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• When wo lay beneath the daisies,
lladerneatb the churchyard mold,
And'the long grass o'er our faces'
Lays its fingers damp and cold;
When .we sleep from care and sorrow,
And the ills of earthly life--
Sleep, to know no sad to-morrow,
With its bitterness of strife—
* Who 11111 care
Who will ease?
Virkio will come to weep above us,
Toying, oh II so white and Still,
Underneath the skies of 'summer,
When all nature's pulses thrill
s now life, Old and tender,
Ball of beantY, rioh and sweet r
All the world is clad in splendor
That the years shall o'er repeat,
- • • Who will care?,
Who will care?
Vag - wlll think of white bands lying
On a still and silent breast,
Never more to know of sighing,
Evoremore to know of rest?
MI6 will care? No one can tell us,
But if rest and peace befall,
Will it matter if they miss us,
Or they miss us not at all 7
Not at'all 7
GREELEY AND VANDERBILT.—The
New York correspondent of the St.
Louis Times is responsible for the • fol
lowing reminiscence of the swearing
properties of these two distinguished
personages : One evening last Isuramer
two men went aboard a Hudson river
boat bound for Albany. The 'tint was
a tall man, with gray hair, but vigorous
for his age: The second jwaa nearly fts
tall, but stouter t and also, gray, and his
peculiar slouching walk attracted a
good deal of notice. The boat cast, bir
and proceeded up the river, while thost
of the passengers sat ou the upper deck
enjoying the cool air and admiring the
beautful scenery of the Hudson.
Presently a loud voice, pealing Wit a
torrent of expletives, was heard on the
.deck below. One of the boat hands had
let something heavy fall on the toes of
the tall - thin man, and be iifened on
that unfortunate menial. e Iduraed
him-to Tiricho, and Halifax, anti-Jere:
velem, and a place a good deal warmer
than either, and called him more names
than he mild reap in a week, and made
the polysyllable .oaths fly about so fast
that the poor deck hand-was complete
ly demolished and obliged to retire: in
wild confusion from the scene. At the
same moment a man who .had been
leaning over the side rails began to
swear. It was the same man that had
gope abroad after the tall, thin one.—
He had taken Wills hat and was lean
ing over the rail in contemplative at !
titude and mood, and when some one on
the upper deck dropped about a table
spoonful of tobacco spltttle on his head.
That started him. He shook his lists
and stamped, and uttered volley after
volley of.rousing oaths, and startled the
whole boat with his fury. The passat
gers were ready to acknowledge his su
periority to the other man, when the
deck hand turned up again_ Then the
other man resumed operations. He
damned that deck baud ail over the
world, and the lower part of the. other
one, and kept at it till the deck hand
retreated again. In the mean time the
man who had broken out about the to
bacco spittle had subsided, and when
quiet was restored another deck hand
asked one of the passengers Who "them
two fellers" were.
"One is Commodiire Vanderbilt and
"Well, I've USN\ along this 'ere river
thirty year, and I've knowed a fellers
that could do pretty tall swarin,' but
I'm d—d if thht skinny old chap ain't
ahead of any one I'Ve• seed yet,. The
baby-faced feller ain't bad, but it ain't
no use for him to try when t'other one's
around. Jimmy 1 ain't he a rouser?
Andthe Comrnodorefhas been IMprov
ing his opportunity ever since.
_ A NEW SPECIMEN.—Mark Twain tells
a capital story. Here is one of hia best:
"One day when. I and, my brother
went into the woods, he shot a chicken,
hawk and a crow, and while we were
lolling in the shade under a tree he
pulled the tails out of. the birds, and
then fooling rou'ad and talking, be fi
nally built the crow's tall Into the chick
en hawk's transom. When wei saw
what a neat job It was we thought we
would keep_it. When we got home we
- were late for supper and we just dropped
it on the porch and rushed in. 'We had
a sort ofsneaking hope that the old man
and our uncle would get bit with it any
way, because they °were always potter
ing. over, geology, natural history, - or
something they didn't know anything
about. While we were at supper, they
came along and found the bird, and we
heard_ them disOussingltand talking all .
sorts of astonishment. Directly the old
man came in having the bird by the leg
"Boys, where did you get this bird ?"
