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Beautiful faces they that - Wear
1 Thu light of a pleasant opirit.thore,
It matters little - if 'dark or fah.; ' '
Beautiful hands aro they that do
The work of the notle, good, and trno,
Busy for Apra [belong day thr9ugh.
Beautiful, feet they that go •
Swiftly, to lighten another's woe, -
Through summer's heat or'winter's snow
Beautiful children, if ric or poor, • '
Who Walk the pathway, ST cot and pure,
That leads to the tatiesior( strong avid sure.'
' ' '
Sow a Boy Boned a'
Several years ago, a youth of, sixteen
years, of good sense, and a fair English
education, not . having profitable eta- .
Ployment at his father's home - in Ken
,thcky, sought for employment among
his enterprising neighbors a few miles
distant; and although wages were low
in those days of gold and silver currency,
he saved from hie first year's wages $7O.
He was then seventeen years old,
healthy, lively-looking, aspiring, and
ambitious to become useful, noble, and
perhaps great. Hp had already learned
that.money loaned at'high rates of in
terest was oppressiVe to the borrower;
and reacted on the loaner, and in the
falling of prices of nearly all articles in
the commercial world ; that men sought
justification for their bankruptcy and
delinquency in the fact that they had,
paid largerates of interest; ,Veeling,
therefore, that a liberality, as well as
justice, ) was ,neoessary to, fiVOry, 1441.03!
'dealing:with hisTellow-men, he:loaned;
his $70.t0 nil exemplary, enterprising
and prosperous :trading man :in =his
neighboihqcid; at - .:the lowest rate Of -Ito.
terest knoWnjn bUslness in that.
ceiat;lper annum. Hew.nik
ed another 'Year,:_olotheil himself in neat
Kentucky, eane'and ' other etietip but
neat tirtiejeacif '4l3lWel,jiind4ent,' a
countrYo64,ol,three"triontlia inthe win
ter of that - year, learned, the rudiments
latin and something of . the higher
branches of mathematics; working fora
prosperous and liberal farmer- evenings:
and mornings to pay the boarding . ; And'
at the end!of 'thesecond year, br‘ When .
ho was eighteen years of ageilm! had,
saved $96 more.. His character for ifjtvg
rity and industry began to be Vetter
known in (the neighborhood' atiChis
services were sought for. . - --
Ho worked on a farm.and rode as'eol
lector for trading men and the Sheriff
of his -county ; . and at the • end - of his
nineteenth - year had \ saved sllo' more.
With the interest acciimulated;ori
other two years' wages, he had now
s3oo;' was comfortably clothed, and had
a good business education, which,*
improved frOth one winter ,
till he became a seholiti., both literally
and scientifically. His influence and,
usefulness increasing, he' had, ,at. the
age of twenty, $4BO. At twenty-one he
had $550, and was well known for his
activity of life, as a young man.of, intel
ligence, virtue and usefulness, as well as
a young man (livery at tractive manners
'and ways. _ ,
He moved to a Western State, where
land was cheap, and entered one huri
dred and sixty acres by a land warrant,
which he purchased with $l5O of his
money. He made a good selection of
• land, in a good region of the country';
he used a portion of the balance of :his
money in improving his laud, buying a
little stock, and a few implements- for
farming, and the second year liC raised
a small crop. Having gone to his iniW
neighborhood with some $650 in money
and used it cautiously; he by degrees
gained the name of a responsible citizen
and a good paymaster, anti his influence
rose ..gradually from his appearance
among_ his new and scattered neigh bin's.
Year after year ho raised acrop, eontitv
iting to read the best newspapers, peri
odicals, and books, which still further .
improved his mind, till\sheep, cattle,
.-sna ryther istArett grew t vit. it% stocks
around' hith, more laud adjoining him
being purchased from time to time, till
now he finds himself, whemscareely at
the middle of life, a gentleman farmer
many luxuries, esteemed by neighbors
both far and near, and would receive
the suffrage of those who knew him, to
any office for which lie might be nomi
nated, irrespective of party politics, so
-firm is their confidence in both his
ability and integrity.—St. Louis Jour-
nal of Agriculture.
