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I wood iouglit its° in otltuu,
With peaches fltt for eaten,
With sossago rneet,:nefrien,. • •
And can4ydates - n.,treeten,
When cheitnuts i 8 a fallen,
And 'beieltlnutaja 'so thick '
_ Ong'4;lVhtio 'would think of dye», '
Or ,even ) g,itien `sleqtle.
Ongli; tad rwoott net dye in the
['de rather bo a little buoy -
And pla.ivith an itigutrabber hot. •
TUE: SLEFX• Titu: • DEATH: ol'
PLANTS...73y heti the coldlweatlier comes
some plants die; and so go to .slop , for
SomeiiirintS always'die-in the', rat
Corn dies; so does,the bean-vine.
so do many other Plants. In order to
haVe_speh plants another year, we_keep
some Of their seeds to put. into' the
ground in the spring.
But some plants sleep in' the Winter.
Look at tree. ' Its• branches •are' ull
bare,- It seems as if it had no life hilt.'
Bdt, there is'llfe there, and - It will'sllo
itself next spring. its life' is; 'asleep,
ki. - ,t_ns I told you it is in tlieseed hi / iforo
it a put into the ground. Its sap all
Ftill in the pipes. The mouths the
ri•ois have . Stopped their busy: work.
tt -, hulls all, over the tree are asleep- iii
I heiz "w inter,crad les." 'Pin! wind
:0111 forth, • hut .ftivor f
ii.ow much-Jiro there is asleep in that
tvee The buds are-all there which_ are
to make all that you will see on. it
the next summer. -They- are covered
iiil?:tugty from the cold in their winter
e 0,05., The little things are very still;
hut they are alive. They . orily want a
wayrn ~z un to make' them show , it.", As
soon in the spring as they feel the
warmth through their coats, they begin.
to swell, as I haVe 'told you; and soon
ope 4 their Coats and go to..work to make'
leaves, and flowers, and flints. Agreat,
work they do - after their ,long" sleep.
Look up intoa tree in summer and see
how these leaf-buds have filled' , e_very:
branch -with leaves. You eau- -hardly
believe thati it is the same tree that you
stov su hare'in the winter: -
;;nine plants`die down to the ground,
th,?.ie'roots live through the winter.
Von know that this is the way' With,
0.11413 and dafliatils. They come tip - in
the spring from' the roots that have,
been in the ground all the winter.: tie,
too, do the beautiful crocuses, that peer,
up so early in — spring that they often
get covered with snow. The roots of
grass, too, live in the earth through the
winter. d .;
The life i n these roots is asleep through
the winter, ust as it is in the trees nnd
hu-dtes., Their little mouths do Liiot
drink up any sap. How much life
I here is asleep in the winter covered up
in the earth I - - '
What do you think becomes of all the
leaves that fall, and of• all the plants
that, die in the autumn? They are not
lost. They decay and become a part* of
the earth. A great deal of the ground
under your feet was once in the shape
of ,ttllits, and leaves, and tlowlers. And
now the roots suck up from it,, sap to be
tirade into the same shapes again. So
you see that the dead plants and leaves
of one year are used in making the
plants and leaves of the years that come,
after.—Child's Book, of _Nature.
A good old Massachusettadoetor mkt
NeMon in the street one day. After
the uuttl salutiouil, the doctor began to
" - Why, doctor," s,ait.l the sexton, `!you
li.avo got a cold. How long have you
had that ?"
"Look here, Mr. Sexton" said the
doctor with a show of indignation,
"what is your charge of interment'?"
"One dollar," was the reply.
"Well," continued he, "just coine Into,
my.olllce, and I will pay it. I don't
want io hav6 you around, do anxious
about niy health."
The :•exton vats even with hilit,lkww
ever. Turning round to the do .tor, he
: r .
Doom., I eatinnt attbrel to l, bury
yet. 11u5-iliess was never t,t)g,t)o(l as
ic been sinev yo 6 Legate praetiee."
A friend was traveling. over the l3os
. too andAl bully Railroad, recently, and
went into the sinoking car to enjoy his
- pipe. Billy Morgan was in the chair,
pretty well "set up," with whom the
conductor had considerable trouble.—
On arriving at Springfield," Morgan
made a motion to get out: seizing him
by the collar, he thrust him back 'into
his simt, with the- remark) that ho could
not ; et any ruin there.
Leinme get out," said he to the con
t;torv" "Lis a marrar of great 'portanee
't get out—'tis a fortune to me."
"Ilow so'?" asked the conductor.
