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List of lurors.lkugust Tcrm. 1869
Blurs—Romatizo C. 13ailcy. • •
Brookfield—F. E. Gilkey, William Clark.
Chatham—A.ll. Rice. -
C l ymer—George Harvey.
Deerfield—Chester B. Hoyt.
Delmar—William R. Coles.
Jackson—George K. Miller, Hdnry Trowbridge,
Liberty—John G. Albeek, John Black.
Middlebury—Nathan T. West; Edwin A Keeler,
Rutland—A liaison Palmer.
Tioga—Charles F. Miller.
pesttleld- -Horatio N. Aldrich, James Champlin.
TRAVERSE Jtmons—lst WREN.
Bloss—Thomns J. 111111, Jain CS 11. uulick,
Daniel Mack, D. P. hurley, G. Reynolds. •
Chaiderton—Dexter Catlin, Diner Ingriek,
Hiram Brooks, Evan Lewis, A. 11. Avery, G. P.
Clymer—Georgo A. Roberts, William J. Beim.
Covington Boro—•Vietor Gray, Charles Videan.
Chnthatn—James A. Close. " •• •
Delmar—Leverett Blair, Frederick 1.3oo:••.
Fall Brook—Thomas Ferrer.
Liberty—George W. Hart. G,orgt• Kohler..
Itionstield—John A Hoiden, N. A. Uthott,
G a rdon Fuller.
Middlebury—Richard Bross u.
Nelson—Enoch Blackwell. '
Occola—Andrew K. Resat d, Henry C. Bosworth.
Itickwond—Erastu;+ \V. John Voor
lieeF, Orville Patehin.
Sopei, George Baker.
Sullivan—Nathan Pahuer, Ditr-wit,
N. A. Taylor, Lorenzo Howl.
Tioga—DiMd L. Aiken. If, If 6,lw.lrFeli, B. F.
Wellsboro—M. M. be Lano, sane Scare p. R.
Eloss—Lewis 13. Smith, heitben Holden.
Clymer—John SykeP, John Eldredge. .
Covinalon—Sy!rester Kelley, Orlando Ford.
Farmington—Geo. W. Forsythe, Rt.oben 11.
Fall Brook—James Heron.
(h rorth R. Marsh, William W. Tate.
f(Jilehson—ae , or:::e EVeret tF.
L: wrenre—Charles Davit.
Liberty—Gilar. it Mo irro. I. B. Werline, °co.
ltoot, David Brion.
lliddicbur --John litilin.rtun N. Dickinson.
[ D. A'ol.l.•r.
Tioga Baru-o;lunit. It. lair:ell. II •
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Tilollllll3 in, Charles
A DroTitos rot: 2d AVEkk.
Clymer- -Edwin 1/ 11ti, , ,,,1
Delinar K•.I by It :11.011(a! Ch tiles
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11ni.ut—.1:un.•, 1.. ‘V.I-111,uris.
We Afield - -A mbr,,,t,
Ot'.the politival atlairs In
l'ennsylvania the 'New York Coubioci•-•
f dee rtisrt
litrA nothing h, r,e,,onnend
hint Intl lei, knit: aeetailit. Ile
infirm, and pa:- , t CoV.
( ;(110', (lie 1:v1)111 , 1 . 1v:111 candidate, hit'
:;.ervefj the rontary as a statesman and
a soldper. Ile is energetic and progress
sire. I'lle iu Ilic ran vahs ill I'etin
sylwrinin will be th , 11:11•:,, age, and
heeility, apainA bruit, , patrioti:An„ and
.‘l, lowa - paper reports that as a loan
and his ‘t tie were at work in a field in
that State, their,ehiltl, a
near theta, was" hearth It> ery,
altll 11:-.1;etl ift• to go
and t,cc w 1,; , t in
tent upon her work, iklay: , tl rt few
utinote-, and Ili tl, In her, lonior, found
}ter elitld dead,' with a large ,tiake
coiled atoond it. The hustiand; in tile
frenzy el his anger and grief, , Irtick
his wife with a hue whiell he held in
hip hand, and Itilleil her inhtantlly.
It i t stated that Asa 'Packer intends
to devote one million of dollars, out of
the twenty he is repnted to own, to the
purposes of the political campaign in
Pennsylvania this fall. A million of
dollars will pay for a great many masss
meetings, With plenty of brass bands
and indefinite whisky. 11 the money
was divided up among deserving Dem
ocrats, there would be one hundred dol
lars each for teen thousand of them, or
ten dollars apiece for one hundred thou
sand: - a great thing for a party to
have-a rich candidate. Who wouldn't
he a'Packer man ?--Bucks Co:, Intelli
THE POOll MAN'S CANDIDATE.—The
Reading Times is ventilating Asa Pack
er's love (!) for the poor man. The
Times says that Mr. Packet amassed a
colossal fortune by grinding ;he faces
of the poor. Years ago be made heavy
contracts for boating coal to New York,
and got a kind at' monopoly of the bus
iness. lie ettriiied his oppre - i;sion of
boatmen so thr that they rebelled
against him, and resorted to a strike.—
Ho 'went to South Easton, where the
boatmen had congregated, to compel
them to continue in his tervico ; "hut
so:vioirmt was the feeling against him
that he was seized ,y the nice, thrown
into the - Lehigh, and would have bei‘n
drowned tint for a timely rescue. So
exasperated were thti men against Pitek
tr, that they drove the man who had
saved his life front tilt, ground with
stones !" A Airtime wrung out of the
sweat of other men does not. carry with
it any great merit, however ellective it
may he in buying Denim:ratio eonven
The Mauch Chaunk ficr.-effe says;
Thedistingflished geiftlemen nomina
ted• require no extended luOlnitient or
commendation. John W. Cleary, our
present Governor, and, if the Republi
cans of Pennsylvania do 'their duty,
ear next Covernor, is above lepluteh.
