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- SONG-10302A VHE
Queen of idinituh,j raeTtily_png,
Wiiile,tho white fatetn risoi high"; - :
AntistardilY•linsh, and - tinge; and•wring, •
And fasten, this clothes
Men quiinthic Rep, fiesh air' they isci•ini,i... = t
17ndei,tho sltnny-alty, •
I ivish - tve:auld ivastc
,from our.hoarto) and odulo .
The iLahi of - the.week autayi ,) 7.;
And let, whtef and: air by theirmagle
Ouilelves , sis pure nev,they ;, T.
Thou on the earth thdre would be indeed
A.glorious yrathing-doy; - .,' ' '
Meng the inith - V a titan! life, ••' • -
- Will heart's:case ever tilooin • ,
-The busy wind has no time to think
Of itlirrOlf, or care, or gloats'; ' •••
- And anxious thoughts may be; siveidaciay,
As Iro busily whild-a•broom. • ' • 1,
I am glad a task to tie is given
To labor at day by day ; - • • -
For it brings mo h4aith and strength and hope,
And I oheerfaly . learn to say—
" Read you may - think, Heart you may feet -
Bat hand you'iball work-Alway."
FOWASANDEIit3, WVOMING - TE rt
- May 25, 1869.
Comepondenceot tbo Agitator.
Though you have -seen'ere - this thro'
the Eastern 'papers, that the, Pacifies
Railroad le_completed,"and fully _ aP- .
preelate - the: - magnitude - 'of the:ander
taking that has-bound - together the At=
lantie and Pacific Oceans, it might in
terest, the ,readers 'of your_ .Valeable
paper, to- speak of. the great- work, and
of the country-thus thrown-open to, , the
admiration - •of touriats, emigrants, and •
gold-seekers: ' 7 No
need' eini 7
grante"slciWly• wend their, -way' with
oa-teatoS ' 'across' these 'vast• prams;
running the risk of meeting Indians,
and loosing - their, hair, all neeOsity : tor
such 'a made of travelling, is new . dime
away. - is laid, the golden. :
. . .
spike has eendriven,r and the proph,-.
ecy of Benton h.4;,S been fulfilled. .He
said-when they flist eommeneedhuild-i
ing Railroads in the Unitedi : Statos,7,
that "the" Rocky Mountains ', ;Voitholl
form' no 'hairier • to the extension Of' 4
Railrottd from the Atlantic to the , Pii9l,‘
tic Oce' us." On the 10th 0f.'1410, - at.
five tai uteS past, three o'alireltYP, n.;
the - itis blow . was given, , and . Og,,
propheey fulfilled. But many ditifieult
ies had-to he , : ov . ereome, ip.tile,- way' of
grades, hridging-4se ;- an • idea of - which
may be - ,given, - by noting the 'elevation'
of -varibp3 points - on the road, abriVe the
.the'oCetia," Omaha; Ohekedne, - ;
6,062 ft.' Sherinati - Station (Sinninit.ef
the Black Hills,) 8,242 ft., FOrt s aiidetii;.
7,162' ft,',' - Green' Rifer,'6,99B- ,ft:, FOrt -
Bridget' 7,009 ft. ' Promontory- - POO,
(when the Central And :Union Pacific
made;, their junction) 4,943. ft. Summit
of Sikrralievilda, 7,042 ft.ttliente - : to:
San Francisco, the grade gradually de
clines to a.- level,with the,,oeelin:`. - ' The
heavielt l gradoonlthe 'road, Is fietWeert
Dale Creek add Sherman, where'-',iiia
distaneapt four miles the grade :Aver=
Ages, 90 feet ter the mile: Between: the
abevernained' pellits,' the loVers of hat
tures handiwork, may behold froni the
car windows, some of the, granddSt
scenery in the west; mounds, monu
mental, and pyramidal ; : hanging
rocks, sentinel rockS: The 'castle, the
great fortress, and wall of rockfi,--rang
ing in height, from 20, to 30,0leet:eroSs-.
ing Dale Creek, - is the largest bridge.on
the road, it - being 653 feet long and 126
feet high. , having passed the - Black
Hills.; the, trayeller, enters the Laratnie.
Valley, froni Viltence to the - Westward
may be seen the Snowy • Range, •-per
pettially covered with snow. The next
point of interest is Fort Sanders, from
whence" your = correspondent_ Writeli. - --
This is considered the prettiest'pegt'ini
the plains ; being regularly laid out,
built of nicely dressed logs, the iniild
ings nicely - white-witslied, and 'The
grounds kept perfectly (dean'. - The wa
ter used in "the Post, is brought from - a
large Spring about 3 Miles distant, anti
distributed by ditelkes aiong.tlic•fronts
of the barracks, convenient for use.,--
The garrison of the Post at- present.
consists 'of' two • companies:of the' 7th
U. S. Infantry an nalo omit pany 0.-C 0.0
2d Cavalry: it was at this Post; (tire
weuld- , have been Vice Preshient,) F. P.
