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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1869
- !Vow ildvertisomenta
Strayed Cow—J. B, Potter..
Dissolution—C. N. Dartt, It, W. Bodine
Farm for Sale—Francis Strang, Exr.
For Sale—Bull &, March.
Raddo, is. Cos. Bushor.
Notices in Discharge—D. A. Clark, T. North,
ill, P. Knowlton, F. D.' flannel, Ifozciciali Stn
School Notice—John I. Mitchell.
Douse and Lot for Sale—R. Jenkins.
ICE-CREAM. The Aiyitator people
are under obligntionB to Mr. M. M. Sears for
IUFCiOIIB treat of ice-cream, from his neat Woo]
B. S. S.—The Semi- rnnual meeting
the Baptist Sunday . School
Association will he
held in connection With the First Quarterly
meeting of the Tioga Baptist Association, Wed
nesday, Nov. 24, 1869.
REAL ESTATE SALES.-11. C. Simp
son, Esq., has purchased the resilience and
grounds lately owned by W. IL Elyrfer, Eoq.
Hugh Young, Esq., has - purebased Mr. Simpson's
vropertY, corner of Pearl St., and First Avenue.
CHURCH IitATTERS.—The Rt. Rev.
Wm Bacon Stevens; D. D.., Bishop of tho Diocese
of Pennsylvania, has made the following ap
pointmenti for Tioga county_
13lossturk,•,Thursday Aug 1:0tb.
31ansflohl, Wednesday " ilth.
Tioga, Thursday " 12th.
V.'ellsboro, Sunday " 15th.
0 ! TfIE POOR INDIAN tio•tiel
entertainment by Skinner's Indian Troup, is
u thertiee4 to dolio off in Wellabore, Thursday af
ternoon aid evening, 22d inst. Besides lots of
chiefs and quaws, there will be a 0014, tumb
ling, banner-jumping, wziestling and other gym
tattle feats. A trained bog will' ho exhibited,
and a variety of Indian Dances will be intro•
DRIVING 6ARK.—Steps have been
taken to provide a Driving Park for the accom
modation of the Agricultural Society and the
public hereabout. It will be ,located north of
tl Cemetery. Tho subscriptions are so far
111 , eral, and the whole sum needed iv ill, probably
Lr rai4ed in a few thtys. If you want al , sueeessful
Agricultural Nucicty you must prOVidelaCCOMMC
,laliwis for the owners of-lino horses.
TALI. WITEAT.—AVe have received
Mr. Js, P. Deane, of Delmar, mail, leB of
01ing uheat sft. 11 inches in height. This
,top is 11 groan,' trout, which potatoes were
,upped Inst year.
We :I indebted to Mr. Deane for a curiosity
la the :hap° of a spray from a pear tree, having
it pears and Idossonis. Thi3 vat iety of pears
La, mien blossomed in July, ,aud berme the ma
tor—l l nit of the May bloom with the immattuo
mut ot the July bloom, which pertains to this
ye 't• growl h
VAItM FENCE.—MeSsr:4. Coolidge &
R , dlins, of Jersey Mills, Pa., have patented a
portable faint fence, said to be in essential .re
,uccts, an improvement upon former efforts in
-tLe,aatc direction. It is said to be elwap and
,•abztantial, and from a descriptive cut we judge
'a to be so in a 1110 degree. The owners will
n viPit tilts regidn with a model of the fence,
si,en our tanners can judge for themselves.
1 . .11 W EATUER.—The "oldest i bah
-s,ht" lemeinhers no season like the piesient. It
•ueplp nn indefinite climgation of the nion'th
1461, only the showers have drownul out the
n. The crops are fine, if we except corn,
nhach needs dryer weather to get its start of th'e,
ull frosts. There - ean'be baying until ste s adry
,anther sets in. brass in lieavy, and much of
Oars have had wet enough and not
~n ungli cold. Wheat shows a famous growth 4
•traw, and if it stands up will he a tine clop.
Potatoes are forward—those planted so Into as
20th of Afay Jow tihowing puto.l-- 1... d.,
Farmers need not despair of their
a:s crop, for if this growing weather continues
tali grass will not hurt if left standing until
le Dab. +;'
PERSONA L.—W/731nm B. Ckym 4, Esti ~
and family, took their departure Thursday, I:3th
not, for New York, from which point they sailed
for Eumpe the following Thursday. They
contemplate a two years' residence in the old
world, for health and for educational purposes.
We learn that Mr. Clymer has disposed o f hi:
b,autiful home in Wellsbore to II:. C. Simpson,
1:,,i, long chief clerk in the Bingham Estate
Land Office, rind now, we believe, the chief Man
.iger of the business - of the Estate. Mr. Clymer
has resided in Wellsboro upward of twenty years,
faring which period lie-has been fully identified
sat the material and social progress of the
rhage. llis contributions to progressiye enter
r.ses have been libe al and well judged. The
:.niortanate poor/h . ever applied to II Mr. or, Mrs.
artier for relief and departed empty-handed.
.l , literal ftiends of religious and • charitable
caerprises they will be missed, and all the more
m.the reason that their gifts have been limos
notations, and without hope or expectation or
imieral recognition. May they have a pleasant
'', agn, a profitable tour, and a safe return.
