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110 ME MATTERS.
IVEDI‘.TESDAY, OCIT. 6, 1869.
Nolk Advertisemontii .
sale of Real Estate—lra Johnston. • •
I;rocery trrovision Store—Smith Brothers
Notico—The closing of Stores.
For Sale--Shot-Gun and Pistol.
te7T . Friends of Republienn..prin
,ipks are requested to make all necessary prep:L- -
1m ", far the Meetings advertised ilf,this paper
GLARY, WILLIAMS, AND VICTORY
„er , `
Of tho, friends of Wod,wis and the
p, c publican ticket, will be held on
WEDNESDAY EVENINCI, OCT. 6,
COURT HOUSE, WELLSDORO.
HON. WAYNE- MC VEAGII
ono of tho most eloquout ora
tors in thci Commonwealth, will address the peo
yle on that occasion. '
HON. SIMON CAMERON,
also be present during the day and evening.
Turn out, Republicans and friends of good
government, and prepare for a, grand triumph
f true It.publican yrinciplcit on the second
Tlie:Aay of October next.
FoiTNo—a small port-monnaie con
taining money and tl'n•eo rapers 9f needles. Tho
later can have the same by calling at this Mike.
ilrmovAL.—Messrs. Sears & Derby
use removed their Boot Shoo Shop to the
ttir Store next above Wright Bailey's.
) OTATOES.--SMA:SHERS !—Mr. eOrge
nooks, of Charleston, has left with us 24 Chili
„puttees measuring' a plump half bushol ! They
ITe beauties, and as solid as rocks.
_DoNivrloN.—The friends of Rev. John
Phenix \ will givo him a donation at Widow
agar Dan Osburno's, Friday evening,
TEMPER A NCE MEETING.— Lecturers
du abroad will address the people at the Court
:uuse, Thursday evening, 7th inst., on the sub
-et of temperance. The public, is invited to at
AretoPyr.—Mr. Erastus Niles, of
hadlehary, was lately injured by a falling limb
nLilc at work in UR; woods. Tho limb struck
tha over the right .eye, dffttroying that organ,
ad cauing great oerebralqlisturbanee. We hear
that he is recovering slowly, though the right
destroyed for put poses of vision.
t 4 AW INU OFF. —M r. C. J. Smith,
Thilr at work at Van llorn's‘Factory -last TUCIS-
y, had two fingers cut of by a circular saw.
Webb dressed the wounds. It is st ill true
at black iron will burn, and circular saws will
a fingers as woll na lumber. We are sorry for
r. Smith who cannot, well Flom his finger,..
TENS I Bl.l3.—Wearp glad to know that
se leading merchants and traders of Wellcboro,
oe agreed to close their stores at 8 o'clock, r. a.,
lief.. I, to Apra 1. The arrangement weld
WI effect last Friday s This will benefit trier
'Ask and clerks alike; being a saving of lights
apt fuel to ono class, and an opportunity for
and reerektion to the other. We - only regret
bat arrangement does not cot or every day in
THE CIRCLTS,—The expected advent
Bryan's Circus, 'Caravan and collection of
1,1 Beasts, in this village nest ? Alonday, is the
me of the curious, pleasure I),ving pub Hi: --
is big show seems to have tat en the count ily
dorm Wherever it has appeared, the pak ',
ling it highest praise. Time collection of AV i 11,
.111.3.i'' is said to be choice and large, :amt. tme
au, performance superior. No doubt Well:3-
,I.ra' he rather more than brim ti lon that
A NNIVERSA RY.—We learn that the
fathyterian congregation have determined to
t!ohrate the 25th anniversay of Rev. "J. F.
t:ll,:ns's Pastorate of the First Presby torian
!flitch of this village, Friday evening, Oct. 8,
•t—that being the 25th anniversary of the
swinge of Mr. Mrs. Calkins. No speeial
, stations, we understand, haVe — been issued
thi• ricmity, hut all Iv ho wilt to do so
in% ilea to be present. TIT reunion will he
the l'au.ourtge, rind wod!utti, that the occasion,
- .ough under the auspices of the Church 6f ivhiali
is pastor, will lobe all denotnina
,tid character by the presence of his many
.' ll.Lbof difterott chinch ennneel ions, Pets
•:‘lllOll have it t..) s,ty that their pastot al
m ()ye qiciely a inart, , r or
and tuner ,tiii hart dianri to (how and
lung a pm ma, Lu mans AI arm
~ , r,, 1 1" and admirere. AI ay hi* h ientla and
n4L1,0r.1 be privileged to eelelu ate the :Mai
ittkeriary of hi; pa.l,mide.
CI,CH M EETINU.—The Republican
uf Well,l,vro rlF4embltd jtt Triwn Tian
W , inet , day el,et%ipg InA and urbanized by elect-
Etntry, Esq., President, and I). b Deane,
i Feeretary. Messrs.. J. It. Boren, Hugh
:,uog, and J. D. Potter woe, on motion aP-
I - mted a Committeo on Finance, and John 1
H:tchell was electeeTreasurer. On motion ltoo.
Humphrey was invited to address the Citit) in
'.e Court Ilouee, Saturday evening, Oct! '9.
i ! n motion, Mess r:. Wm. 13. Van Morn, Jos.
k; !Warns, W. A. Stow), lt. C. Bailey and 1C W.
113rtt were appointed n Committee to make ar
:tngcicntg for the 'Ara , es Meeting to be held this
WolueEday) evening. The Club then adjourned
•, meet on Z. , atutday evening Oct. 9, or sooner,
A' WI of the (Accts.
PaoctitEss. =1 n Wo matter of im
invernenk We Ilsboro eau a 3 good a mean
il-tl9 as any inland village in Pennsylvania
Malty new and neat d3vellings have been erected
are in progrcls of erection, and Mes , rs.
i‘right and Ilailay have put up o. mat Mock of
nacc tine Storehoueee on Main Sue( I. !rho m.
