth can be prodticed by the
.use of -Hall's Vegeta:We Sicilian Re
newer. The producing power of this
invaluablecompound is beyond a doubt.
By this use' the absorbents become ac
tive and nourish the bulb which sup
ports the roots of the hair.
The house in Frederick, Maryland,
from the attic window of which Barb
ara Freitchie sent her famous defiance
to Stonewall Jackidn and his bold rid
ers-has disappeared. The local paper,
in chronicling the event, says it was in
pursuance Of a determination of the
city authorities to blot out the memory
of the Freitchie woman.'
Financial. Phalon's " mon :"nE
ir,kyo," the new perfume for the hand
kerchief, is creating considerable 'ex
citement among the five-twenties, also
among the sweet sixteen. Sold by All
And now another radical lie has
been nailed.' General Hancock \ has
authorized a St. Pant paper to deny,
that he protestei r l again t t being sent to
the West. •
lit Latvrencevitie, Pa.
71111 E 1. 0. of 0.T.. of Om County of Tioga, will bold
I a 2k•Nio Colebratiou of tiro coming Auniotenry
of our Nulioas Indopendenco, nt
LAWRENCEVILLE, FRIDAY, JULY 2,1509. .
Officers of the ilay : President, Hon; E. T. Denny, TI
oga. Vico Presidents: O. V. Elliott, Mansfield ; John
Stevens, Tioga ;P. C.Kniffin, Mainsburg; Rev-M. 8.
KYmer, Blots ; A. F. Denjan, Lawrenceville; W. 11.
Bolt, Nelsen ; Rev. B. B. Benedict. Bikland ; .1. IL
Retard , Occola; .1. ll.sbaw, Ntlee Valley; 11. Crown,
Covington ; R. F. Raker, .Blk Bun; , Dr. Eastman,
Well b. Elliott Eget Charleston ;
Reynolds, Knoxville; Join Francis, Chpirleston ; K. J.
Towner, MlddleLury; Chas. Houghton, Stony Fork.—
Orators.—lion. it. D. %eve, O. Ny„ C. T., Great Rood;
M. IL Cobb and huff .O. W. lllerrick, Welleboro ; lbw.
N. L. Reynolds,l3lollll. Reader.—Augustus Alba, Knox
ville. Chaplaine..—Hev, E. D. !fella,Lawrenceville;
std Itev. Wm.. 111. Ila+kell. loirmiugon, Marehal.--,-
Chas . 11. Ford, Neg.; JON. Duoll, Assintnut, Lawrence-
The 14 . 00t/felon ,frill form on Academy Emare;:n
front of (Mod Tofeiplaka Hall st 040 A. M.
direction of the Alarvbei, end us erth to th e 'Orate, pro-
A',' coded hr the Lawrenceville trans Rawl, Tle -uAnn
- hers of the (hater will *war in their appro , rl4lO to.
galls. All the , friemis of The Temptratae . tige, litid
Um titlpne OL the taunt, end ifitfliii..fito 44164411 y
Invited to attend, by Ode? of tim Crinttinthay, A, y,
iknlumla , J,.7 , 7 attori o X, Li, $461111, We Inl4yeri f Ye 14,
V4O Maly, Cotstirtzt, 21.-
WELLBBOBO -PBlol' A .
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 18439
, . . .
'Poi- Commissioner. ,',,- ', , . •
We ate requested to state' that =Mr. P. V.V - an
Ness, of Rutland, consents -
o to to a candidate for
a renomination to the ofnce - of County Commis-
Blotter; antget to the deeisiOn of-the Republican
Convention. - . - ) . -
Outside will , be found interesting
correspondence .from the West, both.
froth Celorado and Wyoniing Terri
tories. " .
• . ,
Mr. D. S. Magee, son of the late John
Magee, died in Germany, where he was
Sojourning forhis broken health, on the
Bth l Of,'May ult. The bOdy was brought
home and burled at Watkins last Thurs
We are glad to letirn that Alex. H.
Stevens has not 'commenced work on
the second volUme of his history of the
Rebellion. For, his reputation's sake he
should not have written the first. It is
aboutequal to Charles Grandisou.
Pollard's Secret History of the South
ern Confederacy •is nearly ready - for
delivery. We noticed this 'week two
weeks ago. It will be Werth reading
as coining from one thoroughly posted
in the inside work of that stupendous
failure. Mr. W. B. Midaugh, of Law
renceville, is the agent.
The Wellsboro .40itator advertises seven-appli
cations for divorce. People in Tioga`must believe
in marrying when they can, and- repenting at
Thus the Bradford Reporter. YOu
claim to beat Tioga in butter and cheese.
Tioga beats you on pigs and diVorces.