Moe - with his family spent the
portion of last Summer. Among other
visitors - of note who spent some time
with us last season, were Geniis Grant,
Sherman, Sheridan, Auger, Buford;
the Veteran Olefins. Harvey,land t'rot's,
'AgasSiz and Hall. This season WO-ex
pect a still greater influx of visitors,- of
whom I will write in eouyse of time.
' Laramie City as it now is, ant) the
prospects of agriculturalists ;and gold
seekers in Wyoming Territory, will af
fOrd me material for another letter 'ere
long, ' - 1 • • Yours Truly; -
• JOSH 'FILLINGS' PA PBRS. - 001.113 ,
ing with fear iz the way cowards are
made; counelling with hope iz the way
herpes are made; eounciling with, faith
iz the way Christians are made.
Pleasure Is like a hornet—generally
ends with a sting. • •
Laziness is a good deal like money—
the more a man has of it, the more he
seems to want. - .
There is no such thing/Us inheriting'
virtew ;. money and titles are fever sores
can be inherited., . •
The virtewa of a convent are-like het
The devil owes most of his success, to,
the fakt thathe,ii aiwus on. hand. ,
Lifelz like a , mountain—after" climb
ing up one side, and sliding down the
other put tipithe sled. - „
When a,man prOves a literary - failure
he generally steps up for a critick, and,
like the:-fox in the fable, who had-•lost
his bruSli in 4-trap, kant see a niciilotig
tail without katikerin' to bob it. -
There la Only one excuse. for linFai
deuce, and that iz ignorance. -
/Modest men in trying to be impudept,
/olWays get sassy. •
/ Reputashun iz like money,-the prin
cipal iz often lost by putting it, out
Jealousy is nothingmere than vanity,
for if we love anything more than we
do'ourself, we shant be jealous.
There is many who are,,,ltut nut for
'smart men, but who,,wont 4 pay for mak
Envy is an insult to a man's good
sense; for envy is the pain we feel at
at the excellences of others.
BEAUTIFUL ALLEGOEY.-MT. Crit
tenden was engaged in defending,a man
who had been indicted fora capital -of
fence. 'After an_elaborated and power
ful defence, he closed his effort -, by - the
following striking and 'beautiful tale;
gory : " •
When God in hiseternal conma,el con
ceived.the thought of man's creation,
he called to hint the three ministers
who wait constantly upon his throne-r•
Justice, Truth, and Mercy—and44ns
" Shall we make man ?"- Then . • said
rustic°, "0 God make him not • for he
111 trample upon Thy lbws." Truth
ado an answer "0 God, Make Him
". T „' for he w ill pollute Thy sanctuaries."
' .u l.,Mercy, dropped. upon her knees
a P ( ooking-mp through her tears, ex
: "0 God make will
wa t' l over Mtn with care through all
7Th/;° da- tl • -
A pa is which ho may tread."
than man, and said to him;
" '' ° ""ihou art the child of mercy-,
go.deal *h thy brother."
The j ur Yhen he bad finished, went
into tears, ad against evidence and
'what must n ye been -c
their' mrn - on
victions, brona in verdict of "Not
A petiite, blue-eyed Midden, 'Who was
taming, her MTh ChriattlaS 001 i, and
listeoint.to tier mother and some female
friends lilking obolit domestic broils
and Chliago titvora, created rather a
ben tfationby remarking. "
to he a wldiw !If never2oi ng to marl) i v in going
To lay oil aa, Hquare acre of land,
'emur() 209 Vet 'for each aide of your
aquarc, and s will contain an acre
within an inch,
s i -
Haying formed a partnership id the Tin, Stove
and Hardware trade, the undersigned have the
pleasure to announce that they hat-e, at, a great
outlay, added to the usual steck,of the Old stand
MAIN STRPET;_ WELLSBOR6,
a complete assortment of Shelf 1 Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following.articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
, HAN . BM:MC...SAWS,
BUTTS. STRAP HINGES,
CARPENTER_ S TOOLS, .
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
: SHOVELS, SPADES,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
' PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND RON, GRINDSTONE
• HA GINGS,' CORN
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
, COMBINED. Aleo, -PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. Thoso are but a
few 'of the many articles composing our stook
Wo invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the beet quality of
goods in our lino; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
Buckeye Mower dr, iiiepper.
