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Vor t Ite Agitator.]
COALE; UNTO ALP, AND I
hill, Mt, thou weary in the path below?
rues oppress thee? Art thou filled with woe ) ?
1)0 foes assail thee in the narrow way?
thread out snares to lead try soul netray`,2
Do 'friends forsake, unbeed ng thy request?
Cottle unto me, and I will give you req.
Thor wandering one from God thy Heavenly Ring,
.19 the way thorny thou art traveling in?
Ito earthly - joys elude thy eager grasp ?
The seeming gold prove but :Mug at last ?
weary soul, with guilt and sin oppressed.
Como unto me, and I will give you rest.
Oh, marine i • upon life's stormy :ea,
DO waves 9' trouble almost role' . thce :
Without au anchor and thy compass lost,
Is thy frail hark by wind and toinpeld, ios.cd ?
Ready to sink, with sorrows rudely pressed,
Come unto.mo, and I will give you,lest.
Blossburg, Pa_ M
THE PRODIGAL SON IN CHINESE'
A young Chinaman, Choy Awah, a
scholar at the Five Points H0u0.,. of In
dustry, reads the TestaMent in English,
- and then gives the sense in a dialect of
his own; and this is wtat he makes of
the parable of the Pro( gp :-
A man, he two sons. on speak he
to father ; father get mo i ntly; give fiAlloo
he ; father he take it all right. I Just
now give you half. HO give him half;
he go long way—like me come China to
Now York. No be ''careful of money,
use too much ; money all gone ; he very
hungry. Ho went to man. He want
work, he say ; all right; he tell him to
feed pigs. lie give pigs beans; he eat
with pigs himself. He just now talk :
" .My father_ he rich man—too much
money. What for me stay here hungry?
I want go back and.see my father. I,
i:ity to- him, I very bad. He knows I
bad. Emperor [God] see I bad. No be
son, me be coolie." He go back ; long
way, father see him. He take him on
the neck. The son say, " I very. bad.,--
I just now no be your bon ; I coolie."
His father talkey to boy, and say, "Get
handsome-coat; lgive he ring; give he
shoes; bring fit cow—kill him ; give
him to eat.'' They very glad. lie all
same dead ; justsnow come back alive;
lie 'lost ; he get back. Number one
come. ICo hear music ; he till servant,
" What for they make music"" He
say, " Your brother tome had; ; your
fattier very glad he no sick ; he kill fat
ems'," Number ono son very angry ;
he no go inside; very angry.' .Father
lie conic out ; he say, " No, mrbe angry.'
Number one son, he say, "II stay all
time by father; never make him angry.
_My father never kill one fat cow fir toe.
)1y brother• he very laid, lie use money
too much ; he have fat vow and
r: l ther y‘m no .undereh bi n d; he
just den i; he pow (-tow! to ;he 10mt,
- In, now (Tonle hack." Or:twer. )far
/10 Ne.tyazinc fur. e 0.4.
e l'ltE,l7'2lll.:ST OP SCA II LET ri•Xl . :l!.
UhfirlCS T. l'hotripson reports iu the
Law!' I his manner of tretitment in
leveFas follows: The li9tient is
immersed hi It warinebath in the early
stage of the disease, aml.tli is is repeated
rregitentl . ‘c, or its the strength of the
l,atient'witl a How. The 11 rst effect is 1,0
iirwillee a noulhingnei refreshing feel
ing in thOpatient, to lie followed soon
by ,-oell :in eruption on the surface, of
so vivid a eolor, and hi such amount ns
WWI id astonish those who had. never
witnessed it. Thil;; ono of the ereate.-11,
J ! danger.; of this fearful tliselSe—the sup
-1 pre:=Ann of the eruption—i+ escaped.—
. The appetite generally returns after the
tir, , ,t or -e.eolid Lath, and the.llienglit of
Ilse patient im kept tip bylilltritilnA rood.
The bath prevents the d ss , entiontion of
the (license by remofing tliti iexereta
front the skin as soon i t ; it is dei)osited.
Thiq treatmentxfiromotes cuticular de.i
-' quamation. -The Cody Aolild begently
dried by pi?:'t linen cloths nfter the.hath.
1! , .1• this .procedure the v.irious ,eere
tion.l are deprived of their noxious
properties, , and the irritation Of intern
al organs i.; quiekly relieved, hus (11551-
that 0 veri serious ease 1-; Foo l reduced
lon mild one, nod the patient recovers
in'le , i than half the nsnal tittle. .t'zittee
Or. 11p - 11bl/son has pursued tlik lime-
iiice during the 4tst fifteen years—he
ha't never loot a patient from scarlet fe- ;
BATITINO. —The following sukges
t ion to bathers have recently lieensssued
hy the Royal Humane Society - of Lon
don, and are worthy of consideration ;
Avoid bathing within two'hours after
Avoid bathing when exhausted from
Avoid bathing , when the body is
cooling after. perspiration; but bathe
when the body is warm ; proyided no
time is lost in getting into the water.
