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AT TI;IE DOOR
The waters roll, quick bubbling by the shoal,
Or leap the rook, outfoaming in a bow;
The wind blows free in gushes round the tree, -
Along the grove of oaks in double row,:
Where lovers seek .the-inaidens' waning floor,
'With slip-step.bg,bt, and tip-tap alight,
Against the door. _
With iron bound, the wheel•rites roll around,
And crunch tho crackling flint below their load,
The gravel,.trod 14 horses iron-shod
All;oraekles shrill along the beaten road,
Where lovers come to seek, in our old place,
_ With , stip-satp light, undlip-tap
Pilo maiden's face. •
And oh! how sweet's the time the lever's feet
May come before the door to FCok a bride,
As he may stand and knock rth shaking' hand,
And learn,to hoar thoeweetest voice inside;
While there il.heart wilt lea to hear once more
The stip.step light, and tip-tap slight,
u Against the door. - ,L\
How sweet t time when ire aro in tint prime,
With chit ran, now our tare and ayu our joy,
And child may scanippr, "skipping wild,
Back home Nom school or play-games, girl or boy :
And there upon the door-atone leap once more,
'With stip-step light, 'and tip-tap slight,,
Against the door. -
Bo my abode, beside some uphill road,
Where people pass along, if riot abide,
And not ti place where day may bring no Paco
With kinolly'SMiles, as lonesome hours may Ode
But lei me heft' some friend-, welt-known before,
With stip-step light, and tip-tap slight,
' Agamertlie door.,
One argument m
in favor of aI ting
cheese by wholesale, is pilkhe fact that
that mode saves human 'lives. For of
ten with deepest Aorrowflo WC seolunia
ble, well-ssettning, devoted daughters,
sisters, wives, or mothers, drooping and
dying simply- from too severe. work.
Hopeful, ambitious, loving, 'or. from
seeming necessity, they. do,im amount
fir kind of labor for which 11 they-are
- not qualified, ot' \ 'for which
~ t ), h ey
not adequate stkength, or in condition
- of health unsuited. Ere long, sickness,
decline,. and death, remove those whom)
.no tears can restore to the embraces o'f
.those who sincerely loved them, but
who thoughtlessly or ignorantly allow
ed or urged•them to over-trax their
I recently found a man in Northern
Ohio with a large farm, who had made
his-eheeso for many," yeuN. His wife
and daughters were not in rugged
health. such men are "awful handy
to have about the house," but I fear
they ore too few, they are jewels when
found. Every son,. brother, husband,
fathee— every manly being should
seek to preserve the heiOth of those dear
ones, who are often too willing to spend
'and ho spent for their fatuities.
I have not seen, for the last year, any
statement of the .results of the Cheese
factories within your range of circula
tion. Such an exhibit is looked for by
many; with interest. Meanwhile, from
the census of Now York for 1805, I sub
mit the following statement of the lac•
tories there :
Clieod Factories reported in 29 count ies,
1816 ton county.
Cost of building's and apparatus,
Employed, males 713, females 794, total,
3Y to a factory.
424 factories report of cows milked,
304 ton falry.
Cost of labor
jv 10 tonfac ory.
pounds of milk,
2,K° pounds to it cow
pounds of olieC,o
If I cipher correctly, this would give
'289.1b5. to a a cow, which at 18 cents a
pound, would yield $52,20 from each
cow, besides her calf, the whey used for
fatting hogs, and the '' ". of the
One factory I visited in ehenango
county, where they give the year's pro
ceeds at - $55,000, shared among 35 far
mers, yielding $lOOO to each farther on
an average. The cheese did not quite
come up to IS cents on the year's sales,
and it cost from 2 to 3 cents to make it,
HO that the total receipts - were about 15
cents per pound.
Probably if the same persons, each
family. for itself, had made up that milk
into cheese, much of it n mild have
been between 2 and three cents a pound
less than under a system where with
less labor 2or 3 cents a pound were
gained to most of them. " Woman's
rights " were in no danger there, any
more than anywhere else, for the best
cheese-maker was a woman, who was
chosen head manager and " emuntail
ed " ti 3 a day and her board.
From these considerations, it seems
evident thatiwhen the distance is not too
great, and pen and boFs and teams are
plenty to carry the milk, cheese faelm
ies save, muki labor, preserve valuable
lives, and are profitable besides. Even
plenty of female help,
their labor may not he advantageous
finless they make an A, 1 article.
The factories are mostly owned by
stock companies, but the companies
are generally, and should always be for
convenience, safety, and harmony, com
posed of the very farmers who use the
building and...implements, thus making
it all a neighborhood aflidr.
How do our Northern Pennsylvania
cheeseries compare with those of York
State ?--./froiii'i..osc Republican.