Shot him in the woods, sir."
"Did you ever come across any bird
like this around here before?"
"No sir, this is the first."
"Boys do you know what you've
(lone? You've discovered something
that will make you known everywhere.
The bird is of a new species."
And then he walked out, and we heard
him and uncle conclude that they would
label it with their own names and send
it to Professor Regent:mum, at Albany.
Pretty soon though, the old man took
bold of the tail and it pulled out, and
we heard both of them swear a little.—
When we came out the bird - was lying
on one side of the fence and the tail on
the other. We did not dare to,laugh,
nor let.on about hearing their talk eith
:But about a month after this there
came along one of the rattiest specimens
of a boy you ever saw, and wanted to
stop with us. He was all rags and tat
ters, and tired out with- running away
from his master somewhere. His shirt
was hanging at half-mast through his
trousers, and tivo-thirds of the tail was
a piece of blue flannel that had been
sewed' on. Whihithe poor devil was
eating his dinner; uncle and the old
man were studying what they had bet
ter do with him.. And finally they said,
"By George! they didn't know what
to do with him." Just then the boy
rose and swung. his colors viow, andl
" Father, you might send him, to Pro
fessor Hagenbaum, at Albany."
- It wwthe first the_old man knew we
had overheard the bird talk, and so he
whaled..us both. He says, " Pit learn
you to ,
play jokes on your old father."
LIQUOR-DEALERS' CARD.—Many of
the liquor-dealersbave printed business
cards with the following quotation
from Scripture upon the back :
" OLD TESTAMENT.—Give s t rong
drink to hint that is ready to perish,
and wine to •those that be of heavy
heart. .1 4 et him drink and forget his
poverty, and remember his misery no
more. • " NEW • TESTAMENT.—Drink
no longer water, but use a little wine
for thy stomach's sake, and thine often
Why not quote the following, if they
Kaye so much regard for the Scriptures?
Wine is a mocker; Strbng drink is
raging; and whosoever\is deceived
thereby • is not wise." '
And this :
`• Woe unto them that rise up early
Inhe morning,. that they may follow
strlng drink ; that continue until night,
till wine inflames them."
And one more:
" Woe unto 'him that givetli h s
neighbor drink, that maketh hi
An ignorant but - well-meaning an,
having been placed on the commie ion
of the peace in a rural district, declared,
on taking his seat as a magistrate, that
it would be ' his most anxious endeav
or to do justice without fear, favor, af
kale') ; in short,') said he; ernphati.,
catty, I will take care that on this
hbench I will never be partial or in,.
What ship le alwayo laden with;
inorAB removed Ids goods to the New Store in
Wright dt Bailey's Block, second door
east. of Soars' Saloon, .
-Lots of New Goods
Just, received, comprising every - thing usually
kept in a
lIRY GOODS STORM
&Lit's over the way, -
The people Bay—
Kelley hag' gone with his goods;
Consisting of everything,
Incladleg old women ' s hoOdt3.
Dry Girder Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
and an endless variety of
that is usually found in a first-class country
Thanking my patrons for their very liberal
patronage heretofore, I propose to atta i n(' strictly
to business in future and sell all tho goods I pos.
atbly can. So call in and see
Sept. 22, it OP. 1 KELLEY.
KEYSThNE f\ STORE Y.
Summer is Long a-Coming!
AND some people .begin to lose faith in the
promise of Oedtime and harvest. In view
of this faO i t -
Bullard & Co.,
have concluded t' hurry up'the season by stock
lag their shelves and counters with • a wisely se
leeted and Operior lot of -
SUMMER) DRESS GOODS,
comprising a varioty f of
Silks, Linens, Hosiery, Gloves, Em
broideries, Poplins, Lawns, Percales,
togther with a fine Icit.of
Domestics, Sheeting's, Shirtings, Sum
mei. Clothing, Ladies Shoes, &c. •
We shall sell as low as anybody, and give ylm
-6m. rustne 16, 18 69 19MLA1 Da CO
SELLING OFF iT COST
11 0 9 Mg WEUZZ443 its Ca
Will eoll from this date their entire stook of
Perfumery, Notions, Dye:
Stiffs, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Glass, Putty,
Alcohol, Turpentine, Kerosene 011,
Fixtures ; &c., &c., &c.,
AT COST FOR. CASH.