"Why, - you see," replied Morgan, "'f
- 1 - gut out and take on'y two'glasses mo'
i s h:;:.) glasses I shall own the wholnra'-
'4 farmer's son had for a long time
been ostensibly studying Latin in a pop ! .
altar academy. The farmer not being
~a tistied with the course of the young
Illopeful, recalled him from school, and,
placing him by the side of a cart, one
day, taus addressed him : " Now -Jo
a!pli,here is a fork, and there is a heap
of nu mire and a cart; what do you call
them in Latin?" " Forkibus cartibus,
et ma iuribus," said 'Joseph. "Well,
110 W," said the old- man, il you .do
not take that forkibus pretty ickibus,
and pitch that manuribus into that
Cartilius, I will break your lazy baeki
bus." Joseph got to workibus forth-
A Dutchman once met an Irishman
on a lonely highway. As they met,
each smiled thinking he knew,tho oth
er. Pat on seeinghis mistake, remark
ed with a lOok of) disappqintment.
" Faith, an, I thought it was you, an,
you thought it was me, an, it's nathur
of us.''"rhe Dutchman replied :
" Yaw, dat ish dhru ; lam anuder man;
mid you ish not yourself : we poth pe
ionic other podies.'
Professor 8. 7 -----, the ethinent . elec
trician, was traveling lately in the cars,
when a man came up and asked him
for his fare.
" 'Who are you?" said B.
"12 my name is Woad, I am a con
" Oh," said the professor, very quiet
ly, " that can't be, for wood is a non
When a Scotch had
nelghbor that he had preared two
ho firs and a half the_ day, b fore, the
neighbor said to him :
" Why, minister, were you not tired
to death ?"
Aw, na," said he, " I was ns fresh
as a rose; but it would have doneyOur
Ilona good to see how tired the congre
gation was." -
During a recitation on natural his
tory in one of our well known colleges,
a student, in the pursuit of knowledge
concerning the habits of animals, said:
" Professor, why does a cat,• while
eating, turn her head first ono way, and
(lien the other."
. 4 For the reason," replied the profess
or, "that she cannot Om it both ways
The art of economy is dr:living in as
much as one can, but unfortunately
young ladies - will apply this "drawing
in" their own bodies when they wish
to nvoid anything like a waist.
A New England writer says 'that It
has been found that negroes can be bet
ter trusted than white rnen,.not to be
tray secrets. We suppose this is upon
ti principle that they always keep
It is undeniable, says Prentice, that
in America it takes three to make a
psir—be, , sbe and the hired girl: g ad
edam baton modern, there would have
been , a hNed" girl in Paradise to look
niter Abel and "raise Cain."
MED - 10AI, AADVICE
Is erc"—ulte;i'xperials;e, but tbis you
• • , • 1 the tending.' -
If by accident; you get 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 sti f fness of the limbs, ;•,r with
'severe pain, or painful swellings like Neu
ralgia and inf/amatory Rheumatism, then
, • SALUTIFER
1 )011 means. Apply,it quickly so as 1101,1'0
leave it open to the air; and use it according
to directions on the bottle.
• If you have Sore Throat, or Quinsy, or
Felons, or Croup, o Pleurisy, or Chilblains,
or any of these disorders that require an
outward }remedy, then
IS what you want, far it has proved a bless
ing to thousands.' = Although Jit is reckbned
to be one of thestiongest inecZicines ; yet it is
so safe that even a child may Icandle ( - 6 use it.
Kept constantly on hand for immediate use,
'will certainly prevent much su,ffering, and
may save life. ,
if you are prudent and economical, and
desire. to save expense; then remember that
Is found to be a saving of more OWL $lO a
year in all families that use iit.
/Al• Tor sale by all Druggists. -‘iSrbolosale
Depot 252 Greenwich St., New York.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUG STORE !
"Ay w. C. K.RESS.
THE subscribertrill keep on band at all times
1 a full stock of
'DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Flaiwring Extracts, Penfumery, Kerosene,
Lamps, Wicks, Dye Colors, White Wash
Lime and Brushes, Varnish and
Sash Brushes, Window Glass
all sizes, Varnish of all
kinds, Fancy Soaps,
Hair Oils, . .
Hair and Tooth Brushes, a full stock of
: Yankee Notions; also a complete as
and a full stook of
Pure Wines and-Liquors.
Buyers are requested to call and examine pti
eras before purchasing elsewhere.
;larch 24, 1289-Iy. W. C.KRESS.
11ANS, & CAPS;
BOOTS & SHOES,
READY TO BE INSPECTED, AND
SOLD AT A. FAIR PROFIT.
CALL MID SEE.
• WICKHAM it FARA.
Tloga, Ditty 12, 1869.
1 A N D A' lit DIVAIt EI
Having formed a partnership in the Tin, Stove
and Hardwire trade, the undersigned harp the
pleasure tionntirtnce that they have, at a l great
outlay, added to the usual stockof the old stand
MAIN STREET, itVELLSII9RO,
a complete assortment of shelf Ifarilware,
of which we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X OUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGgs,
BITT-STOcKS, JIATOIIETS, CHISEL:
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, .WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS,. HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
• Sr, BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also,• PISTOLS,
• POWDER AND
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for nice. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stook
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our line ; and all Ivork to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOR THE
Buelkeye. Blower & Reaper.