Avoid remaining too long in the wa
ter ; leave the water as soon as there is
the slightest 'Ming of chilliness.
Avoid bathing although in the Open
air, if, after having been ,a; short time
in the water, there is a sense of chill
iness, with numbness of the hangs and
The vigorous and strong may' bathe
early .in the morning, on an ernpty
The young and those that are weak
had rtter bathe three hours after a
meal; the best time for such is from
two to three hours after breakfast. •
Those who are subject to attacks of
giddiness and faintness, and thoSe who
Suffer from diseases of the liearQ should
not bathe without first consulting their
A promising young shaver of' five or six
years was rending his lesson ztt school
one day, in that deliberate manner for
which urchins of that age arc somewhat
temarkable. As he proceeded with
his task; be came to the passage, "Keep
thy tongue from evil and thy lips front
Mastei Hopeful drawled out,
"Keep — the—tongue from —evi I —a n d
t hy—l ips— from—girls. "
' Is my face dii)ty ..' .remarked a young
lady to her at n?t, while seated at the
dinner table n a steamer running from
Cairo to 1\"( • Orleans, ' Dirty ! noi
Why do you 'ask ?' 'Because that in=
suiting waiter insisted upon putting a
towel beside my plate. I've thrown
three under the table, and yet "every
time he comes rpund he pips another
one before fne.' I • , -
slßridget, whatha4c y9u done with
e-cream Those etfiliffen cannot eat
thinned milk for breakfast" Shure,
maim, and it isn't mesilf that would
be afther the scum to gees.
Mi. - that off and give it to the eats.'
A farmer who liVes on a ceigain hill
called " Hard-Serabble,"not a hundred
miles from tliis place, says last summer,
owing to the drouth and poor land to
gether, the grass was so_ abort that he
had to lather it before he could mow it.
It is'cornplained of Shakspeare that
be unnecessarily murdered Hamlet.
But he has been paid for it. A great
many , Hamiets have murdered SlTaks
" If this should mea l
up his fist and shakini
"he will hear of some
" Where shall I put this paper so as
to be sure of seeing it t9-rnorrow ?" in
quired Mary Jane of her brother
Charles. "011 the loooking-glass,"
Witc3 her brother's reply.
Red cheeks are only oxygen in
another shape. Girls who are anxious
to wear a pair will find them where the
roses do—out doors.
must b a happy thought ton lover
that his blodd and that of his sweetheart
mingle in the same mosquito.
ere was never a republic born with
out the birth mark of slavery upon it.
Is often quite osponsivo, but this you huvo'i'or
If by accident, you gel scalded, bruised,
burned, or sprained, then apply
immediately; for it is quick to give relief;
and powerful to cure pain and soreness.
If you are afflicted with lameness, or
numbness and stiffness of the limbs, or with
severe pain, or painful swellings like Neu
ralgia and Infidmatory Rheumatism, Men
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.
Is found to be a saving of more than $lO a
year in :all families that use it.
Buyers aro requested to call and examine pr
cos before purchasing elsewhere.
the eye of John
d man, doubling
it as he spoke,
ing to his diad;
READY TO BE INSPECTED, AND
110 WICKHAM a; PARR;
24, May 12, 1869.
byall means. Apply it quickly so as 7101 to
leave 2.t open to Me air; and use it according
to direction l s on Me bottle.
If you have Sore Throat, or Quinsy, or
Felons, or Croup, or Pleurfsy, or Chilblains,
or any of these disorders that require an
outward remedy, then
Kept constantly on hand for immediate use,
will certainly prevent much suffering, and
may save IT.
If you are prudent and' economical, and
desire to save expense; then remember that
`For sale- by all Druggists. Wholesale
Depot 252 Greeawiela„St., New York.
Wholesalel and Retail
DRUG STORE !
By W. C. KRESS.
TIE subscriber 'ill keep on band at nll times
a full stock of
DRU.GS AND MEDICINES.
Flavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Kerosene
Lamps, Wicks, Dye Colors, White Wash
Lime and Brushes, Varnish and
Sash Brushes, Window Glass
all sires, Varnish of all
kinds, Pitney Soaps,
Si'ECT AC LES,
Hair and Tooth Bruihes, a full stock of
Yankee Notions; ollho a complete as
and ft full stock of
Pure Wines and Liquors,
March 24, 1869 7 1 y. W. C. KRESS
1.4 0 T S
WiCKHAIN dic FARR'S,
JATS & CAPS,
BOOTS Ss ') SHOES,
CROCKERY & WOODEN
SOLD AT A FAIR PROFIT.
CALL AND SEE.
Havingformed a partnership in the Tin, Stove
and Hardware trade, the undersigned have the
pleasure to announce that they have, at a great
outlay; added to the usual.steek of the old stand
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,
PUMPS, AXES, -
BITTS, 1 .