No journal, not even the most unscrup
lous of the opposition papers, has dared
hi asperse his private character, nor
utter a whisper of suspicion as to his
ollicial integrity. klis record as Cloy
ernor of this state for the past, three
years, aml as (;overtier of Kansas Ter
ritory during the border-rullian limes,
as welt as his colirso While Military
(lovernor of Savannah /hiring a part of
his brilliant military Pincer, are matters
of history, and we have yet hi learn
that his worst enemies havelfonnd any
thing in then' dishonorabl e or corrupt.
I n r egar d to Judge Williams, the
,Justiee ,of the Supreme
Court, the Democracy do not 110110 to
Hind a man who is either so auk., so .
pure, or so popular. Nobody opposed
his nomination either previous to the
Convention or in it. Of hint it may be
truly- said, that the (Alice seeks him,
not he the °nice ; and furthermore, Re
publicans everywhere are rejoicing that
a jurist of such eminent abilities, a
judge of such ripe experience, and a
man of such a pure and lofty character
was attainable as a candidate for this
most important office.
Beauttrul woman, It
.tott tratthl los beautiful
use Itagatin Magnnibt
It girt.o apnre ltlootuirtg Complexion ;tint tt.ttor_s
Youthlul liortity. •
Its eft,,t, ore gradtotl and pot feet.
It rottloreo itogino,l, blotches and l ' intpleo, cult(
Tan. SWll , lll'll lint Fro, k oil make: ' a
1.1 , 13 1. of
thirty appear but twent).
The Magnolia ltalin nt.d.rn the Skill
pearly ; the Rye bright and olo.tr ; lb. t . heel: 0018 .
ulth the Bloom of Youth, and anptrbt plump
appearance to the Contitoltalwe. Lad, h o r .
.tiain of her Compicllexion
tellt» n 11
[inn 118 rielidittnlarto
The bop. thing to trros, tin. llrir tttth to I.)on's
A. White, of Craftbury, l'ermont,
while recently cutting a hemloelt tree,
found embedded in it a four oune e h„t_
tle of French glass. The tree WM nearly
all sound, and the bottle must have
been there nearly half a century.,
,1 3 .E1NN113..
WEDNESDAY, AUG. - 4, 1869
, Repottlican Nominations.
• - -FOR GO VERNOR-
G-EN• JOHN W• GEARY,
OP COMBEIILAND COITIVIY
-FOR JUDGE OF THE BUFREMR COURT
HON. H. W. WILLIAMS,
OP ALLEOILENT COIThiTT
1 B. B. STRANG,
Assembly. I ) J. D. NILES.
( (subject to chore° of Conference.)
Prothonotary—Low)) . TABOR, of Charleston.
Register, de.—D. L. DEANE, of Delmar.
Treasurer—DAVlD CAMERON, of Tioga.
Coiumissionor—P. V. VANNEss, of Rutland.
• ' 3 trp—ISRAPI. STONE, Dolmas.
Auditors 2 y la—S. D. Pnruars, Westfield.
1 year —D. K. MAnsn. Gaines.
Coroner—Dr. A. J. IlEtiair., Ocoola. •
The Campaign ligitator.
We will furnish the Agitator from
August 4 to October 15 for 25 cents a
copy. Our friends in the several elec
tion districts can now make up their
clubs and forward at once, so that we
May make preparation to fill their or
H. T. ArcrEs, Esq., of Mainsburg has
gone to. Williamsport to practice law.
He may be found in Judge Maynard's
office. Mr. Ames is a thoroughly edu
cated young man, of fine talents, 'and
deserves to succeed.
Hon. Samueh Linn, r late ,President
Judge of the Center JUdicial District,
has entered into a co-partnership with
Hot;. Win. H. Armstrong, of Williams
port. This constitutes a strong firm,
whildi will command a full share of the
law practice in that section of the State.
The Ebaira At/veil/ser is at a loss to
know what is meant by what the paw
pers in the Pennsylvania Anthracite
regiim call " striking for a basis." 11
meanS that the miners claim the right
to fix the mininum market price of coal.
For further particulars examin.e, your
coal account next, fall.
Asa Packer was horn in Connecticut.
Two year ago, when Judge Williams of
Pittsburg was nominated against
Sharswood by the Republicans, the
Coppery papers called !inn a carpet
bagger, because he was horn in Con
necticut. We are waiting to hear from
the same papers about carpet-bagger
Packer. or is our oxqred this time?
DBBTS OP HONOR. ,
It is imposible not to thin i k . i meanly
of the , man Who borrows 11v6 . , dollars
of you to help him io live over :unday,
and in the press Tf,his vast ' usiness
operations, forgetsi to return the loan.
You do not
.form an exalted opinion
of a man who . fiorrows your money at
per cent. whe i n it •W111:1 earning 8 per
cent, and then gives preference of lion
toi a sharper who lete him money at 10
But such men are comparatively
white, contrasted with the swindlers
who talk of repudiating the public in
debtedness to its ditizens and others.