Positively no Humbug.
P. R. wrLrkrAßis & co.
We'labor°, 31arob 3, 1869.
nABII PAID 808 WOOL, ;SEWER AND
OREM, by • O. Di WILLCOX.
1 / a
Having formed a partnership in the Tin, Stove
and Hardware trade, thelanderalgued have tho
pleasure to announce that 'they have, at a great
outlay, added to the usual l stock of the old stand
on - •
MAIN STREET, WELLSBOp),
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 LUNGES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, [CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
. PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINER. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for nse. These are but a
fewiof the many articles composing our stock
Wo invite tho public to call and examiner for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our lino; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOR TEE
Buckeye Mower 41k, Reaper.
R. B• BAILEY.
noDnimo y rtirASY.
Ingham's Woolen Mills!
DEE RFIELD,, PA
THE subscribers will pay Cash, Full-Cloth,
Cassimeree, Flannels, &0., &0., for Wool.—
They also manufacture as usual—
TO MBAR ON SURES,
to snit customers. All work warranted as rep
resented. They invite, particular attention to
their Water Proof
which are warranted In every respect. Particu
lar attention given to
ROLL a CARDING
INGHAM'S largo stook of Casishaeres, &0., 25
per cent less than any Competitors, and warrant.
ad as ropreeented.
INGRAM) manufacture to ordor, and do all
kinds of Roll• Carding and Cloth Droning, and
INGRAUS have as good an assortment of
Fidl Olathe, Cassimeres, /Ice.,
and give more for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your-,
, INGRAM wholesale and retail at the Cow
anenque Mills, 2 miles below Knoxville.
Our Cloths are warranted, and sold by the
• DELANO & CO.. Wollsboro, Pa.
T, L. BALDWIN dr. CO., Tioga, Pa.
J. C, BENNETT, Covington, Pa. .
100,000 Pounds of Wool
JOBlllll 1NG,114.31. 4t, 801%.
Deertield,Jutte 30, 1869—tf.
lAtUei STOii '1
By W. C.• KBESS.
TIIE subscriber will keep on baud at all times
a full stock of
Flavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Kerosene,
Lamps, Wicks, Dye Colors, White Wash
Lime and, Brushes, . Varnish and
Sash Brushei, Window
all sizes, Varnish of all
kinds, Fancy Soaps,
• Hair Dili,
Hair and noth Brushes, a full , stock of
Yankee Notions; also a complete as
and a full stock of
Pure -Wines and Liquors.
Buyers are requeited to call and examine pri
mp before pnrshasing elsewhere.
THE • 'AMERICAN
. BUTTON•HOLE- OYER-SEAMING
AND SEWLNG MACHINE.
T" greatest invention and the beat sewing
Machine in the welid.' It has no equal as
a Family Machine. And .-
INTRINSICALLY THE CHEAPEST.
It is really two maohinea in one by a simple
and beautiful mechanical arrangement, making
both the Shuttle or Lock-stitch and the Over
seaming and Button-hole stitch with •equal fa.
ditty and perfection.
It executes in the very best manner, every va
riety of 41ewing; such as
HEMMING, FELLING, CORDING,
GATHERING} and SEW—
and in addition OVER-SEAMING. 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 gbie
For further information inquire of F. KINGS
LEY, at R. C. Bailey's in Morris Run,
or of Mrs.
S. K. EVERETT, four doors south - of the Depot
near R. Farr's Hotel, Blossliurg, where the ma
chine may be tried, and instructions received in
using the Machine, by all those wishing to buy.
P. KINGSLEY, Agent.
Morris Run, Pa., June 9,1869-3 m..
HARDWARE. AND STOVES I
CONYERS & OSGOOD
TT A:sa oin r
band and are constantly receiving
a Hardware Store
every article needed in this region of country,
SHELF HARDw.A.R.N, IRON, STEEL
NAILS, MIDDLETOWN AND
... k r.