Own up, or take refuge behind a few
pet cows, grained and slopped, as you
Theleditors of the - Bellefonte Bepubli ,
can complain that the Democratic pa
per of that village and a " Court House
Clique," has ruled Center • County for
eight years. Judging the Republicans
by the article published iu the first
naMed paper upon the Gubernatorial
candidacy, P. G. Meek may as well
have the reins eight years longer:•
Somewhat in breach' of our custom
we publish a communication from
" Cowanesque " in another column. It
is a case where there appears to ho no
oppositiOn: .Of course the Pioga public
understands that when the columns of
THE AGITATOR are opened to eulogy
or discussion, all parties fare alike. In
divigually we have nul opinion to ex
'The last sensation - is an attempt to
deny that negroes-yoed in Pennsylva
nia before the adoption of the new Con
stitution. We are now waiting for
some Democratic paper to deny that
Slavery is among the
,things that were
and ought not to haye been. Why it
is necessary to falsify history and deny
facts to keep the breath of life in the
Democratic 'party, we do not just now
see. Perhaps it will all be made plain
PLAIN TALK POlt, PLAIN PEOPLE
We write this for the people-I%v
whom we mean l the men who grow our
wheat and corn ,i 'make our butter and
cheese, mine our coal and iron, build
our houses, shoe our horses, make our
wagons, convert the forests into cash,
and Who do generally those things
Which pertain to production. Politi
cians,—by whom -we mean those who
live by their trade of politics—need not
read it. - .
It does not matter much in what es
pecial forms govertp:uents come to a
people. , Equality before the law anll
equality in private prerogative, for all
classes, constitute perfectness of human
This is a pretty good government.
Individually we care not to , exehapg
or substityte it for any other. It is not
perfect ; but it is the best example of
republican forms of governing
past history or present fact affords. Its
main excellence lies in its easy adjust
ment to the emergencies and new con
ditions of progress. It shapes itself to
the needs of the age. Unlike the Medes
it changes when the people will it. In
the hands of the people Constitittions
become as clay in the , hands of the
Potter,' plastic ; and 'as the clay becomes
the outwrought torin of . the ' potter's
thought, so Constitutions are rubbish
unless they bear the impress of the
The majority in' this ' country can
make the republic a permanent bless
ing, or a transitory curse, If ever the
government goes down, the people will
have the blame to bear. If ever the peo
ple lose their liberties they themselves,
must connive at the loss. The people
Constitute the source and inriti.4ll - the
appliances of power here. The rls.ipon
sibility is theirs to bear. If ve sneceed
as a nation theirs is to be thhonor. If
wo fail they must bear the st grim.
Now, what is this to say . It is to
say that where the masses govern they
must regard the - matter in-the light of
a solemn duty. This generation is not
to labor 'for itself. The 'generation which
pirecedeA it_labored, not for itself, but
for us. Wo are working, not for our
selves, but , for the - generationi which
shall succeed - us. Weave indebted to
the generation which . preceded us for
every good thing inhering in our system
of governMent.. They built the bridge
which we are . passing over,- We are
preparing the way for thoie who' 'shall
come after us. " -
Therefore must we build well, and
high, and strong. Not more now than
1800 years ago do men gather grapes of
thorns or figs of thistles. If you plant
diseased potatoes look for the rot in the
fall. If you sow foul wheat, you may
expect chess and cockle when you reap.
If the human race have one cans& l ot
thaill*lness paramount, )t is that the
harvest always corresponds to the solv
ing, without recourse and without par
The people, have been criminally
careless of the common interest. They
have played the irresponsible too often
and too long. You may plant and sow,
and go to bed with the consciousness
tinit your crops will grow while you
sleep. , "Nat so with 'g r Overning. That%
a different sort of thing. Agents eon
not beieft to themselves, as,you
your seed • wheat and oats to -
ening forces of Alte - earth. ' The ambiz
tlons of men are not . to he Considered.
What•are the petty atahiticiis of men
It: eontrast with the greatest geod to
the whOle people? Nothing; even less
.Better_that the whole
arde ofseltish ambitions, Which - plague
humanity and till the' earth •wlth Vio
lence, be, ignored and destroyCd, than
that the common interest should suffer
by their gratification. The highest duty
of the good citizen is ins° cast his vote
and influence that, the appliances of
power shall ,be he,althr•end vigorous.
Men who trifle with the solerim diitie.s
of life cannot''complain 'when their
recklessness manna in disaster. It May
not be much to theothoughtlesS and base
whether affairs be administered with
wisidetn and eeonotny; or, for the en
riching and aggrandizing of the agents
employed ; but it does matter to the
masses, who must bear the - blame of
fallurp as the result ,of such trifling. If
you would have government stable and
beneficient you must see to it that the
agencies of vimular will, are pure and
patriotic. The possibility of a perman- 1
entrepublic lies in the practical carry
ing out of - 'this sentiment: NOTHING
FOR FAVOR; EVERYTHING FOR THE
It is fashionable to flatter the masses.