An Ignorant Minis. tez
An editor and his friend, whose
church preferences were Batitistward,
had an appointment with a \gentleman
to meet them at FM - est, Ohio, where
"the arangements of the trains would
permit of a ten inintites' 'talk at It P.-
M., and enable the ,editor and his com
panion to return home in time fora few
hours' sleep. The pair arrived at mid
night, and two hours of broken night
before them. They walked over to a
refreshment saloon, and made a tolera
ble supper on German sausage and
crackers and , a glass of cold punch.
While thus engaged an 'hisi 11 uating in
dividual drew,) near, called for similar
refreshments, and having paid this del
icate compliment to the taste of the
to o gentlemen, sought a conversation.
Juste come on the train from the
Yes,' curtly replied Mr, Editor.
' Going North ?
' South ?' ,
'Staying over here ?'
' Seems like it.'
' Going to stay here'
. 1,- 7 - , 0. 1
' Going West, then 4-
' See here,' Said the fellow, afteit
momentary• pause; can't we amuse
' Amuse ourselves! how 7 ,
Got any cards:"
' Cards! what cards ? business cards?'
No, no—e.ards to play with.'
How play ? play what?'
‘' Why, cards—euchre, seven up, old
sledge, you know.'
Why yo mean gambling, don't.
you ?' exelaimed the man of the quill,
Of course I _
' Young man,' rdplied he, drawing
himself up and putting on much style,
I am a minister, and don't know ono
card from another.' '
You a minister! What church do
This was a poser. The editor realized
instantly that; though dressed in black,
he could not piss for a Catholic priest
or an EpiscoPallan, and that Presby
terians and Methodists, rather eschewed
such refreshments as cold punches; so
he promptly, and with some asperity,
to extinguish the impertinent bore,
responded, A Daptisti minister.'
Quick as a dash came the reply : 'You
a Baptist minister and --not know -one
-card from another! a of a minister
,you (C l' and walking otr, With au
expression of supreme contempt at ig
norance so utterly disgusting.—DitAW-
Elt, Harper's Magazine for September.
A wit says: "In Germany, When a
Paper snys anything witty, they kill
the editor ; and not one editor has been
killed there for three hundred years."
SMING Ofit AT COST
IN mg wuz_zimui aa
Will sell from this.date their entire stock of
PertUmery, Notions, Dye.
stiars, PaintS, Oils,
Varnishes, Glass, Putty;
Alcohol, Turpentine, Kerosene OH
Fixtures, &e., cte., Ar,e.,
AT COST FOR CASH
Positively no Humbug.
Wellsbefb',.March 3, 1369
GROVER &' BAHR'S
504 BROADWAY NEW YORE
Points of Excellence.
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Using both threads directly.from the spools.
No fastening of ,seams by band and no waste
IVido range of application without change of
The seam retains its beauty and firmness af
ter washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kinds of work done by other
Sewing Machines, those Machines execute the
most Iteautiful and pormirnent- \Embroidery and
rAY`Tho highest Premiums at all the fairs
Ind exhibitions of the United States and
Europe, have been awarded the Grover lc Batter
Sewing Machines, and the work done by tbou3,
wherever exhibited in competition. •
.17.grqbe very highest prize, THE CROSS
OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, was conferred
on the representative of the Grover & Baker
Sewing Machines' at the Exposition Universelle,
Paris, 1867, thus 'attesting their great superior
ity over all other Sowing Machines
July 28, 1869-tf.
Valuable Far»t for Sale
Afarm of threo)mndred acres, with two bun
dred and twenty-five acres improved. Sit
uated two miles north of Tioga Village, on the
Tioga River and Rallrocd. Well watttered, un
der a good slate of cultivation, and good build
ings. Also four houses and lots for sale in Tioga
viliago. . T. L. BALDWIN.
Tioga, Feb. 12, 1888—tf.
JAS. M. WILKINSON, of Charleston, having
purchased the right to make and vend the
11. P. Jones Washing Machine in Tioga County,
horoby gives notice that the machines are being"
made at Van /orn's Cabinet Factory, Wellsboro,
where they may be procured.
The best, cheapest, and most sensible machine
T AGENT for Kinney & For Sale.
fam Spring Wagons, all styles, also
for their light Carriages and Baggy Wagon§,
all made in good style, and from Jersey timb
and warranted in every respect, equal to .9
Made. Can furnish any of the above at the
lowest Manufacturers price's. L. C. BENN ' T.
Well:kora May 5, 1869-tf.