R. O. BAILEY.-
1 - 2.012M1M2 TIA 111.PV
Life Insurance gr. Trust Company,
of ,t. ennsylvania.
$lOO,OOO deposited with the Auditor General for
security of the Policy Holders.
Low cash Premiums.
Polioios, Non-forfeitable by their terms.
Liberal Traveling Privileges.
Return of all Premiums paid.
Pomales'lnsured at same rates as Males.
Home Office S. E. Corner, sth and Chestnut
Applications for InSurapco may be made with
KY. B MONEY, General Agent, Trellsboro' Pa.
Having boon to much expense in fitting up
another Green House, giving more room for
large pots, I flatter myselftbat no Green House.
can make a bettor show of
RARE AND THRIFTY PLANTS, '
Dahlias, Rues, Verbeniai, Fettling's, Geraniums,
all•sorts ; Basket Plants, all sorts; Hanging ,
Baskets, new patterns; Beautiful Bego•
nine, Cape Jessamine, 'Carnations,
Cissua, discolor; Pelargoniums •
in variety, 456 c. Ac. Ac. ,
New Crimson Cluster Tomato Plants ' and all
sorts in pots br by the dozen. All kinds of Cab-.
bage Plants, Egg IPlants, Asparagus Roots
(two years - old) Sago Roots, Celety; Dwarf„
White Salad, Cauliflower, Thyme.
All kinds of early Vegetable plants ready Ist
of April, at the Green Houses and at the store
of McCann do Mix, ?demur's Now Block.
Having employed one of the most experienced
Florists' htoill at all times give any informa
tion to customers on the mode of propagaticin
and cultivation of Plants.
This Spring's Catalogue will be sent to all that
may deal& and, write for it. I invite all to
come and see my Houses, Plants, Ac„ for them
selves. With gratitude I acknowledge past
_gar-Bouquets will be found at the store of
McCerin & Mix. every morning, Sundays except
ed ; 86 to 60 cents each.
Towanda, Pa., Mar. 3,1869-6 m.
_NT' Orders left at Wm. Roberts's Hardware
Store, Wellsboro, will receive prompt attention.
• The Rest Stock ,of
Flour , •
FEED, MEAL,' PORK, PROVISIONS,
in Wellsboro, can be found at
M. B. PRINCE'S.
'A choice lot of OLOV.ER and TIMOTHY SEED,
'besides all kinds of ORDEN and small FIELD
SEEDS, SEED !POTATOES, Ac.., at
Yorecan got cash for year
EGGS, BEANS, POTATOES, GRAIN,
BEESWAX, &e., AT
• N. 'B. PRINCE'S.
March 31, 1869.
WILL stand the present season is follows :
Mondays and Tuesdays, forenoons, at the
stable of the subscriber; Main:burg. t
Tuesday afternoons, at Brundage's Stables,
Wednesday's at Graves's Covington.
Thursdays at Cherry Flats.
Fridays at Whitneyville.
Saturdays at Fellow's, Wellsboro.
B.A. FISH, •
May 12, 1869-2 m. Proprietor.
500 Cord s of Hemlock Bark, Wanted, for
which the highest market price will be
paid on delivery at my Tanneryoin Wellsboro.
Jne 2, 1869-tf. 10131/111 EIBEROLLTI.
i t IflE SUBSCRIBER having pstabi/shedhtm
j: cl fin this id; r,
BAKING :` BUSINESS.
in this villagei_next door to IL R. -Kimball's
Grocery, is nor- prepured.to eary oil th e business
l in all its various brandies.. -1 will'--teept- otin
'tinnily on band : an ussorttnent of. Er*, such
as • • _;
LOAF . BREAD,, - BOSTON CRACKERS,
GRAHAM.' BREAD, BUTTER '
B R RA - 0, WATE R,
• CRACKERS, SUGAR
CRACKERS, • • •
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA BISCUITS,
, OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES, ,
PIES, AND LUNCH,
at all hours of the day, Sundays excepted.
o lly sirietatteAtion, business shall endeavor,
merit the PRO110.1:10ZOnage. •
Wellsboro, June. 24, 1868.
WHOLBSILE DREG STaR.
CORNING, N. Y.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
CON9ENTKATED•MEDIpINE . S,
BURNETT'S ,0000AINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT I MEDIOIAS, ROOII
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDT GLASS, .
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS, --I
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Bold at Wholesale Prices. I3Vers are requested
to call and get quotations before going further
East. . .
W. D. TERBELL 00.
Oorsting, - N. Y., Jan. 1, 1868-ly
Grocery and Provision Store,
CORNING, N. Y.
