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The plain, good ruani, whey.° actions teach
Moro virtue than a sect, can preach;
Pursues his'course, unsagcly blest,
His tutor whisp;ring in his breast;
Nor could he act a urer part, • • ,
Though he had Tull p y :Libby heart ;
'And when he &or the a tear on tvoe,
Ito little hhetvo, cared" knew,
That Tpietetusthlatned that tear, • •
Byliaavcn approved, to virtue de4l.—.lloote
In Faith and ilopo the , world will disagree,
But all mat4iind o eon'eernad Charity
All must 'fitlso that thwart this one great end;
And all of God, that Mess mankind, or wend.
The drying up a single tear has 'attic
Of honest fame, than :liedd:ng r e of gore
AHA RD-SHELf. SERMON.. - 1 And he
passed to Shunem.'—The words of my
text, my 'hearers, you may find in 11
Kings, iv chapter, verse B—` and he
passed on to_Shunem.'
'Take to heart the lessons our text
teaches, awl when temptations try you,
pass on- to Shunern.'
And, Oh! my hearers—if you should
come into some of our little -towns'and
behold a row of nice little offices with
the signs bn the dotir of each, and hear
men talk \of attachments without al.
and sequestilation without quiet
—all, it wit be to our profit to mind the
words of the prophet, ' and pass on to
And if you go round where OA
merchants are—ali, and they rush out
to shake hands with you, and are es 7
pecially anxious to learn the condition
of your wife's health, and the] chil
dren's, and the farms and crops, and
offer to sell you a bill of , goods a good
deal lower than, 'their cost, on account
of their love for you and for each—ah
—` pass on to Shunem.'
And if you should happen to go round
the corner and see nrendrinking - beer,
that will make a bier, and stin,sling
that will sling down the strongest, and
smashes, that will smash a man's for•
tune faster than commission merchants
who advance supplies on the first crop
—ah—oh, ' pass on to Shtinem.'
But oh, my hearers, if yeti should go
down to New York, that modern Sodom
and Gomorrah—all—and Iviien the gas
lights are flashing and glimmering,
and the cabs are dashing along
streets—and obliging drivers 'are offer-
ing to r earry you where..only steamboat
eaptairis and the first gentlemen go—
als—anti Broadway, is on a rip roar—ah
—and the brass bands are clasl►ing
music from the balconies—and men in
little holes are ready to sell you tickets
; to go in and see thelaC.k Crooks dance
with nothing to wer—and make spec
tacles of- themselves —ah olr, my
friends, ' pass on to Shnnem.'
And oh ! if litter in the evening, with
a very particular friend, you go up
stairs into most splendidly furnished
rooms—ahl—and see the supper table
spread with delieuele9 from every clime
and counNy and teal ducksand snipes;
and 'yellowlegged pheasants, and all
that fish, flesh and fowl can attbrd, and
champagne, and nothing to pay, all
free, and a nice gentleman with rings
on his lingers and a diamond breastpin,
playing with little spotted pasteboards,
and itnother turning a little ball that
rolls round and stops sometimes on the
eagle Nrd, and oftener don't, and where
the players generally put down more
than they take up, and then sometimes
win, but mostly don't-l-nli—oh—' pass
on to Shun-cm.'
Alld ill CollktillSioll, Illy friends, when
the world, the flesh and the devil—ah
—lie in wait for you—' pass on to Shun-
llow To ArnAsunn Hose.—T won
into a shop the other day to buy what,
the drapers call gents' hose.' A
iug youn”. lady was behind theeounter.
When 1 had made au appeal to her to
show me some socks, I was somewhat
doubtful what course of action I ought
to pursue in order to demonstrate to her
the length of my foot. As I am not a
burlesque writer, it was clear that I
could not, lay my boot on the counter
clny In.y vole ; 1 n or c ould
I parapilratto Dibdirt r . Jack T/1.1 w nen
he spoke of the dancer who ''so daintily
handled her feet.'little woman,
however, speedily rifhioved my first
perplexity, though only to plunge me
into another. \Vill you,' said she,
' please toedouble up your fist and lay it
on the counter?' I replied. that I did
not want gloves, but socks. And I
want to take your measure,' she said.
But,' I urged, 'it is the measure of
my foot that you require.' Yes,' she
replied, 'and I - can get it equally as
well from your hand. Once round your
clenched list at tl►e knuckles, is the
length of your foot.' And she took the
measure of my fist, and I took the
socks on the faith of the damsel's rep
resentation ; and, in due course, I found
that she was quite right, and had fitted
me to a nicety.—Harper's Bazar.