Farm for Sale I
IN Deerfield township, Tioga Con. ty, Pa., d
tulles from Knoxville and \2 mil, from Oce
eta, on the road loading from Kiser .ettlement to
the river. Said farm contains, 1i 6 acres, 130
acres improved; is table land, :nd lies hand
somely; has 40 acres of meado • which can be
mowed with a machine; is w •11 watered, and
welt adapted to dairying pu • .oses; has many
fine springs; timber hemloc . beech, and maple.
Comfortable dwelling 24 f.ot square, a 30x40
feet barn, cowshed 60 feet ong, granary, and a
young ap ple orchard ther.on. Terms easy. Ap
ply on t e premises, or . , dress , at Oceola.
July t , 1869-tf.
MO , RIS SEELEY.
I Notice • Collectors.
rfOLLEOTORS i the, taxes for 1869 are re
duplicate'kied to be prompt in collecting up their
and p ing over the same by the Ist.
of faeptember, yso doing not less than $lOOO
can be saved t the colnty.
Aug, 4, 188. 11. C. DAILEY,
Co. Treasurer. •
P. R. WILLIAMS & CO
Having formed a partnership in the Tin, Stovo
and Hardware trade, the undersigned have tho
pleasure to announce that they have, at a groat
outlay, addedi to the usual stock of the old stand
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete assortment of Bhelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT
MILL„ HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
,1 BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED.. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stock
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our line; and ail work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS ROA THE
Buckeye Mower & Reaper
WIT. ROBERTS. I
ROBERTS S.-.. BAILEY
Welisliciko , May 19,1889—tf.
rvr c 3
lIVICKHAM &., FARR'S,
CROCKERY & WOODEN
READY TO BE INSPECTED, AND
SOLD AT A FAIR PROFIT.
CALL AND SEE.
WICKHAM & PAlilt;
Tioga, May 12,1869.
WELLSBORq BAKED Y.
TWIRE SUBSCRIBER having established him-
JIL olf in the
• , •
'in this village, trait door to E. R. llimball'it
Grocery, is ' now'PreParairto eery on•the business
in all its various branches. I will keep con
stantly on hand an assortment of Bread, such
LOAF BREAD, BOSTON CRACKERS,
GRAHAM BREAD„. BUTTER
CRACKERS; 'R 0 'W . 44' I
BREAD, WA TER
CRACKERS, SUGAR ,
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA BISCUITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,
PIES, AND' LUNCH,
at all hours of the day, Sundays excepted,
By strict attention' to business shall endeavor
to merit the publio patronage. •
011 AS. STEVENS.
Wellsboro, June. 24, 1868.
WHOLESALE MG STORE.
T3URNETT'S 0000AINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES,' ROOK-
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested
to call and got quotations before going further
IDRUG STORE !
MBE subscriber will keep on hand at ail times
a full stock of
DI RCNANn MEIIIELCUII
Flavoring Extracts, Peifu teat,
Lamps, Wicks, Dye Colo s, Whit
Lime and Brushes, 7thaish
Sash Brushes, W ncloio Glas
all sizes, Yar ish f all
kinds, Fa cy Soaps,
Ha' . Oils,
Hair T 'h. Brushes, a full stoci,
Yankee lions ; also a complete as
sortment of -
Pure Wines and Liquors.
Buyers are requested to call and examine pri.
cos before purchasing elsewhere.
March 24, 1869-Iy. W. C KRESS.
EUT.TONHOLE OVER-SE MING
AND SEWING MACE NE.
THBgreatest invention . and the beat amving
Machine in the world. It has no equal as
a Fatailir,hiaohine. And
It is really two machines in one by a simple
and beautiful mechanical' arrangement, making
both the' nettle or Lock-stitch and the Over
seaming end Button-hole stitch with equal fa
cility and perfection.
It executes in the very best manner every va
riety of sowing, such N t i
HEMMING, FELLING, CORDING,
and in addition OVER.BRAMING. Embroiders
on the edge and makes beautiful Button and
Eyelet-holes in all fabrics. Every Machine is
warranted by the Company or its Agents to give
For further information inquire of P. KINGS
LEY, at R. o.tßalloystrin Morris Run, or of Mrs.
S. R. EVERETT, four, doors south of the Depot
near R. Fares Hotel, Blosshurg, Where the ma
chine may be tried, and initractions received in
using the Machine, by all those wishing to buy.
F. KINGSLEY, Agent.
Morris Run, Pa., Juno 9,1669-3m.*
ARDWARE. AND STOVES I
. CONYERS & OSGOOD
A M. o . n hand and are constantly receiving
every article neededin th this region of country,
SHELF HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL
NAILS, MIDDLETOWN A D
_ELMIRA SAWS, ROPE,
Cooking, Self-Regulators and Coal
and the justly colebratnd
T I N -NV :A R E •
No pains will be spared to meet the wants of
COpERB 44 OSGOOD.