IPROVEMENTS.—Messn 4 . Wm. Bache,
bald English, John I Mitchell, nod Geo. C.
ql,lOl Poarl-st., bavo vut ,10011 sithshintial
.ralk.t in front of their pretniFes during, the
\\VC k Witlt the exception Of two 100 the
tr part of Pearl is now well provided tlr the
,iott and the safety of foot lastengei .
he has• Mho Inift a new walk from Main to
1 11, and trimmed up hitt shade trl:E“ 4 ill 11
he Messrs. Sears, of the Foundry, hnve at.
an °Moe to their premises,' the u•lLieb
Toil., A, Barker and f', IVI leox, nre
omg, their rlott•ltuuse3 another story in the
and pr )v; now aptitto t oets for Mill or
lit Ba; I.look i, peogrc a riNt
ta'ia will permit of. It will
Hain- , t., aprearailvo
li I , Van liorn i g::ing ahead
“tt Walnut t. 3111. lt,leher',
Iv vow plett`ii
(las..slP.-----`lltere may he, ay- t-zttlontot
with im much tmetiuu, "mithint; iu•w umh
L; ; " yet,. theie i toueli that i ru islratige
t. In , lts theme of IL perlictilill ‘runarr. We
l one questiiin. and olie-! nobody ever
it : end Ire Lure been inquired of, and
' bete could otistrer the iutluitt. The
is • "Vi hr till .i boy oh.. Istioo- 3.'11
I" 'I" Lnn good r(.ieet tour eou u.cl. nrol
'• e Lin, It flit- 00111,41 fd i11...11 II • 1Z11,.%%,
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Ow],toil-ill 441 Iittlii:111 PM/
11111 c! to 111Ellir 'ICI t
Wo• I ire ,11-1...,0,1 I lit , )4_:1: 2 011 to
IMll l. [l l ll ll l l. cnu , lnrfmap In' 1,..y ob.-op
rile Lit I.y
nnty recognize an wyl'in 'lie
is Wil() pat , forth a haw( to re , otte two ftt , in
y•tripinion ; for evil to such a I,
1, gOOl, 1111:1 ;40(.1, l. vii. Yrri Ils.l . :,111 ' ,!li
4, • •Ut 1110 German doctrine, orek..ti% i 11fr...1,, , ,
'a a , ! ,, Ni•TA color W*11141,111 . 11'1 troth,. 1,:. . i',s, It :i
nay a r map it , ellooq Crowd rzr,tl 1, Arra hi ,
, fl•nitius. Ile will pick up his coin anions lty an
it , •nnet truer than reason, Intl subtler than
2 ' , )thing'tangible or visible. 'tit a natural thief
:l-I, ato , eti where thorn are fifty ll ' lte ''' t I " e ' n
5,,, i ehe thief, and the thieves will get to:fel her
It than thirty minutes. livery quality (1
mini and Foul has its peculiar magnetism. "We
'L not gather grapes of thorns or tigr of thistles."
Ica to not expect truth from a 60nSt ittalonal
' , ft mercy from a tiger, or eleanling l s from pitch .
littrefnre do not cypeet anybody, whose moral
tatur e has been dwarfed by his ancekry and
t '-elected by his guardians, to cleat to follow the
counsel of men who would make a man of him.
at dont not want to be a man. Ile wants to be
a rowdy. 111,1 does not want to wollh'; 116 prefers
swindling, or stealing. lie does not like ,to as
sociate with virtuous women but natorAy'enough
follows in the train of those of , loubtful repute.
This may not be pleasant to parents who have
bad boys ; no matter; medicine is never p/eas:
nnt to take. If a boy shows an inclination
hellward, don't put it all upon him,' There's re
sponsibility reaching back of his father's and
mother's birthdays, possibly far enough back to
cover that awful visitation upon the children of
the fourth generation!
—There rtro relies end relies—to 1100 0 fash
ionable sting formula; but the following relics,
handed to us by Col. Riugry, will beef interest to
hundreds of our renders, as the originals should
be priceless to the grandchildren of the pen
"By His Excollency
George Washington, Esq;
Chnlelal and Commtinder-in:chicf Of the' Forces
of the United States of America.
"These are to certify that the Bearer hereof,
Peter Shumway. Soldier in the fourth Mass.
Regiment having faithfully served the Unittql
States six years and three months, and being
iniisted for the War only, is hereby discharged
from the American Army. Given nt Head-quer
fers. G. WASHINGTON."
'..13y his Excellency's Command
"P. Tnumnor,t Jn. Sec'y."
"Registered in the Books of the Regiment,
"Jong Davrs, Adjutant."
"The above Peter Slinniwrty, Soldier, has been
honored with the BADGE OP Mnnur for six Years
lirxnr T JACKSON, Colonel."
.91r.An-QuAnrEps, Juno oth .1753.
"The within Certificate shall not .avail the
Dearer as a discharge, until the Ratification of
the definitive Treaty of Peace; previhns to which
Time, and until Proclamation thereof shall be
made, le is to ho considered as being en fur
lough. GEORGE WASHINGTON."
Tim first signature above is in Washington's
handwriting. This autograph ought to-have no
money value to the family; but it would sell for,
a pretty price in market. Accompanying these
papers is a "Continental promise to pay sft to
bearer, and a Massachusetts shinplaster for 'sB.
The descendants should frame the discharge and
preserve the samples of Continental cash. Those
old relics of "the times that tried men's souls"
arc scarce and priceless. The pension papers
are signed by Calhoun.
CHATHAM LOCAL.—Our people cel
ebrated the 3d with the usual combustion of
gunpowder, rind some horse cueing.
Presiding Elder Cochran met with tho Quar
terly, Conf e ren c e of tile Chatham Charge, :id nun
4th insts. Elder U. A. Pope, Freewill Baptist,
deferred his engagement iind joined in the
meeting. The exercises were interesting. 1 was
glad tip Fee the name of Mr. 1,. 11. Elliott in your
l e ansfield local, as ho ilt3 my old school teacher.