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
'SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
- TREES, ELLIP- -
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a now thing, and made for use. Tiles° are but a
few of the many articles composing our stock
Wo invite the publin to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our lino; and all work- to_order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOIL THE
Buckeye Mower & Reaper.
It, Oi• BAILEY.
Life insurancii & Trust Company
$lOO,OOO deposited with tho Auditor General for
security of the Policy Holdprs.
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 Office S. E. Corner, bth and Chestnut
St., Philadelphia. •
Applications for Insurance may be made with
W. P. DIGONEY, General Agent, Welisboro' Pa.
May 12, 1889--tf.
Having been to much expense in fitting up
another Green House, giving more room for
largo pots, I flatter myself that no Green House
can make a bettor show of
RARE AND THRIFTY PLANTS,
Dahlias, Roses, Verbenias, Potables, Geraniums,
all sorts; Basket Plants, all sorts; Ranging
Baskets, new patterns; Beautiful Bogo-
Cape Joseamine, Csirnations,
Cissus, discolor; Polargonium,3
in variety, Ac. Ac. Ac,
New Crimton Cluster Tomato Plants,
sorts in pots or by the dozen. All kinds of Cab
bage Plants, .Egg Plants, 'Asparagus Roots
(two years old) Sage , - Roots, Celery, Dwail„
White Salad, Cauliflower, Thyme.
All kinds of early Vegetable plants ready '`lst
of April, at the Green Houses and at the store
of MCCABE A Mix, MereuYs NOW Block.
Having employed ono of the most experienced
Florists' he will at all times give any informa
tion to customers on the mode of propagation
and cultivation of Plants.
This Spring's Catalogue will be sent to all that
may desire and write for it. I invite all to
come and see my Houses, Plants, he., for them
selves. With gratitude I acknowledge past
10 - Bnuquots will bo found at the storo of
McCABE do Mix every morning, Sundays exeopV.
od ; 35 to 50 cents each.
Towanda, Pa., Mar. 3,1889-6 m.
,pgr- Orders -left at Wm. Roberts's Ilar4ware
Store, Welleboro, will receive prompt attention.
The Best Stock of
FEED, MEAL, PORK, .PROVISIONS,
-&o., • -
in iVellsboro, can be found at
M. B. PRINCE'S.
A choice lot of CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED,
besides all kinds of GARDEN and small FIELD
SEEDS, SEED POTATOESp&e., at
M. B. PRINCE'S.
You can get cash for your
EGGS, BEANS, POTATOES, GRAIN,
BEESWAX, &0., AT •
, M. B. PRINCE'S.
March 31, 1889.
WILL stand the present season as follows :
Mondays and Tuesdays, forenoons, at the
stable of tho subscriber, Mainaburg.
Tuesday afternoons, at Brundage's Stables,
Wednesday's at Graves's Covington.
Thursdays at Cherry Flats.
Fridays at Whitneyvillo.
Saturdays at Follow's, l'Tellsboro.
E. A. FISH,
May 12;1869-2m. Proprietor.
500 Cords of Hemlock Bark, wanted, for
which the highest market price will be
paid on delivery at my Tannery, in We!labor°.
Jne 2, 1869—tf, JOSEPH ILIBEBOLLS.
AND HA.RDW ARE:
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
ROBERTS .k, BAILEY
WELLS.BORO, BA - K
TUBE SUBSCRIBER having esta
,of in the • .
in this village, noxt dcior to E. It em b a iira
Grocery, is now prepared to curt' on insinces
in all its various branches. I willo con
stantly on band an assortment of id, such
LOAF BREAD, BOSTON CR(KERS,
GRAHAM BREAD, BUR
CRACKERS, B R OW\
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA 4IIITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, C4S,
PIES, AND LUNCO
at all hours of theilay, Sundays mi l d.
By strict attention to business shentioavor
to merit the public patronage. 4 s
• CIIAS. ST IS.
Wellabor°, June. 24, 1868. •
WHOLESILE 111111 :41
CORNING, N. si
DRUGS AND MEDIOINEOINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS'INKS, ((VIPS
IREDELL'S FLUID, El
BURNETT'S COCOAINE, FLA INC
EXTRACTS, KEIiOSENE L S,
PATENT MEDICINES,. It -
- ESTER PERFCMERYI
AND FLAVORING EXTRACT
PAPER, WINDOW OLA
AND •DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & C. RE
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers a
to call and got quotations before gc,
W. D. TERBEL
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1,1868--1 y
Granary and Provision
CORNING, N. Y.
c:. mt. eixi4i,
WHOLESALE AND RETAMALER
in all kinds of
Wines, Liquo) and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIOREEN &
CANNED ERU?S AND
WOOD & WILLO
CHILDREN'S CARRIES, CABS &
A full and complete attment qt, the above
mentioned goods of the qualitj , "always on
Particular attention pa to Fho Oroceries
Dealers and Consumers wiltind it to their in
threat to examine his StoeXefore
Corning, N. Y., March 3i 18.894
TO THE FAIOIORS OF
lAM now building at ray manufacti, in Lawrence
villa, a superior
which pouseseas tho following advan)elidvor author
1. It separates rye, oats, rat 1 itter foe I.seeds , nd
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yxlw seod, nod all
other seeds, perfectly.
3, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does all other separating re •ed of a mill.
This mill is built of the best and lost durable tim
ber, In good style, nod is sold the for cash, or pro
I will fit a patent ,sieve, for setating oats from
whent,to other milts, on reanonablermn.
,1869, FOR SALE.
AT Hls NURSERY OF SUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, t TIOQA
60,000 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A good supply of PLUM, CH, CHERRY,
and O.R4AMENTAL TREES OSEIRUBBERY.
Tho Fruit trees aro composoi of tho choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some °Ahem largo and
in bearing. Any one wishing get a supply
will do well to call and sea my,tock before pur
chasing olsowhere. sitY- Dolivred at the depot
Tioga, Fob. 28,1888:4y*
To Lovers of Goid Stock.
TSTILL continue to keep Alderney Bull
for improvement of lSillkitg Stock. Re will
bo part of a season in Middlolury, and- balance
of the time at Wellsboro.
I have,for Salo, 1 Devon bnl, pure blood, 2
years old. Also 2 grade Allerney Bulls,
blood, 1 year old.
I would call attention to mytlhester County
White Boars—Uncle Sam and •.oung America.
Uncle Sam will remain at lliid4lobury—Young
America at Wollsboro.
Those wishing good Stock iloaso-giro zno a
call. Lee. BENNET.
Wellsboro, May 5, 1869-tf. ;
House and Lot foi Sale.
11113 - OIISH and Lot, and vacant lot for °solo
cheap. Location Wolloboto, and deciral)lo.
Imitate at the Agitator Moe.
Oot. 28, 1808—tf.
MORE NEW GOODS!
John IL Bowen
JS now rOcoiying a largo and complete assort
moat of Fall C Winter
bougbt sinco tho Into doelino in Kim in Now
York, consisting of
rOPL EP 37 4 14-C:1; 4 40)
erroceris, Hats & Caps, toots & Shoes;
. 'Particular attoution is hlvitetl to Our Stock of
ZADETA =_Z3go 040:0g
Gaiters and Hoop Skirts ; also a nice
line of TEAS, New Crop, very
fine at reduced prices,
A lino assortment of Ladies FURS, very cheap,
all of which will be sold at the very lowest mar
ket prices. - We respectfully invito all to call and
examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Empire Store, No. 1 Union Block,
- Wollsbora, Oot. 21,18118.
RIP SHE GOES !
F OR s CASH, wo will sell FEED at. tboso pri-
Very best Rye 1c• - • Oats, Cround
Best imported Peed, . 2,25 "
Best Common Reed, . . 2,00
Cow Peed, 1,75
Tho 0)0110 goods, at the above prices, arc
strictly cash !
We don't mix sand in our recd.
We haven't a Plaster Mill epanevted with our
Flouring Mill !
Our Feed is pure! WitTO BAILEY.
Wellshoro, Jan. 20, ISO 9.
K. Krnson. \V. d. Kriteti* F. 1). Pease
WOULD announce to the public that they
aro now receiving a lull and complete iv
DRY GOODS 9 .
Notions; Carpels, Furs,llals, - Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, C'rodery,
Hardware, Stoneware, c(e.
which they are prepared to <cll for ear , b, or ex
change for Country Produce, at rates which defy
Westfield, Dec. `, f
The subscriber offers for sale the following
property, situated in Covington township and
borough, Tioga county, Pa.:
58 acres of land in Covington tp., wa William
son Road leading to Illossburg, 4 miles there
from and I mile from Covington borough, about
20 acres improved, a good frame bau..e, barn and
other outbuildings thereon. Also, Sawmill:S:lA
Factory, and Shingle Mill ; and water pri; ;lege
thereon. Also, two apple orchards of ISO trees,
mostly choice fruit, and about half bearing trees
—lB plum trees, 12 Cherry, VO Currant luvdie:. , ,
red, white, and black, 4 Crabs, 10 bearing Grape
Vines, 12 Pear, and Peach and Quince.
Also—a Timber lot, 349,8 arses, T; of a mile
from Sash factory and Sawm ill. Timber, pine,
oak, basswood, chestnut, ash, beech, birch, maple
and hemlock. Also—a lot idtho village, adjoin
ing Gerould's orchard, fronting on Williamson
road and railroad, containing about an acre, a
2-story House, outbuildings, fruit trees and a
good well of water thereon.
Also—another village lot, fronting on William
son road, 60 foot front by about 200 deep, and
anMber lot fronting on said road, 1141174 feet.