MONEY OR ' BRATNS.-A young lady,
both pretty and witty, was persecuted
by the attentions of a poor and
young fellow who persisted in olibring
his band anti heart until ho was refused
point blank. In despair, he determin
ed to go; to California, and called on her
one evening to announce his intention,
which he did in this manner: "I am
going to California on the first steamer,
and going to get rich. If I can't get
rich any other way, I shall go on the
highway with my pistol, and when a
miner comes along with a bag, of gold,
I shall blow out his brains and - take iris
" No, John, don't do that," said 'Miss
-- "take his brains."
At Penn Horn, four miles frtiin Jers
ey City, on the New York and Erie
railroad, is an immense depot for pe
troleum, where as many as 120 ear-loads
arrrive in a day from the Pennsylvania
oil wells. The cars each contain two
sylindrieal tanks, holding each 40 bar
rels. This is lifted into a receiving tan k
by means of syphon at the rate of 4,-
000 gallons in live minutes. It, is then
pu m bed by steam power into boilerplate
tanks holding 20,000 barrels each, and,
when wanted for shipment, is forced by
ti forty-horse power .engine to Wee
hawken on the Hudson through iron
pipes seven miles long.
A little four or five year old boy
was seated - at the table eating his dinn
er. A small cut of beefsteak was gives
him, and taking it up in 'his hands h
endeavored resolutely to get a bite 0
the end of it. It being pretty tough—L
as beefsteak often happens to be—be
pulled, and jerked, and grunted at the
task a little more than was consistent
with modern ideas of a polite dinner.—
After a few earnest struggles all in vain,
he turned to his mother with a look of
mingled energy and despair, and said,
through his vexation and tears, m a _
ma me's going td have a piece off this
meat or pull 2nS7 mQut out I'
As old Seoteliman of Baskin used to
say : "I'm open to conviction ; but I'd
like to see the man that can convince
me." Old Minister Wells, the prede
cessor of the Rev. Dr. Storrs, of Brain
tree, Mass., a Scotchman , used to -say :
"It behoovetlf a Scotchman to be right;
for if ho be wrong, he will be forever
and eternally wrong."
AN Irishman, on arriving in this
country, took a fancy to the Yankee
girls, and wrote, to his wife: "Dear
Norah—These melancholy lines are to
inform-you that I died yesterday, and
hope you are enjoying the same bless
ing. I recommend you to marry Jem
my O'llourße, and take care of the
children. From your affectionate I►us
band till death."
41 ,110 w old are you?" asked a railroad
conductor of a little girl whom her
mother was trying to pass on a alt'••
ticket. "I am nine at home, but it the
cars I am only six and a half."
OH IT COST
Wit//14114Cad; & Oa.
Wilt sell from this date their entiro stock of
Pertturnery, Notions, Dye-
Stuffs, Paints, Oils,
Alcohol, Turpentine, Kerosene Oil,
Fixtures, &c., &c., &c., )
AT COST FOR CASH
Positively no Humbug.
P. R. WILLIAMS A; CO
Wellsboro, March 3, DM
GROVER, & BALBR'S
I FIRST PREMIUM
594 BROADWAY NEW YORK
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 hand and no waste
Widb range of application without change l of
The seam retains its beauty and firmness r af
ter washing and ironing.
Besides doing all kinds of .work done by other
Sewing Machines, these Machines execute the
most beautiful and permanent Embroidery and
ornamental work. ,
1 `Tho highest Premiums at all the fairs
and exhibitions of tho United States and
Europe, havojbeen awarded the (-hover Ir, Baker
Sewing Machines, and the work done by them,
wherever exhibited in competition. ;\
The very highest prize, THE CROSS
OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, was conferred
on thipl representative of the Grover Baker
Sowing Machines, at the Exposition Universelle,
Paris, 1867, thus attesting theirgrent superior
ity over all other Sewing Machines -----
July 28, 1869-tf.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
A farm of three hundred acres, with two hun-!
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 state of cultivation, and good_build
ings. Also four houses and lots for sale in Tioga
village. T. L. L'ALDWIN.
Tioga, Feb. 12, 1868-tf.
JAS. 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 are being
made at Van liornls Cabinet Factory, Welisboro,
whore they may balprdcured.
The - best, cheapest, and most sensible machine
T AM AGENT for Kinney & Co., celebrated
platform Spring Wagons, all styles, also
for their light Carriages and Buggy Wagons,
all made, in good style, and from' Jersey timber,
and warranted in every respect, equal to any
made. Can furnish any of the above at the
lowest Manufacturers price's. L. C. BENNET.
We'labor°, May 5,1869—if.