GETTING MIGHTY SIIORT.-33oard
hag the Lightning Express on the Lit
tle Miami •Itailroad last evening, we
had comfortably doubled up preparatory
to a snooze, when we were saluted by .a
tall African as follows :
'.Look here boss, I wants to ax you a
question. I's a good way from home
and wants to know if I's on the right
' Where do you want to go,
• 'Tc Fort Gibson, way down in Arkin--
saw, sah. • - brow, boss, PB ignorant, and
wants toiknow if I's on the right kear
We assured our sable friend he was
all right, for Cincinnati, when he broke
' Look a heah, boss, I 4,tin't know
nothin' when I's away fr m. home—
clean feat; sah. When I started from
Washington City I hada powerftil long
string ofetleie heab,'—exhibiting that
portion oT his through tickets which,
had not 'been taken up. Ebery now
and then a gentleman comes 'round and
. tars off a little piece. Tell yOu sah,-it's
gettin mighty short. 'Fraid it ain't
gwine to. hold out until I gets through.'
This last remark created quite a,
laughter, '.in which the jokist joined
A STRAY ANGEL.—Rather practical
people th6ge who manage the little de
tails conn cted with public worshiPat
Ilev. npn, y Ward. Beecher's- church.
UP to ri Oath time time the seats of the'
cis are reserved without ques-'
don. After that strangers are treated
with all'ilib• courtesy tliat time and oc
casion will permit. Now and then a pre
sumptuous „ass appears and attempts to
' travel' on his dignity • as wtts the case
not long sineeovhen a tall, thin visaged
gentleman, white eravated, presented
himself arid proceeded .to march into
' You Can't go in there," said Mr.
Palmer, the,iveterau usher.
' But I aria a clergyman.'
' We have no particular need of your
services to-night sir.'
'Be not forgetful to entertain stran
gers,' said the minister ; ' you may en=
tertain aOgela unawares.'
' Very l l.trqp,' said- Mr. Palmer. ' I
have seated persons in this house for
twelve years: I have seen all sorts of
people. lam very certain if I Should
see an angel I would know him. .You
must bide[-your time and take your
chance, sir.?, !:
Potato bugs are so troubling Wislon
sin a sermon on their vi
ciousness and worthlessness is inserted
in one of the papers of the State. • The
writer censures Noah for having pre
served a pair of potato bugs, and a pair
of fleas in the ark, and thinks it was
" a mighty knell. piece of business."—
It thus relates the result of an effort to
.1 utilize these Insects : " A. year or two
- since, aid enterprising manufacturer of
liquor tried crushed potato bugs to col
_• or wine. He gave them a fair trial, but
at the end of six months found that
• they didn't color the wine a particle
~ better than the juice of bed bugs does,
and that the flavor given the wine was
not as. good as that given by the lied
bug juice. There was one more objec
tion. fle could catch beg bugs at all
seasona of the year, but could not find
potato bugs;only about six or eight
months of• the year. He has pro
nounced curses upon potato bugs, and
declares them good for nothing.ly
It is whispered that the Princess (1 1
'Metternich has three, hundred and si
ty-five pairs of stockings.
1e oftett - Oittioxpenstve, but We' yen boys or
the repiog: ' •
If by accident, you_ get scalded, bruised,
burned, or sprained, then appl y.
immediately; for it is quick to give relief;
and powerful to cure pain and soreness.
If you are afflicted with' lameness, or
numbness and stitrness of the limbs, or with
severe pain, or painful swellings like Neu
ralgia and Inflamatory Rheumatism, then
bgall means. Apply' it quickly .so as not to
leave it open to the air; and use it according
to directions on the bottle.
If you have Sore Throat, or Quinsy, or
Felefts, or Croup, or Pleurisy, or Chilblains,
or any of these disorders that require an
outward remedy, then
Is what you want, far it has proved a bless
king to thoysalids. I. Although , it is reckoned
to be one.of Ws strongest medicines ; , yet it is
so safe that even a child may handle & use it.