For further particulars inquiro of DAVID ;•- 1
IRELAN, Sr., or S..J IRELAN, Covington, Pa
April 21, 13(1—tf.
Read 'I Read s
Maim) & Hamlin Cabinet
, GLASS &
Together kith the ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN
and MELODEONS, can be advantageously pur
4.4, V/ WI A p
HAVING obtained the agency from the man
ufacturers of the above named instruments
we have the facilities for furnishing them at pri
ces to compare favorably with those of dealers
in either the same or other reed instruments.
Their reputation is such that scarcely anything
need be said regarding their being deArable,
having been awarded premiums and medals at
the principal Pairs and Institutes, both in this
and foreign countries. Many line modern im
provements, which are so desirable in all good
reed instruments, arc owned mid retained for
their exclusive use by the manufacturers of
these instruments. Hence it is, while they claim
strength and durability, together with 'volume,
and quality of tone equal to any, they excel all
other reed instruments, in the variety and com
bination of tones which can be produced.
INDIVIDUALS, SCHOOLS, C HURCII
and other organizations, wishing to obtain a
reed instrument, can be suited as regards '
styles, prices, &c., 47,c,
ALL INSTRUMENTS WA RR A NTED
01- Bond for a circular. ..4.1.-ff
Tiogn, Mardi, 17, 'tl9. T. A. WICICIIAM
FLOORING, CEILING, TVA INS C 0 T.
IN 0, 4'011 7- 6! UEDCI 0 0 I'ED,
with rapidity and exactnus, with our now Ma
chines. Try it and sco. T, VANlloltisi.
Welleboro, April 21,1869,
T O LAWY,FIR;7-
BANKRUPTCY . .BLANKS
in full setts, at YOU.gG'S BOOKSTORE:
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,
by M. A. DUMP
Wellsboro, Dec. 16, 1868.—tf
. NEW AND LARGE STOCK OF'
Just received by P, 11. Ivilliaius C Co. Tho
greatest and cheapest variety ever brought into,
town. Albums from 75 cts., to $2O each. Call
and see. P. 11. 11'1LLIAMS 47 CO.
Wellshoro, Due. 23, ISOS.
SITUATED on Elkßun, (lainds township
containing 125 acres, 50 acres improved. I
Said farm is wollwatcred, has a frame house and
barn and a choice apple orchard, and / is well
adapted to dairying purposes. Title good and
tormsoasy. Inquiro of Win. 11. Smith, WellB
- or L. L. RUSSELL, Dohpar.
PROM THIS DATE
VI ESTFIELD, PA.,
Farm for Sale
TO BUY SEEL IS OUR
`ATE will buy at tho highest morket price,
VY the following articles.
SHEEP PELT S, DEACON SKINS,
' DEER SKINS, FURS, RIDES,
AND VEAL SKINS,
for which wo will pny cash.
We will manufacturo to order, French or home
tanned CALI? or KIP BOOTS, in the bost man
ner and at fair ratss . , and pay especial attention
to REPAIRING. •••
IVo havo a first-rato stock of
on which wo will not be undersold, and from this
time wo shall make it a point to keop up the beet
to be found in the county, which wo will soil at
a lower profit than such articles have ever boon
offered in this region.. ,
We shall lilcovriz‘o keep up a good assortment
LADIES' BALMORALS, L E A-T II E R
BOOTEES, CIIILDREN'S tal D
MISSES WORK OF VA.
R lOUS STYLES, ‘
and all styles of MEN'S
'LEATHER tf FINDINGS
can ho bought of us as cheap as any whoro this
side of New York, and we shall keep a full Stock
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH. KIP, UP
PER, SOLE', LININOS, AND
Our stock of PEGS, NAILS, THREAD, AWLS,
RASPS, GLOVERS' NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES, ORI JI PS, with SHOEMAKER'S
TOOLS and FINDINGS, will be found the tar
gmt in the county, sl i d we sell for mall profite.
We talk business and wo mean business. We
have been in this region long enough to be well
known—lot those who know us try us. Corner
of Main and Grafton streets, opposite Wm. Rob
erts' Hardware Store, C. W. SEARS,
11 7 cIlsbaro, April 24, 18117—tf.
THE CHURCH UNION.
rarer hag been accutly enlarged to mammoth
proportions. IT 74 VIE LARGEST RELIGIOUS RAPER IN
env, WO/LI.P. I, lie )IMIIIng organ of the Union Move
ment, and opposes ritualism, close communion, ex
elusiveness and church Caste. I t is the only paper
Unit publishes Henry Weill Iteccher's Sermons, Which
it 4101, every seek, Just us they are delivered.— with
out linuliiieittion or cot teeth - di by his. It advocates
11 ,,,versta suffrage; a union of christians at the polls;
• i nd the rights of labor. It has the best Agricultural
Depaittiwnt of any paper hi the world ; publishes
, dories (or t he family,"and for the destruction of social
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WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
PLATED WARE, AND
CY GOODS, AT COS(r.