Church building is nearly completed, and when
I imiled will voinpare fyis untidy %%Mt any conntry
'hatch in Pennsylvania. A. 4I P. Cone, 1::q, to
dime ciao - Nis° thin' vi l loge Inns been, in time
m. 0.) indebted tuth to the C.lttiliri:P alai)*
eititen in the platter of buibliog ilopro% 0-
p- putting up a large lintel of brick,
1 , 1. A , , , nipkted, %sill raid: - %%WI the Long
.m4l the Dickint , on Moore I'orning. It i,
ion e ,, mArneted thin vi,ion of :Ur.
:rookinan, an Elmira ILnd the
%Torii is living Ilona thin 'Wetmore
, ahere, all in most Fith:A;intiall style. IV° "in
tot tlio building will liar° a Man Lard roof, thus
practically giving it four stories. It will have
Mlthe o;odern improvement c.
'Sat the least among improvements in the
of Queen st., from Water to Niehol.4
'this gives a safe and convenient rue.! to the
ftteeters, and will be one of the prettiest streets
the linage. MOS9E.g. Trnmait k , Bowen enne ,
, •ohling a ()welling MI the extenß ion, for 4.lx,ar,i•
It.tx Away front several nurseries in
.1. iroi4bo re , seven little boys, rho, had they
to n bigger, wotyld hey° been wiser. 'rho oldest
the carays as not more than twelve, the
P'uog,eat not Jeri than six. They set out to go
t , New York by the way of Pino Creek; which
calculation shows that even the oldest of the lot
iLight g o to school and study geography to ad
'aDtago. These coven runaways betook them
!elv” to a point beyond the Marsh, end in the
itnole of gigantic alders pitched "tb . eir tent;
'herein they lay and shivered all last Wednesday
eight. They had a leader who is noted for his
inquiring turn of mind. Ones, in the pursuit of
knowledgelhe put his. liatitVon O , revolving
knives of a Woodworth planer: and ho gained
ensue knowledge not before faMiliar to him, to
wit that edged tools Will cut. The Planer rap
on and did its work as
,well as ever, but tho
anxious inquirer went home maimed for life.-- 7 ;
From that day forward to this, that young and
verdant lad has been aching for ,an adventure
which %void(' eclipse the blood-and-thunder-of a
dune novel. This' time he proposed to go down
Pine Creek in a board punt, to the City of New
York, and there rob a bank of 550,000 as a he
ginningk and for a boy of twelve it was a pretty
fair "144" Wo‘notify the Gold Exchange Bank,
all other banks, and Wall•St , that there's a boy
np here in the woods who is after their
Po on y ou r guard ; and when ho kas paddled uhf
the tra y from Wellsbero, down Pine Creek, the
Susquchana, Chesapeake Bay, and up the coast
to New Yolk; nod presents .hitas:elf - at the dock
of the ti rent Eastern in his heinlock canoe, just
introduce hint to a policeman, and let hint hkAge
the young buccaneer in Sing,-Sing.
. The cuts at the head of this article fairly rep
resent the runaways. They were captured by Ben.
Potter and others, and brought home en Thurs
day—erestfitllen if-nut wirer boys. Don't do it
FAMILY R EJIN lON.-- We have received
now Mr. M. A. Itockwell, of Motu•oetou, Ilradford
Co., an interesting ,account of a mullion of his
father's family (lAev. Myron Rock %tell) in Jack
son township, this county, 20th ult. Its great
length precludes the full pnblicAion, but we, give
the more Essential portions. Mr. Ina:os ell %%rites.
" Monday A.M., brought the whole family to
gether—Father, Mother, Children and Grand
children—to tho number of thirty, all good Re
publicans. And a happy meeting it was, for it
seemed to carry us hack to our younger days,
when wo were all home together. We telt to ac
knowledge the goodness of Dint that ruleth over
all things in giving us life and health to meet
oneo more 00 earth. - Our parents have never
been called upon to meow the death of a child.
All arc Girls at Boys-3 of each
married. Ella, our youngest btu priming the
Only one left at home, where we hope it mtirbe n
pleasure Mr her to stay as long as duty requires
it. At about t 2, we were summoned to the din
ner table which was literally loaded with good
things, such as no one but an own Mother :cau
prepare. At the table we were all seated in ro
tation according to our covet al ages, and when
thanks had been rendered to Him that git eth all
things, we began our work, and by the way the
good things vanished no one, I think, would ae—
euse us of not doing our duty; The dinner hour%
passed off very pleasantly, enlivened by various!
anecdotes of our boyish days, exposing many of
our mischievous tricks that were carefully hid-I
den from our parents at the time. Dinner over,
we front Monroe were obliged to take sour leave ;
and amidst shaking of hands and shedding tears
we felt' that there was truth in what the poet
The heart :Teaks most u hen the lips
move nut, nod the eyes speak a gentle good bye!"
Altogether the meeting trail IL very pleasant
one, and we hope that parents and ehildien may
be spared to have many more such.?
Gossii , .—Once upon n time we heard
a worthy man bewailing the demoralization of a
favorite boy. The boy had taken to drink at a
tender age, and with the demoralization which
followed came that preference for doubtful com
pany above and betMo the innocent society of
the home circle. Then came ads bordering on
criminality ;• then cam() crime dud disgraee.—
Hence the lamentation of the fathe . r. "Friend,"
raid a neighbor to him," bow is it ? alas this
bey been woll trained, by plecept impportod by
example?•". Yes, pal of that;" replied the
father. " r entinued tho neighbor, " hayo
3 , 0 u, your-roll', alutay.• 'if) a good example before
your boy Are )on temperate, home-seeking,
and ri.frerprotrter of good company? after, is
it not a rrommon remark that yon are a drinking
man ; nn associate' of ;melt men as frequent
drinking saloons, .t e?" The lath was silent
for a nimnont, ;thou 'Tidied that he could not de
fiant himself (rein :the imputfttion of drinking
and, frequenting low company. "Then," said
the trerghbor, ai•e• relhai,iblo for the tuiu
of ymir nun ohrld. and your I 11111.11 tat 11111 Slllll.Oll
Le fir )6111,( If rather Ib,ut for tiro boy, You
in del ied tl,O ly or own t, ho aa, again,)
good 'Ade.% and, " I , ov I a , oir L,Lit.
You put vice tl,ovr 't ittur, awl yaw boy followed
your oN.ttople. ou di=rriutivated against men
of I snot and soh‘kly herevcw' you had free
choice, and your Loy has taicen you at your word.'