- WM. ROBERTS. I
R. C. BAILEY,
ROBERTS S BAILEY.
Life Insurance & Trust Oompany,
Capital, - .§1,000,000..
$lOO,OOO deposited with the Auditor. General for
security of the Policy folders. 1
, • OFTCIAL FBA!TUILCS. •
Low cash Prcmiutne. •
Policies, Non-forfeitable by their terms.
Liberal Traveling Privileges.
, Iteturn of all Premiums paid.
Females Insured at same rates as Males.
Home Office B. E. Corner, sth and Chestnut
Applications for Insurance maybe made with
W. P.BIGONEY, General Agent, Wellebore' Pa.
May 12, 1865—tf.
Having boon to tunob expenso in fitting up
another Green House, giving more room for
largo pots, I flatter myself that no Green House
can' , maker a bettor show of
Dahlias, Roses, Verbenias, Petuinas, Geraniums,
all. sorts; Basket Plants, all sorts; Hanging
- Baskets, new patterns; Beautiful Bego•
• nias, Cape Jessainins, Carnations,
'Cissus, discolor; Pelargoniums
in variety, ct c. &cr. &c.
New Crimson Cluster Tomato Plants, and all
'sorts in pots or by-the dozen. All kinds of Cab-
bage Plants,Egg , Plants, Asparagus Roots
awe years old) Sago Roots, Celery, Dwarf„
White Salad, Cauliflower.• Thyme.
, All kinds of early Vegetable, plants ready - lst
of April, at the Green Houses and at' tlio store
of MoCens & Mix, Meteor's New Block.
' 1 Having employed one of the most experienced
Florists' he will at all times give any informa-
Non to euatoiners'on the mode of propagation
and cultivation of Plants.
This Spring's Catalogue will bo sent to all that'
may desire and write for it. I invite all to
come and see my Houses, Plants., &c., for thorn.
solves. With gratitude I acknowledge past
3-Bouquets will bo found at the store of
McCann lc Mix every morning, Sundays
ed ; 35 to 50 cents each.
Towanda, Pa., Mar. 3,1869-6 m
liar- Orders loft at Win. Itoberts's liadware
Store, We!labor°, will merit) prompt attention.
The .Kest Stock of
FEED, MEAL, PORK, PROVISIONS,
in Welisboro,can lie found at
M. 13. - PRINCE'S.
A cholco lot of CLOVER and TIMOTIIY,SEED,
besides all kinds of GARDEN and email FIELD
SEEDS, SEED POTATOES, loc., at
. • M. D. PRINCE'S.
You can got cash for your
EGGS, BEANS, POTATOES, GRAIN,
BEESWAX, &C., AT
- M. B. PRINCE'S.
March 31, 1869 .
WILL stand the present season as follows :
Mondays and Tuesdays ' forenoons, at the
stable_Of 'the subscriber, Maineburg., -
'Tuesday afternoons, at Brundage's - Stables,
Wednesday's at Graves's Covington.
Thursdays at Cherry Flats,
' Fridays at Whitneyvillo.
b`aturdays at Fe/loses, Wellsboro
May 12, 188972ta.
500 Cords of Hemlock • Bark, wanted, for
which the highest market price will be
laid on delivery at my Tannery, in Welisboro.
Jae 2, 18111)--tf. JOSEPH RIBEROLT.R. •
RARE AND THRIFTY PLANTS,
rrovition . Storm
-CO i ING ,
:saiLiar4, . •
TITDDLESALE AND RETAIL DEATIEBt
Nif• or ' ' '
WOOD k' WILLOW' WARE, OLASS
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &a., &a.
A full and complete ''assortnientof the above
mentioned pods of Abe best, quality always op
bane •• • ,
:Particular attention' paid •to 'Fine Groceries.
Dealers and Gonsurners_will rind it to their in-
Wok Iti'extusiine his 'Stock before buying !
.Cornibt, N. Y.ilitareh' 31, 1869. '
WIMLISALE DREG STORE.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S, FLUID, EX-
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCH
AND FLAVORING EXTRACT, WALL
AGENTS FOR. MARVIN & CO'S RE
n“juge urn ruquesteu
to call and got quotations] before going further
Corning, N. Y., Jan.l., 1888-.11
100,000 Potid,s' of Woo
MBE subscribers will .pay Cash, Fall-Cloth,
Casaimeres, Flannels, &0., &e., for Wool.—
They also manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR 'ON SHARES,
to suit customers. All work warranted, as rep
resented. They invite particular attention to
which are warranted in every respect. Partiou.:
lar attention given to_
ROLL-CARDING & CLOTH-DRESSING.