Farm for Sale I
IN Deerfield township, Tioga County, Pa., 5
miles from Knoxville and 2i miles from Oce
ola, on the road leading from Kiser settlement to
the river. Said farm contains, 166 acres, 130
acres ithproved; is table land, and lies hand
somely; has 40 acres of meadow which can be
mowed with a machine; is well watered, and
well adapted to dairying purposes; has many
fine springs; timber hemlock, beech, and maple.
Comfortable dwelling 24 feet square, a 30x40
feet barn, cowshed 60 feet long, granary, and a
young apple orchard thereon. Terms easy. Ap
ply on the premises, or address, at Oceola.
July 7, 1860-tf. MORRIS SEELEY.
Notice to Collectors.
COLLECTORS of the;taxes for 1869 aro ro
quested to be prompt in collecting up their
duplicates and paying over the same by the let
of September. By so doing not less than $lOOO
can be saved to the county.
Aug, 4, 1869. R. Q. BAILEY,
Having formed 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 stock of the old stand
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
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,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,.
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRI*GS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
&BAND` IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PISTOL CARTRIDGES, .
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a now thing, and mado for uso. These nro but a
few of the many articles composing our stock
We invite the public to call and examine for
We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our lino; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOR THE
Buckeye Mower & Reapei
R. C . 13AILET.
ROBERTS Sr, BAILEY
Wellsboro, May 1.9,1869—tt.
WICKHAM & FARR'S,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
CROCKERY & WOODEN
READY TO BE INSPECTED, AND
SOLD 1 .4. T A, FAIR PROFIT. \
CALL AND SEE
WICKHAM dr. Altit
Tloga, Hoy 12, 1869.
MARE SUBSCRII3ER hav trig eAablished him
". elf in the
In 'this Tillage, noxt door to E. R. Rimball's
Urocery, is now prepared to eery on the business
in ell its various branches. I will loop cori
stantly on hand an assortment of Broad, such
LOAF BREAD, BOSTON CRACKERS,
GRAHAM BREAD; , BUTTER
CRACKERS, • B ROWI'f
• CRACKERS, SUGAR
DYSPEPSIA' AND SODA BISCUITS,
OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,
. 'PIES, AND LUNCH, ,
at all hours of the day, Sundays exceptad.
By strict attention to business shall andoavor
to merit the public patronage.
Wellsboro, June. 24, 1868. •
CORNING, N. Y
DRIICIS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEiTIPS.
IREDELL'S FLUID, EX,
BURNETT'S COCOAINE, FLAVOFING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCK•
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, MALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, '
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S Rt
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers aro roquestd
to call and et quotations before going furtfr
W. TERBELL 86
Y., J'an:l, 1868-4 y
Who esale and Retaik
B y W. C. KRE SS.
T lT a E fu s ly b s s t c o r c i l lr o r f will keep on hand at all tile
Flavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Keriene
Lamps, Wicks, Dye Colors, White Wsh
Lime and Brushes, Varnish an(
Sash Brushes, Window Glass
'all sizes, 'Varnish of all
kinds, Fancy Soaps,
Hair end Tooth Brushes, a full stok of
Yankee Notions.; also a completeis
and a full stock of
Pure Wines and Liquors.
Buyers are requested to call and oxamim pr
cos before purchasing elsewhere.
Mittch 24, 1869.-1 y
.AND SEWING MACHINES
T"greatest invention and the beat awing
Machine in the world. It has no opal as
a Family Machine. And
INTRINSICALLY TIIE CDEAPEfif.
It is fealty two machines in ono by asimple
and beautiful mechanidal arrangement, naking
both the Shuttle or Lock-stitch and tie Over
seaming and Button-hole stitch with opal fa
cility and perfection.
It executes in the very host manner every va
itoty of Sowing, such as
HEMMING, FELLING, CORDING,•
QUILTING, GATHERING and ffAV—
and in addition OVER-SEAMING. Embroiders
on the edge end makes beautiful Button and
Eyelet-holes in all ;fabrics. Every Machine is
warranted by the Company or its Agents to give
entire satisfaction. ,
For further information inquire of F. RINGS
LEY, at R. C. Bailey's in Morris Run, orof Mrs.
S. K. EVERETT, four doors south of the Depot
near R. Farr's Hotel, Blossburg, where the ma
chine may be tried, and instructions received in
using the Elachinia 3 by all those wishing to buy.
F. KINGSLEY, Agent.
Morris Run, Pa., thine 9,1869-3m.0
HARDWARE AND STOVES I
CONYERS & OSOOOII
H AVE o . r ti n hand an aro constantly receiving
a Hardware Store
every artiolo needed In this region of country,
SHELF HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL
NAILS, MIDDLETOWN AND
ELMIRA SAWS, ROPE,
Cooking, Self-Regulittors and Coal
' Home Companion,
• and the justly celebrated
IMERICAN COOK STOVE ,
No pains will ho spared to meet the wants of
our customers. ,
CONVERS k MOOD.