Wellsboro, Jan. 6,1869,71 y.
CORNING, N. Y.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, *WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
W. D. TERBELL & CO
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1868-•ly
Wholesale and Retail
By W. C. RRIESS.
th Briishes, a Mai stock of
Wong; also a complete as
sortment of -
and a fall atOck of
INTRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
QUILTING, GATHERING and SEW-
HERRIN 0001 STOVE,
is, White Wash
Aida f all
John R. Bowen,
S now receiving a largo and complete assort..
I went of Fall Sr. Winter ' •
bougbt since the late decline in prices in.NeW
York, consisting of
GroCeries, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
Particular attention is.invited to our Stook of
1411111r.ki 0 MAL lig& 60023
Gaiters and HOop Skirts ; also a nice
line of TEAS, New Crop, very
fine at reduced prices,
Afitto assortment of Ladies FURS, very cheap,
all of urbielt will be sold at tho very lowest mar
ket prices. ite respeetlully invite-all to call and
examine my stock before purehasing elsorrhero.
Empire Store, No. . 1 Union Block.
Wensboro, Oat. 21,1888.
RIP SHE GOES I
FROM THIS DATE
FOIL CART, wo svlil aoll • FEED at these pri
Very best Rye & Oats, 'Ground
Mere,. . . $2,50 cwl
Best in ported ,Feed, . 2,25 "
Best Common Eeed, . . 2,00 "
Cow Feed, l.7s "
. . .
The above goods, at the above prices, are
We don't mix sandhi our feed.
We haven't a Plaster Mill connected with our
Our Feed is pure! WRIGHT & BAILEY.
Wellsboro, Jan. 20,1869.
Grocery and Provision Store,
CORNING, N. Y.
C. D. SILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED FRUITS AND
IT L 7 /2 Vial .4 _JD T .L 1 ,
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TS, &c., &c
A full and complete assorti*nt of the above
mentioned good's of the best quality always on
Particular attention paid to Fine Groceries
Dealers and Consumers will find it to their in
terest to examine his Stock borer° buying.
Corning, N. Y., Merck 31, 1889.
TO THE FARMERS . OF
Inow building at my manufactory, inwrence
-1 ville. a superior
whichbossesses tho following advantsgosover allother
I. It separates ryo,oats, rat litter, and foulseeds,and
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
3, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does all other separating required of a mill.
This mill is built of the best and moat durable tim
ber, in good style, and is sold cheep for cash, or pro
Iwill fit a patent sieve, for separating oats from
wheat,to other mills, on reasonable terms.
J. II MATHER.
UNITED, _ SECURITY
Life Insurance & Trust Company,
$lOO,OOO deposited with the Auditor General for
security of the Policy Holders.
Low cash Premiums.
Policies, Non-forfeitable by their terms.
Liberal Traveling Privileges.
Return of all Premiums paid.
Females Insured at same rates as Males.
home Office S. E. Oorner, bth and Ohesiant
St., Philadelphia: ,
Applications for Insurance may be made with
W. P. BIGONEY, General Agent, Wellsboro' Pa.
May 12, 11369—tf. e. •
AT THE NILES VALLEY STEAM •
• • 10,000 Bus. Corn,
' 10,000 " Oats, and any amount of
good wlleat. J. B. DIMON A Co.
Niles Valley, March 24th, 1802-tf.
• FOR SALE.
- A spdid stock of '
Picture F iume Mouldings
which will be manufactured to order at reasona
ble prices, at CLAY KING'S
April 14,1880. -- r Art Gallery.
Home and Lot for Sale.
lIOUSE and Lot, and vacant lot for sale
cheap. Location Wellsboro,snd desirable.
Inquire at the Agitator °Moe.
Oct. 28, 1868—tf.
New Millinery 1
MISS R. A. KEENEY begs leave to inform
the citizens of
and vicinity that she
has taken rooms over Borden's Drug store, op
posite the Post-Office, where she will be happy
to wait on all who will give her a eallllt
Particular attention pail to bleaching.
~ May 12,1869-tf.
1 0 LAWYERS-
in full Bette, at YOUNG'S BOOKSTORE.
ASH PAID FOR WOOL, BUTTER AND
WIRESJP, by O. L. WILLCOX.
*';''E'' , ..* - : , * 4 tem
TO BUY. STU Is o f
r BUSINEAV -
"UTE will buy at' tbei highest market price,
,V V Oci following articloi, '
SHEEP PELTS, - D EACON " SKINS,
~ 'DEER ' SKINS, 'TORS, HIDES,
, , ANP VEAt•SKINS,
for which we will pay cash.