—Not 'Moll eomf.ot in that sermon to the be
‘%ailing father, you will say. No, Not mite!'
comfort, but much TitEtice. When limn strike
lairds with Nice and Crime they do not merit
eomf-.rt but punishment. Anil they are morally
sure of justice. T t lioy »lay escape 14,e tt, season,
and come 6/ think - that offended con-Tienee has
fallen asleep. But they cannot wholly escape.—
" The evil that men do lives after them ;" often
wreaks itself upon them dnring life hero in va
rious whys. But no man who appears as the
apologist for illunkenness, or loose,luorality, or
open treason to srmiety, nee," (.01JI0 to .ns for corn
thrt when his boys to to the lad. We pity the
Imp., not the erring fathers. As «ell condole
with aplole•sional thief witoFf , son, copying. hiz
father, gets into the prnitentiary.
—lt refreshing tn, mark how men and thing ,
alway. gravitate to their places. This tendi nep
holds flu: lietuulless univm e in equilibrium, nil
sustains a:111111MM i stutulic,llA. lint for this Inn
41,imenhil law the man echo loves quiet and te
theme') t wonl l l,u era red with the ciamor of the
marts, heating of drums and the noiso and
contusion of exces:;. Dot for this law, churches
would become Pandeto onititnt , , and such a thing
as :deep• would he impossible. But, extraordi
imries excepted, men 50,,t0 their own places—
the quiet to their home., and the 1 101 GUS to place. ,
of riot and confusion. Thank heaven for al!!
131,th-nuito.—Sept. the Catholic
114,1, livrtc.l Mos Aim; and preached a good,
practical :.4ruiffil 011 nil: evils of intentperat , •e.
Ile also confirmed. over one hundred peoplO;
Father Murphey has been Eucceeded by a very
quiet, variable young man, gild it is to l,e hoped
that he will al aid the intulicating bowl. Some
veelts age Pushup Stevens confirmed a class of
six. Elder 'ileynolds has baptized and received
into the first Baptist Church, ten persons.
The new Tannery is almost done. The chim
ney is of brick, with a stone base 12 feet square.
The chimney taprs to four feet square at the tel
feet from the ground. Thu Company has
put up 20 dwellings for their workmen.
Messrs, Kelly, Lewis, Welch, Merrick, Miller,
Hyde, Kea, ondlihattuck are building now
dwellings. Mr. Shattuck's is a Gothic cotta4e,
and promises to he an ornament to the village.
11. W. 1101 den has enlarged his grocery store,
and otherwise improved it. A s ur w grocery has
bun , hunted li Messrs. Bergen A. Hays.
'flu; Tcraplais Loiigo i in a prosperous
rtOte. R. , llun•ing nn• tho oilleors for tho current
V • . - Mai AV:111.( I ; V. '.l'..—Ah.gL,ie
n F:. ; S "
il,llll Coods : u - .---.lr•nuir.linigM • Alitrblial--
;11:tv,gle : . tr.- -Alion Oteynul ' ils ; 0. 1.--
(11.0. j ; P. \V. C. 'l'.
1 .%. Spihl; I
I • COX',II 0 r 01,11'A N.
Tllt(L‘.--()111. plc:v.:ant little.
1,4•1 It Vl 1 V 111. ly for 1111 , 1):1,1 \Neel; V:1111t7
Cill•11,, 11 hi, h of 0. 11111:71 7 , vll'lllol t oile : 7 ell: 7 41 ,
11 , 711, 1117'11 Ihr, “Tearilq4. 111, 1111ILV," 113 S
AVedn, rvoning. a dram:Ake tron l , from
Lan teneeyillt•, eau enteitainment et tl ai .
I. Ws_ II tact ; eft:omen ts at e•unneeessary.
'I ho " I Hsi itute„ - is a.- the largest ever lull in
o,llllly. It ere tome two 11111111rollai i .1 sev
enty one u.u,io clitolleil, one hundred and FiXty.
of whom were ladies. Prof. Jones ic City
u.t.: in attendance, and on evening,
read zi very interesting loetive, , the rithi . tet was;
I;emki ," we think we never Mt( toted a more
int, esting- Instil ate.
Prof. Horton, our county Snpetinlendent was
untiring in his etThrts, to male it pleacant for all,
while the "Ehler," by his wit, and repartee kept
the ladies gootlnatured most of the time, it is
unnecessary to give minute ii.. tail:, a: , the pro •
eeedings will plokehly in the
A g irer oc as ,non :In iinFsible.
is tiro; it peen,
tilo:t of Ow s
Ve4tved 1\44 guOdA y
and ate doing a "'al - lashin g busies Et." ,
Troy District Quarterly Mootings—First
Can ton Oct. il, ltl, Quarterly Conf. Sat. ore.
E. Canton do do fiat , tt p. In.
Springfield Oct. 16, 17.
Tr oy " l(, V.'.
ilrooltlield " $4. 21.
Ai anaiesfer Films OLt.'22, '2l.
Westfield " 30, lit.
Farmington " 20, 31.
Dushore Nov. 3, 7'.
Forksvillo;. -, ""'.;;; 11 , " - : .l '
E. Sinittifiii4 " "13,=74. • .5
Towanda it 73, 14. Quart'ly Conr,llth,ove.
Lib. Corners " 12, 14.• i
Iltralnsburg Nov. 20, 21.
_Burlington " 19, 21.. ,
Knoxville ,[ ". 27, 28.
W. Chatham " 20, 28.
Wollsboro Doc. 4,5:
Delmar " 3, 5. Sacrament 2p. in. Sun.
Mansfield • " 4, 5.
At the first nomad place I expect lo'be Pie'sda
on Saturday at. 2 it.,10 preach null meet :the
quarterly conference, and to conduct the services
on Sunday morning. When the first named dhy,
is on Friday to preach at 2 P. is., and meet, the;
quarterly conference, And 'at' those ,places I!
design by special arrangement in, Inuit, cases to
preach Sunday afturnooit or evening, ilNyi4ll fu
look in upon the congregation on eve • charge,
sometime during a Sunday, tho first quarter
At these places where I racctlthe quarterly con'
forenee un Friday, it is hoped tho pastors will
provide for meeting, Saturday t'. ta.;certainly in
the evening. In nll cases let the kite-feast' be at
9 or lq; o;elchlk S(lnday Make
the Quarterly Mectint•atinie orreligtotiip'regredi.