We shall do nothing of the kind. Every
disasten, every extravagance, - every
Maladminiitration of affairs must ' be
charged upon the masses. You cannot
shake your fists at political hucksters
and Say : " You did It l" The people
cannot shirk the consequences of their
neglect.• They are• principals, bound by
the acts of their agents, and when they
follow one folly by another, and anoth
er, they become conspirators against the
Stability of order: Is it not high time
thaCthese evils' were denounced and
uprooted? Can a man who desires
nothing so much as the success of free
government remain silent while the
masses carelessly smite at its life?,
We shall not flatter the people. They
are best served by the truth. When,
last • year, they demanded the nomina
tion of 4 man known only by his rep
utationlor ability and strict integrity,
for Chief Magistrate of the Republic,
the people took a step in the right di
rection. But a single step will not do.
It should be only the first %step toward
the overthrow of the tyranny, of Cus
tom and the triumph of. Common
We congratulate the people upon the
,beginning of reform in our primary po
litical action. The Committee has call
ed' the Convention for the 10th July,
.the delegate elections for the 10th. Bet.
ter than usual this, hut not goodenough.
The Convention should be held on the
last Friday in June. i'We are told that
the candidates wanted a month or two
longer to horn the ever ; patient people.
rlVe ever patient people; , unless they.
Ile.fo•us, want the Convention early.
.Tbdy ,are annually outraged by. the
cloud of patriotic men who ask to bleed
and die for the loaves and fishes. The
system of canvassing is a disgrace to
our political system. The people can
enria it "DIIMIET.rOk its
existence, therefore. Had the Commit
tee put the Convention on , the 3d of
July it would have done better. How
Those papers which speak of Grant
as having disappointed the people who
placed him in power, must speak for
themselves—not for the masses, who
have not been disappointed in
scramble for place. Men who 'wanted
to go abroad and couldn't; who wanted
fat offices at home, and didn't get them;
who wanted to control Grant and are
suddenly become aware that the less
never control the greater; these peo
ple all regard Grant With an evil eye.
flow your chscordant trumpets, gen
tlemen. ]3ut remtimber that the poli
ticians by trade did not nominate Grant
and Colfax. The Republican masses
forced those truculent managers to the
wall and made Chicago a sheer formal
ity. If the people return 'the reins to
the political snags which curse the par
ty, everywhere, they may get sympathy
from the grizzly bears.
Prc-Nrc.--The Young School House
and Round Top Sunday Schools had a delight
ful pie-nio celebration in Bellonger's Grove, Sat
urday last. About 300 perpons were present.—
Everything wont off pleasantly. •
At a meeting -of the Tioga County Republican
Committee hold at Wellsboro,Juno 11,1869, it was
resolved that an Election be hold by the Republican
Electors of Tioga County at the several places of
holding elections In the respective Election Districts
on SATURDAY tho 10th day of July next between
the hours of one • and six o'clock in the afternoon of
said day for the purpose of electing two persona from
each election district to represent said districts in a
Republican County Convention to be held tit WELLS.
BOitO on FRIDAY the 16th' day of JULY next, for
the purpose of nominating candidates to be supported
t the ensuing election.
It is enjoined upon Election Boards that none but
Itepubileone be allowed to vote at the primary moot•
Tho following named gentlemen 'wore appointed
Committe es of vigilance for their respective town-
ships. Their dnty is to see that notice is given of tho
time of Delegate Meetings, and to open and conduct
the election for delegates at the time named.
floss—boury Mollands, Win Densmore.
Brookfield—John Pitch. Win Simmons.
Chatham—Roubon Morse, Mesta Leo.
Charlesto n—Rosel (Mile, .1 J Rees.
Clymer—liansooller Gee, W 0 Bristol.
Covington—Tilly Mervin, Frank Kelly.
Covington Borc.—.l C Johnson, S S Packard.
Delmar—John Karr, 711 W Wotherbeo.
Deerfield—M V Purple, 0 8 Bonham.
Elk—John Maynard, Loren Wetmore.
Elkland—BonJ. Dorranco, D II Duckbee.
Fannington—llobt.Omishier, Jae, Beebe
Fail Brook—Alex., Pollock, Martin Stratton
Gaines—Jesse Locke, W E Marsh
Jackson—W E Sterdevant , 81 K Ratan
Liborly—Cbas.F Veil, Samuel Badman
Knoxville--L B Reynolds, Leroy Love
Lawrence—David Power; Dyer Inecho
Lawrenceville—James Kinsey, T IT Tompkins
Mainsberg—DtS Maine, A F Packard
ilansfield—jobn Phelps,B D Elliott
Middlebnry—ll A Stevens, Merin W. Staples
Morris—Enoch Blackwell, Remick Webster
Nelson-0 II Baxter, Joseph Campbell .