LIIIEILPY LocAL.—The 9:;t1 anniver
rary 01' American Indiiiendenee, was not celebra
ted by the citizens of Liberfy--township on the
fith inst., whieli was a very unuSiirit, occurrence
for the pat( hit ic people of liberty, however the
must of' the y 0111 1 ,4 people ((Tined nut, am! en
jo)cd if A. :1. holiday. The business pliers in
our village were thronged with customers, and it
Miele it a v,i-s profitable day for the merchants
and tradesmin. The best ()Pall was, no alcoholic
drinks were dealt out On that day, by the Hotel
keepers of our place, which was the means of
maintaining good order throughout tlid day. - 11
is believed by all low rs of good order, that the
judges at the last court did a grand thing for (lur
place, in nut granting liemthes to the landlords to
deal out their intoxicating beverages without re
ierve to drunkards rind buys.
i could ate to the lovers of church extension,
that thit Melloidiid • Episcopal Church that has
been under the coutec of erection for the past two
yrars, is now about eeei ing finishing strokes
of the mechanic The building males a very Im
posing appearance, and is a great improvemm4
to our village. It iv a tram , : structure x 51)
lett. with a liarement nni no audience
room above 3 fret, and Ili feet in height.—
Ths height M . the building including the spire, 18
: 1 0 feet nom the ground The Imilditig is painted
a brown shine eolor, :ml in the Gothic idylc ut
lai;ehitekturc. , liiherty cat* now boast of having a
i•hop. A firm from Williamsport have es
t:WU-heti themt , elves in the tin business. Mr. J.
W. I. hills, ut Nauvoti, has bought out Mr.
I Mos, s N u man, and minsiquently there will be
14111:illeSs amigo, Colt Itt:SPON D rx-r.
• Tloo,‘ LocAL.—(ll.lr usually quiet ,
lit t vilhige is in tlie scene of life and amusement
thetle day-. Fast horses driven by fast men may
111; vt.,lx It
rit!:, 3 that aStOnishes the natVes. The nights aro
spent in festivities , and religious hops, while
letters of invitation are scnt post haste through
the cummunity for the next rc-union of friends.
The "inari4es" stand'uwestruck and amazed at
such dazzling displays.'
The childn n of the Presbyterian Sunday School
enjoyed aph asant picnic en Thutsday, though
the, rain kept them from the grove.' •
A very pleasant ice-cream festival was given
by the ladies ••in open air" at the residence of
T. L. Baldwin, on Saturday last. The object
was to :tad to the funds of St. Andreas "Chapel,
'Rev. Mn. Chinch, Episcopal clergyman, frtim
Philadelphia, eecupied the Methodist pulpit
Saturday morning awl evening.
Master Eddie Baldwin was violently thrown
from a horse last 'week, but fortunately he es
s ped the horses heels and came to the ground
with slight injuries. Ile was riding to rake hay
for Mr. Gnern , cy. -
Bank tt's ostler, "Bete,r colored, enjoyed
ride to the county seat, on Sunday, there to be
held in "durance vile" on a charge of theft.
The cornet hand gave all a musical treat on
Thursday night, and delivmed the satne at the
door of es ery citizen "free of c .hnrge! ,
notice the business firms of Tioga and Mans
field nicely set forth in a new "business directory."
Mr. E. T. Millis canvassed parts of the county
smile ainiksl'sinett for 0119 purpose.
Van Q: tin Place, grocers, have as usual a.
fresh'quantity of groceries on hand. They keep
everything in that line that the patronage of the
people will griPt aritee.
Our town is6ilivened by the presence of many
city cousin., mild friends, who evidently seek our
inre'air"nuil wboleseme diet during the "heated
Tioga Co. Medical Society
Thn 'no w t Co. , .Medical Society h o ld Its 101 b
Annual session at Tioga
Drs. James Masten, and E. It. Perkins, wero
eleoUsl members and ret'ch'ed the obligation.
Dr. 1 4 .1nith oGrefl (lin following resolution •
That members or the society may attend, grat
uitously, such mini:+ters and their litinilioFs aF
ha.% o latcd charge, and are dependent on their
salary for support ; but in no easn shall they do
where mini:3lor; have means of living nnolae
of owir lor,.re: , ,ion or in any way tomutolumeo
vo , olutiott way warmly Ali , oit , sed anti
tabled for the nett session.
Tlie clinic hour Ara:, taken up I,y the reports
one of Itydrocul- ono of ilydrol.unitocole
Nli•ce-s elilantese, one o dine hypertrophy
and a diBousBion. 11111,11 (ho ru of yworit,
I"ieid, 3111 a ariseMinim+ Se nip rrirt
The onieers eleMe a 1 . .. r tho ellSlllll4 year nre
d'rr—idont Ilacou, Vice Preqiden
--R. IL Recordinc; M
I,oop, Ne.son : Corresponding S00)—II. A. Phil
hp' , • Fno Ti casurci IL Horde'
'I toga; ( . v11801.51 lire. Wobb, Parker, and Loop.
Dr. Perkins was appointed to read an essay at
Ow next , e , sion. Dr. Phillips continued
olafor tin the evening session.
No repol Is froni Hie Stato Soeiety -- our dean,.
rates NV ehl. loot 1111'111.1011 not having v011111(4
It the 111 , 0 . 111 g ot that at Erie. Ad
,itoltned ttwet al Decoht Dee 1,511 t ISeitl,
11. ItACON, M. D. SeeS•
P2'imvi 'Chi., 4 3 N client Niagll n i•lno
ii. s tv Wink, hF nearly it, one Aingazino eon, all
ihal a I oiy emits of one , as nn wisi,tant in her
" l " 1 in her care o 1 twr 1 m il,iion. Every
nnn I nrnunnnnnt own ploio nod per i o •t WM,
-I ”•wia - 11 1 0 amount ol labor bestowed
n i o.n tl.e nhole. Tine 4• I.:law,' cut)) " elone .
ini.nnne n•n•nsilnin and inroinwaion
oil ilii in 4"I 11,.) pnt tog , ..ther.