We will manufacture to order,Fronch or home
tanned CALF or KIP BOOTS, in the host man
ner and at fair, rotas, and pay especial attention
to REPAIRING. -
Wo have a brat-rate stock of
on which we will not bo undersold, and from this
time we obeli make it a point to keep up the boat
to be found in the county, which we will sell at
a lower profit than such articles hove over been
offered in this region.
,We shall likewise keep up a good assortment
LADIES' BALMORALS, LE AT II E R
BOOTEES, CHILDREN'S' AND -
MISSES WORK OF VA
and all styles of MEN'S WORK,
LEATHER o• FINDINGS
can be bought of us as cheap as any where this
side of New York, and we shall keep a full stock
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH- KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, LININGS, AND
Out stook of PEGS, NA ILS,,TIFREAD, AWLS,
RASPS, GLOVERS" NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES, OR S, • with SHOEMAKER'S
TOOLS and FINDINGS, will be found the lar
gest in the county, and we sell for small profits.
We talk business.and we' mean business. We
have been in this region long enough to be well
known—let those who know us try us. Corner
of Main and Grafton streets, opposite Wm. Rob
erts' Hardware Store, ! C. W. SEARS,
CEO. 0. DERBY.
Wellaboro, April 24,1867-tf.
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Such a paper, Offering premiums of Sowing Ma
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1869. FOR SALE, 1869
B. C; 1111.0KBAlsi,
AT HIS NURSERY OP FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOOA
60,000 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A itcod supply of PLUM, WCH, CHERRY
and ORNAMENTAL TREES'IIc SHRUBBERY
The Fruit trees aro composed of the choice+ t
varieties, good, healthy, some of them largo and
in bearing. Any one wishing to got a supply
will do well to call and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. ;Mt^ Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Fob. 28, 1868-Iy*
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achnsetts and the Chief Justice end entire Bench of
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EVERYWHERE. Scud (or Circulars.
0. D. CASE & CO., ruhliaticre, Hartford, Conn.; No.
1 Spruce St., Now York ; Clucinatti, O.; and Chicago,
An old law-book, published many years ago, has
Just boen hastily re-issued as "a now book," without
even a suitable revision of its obsolete, statements.—
Do not confound that work with Chamberlin's Law-
Book for the People. [July 1.4,11301--42 m.
• Planing 6: Matching.
FLOORING, CEILING, WAINSCOT
ING, TONGUED & GROOVED,
with rapidity and exactness ' with our now Ma
chines. Try it and see. B . T. VANHOIIN.
Wellsboro, April 21,1869.
The subscriber offers for sato the following
property, situated in Covington township and
borough, Tioga county, Pa.:
58 acres of land in- Covington tp., on 11/1111am
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 thereon. Also, Sawmill s ,Sash
Factory, and Shingle Mill and water privilege
thereon. Also, two apple orchards of 170 trees,
mostly choice fruit, and about half bearing trees
—lB plum trees, 12 Cherry,.9o Currant bushes,
red, white, and black, 4 Crabs, 10 bearing Grape
Vines, 12 Pear, and Peach and Quince.
Also—a Timber lot, 340.8 acres, $ of a mile
from Sash Factory and Sawnpll. Timber, pine,
oak, .basswood, chestnut, ash 4 beech, birch, maple
'and hemlock. Also—a lot in the village, adjoin
ing Oerould'a orchard, fronting on Williamson
road and railroad, containing about en acre, a
2.story House, outbuildings, fruit trees and a
good well of water thereon.
Also—another village lot, fronting on William
son road, 80 feet front by about 200 deep , and
another lot fronting on said road, 114X174 feet.
For further particulars inquire of DAVID S.
IrtP,LAN, Sr., or 5..3 IRELAMCovIngton, Pa.
"April 21, 1869-tf.
BAILWAY TIME TABLES. ;
ON and alter BIONDAY, April 261.h.11369, Trains
will leave Corning, at t iro following bourse/Ix;
• °GING WEST.
12,35 a.m., EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, for
liullalo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with
trains for tin West. A Steeping Couch fa attached to
this train at Now York, running through to blend.
villa - without change. A Sleeping Coach it alto ut.-
Molted at Susiptehatina running through to Buffalo
6,11 a.m. NRIIIT EXP., daily for Ilitffdlo,Dunkirk,
.Dayton and Cincinnati, making direct
connection with trains of the Grand Trunk Railway
at Buffalo, and with the Lake Shore Railway at Buf
falo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, for all points West, and
North-West, and at Cincinnati Nrith the Ohio and
alitisitatippi Railway for tho South and South• West.
ter: Tian train makes a (llreZ:t ()ally connection vitlt
oh Linea to the West. and South-Went, and is provided
' with rho now and improved Drawing Room Coaches
Peculiar to rho Dread (tango, arranged both for day and
night travel, running through to Rochester, Buffalo
and Cincinnati, arid they forming the ONLY vatiLy
LINE from Now York,t)inelunati anti the South-West
running through td talks without change.