Osceola—Philetes Crandall, Cll Taylor ,
Richmond—W 0 Ripley, Beth Whittaker
Rutland—John Van Noso,Dl El Morton '
Shippen—Joseph Darling, Oeo.D LW) . — _
Sullivan—Elliott Rose, Nortbnp Smith -
Tioga—Ed Depel, II 13. Johnson
Tioga oro—T A;Wickham, Frank Adams
Vi lon—A A Griswold, Frank Irwin
Ward Wallace Chaise, 13 , T Stagers
Wellsboro--.11 0 Bailey, 8 9 Rockwell
Westfield-LS ABu Ira Edgocomb
, Westfield Boro— ck, J
0 Strang, S D'Phillipa.
R. T. Wood, Seep. beau rouse, Chairman.
Wellsboro, June 11,1860. '
THE THE FOURTH OF allay . WILL BE
APPROPRIATELY • CELEBRATED
JULY 6, 1869, .
AT SABINSVILLE; TIOGA CO., PA.
ORATIONS WILL BE DELIVERED BY
,j HON. B. B. STRANG, MAJ. R. T.
NNW AND OTHERS.
bisits WILL BE A DANCE IN THE EYENINO
AT THE , KEYSTONE HOTEL. Music by the
N'tW SUMMEi Go4B.
I --''' : : :.: -I''''' ' 7 :l:-.
TIMES: St ],14-41(Elt;
VOULD say to their Triendi/ilgi ibe pub li c
generally, that they:are .nortfyooetring
eplendid assortment ofaumFier
SHEETINGS, • 'SHIRTINGfS, ; .PRINTS,
• ' CLOTHS, OASSIMERES,
_ INGS, READY mADP,'
THING, EATS. & OA.PS, !
BOOTS AND SHOES,
also a largo and wall solootedatook of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WOODEN
WARE, STONE WARE, HERO
, SENA OIL, PAINTS &
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFERS,
SYRUPS, , MOLASSES;
ETO,. ETO., BTO, I
We are able to offer oar enetoniere the. benefit
LAST DECLINE OF PRICES
in the New York Market, our Stock' having been
purchased slue° the great decline &floe&
TOLES & BARKER.
Welleboro, June 16,'1869. • , •
Summer is Long a-Coining
AND soma people begin to lose faith in th e
promise of seedtime and barvest. In view
of this fao t
Bullard & Col,
have concluded to hurry up the season by stock
ing their shelves and counters with a wilscly se
lected and superior lot of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
comprising a variety, of
Silks, Linens, Hosiery, Gloves, Em
broideries, Poplins, Lawns, Percales,
Piquas, &a., &c.,
together with a line lot of
Domestics, Sheetings, Shiitings, Sum
mei! Clothing,' Ladies Shoes, &c. •
Wo shall sell as low as anybody, and give you
Juno 16,1869-13 m.
Them Things is Arriv
EVERY thing is lovely, and the anxious biped
depends from a sublime attitude.
You will Please Observe,
that the best natured man in Town having no
ticed the wants of the public, and having boun.
Wally supplied himself with almost everything
which this world can afford to appease them;
now benevolently proposes to open the whole be
fore the people, and say to all, old and young,
black and white, rich and poor,
You pay your Money and you take your
- ' choice.
Don't stand out in the oold exposed to the el-
ements and to the Sting of the neighbors bees,
but pull the latch string, it is always out in bus
iness hotirs, &o.
) • -
The large hearted proprietor, or his urbane
good natured clerk will conduct you, as it were
filled with ravishing delights.
-let. ;1, - GARDEN 'OF SPICES, in which
every thing Spioy,from a nutmeg to cayenne pep.
per mar be seen and procured.
2d, A GARDEN -1 0 SWEETS, in which ev
ery variety of Saccharine delights, both solid and
liquid may be had by the stick, pound or gallon,
and of such Savor and complexion as will make
every Robing sweet tooth in your head fairly
jump with delight. Sboild you be pomologi
oally inclined, this humane individual will con
duct you into
GARDEN OF FRUITS, in which almost 0v. 7
cry variety of luscious things to be found gat&
ered from the four quarters of the globe, will be
shown to satisfy your largest longings. Oranges
from Cabs, Lemons from Florida, - Prune's from
Turkey, Raisins fromMalagi, 'Currants from the
Province, ArehipelagoaPoaohes dried and calm.
ed along with a great variety of Canned, Fruits
from the Jerseys; Dates from Syria, and Figs
from Asia Minor. No end to the supply of every
species of NUTS from 3 Continents.
THE TEA GARDEN will next command
your attention; the warm decoction of the China
loaf and tho Java bean have become almost uni
versal beverages, and if not swallowed too hot or
to strong, the mild stimulants aro esteemed as
eminently promotive of comfort and
What cornpany of elderly ladies 'could. over part
in peace without them? Now your friend the.