. . _
However, we seldom take up a Demo
cratic paper which does not, openly or
covertly advocate the repudiation of the
debt contracted by the GovernMent in
potting - dowu the rebellion. -The lean
ing Democratic papers, everYwbere,
advocate repudiation in some form. ----
We are not prepared to say that the
Democratic party is inconsistent in this.
The debt was contracted in the effort
to reduce that party to subjection. Its
southern, and largesthalf, was in arms
against the Government, and the north
ern wing, by its leaders, was thoroughly
in sympathy with the armed wing.—
Thus resulted ; a four year's war, to
carry on which a itebt of more than
than three thousand millions was con
Itlis hot altogetheriinconsistent, then,
if the Democratic party urges the re
yudiation of the debt. Remember, it was
incurred against' their wishes - and in a
war hostile to Democratic interests. In
other words, nut to repudiate is to force
the Democratic party to aid in paying
for its own subjugation. Such as may
object to repudiation as dishonest should
remember that every man who commits
an assault, gets beautifully whipped, and
then is mulcted in the costs, experiences
and decidedly unpleasant sensation
when called upon to _pay over.
However, treason must be punished
in some manner. Nobody is to be hung,
it.appears, mid why sheathing some
body he tined in the way of taxation ?
" But," says one Democratic paper,
" if honesty requires the
. payment of
the Union debt, it also requires the
payment of the Confederate debt!"
Somehow we - don't seethe logic of that.
If one goes to law, and gets beaten,
does the successful suitor pay all the
costs? We had taken the other view
of the matter. •
, However, the proposition serves to
show what we might expect if by an
accident the Democratic party should
got the power in its hands. We cannot
4ubt•that the policy of tlkt leaders of
that party is to i hold one debt as sacred
as the other. The . Confederate debt
must, foot up something more than the
national debt ; and then add to tile sum
total, payment for the slaves emanci
pated, and you have a grand total of
about $8,000,000,000. That's about what
a vote for Asa Packer means, we sus
It has been well stated that, were tire
Democracy to get a m'alority in Con
gress the first effort would be to guar,
anty the payment of the Confederate
debt. If you oppOse to this the fact
that the Constitution provides against
this calamity in so many words, we re
turn with that other fact, that the
larger half of the Democratic party
repudiated the Constitution less than
ten years ago, and that the leaders of
the lesser half gave the - former all the
aid and comfort they dared to. Would
it be any great feat for the Democracy
of to-day to repudiate the Constitution
°nee i7Pore, and. so guaranty the pay
meat of the Confederate debt? We
think it would not.
And then, a great share of the Con
federate debt Is held by the British Luis- -
tocraey ; that aristocracy at whose feet
the Democratic leaders, north and south;
groveled in 1863, begging them to in
terpose and stop the further shedding of
blood ! Who can doubt the love of the
Democratic leaders for the British aris
tocracy ? True, in old times, Demo
cratic mothers used to frighten naughty
young Democrats in pinafores with
threats to let a " Britisher " eat them:
That is all over. All Britain cannot
boast of a prouder host of aristocrats
than Belmont and his clan of Demo
cratic leaders in this republic.• We
hear no cry about British bondholders,
bedause they hold the bonds issued by
Jefferson Davis In payment for pirate
ships, and as security for loans to the
rebels in the hour of need. We do not
find it difficult to account for the "per
fect understanding" which appear to
exist between .the Democracy of the
United States and the aristocracy of
the Old World: Do you ? •
It was generally conceded that the
election of Oen. Grant was a defeat of
'the schemes of the repudiators. The
question was squarely put last fall and
as squarely met and answered. Still
the question—" Shall we pay our hon
est debts?"—seems to be forced again
to the surface by the Democracy. Such
questions never arise among honest
men. Thieves, cheats, and professional
swindlers nsually answer the question
in the negative, honest men never ask
it; and when met by it ever reply with
a single Word-YES.
The French Atlantic Cable, 'about
3000 miles long is landed on the Massa
chusetts coast; This would be wonder
ful.but for the fact that an air ship from
San Francisco is daily expected to land
in New York. If somebody, will in
vent a man who can exist as well under
as out of water the 19th century would
,Only the other day Isabella was driv
en from Spain. Then there was a
question as to what sort of a govern
ment should be set up, and a Regency
was agreed upon. Now the Carlists
have arisen, and Spain is in the throes
of armed revolution. Kingdoms for
the ignorant and superstitious ; repub
lics for the enlightened peoples. That's
Mow the camp-followers of Democra
cy shout at the news that Mr. Packer
will'spare no cash,in prosecuting the
canipaign. Think of • it: A million
would buy twenty million drinks of
whisky. Supposing there are 50,000
dependents upon campaign bounty
that will be 400 drinks apiece. What
an amount of noise and fustian can be
got out of twenty million shifters !
The immaculate Brick Pomeroy was
in attendance upon the Convention
that nominated Packer's twenty mill
ions. That was a nomination worthy
of - Mr. Pomeroy. TI Packer has paid
down the million dollars for campaign
purposes, as is charged by X-1- *
Herald. ro ,,i-,1,3 0 . prick's chances in
are worth not less than $50,000. That
will pay in—cash.