0,30 a. m., MOM EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for.
itocheator and Buffalo, via Avon.
10 45 a, tn. ' MAIL TRAIN,
Sundays excepted, fur
Buffalo and Dunkirk,
1,45 p. in., BALTIMORE liXPßESS,Stualaysexcept
ed, for Reciseeter and Blade, Via Avon.
7,05 p. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Dayton, Ciachnuati, nnd
the West undSoutli, connects at Buiralo,Duukirkand
Cleeeltind Willi - the Lake Shore Railway for all points
West and North. West, and at Cinclunatti with the
Ohio and dllastssippi Railway for the Southend booth.
Woe.. Sleeping Coaches attached to this Train at
Ilornellsvilio, running through to Cleveland with
740 p. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
1,3 Q p. m., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
5,25 p. re., EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for the West.
4,35 in., CINCINNATI EXPRESS} Mondays ex
ceptdd, connecting at for Canondaiguit,' 'at
Owego for Ithaca, at Binghamton for Syracuse, at
(beat Bend for Scranton, at Lael;awaxon for litotes
dalo. at Middletown for Uuiouvillo, at Goshen for
Montgomery, at Greycourt for Newburg and War
- VYleli, dud ut Jersey City with afternoon and evening
trains ul New Jersey Railroad for Philadulphia, Balti
more and Washington.
10,35 a. tat., ACOMMODATION TRAIN, daily, con
necting at Owego for Ithaca.
11,56 a. in., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting aWaverly for Towanda, at ltingliaioten
for Syracuse, at (heat Bend fur Scranton, at tarifa
waxen for Honesdale., at Middletown for Unionville,
and at Jersey City with midnight express train of
New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia.
*2.20 v. m., BALTIMOItE ExeitEss, Sundays:ex
4,26 p.m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
bun days excepted, connecting at Elmira bur Cantata
daigtig, and at Waverly fur Towanda.
7,52 p. in., LIGHTNING EXPRESS, Lally, connect
ing at Elmira for Williamsport, Harrisburg and the
South, Mid at Jersy City with morning express train
of Now Jersey Railroad, .for Philadelphia, Baltitnero
12,20 vi ail., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
hEir - A revised and complete "Pockei Timo Table" of
Passenger Trains on the Erio Railway l aud connecting
Lines, has recently been published, as canbe procur.
od ou application to.the Ticket Agent Lillie Company
WM. It. BARR, 11. RI BBL
Oon'l Pass. Agen t. Ulm') Supt.
Blossburg & Corning, & Tioga R. It
T.Lana will run as follows until further notice:
Accommodation—Leaves lilossburg at 6,15 a. in., Mans
field at 7,05, Tioga at 7,4l,•LawrencevilleJit 8,20
arriving at Corn i iiig at 9,32 a. tn.
Mail—Loaves Blostiburg at 3,00 p. tn., Mansfield at 3,40,
Tioga" at 4,18, Lawrencevillo at s,oo—arriving at
Corning at 0 p. m.
Mall—LeavesCorning at 8,00 a.m., Lawrenceville:it
9,03,Ti0ga at 9,45, Mansfield at 10,22-t.arriving at
Bloss.burg at 11,00 a.m.
Accommodation—Leaves Corning at 2,40 p. m., Law.
rencevillo at 3,52 Tiogn at 4.40, Mansfield at 5,30
arriving at Mossburis at 6,15 P. in.
L. H . SHATTUCH,S up' t
Northern Centrpl R. R
TRAINS FOR THE NORTH.
TralusforTanamdaguis leave Elmira as follows:
Accomodation at 6 20 a to
Express [fastest train on road] 12 20 p m
SLtil 7 10 p m
Way Freight, [passenger coach attached].........B 00 a m
On and after Apr. 25, 1869, train a will art i‘ e aud
depart front Troy, as follows;
9 27 P. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira ; Buffa—
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester, SnspAlridge and tho
10 55 a. la.—Daily (except Sundays) for limit a and
Buffalo, via Erie Railway from Elmira.
521 A. m.---Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimor(i
Washington, Philadelphia, S.e.
62 P. m.--Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington and Philadelphia.
ALFRED It. FISKE ED. 8: YOUNG
Oou'l Sup t. Llarrilurg, tien't Pass..‘ g't
Philadelphia & Eric R. R.
On and otter 'dept. C., 1800 Truius on tlit:t .1to:n1 iv i
run as follow, s :
Blatt Train leaves Philadelphia
" " arr. /It Eric
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia...