Sept constantly on hand for immediate use,
till, certainly prevent much su f fering, and
may save iffe• • -_
If you are prudent and economical, and
desire - to sare. &Tense ; filen remember that
1 . .9 found to be a saving of more than $lO a
year , in all families that use it.
; ',sM•For sale by all Druggists. Wholesale
Depot 252 Greenwich \ Bt., New York.
~:-. W hoies- a le and Retail
By W. C. KRBSS.
THE subscriber will keep on hand at all times
a full stock of
:Flavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Kerosene,
amps, Wicks, Dye Colors, White Wash
Lime and Brushes, Vdrnish and
Sash Brushes, Window Glass
all sizes, Varnish of all
kinds, Fancy Soaps,
Hair and Tooth Brushes, a Jill ,stock of
Yankee Notions ; also' a complete as
and a full Block of
Pure Wines and Liquors.
Buyers are requested to call and examine pri
ces before pm-di - sing elsewhere.
March 24, 1869—1 y
WICKAAM. fic FARR'S,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & ' SHOES,
CROCKERY & WOODEN
READY TO BE INSPECTED, AND
, SOLD AT A FAIR PROFIT.
CALL AND SEE.
• widiatini a FARB.
!iliaga May U,lBBB.
Stoves : Stovers ::
Havingformed a.partnership in the Tin, Stove
and Hardware trade, the undersigned have the
pleasure to announce that they have, at a great
outlay, added to the usual stook of tht old stand
a complete moan:tent of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X OUT,
0 MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,.
BUTTS, STRAP , HINGES,
• CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
DITT-STOOKS. .lIATPHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASIIERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
• HANGINGS, CORN
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and mado for use. Tiles° are but a
few of the many articles composing our stook
We invite the public to call and examine for
themeolves. Wo aim to keep the boat quality of
good' in our lino; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOR THE `'
Buckeye Mower & Reaper.
WM. ROBERTS. 1
rt. et BAILEY.
ROBERTS .16 BAILEY.
WeDebora, May 19 , 1869—ff.
Life Insurance & Trust Company,
W. C. DRESS
$lOO,OOO deposited with the Auditor General for
security 5f the Policy Holders.
Low cash Premiums.
Policies, Non-forfeitable by their terms.
Liberal Traveling Privileges.
'Return Of •allPremiume paid.
Females Insured at same rates as Males.
. Rome Office S. E. Corner, bth and Chestnut
'Applications for Insurance. may be made with
W. P. BIGONEY, general Agent, Wollaboro' Pa.
May 12, 1869—tf.
Having been to muck expense in fitting up
anothet. Green House, giving more room for
large pots, I flatter myself that no Green House
can make a better show of
Dahlias, Roses, yerbeniasi Potninas,l3eraniume,
all sorts; Basket Plants, all sorts; Hanging
Baskets, new patterns I - Beautiful Bego
nias, Cape Jessamine, Carnations,
Chums, discolor; Pelargoniums
in variety, 44,0. 4to. &o.
New Crimson Cluster Tomato Plants ' and all
sorts in pots or by the dozen. All kinds of Cab•
bage Plants, Egg plants, Asparagus Roots
(two years old) Sage 'Roots, Celery, Dwarf„
White Salad, Caulifloiver; Thyme.
All kinds of early Vegetable plants ready list
of April, at the Green pieties and at the store
of McCann & Mix, Mercer's New 3look.
Having employe& one of the moat experienced
Florists' he will al all times give any informa
tion to customers on the mode of propagation
and cultivation of Plants.
This Spring's thitalogue will be sent to all that
may desire and write for it. I invite all to
come and see my louses, Plants, .to„ for them
selves. With gratitude I acknowledge past
favors. ' ...
AEI-Bouquets will be found at the etoro of
McCean Sc Mix every morning, Sundays exoept
ed ; 35 to 50 cants each.
Towanda, Pa. Mar. 3, 1869-6 m.
- lie' Orders left at Wm. koberts's Hardware
Store, Wellsboro, will receive prompt attention,
FEED, MEAL,-PORK, PROVISIONS,
A choice lot of CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED,
besides all kinds of GARDEN and small FIELD
SEEDS, SEED POTATOES, &a., at
YoU can get cash for your
EGGS, BEANS, POTATOES, GRAIN,
BEESWAX, &0., ..for
t Mardh . 3l, 1869.
WILL stand the present season as follows :
Mondays and Tuesdays, forenoons, at the
stable of the subscriber, Mainsburg:
Tuesday afternoons, at Brundage's Stables,
Mansfield. - •
, Wednesday's at Graves's Covington.
0 Thursday's at Cherry Flats.
Fridays at Wbitneyville.
Saturdays at Fellow's; Wolleboro. -
May 12, 1869-2 m.
500 Cords of Hemlock Bark, wanted, for
which the highest market price Will be
paid'on delivery at my Tannery, in Weill/bora.
Jae 2, 1869-tf. JOORPIi RIBEROLI4II,
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
ItARE AND THRIFTY PLANTS,
The Best Stock of
in WelMoro, can be found at
M. B. PRINCE'S
M. 13. PRINCE'S
M. B. PRINCE'S.
THE SUBSCRlBRithaving establiabedbica
elf in tk' ••• '• '
, ,BA.KING _BUSINESS.
in this village, next - door to - K. R. Kimball's
Grocery - ,"is nyr,pt.epsied to cary tbeltuisiness
in all itsvarious brandies. I Will keep con
stantly on band an assortment of pread, such
LOAF. BREAD; BOSTON CRACKERS,'
GRAHAM. BREAD, BUTTER
CRACKERS,. B ROW N •
CRACKERS, SUGAR'. .;
- - CRACKERS, —
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA BISCUITS,
• OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,
. AND LUNCH,
at all hours oi'the day, Sundays excepted.. •
By strict atteption to -huffiness: than; endeavor
to'marit the pnViapatranaigh." - 1
CHAS. STEVENS. ,1
WIKOSILE , = DREO ITRUE
DRUGS WAND - MEDIOINES, PAINTS
THADDECS44VIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S. ' - Fair), 7
BURNETT'S °COCAINE, PLAVORMG
EXTRACTS, 'KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCH
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Sold at Wholout
to call and got
Ha i g t
Oorning, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1868—ly
Grocery and Provision Store,
C. D. 1531± L,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIO, GREEN &
CANNE4 FRUITS AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &0.,, fio.
A full and complete assortment of the above
mentioned goods of the best quality always on
hand.'', Particular attention paid to Fine Groceries.
Dealers and Consumers will find it to their in
terest to examine his Stook before buying.
Corning, N.Y.,ldarchA lp 18,69...:
, 14 -
TO THE FARMERS OF
T AM now building at my manufactory, in Lawrence
:l. vllle, a superior
which possesses the following 'advantages over's] loiter
1. It separates rye, oats rat litter. and foul seeds, and
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans ilex'etieits, takes out pillow seed, and all
other seeds, perfaotly.' I ;
3, It cleans timothy seed: - . •
4. It does all other sepirating required of it mill.
. This mill is built of the beet and moat durable tim
ber, in good style, and is sold cheap for cash, or pro.
I will fit a patent sieve, for separating oats from
wheat,to other mills, on reasonableterms.
J. H MATHER,
Law'renclivllle,Suuti 10, 1860-tf
1869. FOR SALE. 1869 •
B. C. W.T.CKHAM,
A T HIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR
/IL NAMENTAL TREES, ar TIOGA:—
60,000 Apple. Trees.
10,000: Pear. 'Trees..
A gcod supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL THREE& SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy,,sotae of, them large and
in bearing. Any, 'one trishidg to get a supply
will do well to call and Noe my stook before pur.
chasing elsewhere. , Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tina, Feb. 28,1868-Iy*
To Lovers of Good Stock.
T STILL - continue to keep my Alderney Dull
for improvement of Milking Stook. Be will
be part of a season in Middlebury, and balance
of the time at WellebOro.
• I have for Bale, 1 Devon bull, pure •blood, 2
years old. Also 2 grade Alderney Balls,
blood, 1 year old.
I would call attention to my Chester County
White Boare•!..l7nole Sam and Young America.
Uncle Sam will remain at Ididdleburr-yormg
America at Wellsboro.
Those wishing good Stock please give me a
call. L. C. BENNET.
Wellsboro, May 1860-tf. • : '
E. A. FISH,
• House and Lot for Sale.
Trou and Lot, and vacant lot for sale
111 oh e3p. Location Wasboro, and desirable,
Inquire at the Agitator Office.
ocyftNlNG, N. Y- 11,1
Buyers are requested
before going further
W. D. TERBELL & CO.
CORNING, N. Y 1
••• • • - • 1•-• , •; •
. ' John R. ',Bowen,
rm n e o n w t o r r tin/ a ls 4l n rte r and complete assort-
bought sin n pf the jato decline in prises in New.
Irork,ppnaipting of ' , - , _ _
GrooettO, 'Alas tio cfaps, 1219cii)3 . ?" 4 , Ohms,
Particular attention h iinilteit to our Stook of
VAZZIES IMBIEgit SZNZIIiZ
Gaiters and HoOp Skirts; also a nice
line of TEAS, New Crop, very
fine at reduced prices,
A qua assortment' of I.4a4ies VAS . ,
all Cf which will be sold at the very lowest mar
ket prices. -We respoetf 'smite all $o onill,aud
exahlinelAy:etoOlf:before purchasing *Nowhere;
Empire Store, No. 1 Union Block,
Welleboro, Oot. 21,1868.
RIP ' ' SHE'-'-'doks'''t
FROM THIS DATE
VIOR CASH, we will sell FEED at these pri.
Very'bed Bye' & Oats, Ground
here, . . $2,50 cwt.
Best imported Feed;---._ 2,25 ,‘
Cevii' 1.75 4 ,
.The above goods, at the above prices, are
We don't mix sand in our feed.
Wo haven't a Plaster Mill connected with Our
Flouring Mill !
Our Feed is pure! WRIGHT it BAILEY.
Wellsboro,Jan. 20, 186.
R. Krusen. W. J. Kruson F.D. Pease.
R. KRUSEN & CO.,
WOULD announce to the pUblio that they
aro now receiving a full and complete as
Notions, Carpets, Furs, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Groceries, .Provisions, Crockery,
Hardware, Stoneware, &c.
whichtbey are prepared to sell for cash, or ex
change for Country Produce, at rates which defy
Westfield, Deo. 2, 11388-q
The subscriber offers for sale . the following
property, ,situated in Covington, township and
58 acres of land in Covington tp., on William
son Road leading to Blosaburg, 4 miles there
from and 1 mile from Covington borough; about
20 acres improved, a good frame bourse, barn and
other outbuildings thereon. Also, Sawmill, Bash
Factory, and Shingle Mill and water privilege
theieop. Al,eg,:two apple orebaydefl . f47o trees,
uweely choice !run: and al;ciiiltelf bearing trees
—lB plum trace, 12 Cluirrsi, uo Caraii•Lall
red, where, and black, 4 Crabe,lo bearing Grape
Vines,:l2 Pear, and Peach and Quince. •
Alma—a TbiOor24o.lrnekli q. iof mile
from Sash FaotorY end Sawmill. Timber, pine,
oak, baeswood, chestnut, ash, beech, biroh, maple
and betalock. Also—a lot in the village, adjoin-
Ins Gerould'e orchard, Fronting on Williamson
road and railroad, containing about an acre, a
2.story House, outbuildings, fruit trees and a
good well of water thereon.
Also—another village lot, fronting On William
bon road, 60 feet front by about 200 deep,' and
another lot•fronting on said road, 1145.174 feet.
Pot further particulars Inquire of DAVID S.
IRELAN, Br., .or IRELAN, Covington, Pa.
April 21, 1869-tf. . 0
Mason tt, Hamlin Cabine
Together with the STEY COTTAGE ORGAN
and MELODEONS, oan be advantageously pur
. TIOGA; PA.
HAVING. obtained the agency from the man
ifacturers of the above named instruments
we have the facilities for furnishing them at psi
ode to compare favorably with,those of dealers
in either the same . or, othat re'ed inatruments.
Their reputation•is th . that' Soareely anything
need lie said regarding ;their tang dedrablo,
having been awarded premiums and medals at
the principal Fairs and Institutes, both in this
and foreign countries. Many fine modern im
provements, which are so desirable in all good
reed initruments, are owned and retained for
their eielusive use by the Manufacturers of
these instruments. Hence it Is, while they claim
strength and durability, together with volume,
and quality of tone equal to any, they excel all
'other reed instruments, in the, variety and com
bination of piles irhiehifan be produced.
INDIVIDUALS, SCHOOLS, CHURCH
and other organizations, wishing to obtain a
reed instrument, can be suited as regards size
styles,. prices, dco.jii - ef. - ' '
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED
fl Baud for a circular. .
Tioga, March, 17, '69. T. A. WIOKBAM.
ASIT LOG S ,
at our Mill. Cash paid-for them. We are ready
to paw for customers. bring on your logs.' Lath
and pickets always on hand.
Pir Ash logs must he 12 or 14 feet long.
BOWEN ct TRUMAN.
Wellsboro, Deo. 16, '6B.tf
in full Bette, at , yOUNWBOOESWORE.
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,
by M. A. DURO.
WeHeber°, Deo. 16, 1868.—tf
NEW AND LARGE STOOK OF
ALBUIVIS 2 •
Just received by P.' ct-bo. The
greatest and cheeped variety ever brought into.
town. ,Albums from 75 ate., to $2O each. Call
and soh.. • P. B. WILLIAMS A- CO.
,Wlusboro, Dec. 28,1888.
p I iTUATED on Elk Rua,' Gaines foinship,
containing 125 sores ' 50 acres improved.—
aid farm is well watered, has a frame house and
barn ands choice apple orchard; i and is well
adapted .to dairying purposes.: Title good and
terms awl. Inquire of Wm. H. Smith,. Walla
boro, or • L. L. RIISSHLL, Delmar.
Farm far Sale.
TO BUY SELL IS OUR
"UTE `.llllbu:y ,at: maiket price,
VT — the folkiwink argelea.
SHEEP" 'PE DEA . CON' SKINS,
•Dttg. SKINS, . FURS, HIDES, •
AND VEAL SKINS,
for which we will pay cash. •
Wo will ntangfaeture to order, French or home
tanned CIALF or KIP.BOOTI3, in the beet man
for and at fair rates, and pay.eepeolal attention
to REPAIRING. .
A L s 2,
IVe - have 'a hie' t-rate : 'opok- ,
on ivhintiWa will not be undaieold, and from this
time we shall make it a point to keep up-the best
stook of , ' 1 -
• LADIES' 'GAITERS, ,1
to be found in' the county, which we will ell at
a hirser profit than suck artioles bare ever been
offered in this region.. .
We abaft Litterrise keep up a good assortment
LADIES' BALMORALS, LEATHER
BOOTEES; gultreprvs AND
RIOUS • STYLES,
and all styles of ANN'S IVOTtIC..
LEA:2 I ISIE.R - FINDINGS
eau be bought of - us as cheap as any where this
side of New York, and we shall keep a full stook
FRENOH , UP-.
PEA, SOLE,,'-LININO ? AND
*: - • . 4 , • - •; •
••• - e, 1.)
Our stock of ./ I !itni:24tfts, RAO ' 4IOR,
RA.9P3„O9tICITS!,:!`:.NERDLESii , LARg'itg,
TRIM tilitm:ps, with SHOEMAKER'S
TOOL $ and FIN R INGSO,III be found. the lar
gest in the county , and, we sell for small profits.
We talk business•find we mean business. We
have been in this region long ,enough to be well
kaolin—let those Nilto know us try us. 'Corner
of Meta and Craton streets, oppositelffm. Rob
erteHardward Store, " 0. W. SEARS,
GEO. 0. DERBY.
, WelMoro, April 24, 181:17—tf.
Th 4 paper has been recentliefiltirged to mammoth
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ItAILWA.Y TIME TABLES.
ON and after MONDAY, Agra 28th,1869, Trains
will leave Corning, at the following , hours, via:
1235 a.m., EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays creep ted, for
. Buffalo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with
trains for the West. A Sleeping Coach la attached to
this train at New York, running through to Mead
' ville without change. A Sleeping Coach is also at
tached at Susquehanna running through-to littffalo
-6,11 a.m., NIGHT EXP., daily for Butfalo,Dunkirk,
Cleveland, Dayton and Cincinnati, making direct
connection with trains of the Grand Trunk Railway
at Buffalo, and with the Lake Shore Railway at But.
Palo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, for allyoints West and
North-West, and at Cincinnati with tho Ohio and
Mississippi RallWay for the South and South-West.
This train makes a direct daily connection with
all Line. to the West and South-West, and is provided
with the now and improved Drawing Boom Coaches
peculiar to the Broad Gauge, arranged both for day and
night travel, running through to Rochester, Buffalo
"and Cincinnati, and thus forming the ONLY DAILY
LINE from New York,Oluoinnati and the South-West,
running through 800 miles without change.
6,30 a. an., NIGIIT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Rochester and Buffalo, via Avon.
10 ic a. m., MAIL TRAIN, Sundays excepted, for
En O and Dunkirk.
'1,48 p In., BALTIMORE RXPRESS,Sundays except
ed, 031 4 E0001E0r and Buffalo, via Avon.
7,OSDAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Butfal., lknitirk„ - Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati, and
the West and South, connects at Buffalo, Dunk irk and
Cleveland with the Lake Shore Railway for all points
West and North-West, and at Cinc'unapt with the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway for the South and South-
West. Sleeping Coupes attached to tkis Train at
liornellaville, running through to Claireland with.
gh p es . m.,DAT'EXPRESS, Sundays excopted, for
1,30 P.M., WAY FREIGELT, Sundays excepted.
5,20 p. m., EMIGRANT TRAIN; daily, fur the West
4,35 a. m., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted, connecting. at Elmira for Canondaigua, at
Owego for Ithaca, at Binghamton for- Syracuse, at
Great Bond for Scranton, at Lackawaxeu for Hones
dale, at Middletown for Unionville, at Goshen for
Montgomery at Groycourt for Newburg and War
wick, and at Jersey City with afternoon and evening
trains of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, tat tL
more and Washington.
310,35 a. m., AOOMMODATION TRAIN, daily, con
necting at Owego for Ithaca.
11,56 a. m.,DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
•; connecting aWaverlY for Towanda, at Binghamton
far ,9yracuse, at Great Bend for Scranton. at Lacks.-
Waxen for Honesdale, at Middletown for Unionville,
and at Jersey ,City wltli midnight express train of
New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia.
2,20 p. in., BALTIMORE EXPRESS. Sundays. ex-,
4,26 p. m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
• bun days excepted, connecting at Elmira for Canan.
dalgug, and at Waverly for Towanda.
7,52 p. m., LIGHTNING EXPRESS, connect
tug at Elmira for Williamsport, Harrisburg and the
South, and at Jersy City with morning oxpress train
of New Jersey Railroad, for Philadelphia, Baltimore
12,20 p. in., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
- /RP A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
Passenger, Trains on tho Erie Railway and connecting
Lines, has recently been published, and can ho pro Cu
red on application to.the'Ticket Agent of the Company
WM..-R. BARR, 11. RIDDLE,
Gong Pass. Agent. Gett'l Sup't.
Eiloosbnrg & Corning, & Tioga Et. It
Maine will run as follows until further notice
decommodation—Leaves Blossburg at 6,15 a. in., Mans
gold at 705, Tioga at 7,41, Lawroncovillo at 8,26
arriving at Corning at 9,32 a. in.
Mall—Leaveaßlossburg at 3,00 p. m., Mansfield at 3,40,
Tioga at '4,18, Lawroaoovillo at s,oo—arriving at
Corning at 6 p. m.
Mail—LeavesCorning at 8,00 a.m., Lawrenceville at
9,03, Tioga at 9,45, Mansfield at 10,22—arriving at
Blocs-burg at 11,00 a. in. ,
Accommodation—Leaves Corning at 2,40 p. ru., Law•
reneavillo at 3,52 Tioga at 4.46, Mansfield at 5,30
arriving at Blossburg at 0,15 p.lll.
Northern Central R. Ei
TRAINS FOR THE NORTH
Truhrs for Canandaguia leave Elmira as follows
Express [fastest train on road] ...... .........
Way Freight, [passongor coach attached]
Ou and after Apr. 25, 1869, train a will arrive au.!
depart from Troy, as follows;
027 P. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for El mira, Buffs—
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester i Sasp.Dridge and the
10 65 a. m.—Daily (oxcept Sundays) for Elmira and
Buffalo, via Erie Railway from Elmira.
624 A. m.—Dail
y (oacept Sundays) for Baltimore
952 P. m.—Daily Teept Sundays) for Baltimore
Washington ad Philadelphia.
ALFRED R. FISKE. - ED. S. YOUNG
Gong Supt.Hartlisburg, Uon'l Pass. A g' t
, . Vhiladolphia & Erie H. R.
On and niter Apr..3t3,1669 Trains on this Roati wi
ran as follows :
MallTraio loaves Philadelphia--
" " " Williamsport--
" arr. at Erie
Erie Express loaves Philadelphia
" " ‘• Williamsport.
" " arr. at Erie
Elmira Mall leaves Philadelphia.
g. ... . 4 Williamsport.
" " arr. at Lock Haven...
nail Train leaves Erie 11.15 a to
" 6 " " Williamsport 12.20 aru
" " arr. at Philadelphia 9:25 a m
Erie Sxpress leaves Erie 6.25 p ru
" 6 " " Williamsport . 7.60 aru
" " arr. at Philadelphia 4.10 p m
Mall and Express connect with Oil Creek and Alle
gheny River Rail Road. Baggage Checked Through.
ALFRED L. TYLER, Oen'l Sup't.
Atlantic and Great Western U. W
WWITWARD Boutin. Besmear. Boutin,
Mall 6.30 Express 6.10
Accommodation 0,35 Mail 5.57,
Express - 12.19 Accommodation, 11.45
Express - 11.00 Express 0.19
At Cory there is a Junction with tho Philndelphia &
Erie, and Oil Creek Rail Roads. ,
At Meadville with the Franklin and Oil City and
At Leavittsburgo the Mahoniny Branch makes a di
root route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittabutgli Railroad.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Galion,
Marion, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting various rail
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati..
L. D. RUCKER, Gon.Supt., Mea'dville, Pa .
HARNESS SHOP I
GW. NAVUE, would say to his friends
-• that his Harness Shop is now in full blast,
and that he is prepared to furnish heavy or light
on short notice, in a good and substantial man
ner, and at prides that can't fail to suit.
The best workmen are employed, and none but
the beat material used. Call and see.
Deo. 9, 1868-Iy. G. W. NAVLE.
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The reputation of this preparation is so well est.A.
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April 7, 1869-1 m...
Planing & Turning.
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101 - AVING got his new Factory in operation.
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Oct. - 31, 1866—tf.
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Valuable Farm for Sale
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Tioga, Feb. 12, 18fi87tf.
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STOVES SOLD ON TIME.
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