Twenty years experience in the businois war
rants them in expecting a generous patronage
No shoddy cloths made.
DeLano a - Co. at Ire Debora, ar/3 agents for
the sale of our C lothe. •
JOSEPH INGHAM & SONS,
Deerfield, May 13, 1868—tf.
To Lovers of Good Stock.
T STILL continue to keep my Alderney Bull
11_ f or
. improvement of Milking Stock. lie will
bo part of a season in Middlebury, and balance
of the time at Wellaboro.
I have for Sale,l Devon bull; pure blood, 2
years old. Also 2 grade 'Alderney Dells,
blood, 1 year old.
-I - would call attention to my Chester County
White Beare—Uncle Sam and Young America.
Uncle Sam will remain at Middlebury—Young
America at Wellaboro.
Those <wishing good Stook please give mo
L. C. BENNET.
Weliabore, gay 5, ISGO—tf. • ,
HARDWARE AND STOVES 1
_CONYERS & OSGOOD
AVE' on jaap'd And are constantly receiving
jUL at their
Hardware , Store
every article needed in this region of 'country,
SHELF .HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
NAILS, MIDDLETOWN AND
ELMIRA SAWS, ROPE,
Cooking, Self-Regulators and Coal
Stoves.. ' . •
Home Co . napanion,
: - and the justly celebratnd
MBEIN COOK•S TOVE,
• No pains mill be spaied to meet the wants of
corfvuns % OSGOOD.
We!labor°, Jan. 6, 1869, ly.
E. A. PPM,"
AMason .4 Hamlin Cabinet Cogan. Five
Octavo Single Reed, for cash or on time.—
Inquire of S. B, Shakespeare, over Joint R.
/lowin'e Store:: • • - 1 April 7, 1889-tf.
oßooKEit i r *ARI;
CORNING, N. Y.
1 • '
WHITEWASH LIME 'B:D
AND DYE COLORS,
• W. D. TERBELL Sr, CO.
their Water Proof
irtti and , eller MONDAYi ApNI 20th. 1868, Trains,
‘,./ Will Wave Corningi Of ruO; l olloWitit-hotirs,-Vit:-,7 ,
' •,t VaatO '
jams a. zu.,Ii2CPRRISS ,1141., 8 udays etiopted, for
s,. nunak‘ „Dunkirk and 7 01Ortian . - stennicting%with
trains (or tho Woet. A Sleeping is attached to
this train at ,NownYorkatfuniP Viten& AO Mead;
s villo without' change.. A Rh:Apt g Cato,le elsontes
tacked at Susquehanna running throligh to Buffalo.
_OA 1- k aan.i.iiitiff.T., • WvthillY for jingale.ounkirie,
cunalind;glhryfon and ultiOlfiliatl; 'making • direct
connection with trains at the OrandVrtink Railway
• s at Buffalo, and with the if akallkora Walnut) , at Our.,
falo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, Or all point' Weal and
North-West, - and Cincinnati' wi 3hn Wound'
; Allures Ippillatlway for thtf, Scpthlipl.fkittthlYeet:
Mit iiiiiniaitkes'irdlificr (Bali eonnictionirith
ell Linos to the West and-Senth•West, and Is revided,
withspa Vrk r .vuld 4reProf4PraVOng•Atoona
peculfertd the WOW Beige, arr . :timed both:Arley lima
night travel,‘ running through -to Rochester, Buffalo
Rod roArairsr.4•ll4 thAt &Ming , the AN1.,1( •DAILY ,
LIN tran“s o loterrork * Cinclunati and the goatkqest,'.
running through 8004 fIge"Yltli944flitrufe, - •
6416 A. 4714.511 T Ezeitt SEI; 84iidijo air:opted, for,
Rochester's/id Buffalo; via Alton. s -
'10,154 , m., Plait Surabiysieicepted, far
• Thuttioltiid,Drlliltirk.,,, ; 5; •
padaor Rochoeter and Buffalo, via Avon.
7,05 p- in., DAY Extintss; 'thEtiedaj% excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati, arid •
the 'Mast and South,' connectantßablo,Dunkirkand
Cleveland with the Lake Share Railway (or all points'
treat and • North-Weist, end' at -Oinclunata with the
:Ohio and dlisalsalpplitalizay for the Southend South
' West.; Sleeping Dpeeperattacked to ; this •Ttaln at,
running Cleveland with:.
• ont•change. •" - • •
7,10 p. in., .DAY ItXPD.RSS Sundaya: excepted, for
Rochester. ' • ."- " • •
- 1•40 fl t WAY ppidayn excepted. ,
5,25 i ,, m., _gtlkaitANT. %SAM, f u r, the Weit.