Weltaboro, Jan. 6, 1869, ly.
,MORE NEW GOODS!
John R. 'Bowen,
TS now receiving a large aid complete assort
janentof Fall a - Winter '
bought since the Into decline in prices In New
York, consisting of
Groceries, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoei,
Particular attention is invited to our Stock of
1.012)21ti5 2023Z0 ©MN
Gaiters and Hoop Skirts; also a nice
line of TEAS, New Crop, very
tine at reduced prices,
A fine assortment of Ladies FURS, very cheap,
nil of which will bo sold at,the very lowest mar
ket prices. We respectfully invite all to call and
examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Empire Store, No. 1 Union Block.
Vie'labor% Oot. 21,1868.
RIV SHE GOES !
FOR CASH, we will sell FEED at these pri
Very , best Rye & Oats, Ground
Best itriported Feed,
Best Common Beal,
The above goods, at tho above prices, at-o
strictly cash I
We don't mix sand in our food.
Wo haven't a Plaster Mill connected with our
Flouring Mill ! .
Our Feed is pure! WRIGHT & BAILEY.
Wellsboro, Jan. 20, 1860. -
Grocery, and Proirision Store,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
In all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED FRUITS AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S • CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &c., &c
A:full and complete assortment of tho above
mentioned goods of th 4 best quality always on
Particular attention paid to Fine Groceries.
Dealers and Consumers ill find it to their in
terest to examine his Stobk beforo buying.
Corning, N. Y., March 31, 1869. ,
TO THE FARMERS OF
I. T AM now building at my mannfactory,in Lawrence.
vino. a 'superior
, FANNING -MILL,
which possesses the following advantagesover allother
1. It separates rye, oats, rat litter, and foul seeds,and
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax Bead, 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 most durable. Lim
ber, in good style, and is sold cheap for cash, or pro-
I will fit a patent sieve, for separating oats from
wheat,to other mills, on reasonable terms.
• J. It MATHER.
Lawroneovillo e Tnne 16, 1/360-tf
w. C. KRIS
Life nsuranee & Trust Oompany
Capital, 3 $1,000,000.
$lOO,OOO deposited with the - Atiditor General for
security of the Policy Molders.
Low cash Premiums.
Policies, Non-forfeitable by their terms-
Liberal Traveling Privileges.
Return of all Premiums paid.
Females Insured at same rates as Males.
HOMO Wee S. E. Corner, bth and Chestnut
Applications for Insurance may be made with
IV.P.BIGONEY, General t Agent, Wollsboro' Pa.
May 12, 1860—tf.
AT THE NILES VALLEY STEAM L
. FLOURING MILLS.
10,000 Bus. ,
10,000 " Oats, and any amount o
good wheat. i J. B. DIMON .k. Co. -
Niles Valley, March 24th, 1869-tf.
A splendid stock of
Picture Frame Mouldings
which will be manufactured to order at reasons,
blo prices, at CLAY KING'S
April 14, 1889. : Art Gallery.
House and Lot for Sale.
ROUSE ° and Lot, and vacant lot for Bale
cheap. Location Wellaboro, and desirable.
Inquire nt the Agitator Office.
Oct. 28, 1868—tf.
MISS R. A. REENEY begs leave to inform
the citizens of Tiogi and vicinity that she
has taken rooms over Borden's Drug Store, op
posite the Post-Office, whore she will be happy
to, wait on all who will give her a call.
Particular attention paid to bleaching.
May 12, 1869-tf.
T O LAWYERS—
BANkRUPTCY BL..N . K S P
in full setts, at YOUNG'S I3OOgSTORE.
n ASH PAID FOR WOOL, BUTTER AND
%„/ CHEESE, by O. L. WILLQOX.
FROM THIS DATE
CORNING, N. Y.
TO BUT- SELL IS 0 U 1?
"IaTE" will buy of tho' bighost market prico,
VI" the following ortiC.lo4,
SHEEP:, PELTS, DtCON SKINS,
- 'DEER SKINS, PIJ S, HIDES,
AND VEAL SKINS,
for which wo will pay cash. •
We will manufacturo to order, French or home
tanned CALF or KIP BOOTS, in the best man
ner and at fair rates, and pay especial attention
Wo have a ttret•rato stook of
on which we wilt not be undersold, and 'from this
time we shall make it q point to keep up the hest
to ho found in the county, which wo will sell at
a lower profit than such articles have over boon
offered in this region.