Except those plales tryst. named of each date ,the
pastors will conduct services on Sunday, or pre
side a supply.
The Stewarde Conreniion for Troy District is
elliied to meet ib Troy, on Thursday,. Oct:
at 10 A. it., in connection with a Sunday 'School
Conuentimi. All pastors: in the Troy District
as well us District Stewards And Sunday School
Superintendents, aro invited. Besides the .usual
annual business of the District Stewards, free
discussion is called in regard to the Sunday School
work in he District. Concerning a inter :schools,
Im;titutcs .to :—Rev. Charleii Z. Ca‘e, of
Elmira, may be expected to deliver a ' lectUre in
the evening on, The First Duty of the .Christian
,Church, the 'frainin,g of 'south. 111 r, Case, who
Inns given special attention to the Sunday School
‘c,orls, is expected to take part with the ministers
oP the District, in the discussion of the afternoon.
Mansfield Sept. 24th 1859.
WEntv CoeintAN, P. E.
" Rally once again !"
DELMAR. ( Broughton School liouco) Oct. 5,
Niles 67, S Woo.
HOLIDAY'S, Oct, 0, W II Smith, Dr. Webb.
Round Top School House, Oct. Morriek4
CHERRY PLATS, 0ct...), Merrick .1: Mitchell.
DEL MAR, (Osborn School IL) Oct. 0, M. H. Cobb
00 LOLA, Oct. 4, B- B. Strang.
CHATHAM, (Daniels S. H.) Oct. 5, B. B. Strung
WELLSBORO", Oct. 9, Smith , Niles Li; Others.
The friends aro requested to make'all
necessarY arrangements to secure a good
attendance at these meetings, give
ample notice, jce. ,
By order of Conaniittee„ •
A. L. ENSwoirm,
, cp rt,l Mau.
Beal .1. A. Parsons S Co's doubt, Colman ad
Lots of New Cloods nico goods, tine styles and
[tory cheap at Wickham & Parr's Tioga Pa.
T. L. Cahlwin Co., of Tioga, are receiving
a largo alai various assortment OF I:all rind
S PANT CM LACII INES.
110 ‘1,7 E, Jr., lirst Premium Sewing Mn
1 4 chine for rmleliu Welltiboro, by
Oct. 2R, ISCIS-2t
BABB AIIEE—AYERS.----In Granville, Brad
ford county, Supt. 21. Itie,9, by V. M. Willson
Esq., Mr. Truman Larrabee, of Union, Tioga Co
and Miss Marcia J. Ayers, of Granville.
ELLMTT—MEit RICK.—In Wellsboro ' Sept
ISI;9, at the residence of Alr. Win; T. Math
, r ,, hy Rev. John A. Bowman, Mortimer I?
to Miss Sarah Merrick, NO Cards
[The printer heartily congratulates the pair.l
rii. `_its_ : H ALL'S
r„... .-. VEGETALE. SICILIAN
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re- -- Ai 41 1N 4
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la 4 proved itself Echo the !awl, perfect propara
ion for the flair ever offered to the public., to
Ill:siert.: tillAY BAIR TO ITS OItIqINA.L. COLOR,
rol create a now growth where it has fallen of
roto disease or natural decay.
It wilt iiretYal the Thrirfioat Mato/ out.
All Ivho too it are tillaninom , in awarding it
he pr.ti-e of being the hest flair Bros:zing ex
Our 'froatFTo on the Hair cent free by mail.
Nil I'ACTITIII:D ON 1,1 -
t. I'. BALL& CU., Nashtia, N. 11. Proprietors
Sept. 1, I 569.
ERRORS OF YOUTH,
A (IEN'I , I,)MAN who Harlon:l for yrnrs from Nor
von" Prow/lum lkrcny, and all Ilia elloclb of
holkerel,imi, will, for t l / 4 take of t/offurin-. liti
manay, crud 14:01 to all who 'pto(l tho receipt.. Bid
dirm,t toils fot mooing tho Pimple remedy bys iiicb 1 / 4
yulfororsriiehiii to profit by' the ettver
-111:•1•,i I` 1 4',111 1113 ,0 by :obli es,i lig in pm fret
.1011 oti 11 EN
)lay 21i,'W0-ly. , 12 embir Street, Nov Vat lc.
Til AdVerina7r, ha' iig been rehtured to health in a
f.m• totl.e,byav 3 pinup lo remedy, alto loving sill
renal ten el at )c.i.rm with a Perrre lung alloOlon, and
that di.a I listase,Contutnption—al anxious to make
linown to hi.; fellow eatfroi eta the means of 'cure,
To all v. Ito di-he it. he will dund it ropy of the pro
diriptiOil il (It et • barge,) It the directions tor
pr, iring null n.ing the Fetne, w hick they will Pod n
tunic Coat: l'Ott CoIThIIMPTION, ASIIIMA 7 'lino:gowns, etc.
The olti pet tit - thin ittl Vet t Pier in bl . ndin 6 . 'the lirescrip•
t ion id to the ntllicte.l, and aptend tuturtuat ion
which he conceives to bo invaluable; and he hopes
;,‘ et y tattlf• ; will tt y his remedy, as it will root theft
nothing. and may prove ii bloating.
Partioa whaling the prescription, w ill plen3o address
itow..LIDWARD A. WILSON,
Kluga . Colpty, N.Y.
May 21), Itily.l-Iy,. ,
- - -
Grocery and Provsion Store
Skini th irldrotrae - rs
harin g elisFel the Fleur,g . t'ea,l Store lately
owned by Charles Van Valkenburg, Main St.; -
Wellsbeid, bereby °tido to the public that
we have stocked the et)tablithment milli a full
FLO CR ( 5. PEED,
which \re Omit di,pot , o of at such pricos as shall
permit _us to
LIVE AND LET LIVE !