The Tribune has raiked a •breeze by
publishing the names of about 100
" poor men ?? of New York, worth
from half a million to a million dollars,
but who return no taxable income. We
believe these " poor men " are all Dem
ocrats. That they don't intend to help
pay the debt is plain enough. The
rich men who are worth $2,500 must
pay taxes for these millionaires we
suppose. - I
• We almost wonder if it is true that
Packer's nomination was the upshot of
a telegraphic blunder. It is said that
the Democracy of Ohio telegraphed to
the Democracy of Pennsylvania, 'Ohio
has her Rosecrans—give Pennsylvania
,By some hocus-pocus
this message was delivered to the Dem
ocratic Convention in this wise: `Give
Pennsylvania her Packer and his
m on ey-bags ?'
And like good boys they obeyed.
The Lancaster Eranilner publishes
a list of candidates for nomination in
the County Republican Convention,
There are six for Senator, ten for As
embly, four for Treasurer„Aseven for
Commissioner, six for Sheilfr, eleven
for Register, eight for Prothonotary and
(perk of the Quarter Sessions, seven
fr Clerk of the Orphans' Court, and
three for Prison Inspector. As only a
limited number of these gentlemen can
succeed, the question arises whether
there will be eight tickets in the field,
The betting season is upon us. The
Democracy, having a cash candidate,
are ready with cash Arguments. "I'll
bet you "—is the salutation on every
hand. We hope Republicans will fail
to respond to these arguments. Betting
is gambling. If it be the correct thing
to play poker for money, then betting
is legitimate. Bet not at all. If the
alternative be moderate Profanity take
that instead. One party' to a wager is
sure to swear, and the other is the re
cipient of ill-gotten gains. Let the
Democrats bet with one another if they
The best specimen of a faux pas we
have seen lately is in Hancock's letter
declining the nomination for Governor.
He says that lie has " followed the
Profession of arms from boyhood, and
haVing acquired konsiderable rank,
do not wish to abandon it and enter
upon a life for which lam much leas
prepared by experience and education."
Yet last year ho was eager to take the
Tammany nomination for President,
_for which place we suppose ` his educa
and experience peculiarly qualified
him. Ah, General, it was sour grapes.
The Democracy of Pennsylvania want
a man whose war record is not an of
fence in the sight and recollection of
traitors. Gen. Lee stood as much chalice
of a nomination in that Convention as
Hancock. Why' not? Lee fought on
the side of the Democracy; Hancock
didn't. That's enough.
The July number of the Allegany
Musical Journal has Holtnes's ' Flower
of Liberty,' with music by Dr. Webb.
White clothes are worn by the ladies quite es
onsively, both day itnd night at this season of
he year.—Ettnira Advertiser.
How you know what ladies wear nights,—
you libeler of "the sex."—Cuba True Patriot.
No matter how we know. We do know, and
we know bow we know, but iro don't propose to
let everybody also know all we know, nor how
we know it.—Ehnira Advertiser.
—That's right Mr. Adverti:er, don't tell tales
out of school, or allow the school naarm either.
For wo will wager a glass of pea-nuts, that you
know enough to know, that no ono else should
know, what you know • therefore you aT9 °x
cusable to know what you know, provided you
will always know enough to lot no ono also know
COVINGTON LOCAL. dames 11. Har
vey was wounded in front of Petersburg in 2864,
from the effects of which ho Aied in transit to
hospital in Washington. Several claim agents
have tried to secure a pensiol certificate for his
widow Maria Harvey. A short time since Mr.
Rue succeeded in getting her claim on filo, and
a draft for $835,57 in full to March 1869. Mr.
R. also scoured a certificate and draft for Mrs
Gardener wife of David Gardener, a long delayed
Joseph Harmon the contractor of Odd Fellows
Hall, fell with a staging a short distance to the
ground, severely wrenching his, ankle. He is
around again on crutches.
Hatry T. Graves has purchased the interest
of G. A. spring in the job Printing Office. He
intends removing it to Bless soon. Harry can
do a creditable job.
Lightning struck the chimney of Mrs. Mar
garet Knight's house in Blossburg, shattering
the top, and passing down into tho building,
severely shocking some of tho inmates. No seri
ono damage was done.
A Band of Hope has been organized .by Miss
Isabella T. Dyer, starting 'with about twenty
members. Its officers aro :
President—John Bodine; i
Vice President—Emma Watrous;
They have a comfortable room over Judge
Dyer's store. The little ones deserves recognition
and assistance from their elders.
Mies Mail's. Doane has taken a school at
Oceola. We commend her with pleasure to the
masters and misses of her district. Shams been
very successful in teaching orderly schools with
The late showery weather has made haying
and harvesting very expensive. It will cost
double to cut and cure hay this season than
usual, but the crop is simply immense. Wheat
is mostly cut and shocked," fu the field, very
little housed yet. I will ho obliged to farmers
having large holds of grain or root crops to the
acre for the 13 tatistios fur publioation.
WM. R. ARMIWIIONG. HAMM. LJNN
Armstrong & Linn,
ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW,
WILLIAMSPORT, PENN'A. •
Aug. 4, 1869-Iy.
Notice ,l to Collectors.
COLLECTORS of the taxes for 1860 are re
quested to be prompt in collecting up their
duplicates and paying over the same by the Ist
of September. By so doing not less than $lOOO
can be saved to tho county.
Aug, 4, 1809. IL C. BAILEY,
SEALED proposals will be reeeived by the ex
°cativo Committee of the Wallsboro Driving
Park Association, for Grading Track and Build
ing Fence upon their grounds until Saturday
August 7th, at noon. Specifileations may be
seen and all particulars ascertained by calling
on B. B. Holiday, at the Wellshoro Hotel. The
work will be lot in separate contracts, and pro
posals should be made for Oradind Track stating
;ho amount per-rod, and building fence per rod.