.noinfin: ith a vein nun.
ree,‘.f/ . .inn / ;en i one or the most
ptiblicidions; there is a
11(1'11114n: to it tha t :ati,lies even the desire of
children for novelty. Halt the good things to
lie kound in otlicr children's hate
hoe'rl c,l.rioin thk whirl seems inaxhanst
ihte'ir, it • Zllg'gt.': t Ono of it • very first fea
ture. is [he itatn,st it children, Ly
nu thetalto appear ue eurro•pondelits iii its
e.Ation,•. It is trill worth the small twin asked
foe it, ',";l,:,it per diumtii, with pretuiuw. Publitib
cd :it ;;;...
al . ), • 11•
acentr of ILtrrPel ' s
1 0 1 kip t , for July:
Eniy A rori.iotte , ; Vorilor Ectotinisconses;
Mal,itig 11 atchec I , y Aliothitiery ; Thu Birds of
l'.ll adise , A eight :It Seat; Wants and Dwarfs;
Claw oo (Le ILI tile. ; A Street Arch; A
P ' ra " 1 ••" 1 .5 ; The Doi cr . :" Interdict; Notes for
Ti aNr hi Europe; Nly , Enetoy's Daughter;
Ili:A:lug it, i‘l . l:-.1:-; The ISulkutc.hole po q uet;
Squire z . tutfoll;' ,, Stilt , rript,:tni: .Motler and Child;
Kis.) Chair ; Drawer, c. Harper ,L• Brothels,
New York. - .
UoirtrBc.—Tlie "Chic.ig,oan," started over
a yelr since by 11. N. F. Lewis, as a literary
wceiiiy, and which-has distingithhed itself for
same months past by its dißaissions of social
questions, is to be enlarged and tbo name chang
ed to the Universe.' The ‘Ohieago Sorobite and
AdVanno Guard' Won Pui'elcuiSedle
bo tnorge3l,therein. , Hon.. Robert Do o Owen,
Epee Sargeant, Oorbtn, ,totinio N aze ,
and others aro engaged as regular writers. The
terms of the Universe' aro $2,50 per year, or
three months on trial for 50 cents. Try it three
months, emend ton cents, for a specimen copy.•
Address the Publisher H. N. P. Lewis, Chicago.
EVES—CONNELLY.—In Covington, , July,
12, by Rev. O. P. Watrous; Mr. William J. Ev
ans, and Miss Aridnn Connelly, both of Coving
BECKWITH:L-I'n West Covington, July 14,
Locna, infant daughter of Levi and Mary Beck
with, aged 1 year 4 mo. 2 days.
Another Cherub in Heaven, t
One less on Earth. . . , .
PEAKE.—Drowned in Charleston, July 14,
Oscar 5.; son of George ;'W.: mid Paulina A.
Peak(); aged'2 'yrs. (i'mos. 14 dys.
He's gone to grace a handsome land,
For of such the Kingdom is;
He too bath joined a little band
That Jesus claims as his
lIAMMOND.—In Charleston, Jul; 1, Calvin,
youngest son of Noah and Elizabeth• Hammond,
aged 10 years.
grovel 3131.1. ed.'s. c• esi si .
Spencer's Art Oafiery is the pine°, to got por
traits made sfter the . true Rembrandt style.—
They are truly beautiful.
Mant-field. June 2, 1.30.
rI HOWE, Jr., first - Premium Sowing Ma
-1 4 •
chine for sae in Wollsboro,
Oct. 28,:1865-2t. A. 'FOLEY.
SCHOOL BOOKS.—The Sanders. Union Scrim
The people of the township cif_ Delmar ariS
hereby notified that the School Diroktors, of that
township have by resolution adoptdd—
The Sanders Union
.Series n i f Readers and
Tho Robinson series of Arithropties.
At very loin introductory terms. "The. First
Reader to be exchanged oven for` Osgood's or the
old Sander's First Reader. '
The other books, furnishcd,''at low exchange
rates, with or mithout the old books. Those
terms can ho learned of any the teachers or
school directors of the township, or by inAniring
at the hook Store of Ilu,ghYoung SG Co., Wellsboro.
People desiring to avail thqmselves of these liberal
offers can do so for ninety', days from thii daft),
that is, until Aug. 20, 180,
Teachers in the severactlistriets of Delmar aro
requested to send or 'give their names at the
Book Store of Munn Yotnia Co.-1301.,
xf —0 ,
.rte zitazififi H A LL.'S
, - ,- - 70 , , • ,-,..-, VEGETABLE' SIGIL.AI4I.
- . ..2L:- HAIR
~.. r_ ~
f„...,,„.„.,...,, .—Lxz'NEW2 7 .I?:.
Is tho bost''arlielo known to prosorvo the • hair.
It will positively restore
GRAY ;HAIR, TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR,
.4ND PROMOTE ITS GROWTH . .
It ili' entirely new scientific discovery, combin
ing umny of the most powerful and restorative
agents in the vogets,blo 'kingdom.
/t makes the „Mir smoolh a nd y1,,,v, mid
do,, )16t stain the 8/, ill !
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED
BY THE FIRST MEDICAL AUTHOR
It, P. HALL . CO., NaThuit, N. H. Proprietors.
For sale by all Druggists. [July 21, I $ 60.
Tilt` Advertiscr,hntiugbeen restored to health in a
ford wecL - s , lty a viay simple remedy, after having saV
fer..! , d several years Hitt n severe lung affection, anti
that dread dkeaso,Conimmption—la anxious to mike
known to Lin fellow-sulferepi the meatis of cure. •
're all nho desire it, lie will sign] n copy of the pro
3C) billion tried (r, ee al:II:kr:400 with the directione for
pt•eparing and using the enuiu , which they windily] a
nun: Cunt: comm OuNSUMPTIO:I, AST/ITIA, 131LONCIIITIN etc.
'the Obi Vet of the advertiser in tit:tiding the Proscrip
tion is to benefit the aill toted, and spread information
which lie conceives to Ile incitfua tile; and lie hopes
every sufferer ri ill try him remedy, asit.sylll_coet them
""AilliTfaVilsA9ii i l . Pl,Piraiihi, will please nddreas
iIvir.Y.DWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kinds County, N. Y.
flay 20, 18(10-1y. •
ERRORS OF YOUTH,
A IiENTGEMAN %rho auffened 'for years from Nor•
roue Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of
youthful indlacretion, will, for the sake of suffering ho
umnity, send Iree to all wlm need it, the receipt and
direct fons tor malting, the eimple remedy by which ho
way cured. Sufferers whiffing to profit by the miter
tiffeea experience, can do HO by addresQing in perfect
confidence, JOUN B. OGDEN.