• •` an•. at Ent,•
Elmira Mail leaves
14 4' Winialll6ll(Mt...
" • " arr. at Lock Unveil
Mail Train Icavea Erie
" " "
" " arr. at
Erie Exit rciis loaves Erie •
'• " ••
" " nrr. of Philadelphia....
Elmira Mail, harts Lock Unveil...
` arr. at Philadelphia...
!tuft& Isipt•e9a, leaven Williatuvort
urr.nt• Philadeli.lita .4 24 a la
Mail and EgitireAh ronnecl. with Oil CI pp); 'mil Alla
glien y ! Liver Riiii !thud. Ltag.ga 14P Cite( h T algh.
ALFRED L. TSLEE, Gen'l Sni.l
Atlantic and Great Western rt• W
WETTWARD BOUND. EASTWARD llomsn,
Mail ' 6.30 Express 6.10
Accommodation 6,35 Mail 5.51
Express 1 . 2.19 Accommodation, 17.1 G
Express ' 11.0(1 Express, o.lu
At Cory there Ss a Junction with the Philadelphia 3:
Erie, and Cil Creek Mail !toads.
At Meadville with the Franklin and Oil City an
At Leavittaburgo tbo Muboniny Manch niabeb a di.
rent route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad.
Tho Road passim through Akron, Ashland, Cation,
Mai lon, Ul l / 1 11111 and Dayton, intersecting car ion rail.
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati.
two INSIIRANCH COMPANY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Chartered by Spect'l Act of Congress
APPROVED JULY 25, 1868.
Cash Capital. $1,000,000,
PAiID IN: FULL
First National Bank Building,
Where all Correspondence should be Addressed
CLARENCE 11. CLARK, President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance. Executive Com.
HENRY D. CooKE, Vico-President.
EuEnsou W. PEET, Secrelaryand Actuary.
B. S. RUSSELL, Manager.
• Circulars. pamphlets, and full particulars giv
en on application to the Branch Office of the
Company, or to
R. C. SIMPSON, WELLSnon°, PA.,
by whom applications will ho received and Poli
cies procured for Tioga County.
Dee. 9, 1868-Iy.
HARMS 8110 P
NAVLE, would say to his friends
G that hii Ilardess S op is now in fall blast,
and that he is prepared to furnish heavy or light
on short notice„ in a good and substantial man
ner, and at prices that can't fail to suit.
The beat workmen are employed, and none but
the beet material med. Call and see.
Deo. 9,1888-Iy. G. W. NAVLE.
Atlantic and Great Western
ERIE It AILWitY,S,
Will! (MEAT DROAD (WAGE ROUTE
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, CHICAGO,
M I LIVAUKEE, ST. PAUL,
And to all Points in Ow 'WEST 11114:1`1011T1I-WESP
Dayton, Cincinnati, Louis-
ViLLE, ST, LOWS, KANSAS
CITY, MEMPHIS, - NEW
And all points in the South,& Santbwegt, w i t h
No Change of Coaches
TO CLEVELAND OICCINCINNATI, •
Frisni any point nn the Erio Railway. An ad
vantage and convenience not offered by any
0 Tnitouon LIGHTNING EXPRESS Ttunis
Baggage Checked Through, and No CIIANOE
front oail ear to another, proventiug, loss (..r data.
age. I ,
Tickes' via this popular route can ho procured
at all othees on the lino of the Erie Railway, Had
nr,l3ltS & .8.13130TT,
0rp04 . 17 .D.epol"ELlfittA.
When purchasing aelt the Agent for Tickets
via the ATLAyTIC ,k GREAT 'WESTERN
W. B. SIIATTITC, -
(len. Ticket and Pose. Ag't, ClevOland, 0.
L. D. ituelsiat,
Jan. f , 'll9. Gen. Supt., lkleadvlie, Pa
Mason ct, Hamlin Cabinet
Together with the ESTI?,Y COTTAGE ORGAN
end MELOIIEOIsIB, can ho adventegeoesly per
Ipr AVIN obtained the agency from the man.
ufacturors of the above named instruments
we have the facilities for furnishing them n'Ppri
'CCH 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 destraMo,
having been awarded premiums and medals at
the principal Fars and Institutes, both in this
and foreign sou tries. Many fine modern,
provenience, which aro so desirable in all good
toed instruinOts; are owned and retained 'for
their exclusive use by the manufacturers of
these instruments. Ilene° 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 cote.
Vitiation of tones which can be produced.