GARDNER, , will be moat happy to show you!
all this. He will ask you politely to look at his
Tea. Yon are weloomo to try every cheat and
see If GUN POWDER, Souchoug GREEN,
HYSON, &0., which flavor you like, but of all!
the other styles whose jaw craokingnanies would!
bodangerous topronoance, yen, yes. COPPERS,.
in every style, ditto, ditto, ditto.
The beneficent proprietor 'of this mammoth t
tablishment—ont of sheer good will, and if yon
will believe him for no, other motive than your
interest and his, has at vast expense established
at the lame plaeo an immense depot of Provist•
Flour, Pork, Lardreodfieb, White Flab
Sword FleN &0., +ice.
Meal, Hams, Butter, Trout, Blue Piab,
Halibut, dm., 4co. '
All of rhiCh he intendslo sell* a profit, on the
principle of "live and let live.' He generally
proposes also to receive in exchange ail the pr -
.ducts of your farm and dairies,and it is said con
fidentially to the public, that be never refuses
Tho' i 6 Irks him writtehedly to keep At. So
anxious is he. that the dear people, should want
nothitig whatever that money can ay of
- • A: GARDNER.
Wellalioro; June 16,i8b9. ' '
Ch 9.. n. Gradatnith, of Wellsboro, will be a
oan date for. Treasurer; subject to the dealsiou
Of the ROpublican convention.
' W ere reqtielitea to announce - ' titles Roberti,
of pokiille c iura candidate for Treasurer, sub
ject o the' fl!foision of the p,epublioan County'
ConTention. - •
'lllevid Cameron, of Tioga, wilt be a candidate
for Treasurer, tinkled to theidecision of the Re.
Stowell, Jr., of Wellsborp, will be a can.
dida e for Treasur er, sobjeaS to , ,the decision of
the ' opiiblican toutity, Com:tattoo.
R • member tbat Alb e rt Bak r, of Westfield Bore,
on:-armed " Booktail" that votes as he shot, is
tae_ , andidats for County Treesurer, subject to the'
deolan of the Republican County Convention.
You s Respectfully, • • ' 4 . 1.1388 T
• a, are-requested to • annartce Alonzo
Spa d oer, of Richmond, as a candidate fot - Connty
Tr° surer in the approaching Republican County
Co veutlon, and subject' to the decision of the
. e are requested to announce Gen. R. O. Cox,
of 'berth as a candidate for Treasurer, subject
to he,decisiortof the Republican County Con
ve tion. - • • - . .
1 harlse P. Miller; of, Tioga; will be la condi.
da • for Treasurer, subject to the decision of the'
Re .üblicatt Cot:mention,:
8. Auction offers himself as a eatididate for
Reitister and Recorder, subject to the tdeelsion
of the Republicau'eouv,ention. , - ' ' • •
D. L. DBII NE offers hhuselfas a candidate , for
the 'position of,Register and Recorder, subject to
the decision oft he . Republican county Conran-
BM W: TABOR, 0te113408t013, will be a candl
da for Poothonotary:subject s to the decision of
Be.Oilcan Convention. '
.F. liostarmsos ' la a candidate for the office
of Prothonotary,.. Subject to the deabdon of the
.siblioan Convention of Voila county.
HAVE BEORIVED LETTERS from sever
al leading members orate Dental profession
sokipeoting 'f'Dr. Folsom's Wonderful Improved
Dental Plate." extraotafrom ',blob will be found
"The improvement claimed by Dr. Folsom is
of no value whatever. Neither the professors in
the Boston Dental College, nor the dentists of
Beaton, consider it worthy of otice."
[From an Elmira Correspondent.]
1" No dentist in this city using Folsom's
oved Method: It is an old idea which some
I" You cannot rely upon Folsom's Improved
lan of constructing Dental Plates."
. A. B. EASTMAN.
/ME undersigned, exeontors of John Neal,
late of Liberty, dee'd, hereby give notice
that nil persons indebted to, or claiming against
the estate of said decedent, must settle with
them. DANIEL NEAL, } •
Liberty, June 16, '69-6we.
OST—Betwaen Dartt Settlement, via, Whit
neyvillo, and my house, Jane 8, a roll o
b. nk notes amounting to s2o.' The' finder wil
b liberally rewarded on delivering it to me.
Juno 10, 1860-2 w.
7. the District Court of the United. States, for
the Western District of Pennilliania.
William Bostwick, a Bankrupt under the Act
of Congress of March 2, 1867, having applied
Or a discharge from all his debts, and other
13aims provable under said Act, by order of the
0 urt, notice is hereby given to all persons who
h vo proved their debts, and other persona in
t rested, to appear on the 10th day of July
i ? 3
sq., Register in Bankruptcy, at his officio, in
toga Pa., to show cause, if any they have why
aDisoharge should not be granted to the said
ankrupt. And further,notice is hereby given,
t at the Second and• Third Meetings of Creditors
of the said Bankrupt, required by the 27th and
,28th Sections of said Act, will be held , before
the said Register, at the same, time and 'place.