May 26,'60-Iy. No. d 2 Cedar Street, New York.
THE undqrsignod offers his House and Lot for,
sale, (containing 5 or 6 acres of land) situated
on the Stpto Road, about ten minutes walk from
the Court House, The houso contains 7 rooms,
and is well furnished ; orchard, barn,&c., on
the place. It. „TE IN S
. 11'ollsboro, July 21, 1569.
ST qAYED, from the yard of tho subscriber
in Wellsboro, Thursday or Friday of last
week, a Light Red Cow, 4 years old, medium
size, short horns. The finder will be - liberally
paid for all trouble and expense on delivering
bar to me. J. B. mum.
: Wellsbo'ro, July 21, ISfl9.
THE Dental Copartnership heretofore existing
between the subscribers was dissolved by
mutual consent July 17, 1869: Tho business
of DENTISTRY will be carried on by 0. N.
DAItTT, over Roberts & Bailey's Hardware
July 21, 141;9-2w
Will sell at private salo the Richard Phillips
farm, in West acid Borough, oontainlog 95
acres, with 'frame' house, frame barn, wagon
house, and an apple orchard of 70 trees thereon.
Westfield, July 21, 11459-3 t. Fxr.
T I N
OR SALE—A lot of euttor timber,roady for
will lie) Hold cheap. Call on
HALL k MARCH,
3tl 1 y '2. I , 1 St;tl —3 su
m u t', SCHOOL DIRECTORS of Wellsboro,
wilt receive applications to teach the Village
Scheel till Aug. 1, 1869. fine male, and two
!emelt) teachers required. Term to commence
Sept. 1, 1869.
Propegalg mugt embrace price charged, and be
accompanied by Certificate and it Matelot:tit of
experience in teaching.
By order of the Board of Directors.
3NO. L fTelf FILL,
tily 21, 18119
Win 1:3(141 , , ) In Common Pleaq of N
12S Fob. Tel in 1869. Forplgn _A
Itnihor. tacllmon t.
POTTER Cot,NTI $ :
Commonweallf) of j'anialsiTanfl. To
s• 1110 F4teriff of F.+id Colinty ()rooting :
• NV e command you 'that you attach Choi
, lota 01 }our ballwicli, Yeoman, by
all and Angular Ids •geode and chattels, lands And
gum and (leditx, in whose hawk or poPSePSIOI/
eg,eN er the hank.) nmy In, to/1111d no that ha It an d appt i n ,
idol 0 VIII itt a Court ot Cont.
won Plea, thew to La held thel rah day of February,
A. 11.1 SAM. there to :twitter Hail de of a plea of
debt, datnae,eu fillet.ll (1141139411 d 4i01111.1.3 , 1111 d Obit), that
'you 101111oan to be and appoar before
Our nahl tun 1 at game time and place, to misty el'
bit Ire, oljt (led awl ilist hint Mid abide Cho jt"lf,'"
olm t of them Cott t ttioein, and have. you then and
them tide uric.
, the lion. Itohert White, President Judgo
ni our Court. at Coudetsport tide 10th day of robruary
A. I). ISGO, 11. J.ol3nrrrn, Prot lionotat y.
ll Eli] rr'et Qjlrzett
Coll.lor3port, Pa., Felt, 10th
I het ehy h,it the aboYe a 11110 uje) 01 OW
'4lll Wlif lion itt tny hand.
11. 'l'. It EYNOI.Drt,
- UNION ACADEMY:,
KNOXVILLE. trroaA COUNTY, PENN'A
C. C. IVARD. P 1 ini i
A.l:t ilincruN, l'roaTirese
ies Ellllll:9l%lVlLZTA';'rttichty of Lfusie
Ellll Term 3, ill Commeneci Ingnst 31. Tim Winter
Term November pu. The :wing Term Marcia. Each
Tc m to continni, I.`l. weeke.
' " aXPENSES l'Elt TERN.
Tuition, including rent null wood, Fall Term...... 311,50.
“ " Winter Term.. 13,60.
~ Spring Term... 12,60.
Day Students . 7,00.
Instrumontathlusic. (Nano, Organ or Molodeon).. 10,00.
Vocal Music 2,00.
Use of Instruments 2,00.
Drawing and Pending 3,00.
Board per week r 0,00.
July 21, 1809-tfi . ,
: ' Ili* ''' Woolen . 1‘ . 1.14.1 1
subseribeis will pay Oath, Full-Clotb,
Cassimeres, Flannels, &0., &0., for Wool.—
They also manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SHARES,
to suit customers. All work warranted as rep
rehented. , They invite particular' attention to
E. A. R
which aro warrantedln every respect. Partion
lot attention given to
INGHAM'S largo 'stock of Ciuraimeres, Ice., 25
per cent less than any competitors, and warrant.
ed as represented.
/NGITAMS mlnufacture to order, and do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and Cloth Dimming, and
and givo morn for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your
selves. • I
INOIIIAMS w totasalo and retail at Cl° Cow
anoscitio Mills, 2 utiles below Rnoxville.
Our Cloths an warranted, and sold by tho
100,000 Pounds of Woo
, • t
WI3 I have Just• rec'etted a' large stook of
-Goods suitahlo for the Spring trade, to
which we dosiro to call the attention of the peo
ple of Tioga County, In
C. N. DARTT,
It. W. BODINE
their Water Proof
ROLL - CARDING
INIIHAMS have aB gocitl an assortment o
Full (Moths, Cassimeres, &c,,
DF:LANO,ct CO,..Wollsboro, Pa.