-We shall likewise keep ilp a good assortment
LADIES' BALMORALS, LEATHER
BOOTEES, CHILDREN'S AND
MISSES WORK OF VA
and 'a l l styles of MEN'S. WORK.
LEA :HER & FINDINGS
eaa be bouglAof us as cbedp as any where this
side of New York, and wo 81101 keep a full stook
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, LININGS, AND
Our stock of PEGS, NAILS, THREAD, A WLS,
RASPS, GLOVERS' NEEDLES, LASTS,
TREES, C R IMP S, with SHOEMAKER'S
TOOLS and FINDINGS, will bo found the lar
gest in the eountiiniid 'toe sell for small profits,
Wo talk businass and wo mean business. We
have boon, in thii region long enough to be well
known—lot those who know us try us. Corner
of Main and Grafton streets, opposite Win. Rob
erts' Hardware Store, C. W. SEARS,
OEO. 0. DERBY.
Wollsboro, April 24,1867-tf.
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B. C. WICKHAM,
AT lIIS NURSERY OF 'FRUIT AND OR
NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOOA :-
60,000 Apple Trees.
10,000 Pear Trees.
A good supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY
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0. D. CASE & CO., Puhlis here, Dartford, Conn.; No
1 Spruce St., Now York ; Cincintit ti, 0.; and Chicago
An old law.book, published many years ago, has
Just been hastily re-issued as "a now book," without
even a suitable "revls ion of its obsolete, statements.—
Do not confound that work with Chamberlin's Law-
Book for the People. [July 14, 3.8(19-3m.
FLOORING, CEILING, WAINSCOT
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with rapidity and exactness, with our now Ma
chines. Try it and see. B. T. VANIIORN.
Wellsboro, April 21, 186 D.
The subscriber offers for sale the following
property, situated in Covington township and
borough, Tioga county, Pa.:
58 acres of land in Covington tp., on. William
son Road loading to Dlossburg, 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, Sash
Factory, and Shingle Mill and water priTiloge,
thereon. Also, two apple orchards of 170 trees,
p l um trees, 12 Cherry, 00 Currant bushes,
mostly choice fruit, and about half bearing trees
red, white, and black, 4 Crabs, 10 bearing Grape
Vines, 12 Pear, and Peach and Quince.
Also—a Timber lot, 340.8 acres, if of a mile
from Sash Factory and Sawmill. Timber, pine,
oak, basswood, chestnut, ash, beech, birch, maple
and hemlock. Also—a lot in the village, adjoin
ind•Gerould's orchard, fronting on Williamson
road and railroad, containing about on acre, a
2.story louse, outbuildings, fruit trees and a
good well of water thereon.
Also—another village lot, fronting bn William
son road, 60 feet front by about 200 deep, and
another lot fronting on said road, 114X174 feet.
For further particulars inquire of DAVID S.
IRELAN, Sr., or S..J IRELAN, Covington, Pa,
April 21, 1869—tf.
B USEVESS !
\HENRY E. CHILD,
', 41 IrAUK Row, NEW rORK
RAILWAY TIME TABLES
ON and aftpr MONDAY, April 241111.1869, Trains
will loavn Corning, lit tho following
12,35 a. at., EXPRESS MAIL, Sintlays excepted, for
Itutialo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with
trains fur the West. A Sleeping Coach in attached to
this truin at New Yolk, maiming through - to Mead
ville without change. A Sleeping Coach is also at
tached at Susquehanna running through to Buffalo
-6,11 a.m., NIUIIT EXP., daily for Duff.do,Danklric,
Cluveland, Dayton and Cincinnati, making direct
connection with trains of the Grand 'Plunk Railway
at Buffalo, and with the Lake Shore Railway at Burl
tale, Dunkirk and Cleveland, for all points West anti
.North• Wost, mid at Cincinnati with the Ohio imd
Mississippi itailWay for the South and SoutleWest,
This train makes it direct daily connection with
all Linas to the West and South-West, and is provided
with the now and improved Drawing Room Coaches
peculiar to tho Broad (lamp, arranged both for day and
night travel, running through to Rochester, Buffalo
aiiCiticitinall, and thus forming the ONLY DAILY
LINE trout Now York, Cincinnati anti thu South-West,
running through Rai miles without change.
6,30 a. in, NIOUT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, b.v
Rochester anti Buffalo, via Avon.
10 ,15 a. in., MAIL TRAIN, Sunday a excepted, for
Buffalo and Dunkirk,
1,45 p.m., BALTIMORE 11XPRES3,Sundaysexcept
ed, fur noclictiter and Buffalo, via A.v OU.