We shall keep first elaF:;
SUC AR S, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEES,
FLOUR, VFED, PORE, FISIT, AND
Cwoo and Een xO4. Proddrc wanted,
IVe11:1/..ro, Oz• t. .1, I SWJ
SA LB .01? • REA I ,-'..E87 1 4. 1 .11F;r7
IDy of an order of (ho Court of
Common Pleas of Tioga County, dated tiep
tember 10, 1869, the undersigned Committoo of
the parson and estate of Polly Wilson, a Luna
tic, will, on Saturday the 30th day of October
at 2 o'clock P. Ai., upon the premises, sell
at Public Stile, all that lot of land situate in
Charleston ToWnship, Tioga County Pa. Bo
gioning at a post in the East lino of Warrant
:ittrvey, No. 4170, Lying the North-cast corner of
Lot No. 2, of the snbdiyisions of said warrant ;
and tits North-tatet corner hereof—thence South'
000 tiegi ; West WI rods to a post in said war
rant line ; thence North 881 degrees, West, 88/
nab.; to a post, thence North one degree,
East, U( rods to a post, thence South 851 degrees;
East, Bg/ rods to the place of beginning, con
nintf 50 1-10 acres. Terms Cash.
Oct. t, 1880
NOTICE.,--Wc the undereigned.agree to close
our STORES on and alter tho first. of
uctober ISM), up to the first day of April 1870,
at S o'clock P. 'lll. (Signed ) O. Bullard it Co.
Thomas Bit/ den, L. Bache, Toles & Barker, C.
I/. Wilcox. Wilson & Van Valkenburg, • C. B.
Roney, B, P. Roberts., Roberts & Bailoy, con.
vcri , o & Osgood, John R. Bowen.
Wellsburo, Oct. 1, 1860.
VW . i' c i4lql
NIT Shot lino and Pistol for salo cheap
Enquiro at this office of,
C. J. VAN GELDER.
Oct, 6, 1860.
1[1.9.8. romov.ea,bis goods to tho New Store. in
Wright do Bailey's Block, second door
oast of Soars' Saloon. '
Lois of Nov Goods,
nst received, - comprising' every thing usually
!carit in a
1111 Y GOODS STORET
So i V8' 1 04444 . 6
+AA '' *U 11 1
Yielley PPP I t9 7
bas.gono.*iLli li4goods;' • E
Consiaing,p;if everything,. ..:
Including old women's hoods. • •
Dry Goods, Groceries, , Crocker)-,
- hardware, .Boots 111,c1 .Islloes.,
and nn cndles!s varibtrof
hat is usually found ,in a jirst-class country
Thanking my, patrons for their very liberal
patronage-heretofore, I propose to attend strictly
to business in,fatard and sell all the goods I,poa.
stbly can. - So eall in' and 'o'co
Sept. 22, l' 09- KELLEY.
Cash Capital over $20,000,000.
'FIRST-CLASS CO'S-NONE BETTER. ,
RATES. AS LOW as any good Companies
will take. Policies on dwellings and farm
property written at this office, and delivered on
puvient of premium.
Arc 'oat, Insured !
It costs but littlo,,purticularly to insure citron
ings, farm properly, and ' contents. Detached
deellings and farm property insured for 3 years
for ono per rectum and expense of policy, tte.
A house, detached :100 or 'more insured -for
$lOOO for 3 years, at an expense of $11,50. Only
$3,83? c a year! Small tax—good thing in cost tf
fire. Furniture, provisions, bedding &c., at the
same rates. There is no excuse,
Everyone Should be Insured
If not with me, Smith dc•Merrieyll do it just
as cheap, and ju.4l, as w6ll. (Gratis, gentlemen.)
I should bo glad however, to befriend enough in
this manner to pay for advertising.
:Hy O. I, MITCHELL.
Wellsh'oro, Sept. 22, ISIIO-tf.
DZCIoNNT f rilLeilt. !
rlllienP ''',/1 1 hiiiigs is' :' Aiiii• I
EVERY thing is Mvejy,,ond ,the, unser biped
depends from sublinidnltitude.
You will PletiAO‘'Obser*e;
; ; •
that the best pnturcd man in Town having no
tic :d wants 'of the public, and having bouw
tifuliy supplilhimself with almost ,everything
wins hi this wor tic tit ritrtirie to lippettse them;
now benevolent y proposes to open the whole be
fore the people, and say to all; gld acid young,
MAO: a„d white, rich and pour,
CI 41 MI 111 43
You pay your Miney and you take y'ou►
Don't stand out in tho cold exposod to tho el•
etnents and to tho Sting of the neighbors bees,
but pull the latch string, it is'alwaysout in bus.-
iness hours, tto.
The large hearted proprietor, or his urbane
good natured clerk will conduct you, as it were
filled with ra'i•h i ng dtlights
Est. A GAII,DEINT. SPICE iu which,
every thing 8144ifioni a Nutmeg to mYonrie pep
per may be soon, aad,pri t ieurep," r •
2,1, A GAlti)El\t' OF SWEETS,in which ev
ery variety of Saccharin° delights, both solid and
liquid may be had by the Wok, potind or gallon,
and of i.11.:11 flavor and complexion as will make
every °chi ' wtet tooth in your head fairly
j•inip with dolight. Should you bo pomologi
eally inclined, this humane individual will con.
duct you into a
CARDEN OF FRUITS, in which almost ev
ery variety of lascittut things to, be found gath
ered from the four quarters of the globe, will be
shown to satisfy your largest longings. Oranges
from Cuba, Lemons , from Florida, Prunes from
Turkey, Raisins from Malaga, Currants from the
Grecian Archipelago; Poaches driod and cann
ed along with a groat 'variety of Canned Fruits
from the Jerseys; Dates from Syria, and Figs
from Asia Al inor. Ne - ond to the supply of ovory
species of NUTS from 3 Continents.
TIIE TEA GARDEN-will next command
your attention; , the warm doooction of theDhina
leaf and the'Java bean have become
orsal beverages, and if not swallowed too hot or
to strong, the mild 6On:talents aro esteemed as
eminently promotive of comfort and sociality.—
What compiny of elderly ladies could over part
in kaco without thorn ? Now your friend the
GARDNER, will bo most happy to show you
all this. Ho will ask yoti politely to look at his
Toa. You - are Welcome to try every chest and
see if GUN POWDER, Souchong GREEN;
HYSON,which flavor you like, but of all
tho other stylus whose jaw cracicing names would
ho dangerous to pronounce, COFFEES, in every
style,,ditto, ditto, ditto.