T. L. BALDWIN .3c CO„ Tioga, Pa
J. C. BENNETT, Covington, Pa.
JOSEPH . INGHAM & SONS
Deerfield, Juno 30, 1860—tf.
rtrxi'vvr ' f•viErspirrfaira 4:lama% stacl
CORNING-. N. Y.
?ANOY DRESS GOODS, POPLINS
SILKS, &HAWS, COTTON AND
for men and boys' wear
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Carpetg, , &c.,
wo have a full assortment on inspection of Goods
and prices that will satisfy the closest buyers
that 618 is the place to make their purchases. In
we have everything needed to make a complete
GROCERIES' AND PROVISIONS
We have also just rocoived a lnrgo lot of
direct from the Importers, of entirely now i)at
torn, Tory neat, and cheaper than ever offered in
this market before.
Do not foil to look through our stook before
Coralug, MEd 22, /8601.-4.
S PRINCE SACKS and SA D O E K L I A N N G 6 it
April 14, 1869
0 11 AV X3...132.g0s
the place to got your PHOTOGRAPHS. Now
and Rustle Scenery. Tho now Cabinet size made
in any position. apr. 14, 1869.
A- LARGE Stock of. Spring Clothing at'
DE LANO CO.
Largest Stock 'of Frames
In Tioga County fortEalo at tko lo . woot pricoo, at
j CLAY KIN&S
April 14, 18133.
.1 Art Gpory.
A. B. IEASTIIIAdV,
No. 13, MAiN STREET,
A t e1 : 0 4414 . WELLSBORO, PA.
For Sale, Cheap.
A STEAM Engino it Boiler, and all the gear
ing for an up and down Saw.
JOHN B. BOWEN.
Wolisl;oro, Juno 23, 1869.—tf.-•
AT the I'EOPLi S 9 STORE
"4want,tho boat AMERICAN PRINTS in
. nutaicet for 12a cents per yard, and other
Goods in proportion. If you want inny
by the yard or made to order in the most op
proved style. If you want any
call where your can find 70 rolls to select from.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC GOODS
where prices are uniform and low, where honesty
and fair dealing is the motto; and if you want
25 per cent less than you can buy elsewhere,
call on the agents of the
NEWELL it OWEN
April 14, 1869
NEW SPRING GOODS
C9RNING N. Y.
Dross Goods or Shawls.
If you want any
ClOths or Cassimeres,
Cairi F ets,
In short, if you want anything in
ai ♦A.. lActrAak irsrinats r" "
HEAT U. S. TEA COMPANY
and bo convinced,
Come and soo for yourselves. Store directly
opposite the Dickinson House. s ;
SMITH & WAITE
Corning, Iltaroh 31, 1889
Wilson & Van Vallrenburg's
No.. 2 Union Block. is
tho place whoro tho crowd go to find
THE NEW SPRING STYLES
POPLINS, GRENADINES, LAWNS
ORGANDIES, PIQUES, CIIINTZS,
DELAINES & PRINTS, ALL STYLES
FACTORY'S, SIIEETINOS, - BLEACH
ED AND UNBLEACIIED MUSLINS.
hOOP SKIRTS, ,
of ovary description, DRESS TRIMMINGS and
BUTTONS of all kinds; also the largest and
°lmpost nssortmont of
READY MADE CLOTIIING
over brought into Tioga County. Romombor
the place, and call before purchasing.
ye have selected our stook with great oaro
and notify gentlemen that in
LIGHT CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, LIN
ENS, FARMERS' SATINS, GAI-,
TERS, & SUMMER WEAR
of every description we can't be beat
Thankful for past patronage, and by strict at
tention to business we hope to share a ountinu
anco of the same.
WILSON dc VAN VALKENBITRO
Vropsboro,May 19, 1869—tf
HAVING purchased the wool carding works
of Mott its Whitney, the subscribers are
now prepared to card wool into rolls promptly
and in the best manner, Persons coming from
a distance, and wishing to carry their rolls home
with them the
,same day will be accommodated.
Thbreharge for carding is based upoi:( the weight
of the roils, and not upon that of the crude
Satisfaction guaranteed. Wo have a first-class
machine and plenty of power to drive it.
July 21, 1889-4ta. MOOR& & BACON*
How doth the little bUsy bee
Improve each Shining hour 2
Where buy his Sugar, Coffee, Tea,
- His Pork, Ham" 3, Fish, and Flour ?
The busy bee improves his lino,
And saves his cash also,
At Mothers's, whose goods are prime
Besides dog cheap,' you know.
I snot my strong point or best hold; but I have
as duty to discharge in the way of providing my
fellow creatures with all of the necessaries and
many of the luxuries of life; therefore, I am
hound to proclaim that in my line of trade I in
tend that the travel in crnd out of the
during the season, shall load the great, intelli
gent, liberal, and discriminating public to liken
of ye gentle and tuneful bees in flowery Juno.
I have made a new deal, and shall hereafter
keep a full stock'of such Dry Goods as
as varied in, assortment, and as high in grade
of quality as you will find anywhere this side of
the Celestial Kingdom. In the line of wet
goods I regard with pride my stock of
Molasses & Syrups
which, liko- otbor, and less substantial sweets of
this ohequored life, aro vanishing adown jugs
and ItOge ; though I have a steady supply from
the City, and defy the ovor•aohing sweet tooth
of the public. Among other wet goods I hove
as well as
AND FISH - HOOKS AND LINES,
Together with all and singular the various
COCOA, CHOCOLATE, & BROMA
And listen, ye barefooted ! 1 bavo a largo et
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES,
And I want to exchange everything in my lino
fur Greenbacks and
MARKETABLE PRODUCE AT CASH
Call and Fee , me. If you call for
llavon't on band, assure you. that it's at
Troga, and expected every minute.