Address, 'I B. B. HOLIDAY,
L. C. RENNET, }Ex. Com.
Aug. 4, lw. A. M. INGHAM.
11 1 2 1-3LMGEC
M. M. SEARS, PROPRIETOR.
WHERE delicious Ice Cream, French Con
fectionary, all kinds of fruits in their
and Oysters in their season—can bo had at all
hours, served in the best style. Next door be
low Roberts it: Bailey's Hardware Store, Main
Wellaboro, Aug. 4, 1869.
TIOGA HIGH SCHOOL.
riIIIIIS School now becomes a pormanqnt In
stitution, under Slate authority, having by
special net received some peculiar privileges, and
it is designed to offer all the advantages to Aca
demic Institutions. TO those designing to pre
pare for teaching we offer very decided advan
tages by combining th& Theory with the Practice.
Fall Term commences Aug. 30, 1869, and con.
tinues 14 weeks.
RATES OF TMTION
Common English, Elementary Algebra, Pri
mary Philosophy and Primary Physology free to
all pupils of school age residing in Tioga Bore.
Common English $5,00
Higher " 00
Commercial coarse, time unlimited— 5,00
English Bra'nebes and German 8,50
, If " Commercial course_ 8.50
For information with regard to rooms or board
call on, or address
IL M. I3EELES, Principal,
Aug. 4, 1869-tf. ' . Tioga, Pa
Attention Militia !
TILE GOVERNOR desires that an organiza
tion of tlib Militia of this County should
be effected as soon as convenient. All persons
therefore desirous of organizing companies will
proceed to enroll the names of all such as will
join the same, snd report to me at Elkland, Pa.
A company to oonsist of the following officers
and mon : 1 capt., 1 Ist lieut., 1 2nd lieut.
sergeants, 8 corporals, 2 musicians, and 32 pri-
Vatos—fio. As soon as a sufficient number of
names are enrolled, an election of officers will be
ordered and commissions issued ut onoc, at
which time the Governor will issue arms( and
equipments to each company. It id dosirod
that the old officers and soldiers should take hold
of the matter and we can soon have our ten
on nipanies organized and equipped.
By authority of J. W. GEARY,
Commander-in-Chief of Pa. Militia.
Aug. 4,'69-4w. Per. R. T. Woon.
TN EtIVOROE.—To Wheeler Marvin; Tako
I none°, that Lorilla M. Marvin, by her toxt
friend Charles Videan, has applied to tho Court
of CoMmon Pleas of Tioga County for a divoroo
from the bonds of matrimony, and that said
Court has appointed Monday, Aug. 30, ]BBP, at
tho Court House, Wollaboro, for a hearing iu
tho said matter, at which time and place you can
attend if you think proper. J. B. POTTER,
Aug. 1809. Sheriff.
IN DlVORCE.—TosAlesander Borden: Take
notice that Anna J. Borden, your wife, by
her next ' friend, Levi Ferguson, has applied to
the Court of Common Pleas of Tiogi'County for
a divorce from the bonds of matrimony, and
that said Court has appointed Monday, Aug. 30,
1860, at the Court louse, %Abhor°, for a hoar
ing in the said matter, at whioh timo and place
you can attend if you think proper.
3. B. POTTER,
Aug. 4, 1869
• Licensed Anetioneei4,.
M. SMITIf, of Knoxville; Tioga C. Pa.,
D • licensed auctioneer, sells real and person
al property. send in your orders. Charges
moderate. [July 28, 180-73 m.
NOTICE.—AII custom loge drawn to ur Mill
aro sawed out; all portions axing un
settled accounts with Trninan dr, Bow n aro re
quested to call and settle the same cash or
note without delay. TRUMAN Jr. OWEN.
July 28, 18811.
In tho District Court of the United States, for
the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Chaditih Aylesworth, a Bankrupt under the
Act of Congress of March 2d, 1887, having ap
plied for a discharge from all his debts, and oth
er claims provable under said Act, by order' of
the Court, Notice is hereby given, to ail persons
who have proved their debts, and other persons
interested, to appear on the 20th day of August
1869, at 10 o'clock, A. M., before F. E. Smith,
Esq., Register in Bankruptcy, at his office in
Tioga, Pa., to show cause, if any they have, why
a discharge shculd not be granted to the said
Bankrupt. And further, notice is hereby given,
that the Second and Third Meetings of Credi
tors of 'the said Bankrupt, required by the 27th
and 28th Sections of said Act, will be bald be
fore the said Register, at the same time and
place. S. C. MeCANDLESS,
July 28, 1869-3 w. Clerk.
1" AMPB.—A new kind of lamp fo rlierogene—
JU no breakag, co f ohimnoys—a t FOLEY'S.
GROVER & BIKER'S
594 BROADWAY NEW YORK
Points of ticellence.
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch.
Ferfeotion and Simplicity of Machinery.
Using both threads directly from the spools.
No fastening of seams by hand and no waste
Wide range of application without change of
The seem retains its beauty and firmness af
ter washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kinds of work done by other
Sewing Machines, these Machines execute the
most beautiful and permanent Embroidery and
par - The highest Premiums at all the fairs
and exhibitions of the United States and
Europe, have been awarded the Grover it Baker
Sewing Machines, and the work done by thorn,
wherever exhibited in competition.
pil`The very highest prize ' THE CROSS
OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, was conferred
on the representative of the Grover tic Baker
Sewing Machines, at the Exposition "UniversellC,
Paris, 1887, thus attesting their great superior
ity over all other Sewing Machines•
NEW SUMMER GOODS. •
TOLES & BiRKER,
(NO. 5, UNION BLOCK.)