INDIVIDUALS, SCHOOLS, CHURCH
and tither• to obtain ,
reed hu suited 11:. regnrdA sit)
t.3les, 1.1 r.e,,,
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED
Sold for :I
NI a I 7. '69
FOUTZ ' S
Horse all Can Mem
..• This prepaiation, long and favorably
4 ,.,.. , 4-i,,, known, will. thoi•ouglily re-invigorate
43 . broken down and lot--spirited horses,
tt by strengthening l and cleansing the
,_ A , i stomach and intestines. I
••--, ..z..._ l Itis a sure preventive of all diseases
....""; 71- '" incident to this animal, such as LUNG
r a 5 , a a. (iLarii)E.ttS, YELLOW .
SVATERc . riE4VP, couGns, Dis- 4.1
TEMPER, FEVERS,V 0 UN 10 P. It. .N.•
LOSS OF APPETITE AND YITAL
ENERGY, itte, Its use improves ---N. ,t i k.YI
the wind, increases the appetite— ' t , i
gives asuma and glossy skin—and ' 1 )
transforms the miserable skeleton •••-- c., . .--
into a fine-looking and spirited horse. ••... '--. - - t...-•'; :-•-•••
. 9 2 ) p
0 30 p m
11. LI) noon
10 00 a in
, Sl.O n
i. 43 pm
1r" , X1 7 ,
0 1 0 p
I.ln a fa
:'U p iu
1:11 p ut
1; 50 7t in
S 4 , a in
quantity of milk and cream twenty
per cent. and make the butter firm
and sweet. In fattening cattle, it
gives them an appetite, lowerWtheir hide, and malsei
them thrive much faster.
7 15 p
12 20 a to
in all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Bleers in
the Lungs, Liver, Arc., this articleacts „.
as a specific. By putting from one
ball a paper to a paper in a barrel of
tidwill the above diseases will bfi eratii• •-
cated or entirely prevented, If given t
in time, a certain preventive and 7- t
cure for the Hog Cholera.
DiNID E. POIITZ, Proprietor,
For sale by Druggists ;mil" Storekeepers throughout
the linited States e Canatias unq South America
lit J. STICKLIN,
Chairmaker, Turner, and
't Furniture Dealer,
SALE 11.00 M, oppnsite //QM's Wagon Shop,
Main Street, FACTOItY in Sears 1. Wil
liams Foundry, second PtOry.
Orders, promptly filled and satisfaction guaran
teed. Fancy Turning done to order. i,
Wellshortr, Jntio 12, 1867, STICKLIN.
Tioga marble Works.
ITIHE underAgned is now prepared to exe
cuto•nil orders for Tomb ' Stones and Nola]
moots of oittsnr
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE,
of the latest stylo and approved worhroanshil•
and with dispatch.
Ile hoop constantly on hand 'both kinds of
Murillo and will bo able to suit all who may fa
vor him with their orders, on as reasonable ferias
as can bo obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cieunra
and rim ado to look as good as new.
Tiogn, Nov. 1, 18C7-tf.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF--
I N Tio,in County, hnd tilt Chrupest place to
buy in the world.
Agent for L. BOLLES d• CO'S DOSE,
ELMIRA SA TV FACTORY,
Elmira, N. r:
STOVES SOLD ON TIME.
Mansfield, : Nov. 25, 1565-ly. 3. B. KIFF
To the Owners of trnpatented Lands.
SURVEYOR OENERAL'S OFFICE,
HARRISBURG, PA., May 25,1861. J
N oliedience - 6 an e ttet of Assembl l yl, approved
the eighth (lay of April, one thtaiSi t itAl eight
hundred and sixty nine, 3on are hereby l notified
that the " County Land Lien Docket," contain
ing the list of pripatented lapels fAr Tioga
prepared under We Act of- Assembly of the
twentieth of May, one thettisand eight hundred
and sixty-ftmr;and the rupplement thereto. has
this day bet» forwarded Jo the Vrothenetary of
the county, at whose «file.° it may be ExalpinPi).
The liens can only be liquidated by the payoient
of the purchase (mny, interest nod fees, nod
receiving patents through Ole Department. —
Proceedings by the Atturppy I;eneral have been
stayed fur one
..year from this date, in order that,
partlee may Wain their patents without radi
(tonal cost. JACOB M, (301PBELL,
500 C014:4 of Peiploci: 11130) minted, for
which the highest mitrizot prico 'Vo
paid on delivery, at my Tannery, in -Wellsboro.
Jne 2, ISCA-tf. JOSEPII RIBEROLLI4.
CARD PRINTING--at Now York prices,in
Colors opplain, and out to suit orders, at
Tai AGITATOR ()Prep.
T. A Av 11,1 )1
To keepers of Cows this prepar,l
- is invaluable. It is a sure
ventive against. Hinderpest,llollotV
Horn, ctcl. It has been proven by
actual emperiment to Increase the