We!labor°, May 5, '69. W. T. AIATIHERS
T. L. BALDWIN Er. 00'S
and see a nico stock of Goods for tho
Spring & Summer Trade
Ikznat mama (0001tt
—nll styles, colors and patternsi
ALPACAS, POPLINS, CAMBRICKS,
FRENCH JACONETS, ORGANDIES,
PEQUAS, YERSAILES, BLACK
BEAUTIFUL SUMMER SHAWLS
and a largo assortment to select from.
CLOAKS .READY,—MADE, AND CLOTH
TO MAKE MORE, ALL KINDS OF
LININGS, FRINGES, TASSELS
&c., TO TRIM DRESSES
• OR SACQUES.
l ur stock of—
can't be boat. It hoops up with everything the
Yankees have thought of so far.
MOP SKIRTS, BALMORAL SKIRTS
_ CORSETS, &C,
00 numerous to mention; but will say that you
rill seldom find so !alio nn assortment to select
from in a country store, and clear down to the
We also keep a largo assortment of
in suits, and parts of suits. Should wo fail to
suit yOu with roady-mado, wo havo CasOlinero,
A TAILOR TO CUT AND FIT
Boots and Shoes,
all styles anti sizes.
HATS AND CAPS, STRAW GOODS
AND GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, A COMPLETE LINE OF
CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE, .
HARD WARE, SHELF HARD
WARE, NAILS, IRON,
Locks, Latches, Carpenters' Tools.
A GENERAL STOCK OF
Fresh. TEAS aro lower than at any time since
the war. Did not go to Cuba to buy sugar, and
so have some dump. 11e are agents for the
E. HOWE SEWING MACHINE
Farnjors, if you want tools to work with drop in
SALT, LIME, PLASTER, PORK, FLOU
Lime, Cayuga Plaster, &c.
Butter tube, Pails. Firkins, mad Ashton Salt to
flavor with. All kinds of Maim Produce want
ed. Prices can't be beat.
T II A ,N K S
T.'l,, BALDWIN ft CO
T 1 91 1 5 1 Pa., May 5,1809.
SELLING OFF AT COST
,Tl'9 WILIZII4 6 4,113 LI CO.
Will so S II from this dato thoir ontiro stook of
Perfumery, Notions, Dyed
I ,[ 1 kull%, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Glass, Putty,
Alcohol, TurpeiWne, Kerosene Oil,
Toba4o, Cigars, ,
Positively no Humbug.
Ilaboro, March 3, 1869
Fresh Goods Received Weekly.
moan 41M5 ZE.0140
Cou►verse & Osgood
keep constantly on hand a large stock of genera
GOODS AS REPRESENTED: NOT
ian * .6, 1883.-Iy. CONVERSE si, OSOOOD
The undersigned would respectfully inform
ho citizens or Tioga and _vicinity that ho has
mit opened a
establishment in Borden'ff — Drug Store, and is
ptcpared to executo gitiers• in his lino of
business With despatch and in tho hest of map-
Tioga, Feb. 2-I, 1869.-tf.
THE GRAND PRIZE
InS9I,3pLC?;•V I CZOi s teS 3
OGANS AND MELODEONS,
oit ,ato by I. I!017. Haines Brothers
_LI Pianos, Chichorings, Stbinways, and Steak's.
Hinterinister's Organs and Melodeons, rind Ma
son .b Hamlin's Organ. These are all first-class
Instruments, Having the experience of many
years in Musical Instruments, and tuning the
same, I can offer greater inducements to custo
mers of Tioga County than any other dealer in
Northern Pa. }lvory instrument is warranted
for tiro yenre. For fail particulars Pea Illustrat
ad Catalogue. I. O. HOYT.
Mansfield, Pa., March 3, l889—1;'
lAM AGENT for Einney4iCo., celebrated
platform Spririg Wagorut' i , all styles, also
fur their light Carriages and Buggy Wagons,
all'utade in good std le, and frhm Jersey timber,
arid warranted io every respect, equal to any
made. can furnish any or the above at the
lowest Alanufacturcrs price's. L. C. BENNET.
Woll,t!cro, May 5, 1869—tr,
State Street Lots.
ACONE having laid oil his land oh
Stilt° titroot into town lots now offers
them For salo on reasonable terms.
Wollsboro, April 28,18i1i1.
A FULL Stock of Groceries at old prices at
DE LANO k 00.
Fixtures, 4r,e. ? &c., &c.,1
AT COST FOR CASH
P. R. 'WILLIAMS Ir. CO
Bats 'and Caps.
Bo it remezuberodi that
TO ,BE ,UNDERSOLD
a \ ‘ i''
"Watch and Jewelry
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
, I s. W IT. E
Paris Exposition Uniierselle
American Pianos Triumphant
OVER TALL THE WORLD.
Miss if. TODD, 'l4l3 e o l n is t i
Deo. 23, lblig.
To the Owners of Unpatented Lands..;
SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
- llannisnuno, PA., May P . , 1869.
IN obedibneo to an Act of Assembly, approved
tho eighth day of April, ono *thousand eight
hundred and sixty nitiooon are' hereby , notified
that the to County Land Lien Docket," contain
ing the, fist of unpatented lands ror Tioga Co., -
prepared under the Act of Assembly of the
twentieth of May, one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-four, and the supplement thereto, boo
this day been forwarded to the Prothonotary of
the county, at whose office it may bo examined.'
The lions can only bo liquidated by the payment
of the purchase money, interest and fees, and
receiving patents through this Department.—
Proceedings by the Attorney General have been
stayed for ono year from thirdate, in order that
parties may obtain their patents without addi
tional cost. JACOB M. CAMPBELL,.
k • C !`;:fi -. -
ITHA,,CA WIIEnt RAKE.
IHE undersigned, a practical farmer, is offa
ing this implement to the farming public
with perfect oonfidencV in its superiority to any
other rake in use. The teeth are oil-tempered
spring steel and fully vrarranted not to break
with lair usage. By an ingerhous arrangement
the loaded rake is easily diekharged by a loot
treadle and hand lever, and he pressure of the
teeth upon The ground oan bo esmotiy gauged
by the foot. Every tooth independevt of
every other, tooth, and the head being movable
the rake adepts itself to ever inequality of the
ground. It rakes clean, is r tslmple, strong and
lasting. To qitis to buy M.