. ELMIRA IS WS, ROPE,
Cooking, Self-Regulators and Coal
Home C ompanion,
and tho justly celebratnd
BERMAN COOK STOVO,
No pains will be spared to meet the wants o
CONVERS .S 4 OSGOOD.
WoDaboro, Jan. 6, 1869, ly.
USIND I M:I423•2 I
The undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Tioga and vicinity that he has
just opened a
Watch and Jewelry
establishment in Borden's Drug Store, and is
prepared to esleouto all orders in his line of
business with despatch and in the best of man
ALL WORK WARRANTED,
Tioga, Feb. 24, I - 869 .4f.
Fresh Goods-Received Weekly.
CROCKERY! • -
MOWN UM) WM%
Hats and Caps.
Be it remembered, that
Converse & Osgood
keep constantly on band t large . etook of general
GOODS AS REPRESENTED. NOT
TO BE UNDERSOLD.
Jan. 6, 1868.-Iy. CONVERSE,Ic OSGOOD.
T AM AGENT for Kinney .4 Co., ulebrated
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.
Wellaborn, May 5, 11389—tf.
Notice to Collectors.
COLLEOTORS of the taxes for 1869 pre re
quested to be prompt in collecting up their
duplicates and paying over the same by the lat
of September. By so doing not less than $lOOO
can be saved to the county.
Aug, 4, 1869. 11. C. BAILEY,
VERMONT AND ITALIAN MARBLE, Man
, ufacturer of MONUMENTS, TOMB4STONES
o. Cor. Market di Cedar Ste., Corning,
N. Y. All orders promptly and neatly exe
o.ated. ANDREW 'VAN 'DUSEN, Agent.
Act. 13, 1869-Iy.
UNTO ' , AXI4.IiESIV=" --
KNOXVIttE. --- TIOGIkr.C6I:II4TY; ',,iffNIVA.
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' 0.0, WIAD, Printitimit "'" - • ',. „, , - = , ,
li I r a. ADA W. 1101470 X, Preekbireati:
kiln Mini ElGSTOZl`pttrallitant. - -' ' ^ ..' -' -
Blies Paw& DasstsTr, e‘acher of Music.
The Wall,TerM,ivill'commance. August 81. The-Tinter
Term Nqviupbor SO, Tha Spring Term Marc) ? 8 . Each
Terns to contitruti 12 reeks. _, ,
Illf-PENSEtt PER - TEitif.. . ..
~ . . - .
Tuition, inatuding rent and w ood, Pa11.'Term......511,50.
a - • • • a -,: • s
" Winter Term. 13,60.
" "! '• ' ' o ' ' • " Spring Term— 12,80.
Day Students ' ' • - • •
Instrumental Music, (Piano, Qrgan of - Melodeon). 10,00.
'Focal Musk 2, 00 .
:goo onnstrumenti - ~ . . 2,00.
Drawing and Paneling ' p 8 ,00.
Board per areelt ' - - . ~ ' . .8,00,
July 2 : 1,18694r, . . _
TIS Glsboo' now becomes a . perznan nt ba
siltation, un : der. State authority, having by
spedial net received some peculiar privileges, and
it can now afford all advantages common to.Aca..
demiolnstltutlons..• To• those designing to.pre
pare for teaching we, offer very, decided advan
tages by combining the Theory with-the Practice.
Fall Term commences Ang. 80,1868, and con.
Unties 141 weeks. - : , • . ,
J i ,• . RAPES' OP TUITION. ' °
O'ommon English ; Elementary Algebra, Pri
mary Philosophy and PritizarY Physologylfree,to
all pupils'of school ago residing in Tioga Dom
Conitacas English $5,00,
Nigher g 7,00
Commercial course, time unlimited 6,00
English Branches and German . 8,60
4( " Commercial course... 8.60
For information with regard to rooms or board
call on, or address •
11. 'M. BEELES, Principal,,i
Aug. 4, 1869-rtf. , Tioga, Pa.
A PEET WOOD, &„FARINi PRODINE• B.E
'± calved in payment for. Tuition. , •
RIP SHE GOES !