4,35 a. zp., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays
cepted, connecting at Blink's for Enhondalgosi -
Owego: for:lthaca; at. 'Binghamton for Syracuse, at,
Great Bond for Scranton, at Lackawaxen fur , lfoned
• • dale, at Middletown for,Ettionsille„ atjaoshon for
sloutgomeiy, ati,lreycourt.for , Newburg and War
wick, and at Jolley City -With `afternoon and evening t
trains of Now Jersoy,Rtdiroad for Philadelphia, Dal
' more and wakhOgtqp:i
1030 m, ADOWSODATIOI.t TRAIN, daily, con
11 9 50_ jelf3r, EXPRESS, Sundays , excepted, -
.connoottut at Witimly.foiTowandai - .Bingharaton
:for Syracwie, - at Great Bend for Scranton. at Lacks
•:waxen for Honesdale', qt
and at Jersey' City witlitnldnight 'eSprees train of
, Now Jamey Railroad, for Philadelphia.
2,20 • v.' ill; gllildaye. ex
cepted'. ' ''"'
iiI.;'NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAID,
•tinn Jaye excepted, connecting at Elmhu for Callan.
daigng, and at Waver:ly'for Towanda.-
1,02 v. 131, EIQIITNING EXPRESS, Daily, connect
log at Elmira for Williatosport. flartiebUrg Mud the
South, and at Jeray Oily with morning °sprees train
of New Jorilly Railroad, for Philadelphia, Baltimore
and Washington : - ,- • , 4 ,,
121,20"Pjxii4 WAY YREICIIi; Sundayt exCepti.
air A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
Passenger Tratna oni the Erie Hallway and connecting
Lines, has recently been published, and can be procur
ed on applidation solthe Ticket Agent of the Company
- U. BIDDLE,'
Gen'l Pass. Agent._ Can't Brip't.
Dlossbnrg & Morning, & ! Tioga It..R
Trains will run aufplicws until further notice:
Jticoaamidtition—Letifea 11Ion:Mari at 6,15 a. in., Man e
. 7,05, Vega at 7,41, Lawrenceville
arriving at gaining at 9,82 a. in:
ISliii—Leavesßloasbur gat 8,00 p.m.,Manelield at 8,40,
, 'Vega, at 4,18, Lawrenceville at 45,00—attiring at
Corniug at B.p. m.
Wiall—LealteeCorniag at 8,00 a.m. Lawrenceville at
9,03,Ti0gn at - 9,45, 51am:field at 10,22-=arrivlng at
Moss-burg at 11,00 a. in. • - • - • ;
Atcommodation7—Leaves !earning at 2,40 p. ta.,Law
renceville a68,,52 Tiogi at 4.40, Mansfield at 6,30—*
arriving at ,filossintrg at 6,15 p. tn. '
, „ —-• • L.ll. SITATTUPIC.,finp' t •
Northern Contral . l2: R.
TRATNS FOR TTIE NORTII.
Trains for Canantlagrda leave Elmira an folloIve:
AcconiodatiOn at' " • 020 a in
Exp tees [fastest train on road) n 20 p m
Mail - N7lO pm
Way Freight, [paseohger eoaelinttiched]. ..... 800 tem
On and after Apr, 28, 2809, trains Will arrive and
depart from Tray, aatollowa; , - - ,
0 27 P. m,=-Daily (except. Bandoya) for 111 mira, Buffo
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester; Soap, Bridge and tho
Oanodas. . . _ . - ' • - -
10 55 a. m.—Dolli (except Sundays) for Elmira and
Buffalo, via Brie Railway from Blinks.
LEAVE - SOTIIWARIi.
. . .
6 2.1 A. in.- 1 -Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington, Philadelphia, &c. . .: I
252 P. m.—Daily (except - Sundays)" for •Ihiltimore,
Washington and Philadelphia. -
ALFRED R. FISKE, ED. 8. YOUNG,
Gen'iSnpt.llarriebutg, ' ' " Gong Pase.:Agq:'
.. - 'Artlt.hriore, Md. '
PhiladOlphia & Erio it. It.
On and atter Apr. 26,1869 Trains on this Road will
run as follows; , _
Mail Train leaves Phi ladrolpbia.....
" " - "= -
. 4 " arr.at Erie" ' • 9.50• p m
DrieExpress leavesPlAlladolphia i 11/0 noon
•" Williamsport )....13,60 p m
-' ' " - Arr. at Erie • " 10.00 a m
Elmira Mai !leaves 'Philadelphia 13.00 a m
" " " .. Willaineport ' ' ' 13.80 pin
- " " arr..at Look Haven - 145 p m
. • - ,
EASTWARD. . ,-, . „
Mail Train leavee Erie " - 1115 a m
" " - " Williamsport...... 12.2% ano
" " arr. at Philadelphia 9:25 a m
Erie Expreee leaves Erie " - ' 6.25 pin
" • :! 6 i 0" ••• WjllittinspOrt , • ' 7' 7 50 a in.