7,05 p. tn., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays 'nxceptetl, for
Bultalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Dayton, Chic Mitati, and
the West and South, connects at Buffalo, Dunkirk and
Cleveland with the Lake Short) Railway for all points
West and North-West, and at Cinclonatti with the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway for the South and south-
Went. Sleeping Cottcpen attached to this Tlaill at
Ilornelisvilio, running through to Clot eland m Itle
7,10 p. DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
1,30 p.m., WAY FREIGIIT, Sundays excepted.
5,25 p. in., EMIGRANT TRAIN, dully, fur the Wes
,35 a. m., I CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex•
coptod, connecting nt Elmira for CanOnglaigna, nt
Owego for Ithaca, at Bilighainton for Syracuse, at
(treat Bond for Scranton, at Lackawaxen for Hones
dale' at Middletown fur Unionville, at Goshen for
Montgomery, at Groycourt fur Newburg and War
wick, and at Jercoy City with afternoon and evening
trains of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washington.
10:35 a. ra, ACOMMODATION TRAIN, tinily, con
necting at Owego fur 'lthaca.
11,66 a. m.,DAP EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting aWaverly for Towanda, at Binghamton
for Syracuse, at Oreat Bond for Scranton. at Lack&
waxen for Honesdale, at Alidtiletowu for Unit)f rife,
and at Jersey City with midnight express to it el
New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia.
2,20 P. 1a.,. RALTIMISRE EXPRESS. SundayA ex.
4,26 p• m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE M
di y e . )!cs tons iing-st. El an ira for Calla'
ditiguis, and at 'Waverly for Towanda.
7,52 p. m., LIURTNINO EXPRESS, Daily, connect
ing at hiltuira for Wlliiimuipurt, liarriblitirgillla the
South, and at Jerey City with morning express twin
of Now Jersey Itaittotol; for ['Wilt&lplita,ltiniete
12,20 P. in, WAY Fitnimur, Sundays excepted
Arl• A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table' of
Passenger Trains on the Erio Railway awl cone teting
Lines, has recently been published, and eau be pi ocnr•
ed on application to_the Ticket Agent of the CompanS
WM. R. BARR,
tion'l rk48.1. A gen t
Blossburg & Corning; Tiogo R. P.
Tinius will run as follows until furthernotice
Accommodation—Leaves 1110.,sburg at 6,15 it. in., M., as
field at 7,05, Tioga at 7,41, Lawrenceville at 8,26
arriving at Corning at 0,38 a. in.
Mail—Leuvesltiossinirg at 8,00 pl in.,Mansfield at 3,40,
Tioga at 4,18, Lawrenceville at s,oo—arriving at
Corning at 6 p. m.
Mall—LeavesCorning at 8,00 a. in., Lam rencevillc nt
0,03, Tioga at 9,45, Mansfield at 10,22—arriving at
Illoss-burg at 11,00 a. in. '
Accommodation—Leaves Corning at 2,10 p. m., Law
rencevillo at 3,52 Tioga at 4.46, Mansfield at 5,30
arriving at Dlosslinng at 6,45 p. m.
' L. IL SIIATTUCK,SuO't
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Northern .Central R. R
TRAINS FOR THE NORTH.
Trains for Cnnanilagnia leave Elmira as follows:
Accomoclation at 6 20 a
ExprevtfastDatrain on - rood]
Way Freight, [passenger coach attache.]
On and after Apr. 25, 1869, trains will arrive ant!
depart from Troy, no,followe;
9 27 P. in.—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira, Buffa—
lo, Capapdaigpn, Rochester, ;insp. Bridge and the
10 66 n. m.—Daily (except Smnday«) for Elinirn ant
-Buffalo, via Erie Railway from Elmira.
624 A. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Baltiniot e
WaMington, Philadelphia, .Ic.
0;52 P. in.—Daily (exc'ept Sunday,;) for Baltimore
WaMington and PilkladelphM.
ALFRED It. FISKE ED. 5. youNn
WWI Sup t.llurri;l2urg, Paiiii.Ag't
Balt i nem e. Itl 01.
— Philadelphia & Erie R. R.
On and alter Sept. 6, 1666 Trains Oil (MI nOild w
run us (Mons
Mail Train leavob
4.rr. st.t. Erie.
Erie Express leaves Pll I 1/I.llophill
" • "
• 4 " arr. at Elie
Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia
•%' " t.
" arr. ut Leek Haven..