WOULD say to their friends and the publio
generally, that they aro now receiving a
splendid assortment of summer
SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, PRINTS,
CLOTHS, OASSIMERES, VEST
INGS, READY MADE CLO
THING, HATS & CAPS,
. BOOTS AND SHOES,
also a large and well selected stock of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WOODEN
WARE, STONE WARE, KERO
SENE OIL, PAINTS • & OILS,
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES,
ETO N . ETC., ETC.
We are able to offer our customers the benefi
LAST DECLINE OF PRICES
in the Now York Market, our Stook baying boon
purchasod 8/1240 the great decline In Goode.
Wellaboro, Juno 16, 1 1. 13?P 8 BARir .
Now a ick.ori
Them Things is Arriv
F • •
VERY thing is lovely, and thel anger biped
depends from a sublime attic de.
You will Please Observe,
that the best natured man in Town having no
ticed the wants of the public, and having boun
tifully supplied himself with almost everything
which this world oar', afford to appease them;
now benevolently proposes to open the whole be
fore the people, and say to all, old and young,
black and white, rich and poor,
You pay your Money and you take your
Don't stand out in the cold exposed to ,the el
ements and to the Sting of the neighbors bees,
but pull the latch string, itis always out in bus
iness hours, &c.
EN 3 TERr r
Tho largo hearted proprietor, or his urbane
good natured clerk will conduct you, as it wore
filled with ravishing delights.
lat. A GARDEN OF SPICES, in which
every thing Spiey,from a nutmeg to cayenne pep
per mar be seen and procured.
2d, A GARDEN OF SWEETS, in which ev
ery variety of Saoeharine delights, both solid and
liquid may be had by the stick, pound or gallon,
and of such Savor and complexion as will make
every aching sweet tooth in your bead fairly
jump with delight. Should you bo pomologi
oolly inclined, this humane individual will con.
duct you into a
GARDEN OF FRUITS, in which almost ev
ery variety of lusoious things to be found gath
ered from the four quarters of the globe, will be
shown to satisfy your largesklongings. Oranges
from Cuba, Lemons from Florida, Prunes from
Turkey, Raisins from Malaga, Currants fro po the
, Oreolan Arohipolago; Peaches dried and,eanu_
ed along with a great variety of Canned Fruits
from the Jerseys; Dates from Syria, and Figs
from Asia Minor. No end to the supply of ovary
species of NUTS from 3 Continents.
TIM TEA GARDEN will next command
your attention; tho whrm decoction of the China
leaf and the Java bean have become almost uni
versal beverages, and If not swallowed too hot or
to strong, the mild stimulants are esteemed as
eminently promotive of comfort and sociality.—
What company of elderly ladies could ever part
In peace without thorn? Now your friend the
GARDNER, will be moat happy to show you
all this. Re will ask you politely to look at his
Tea. You are welcome to try every chest and
sec if GUN POWDER, Souoliong GREEN,
lIYSON, do. which flavor you like, but of all
the other styles whose jaw cracking names would
be dangerous to pronounce, COFFEES, in every
style, ditto, ditto, ditto.
The beneficent proprietor of this mammoth es
tablishment—out of sheer good will, and if you
will believe him for no othdr motive than your
interest and his, has at vast lexpense established
at tho same place an immense depot of Provis.
ions, consisting of
Flour, Pork, Lard, Codfish, White Fish,
Sword Fish, &e., &c.
Meal, Hams, Butter, Trout, Blue Fish
Halibut, &c., &c.
All of which he intends to sell at a profit, on the
principle of ' , live and Jet live." lie generally
proposes slag to receive in exchange ail the pro
ducts of your farm and clairics,and it le said eqn
fldentially to the public, that he never refulies
Tho' it irks him wretohediy to keep it. So
anxious is he. that the dear people should want
nothing whatever that money can burof
Wolleboro, June 18, 1889.
r J. A. PARSONS & 'CO.,
FOREIN a - RUSTIC DRY GOODS.,
• c., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
CORNING, N. Y.
HAVING made arrangements to keep a still Larger Variety of Goods than
last year, and believing Judicious Advertising to be a good investment, intend to usothe columns
of the AGITATOR more extensively than for the last two yeais. Our Dry Goods Department is
made as attractive by us as possible. Wo keep a large stock of all goods saleable that we feel
warranted in keeping, and allbw no one to undersell us at any time: Aiming to keep the bosl
article for a e'en price that the Market will afford. We invite all to examine our stook in tho,
Brown Table Linens from 56 cts to $l,OO. i Bleached Table Linens from 75 cts to $l,OO
Blch'd do $l,OO to 150. Towelings, Towels, Napkins & Table Cloths,
BLACK SILKS, PRINTED DELAINES, SEEDED DELAINES, SEROES, AL
PACAS, FANCY POPLIN-, FRENCH POPLINS, PLAIN POPLINS,
CPIANGRABLE POPLINS, ALPACA POPLINS, BLACK AL
PACAS, BLACK ALPACA POPLINS. PLAIDS.
The above stook oan be found the moat comOeto, and at much lower prices than any we have.
offered before. Comparing favorably with the largest Stores in the Southern Tier.