S. C. McCANDLBSS,
BULLARD & CO
It is really two machines in one by a'aimple
nd beautiful 'mechanical arrangement, making
.oth the Shuttle or Look-stitch and the Over
miming and Autton-hole stitch with equal fa
.ility and perfection,•
It executes in the very best manner every va
riety of sewing, each as
and in addition OVER-SEAMING. Embroiders
on the edge and makes beautiful Button arid
Nyolet-boles In alt ,fabrics. Every Machine is
warranted by the Company orits Agents to giro
For further information inquire of F. KINGS-'
LEY, at.K. 0. Bailey's in Monis Run, or of Mrs.
S. K. EVERETT; fear doors south of the Depot
near R. Fan's Hotel, Bloaaburg, where the ma
chine may be tried, and instruotions received in
using the Machine, by all those wishing to buy.
; P. KINGSLEY, Agent.
• Morris Run, Pa., JuneV, 1869--Sni.*
TnEpetition of Charles P. Dooderline re
siding in , Liberty, township, County of
Tioga, State of Pennsylvania, praying that his
name be changed to Charles P. Reitz; having
been Mod in the court of common Pleas of
Tioga county for more than three months,'itnd
the proper fees required by law having been
paid; It is -hereby ordered by. the said Court
sitting in session this second day of =June, A. D.
1869: That the name of Charles F. Dooderline
be and hereby is changed to that of Charles F.
Belts, and that the former Charles P. Doeder
line be hereafter known and recogn sod as Chas.
F. Reitz. By order of the Court, 4oi: y Term '69.
IWILL sell my farm, lying in Rutland and
Sullivan townships, containing about 120
acres, 80 or 90 acres improved. This is a dairy
farm, with living water in every field. There is
not a stump or a atone on the Unproved laud,
and you can trot a horse with a good load ovor
every acre of it. Not a rook on the whole farm.
Tho bnilditigs are new and first class. The
house is large and commodious, finished from
cellar to garret; water, well and cistern; under
the roof. Barn 313x46, and shed 20;02, and
• The timber is beech, maple, and laickery.—
There are 1000 young hickories on• it, no pine or
: Church within mile , ? andl3ohoolhouse within
7fi rods,. Location 2 miles from Roseville, 2fr
miles from Austinville, 2i miles from Chandlers
burg, 7 miles from Troy, and the same from
For terms, hi4nire on the premises of
Juno 2,1881 w.* ALANSON PALMER.
NE ARRIVAL !
MRS. E. E. .KIMBALL •
Is iow'resoiviag 'fresh from New .York a varied
assortment of • • •
SPRING STYLES •
of MILLINERY GOODS; which she offers at
her usual liberal prices. Thankful for, past pat
ronage she 'respectfully alike a coatinntume of
the same. Shop next door above • the Presbyte
rian Ohara, Wellsboroi' May 12, 1869-3 m.•
ONE pair large Team Horses, weight 2,600
lbs.,' 2 Utica Wagons, I light , two horse
Democrat Wagon, flight two horse covered Wa
gon, 5 pair Bob Sleds, part new, 2 sett heavy
Harness, 6 pr. binding Chains, &c. Terms easy.
For farther particulars inquire at the store of
3. B. DIMON".b CO.
liiles.Valley, March 17,1666—tf.
.XANY nevi testimonies in favor of Nitrous
Oxide Gas are constantly being left at A.
Bastnian'a, where teeth are, filled with Gold
in a superior manner pith a discount iron 10 to
25 per cent. All 'styles of artificial tooth ', inser
ted on short notice. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Wellaboro, May 28,1880. •. -
U OOP SHIRTS, at
Cautio e n.
I) [Prosk Dr. IC W: pray, Boston, Maas.]
n has 17Znamari enough to get patented,"
[From Dr. Dodson, Wittiairteport, Pa.l
Welleboro,-June 18, 1889.
June 16, 1869-2 w.
BUT. 7 1 ON-HOLE OVER-SEAMING
Alf.2> /IV wING MACHINE.
HE greatest Invention and the beat sowing
Machine In the world. It bee no equal u
Family Machine. And
INTRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
HEMMING, YELLING, CORDING
QUILTING, GATHERING and SEW
Valuable Farm for Sale.
HAVING made arrangementi ta keep a stil
last year, and believing Judicious Advertising to be a goo,
of the AMTATOR more extensively than for the last two
made as attractive by as as possible. We keep It !urge sto ,
warranted in keeping, and allow no one to undersell• us a'
article for a given price that the Market will afford. We I.
Brown Sheetings, Bleached Meetings, Brown
Tie!dugs, Checked Shirtings, Striped
Denims, blue di- brown.
We have added to this stook a fine assortment of
Brown Table Linens front 56 cts to $l,OO. Bkache
Bkh'd do $,1,00 to 150. Toweling
at a reduction of 25 to 80 per cent fr.