FOR CASH, we will sell FEED at these pH
W. C. KREBS.
Very best Rye & Gals, Ground
here,, . . . . $2,50 suit
Best imported Feed,' . • 2,25 "
Rest Common Rood, . . ' 2,00 "
Cow Feed, ' • . 1.75"
The above goods, at' the above prices, are
We don't raiz sandltt outlasd.
We haven't a Plaster 11,111 i 'connected with our
Our Feed is pure 1 WEIGHT DAILEY:
Welleboro, Jan. 20, 1860,
Grocery and. Provision Store,
Ci. D. IBITAT-al
'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Vy la all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN do DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED FRUITS 'AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &c., Am.
A fall and ooMpleto ageortmimt of the above
mentioned goods of the best quality always on
Particular attention paid to Pine Groceries
Dealers and Consumers will find it to their in
terent to examine his Stook before buying.
Corning, N. Y., March 31, 1869.
>GROVER & BIKBR'S
594 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
Beauty and Elasticity or Stitch.
Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery.
Using both thread• directly from the spools.
No fastening of seams by hand and no waste
Wide 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, these Machines eznoute the
most beautiful and, permanent Embroidery and
ornamental work. .5
piEr• Tho highest Premiums at all the fairs
end, exhibitions of the United , States and
Europe, have been awarded the Grover it Baker
and the wotk done by them,
wherever exhibited in coMpelitiou.
The, very highest prize THE CROSS
OP THE LEGION OE 110N014 was . conferred
on the representative of the Grover it Baker
Sewing Machines, at the Exposition Universelie,
Paris, 1867, thus attesting their groat superior
ity over all other Sewing Machines.
July 28, 1869 tf. •
Home and Lot for Sale.
HOUSE and Lot, and vacant lot for side
cheap. Location Wellabor°, and desirable.
Inquire at the Agitator Offica.
Oct. 28, 1868,—tf.
MISS R. A. KEENEY bogs leave to inform
the citizens of Tioga and vicinity that she
has taken rooms over Borden's Drug Store, op
posite the Post•Otflce, where she will bo happy
to wait on all who will give her a call.
Particular attention paid to, bleaching.
May 12, 1809-tf.
A farm of three hundred acres, with two hun
dred and twenty-five acres unproved. Sit;
:anted two miles north of Tioga Village, on the
/logs River and Railrocd. Well watttored, un
der a good state of cultivation, and good build
ings. Also four houses and lots for sale inTioga
village. T. L. lIALDWIN.
Tioga, Feb. 12,1868-tf.
T O LAWYERS—
.n full setts; at YOUNG'S BOOKSTORE
FOR SALE—A lot of cutter timber, ready for
nee, will be sold cheap. Call on
HALL it MARCH,
July 21,1869-3 m. .E.emeyrille, FA.
TZOGA HIGH BOHOOL•
FROSI THIS DATE
CORNING, N. Y.
. 1 . FIRST ItRIMIUM
POnts of Excellence.
New llli finery
Valuable Farm for Sale.
ilPtEgitillitliti . ST ORB.
' CORNING, N. Y.
TWIGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS'.INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S FLUID,' EX-
BURNETT'S COCOAINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCH
ESTER PERFUMERY -
AND FLAVORING EXTRAA!PTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buy re are requested
to oall and get quotations bef e going further
W. D. TE ELL
Corning, N.Y., Jan. 1, 1 68--ly
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ORGANS AND MELODEONS,
FOR sale by I. G. HOYT. Haines Brothers
Pianos, Chickerings, Steinways, and Stook's.
liintermister's Organs and Melodeons, and Ma
son & Hamlin's Organ. These aro all first.class
Instruments. Having the experience of many
years in Musical Instruments, and tuning the
same, I can offer greater huh:cements to cushy
mars of Tioga County than any of er dealer in
Northern Pd. Briny I:lonm:tent s warranted
for five years. For full partiilulars •-ce Illustrat
ed Catalogue. I. G. HOYT.
Mansfield, Pa., March 3,1869-1 v
State Street Lots
Ar. CONE baring off
• State Street into town 1
them for sale on reasonable terms.
Wellaboro, April 28, 1869.