" ' c f`" i firp at 'Plladelphiti.:,ll • • • 11.10 p - to
Mail and 'Express connect with - 0R Creek' 'find Alto:
&Any River Rail Rood. ilagitige.Dheeked Through.
ALFRED L. TYLUR; den'l Snp't.
Atlruitic csnd 'Groat Westo,rn U. W.
WETTWAItt,II4O,I3Ip. • EASTWARD BOuND
Mall • • • • 5.30 Express
AccOmmodation . 6,35. Mill - ' • 5.51.
Express • 12.19 'Accommodation, 11.96
Express. , Papressi 0410
At Oory therple a junction Milli the Philtitlelphta &
Brio ' and cul Crook Ball Roads.. , •, • -
At Meadville ,with,Franklin and Oil City and
Pitholo Branch'. •
At Lew/Ms - Wargo the'MaherdnyßraUch makes a di•
root route to.itleveland: 'At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad. '• • - '
The Bead passes through Akron, Ashland Callon,
Marlon, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting various rail
roads, and terminates at Olncirtnett. • • , • •
' 141).•BUON.Ell, Oen :Sup t., Meadillle; Pa ;
WELLS - B-ORO )3AKERY.
SUBSCRIBER having established him
', elfin the •
in this village, next door to E. B. Kimball's
Grocery, is now prepared to cary on the business
in all its various branches. I will ' keep con
stantly on hand an assortment of Bread, snob
- • --
LOAP BREAD, BOSTON CRACKERS,
GRAHAM RAMA • BUTTER,
CRACKERS; '. :13,40w N
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA BISCUITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, - CAKES, •
PIES, ' - • •
•• • .
at all hours of the day,•Gundays excepted.
By strict attention to business shall endeavor
to merittlio katrarfage.
Wellsboro, June: 24, 1888.
TO -ItDE FA.RME4S
TAlit nal : U.llllns at thy manufactory,in Lawrence. ,
ille. a superior • - , • • , • • ,
which possesses the foliating advantagesover allothes
1, It separates rye, oats, rat litter. and tool seeds, ano
ehessand cockle, from wheat.- • ' _ • .
2. chilts ilit s gliett s takes Ott yellow "
seed, and a
other seeds, perfectly..: . •• .
3, It cleans timothy rood. •• . •
4. It does all other separating required of a mill.
This mill is built of the best and most durable tIM.
ber, in good style. and is sold cheap for cash, or pre,.
I will fit a patent slave, for separating oats from
wheat, to other mills, on reasonable terms.
. • ~l
•• , •
J. II 111411,
Lastrinsenvile,June/O;fBB9rtf ' MAT
W. NAVLE, would say ,to •his ,friends
k.3r. that his Harness Shop is now in full blast,
and that he is prepared tofaraish heayy,Or light
short - notioe, in a good and substantial man
ner, and at prieektbat can't fail to suit.
The best warknien are employed, and none but
the best Material used.. Call and see. .
Dee.`9, 1888-Iy.. cf-w. NAV.T.M. •
House - and
'H OUSE • and -Let, and isteant lot 'for — sale,'
cheap. .7Loaition Wellsburg, and desirable.
Inquire -at-the Agitator Office . - - •- --
, • _ - :
• , '
TB no receiving a large and complete Resort
j_ men of rall-dt Wing'
'bought, sinoo tho . price', in New
York s nonoiatingof
A fladamortment of Ladies RUES, very cheap,
•itil of hieh will be sold at the very lowest mar-
Tetpfces... Norespeotlnlly invite ail to call and
ektunine my stoa t befora,purahrtelag
tinpire Store, No. 1 Union Block.
sl?oro, 0131. 21, 1888.
' -- 811V.G(YES !
1 • FROZ THIS DATE
Foeao4Bl!, , we willsell FEED
f it.at these prt.
Ye y best Rye & Oats, Ground
Beft imported Feed,
Cloa Peed, •
The above goode, at the above prices, are
strictly cash I
Wedon't mix eandin our teed.
We haven't a Plaster Mill connected with our
r louring Milt!
Oar Reed Is pore! WEIGHT & BAILEY.