B ACK SILKS,' PRINTED DELAINES, SEEDED DELAINES, SEROES, AL
PACAS, FANCY POPLIN, FRENCH POPLINS, PLAIN POPLINS,
CHANGEABLE POPLINS, ALPACA POPLINS, BLACK AL.
PACAS, BLACK ALPACA POPLINS. PLAIDS.
Tho above stock can be found the most complete, and
offered before. Comparing favorably with the largest St
We have made arrangements with our Skirt Manufao urer so have an extra discount on our
purchases of him, and we intend to give our customers the benefit of this arrangement. From
thiji date our entire Stook of Skirts will be sold at an average roduotion• of about 25 per cent, mak
lug them lower than everibefore
De LANG a CUY.B.
The 4he PiiCe Che p, !tore!
•: - A:.l. PARS9III4::&:',CO„
New Goods: Received
DOMESTIC DEP .
We have now in stook, (and are receiving additions to it almost daily) an unusually largo and
, well assorted stook 'of
75 et. Skirt for 50 cts.; $l,OO Skirt for 75 cts.; $1;25 Skirt for $l,OO ; sl,so.Skirtfo
$1,25; $2,00 Skirt for $1,50. &C., &O.
In Ladies sizes. Misses and Children's equally cheap.
Wo can do better for our customers in this stock than at any. time daring the war, and as the
Goods are now very cheap, so thag sales will warrant it we shall keep a much better Stock than
far several years past. Wo shall keep a very handsome stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED NAINSOOKS, JACKONETS, PLAIN AND
DOTTED SWISS, PERCALES, BRILLIANTS, MARSAILLES,
BISHOP LAWNS, LINEN HDICFS,
aiming to supply all calls in as satisfactory manner as possible.
We make pretty big claims on this Stook, and we tbi kwe can back them up. Our business%
this Department has bawl an'inoreaang one every yeall, and we intend to keep it so, if selling the
best qualities of Work at the lowest Market Priem' wili do it. We shall keep a still larger as
• "sortMent of J. Richardson's Work, in following styles:
Men's French Calf Boots,
do A.U. 'do
do Fine KiP Boots.
do Stoga do
do Calf Shoes,
do Kip Shoes,
WOMEN'S MISSES; AND CHILDREN'S 'oriP AND MOROCCO 4 POLISH,
' AND BALMOR HOES,
We also intend to keep a still larger stook of Ladle , Misses and Children's Pine'Work, in
Sergi, Pebble Goat, and Kid in all the desirable styles in those Goode and in Richardson's work,
we shall keep regular goods, so that we can supply o r customers regularly with such work as
they have found to suit them in our stock. All our wtirk except snob as we sell for cheap work,
we warrant, and make satisfactory compensation 1111 pfroves imrerteot in Any way.
We are now keeping to good an assortment of Trull
COMMON PACKING TRUNKS, ALL SIZ
FOLIO, EXTRA QUALITY FOLIO, C o
ITY SARATOGA, AND. GENTS'
We will also order from the Faetory any deseriptio
warranted in keeping on hand, if desired, at less than
We would respectfully invite the attention ofoustompra to our assortment of Parasols which we
think cannot be surpassed either as to style or price by any ono in the trade. We havo a full as.:
sortraent of colors in each of the styles named below,,and also assorted colors In. Linings:
Plain Silk Parasols, lined and unlined 'cheap ;_ Beaded Parasols, lined and
unlined; Changeable'Parasols, lined or ruffled ; alsoplain, lined ruffled
and fringed ; Square and Pannier Parasols, lined and fringed ;
. ' Lace covered Parasols; Chililrens' Parasols. .
SUN UMBRELLAS, cotton and gingham ; afro suple and full boiled Silk,
and in all the desirable sizes.
MISCELLANEOUS GOODS !
Handsome Prints, warrante - a fast colors
Good wide bleached Muslin' et 11 dente per yard
New styles Percales at 2,5 ate par yard, sold all tb
Handsome atook Drees deeds 23 eta. 'Handsome
The beat Bargains'in Black Mantilla Sllke to be
Black Alpacas, 60, 50, On and fib canto. Black
the best goods for the anon •
FlOtred f4wlss and Organdies a
Thanking,the people of itOga County for , their very gnarl:me patronage in the past, wo trust
by strict : attention to busits, and selling Goods n 4 a low figure, to merit a continuance of the
same. - - '
Coming,,June, 9, 1889.
ahnost h . Daily.
Larger Variety'of 0001 is than
investment, intend to use the columns
ears. Our Dry Goods Department is
6k of all goods saleable that we feel
any time.. ,Aiming to keep the boat
vito all to examine our stook in the
• 11T M E NIT.