0. G. Clocks at
Gothic " "
Cottage " "
American Watches in Silver Hunt ng Cases a
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Wellsboro, April 22, Ga
Lilli INSURANCE COMPANY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
WASHINGTON, P.) C
Chartered by Speci'l Act ofCongiess
A pisnovEn Juby. 25, 1868
Cash Capital. $1,000,000,
tit A IiCIT OFFICE
First National Bank Building,
Where a 1 Corfilspondeneo should bo Addressed
CLARENCE 11. CLARK, President.
JAY COON E, Chairmen Finance ct Executi o Com.
llRsav D. Coors, Vice-Presiden
Eunnso PE r, Secrotaryand Actuar , .
B. S. It,ussram, Manager. ,
Circulars. pamphlets, and full particulars giv
en on application to Om Branch Office of the
Company, or to
R. C. SIMPSON, WELLSBORO, PA.)
by wriom applications will be received scud Pol
cies procured for Tioga County.
Dec, 9, 3868'--ly.
WASHING - MACHINE.
T AS. M. WILKINSON, of Charleston, having
t.P purchased the right to make and vend the
It. P. Jones Washing Machine in Tioga County,
hereby gives notice that the...machines are being
made n t Pan Horn's Cabiflot Factory, Washer°,
where they may be procured.
The best, cheapest, and most sensible - machine
(lASI' PAID FOR WOOL, BUTTER AND
CHEESE, by O. L. WILLCOX.
Juno 17 ' 1868.
N and after MONDAY, April Sills. 1860, Traint
leave Corning, at the following hours, viz:
12:35 a. tn., EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, for
Mural°, Dunkirk und Cleveland, connecting, will
trains for the West. A Sleeping Coach id attached tot,
this train at New York, running through to Mead
Ville without change. A Sleeping Conch in also at•
tached at Susquehanna running through to Buffalo. II
6,11 11 . m., NIGHT EXP.olaily for Buffalo,Dunkirkii
Cleveland, Dayton and Cincinnati, nothing direc ‘ ti
connection with trains of the Grand Trunk RailWayj
at Buffalo, and with the Lake Shore Hallway ut
Mkt, Dunkirk and Cleveland, for all points West find
NortioWest, and at Cincinnati with the Ohio and
..Mississippi Railway for the South and South-West.
to_ This train makes a direct daily connection with
all Linos to the West and South-West, and in provided
with the new anti Improved Drawing itoom Couches
peculiar to the Broad (tango, arranged both for day and
night travel, rtiuntng through to Rochester, Buffalo
and Cincinnati, and thus forming the ONLY DAILY
LINE from Now York, Cincinnati and the South•Wesr,
running through 800-miles without change.
6,30 NICHT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, fur
Rochester and Buffalo, via Avon.
10'15 u. m., MAIL TRAIN, Sundays excepted, fur
Buffalo and Dunkirk.
1,45 p.m., BALTIMORE nxiltuss, sunday.,,x.cipt.
au, (or Rao:l:alter and Buffalo, via A voit.
7,051% no, DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
• BIWA°, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Dayton, ClLlChinnti, and
•thu \Vest and South, counectsut Buffalo, Dun kirk and
Cleveland with the Lake Shore Railway for all points
West ivnit Nerth•West, and at Chid:masa with the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway for the South and South-
West. / Sleeping Concpes attached to this Train at
Ilornellsville, running through to Cleveland with.
7,10 p: in., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
1,30 p. m., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
5:25p. m., EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for the, West
4,35 a. in., CINCXNICA'rf EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Cunondaigua, at
Owego for Ithaca, at Binghamton for Sytacuse, at
Oreat Bend for Scrantou, at Lackawaxen for Hones
dale, at Middletown for Unionville, at Goshen for
Montgomery, at Greycoutt Tor Newburg and War-
Wick, mid at Jersey City with afternoon and oviMG
t t ntig
Tmim of New Jersu Railroad for Philadelphia, .
e and Washiceen.
10 t 35 a. in., ACOMMODATION TRAIN,
nOttug at Owego for Ithaca.
11156 a. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
(voting nt Waverly for Towanda, at Binghamton
for Sp cuse, at Great Bend for Scranton. at lAcica
nixon for Honesdale, at Middletown fur Unionville,
-- and at Itersc3 - City with midnight express train of
Now Jersey Railroad tar Philadelphia.
2.20 p.• tn., BALTIMORE EXPRESS. Sundays. ex
4,26 P.m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
Ana days excepted, connecting at Elmira for Clll/all•
daigug, and at Waverly for Towanda. •
7 52 P. m., LIGHTNING EXPRESS, Daily, connect
tig at Elmira fur Williamsport, Harrisburg and the
South, acid at Jersy City with morning express train
of New Jersey Railroad, for Philadelphia, Baltimore
GEO. 0. DERBY
12,20 F. m., WAY PIIIIIOIIT, Sundays excel)isii
.kW• A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
Passenger Trains on the Erie Rail Way and connecting
Lined, has recently been published, and can be procur•
ed on application to,the Ticket Agent of the Company
WM. lt. BAUR, 11. RIDDLE.