G',.. MI. BALI_.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, , GREEN &
~ F RUITS AND
WOOD & 'WILLOW WARE, (LASS &
CHILDREN'S CAiRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &0., &o.
A full and :ooMpiete assortment of the above
mentioned goOds of the best quality always on
.Partienlar attention paid to Pine Groceries
Dealers and Consumers will find it to tieir in
terost to examine his Stock before buyin
Corning, N. Y., March 31,1889.
TO TUE • FARMERS OF
lAWL now bungling at my manufactory, in Lawrence.
villa. a suPerior
which pouesees the fallowing adVantsgeSover till Other
1.11 separates rye, oats, rat litter, andfoulseedband
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flat seed, takes out yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
8, It clears timothy seed.
4. It does all other separating required of a rain.
This mllll3 built of the best And most durable am.
bar, in good style, and is cold cheap for cash, or pro.
X will fit a patent sieve; for - separating oats front
wheat,to other mills, on reasonableterms.
J. H MATHER.
Lavrrenceillle ,June 16, 18694 f
1869. FOR: SALE. .1869 •
• BY u
B. C. WICKHAM,
T HIS NURSERY OP FRUIT AND• OR.
NABLENTAL TREES, IN TIOGA:—
60,000 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A good supply of PLUM, PEACH, ' CHERRY
and ORNAgENTAL TREES SHRUBBERY. ,
The Fruit trace are composed of the choicest
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in bearing. Any one wishing to get a supply
will do well to call and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Oilr• Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Feb. 28,1868-lye
To Lovers of Good Stock.
STILL contintie to keep my Alderney Bull
for improvement of Milking Stock. Ile will
be part of a season in Middlebury, and balance
of the time at Wellaboro.
I have for I , Sale 1 Devon bull, pure blood, 2
years old, Also 2 grade Alderney Bulls,
blood, 1 year old.
I would attention to my. Chester County
White Boars—AX/nole Sam and Young America.
Uncle Sam Will remain at Middlebury—Young
America at Wolisboro.
Those wishing good Stoek please give z)2041,
L. C. BENNET.
Wellsboso, May 5, 1869-tf,
House and Lot for Sale.
IOUSE and Lot, and vacant lot for aale
cheap. Location Wolleboro, and desirable:
Lignite at the Apidolor Ofhoo.
Oot, 28, 18884—tf.
John B. Bowen
4. • t
TS, now receiving a largo and complete escort
'.• went of Pall At Winter .
bought since' the late decline in prices in New
York, consisting of t - • .
coilesi:Eate &Parl4, 40043 4,Srf•
) ~•! = •
Particular attention is invited to our Stook of
aidiaang MEM ZOOM§
AND, TMMAgNGSi r •
,Gaiters and Hoop Skirts; also a - nice
line of TEAS, New Crop, very
line at reduced prices,
!A fine assortment of Ladies FUR% very oheap o
all of which will be sold at the very lowest mar
ket prices. We respectfully invite all to call and
examine my stook before pnrobasing elsowhot:o..
Anvil* Store, No. 1 Union Block.
Welleboro, Oot. 21,18138.
RIV-i - 8111' 1 '36cit4'iv.
FRO! THIS DATE
- VCR CASH, we will sell FEED at those pri
Very best Rye ' A „Cats, Ground . •
' hire, . . $2,50 cwt.
Best imported Feed, . 2,25 "
Best Common Eeed, . . . 2,00 "
Cow Feed,. , . . . • 1,75 " •
The above goods, at the above pricee,, are
etrictly cash !
We don't mix sand in our feed.
We haven't. a Plaster Mill connected with our
Floi ng Mill!
Ou4 Feed is pure! WRIGHT A BAILEY.
We labor°, jai, 20, :HOP!•
H. een. *. J. Kruger' P. D. Pease.
WOULD announce to the public that they
are now receiving a fall and complete as
sortment of •
Notions,' Covets, Furs, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Groceries, Proni4ions, Crockery,
Hardware, Stoneware, 4Ec.
which they are prepared to sell for cash, or ex
chnnge for Country Produce; at rates which defy
Westfield, Deo. 2,1868—tf
The subscriber offers for sale the following
property, situotod in Covington- township and
borough,,Tioge county, Pa.: , • '
58 acres of land in Coving ton
son Road leading to Blossburg, 4 miles there
from and 1 mile from Covington borough, about
20 acres improved, a good frame house, barn and
other outbuildings thereat'. Alio; Sawmill, Sash
Factory, and Shingle Mill and water privilege
thereon. Also, two tipple orchards of 170 trees,
mostly Aoice fruit and about half bearing trees
—l.O Flom creee, unerry, sv,thirrant
red, white, and black, 4 Crabs, 10 bearing Grape
Vines, 12 Pear, and Peach and Quince. I
Also—a Timber lqt, 819.8 acres, of a mile
from Sash Factory and Sawmill. Timber, pine,
oak, basswood, chestnut, ash, beech, birch, maple
end hemlock. Also—a lot in the village, adjoin
ing Gerould's orchard, fronting on Williainson
road and railroad, containing about an acre, a
2-stbry House, outbuildings, fruit trees and a
good well of water thereon.