We have made arrangements with our Skirt Manufaoturer so have an extra discount on our
purchases of him, and we intend to give our customers the benefit of this arrangement. From
this date our entire Stook of Skirts sold at an average reduction of about 2b per cent, mak
ing thodi lower than ever before.
75 ct. Skirt for sqcts.; $l,OO Skirt for 75 cts.; $1,25 Skirt foil $l,OO ; $1,50 Skirt foi
$1,25; $2,00 Skirt for $1,50. &C., &6 1 .
In Ladies sizes. Misses and Children's equally cheap.
L. A. OARDNER.
The One Price Cheap Store
New Goods Received almost Daily.
Denims, blue & brown
We have added to this stock a tine assortment of LINEN GOODS consisting of
at a reduction of 25 to 30 per cent from last season prices
We have now in stock, (and are receiving additions to it altuose daily) au unusually large and
well assorted stock of
Hosiery andW'hite Goods.
We oat► do bettor for our custotners in this stook than at any time during the war, and as the
Goods aro now very cheep, so that sales will warrant it, we shall keep a much better Stock than
for several years past. Wo shall keep a vary handsome stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED NAINSOOKS, JACKONETS, PLAIN AislD
DOTTED SWISS, PERCALES, BRILLIANTS, MARSAILLES,
BISHOP LAWNS, LINEN HD'KFS, &C.,
aiming to enpply all calls in as satisfactory manner as possible. "
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We make pretty big claim; on this Stock, and we think we can back them up. Our business in
this Department has been an increasing one every year, and wo intend to keep it so, if selling the
best qualities of Work at the loiest Market Prices will do it. We shall keep a still larger as.
sortment of J. Richardson's Work, in following styles:
Men's French Calf Boots;
do A. 11. do
do Pine Kip Boots.
do Stoga do
do Calf Shoes,
do Rip Shoes,
Boys' Kip Boots, -
do Stoga do
ouths Kip Boots,
do Stoga do
r ou?las do ,
WO!iIEN'S MISSES, ; AND CHILDREN'S CALF AND MOROCCO POLISH
• AND BALMORAL SHOES.
W 1 e also intend to keep a still larger stock of Ledies, Misses and Children's Fine Work,' .
Serge, Pebble Goat, and Kid in all the desirable styles, in those Goods and in Richardson's work.
we shall keep regular goods, so that we can supply our customers regularly with such work as
they have found to suit thorn in our stock. All our work except snob as we sell for cheap work,
we warrant, and make satisfactory compensation if it proves imperfect in any way. I
, We are now keeping as good an assortment of Trunks as wo formerly did, and shall keep a ful
COMMON PACKING TRUNKS, ALL SIZES, EXTRA QUALITY, COMMON
FOLIO, EXTRA QUALITY FOLIO, COMMON AND EXTRA QUAL
ITY SARATOGA, AND GENTS' TRAVELING TRUNKS,
We will also order from the Factory any description of Trunks wanted, that we du not foe
warranted in keeping on hand, if desired, at loss than the usual profit charged on fair Goods.
arasols, all Rinds.
We would respeotfully invite the attention of customers to our assortment of Parasols which wci
think cannot be surpassed either rie to style or price by any ono in the trade. We have a full as l
sorimont of colors, in each of the styles named below, and Also assorted colors in Linings:
Plain Silk Parasols, lined and unlined cheqp ;_ Beaded Parasols, lined an,k
unlined; Changeable Parasols, lined or ruffled ; also plain, lined ruffled
and fringed ; Square and Pannier Parasols, lined and fringed ;
Lace covered Parasols; Children& Parasols.
SUN UMBRELLAS, cotton and gingharia ; also suple and full boiled Silk
NISCELLANE4S 'GOODS !
Handsome Prints, warranted fast colors at 10 cents per yard
Good wido bleached Muslim at 11 cents per yard
New styles Percales at 25 eta per yard, sold all tho spring at 44 cta. to 50.conts.
Handepmo Mock Dress Goode aa ate. Handsome stock of Shawls at $3,00, cheap at $4,00
Tho best Bargains in Black Mantilla Bilks to be found in this vicinity
Blade Alpacas, 50, 56,132 i and 75 cents. Black Alpaca Poplins, 621, 75, 874 eta, and $l,O O ,
' the best goods for the money wo have ever offered(
Lawns, Figured Swiss and Organdies at very low prices
Thanking the people of Tioga County for their Tay generous patronage in the past, we trust
by strict attention to business, and selling Goods atta low figure, to merit a continuance of the
Corning, Juno 9, 1869.
and in all the desirable sizes
Bich' d Shirtings,
Pillow Case Cotton;
J. A. PARSONS & CO.
CAIRRIAGE blAKt\ G
T",UNDERSEGINED 6(.111 1:U111111W:11 the
Carriage business at his uld eland
street, near the Academy, whore manulectutitg
and repairing will be promptly done and aim s
faction guarranteod, The
Will be conducted by Mr. P. G. LYON, 10, 0 1 43
had many years experidnee in the businebs, attl
will give perfect satisfaction to all in
Carriage Ironing, Horse Shoeing,
Particular attention given to Ilorse•shosing. All
work warranted. 11. W. DARTT.
Wellaboro, July 11, 1869.