The beneficent proprietor of this mammoth es
tablishment—out of sheer good will, and if you
will believe him 'for no other motive than your
interest and his, has at vast expense established
at the same place an immense depot of Provis
ions, consisting of
Flour, Pork, Lard, Codfish, White Fish;
Sword Fish, &c., &c.
Meal, Hams, Butter, Trout, Blue Fish,
Halibut, &c., &c.
All of which he intends to sell at a profity on the
principle of "live and let live." 110 generally
proposes also to receive in exchange nil the pro
ducts of your fargi atiff dairies,anft leis - Said con
fidentially to the public, that ho never refuses
• Tho' it irks him wretchedly to keep it. So
anxious is ho. that the dear people should want
nettling whatever that money can buy of
Wellshoro, Juno 16, ISO
STATE NCIXiDIAL SCHOOL,
MIIE next term of this' Institution will com
l. mance Wednesdny, Sellast, 166 p., ,
For Cataloguesaithiress' Ver-
I'll, Mansfield, Tioga County Fa.
tnly 7, 1369-tl.
El/clam - 1 Societg.'
f_U H £ Annual Fair of tho Elkland
'Union Agricnltutal SoCiety will be held on,
tho grounds at the CuMpany, at Elkland, on the:.
14th,-15 and 11th day S, of October 1869, $6OO in
premiums and purses. I, R.'l'. WOOD,'See'y.
HOTEL and lot, known as tho Royston°
,L-1 Hotel in Elkland Boro, is offered for sale
upon reasonable terms. For particulars, en
quire of the subscriber at Elkland, Pa.
Sept. 29, 1869-6 E. 1' It. T. WOOD.
LAST NOTICE.—aII persons having unsettled
saw bills with us, will please call at J. R.
liowen's storo and settle at onoo, either by cash
or noto.TRUMAN tt BOWEN:
Sept. 20,1869-3 Y; • ' '
AND PROVISION STORE,
In Mozart . Block, let door below Converse (E•• Os
'. 0 ; good's _Dry 90004 Store.
c oi i, o t o Johri 11. Rico
If you' wAot to got mom good'Rioo,
Only ono ,shilliniPor pound;
B u t yob 101 not find whiskoy or wino,
an othcr ,jonipound„;
But TO'aaj,Teasi of the vOfty• host, ' '
Hero yourwill IlmVa largo hiWn'inotit v
Cloves, cinuatoop and candy,' _ ,
Hero you svolllrlaloverythlng handy.
Flptr, Flyur, of e'14,5% grttde and kind,
And prices to suit all mankind;
s o ib ero • be no grumbling,
lo ibel4rrelsitt had mill will Go filiabling,
-t• , 1
Crackers, Thipcco aid Mispice i „
Dried Beat and Sugar-cured Ilttrite;
If I sell to you once I can twice,
So call:in Woman and man:
So giro me a call both great and small,
And I will try to,suit you all;
But if you ¶Oll irishere by chance,
Do not forget to bring a few stamps,
Keroamie DA and ilitegar.
doleman's Mustard and Ginger;
And Soap the best at ten cents a bar,
And lino Salt for, butter, tho best by far
Hero is wh ro you will find,
Brown's (I Les Cleaning Polish, - -
That will st until everything is demolished
August 2., 1869-tf.
;liillmor is Long a-Coming!
AND sow pooplo begin, to boo faith in tho
promo of ecot iti mo and harvest. In view
of this fact ;
invo concluded to hurry up the season by stook
ng their shelves and counters with a wisely so•
octed ens superibr lot or
SUABIER _ThRtSS GOODS,
Silks, LinenS, Hosiery, Gloves, Em
broidfries, Poplins, Lawns, Percales,
Pignas, &c.; &c.,
Domeities, Sheetings, Shillings, Sum
'.finer Clothing, Ladies Shoes, &e.
We stall ?01l as low as anybody, and give yot
rustne 16, 1S 69 BIJLI,AIiD
NOW SUMMER GOODS.
WOULD Fay to their friends and the public
generally, that they are now receiving a
splendid assortment of summer
MEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, PRINTS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VEST- -
READY MADE CLO
THING, lIATS --- &-CAPS,
BOOTS AND SIIOES,
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WOODEN
WARIJ STONE WARE, KERO
SENEI OIL, PAINTS & OILS,'
SUGARS, TEAS, 'COFFEES,
We nro ilple to otter our customers the benefit
in the Now York Market, our Stock having been
purchased slue° the great decline in Goods.
419hn, H. Rice's
Bullard, er. Co.,
comprising a variety of
together with a fine lot of
. . ~
Tan & BARKER,
(NO. 5, LikVION: BLOCK.)
algo a largo and well selected stool: of
ETC,. ETC., ETO,
LAST DECLINE OF PRICES
TOLLS it BARKER
Wollsboro, Juno 10, 1860.
ROV 9 S
Cholera Drops !
This medicine is qiiite dif
ferent from .all other preptira
till LEI A
It i 5 an unfailing remedy for
disorders of the bowels.
SOLD BY DR,UGGISTS AT 50 ors
PER B 0 TTLE,
Wellsborp, July, 48,186,97-1 y
houso ;and loOttoisin- as the "Simpson
T Property" corner of Pearl street, •end First
avenue. Apply to MUGU- YOUNG.
Sept. 29, 4w.
A. M. INGHAM. M. D.,
HOMOEOPATHIST, office at his residenoo on
tho Avenuo. Wellabor°, Aug. 25th 186.9—tf.
Here' We Are Agidn!
XIIANKFUL for the favors we have thus far
I received from the I)cteple of THE TIOGA
VALLEY, we wish to call their attentioi to the
fact that wo are just receiving a
adapted to tho early Fall Trade, comprising ev
erything desirablo, both in style and quality, and
shall be pleased to see our old customers and all
who may come from that vicinity to ,CORNINGI
BOOTS AND SHOES,
as we always gilio customers from a distance
A LARGE DISCOUNT ON PRICES,
we thus make it for their interest to come to us
to make tliqir port:buses, RS many poop e in that
region will testify. We do not believe in long
advertisements, displaying long lists of prices,
, but will convince all who come that we can,
and (In sell S
Call and take aloak through Our immense stock
and satisfy yourselves.