Also—another village lot, fronting on William
son road, 60 feet front by about 200 deep, and
another lot fronting on said road, 114X.114 feet.
For further particulars inquire of DAVID S.
IRELAN, Sr., orfl..J IRELAN, Covington, Pa.
April 21, 1.369-tf.
Read 2 Read 2
Mason & Hamlin Cabinet
Together with the ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN
and MELODEONS, can be advantageously par
1/ 4 9 ,i.g WHOM. 4 1 4.111 D
iIAVING 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 game or other reed instruments.
Their reputation is such that Otiarcely anything
need be said regarding 'their beitilidesiriibie,
having been awarded' Oral:antis ritiadale at
the principal Fairs and Institutes, both in tide
and foreign countries. Many fine modern im
provements, which' are so deeirable in all good
reed instruments, are owned add 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 corn.
bination of tones, phial' can be produced.
INDIVIDUALS, 'SOHOOLS, CHURCH
and other organizations, wishing to ohtain a
reed instrument, can be suited as regards size
styles, prices, dc., &C.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED.
pr. Bend for a circular. -61 g"
Tioga, March, 7.'4 . '69. T. A. WIP)IIIAid.
Parsing d~ Notching.
FLOORING, CEILING, WAINSCOT
TONGUEP cE iGROOVRD,
with rapidity and eiaotnese ' with our new Ma.
chines: Try it and see. .13. T. VANBORN.
Wellabore, April 21, 186 g.
TO LAWYER S_
In full setts, at YOUNG'S BOOKSTORE.
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,
bir t M. A. DUMP.
WeDeboro, Deo. 18, 1868.
. I ANOT HER
NEW AND LARGE STOOK OF
Just received by P. A. Williams 4% Co. The
greatest and 'Anapest variety ever brought into:
town. Albums from 75 ots., to $2O sash.. Call
and see. P. R. WILLIAMS & CO.
Welisboro, Doc. 23, 1868.
Farm for Sale..
ITUATED on Elk Run, Gaines township
eontaining 125 acres,so aeres improved.
Said farm is wellwatere, has a frame house and
barn and a choice apple orchard, and is well
adapted to dairying purposes: Title good and
terraseasy.. Inquire of Win. H. Smith, Wells.
born, or, L. L., RUSSELL , Delmar.
: - ,-IP-, , Lit wl
B,U -I r SEL , L IS OUR
"MF 10 buy at , highest market pries,
the feltowing a ides. •
SHEEP,:' PEL T 8, DEACON. SKINS,
DEER SKINS, FURS, RIDES,
Joni - VEAL SKINS,. •
for *bleb ,we, will pay. oub.
We will manufacture to orderarenoh or bome
fionnetOitiAlvor.KlßßOOTß, in the but man.
ripiend at. fair roma, and.pay espeoial attention
A S 4',
We have a first-rate stoOk-of
IMAI(Y7 , IVIADS_I4IO4K,
on which we will not he undersold, and from this
time we shall make ft A tieing to keep up tho but
. 'LADIE'S 'GAITERS "
to be found in the county, whir wo will sell at
lovrev profit than 'such artiolos have over been
Miami in this region. -
We shall likowise keep up a ood assortment
ii i IJAD B IE O S OTE '__ UR BALMO_RA_ Ls t •
N'S Aria II p R
ES, I N
R 'S AND!
MISSES WORK OP VA I •
pious STYLES, • " •
, and all styles of MEN'S WORK.
LEA THE ' IVDINGS
;can be 4ought of us as ohea Where this
side of Nevi York, and we shat 14;7 a full stock
of - _
FRENCH CALF, F " ..KIP, IJP
''PER, SOLE, LININGS, -- mip
Our stook of PEGS, NAILS, THREAD, AWLS,
RASPS, GLOVERS' NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES, • 0,8 I ill PE, with SHOEMAKER'S
TOOLS and FINDINGS, will be found the lar
gest in the county, and we sell for *mall profit*:
We talk business and we moan business.. Wo
have been in this region long enough to bo well
knoWn•-•let.thoso who know no try no. Corner
of Main and Grafton streets, opposite Wm. Rob
'etts! Hardware Store, C. W. SEARS,
GEO. 0. DERBY.
IWallaboro, April 24, l8:67-tf.
THE CHURCH UNION.
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LIN IMMUNE COMPINY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
WASII/WaTON, D. C.
Chartered by Specil Act of Congress
APPROVED JULY 25, 1868.
Cash Capital. $1,000,000,
PAID IN FULL.