WOleboro, Jan, 20,1889,
ILD announce to the public that they
now recolving,a,fall:and complete no
DRY GOODS ,
Notions, Car Pits, Furs, Hats; Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Crockery,
~ Hardware, Stoneware, cf.e..
whichfhey are prepared to sell for cash, or ex
change for Country Produce, at rates which defy
&Afield, Dec. 2, 1868—tf
4'ho subserlber offers for sale tho following
pr party, situated !in .Covington township and
bo ough, Tioga county, Pa,:
' .8 acres of landin Covington tp., on William
se . Road , leading toiltleasburg, 4 miles there
fro,. and 1 mile from Covington borough, about
20 , res improved, a good frame house, barn and
oth , r outbuildings thereon. Also, Sawmill, Saab
Fak tory, and-Attiogle HUI .atid - -trater privilege
the eon. Alhoi - two aplure - oichards of 170 liees,
me fly choice Truitp - and about bait hearing i troas
plum trees, 12 Cherry, 90 Currant bushes,
Via 4, 12 Pear, and Peach and Quince.
Aso--a Timber lot, 849.8 acres, 0 of a mile
Frani Sash Factory and Sawmill. Timber, pine,
olsif, basswood, alumina, ash, hoot, birah, maple
andihetraottir. Alto--i lot in the .011U/4036in.
ing Gerould's orchard, fronting on Williamson
road' and railroad, containing about an acre, a
2-story House, outbuildings, fruit trees and a
god well of water thereon.
• 10.46 P m
. ...... 8.16 um
togetber,ititb tbe MEI": 00t/14.4)t 'ORGAN
and MELODEONS, clan ba advantageanaly pur-
Oland of -
o 4.9 W lE. 1E
TEHAVOTG obtained,he agency from the man
ufacturers of the above named instruments
wo have the facilities for furnishing them at pri
cee to compare favorably with those of dealers
in either the same or other reed instruments.
sir reputation is such that scarcely. anything
need be said regarding' their being desirable,
having been awarded premiums and medals at
the principal Fairs and Institutes, both in this
and foreign countries. Many fine modern im
proiemeny, wbieh; are so desirable in good
reed Instrgnte*li,:;s4e owned, and retained for
their (4i:finely° use by the manufacturers of
thee instruments. Hence it is, while they claim
sti ngth and durability, together with rrolume,
and quality of tone equal to any, they excel all
edit r reed instruments, in the variety,aid corn
\bin tion of tonne which can be produced.
IN t IVIDUA.ES, SCHOOLS, GIIIIROH
and" other organizations, wishing to obtain a,
reed instrument; pan be suited as regar4 shis
stylei,yriees, dt,o.;Ao. ,
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED.
jzfer- Send for doiroular.
Tloga, .111a1A, 17, , p 9., A. W4O . 41,14441.
W ANTED— ,
at ou Mill. Cash paid for thorn. We are ready
to si 'for onstomors. - Bring;on „four loge. Lath
and l iokets always onßand: "
Ash logs must be 12 or 14 fee! long.
BOWEN & TRUMAN.
W ) :llaboro, Dec. 10, 'oB.tt
in f4ll setts, - at YoUNG'S__BOOItgTORE.
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,-
by M. A. IZUIjIF.
NEW AND LARGE STOCK OF
Jrict. received . by'P. Ri Willtanae Co: The
greatest and cheapest-Variety ever brought into:
town. Albums from 75 cis:, lo $2O each. Call
and see. P. R. WILLIAMS & CO.
-We'Moro Dec. 28, 1888.
Q TUATED on Elk Run, Gaines township,
contsilnlig 125 urea, 50' aeres
Saidfarm is wellwatered, has a frame house and
barn'and a choice apple- orchard; and! is well
adapted to_ dairying pytposes. Title good and
termeeaey. Inquire , of Ww. 11. Smith,. Wells
hero, ' ,",;'••••' L. L':ltllSSELL,uneltair. l -;
Sept, 234888: -! • t
0 OD Si
ries, Hats & Caps, Boots 'ikShops,
' onlaratt.eption is invited to.our 13tbok'ilf
1 4 010 1 110 Egliagg GC=
s and Hoop Skirts ; also a nice
e of TEAS, New Crop,. very
fine at reduced prices,
sen. W. J. Kneen P. D. Pease.
R, kft'USiN & CO.,
tl so--an &bar tillage lot, fronting on William
road, 80 feet front by about• 200 deep, pnd
)ther lot fronting on said road, 114X174 feet.
'or farther particulars Inquire of DAVID'S.
ELAN, Sr., or 13.,.J IRELAN, CovingtoniPa.