Corning, Sept 8, 1819
NEW SPRING GOODS
AT the PEOPLES' STORE
I F you Sint-tto best AMERICAN PRINTS in
inaulcet, for 12i - eentsper.. yard, and other
Goods in proportion. Tf you want any
by the yard Or t wade to oral} is tho !nost ap
proved sfylo. If you wont any;
call whore you can find 70 rolls to select from.—
In short, if you want anything in
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC GOODS,
where prices aro uniform and low, whore honesty
and fair dealing is_the motto; and if you want
II It t 1 P S,
CORNING. N. Y.
New Stock of Goods
Carpels, &c., &c.,
that. this Store is, in reality
for this section of country
NEWELL & OWEN
CORNING, N. Y
Dress Goods or Shawls
IC you want any
Cloths or Cassimeres,
at the lowest prices. Call at the
25 per cent less than you can buy elsewhere,
call on tho agents of the
GREAT C. S. TEA COMPANY
and ho convinced,
Como and see for yourselves. Storo directly
opposite the Dickinson Mouse. '
SMITH & WAITE
Corning, March al, 1869.
WANTED—TWO GOOD, stoady journey
men Shootuakors, to whom constant em
ployment will be givon. Apply to 1 . 1. B, SMITH,
Blossburg, ISopt. 15,1869-20
Thi4 space was sold I
to .lathers, but ow
ing to the rush of bu
siness 1w cannot use
Fresh fiends Received Weekly
Hats ; And Caps.
lio it rettiimtbere , l, that
Converse & Osgood
keep constantly on hand a large stock of genera
GOODS AS .REPRESENTED. NOT
TO BE UNDALSOLD
jan.d, 1.81;8.-Iy. OONVERISE Sr, OSGOOD
3 M t \WMILM 8 /
The undersigned would respectfully inform
ha citi7ens of Tioga and vicinity that ho has
ult opened a
Waicli and Jewelry
establiihment in Borden's Drug Storo, and is
prepared to execute all w•dors in his line of
business with despatch and in the best of man-
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Tioga, Feb. 21, 1869.—tf.
HAVING purchased the wool carding works
of Mott ..t• Whitney, the subscribors are
now prepared to card wool intp rolls promptly
and in the best manner. Persons coming from
a distance, rind wishing to carry thoir rolls home
with them, the same day will be accommodated.
The chargo for carding is based upon the weight
of the rolls, and not upon that of the crude
Satisfaction guaranteed. We have a first-class
machine and plenty of power to drive it.
July 27, .11'869-4in
ORGANS AND MELODEONS,
Folt sale by I. O. HOYT. Haines Brother:
Pianos, Cliickerings, Steinways, and Stock's
Ilinlermistor's Organs and Melodeons, and Mn
son Jr, llatelin's Organ. Those are all first- , "'"
Instruments. Having the experience of
years in Musical Instruments, and
same, I can offer greater imitteerue- W ""-
mars of Tioga County the', mn Aber dealer in
Northoin Pa. Every instru,.,ent is warranted
,ieulars see Illnstrat
for five years. Vor full pv' I. G. HOYT.
Mansfield . , P a ., Apron 3, lBB9—ly
,seate Street Lots.
Al.. CONS having laid off his land on
Stato Street into town lots now. offers
thorn for sato on reasonablo terms.
.Wellsboro, April 28, 1869.
ETTERS TESTAMENTAY having boon
gVanted upon the estate of Vine DePui,
Into of Tiogn Ttvp., deo'd, all persons indebted
to, or claiming against said estate, will settle
with ELIZA DEPTH,
Tiogn, Sept. 8.,1869-6tt Executrix.
• General EU ion Proclamation.
WHEREAS, by an act of the (lonorat Assembly of ,
the Commonwealth of Penneyl=llB,l this
"An act to regulate the 4 deberal Elections of thia Com.
monwcalth," enacted on the 24 day of July, 1839, it is
enjoined km me to give public notice. what oMcera are to
be electe4--thoneforo I, JEROMB B. poivEw in g i„
Sheriff of Tioga county, do hereby make knownand
give this public) notico to the - Electors of Tioga County,
hat to General Election will' bo held
n thrctooh ilm o in u a t the e
fcounty on the 2d Tuesday of October ex
twelfth day thereof, at the BOVet al districts w than tau •
Moss, Union schoolhouse.
Brookfield, South Road school house.
Charleston ;Dant Settlement school home.
Clymer,Sabinvillo school house. '
Chatham, at the Chatham Center school house,
Covington, hotel of Samuel Riff.
Covington Borough, hotel of Samuel Rif.
Belmar, at the Court House.
Deerfield, Cowanesque House, Ira Wagner.
Elltland Borough, Bonnet Hotel.
Elk, at the Smith school house,
Fall Brook Borough, Fallow school Longo.
Farmington, house of Peter ]Mowry, deceased.
Gains, IL C. Vermilyca'i.
Jackson, laouso of O. milton.
Knox, illelberougb, Eahle Must!.
Lawrence, Slosson's Hotel.
Lawrence Borough, Slossou'a Hotel.
Liberty, Shafter,s lintel.
Mansfield Borough,Model school honsq.
hlainiiturg Borough, P.Doud's Hotel.
Middlebury, 11011tdaytowu school house.
Morris, house of Geo. Crist.
Nelson, house of Charles Goodrich.
Richniond, Methodist qlirircit.
Rutland, house of Elnihr Backer.
Sullivan, I'. Doud'a Hutch
Shippon, Big Meadow school house,
Taiga, E. S. Farr's Hotel.
Tloga Borough, E. S. Fart's Rotel. - -
Wellsboro, at the Court (louse.
Westfield, E.G. Hull's Hotel.
• Westfield, E.G. Hotel.
Ward, lams° of William L. Thomas.
Union, house ofJohn Irvine.
At whicu time and places the following named State,
Diets ict, and County officers are to be elected:
One person for Governor Cl the Comomnwealtb.