SASH, DOORS. B
• AT FACTORY PRIO
Always on hand or furnished t
.ROBERTS & BAILEY'
August 18, 1869.
CASH Paid FOR
Welleboro, Dec, 16, 1938:—tf
Planing & Nat
FLOORING, CEILING, WAINSCOT
ING, TONGUED & GROOVED,
with rapidity and exaotnette, with our new Ma-
chines. Try it and see. B. T. VANHORN.
Weßober°, April 21, 1889.
Thit subscriber offers for sale 'the following
property, situated in Covington township and
tool, Tioga county, Pa.:
68 ores of land in Covington tp., on William
son Gad leading to Blossburg, 4 miles there
from and I mile from Covington borough, about
20 sores improved, a good frame house, barn and
other outbuildings thereon. Also,Sawmill, Bash
Factory, and Shingle Mill and water pr t iviloge
thereon. Also, two tipple orchards - Of 170 trees,
mostly choice fruit, and about half bearing trees
—lB plum trees, 12 Cherry, 90 Currant bushes,
red, white, and black, 4 Crabs, 10 bearing Grape
Vines, 12 Pear, and Peach and Quince.
Also—a Timber lot, 349,8 acres, ft of a mile
from Bash Factory and Sawmill. Timber, pine,
oak, basswood, chestnut, ash, beech, birch, in: • •
and hemlock. Also—a lot in the village, adjoin
ing Gerould's orchard, fronting on Williamson
road and railroad, containing about an acre, a
2-story Rouse, outbuildings, fruit frees and a
good well of water thereon.
Also—another village lot, fronting on William
son road, 60 feet front by about ;200 deep, and
another lot fronting on said road, 1145174 feet.
' For further particulars inquire of DAVID B.
=FLAN, Br., or E4..3 IRELAN, Covington, Pa.
April 21, 1889-tf.
X 0 THE FARMERS OF
lAll noW huilding at my mapufactory,l n Lawrence.
'elle. a superior
which possesses the following advantage:toyer allother
I.lt separates rye, oats, rat litter, and foul eeeds,and
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow sold, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
3, It cleans timothy seed.
il. It does all other separating required of a mill.
This MIII is built of the best and most durable Um
bor„in ilood style, and 'is sold cheap for cash, or pro.
1111. tit a patent sieve", for separating oats from
whe 1 t,to other tale, on reasonable terms.
J. U MATHER.
. . ,
AT THE NILES VALLEY STEAM
10,000 Biis. Corn,
10,000 " .oats, and any amount of
good wheat. J. B. DIMON do Co.
Nilee Valley, March 24th, 1869-t(.
0 4 \
FOR BUSINESS MEN.
E v ery Merchant, Every Mechanic.
Every Manufacturer, Every Farmer.
Every Business Man, and Every Young Man.
Worth ten times its pride. Agents are having
great MOM. For circulars and full informa
tion apply to 0. D. CASE ,At Co. Publishers,
Hartford, Conn. Enov 3 1869-309
RAILWAY TIME. TABLES.
ON and actor MONDAY, - Nov. 16th, 1869, Trains
will love Corning, at tho following hours, viz:
00 I Nil WEST.
12,35 a m, EXPRESS MAU., Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk and 'Cleveland, connecting with
trains far the West. A sleeping Coach is attached to
this train running through to Buffalo.
45,22 a.m.. MOUT EXP., Mondays excepted for Roch.
ester, Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, and Cincinnati,
connection with the Lake Shore, Michigan Southern
and Grand Trunk Railways at Buffalo, Dunkirk and
Cleveland, for the West; also at Cleveland with the
0 0 0 and Ind. Railway for Indianapolis; and at
Cincinnati with the Louisville. Short Line Railway
and the Ohio and Mississippi Railway for the South
6,42 a, in., MOUT EXPRESS, daily for Roch•
ester Buffalo,- Dunkirk, Cleveland and Cincin•
mitt', making direct cornmectlon with trains of the
Grand Trunk and Lake Shore Railways at Buffalo,
Dunkirk and Cleveland for all points West, and at
Clncinnatti with the Ohio and Mississippi and Louis
ville Short Line Railways for the South and Sou th•
1020 a• m., MAIL TRAIN, Sundays excepted, fur
Buffalo and Dunkirk.