Accommodation—Leaven Illoastittrg at 0,15 a. tn., MUIR
Held at 7,05, Tioga at 7,41, Lairrencot illo at 8,26--
arriving at Corning at 9,32 a. at.
mail-4,oavo,imnesburg at 3,00 p. tn., Manafiohl at 3,40,
Tioga at 4,18, Lawroncovillo at s,oo—arriving at
Corning at G p. in.'
Mail—LeaveliCorn lug at 8,00 a.m., Lawriincovilli at
9,03, Tioga at . 0,45, Ilanntle Id nt 10,22—arriving at
11,00 a. in.
Ancommotlaron—Leaven Corning at '2,40 p. Law
roncovillo at 3,52 Tioga at 4.46, Maininehl at 5,30
arriving a lilossburg at 6,15 p. m.
L. U. SHATTUCK,Sup' t
TRAINS FOIL THE NORTE
Trains for Canandagula leave Elmira:is foliott s
Express [fastest train on road,' ...... .........
Way Freight,[passenger coach at LAC Ited3
On nod after Apr.:7.t, 1809, train 9 will at rive at
depart from Troy, as follows;
LEAVE NORTIIIV 4 A.B.D.
927 P. m.—Dally (except Sunday's) for El tn ira, Buffs
10, Canandaigua, Rochester, Ens!). Bridge and the
10 55 a. in.—Daily (excepttundaysi for Elmira and
Buffalo, vitt Eris Railway from Elmira.
21 A. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Raltimort
Washington, Philadelphia, dc.
952 P. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington and Philadelphia.
ALFRED K. FISK Li, RD. S. YOU \U
tynlSiipt.llarrishurg, tlen'l Pass. AWL
Philadelphia & trio It. R.
On and after Apr. 21$, lsoa Tr.+lns on thin Ito.nl
run as follows :
Blai I Train leaves Philadelphia
" " " Williamsport....
" arr. at Erie
Erie Express. leaves
" " .• Williamsport....
•` • arr. at Erie
Elmira Mail loaves Philadelphia—
" " arr. at Lock Haven
Mail Train leaves Erie 11.15 a th
66 " " Williamsport 12.20 aas
' 6 " arr. at Philadelphia 9:25 ain
Erie Express leaves Erie 0.25 P in
" 64 Williamsport... 7.00 aas
" arr. at Philadelphia 4.10 pui
Mail and Express connect wills Oil Creek andAlio.
gheny River Rail Road. Baggage Checked Throng)).
ALFRED L. TYLER, Clen'l Snli t.
. 1 ... 3,63
At Cory there la t junction with the
Erie, and CII Creek Rail Roads.
At Meadville with the Franklin and 011 City and
At Lonvittsburgo tho Mahoniny Branch makes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Clevoland and Pittsburgh Railroad.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland. Galion,
Marion, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting vat ions rail
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati.
L. D. RUCKER, Gun. Supt., Meadville, Pa
W. NAVLE, would say to his friend
.. that his Harness Shop is now in full Was,
and that ho is prepared to furnish heavy or ligh
on short notice, in a. good and substantial man
nor, and at prices that can't fail to suit.
The best workmen are employed, and none bu
the best material used. Call and see.
Dee. 9, 1868-Iy. G. W. NAITLE.
RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
0,1401 Pim. Agent
Ellossburg & Corning, & Tioga U. It
Trains will run as billows until further notice
Northern Centr4l;l2. E.
Atlantic and Great Western R• W
5.30 ) E.Npress 5.10
6,36 Mail 514
.12.19 Aolcommodation, 11.45
11.00 E.4prese 6.10
HARNESS SHOP Y.
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. 7. a pin
Atlantic fld Great Wester'n
ITIM GRP IT 3ROAD OUA;bk; ROUTE
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL,
Awl to all Pointßin the WEST and NonTB-WEsr
Dayton, Cincinnati, Louis.',
VILLE, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS 1"
CITY, MEMPHIS, NEW
Arid all points in the Sunni Soutlinest, aith
No Change of Coaches
TO-CLEVELAND OR CINCINNATI,
From any point on the Erie Railway., An ad.
vantage and CODVCIIiOTICO not offered by any
3 Tiirtouhu LIGIITNING EXPRESS TheiNa
B4g,gal,e Checked Through, and No 6IAYGE
from ono car to another, preve ting logs dr dam.
'rickets via this popular rout can be procured
at all oftiees on the line of the Erie Railway, a n d
REIMS & ABBOTT,
OPPOSIT DEPOT EL3IIE,I
• When purchasing ask the Agent fur Tickets
via. the ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN
W. B. STIATTUC,
Gcl. Ticket and Peas. Ag't, Cleveland, 0.