First National Bank Building,
Where all Correspondence should be Addressed
CLARENCE H. CLARK,
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance dc Ezeoutiie Com.
HENRY D. Coma, Vice-President.
Hamm W. PEET, Secretaryand Actuary. _
B. S. Mama., Manager.
Olrcnilars. pamphlets, and full particulars giv
en on application to the Branch Office of the
Company, or to
R. C. SIMPSON, WELLanono, PA.,
by whom appl i icatlona will bo roooivocl and POll
oleo proourod for 'Bogs County.
Deo. 9, 1869-Iy.
JAB. M. WILKINSON, of Charleston, having
purchased the right to make and vend the
H. P. Jones Washing Machine In Tioga County,
hereby gives notice that the machines aro being
made at Van Horn's Cabinet Factory, Welishore,
where they may tie procured.
The beat, cheapest, and most sensible maohine
ASH PAID FOR WOOL, BUTTER AND
OBERSE, by ' 0. L. WILLCOX.
RAILWAY - TIME TABLES.-
ER E RAILWAY.
ON and after II NDAY April 20th. Ma, Trains
will leavO Corning, at the following hours, viz;
1 11)INQ WEST.
12,30 a. En., MXPR SS MALL, Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk find Cleveland, connecting with
trains for the West, A Sleeping Coach is attaclied.to
this train at Now York, running through to Mead
villa without change. A Sleeping Coach is also at.
Melted at Susquehanna running through to Buffalo.
6,11 a. m. MOUT EXP., daily for Duffalo,Dunkirk,
Clovelami l , Dayton anti Cincinnati, making direct
connection with trains of the Grand Trunk Railway
at Buffalo, and with tiro Lake Shorn Railway at Butt
brio, Dunkirk'and Cleveland, for nil points West and
North:West, and at Cincinnati with the Ohio and
Mississippi Railway for tha South and SoutlitWest. .
Int.. This train makoo a direct daily connection with'
all Lines to the West and South•Wcst, and is providod
with the now and Improved Drawing Room Coaches
peculiar to the Broad (tango, arranged both ler day awl
night travel, running through to Roehestor, Buffalo
and Cincinnati, and thus forming tho ONLY DAM
LINE from Now York,Cincinuati and tho South-West;
running through NO miles without change.
6,30 a., in., _NIGHT EXPBEFIS, guadays excepted, for
Kochester and Buffalo, via Avon.
10 15 a, Ta., /JAIL TRAIN, Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo and Dunkirk,
145 p. in., BALTIMORE RXPRESS,Buudivaexcopt
od, for MelloGtorond Buffalo, via Avon.
7,06 p. ni., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Putrid°, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati, and
the West and South, connects at Buffalo,Duti kirk and
Cleveland with the Lake Shore Hallway for all }whits
West and North• West, and at Cincinnatii with the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway for the South and Soifth•
West. Sleeping Canaries attached to this Train at
running through to Cleveland with
i r et t m te;!. DAY EXPRESS, Sundays oxoptotl, for
1,30 p. to., WAY FREIGHT, Su ndays'excepted.
5,25 p. su,, EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for the West
4,35 a. tn., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Monday loit•
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Canondaigui ,1 at
Owego for Ithaca, at Binghamton for Siracusa - at
Great Bond for Scranton, at Lackalwaxen for lle es.
dale, at Middletown •for Unionville, at Goshen for
Montgomery, at Oroycourt for Newburg and M ar.
Wick, and at Jersey City with afternoon and evening . .
trains of Now J ersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Haiti
more and Washington. .,
10,30 a. m., ACO3IMODATION TRAIN, daily, con.
nectlng at Owego fur Ithaca.
(11',66_it, ra. ' DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Waverly for Towanda, at Binghamton
for Syracuse, afOreat Bond for Scranton. at Lacks
waxen for Honesdale, at 'Middletown fur Unionville,
and at Jersey City with midnight express train of
New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. - -
2,20 p. m., BALTIMORE EXPRESS. Sundays...ex
4,26 p. m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
nun days excepted, connecting at Elmira for Conan.
daigug, and at Waverly for Towanda.
7 ,80 p. m., LIGHTNING EXPRESS, Daily, connect
)ng at Elmira for Williamsport, Harrisburg and the
Sotith, and at Jersy City with meriting express train
of Nets , Jersey Railroad, for Philadelphia, Baltimore
add Washington. • . - ,
12,20 P. In., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
tar A rortee4 and complete "Pockht Time Table" of
Paseanger Trains on the Brie Rai IWO' and .connepting
Lines, has recently been palliated, and can be prochr
ed on application to.tbefficket Agent of the Company.
WM.. IL. BARB, W''' 11. RIDDLE,
(len'l Pass. Agent. OorelSup't.
11Lossburg & Corning, & Tioga R. R
Trains will run as follows until farther notico
Accommodation—Leaves Bloseburg at 0;15 a. in., Slane
field at 7,05, Tioga at 7,41, Lawrenceville at 8,28
arriving at Corning at 0,32 a. m.