I refer the public to the following persons who
have the rake in use:
- - - -
R. Toles, Chathem ; Chancy Ackley, Clymer;
E. H. Stebbins, Clymer ;, J. W. Davis, Brookflold;
Isaac Thotapson,kelsoy Envoy, Harrison Valley,
Potter County. '
_=F-Orders for this Rako may be addressed to
me at Westfield; Tioga Co, Pa.
Juno 9, 1869. ISAAC PLANK, Ag't.
,Valuable Property for Sale.
TN Roseville, in the center of the village.—
Said property consists of a line store house,,
admitted to be the best in Tioga County, 60ic30
feet, two stories •high; together with a fine as.
sortment of merchandizde, such as may be found
in a first-cluss County Store. This Is a splendid
stand for trade, and one of the best points for
butter trade in any county.
The subscriber contemplates going west, and
will give a fair bargain to the purchaser. Terms
easy. ELMER BACKER. June 9, 18139—tf.
WANTED--AGENTS For Prof Parsou's
Laws of Business.
With tull Directions and Forms for all Transactions to
everyStato, by Tin:M.IIIMS PARSONS, L. L. D., Professot
of Law in Harvard Uniyeraity. A New Book for Every
body. Explaining everyjdud of contract and legal ob
ligation, and showing how to draw and execute them.
The highest and beet authority in tito Land. Send for
our liberal terns: also for our patent DibloProspeotns.
Sent Fieo. PAR:Mk:LED .5.1 CO., Milo, Va.
Juno 1,1869-31 n.
T ETTERS of Administration having been
JU granted to the undersigned upon the es
tate of Lear&dor Culver, late of Elkland, deo'd,
all persons Indebted to; or claiming agairnit the
estate, must Bettie with!
R. T. WOOD,
CULVER, : Aclutr'a•
Elkland, Juno 18, 1860-6t..0
House and Lot for Sale,
Q n OUT II of Mansfield, Tioga Co., Pa., within
)„,) easy walking distance of the Churches,
State Normal School, ,tc. House in good older,
good size and convenient. Excellent well and
cistern water close to the door. Lot contains
about if acre, and has a number of choice fruit
trees, grape vines Av. A pleasant and desirable
home. Will bo sold at a low figure. Address or
inquire of .1. N. BIX.BY.
Mansfield, June 9, 1889—tf.
HARDWARE AND STOVESI,I
CONYERS &• OSGII
TXAVE on hand and aro constantly roc
overy article needed in this i region of country,
SHELF HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,''''
NAILS, MIDDLETOWN AND
ELMIRA SAWS, ROPE,
&TON - F.4`S,
Cooking, Self-Regulators and Coal
and the justly aelebratud,
AMERICAN COOK STOVE,
kTo pains will ho spared to moot tho wants of
CONNERS & OS 4 aOOD.
Wollsboro, Jan. 6, 1869, ly.
%IRE AMERICAN COOKING STOVE.—
I Having been so eminently successful at the
New York State raiis for the past six years,
having been brought in competition with all the
best stoves in the country, and having each and
every year taken tho first premium, and some
years two, and having gained a world-wide rep
utation, a record of which any ono may be bust
ly proud, we woOd now announce for the con
solation of those who have so signally end
repeatedly failed an competing with it, and have
been so sorely chagrined at their numerous and
repeated defeats, that this stove is not entered
only for exhibition, that its thousands of friends
and admirers may have the opportunity of ex
amining its various improvements.— Rochcater
Democrat, Sept. 29th.
PacKaue A. Co., Alhany, N. Y.
FOB SAI43 BY - ROBERTS d: BAILEY.
Wollsboro, Pa. [July 14, 1869.
100,0001118. WOOL WANTED
or which the highest price will be paid at the
Juno 16, 1869
- Administrator's Notice. : :. i
ZETTItS df administration having been
graMtod upon the estate of Jared Newell,
late of Union doo'd, all persons indebted to, or
claiming against said pstato will settle- with
1 Wm. N. NEWELL, I
Union, Juno 23, 1869. - - , Adm'r.
Wellsboro Wool-Cgrding Works.
sA. lIILTBOLD wishes to inform the Pub
. lie that he istroady to do all business in
his lino with promptness and in a workmanlike
manner; and also that, ho will keep cloth and
cash to exchange for Wool at his shop.
8. A. lIILTBOLIY.
Juno 2, 1269-6ir. •
HOUSE & LOT FOPS SALE-IN
Tiogo, located Deal' the centre of the,vil
lago. House in good order, and tho lot covered
with a variety of choice fruit trees. Fine barn
and good water. Worth $2,500, and will he sold
at a cheaper figure. !wire of • '
Tiogo, Juno 2,
OTlCE.—Person; having Lumber in mar
Mill yard, sawed a year or over, are hereby
notified to move the eain v.sc ithout delay.
WANTED — a little ply on saw bills tine.
TRUMAN: S BOWEN
_Fiii• k.' alc
AMasonMinna Cabinet Oogan. -Five
Octavo Single Reed, for cush or on time.—
Inquire of J. B. :.4taliespeare, over John R.
Bowen's Store. April 7, lsap—tf.
Executor s -Notice.
INE undortiigne,d, Cx:iNutols of John Neal,
Into of Liberty, lee'd, hereby give notice
that all persons inlet te4 to, or claiming against
tho ostato of said dt eektent, must settle with
them. DANIEL Is.;EAL, Exrs.
lIARTt ISON RUTTY.
A SPLENDID stuck of Kid Gloves only $l,OO
at DE LAND ctoo.
April 14, 1609.
TOLES it BARRER
S. M. OBER