EASTWARD. ; -
Mail Train leaves Erie 15 a
•• " t a. 15 p
" " arr. at Philadelphia 6:10 ain
Erie Express leaves Eric 120 p
•• , " Williamsport 4 . 13 ain
arr. at Philadelphia 120 p
Elmira Mall, 'envoi Lock Hal en 0 50 a m
• o 41 \Vill fantepoi t, 6..8 a m
" " arr. ut Philadelphia 4 7.15 p m
Bull'ale Express, loaves Williamsport ..... 12 na in
" •• arr. at Philadelphia 0 '25 a m
Mail and Express Connect with Oil CI etli and Allis
ghony River Rail Road. Baggage Eheched Th rough.
ALFRED L. TYLER, Oen') Supt.
Atlantic and Great Western R• W
WETTWARD BOUND. EASTWARD Ittn:D,
Mall 6.30 Bxpregg 5.10
'express 12'39 I Accommodation, 11.45
Expresil 11.00 I Express , 6.10
At Cory there In a Junction with the Philudelphia fi
Erie, and eil Creek Rail Roads.
At Meadville with the Franklin and Oil City and
At Leavittshurgo the Malioniny Branch makes a ill.
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittsbnigh Railroad.
Thu Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Callon,
Marlon, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting various t ail.
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati.
L. D. RUCKER, Gen.Siipt.,Meadville,Pa.
LIFO INSURANCE COMPANY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
WASHINGTOZ4, D. 0
Chatteredby Speci'l Act of Congress
APPROVED JULY 25, 1868
Cash Capital. $1,000,000,
PAID 'IN PULL
First National Bank Building,
Where all Correspondence should be Addressed
CLAnnseu H. CLARK, President. -
JAY Coorc, Chairman Finance .t Executive Corn
HENRY D. COOKE, Vice-President.
EMERSON W. PEET, Seerotaryand Actuary.
B. S. Rusetta, Manager.
Circulars. pamphlets, and full particulars giv
en on application to tho Branch Office of the
Company, or to
It. C. SIMPSON, WELLISBORO: PA.,
by whom applications will be received and Pol
Mos procured for Tioga Countyl
Dec. 9, 1898-Iy.
W. NAVLE, would say to his friends
13. that his harness Shophs now in full blast,
and that ho is prepared to furnish heavy or light
on short notice, in a good - and substantial, man
ner, and at prices that cant fail to suit.
Tho best workmen are employed, and none hut
the best material UEOCI; Call and see.
Deo. 0,1868-17. G. W. NAVLE-.
Atlantic - and Great Westerli
THE GREAT BROAD GUMJE ROUTE
CLEVELAND, TQLEDO, CIFIC'AG();
MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL,
And to all Yointnin the WEsT end Nortro-IVL,,
Dayton, Cincinnati, Lonit.
VILLE, ST. LOUIS, ICANSAB
CITY, MEMPHIS, NEW
0 ItLEA NS,,
And nil points in the South h.
No Change of Coaehoes
TO CLEVELAND OR CINCINNAII,
From any point on the Erie Railway. At,
vantage end et:nye/Aim-0 no "tiered hy
3 Ttutarou LIG lITN I Nil x T, 11,1
Baggage Checked Through, and I , ;‘, C uss
front ono car to another, preventin g in s , N . ja
\ Tickets via this papillar route can I,c proc urt i
at all ()tikes on the line of the Erie Railway, at h
BEERS . & ABBOTT,
orposir DEN A , ELI
Vtien purchasing ask the Agent for Ticket,
via the ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN
W. B. SIIATITC,
Uen. Ticket and Pass. Ag't, Cleveland,o
L. D. RUCKEIt,
Jan. ti, Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa.
- Mason & Hamlin Cabin‘ei
,Together with tilt) ESTieIY CCATAGE OltuAy
"ittid hil - MODEONS, ettti ho atliantageoutly
HAVlNGobtained the agency from then;.
ufaelarers of the above named in.truaw,
we hat o the facilities for furnishing thew Kg,.
ces to compare favorably with those el deact:-,
in either the same or other reed iwtrecau L
Their reputation is such that scarcely arol;t1
need be said regarding their being deiitallt,
having been awarded prominms and medals[;
the prineipol liairs and Institutes, WI, i n
and foreign countries. Many fine modern is
proventents, which arc so desirable iq all z,
reed instruments, are owned and refaino I:
their exclusive use by the tunnel:win+
,these instruments. llence it is. Labile they - thT
strength and durability, together with r.,11z.
and quality of tone equal to any, they excel
other reed instrutnents, in tbe variety and c
bination of tones which can he produced.