Mall—Leaveaßloasbnrg at 8,00 p. m.,lslanstleld at 3,40,
Tioga at 408, Lawrenceville at s,oo—arriving at
Corning at B p. m.
Mall—LeaveeCorning at 8,00 a.m. - , Lawrenceville at
9,03, Tioga at 9,45, Alansilela at 10,22—arriving at
ltloes-burg at 1.1.,00
Accommodation—Leaves Corning at 2,40 p. m.,Law•
reaceville at 8,62 Tina at 4.40, Mansfield at 6,30
arriving at Bloesburg at 0,15 p.1:11,
Northern Central R. R.
TRAINS FOR TUE NORTII.
Trains forCanandagnialeave Elmira as follows
Acconiodat /on at 0 20 a n)
Express Leastest train - on road] 12 20 p In
Way Freight,[passougor coach attached].........B 00 n in
On and after Apr. 2i, 1301), trains will arrive and
depart from Troy, as follows;
927 P. m,—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira, Mara
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester, Susp. Bridge and the
10 55 a. tu.—Daily (except Suhdays) for Elmira and
Buffalo, via Erie Railway from Elmira.
b 24 A. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Baltimore
Washington, Philadelphia, 6.c..
9152 P. m.—Dally (except Sandays) for Baltimore
Washington and Philadelphia.
ALFRED It. FISKE ED. S. YOUNG
Gon'iFtipt.llarrieburg, Pass. Ag't
Philadelphia dr.,Zirio R. U.
On and after Apr. 2(3,1800 Trains on this Road wi
run as follows : .1 I •
Mai/Train loaves Philadelphia 10 45 p m
" " 11 Williamsport 8.15. a m
" ' " arr. at Erie ,1 , 9.20 pin
Erletxpreas loaveaPhiladelphla .1 11.50 noon
11 . 4 4 • Williarnapoit 8.50 pin
" " arr. at Eriel 4 10.00 a m
Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia 1 , 8.00 a in
.1 " " Williamsport 6.30 pin
" " arr. ut Lock Haven 1.45 p m
Mail Train leaves Erie mu a in
4 1 4 1 44 Williamsport 12.20 ain
" 1 ' arr: at Philadelphia 9:25 a m
Erlo Express leaves Erie 1 6.25 pin
4 " " Williamsport ..... 7.50 ain
" 41 arr. at Philadelphia. 9.10 p m
Mall and Express connect with Oil Creek and Alle
ghony River Rail Road. Baggage Chocked Through.
ALFRED L. TYLER, Gen'l Stet.
Athuitic and GreatWestorn R. W.
WESTWARD BOUND. EASTWARD BOUND '
Mail - 5.30 Express 5.10
Accommodation 0,35 Mail
Express 12.19 Accommodation, 11.46
Express 11.00 Express 0.19
ACCory there is a junctlon;, with the Philndelphia &,
Erie, and CII Crook Rail Roads.
AtMeadville with the Franklin and Oil City and
At Leavlttsburgo the Mahonihy Branch • makes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Galion,
Marion, 'Urbana and Dayton, intersecting various rail
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati.
L. D. RUCKER, Oon.Supt., Meadville, Pa .
G. tt,ll A s V hf rj a E rners ° .; l l l a d op y n
o t i o v i n h i ;ul f l r fl n s ti t 3
and, that he is prepared to furnish heavy or light
X -- Xistanaelsesea,
on short notice, in a good and substantial man
ner, and at prices that can't fail to suit.
The best workmen are employed, and none but
the best material used. Call and see. 1 -
Deo. 9,1866—]y. , G. W. NAVLE.
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. ERIE RAILWAYS,
THE ORFAT,BRO I AD GUAOE ROUTE
CLEVELANIk TOLEICIe, CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE, SY. PAUL,
Andlo all Points in ttio IVEsT and NonTn-Spear.
Dayton, Cincinnati, Louis.
• VILLE, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CI'T'Y, MEMPHIS, NEW
And all pint in tho South & SouthWeat, with
No - Change of Coathes
TO CLEVELAND OR CINCINNATI,
Prom any point on the Erie Railway,. An ad.
vantage and convenience not offered by any
3 THROUGH 14.0 'MING EXPIigSS THAINd
Baggage Checked Through, and .No C/lANOE''
from ouo ear to another, preventing loss or data.
Tickets via this popular routo can be procured
at all otlices on the lino of thciErio Railway, and
When purchasing ask the Agent for Tickets
vitt the ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN
W. B. SIIATTUC,
Gen. Ticket and Pass. Ag't, ClevelarA 0
• L.• D. RUCKER,
Jan, 6, ''MP. Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa
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ITHACA WHEEL RAKE.