12,05 p. m., WAY FREIGIIT, adage excepted.
1,45 p.m., BALTIMORE REP EBB,i3ondayservept.
ed, for Rochailter and Buffalo, via Avon.
5,00 p. m., EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for the West.
7,39 p. m., i 4 DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Rochester, Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati,
and the South Stops at drincipal stations and con
nects points oil main line.
New and improved Drawing Room Coaches accompany
this train from New York to Buffalo, and Sleeping
Coacpes attached at Bornollaville, rnnnlbg through
to Cleveland and Gallon without change. '
, \_ 3o EAST..
1.00 p. m. NIGHT EXPRESS, Sundays' excepted,
connecting at New York with afternoon trains and
steamers for Boston and New England Cities.
piti- Sleeping Coaches accompany this train.
4,45 a. M., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Williamsport,
Harrisburg and the South; also at Elmira for Conan
' ditigum at Waverly with train of Lehigh valley Rail-
I way; at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for Coo
-1 perstown and Albany ; and at New York with @tenni
! ern and afternoon Er iress trains for New England
Silica. tar' Sleeping coaches accompany this train
to Now York. •
11,45 a. tn.,; DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Jersey ,City with midnight express
train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Also
stops at principal stetsons and connecting points on
New and improved Drawing Roma Coaches accompany
this train to New York.
1,10 p. m., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
12,20 p. m., ELMIRA MAUL, Sundays excepted.
4,42 P. m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
Sundays excepted, connecting at Elmira for the
7.58 11. tr‹..LIOIITNINO EXPRESS, Daily, connect
ing at Jersey City with morning Exiaoss train of
New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Washington;
and at Now York with morning Express train for
Boston and Ntiw England Cities. Ater etdps at all prin
cipal stationsnd connecting pointson malt. line.
Sleeping Coac hes accompany tids.traS through to New
i- A. revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway and connecting
Lines, nos recently been published, and can he procur
ed ou application to,the Ticket Agent of the Company
wm. R. ts Ann, L. D. RECKER ;
Gen'l Pass, Agent. ft on'l Supt .
Dion',mire & Corning, & Tioga R. IL
TJAIUS will run na follows until further notice_
ACoommodation—Learoo Blaishurg at 7,15 aim., Mane
fold at 8,05 Tioga at 8,42, Lawroncavill.. at 9.32
arriving at Corning nt 10,40a.m.
Mail—Leavesnloosburg at 2,00 p. m „Mansfield at 2,4 C,
Tioga at 3,18, Lawrenceville at 500—arriving at
Corning at 5 p.m.
Blati—LoavesCorning at 8,00 . m.,l Lawrenceville at
9,o3,Tiogrt at 0,45, Dianotiold at I:o,22—arriving at
Illoso.hurg at 11,00 a. m.
Accommodation—Leaves Corning at 2,40 p, m., Law.
rencovillo at 3,52 Tioga at 4.40, Manoliold at 5,80
arriving at Blosobtirg at 0,18 p.m.
L.Li .SHATTIICK ,Sup't
TRAINS 808 TUB NORTH.
Transfer Canandagula leave Elmira as follows
Accomodution at 7 05 p
Express [fastest train on road] ' 12 20 a m
1) 00 p
Way Frelgbt,[paseenger coach attached] 620 a ts
On and after Nov. 15, 1860, trains will arrive ape
depart from Troy, as follows;
to 35 a. in,—Dally (except Sundays) for El Mira, Buffa
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester, Busp. Bridge and the
958 a. m.—Dally'(exeept Sunda •s) for Elmira and
Buffalo, via Erie Itallistiy front '
LEAVE SO UTHWA RD.
7 23 A. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington, Philadelphia, .S:c.
ft 55 P. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington and Philadelphia.
ALPREI3 It. FISKE ED, S. YOUNG
Gen'iSnpt,llarrieburg, Pass. Ag't
his land on
to now offers
Philadelphia dr. Erie R. R.