One Person for Judge ut the Supreme Court of the
Tao peiSOUS to represent Tioga and Potter counties
in) the General Assembly.'
Ono person for Prothonotary of Tioga connty;: - _
Oat: person for Register and Recorder ofTiogn county.
One person for Treasurer of Tioga county.
One person for Commissioner of Tioga county'
vireo persons for Auditors of Tioga county.
Ono person for Coroner of Tioga county.
And township and ,borough oflicers for the several
townships and boroughs of Tioga county.
It is lurther directed that the meeting of tho Return
Judges at tho Court House, Wellsboro. to make out the
general tuturns, shall by on the lint Friday succeed Lug
the said election, that being the li.th day of October.-,
I am by , Said act further directed to give notice that
every person, except Juiftices of the Peace, mho shall
hold wilco or appointments of trust or pt °fit under thO
go‘ernuient ut tile Cnited S.bites, or of this State, or of
,my city or incorportcd district, whether a commis
sioned oilicer or otherwise; a subordinate officer or
who is or V. ho'shall be employed under the leg
adative, executive ur judiciary departments of this
State, or of any incorporated district; and also that.
every member of Congress, and ot tho select or common
council of any city, commissioners of any incorporated
district, is by law incapable ut holding or exerctsiug at
the sumo time the omen or appointment of judge, in
spector, or clerk of any election of this Commonwealth,
and that no inspector, judge, or any other officer of any
ditch election shall be eligible to any unite tbeu to Le—
In accordance with the act of Annemely, of March
11611, regulating the manner of voting at all elections, I
tanner state tor the intoimation of voters that all.
State alters will be voted for on a single slip of paper
labeled " State;"- - and all county officers', including
members of Assembly, willbo voted for on a seperate
ballot, and labeled "County;" and all towuship and
borough offices %%Maw voted for on a seperato ballot,
labeled •`Township, l or "Ilmongh." each class to be de
pc,elted in seperato balloe-bo x en.
Fur instructions in tegatd to the organization of
boards of election, etc., see act o f Assembly of 2d July.
1839, pamphlet laws, page 211 ; likewise contained in a
P ractle '" i g est of the election lawn of this Common
a c t iet es ery_placo of holding general
elections, page SO,
Given "der lily hand at Wellsborough, this 2d day
of Septembei, labo, J. B. POTTER, Sheriff.
MOORE 41.: BACON
A. B. EASTMAN,
j; • •
Artificial teeth from one to an entire set insert
ed at short notice on any plate desired.
Teeth extracted without pain—proved by
scores of viitnosses, at the office. Special atten
tion given to the treatment and filling of the
natural teet i h. All work warranted at "live and
lot live prices."
July 28, 1569.
Great Improvement in Densistry.
rAm IIAVIN(1 purchased the exclu
tc,Sl.-..,.*=^1-- sive right of Dr. Folsom's Im
-7•111.11111 proved patent Atmospheric Dental
Plates for Tioga County. I , now take pleasure
in offering it to the public ns the greatest pis
covanY yet made in
llytho 1160 of whieb, we can ofOrcorao any any
and all difficulties which have heretofore baffled
the skill of the most practioal Dentist in the
world. Plates constructed upon this plan re
main perfectly firm under all circumstances or
condition of the mouth, as no air, or particles. of
food can possiblyget under them. Those having
old styles, Gold or Rubber Plates, can, at half
the cost, have the Improvement applied to them
answoringin every . respect the same purpose as
as a now fset. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed
in every case. C. N. DARTT, Dentist.
Wellsboro, Juno 9, 1869.
This Is to certify that we aro now using the Improv
ed Dental Plates Midi perfect satisfaction. having
used the old style of plates for yearswith all the troubles
and inconveniences known in the use of such plates,
we diem folly recommend the improved Plates as far
superior to anything yet known. 1L lt, KIMBALL.
CARRIAGE MAILING. -
UNDERSION . ED still continues tho
j. Carriage business at his old stand on Alain
street, near the Academy, where manufacturing
and revailing will be promptly done and satis
faction guarranteed. The e
Will bo conducted by Illr. P. 0. LYON, who has
had many yeara experience in the business, and
will give perfect satisfaction to all in
learriage Ironing, Horse Shoeing,
Particular attention given to .1101.50-shoeing. All
work warranted. 11 W. DAWIT.
Wellsboro, July 11,
House LO for• Sale
AGOOD House and barn, on a lot of two
acres, within ten minutes walk of the
Court House, Wellsboro, is .offered for Ale. In
quire of John I. Mitchell, Esq., AVollF,boro. •
Aug. 25, 3.860-tf.-
AT FACTORY PRICES:
lii:ays on hand or furnished to order, at
07iJER TS & BAILEY S Hardware
Stove, 16 cllsLoro.
rpo DEBTORS.—AII persons indebted to me
j_ are requested to call and settle at once:
All accounts with me 'before the new firm was
formed must be closedup without delay.
Wellsboro, Aug. 25, 1569,
WM. H. ARNISTIZOING
Armstrong St' Linn,
Aug. 4,1809-1 y
Jno. w. Adams,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT.LAW,
Mansfield, Tioga county, Pa. Co !Notions
[Dept.promptly attended to. [Dept . 1,18694
THIS is to certify that I havo girep my son
Chas. A, st ee aas the remainder of his mi
nurity and that he is free to transact btr4ness for
himself, I a Nitt claim none of his ettenings or
pay no d e hfs of his contracting after this date.
I voilsbero, Sept. 22, 1669
("SAME to t 3 he premises of the subscriber about
WI L ) tho firsts of August, ult., n RED CALF,
about 6 months old. The owner is requested to
reclaim the same and pay charges.
Charleston, Sept. l, 1869-31.
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,
by M. A. DURIF.
1401)3)30r°, Deo. 16, 1868.—tf
Application for Pardon.
1 tJBLIC notice is beroby given that an appli
cation for a pardon from the sentence int
posod upon me by the Court of Quarter Seasons,
on the 3d day of June lest will be made to His,
Excellency John W. Geary, Governor of thy'
Commonwealth of Ponn'a. on the first. day
October next. GEO. W. GOODALT/
Welleboro, Sept. 22, 1889-3 w.
No. 13, MAIN STREET,