Farm for Sale I
IN Deerfield township, Tioga County, p a
miles front Knoxville and 2i miles from Oee
ola, do the road leading from Ktzer settletaeot
the river. Said farm contains, 166 acres,-I;,p
acres improved ; is table land, and lies bard.
someiy ; has 40 acres of meadow which can l e ,
mowed with a machine; is well watered, and•
well adapted to dairying purposes; has many
fine springs; timber hemlock, I .l . tich,-and mapl e ,
Comfortable dwelling 21 feet square, a
feet barn, r,owsbed 60 feet tong, granary, aril a
young apple orchard thereon. Terms easy. A r•
ply on the preinises;lor addi•ess, at Oceola.
July 7, 1819—tf. AIIORRIS,SEELF.Y.
Millinery & Dress-Making.
THE undersigned would Bay to her old (rind !
and the public generally, that she has fitted
up rooms in her building (Ist door below VaL.
Horn's ware rooms) for the purposh of carryinv 4
in all its departments.
Her goods are all new, and consist in part„
Flowers, Laces, Ribbons, Straw Goods, tic
and in short, everything pertaining to
ionabie establishment. Cali before pUrchan y,s .
131nVi hero. Prices reasonable.
Particular attention paid to bleaching ao
doing over old ladies' bonnets.
Apr. 21, '69—lim. Mrs. JEROItIE SIIITII
Great Improvement_ in Densistry,
~ ., . .4 4, - ; 7; i7 2 „, HAVING, purchased the esclu.
16m.tt=" - - vivo right of Dr. Folsom's Im.`
" 11 114011 proved patent Atmospheric hew]
Plates fur Vega County. I now take pleaiev.
in offering it to the public ne the realm Ili.
COVERY yet made in
By tho use of which, we can overcome any aLi
and all difficulties which' have heretofore hadoi
the skill of the most practioal Dentist In 0s
world. Plates'eonstructed upon this Van te.
main perfectly firm under all cireumstancer o
condition of the mouth, as no air, or partici,r
food can possibly get under them. Those hanrg
old styles, Gold or Rubber Plates, can, at to::
the cost, have the Improvement applied to tin:
answering in every respect the same purpo : s
as a new sot. Perfect satisfaction guarantin
in every case. C. N. DARTT, Dentin
Wollsh6ro, June 0, 1869.
Thia le to certify ttin( we two now tieing tho Ittip
od Detitel Plates with perfect satkfactlee.
used the old !style of plate(' foryearrlwlth all the ttonßi
and Inconvenlenceo known In AIM uso.l6lcch play.,
we cheerfully recommend the illiproced
linperior to anything yot known. E. It. KIMBALL
011 AS. WILLIAM:,
Summer is Long, aLCdmitig!
AND some people begin, to lose faith in the
promise of seedtime and harvest. In view
of this fact
Bullard & Co.,
have concluded to hurry up the Fenson by ucei•
ing their shelves:and counters with n wisely ie.
leated and superior lot of •
SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
comprising a variety of
Silks, Lin . ens, Hosiery, Gloves, Ern
broideries, Poplins, ,Lawns, Pereslei,
Piquas, Sic., &c.,
together with.), fir.t.let cd
Domestics, Sheetings, Shirting}, Stun
mer Clothing, Ladies Shoes, sc.
We shall sell as low as anybody, and grey
Juuo 16, 11366--61 u. BIM - LARD A Co
Dr. H. R.)Phillips,
MHE undersigned respectfully announcesr , n ,
citizens of Westfield and surrounding C 0,.:
try that Ito-is permanently located at this plBa
He is fully prepared to do all kinds of
in the highest style of the art. Srti.side;.
guarranteed. Nice over.Scorill's Drug
Fine Photographs can he had ever tln%
Store. - 11. It_ PItILLIPLi
Westfield, P l a., June 36;1809-4.
BERLIN PRINTS AND' FANTI
FurniAledito order. Now is th e limo to kw.tutl
yourflow s. Old Pictures copied mid it orke , l r
ink eopia or oil, at 01. A 1" ti'S,
April 14, 1869, Art _
AT THE NILES VALLEY sirEA5l
FLOURING MILLS. '
10,000 Rua. Coto, .
Io,ooo' I" (talc, and any Nl.Litait.:
good w4e;al. , •J. 1L DIMON t e,..
Nilea.Valley, Marot 2401,-IStio-tc.
FOR • SALE.
e Fi•nene limildings
AIISS it. A. KEENEY begs leave to loVs.
tho'citizens of Tioga and vicinity that et'
as taken rooms over Borden's Drug Stara, 4,
posito the Post-Offtee, ivhere she will be haP l '
to wait on all who will give hor a call.
Particular attention paid to bleaching.
May 12, 18139—tf.
,: . .
Tm DIRECTORS of Bless School Displ:l
will receive proposals from teachers b
Blossburg, Ainot and Morris Run Schools. TO
Board desire to open the schools early in Sq .
tember. Applications may be made in wrinti
by sending terms and certificate.
N. L. REYNOLDS ,
Sec. of the Board.
July 14, 1869
100 $ 000 lbs. of Wool wanted, dnd f`;
which the biglic6c wok e
price will be paid, by SEARS PERI3V.
Welipboro, June id, 1869.
i f Ew lot of POPLINS, ALPACAS V,
and Satins for Trifnurings at
CA.LL andsee ti; Spring Sty
St Jos of ShaW l6 a
DE LANO Jr CO ,
April 14, 189.
A splendid stock of
ennnufactored to order at rene.or3
CLAY KING . 6
lig, Art tiollery.
W Millinery !'