&FR 21, 1889-tf.
ason Hamlin Cabinet
virg l int vtl blihoit • market' via,
for which ite*lll •`
We Will Mom:Saar:ire to , order; Front& or home..
titatiodVALirorKlP, BOOM inlho best *an-,
noessid at tair.itOti, and PO oilitoolai t4torttlinV
tp , REPAIRING-! ' "
oriltbactrlid':loll - ttot be nfideriold, and tom this
time'wejiball mike It a point to keep up the beet
to be found la • the county, which we will sell at
ti lower prat than such articles Amyl) ever been
offered in this region.:
We shall likewise keep up• a. good assortntent
LADIES' 'BALMOBALS, LE ATII ER
•BOOTEES,;. - ORILDREWS AND
;;*'. IdISSES WORK OP VA
• ,•. ,
' and ali Stiles oi-Snwa 'WORK.
LEA:7 I .II :FINDINGS .
oaa o !weight ,of us as cheap as any; whore this
side of New' York, and wo shop keep a,fall stook
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, -Luawas, AND
Our stock of YEGS, NAILS, THREAD, AWLS,
RASPS,. GLOVERS" - NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES, CRIMP S, • with SHOEMAKER'S
TOOLS and PINDINOS, willibe found the lar
gest in the county, and toe sellyor ansall profits.
We talk business and we mean bpslness. We
have been iii.this region long enough • to bowel!'
known—let:those whO know us try us.' - • Corner
of•Aiain and Grafton . streets, opposite Wm. Rob
eits*•Eardware Store,' , C. W. SEARS, •
- = • ' GEO. O. DERBY,
Wollsboro, 401 24,1887—tr.
. $2,50 cud
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Wellaboro, April 22, '438. A. VOLEY.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Chartered by Speei'l Act of Congress
Where all Correspondence should be Addressed.
OLABENOII H. OiAIM, President.
JAY Coma, Chairman Finance & Baccutiv Com.
HENRY Com* Vice-President.
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' AMENTAL TREES, IN TIOGA
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To 'rne WOLMINa CLAss:—l am now prepared to fur
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homes, the whole of the Woo. or for the spare mo
ments. Business now,light and profitable. Fifty cents
to $5 per evening, is either earned by persona of either
sex, and the boys and girls earn nearly as much at
men. - Great inducements are offered those who will de•
vote their whole time to the husineke ; and, that every
person who Bees this notice, may send me their address
and teat the business for themselves, I make the follow.
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satisfied with the husiness,l wilt send $1 to pay fur the
trouble of wiling- mo. Full , particulars, directions,
sent free. Samples 'son tby mail for 'dela. Address
E. C. ALLEN,
March 17. 18 , C04M..
13. T. VAN HORN,
HAVING got his now Factory in operation.
is now prepared to fill orders for Cabinet
Ware promptly and in the best style of workman.
ship. Having procured a
ho is ready to dress boards or plank with dispatch
SCROLL-WORK & BRACKETS,
furnished to order. Ills machine:rare of the new
est and most impreved patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Wain Ste, WELLS
Oct. 31, 1866—tf,
Chairmaknr, Turner, and
SAL[: ROOM, opposite Dartt's Wagon Slug ,
Main Street. FACTORY in Sams
Hams Foundry, second story.
Orders.proruptly filled and satisfaction guarat.
sod. Fancy, Turning done tO order.
Weilsboro, 7nne 12,, J. STICK I.J.N
the world ! lies all the St reng t h 01 old rosin
soap with the mild _ and lathering rinalititr ot
genuine Castile. Try this splendid Fool , . 8 0 111
by the ALDEN CD BM ICA L WORKS,4B North
Front Street, Philadelphia.. Sept 2. '6B-1Y-
Tioga Marble Works.
MBE undersigned is now prepared to e
cute all orders for Tomb Stones and Mena
meats of either
ITALIAN OR RBTL AND MARBLE
of the latest kyle and approved workmanship
rind with dispatch.
Tfo keep constantly on hand both kinds e
Marble and will be able to suit all who 'may fa
vor him with their orders, on as reasonable tore'iP
RR can be oldained'in-the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as good as now.
Valuable Farm for Sale
A farm of three hundred acres, With MO hun
dred and - twonty-fire acres improved. Sit
uated two miles north of Tioga Village,
Tioga River and Rallroctl. IVell watttercd, un
(Ter a good state of chltivation, and' good build
ings. Also four houses and lots for sale in Tiogn
village. T. L. LALDWIN.
Cabinet Card Photographs,
and all spacial sizes, and dneststyles OP pictures ,
flnisbod in first-class manner at Spencer's Art
Mansfield, Feb. 3, 1869.
T OF' GRAIN BAGS for salo
WRIGHT tt BAILEY'S.
kJ cheap at
B. T. VAN now's: