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Tho following" illuSttafe s s tho wey - in Which h l
story goes by telling :
Says Gossip One to Gossip two,
While shopping in the town,
• Old _Mrs. Pry_to me.simarked—
, Smith bought hie goods of Brown."
Says Gossip Two to Gossip khree,
Who cant her eyelids dowri,
"I've heir(' it said to;day, La/friend,
--- Smith got hissgoods from brown."
,-• , ,
Says dossip;Three to aoSsip, l
With isOmethilig of a
I've Ifeetr '
strange news what do you think ? j
: SFith took hie goods from Brown."
Sea Gossip Four to Gossip Five,
Who blazed it round tho town,
"F Y° heard to-day such shocking DOWS
limithstole his goods froin Brown."
A TRAVELER'S gro Y. - Between
Calebal3vrainp "and Line Creek, in the
(Georgia,) e saw a con
siderable crowd gathered near a drink
ing-house, most of them. seated - and
smokipg.• We stopped - to see what was
the Matter. It' was Sunday, and thete
had been a quarter race for a gallon of
whisky. The first thing I noticed on
alighting was the singular position of
one of the horses of the party. He was
kneeling down and standing on his
hinder feet, his head wedged in between
the ends of two logs of the grocery, and,
he was. atone two
baying cVldently I
run directly agailfst the building at full I
speed, cansing, the , hou4e to : partially '
fall: ..A.hoPtllve paces from the, horse
lay the rider, quite senseless, with a
gash in his throat .which might have
let out a thousand lives. As I- said,
most of the crowd were seated a,na
`What is all this?' I inquired.
is the Matter here?'
4 Maur l' After a while answered One
in a drawling voice, giving a gq9dspit,
and re-filling his A outlq, with a new
cud. ,' Matter enou ; there's . been a
quarter race.' - . d
' But how came is man and horse
killed 2' I asked.
Well,' answered the chewing and'
spitting gentleman, the man was Con
siderable. in liquor, I reckon; and he
ran his horse chuck against the house,
and that's the whole on it.'
Has the doctor been sent for ?' in
quired one of our party. •
Lreckon there ain't much use of
doctors here,' replied another of the
crowd. Burnt brandy would not save
either of lent, man or Boss.'
Has this Man a Wife or children?'
• No children that I knoWa on,' an
swered a female_who was sitting on the
ground a short distance front the, dead
man, smoking composedly.
He has, -a wife, then?' ' I remarked.
What will be her feelings when she
learns the fatal termination of this most
' Yes,' sighed the female, it was an
ate race. Poor an !I he lost
Do you happen to know his wife?
Has she been informed of the untimely
death of her husband?' were my next
Do I know her?' Has she been in
formed of his death?' said the Woman.
Well, I reckon you ain't acquainted
about these parts. I am the, ,
CUNNING OF TILE Fox.—A hunter
who was one morning -keeping watch
in the forest, saw a fox cautiously mak
ing 14s approach toward the stump of
an old tree. W hen sufficiently near,
he took a high and determined jump on
the top:of it, and, after looking round
awhile, bopped to the ground again.—
After Reynold had repeated this-exer
cise several times, he went his Way,
but presently returned to the spot,
bearing a pretty heavy piece of dry oak
in his mouth, and thus burdened, and
as it would seem for the purpose of test
ing his vaulting powers, he I.'enewed his
leaps °lithe stump. After a time how
ever, and when he found that, weighted
with facility, ho desisted from- further
efforts, dropped the piece of wood from
his mouth, and coiling himself loon
the the of the stump remained,motion
less as if dead. At the approach of
evening, an old sow and progeny, five
or six in number, issued from a neigh
thicket, and pursuing their usu
al track, passed near the stump in ques
tion. Two of her sucklings
somewhat behind the rest, and just as
they neared his ambush, Michel, with
the rapidity of thought, darted down
from his perch upon ouje of them, and
in the twinkling of an/eye, bore it in
triumph to the fastness he had so prov
identially prepared beforehand. Con
founded at the shrieks of her offspring,
the old sow returned in a fury to the
spot, and until late in the night made
repeated desperate attnlpts to storm
the murderer's stronghold ;. but the fox
took the matter coolly, and devoured
the pig uncle?r the very nose of its en
raged mother.- 7 -Naturatist spa Norway.
IiATHER' - PUNGENT.-" Did you ever
hear the story' of the two Irishmen and
" No ; how was it?"
"Nell, seeing a dish of grated horse
radish on the table, where they had
stopped for dinner, each helped him
self largely to the ' supposing
it to be eaten as potato or squash ; and
the' , first, putting a - knife-full lute his
mouth, jerked his - handkerchief from
his trowsers and Commenced viping
" What troubles yer, Jetnin3 ?" in
quired his comrade. ,
" Sure, and I was thinkin' of my
poor old father's death when he was
hung," he replied, shrewdly.
" Presently the other, taking as
greedily of the pungent vegetable, had
sudden use for his handkerchief;
whereat, Jemmy as coolly inquired:
" ' And what troubles yes, Pat?"
" "Froth,' he replied, that you was
not hung With your father.'''
There are Tonle precious children in
Waterbury, as the following local nara
live of tlw Waterbury Americanshows:
" Mother what is a gone sucker?' "
" Von tuusn't ask such questions,
" But mamma, I want to know wha
a gone sucker' is."
" Freddy, I tell you not to ask: me
Freddy, ;however, could not be put
off, and still persisted in pressing his
inquiries, where-upon, " Mamma" be
came indignant, and ordered him to
1)0, and as punishment Freddy had to
stty his prayers by himself, instead of
nu his mother's lap, as usual. So Fred
dy prays : " God bless papa and Mam
ma, and baby, but as for me, I'se been
a bad boy, and guess I'm a gone
A drawing master, worrying a pupil
With contemptuous remarks upon his
lack of ability, ended by asking. ' Nov,
sir, if you were going to draw me, what
part of me 'would you commence with?'
The boy with a meaning look into the
master's face, answered very quickly,
" Your neok, sir."
Wife, wife, witat has become of the
grapes' I suppose, my dear, - the hens
picked them °IV was her modest reply.
`Hens—Lens—some two-legged hens, I
guess, said her husband with some im
petuosity ; to which she calmly replied,
Aly dear, did you ever see any other
A little fellovi, not more than five
• years of age, healing some gentlemen
at his father's table diseusging the fa
miliar line, `An honest man is the
noblest work of God,' said he knew it
wasn't true • his mother WWI better than
any man that was ever made.
A shrewd old gentleman once said to
his daughter : I Be sure,•my dear, you
never marry a poor man'; but remem
bered that the poorest man in the world
is one that has money and nothing else. ,
Is often quite expensive, but this you have for
.I)i' by accident, you get'scalded, bruised,
burned, or sprained, then apply
imtnediately.; for it is iftifck to give relief;
and powerful to cure pain'and soreness.
If you are a f flicted with sameness, or
numbness and stiffness of the limbs, or with
severe pain, or painful swellings like Neu
ralgia and Injiamatory Rheumatism, then
byatt ' , means. Api.ly it quickly 'so as not to
leave it open to the air; and use it according
to 'directions on the bottle.
• ' , .1 1
If you have Sore Throat, or Quinsy, or
Felons, or Crou r p, or Fleurisy,or
or any of these disorders that require an
outward remedy, then
Is what you want, far it has proved a bless
ing to thousands. Although it is reckoned
to be one of the strongest medicines ; yet it is
so safe that even a child may handle & use it.
Kept constantly on hand* immediate use,
will certainly prevent muck sU f fering, and
mily save life. • j
If you are prudent and economical, and
desire to save expense; then remember that
Is found to be a saving of snore than $lO a
year in anfamilies that use it
. ( ggi`For sole by all. Druggists. IVholesale
Depot 252 Greenwich St., New York.
Wholesale and Retail
By W. C. KBJESS.
THE subscriber will keep on hand at ali times
a full stock of
tREGS OD MEDICINES,
Flavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Kerosene,
Lamps, Wicks, Dye ,Colors,lWhite Wash
Lime and Brushes, Varnish and
Sash Brushes, Window Glass
all sizes, Varnish of all
kinds, Fancy Soaps,.
Hair and Tooth Brushes, a full stock of
Yankee Notions ; also a complete as
Pure Wines and 'Liquors,
Buyers are requested to call and examine pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere.
March 24, 1869-Iy. W. E. KRESS
WICKHAM & FARR'S,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
CROCKERY & WOODEN
READY TO BE INSPECTED; AND
SOLD AT A FAIR PIROFIT:4
CALL AND SEE.
WICKHAM & FARR.
Tioga, May 12, 1869.
and a full stock Of
Having formed a partnership in the Tin, Stove
and Hardware trade, the undersigned have the
pleasure to announce that they have, at a groat
outlay, aided to the usual stock of tho old stand
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles :
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE 'SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT HARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and-made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stock
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best .quality of
goods in our lihe ; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS• FOR THE
Buckeye Mower & Reaper
R. C: s BAJLIEY.
WolltiburO, May 1.9,1889—tf.
Life Insurance Trust Company,
el - warm PERPETUAL.
Capital, 7 sl,ooomo.
$lOO,OOO deposited with the Auditor General for
security of tbo Policy Holders.
Low cash Premiums.
Policies, Non-forfeitable by their terms.
Liberal Traveling Privileges.
Return of all Premiums paid.
Females Insured at same rates as Males.
Home Moe 13. E. Corner, sth and Chestnut
Applications for Insurance may be made with
W. P. B IGONEY, General Agent, Wellsboro' Pa.
May 12, 1869—tf.
Having boon to much expense in fitting up
another Green House, giving more room for
largo pots, I flatter myself that no Green Houso
can make a better show of
RARE AND THRIFTY PLANTS,
Dahlias, Bosco, Votbenias, Petuinas, Geraniums,
all sorts ; Basket Plants, all sorts ; Hanging
Baskets, new patterns; Beautifulßego•
nias, Cape Jessamine, Carnations,
CiBBllll, discolor; Pelargoniums
in variety, &o. &c. &o.
New Crimson Cluster Tomato Plants, and all
sorts in pots or by thordosen. All kinds of Cab
bage Plants, Egg Plants, Asparagus Roots
(two 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 the store
of Mee/am .It, Mix, Morcur's NOW Block.
/laving employed one of the most experienced
Florists' ho will at all times give any informa
tion to customers on the mode of propagati?n
and cultivation of Plants.
This Spring's Catalogue will be sent to all that
may desire and write for it. I invito all to
come and see my Houses, Plants, .tm, for them
selves. With gratitudo I acknowledge past
Bouquets will ho found at the store of
McCAnn do Mix every morning, Sundays oxoopt
ed ; 35 to 50 cents each.
Towanda, Pa., Mar. 3,1860-13 m.
pgr^ orders left at Win. Roberte's Hardware
Store, Welleboro, will rt calve prompt attention.
The Best Stock of
1.0 1 1/P
FEED, MEAL, PORK, PROVISIONS,
in Wellabor°, can bo found at.
M. B. PRINCE'S.
A choice lot of CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED,
besides all kinds of GARDEN and small FIELD
SEEDS, SEED POTATOES, &c., at
M. B. PRINCE'S.
You can got cash for your
EGGS, BEANS, POTATOES, .GRAIN,
BEESWAX, &c., AT
M. B. PRINCE'S.
WILL stand the present season as follows :
Mondays and Tuesdays, forenoons, at the
stable of the subscriber, Mainsburg.
Tuesday afternoons, at Brundage's Stables,
Wednesday'. at Graves's Covington.
Thursdays at Cherry Flats.
Fridays at Whitneyville.
Saturdays at Fellow's. Wellsboro.
E. A. FISH,
May 12, 1869-2 m. Proprietor.
500 Cords ofllemipck Bark, wanted, for
which the highest market price will lie
paid on delivery at my Tannery,lin Wellaboro
Jne 2, 1869—if. JOSEPE RATIEROLLA.
, .. _.
%I RE SUBSCRIBER bavi!:ig estathohcil him
" elf in the .
. • , ..
a .-- - . . _. ,
in this Village, next door to E. K. Ki m ball's
Grocery, la now prepared tn sari; on. the bushing
in all its various branches. I will keep con
stantly on land an assortment of Bread, each
as • ,
LOAF BREAD, BOSTON. CRACKERS,
GRAHAM , BREAD, ' BUTTER
CRACKERS, B ROW-N. ,liv.:
BREAD, WATER •
. • . CRACKERS, .
DYSP,EFSIA. A SODA BISCUITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,
PIES, AND . LUNCH,
at all hears of the day, indays excepted. •
By strict attention to usiness shall endeavor
to merit the pulAto ?att. nags. s
Welleba 1:o, June . 24, . 8684 '.: , 814 ,
CORNING, N. Y.
D MMS SAND MEDICINES, PAINTS
TkIADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
I CONCENTRATED MEDICINES,
IREDELL'S FLUID, EX-
BURNETP'S COCOAINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, WU
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
`PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested
to call and get quotations before going farther
W. D.' TERBELL & CO.•
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1868
Grocery and : Provie
CORNING, N. Y.
UTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kind! of
Winesf:Mquors - and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN ii
CANNED FR UITS AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS 8
PERAMI3LATORS, TOYS, &0., &a.
A full and complete assortment of the above
mentioned goods of the boat quality always on
Particular attention paid to Fine' Groceriet
Dealers and Consumers will dud it to their in
threat to examine his Steek'befoye buying.
Corning, N. Y., March 31,1E189.
TO THE FARMERS OF
lAtf noW building at my manufactory, in Lawrence
vile. a eoperior
which possesses the following advantages over al hither
1. It separates rye.; oats, tat litter. and fonl seeds, and
chess and cockle, from wheat. •
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
3, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does ell other separating required of a mill.
This mill is built of the best and moat durable tim
ber, in good style. and le sold cheap for cash, or pro.
duce. " ; •
Iwill fit a patent sieve, for - separating oats from
wheat, to other mills, on reaStrnable terra*.
J. H .MATHER.
Lawrenceville ,June 141,18604 f
1869. FOR SALE. 1869 •
B. C. WICKHAM,
• A T HIS NIIRSERi OF FRUIT AND, OR
ji TREES, IN TIOCIA
60,000 Apple . Trees:
10,000 Pear Trees..
A good'aupply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES A SHRUBBERY.
The Fir& trees are ; cqmposed of the ehuicsst
varieties, good,,bealpq, ,serne of them large and
in bearing. Any one wishirig to get a supply
will do well to calf and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Off- Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Fob. 28,1868-Iy*
io Lovers of Good Stock.
ILSTILL continue to keep my Alderney Bull
for improvement of MilkingStcck. Bowlll
be part of a season in Middlebury, and balance
of the time at Wellehciro. .
I have for Sale, I' Devon btill, pure ‘blood, 2
years old. Also 2 grade Alderney Bulls,
blood, 1 year old.' • • ,
I would call attention to thy Cheitet Conift,ty
White Boare--.l7nOie I Sam 'and "Witing Eittierfoa.
Uncle Sam withmoll' at , Middlibury--Yonng
America at Welieboro. • . •
Those whaling good StoOh 'pleate give toe a
ea% L. C. BENNET.
Welhboro, May 5,181394 f. -
House and, Lot for sale.
HOUSE,iiiidAoti and vacant lot for sale
cheap:- -Location - Wellsboro; and desirable.
Inquire at the - Agitator Ottioe. .
AW , NEW GOODS!
John Rai Bowen,
woj.O now receiving ttlirgo and complete assort=
nt of Fall Jr
bought since the hits decline in prices In New
York, consisting of
Groceries, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
Particular attention to invited to our Stook of
. AND TRIMMINGS,
Gaiters and Hoop Skirts; also a nice
line of T E AS, .New (Inv, very
tine at reduced 'Vices,
A tine4ulsortmont of Ladies FURS, very oheikro,
,all of which.'wili be hold-at the Very lowest fair
ket prices. We respectfully invite all to call and
examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Empire . Store, Ng. 1 Union Block.
Wellatoio:Oot. 21,1888.. '
RIP SHE GOES !
FOR 'o2i.t!Ef, 'we will sell FEED at theirs pri
Very best Rye & Oats, Ground
here,. . $2,50 owl
Beg itlotted Feed, . 2,25 !'
Bed' COniinon 'Eeed, . . 2,00 "
Cow Feed, 1.75 "
The abovo goods, at the above prices, are
We don't mix sand in our teed.
We haven't a Plaster Mill connootod with our
Our Feed is pure! WRIGHT do BAILEY.
Wellsboro, Jan. 20, 1869.
R. Kruson. W. J. Krtisen P. D. Pease.
R. KRUSEN & CO.,
OULD announce to the publio that they
are now receiving a full and complete as
sort ent of
Notions, Copts, Purs,ll:fita, - Cap, Boots,
Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Crockery,
• Har4ware, Stoneware, itc.
whichthey aiprepared to sell for cash, or ex
change fora untry Produce, at rates which defy
Westfield, .1!)eo. 2, 1888—tf
The 'subscriber offers for sale the following
property, situated in • Covington township and
borough, Tioga county, Pa.:
58 acres of land itt Covington tp.,on William
son Road leading' le Blestibitfg . , 4 miles there
from and 1 mile from Covington borough, about
20 acres improved, a good framo house, barn and
other outbaildingsibarettb.)l.lllltWawmill, Sash
Factory, and Shingle *ill and water privilege
thereon. Also, two apple orchards of 170 trees,
mostly choice fruit, and about half bearing trees
- - ta - pmm trees, to (Merv.U I.lprrent b. 41011 ' 4 1
red, whitiviin'lfblitok,Wern‘644lo^thatring Gripe
Vines, 12 Pear, and Peach and Quince.
,Also--a Timber lot, 349.8 acres,4 of a mile
from Baeh Factory and Sawmill. Timber, pine,
oak, basswood, chestnutittat4 bbeoh, birch, maple
and hemlock. Also--a lot in the village, adjoin
ing Geronld'e orchard, fronting on Williamson
road and railroad, containing about an acre, a
2-story Ronan, outbuildings, fruit trees and a
good well of Water thereon.
Also--another village lot, fronting on William
son road, 60 feet front by about 200 deep, and
another lot fronting on said road, 114X174 feet.
For further -particulars inquire - of •DAVID S.
IRELAN, Br., or 5...1 IRELAN, Covington, Pa.
April 21, 1,, 9-tf.
Mason St, Hamlin Cabine
Together with the ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN
and MELODEONS, can be advantageously pur
RAVING obtained the agency from the man
ufacturers of the above named - instruments'
we haie the facilltiea.for furniabiag them at pri
ces to compare favor
ably `with tboabief 'dealers
in either the Barna or other reed Inbtruments.
Their reputation is such that scarcely anything
need be said' regarding their being desirable,
having been awarded premiums and medals at
the principal Pairs and Institutes, both in this
and foreign countries. Many fine modern im
provements, which are so desirable in all good
reed instruments, are owned and retained for
their exeltisive use by the manufacturers of
these instruments. fence it is, while they claim
strength and derability, together with ' voltitnei .
and quality.of 'tone equal to any, they exoel all
other reed instruments, in the variety and corn=
bit/Mien of tones which can be produced.
INDIVIDUALS, SCHOOLS, CHURCH
EO, SOOrETIES, --
and other orgiiiiitationi; wishing to - .obtain a
reed-instrument, can be suited as regards size
Styles, prices, Oc., (to,
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED
or. Soul for a oironlar. .40"
Tioga, March, 17, 'B9. T. A. WICKHAM.
i vir ANTED- -,
.A.* , -i x...oces, .
at our Mill. Cash! ' aid for them. We are ready
to saw for cuatome . Bring on your logs. Lath
and pickets alway on band.
_far' Ash logs nal be 12 or 14 feet long.
BOWEN 44 TRUMAN.
Wellabbro, Dec. 16, '6l3.tf
BANKRUPTCY • BLANKS;
in full setts, at YOUNG'S BOOKSTORE.
CASH Paid FOR HIDES ,
by I& A. DURP.
. Wallaboro,Dee..l.6, 1888.—tf
NEW AND EAROt / gTOOK OF
Tug received by P. R. Williams & Co. The
greatest and cheapest variety ever brought into.
town. Albums from 75 cu. to $2O each. Call
and see. P. R. W ILLIAMS & CO.
Weilebore, Dec. 28, 1808. •
TTUATED on Elk Run, Gaines township,
containing 125 acres, 50' neteslinptoved.—
Said farm is well watered,tait'd Vilna Wise and
barn and a choice apple orchard, and is well
adapted to dairying purposes. Title good and
terms agar.' Inquire 451 - Wie. U. Smith, Wells
boro, of L. L. RUSSELL, Delmar.
FROM THIS DATE
Farm for Sale.
TO BUY - ff • SELL IS OUR
Awr E7will Invi• at Ake, highest market price,
VT the follovflaft atttoles.
SHEEP - P E T 8,1 DEACON SKINS,
DEER SKINS, FURS, RIDES,
AND TEAL SKINS,
for which we will pay'cash.
We•will•taaanfaoturo to order, French or home
t4upd or KIP 1100T8, in the beet mao
nerapd at fair 'raise, and pay : wools' attention
,A X., 8,0 ,
Wo:hroto a Bret-rate stook of
ALUM MAI% -WOW,
11 not b 4 and : era - old, and from this
Maki it a point to keep up the best
stook or ' .
to bo fdund ;in the county, which we will soli at
a lotyPfp t ollf thinlnich articles have over been
likeiode keep up a good assortment
LADIES! .IA4LMORALS,. LEATHER
BOOTEES; • CHILDREN'S AND
MISSES WORK or VA
MOLTS STYLES, •
and an atyloa of MIN'S WORK.
LEATHER .4' FINDINGS
caa be bought of 'us as cheap as any where this
aide of New York, and we shall keep a full stook
FRENCH' CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, LININGS, erricl .
Our stook of PEGS, NAILS, THREAD, AWLS,
RASPS, 'GLOVERS' NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES . - CIR I#P S, with SHOEMAKER'S
TOOLS Sind PI DINGS, will bo found the lar
gest in the county, and we sell for mall, profits.
We taltebuslimat'an'd we moan business._ We
hovel:434lln this region long enough .to be well
knoWn—let thoeo 'Who know - us:try us. Corner
or Mairr'and Grafton streets, opposite Wm, Rob
arts' Hardware Store; O. W. SEAR,
'GEO. 0, DE RBY.
Wollsboro, April 24, 1867-0.
Midi paper has been recently enlarged to mammoth
proportions. IT IS TEE LARGEST RELIGIOUS PAPER IN
ERR worth. Is thaleading organ of the Uniori Move
mon; undPolies ritualism,- closo communion, or
clueiveness anti chinch caste: It is the only paper
that publishes floury Ward Bisecher's Sermons, which
it does every weeli,jruit As -they err delivered,— with
out qualification or correction by,bim. It advocates
universal suffrage; st,uniciii or christians at the polls •
arid Van rights of. /abet.: It hairthe beat Agricultural
Deparnxitlnti qf rsipyr puper. In the• World; publishes
storlse,for Ibe RtrallY• atldfor,the destruction of social
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0. G. Cloche at $8,50.
Gothic " " • •• • ....... 3,63.
Cottage " " • . ,70.
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LIB MINCE COMPINY
UNITED STATES 01' AMERICA,
WASHINGTON, D. 0
Chartered by Spectil Act of Congress
APPROVED JULY 25, 1868
Cash Capital. $1,000,000,
PAID IN FULL. -------
Pipit National Bank Building,
Where all Correspondence should be Addressed.
CLARENCE H. CLARK,
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance Ja Executive Com.
HENRY D. 00011 E, Vice-President.
HIIERSON W. PEET, Scordtaryand Actuary.
B. S. Rtrasam, Manager.
Circulars. paripblets, and full particulars giV. l
en on application to the Branch Office of the
Company, or, to
8. C. SIMPSON, WELLSBORO, PA., •
by whom applicatbm will be received and Pol
cies procured foi &Linty.
co.P 9,1868-1 y...
TA& U. WILKINSON, of Charleston, having
purchased the right to make and vend the
IL P. Jones Washing 'Machine in Tioga County,
hereby gives notitie that the machines are being
made at Van Horn's Cabipet Factory, Wellaboro,
where they may be procured.
The best, cheapest, and moat sensible machine
ever invented. •
CASH PAO MOE WOOL, BUTTER AND
OREEEE, by • C. L. WILLCOX.
RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
ON and after MONDAY, April 28th. 1860 , Trains
wilt leave Corning, at tho following hours, viz :
32,35 n. m., EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting — with
traine for, the West. A Sleeping Conch Is attached to
this train at Now Yock, running through to Mead
ville without change. A Bleeping Coach is also at
tattled at Stiliquehanna running through to Buffalo
-6,11 a.m., NIGHT EXP., daily for Buffalo Dunk irk,
Cleveland,- Dayton and Cincinnati, making direct
connection with trains of the Grand Trunk Railway
at Buffalo, and with the Lake Shore Railway at Bur
fain, Dunkirk and Cleveland, for all points West and
North-West, and at Cincinnati with the Ohio and
illiitsaippiltailvfay for tho South and Bouth-West.
- ta. This train makes a direct daily connection with
all Linea to the West and South• West, and is provided
with the new and improved Drawing Room Coaches
peculiar to the Broad gauge, arranged both for day and
night travel, running through to Rochester, Buffalo
andOineinnati, and thus forming the ONLY DAILY
LINE from New York, Cincinnati and the South-West,
running through 860 miles without change. -
6,30 a. m., NIOUT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Rochester and buffalo, via Avon.'
10 ,I 5 a. rA., MAIL TRAIN,' Sundays excopted, for
Buffalo and Dunkirk.
1,45 p. m.,.l3AurimoßE uxmigss,Suntlays except
ed, for ItochoOtor and Buffalo, via Avou.
7,05 p. to., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays oxceptled, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati, and
the West and South, connects at Buffalo, Dun kirk and
Cleveland with the Lake Shore Railway for all points
West and North-West, and at Cincinnatti with the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway for the South and South-
West. Sleeping Coupes attached to-this Train at
itornellsville,' running through to Cleveland with
7 act p, m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
1,30 p. m., WAY FREIGHT, Sulidaye excepted.
0,25 p. m., EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for the West
4,35 a. in., OINOJENNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
coptod, connecting at Elmira for Canondaigua, at
Owego for Ithaca, at Binghamton for Syracuse, at
Great Bend for Scranton, at Lackawaken for Hones
dale, at Middletown for Unionville, at Goshen for
Montgomery, at Greycourt for Newburg, and War
wick, and at Jersey City with afternoon and evening
trains of Now Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washington.
10,35 a. m., ACOMMODATION TRAIN, daily, con
necting at Owego for Ithaca.
11,56 a. in., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Waverly for Towanda, at Binghamton
fur Syracuse, at Great Bond for Scranton. at Lacka
waxen for Honesdale, at, Middletown for Unionville,
and at Jersey City with midnight express train of
'New Jersey ltailroad forphilnaolphin.
2,20 p. m., BALTIMORE EXPRESS: Sundays_ ex
4,26 p. m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL]
Sun days excepted, connecting at Elmira tor Canon
dalgug, and at Waverly for Towanda.-
,52 p. m., LIGHTNING EXPRESS, Daily, connect
iug at Elmira for Williamsport. Harrisburg and the
South, and at Jersy City with morning express train
of New Jersey Railroad, for Philadelphia, Balthneie
12,20 p. in., WAY PRElcarr, Sundays excepted.
.1)G- A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway and connecting
Lines, has recently been published, and can be procur
ed on application to.tho Ticket Agent of the Company
WM. It. BARR, 11. RIDDLE,
(lung Pass. Agen t. • Gen'l Sup't.
Bloosbnrg & Corning, & Tioga IL 11
Taalns will run as follow until farther notice:
Accommodation—Leaves - 111 sburg at. 0,15 a. ~ Mans
field at 7,05, Tioga at 7,1, Lawrenceville tt 8,20
arriving . at Corning at 9,' 2 a. m.
Mail—Leaves Bloeeburg at 8,00 p. m „Mansfield at 3,40,
Tioga at 4,18, Lawrenceville at 5,00-4triving at
Corning at 6 p. ni.
Mall—LeavesCorning at 8,00 a.m., Lawre ceyille at
'9,03, Vega at 9,45, Mansfield at 10,22—alririg at
Bloss-brirg at 11,00 a. m.
Accommodation . —Leares Corning at 2,40 p. rn.,Law.
renceville at 3,52 Tina at 4.46, Mansfield at 5,30
arriving at Illossburg at 0,15 p.m.
L. R. 811ATT1E1011,8up't ~
TRAINS FOR THE NORTH.
Trains for Canandaguialeave Elmira as follows :
Accomodation at G' 0 a ni
Express (fastest train on road] 12 20 p
Mail 7 10 p
Way Freight, [passenger coach attached].........B 00 a m
On and after Apr. 2.5, 1889, tra l in s will arrive and
depart from Troy, 0-follows;
. LEAVE NORTHWARD.
9 27 P. m.—Daily (exce'pt Sundays) for Elmira, Buffa—
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester, Sulk.. Bridgd and the
10 65 a. M.—Dally (except Sundays) for Elniii a and
Buffalo, via Erie Railway from Elmira.
LEAVE SOUTHWARD. •
524 A. m.—Daily (except Sundays) fur Ila Minor(
Washington, Philadelphia, de. .
952 P. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimore
Washington and Philadelphia.
ALFRED It. FISKE_ ED. S. YOUNG
Gen'i Supt.llarrisburg, (len'i Pass. Ag't
Philadolphla .131. ;oriel 11. R.
' On and alter Apr. 2d, 18U9 Trains on this Road w•
run as follows :
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia
" " " Williamsport
" " arr. at Erie
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia..
" " `• Williamsport...
.c •° arr. at Erie
Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia..
" " " Williamsport...
" " arr. at Lock Haven....
Mall Train leaves Erie - 11.15 ani
" " " Williamsport 12.20 a w
" " aril.. at Philadelphia 9:25 ain
Erlo Express leaves Erie 6.25 p in
" ", " Williamsport 7.50 ain
" " arr. at khiladelphia 4.10 pin
Mail and Express connect with Oil Creek and Alla.
ghostly River Rail Road. Baggage Checked Through.
ALFRED L. TYLER, Gen'l Sup l.
- Great Western R. W
Exptoaa 11.00 f Expratis
At Cory there is a junction with the Philadelphia &
Erie, and Cil Crock Rail Roads.
At Meadville with tho Franklin and Oil City and
At Lebvittalnargo the Mahoniny Branch makes a di
rect rote to Oleyoland .l At Ravenna connects with
Clevola d and Pittelitugh Railroad.
Tho Road passim through Akron, Ashland, Galion,
Marton, Urbana and Dayton, Intersecting various rail.
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati.
L. D. RUCKER, Oen. Supt., 'id eadville,6a
HARNESS r SHOP T I J
NAVLE, Would say to his friends
Gthat his Harness Shop is now in full blast,
and that he is prepared to furnish heavy or light
on short notice, in a goodmnd substantial man
ner, and at prices that mull fail to snit.
The best workmen are employed, and none but
tho best material used. Call and see.
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Single 'Copies 61, Invariably In advance; 8 Copies
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No travelling agents employed. Address all coA
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The reputation of this preparation is so well e±tab•
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On MAN it has never failed to cure PAINFCL
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DAVID E, FOUTZ, sole Proprietor,
April 7, 1.8i19-101. •
.10 p oh
. 9,10 p
8 50 pm
. SbOa m
7.45 p m
Planing & Turning.
13. T. VAN HORN,
ITAVING got his now Factory in operation.
is now prepared to' fill orders for Cabinet
Ware promptly and in the best style of workman
ship. - Haying procuredta
he i s ready to dress boards or plank-with dispatch
SCROLL-WORK & BR./tCKETS,
furnished to order. Ills machine are of the new
est and most improved pitterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Wal Ste, WELLS
Oct. 31, 1.866—tf.
( ) ill 0
hairmaker, Turner, and
f . Furniture Maier,
SALE opposite Dartt's Wagon Shop,
Mai' Street. FACTORY in Sear. .t
Hams Foundry, second story.
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction gnaw.
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Wellsboro, June 12,4867. J. STICKLIN.
' For doing a family washing in the he;ten l
cheapest manner. tivaranteed to fa TO is
the world l Das all the strength of old rosin
soap p with the mild and lathering qualitie:
genuine Castile. Try this splendid 60(1p. Soli
by the ALDEN CIIEMICAL WORKS, 4S Nerd]
Front Street, Philadelphia. sept 2, 'IIS-1;$
Tioga Marble Works.
TILE undersigned is now prepared to eve
cute all orders for Tomb Stonos "and M col
inonts of either
)ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARIILE4
of the latest style and approved workmanshi
and with dispatch.
Flo koop constantly on hand both kinds
Marble and will be able to suit all who may f
vor him with their orders, on ns reasonalat tern s
as can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look ifs good ns new.
Valuable Farm, for Sale
A farm of three hundred ncree. with two hue-
Bred and twonty•fiverteres improved. Sit
uated twe'miles'north of Tioga Village, on the
Tioga River and Rallrocd. Well wnttterod, un
der a good state of cultivation, and good build.
ings. Also four houses and lots for sale in Tioga
vilingo. T. L. BALDWIN.
Tiorra, Feb. 12, 18,18—lf.
Cabinet Card i.Pholographs,
and all special 'sizes, ondlfinest , l3tyles of pictureil,
finished in first-class reanner at Spencer's Art
Mansfield, Feb. 3, 1866.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
INbuTyi N ato County, woild and the Chcapert i.hic,; to
Agent for L. BOLLES (f• co', lIOSE,
ilinghandon, N. 1, aPd
ELMIR A SAP' FACTORY, .
STOVES SOLID ON TlM'''.
Manaold, Nov. 25, 1868 7 1 y. a. B. KM.
orr York, Hos.
ind New Orleans,
week, giving th e
o WREN TO 'BUT
interest the household ; plain
/log and domeetic management,
Jr 4 napkin and the cooking of s
e education of children.
ST ' , ARE ROW, NEW YORE.