INDIVIDUALS, SCHOOLS, CHURCi
I'2 20 10 n
10 p n
. S 00 n n
and other onzniii•,,atiot.s; wishing to t 1 air.,
reed iu. ttntn4nt, 149 i Le :460.4 us reitnt •:;•
style:, pritv:f, 44,
ALL INSTRUMENTs 'WAIdiAIEIC,
-.l'• Solid fc.r a rireal:V
Horso aid Nilo PRO
• This preparation, on , and farm' i
- 4 , i
a ' S known ^ • me:(.u-
~...- s '
k *ITHT , hooken, will thoroughly re-i
down and low-spirited bon,
by strengthening. and cleansiaz :.•
1 stomach and intestines.
...__,..,_ It. is a sure preventive of n. ll I
- —7, " -- "' ,-- r; , " incident to this animal, such as Lt . \
FEVER. GLANDERS, YELLOW ~.,
WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, MS- . ..
TEMPER, FEVERS, F 0 UN DER ,
LOSS OF APPETITF. AI)N VITAL 'fs. t
ENERGY, &c. Its wie improves ri ;a: e
the wind, increases the appetite— f-- V• V,
gives asmootlk and glossy skin—and ' ) i..,
transforms the miserable skeleton ii - -`: u ' . '..
into a fine-looking and spirited horse. 0,,,-._
. 9 '2l) p m
. I "
. J.Opp m
. 1.11 p
.10 (.10 a in
. fi.Jo a IP
. 5.45 p in
To keepers of COWS' this pupa
lion is invaluable. It is a Rae
ventive against Rinderpe4 heir
Horn, etc. It hi3f been proven
actual experiment, to inerea , e C-.
quantity of milk and cream crenX
'percent. and make the bowr fir.
and sweet. In futtening eattb..l
gives them an appetite, loosens their hide, and male,
!hem - thrive much faster.
\ r •
In alt diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulm , t
the Lungs, Liver, &c., this article acts
I. as a 'speci fi c. By putting from one- I . 4 ':
half a paper to a paper in a barrel of •' ~..
swill the above diseases will be eradi• . -", --- hr '
cated. or entirely prevented. If given ,t_ a c,
in time, n certain preventive and '
ogro for the Hog Cholera.
PANID E. IOUTZ, Proprietor,
For sale by Drugglits and Storekceperi thrcc.;'.; ;
the United States, Canada 3 and South .
August 25, .1869-11 n.
Ohairmaker, Turner, and
( Furniture Dealer,
SALE ROOM, opposite Dartt's IYagc,D
plain Street. FACTORY in Scan I ' l
hams Foundry, scoond MO%
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction
teed. Fancy Turning done to order. j
Wellsboro, June 12, 1867. J. STICIO,I
Tioga Diare Works.
TIM under:l; o nd i now prepate,l a cle
cute all orders for ,fo l nt) StoneF, and
ruents of either
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE
of the latest style and approved wolloaar:la
and with dispatch.
lle keep constantly on 10114 both kiwi'
Marble and will be able to suit all oho aro °'
vor hint with their orders, on as icasonablt tell
as can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt olcane
find mode to look as good as new.
Tiogn, Nov, 1, 1867-if.
TIIE LARGEST STOCK 0
IN 'lingo County, and the IChenpeet• place p,
buy in the world.
Agent for L. BOLLES & CO'S 110. q,
Maos6slll, Nov. 25, 1868—ly
To the Owners of lin atented Lands
SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,I
PA:, Mny , 25, ISII9.
TN obedience to en Act of Assembly, approced
the eigbib dny of April, one thom•and eigM
hundrd and bivty, nine., 3on are hereby eotitiod
that the " Cuunty ?Land Lien'Pocket,"cnntaie
list of umpatented Minh for Tioga
prepared under the Act of As:embly of flia
twentieth of May, one thottanti eight bemired
and sixty-four, and the supplement thereto ,
this day been forwarded to the Prothonotary of
the otuaniy, at nhose office it may be elaminc.t
The liens can only ho liquidated by the
of the purchase money, intetet4 and feet, mud
receiving patents through thh, Departmcnt --
Proceedings by the Attorney General hate ken
01113 ed for one year from ibis date, in order that
parties may obtain their patents NI ithout'addi
(tonal cast. JACOB M. CA INIPBELL ,
500 COI fhl of Hemlock Park, wanted . , lot
which the higho,it market price. 41 I."'
Maid on delivi!ry at my Tannery, in 1t"eil4o 10,
Jno 2, 18110-tf. JOSEPH RIBEE.011,1).
TOB-WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE, an
wlthdespato)2,olVlll AGITATOR Office.
T. A. liPAill.l`.l
Bi»ahandon, N. Y., and
`ELMIRA SAW PACTOR3',
• Elmira ; K.
STOVES SOLD ON TIME
0. B. ICI'