;Starlin g s, B1c14(1-Shirtings,
17llow Case Cottons,
INEN GOODfVeonsistiog of
Table Linens from 75 cts to $l,OO
, Towels, Napkins & Table Cloths,
m lost season pricey.
t much lower prices than any we have
res in the Southern Tier.
Boy/' Kip Boots,
do Stoga do
Youths Kip Boots,
do Stogy do
s as we formerly did, and shall keep a fu
S, EXTRA +QUALITY, COMMON
*MON AND EXTRA QUA.,L
-i RAVELING. TRUNKS,
of Trunks wanted, that wo do notfee
'the usual profit charged on fair Goods.
t 10 cents per yard.
. spring at 44 ots. to 50 cents. .
..tock of Shawls at $3,00, cheap at $4,00.
and in this vicinity. 1
Ipaca Poplins, 62i, 76, 87i eta, and $l,OO,
we have ever offered.
very low-prices. : :
J. A. PARSONS 4k CO.
Ilow'doek Me little Le e nay
Improve each shining hour I' •
Where ,buy h.:a Sugar Coffee, Tea,
His Pork, Hams; Sugar,
The busy Pee improves lag time,
And saves,his cash also,
& Mother's's, whose goods areprime
Besides dog eheop, you know.
71 : 219
I s not my atroug point'cir but hold; but 1 have
as duty to direbarge in ,the way of priding my
fellow ereaturea with all of the nue caries and
many of tho luxuries l orlife; .tho fore, I am
bound' to proclaim that' in toy line of trade I in.
tend that tne travel in and out of th
during the season, shall load the great, intelli
gent, Ill:wont), and dlsoriminatinz public to liken
it unto '
of yo gentle and tasteful bees in flowery June.
I have made a new doal, and shall hereafter
keep a full stock of such Dry f3oods as
TEA-TEA TT - PI A -=---TEA 1
as varied in assortment, and as high 'in grade
of quality as you will find anywhere this side of
the Celestial Kingdom. In the line' of wet
goods I regard with pride my stock of,-
Molasses & Sirules
which, like other, and less substantial - sweets of
this oboqueied life, are Vanishing adorn jugs
and kegs; though I have a steady . supply from
the City, and defy the ever-aching sweet tooth
of the public. Among other wet goods I have
as well an
. - W i arg4ll4UMM i
AND ' FISH - I IIOOKS AND LINES,
Together with alb and singular thevarions
:o 0 FEES
• COCOA, CHOCOLATE, & BROMA.
And listed, yo barefooted ! I have a largo
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES;
And I want to exchaige everything in my line
for Greenbacks and
MARKETABLE PRODUCE AT,, 'CASH
Call and ECO me. If you call for anything
I haven't-on hand, I'll assure you that it's at
Ttoga, and expected every minute.
Wellsbor,, May b, '69
4 4 HU&-.F-Y.-E
T. L. BALDWIN & CO'S
and see a nice stock of Goods for the
Spring oc,' Summer Trade.
[ such as
ILLIZZU MiTia l Mitg 6001 N
—all styles, colors and patterns—
ALPACAS, POPLINS, CAMBRICKS,
FRENCH JACONETS, ORGANDIES,
- AND COLORED SILKS,
BEAUTIFUL SUMMER SHAWLS,
and a large assorttalent to select from.
CLOAKS READY—MADE, AND CLOTII
TO MAKEMORE, ALL KINDS OF
LININGS, FRINGES, TASSELS
. '&c ,TO TRIM DRESSES
• OR SACQUES.
—Our stock of- : -
can't belient. It keeps up with everything the
Yankoea have thought of so ter.
HOOP SKIRTO, BALMORAL SKIRTS,
too numerous to mention; but will say that you
will seldom find so large on assortment to select
from in a country store, and clear down to the
We also keep a large assortment of
in suits, and parts of suits. Shot;ld we fait to
suit you with ready-mado, we havb Cu rimers,
A TAILOR TO CUT AND PIT. -
Boots and Shoes,
all styles and sizes:
HATS. AND CAPS, STRA GOODS,
I , AND GENTS' FURNI . ING
' GOODS, A COMPLETE INE OF
`CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE,
HARD WARE, SHELF HARD
. WARE, NAILS, IRON,
Looks; Latches, Carpenters' Tools.
A - OE . NERAL STOCK OF
Freed. TEAS are lower than at any time since
the war. Did not go to Cuba to buy sugar, and
so have some obeli)). We ore agents for the
E. TIOWE SEWING' MACHINE.
ratueis, if you was tools to work with drop to.
SALT, LIME; PLASTER, PORK, FLOUR
Lime, Cayuga Plaster, &e
/luttei tube, Palle, Pirkine, and Ashton Salt to
flavor with. All kinds OrFarm Produce went.
'ed. Prices can't be beat.
T. L. BALDWIN do CO.
Tiogs, Pa,, Ma
►V. T. 14fATHERS.