L. D. ItUCKER,
Jan. C., '69. Con. Supt., Meadville, Pa
->~ : ,_.
IHE tinders .ned, a practical fann'er, is offer
" lug this in plement to the farming public
with perfect co, ddeneo in its superiority to any
other rake in use. Tho teeth are oil-tempered
spring steel and :fully warranted not to break
with fair usage. 'By an ingenious arrangement
the loaded rake is easily discharged by a toot
treadle aind band lever, and the pressure cf the
teeth upon the ground can be exactly gauged
by the foot. h:very tooth is independeut of
every other tooth, and the head being movable
the rake adapts itself to every inequality of the
ground.' ft rakes clean, is simple, strong and
tasting. To try it is to htt'y it.
I ruler the public to the following persons who
,have the rake , in use:-
It. Toles, Chatham; Chancy Ackley, Clymer:
.IE. 11. Stebbins, Clymer ; J. W. Davis, Brookfield,
Isaac. Thompson, Kelsey Brway, Harrison Valley,
Pot ter County.
,;07.f.'•Orders (or Lis Rake maybe oddreed 10
Ine, at 'Westfield, iogn Co„ Pn.
June 9, 1869. ISAAC PLANE, Ag't.
Will cure the ASTHMA, lIRONCRITIS, BOOR
SPITTING, DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING. PAIN
and WEAKNESS IN-THE CHEST, TROUBLESOME
CQUGHING AT NIGHT, Sce. It will effectually re
move the Cough that, frequently fellows Measles, and
any affection of the respiratory organs, no matter 01
how long standing, or whatever the age oLthe person.
It acts as a specific, is j4urely vegetable, and is pleasant
to the taste. Its effect is soothing,. allaying the vie
lence of the cough, facilitating expectoration, quieting
the nerves and exiiiliratlec the system.
Mothers, Save Your Children!
No, child need die of CROLIP,)f this Syrup is used
in time: fhi.3 I'3 a fart demonstrated by experience.
No family should be without:this Syrup, as that fatal
disease, CROUP, comes like a thief In the night, to
steal away your little ones, when regular medical aid
cannot be optaincd,
Prepared only by
DAVID E. FOUTZ,
Pinning & Turning.
:13. T. VAN HO ,N,
ILTAILtNG got his new Factory in opciation.
I is nocr prepared to fill orders for Cabinet
Ware protniftly and in the best .tylo of ccorlttnan•
ship. Having procured a
he ie ready to dress b.onrde or plunk tcit Jispntc6
SCROLL-WOK & BE4CKETS,
.furnished tO, order. His machine ire of the new
est and mo:stitnproved patterns.
Shop oi:rnOr of Pearl'and Walt Sts, WELLS
Oct. 31,:1866—tf. B. T. 'AN HORN.
lir ' J. STICKLIN,
\, Chairmaker, Turner, am !
J t ' Furniture,Dealer, 1
SALT: ItOOM, oppot=ito Dartt's Wagon Shop,
Main 'Street.-- FACTORY in Scars ,t - WO
hams lq.voldry, second story.
OrderProlnptly filled and satisfactio,ilguaran ,
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
Wells4)r ; o, Jnno 12, 1867. .1. STICKLIN.
EKN-'OE,r. NOLA N ll:ectitk I
E E N , ; 101..1 5 E &OW% N 1).• SP •-k!
Fur doing a family .trashing in tho hrrt aid
cheapest inanned. tluaranteed equal to ary
the trbrlil ! IlaA all / the strength nt
soap iVith the Land and lathering qpiditics
genuihe CaAiled Try this splendid s6ap. oid
by the ALDEN CIIEMICAL WORKS, Nora
Front Street, Philadelphia scpt 2, 'IIS-I,y.
Tioga Marble Works.
11.1 L undersigned is now prepared to exe
cute all orderßifor!Torob Stones and Menu
meets of either r
ITALIAN OIL ItUTLA'AD
of the latest style and approved worktuansbip
and with dispatch.
He keep constantly on hand loth l‘itole.
Marble and be able to suit all who may N -
Vol'll4ll with heir orders, on as ,reasonable te_ti"
as can be obtained in tho conntl-y.
Stones 01.3 colored with rust and dirt eloanto
and tondo to took as good as new.
Valitahle ni for Male. ,
A fnrm of three hundred acres, with two ban-
dred and twenty...five acres improved. Sll
uated two miles north of Tioga Village, on the
Tioga River and Roilrood. 11'011 ;fathered, WI.
der a good state of cultivation, and good Land
ings. Also four hom , es and lots for sale in Tioga
vilingo. T. L. BALDWIN.
Tiurra,,Feh. 12, 15119-If.
Cabinet Cat-(1 Photographs, •
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finished in first-class manner at Spencer's Art
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