MBE undersigned, a practical farmer, is offer]
ing this implement to the farming pub!it
with perfect confidence in its superiority to any
other rake in usc. The teeth are oil-tempered
spring steel and fully warranted not to break
with fairnsage. By an ingenious arrangement
the loaded rake is easily discharged by a loot
treadle and baud lever, and the pressure of the
teeth upon the ground can be exactly gauged
' ,tho font. Every tooth is independent of
ovary othertooth, and the head being movable
the rake adapts itself to every inequality of tie
ground. It rakes clean, is simple, strong and
lasting. To try it is torbny it.
I refer the public to the following persons who
have the rake in use t 1 •
It. Toles, Chatham; Chancy Ackley, Clymer;
E. 11. Stebbins, Op:nea t ; J. W. Davis, Brookfield;
Isaac Thompson, Kelsey Erway, Harrison Valley,
Potter County. „
.. ? ,1 - Orders for this Rake may be addressed to
00oe at Westfield, Tioga Co., Pa.
. 1 June 9, 1869. • ISAAC WANK., Ag't.
~ „fiviect,oll 4 ,
, IVY 7.-::tiz•k" =
Will cure the ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, BLOOD
SPITTING, DIFFICULTY OF BizNATHING. PAPI
and WEAKNESS IN THE CHEST, TROXIBLESOMR
COUGHING AT NIGHT, &o, It will effectually re
move the Cough that frequently follows Measles, and
tiny affection of the respiratory organs, no matter of
how long ; :standing, or whatever the age of the person.
It acts of specific, is purely vegetable, and is pleasant
to the taste. Its effect is soothing, allaying the yip
lenCe ofthe cough, facilitating expectoration ) (Aiding
the nerve., and the-oysters.
Mothers, Save Your Children!
No child need die of CROUP, If this Syrup Is tiled
in time c this is a fact demonstrated by experience.
No family should be without this Syrup, as that fatal
disease, CROUP, comes like a thief in the bight, to
tel away your little ones, when regular medical aid
July 28, 1689-1 m
Pla,ining & 'burning.
ITAVING got his now Factory in operation
JILL is now prepared to- fill orders for Cabinet
Ware promptly and in the best style of workninn
ship. Having procured a
S ngy to dress bortnie or it . lank with diBpatoo
S I CROLL-WORK BRACKETS,
furnisised tonrder. His machines are of the DOW
ost and most improved patterns.
Shop cornor of Pearl and Wain Ste, IKELLS
Oct. 31, Ip6o-tr. B. T. VAN HORN.
Chairmaker, Turner,. and
1 ( —"
SALE ROOM, opposite Marti's Wagon Shop,
Main Street. FACTORY in Stints 6 , Wil
liams Foundry, second story.
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaran
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
Wellsboro, Jnno 12, 1367. J. STIOKLIN. •
For doing a family washing in . the best and
cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal to any is
theworldl Ras all tho strength of old rosin
soap with the mild and lathering qualities of
genuine Castile. Try this splendid soap. Sold
by the ALLEN CHEMICAL WORKS, 48 North
Front Street, Philadelphia; Sept 2, '6S-ly.
Tioga Marble Works.
liE undersigned is now prepared to pixe
_cute all orders for Tomb Stones and Monu
ments of eider
ITALIAN OR 'RUTLAND MARBLE,
of the latest style and approved workmanship
and with dispatch.
Re keep constantly on hand both kinds of
Marble and will be able to suit all who may fa
vor him with their orders, on as reasonable terms
as can be obtained in tits country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as good as new •
, Valuable Farm for Sale. ‘ 1
A farm of three hundred acres, with two ban
dred and twenty-five acres improved. Sit
uated two miles north of Tioga Village, on the
Tioga River and Railroed. 'Well wattlered, an
tler a good state of cultivation, and good build
ings. Also four 1101150 S and lots for sale in Tioga
village. T. P. BALDWIN.
Tiara, Feb. 12,1868—1 f.
Cabinet *ChM Photographs,
and all special sizes, and finest styles of pie tures,
finished in first-class manner nt Spencer's Art
hfansfield, 3, 1869.
THE LARGEST STOLE OF
. AMC:VirtrIMS •
IN bu T y io i g n a ti ? Co e
unty, the Cheapest place to
Agent for L. BOLLES tf' CO'S HOSE,
Binklhamtnn, N. 17, and
ELMIRA SAW FACTORS;
Elmira, N. Y.
STOVES SOLD ON TINE.
Mansfield, N. .25, 186S-Iy. G. B. RIFF..
CARD PRINTING-:—at Now York prices, in
'Colors or plain, and out to suit ordors, at
Tam AQITATOB OPINE.
BEERS & 4113130TT,
, OPPOSIT DEPOT ELMIRA
Prepared only by
DAVID E. FOTITZ :
. 13altimore; AL
B. T. VAN HORN,