0.. 5....14,..11.7a vcy.. o f 1000 T., luo 1111 111 in BMW yr
Lug a follows'
MallTraln leaves Plilladelphla I 8.20 p to
" " " Williamsport ! TAO ato
" • arr-at, Erie F 'D.3O p to
__ _ .
" " `• Williamsport.
•' ." arr. at Erie
. 4 " Williamsport.
" " arr. at Lock Haven..
Mall Train leaves Erie 5.15 a in
" " " Williamsport 9.25 pn,
" " arr. at Philadelphia Gag ato
Erie Express leaves Erie • 3.20 p n.
"-, " Williamsport 330 a to
1. " arr,At Philadelphia 12.0 pre
Elmira Mail, leaves Lock Haven 6.50 a ta
I• " '' 'Williamsport, 9.45 a m
" " arr. at Philadelphia 7 .15 p tc
Buffalo Express, leaves Williamsport 12 20 a m
" " , arr. at Philadelphia... 9.2/5 a m
" 6 I • . Harrisburg 6.20 am.
Mail and Express connect with Oil Creek and Ails.
ghony River Rail Road. Baggage Checked Through.
. ALFRED L. TYLER, Oen'l Sup't.
Atlantic and GrcatWoctorn R• W.
Warrweap Rourrn. EASTWARD BOUND,
Mall 6.80 Express 6.10
Accommodation 6,85 Mail 6.1.:.
Expreda 12.19 Accommodation, 11.0
Exprea a 11,00 Express 6.1 v
At Cory there la a Junction with the Phllndelphia A:
Erie;and Cil Crook Rail Roads.
AtMeadvllle with the Franklin and Oil City and
At Leavittatmargo the Malioniny Branch makes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravonna connacta with
Cleveland and Pittabtugla Railroad.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Galion,
Marion, Urbana and Dayton, Interacctint, veriona rail
rondo, and terminates at Cincinnati.
L. D. RUCKER, Gon.Supt., Mead 0110,Pa .
11P11 INSERINeIt 1 COMPANY
STATES OF AMERICA,
OharteredbySpeci'l Act of Congress
'Cash Capital. $1,000,000,
First National Bank Building,
Where all Correspondenee.should be Addreised
CLAKENCE H. CLARK, rrpsleent.. •
JAY COOKE,,Cbairmanj 'in itnce Sr, Executive core
!Irma . D. CooKE, Vi - resident.
EMERSONoW. PP:ET, S orotary. and; it etuary.
B. S. 'RUSSELL, Man ger.
Circulars. pamphlets, and full particulars giv
en on application to tho Branch Office of the
Company, or to
R. C., SIAIPSON, Wzra,snotio, Ps.,
by whom applications will bo roceirod and Poll
dos procured for Tioga County.
Doo. 9, 1888;ty.
Hoiese j- Lot for Sale.
A GOOD -Haase and barn, on a lot of two
stores, within ton minutes walk of the
Court House, IVellsboro, is offered for tale. In
quire of .Tohn•l. Mitchell, Egg., Wellsboro.
Aug.. 25, 1868—tf. '
TDEBTORS.—AII persons indebted to me
I are requested to call and .settle at once.
Alt accounts with me before the new firm was
formed mast be closedur• without delay.
Wensboro, Avg. 25, 1889.
Northern Central R. R.
WesnirtaTos, D. C
APPROVED Jutlr 25, 1868.
PAID IN FULL.
Atlantic 'and Great 'Western
THW . DREAT BROAD WAGE ROUTE
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL,
OMAHA, ' ?
1 1 . .
And to all Pointadn tho Wzty and Nownt-Wzax
Dayton,, Cincinnati, Louis.
VILLE, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
CITY, MEMPHIS, NEW
And all points in! the South 4t4 Southwest, with
, Change of Coaches ,
TO CLEVELAND_OR CINCINNATI,
From any point on the flrie Rallsrai. An ad.
vantage and convenience not offered by "any
3 Tim:wait LIGHTNING/ EXPRESS Taiiss
Baggage Checked Through; and No ORANGE
from one car to another, , proventing loss or dam.
age. , 1
Tiokots via this popular route can bo procured j
at all offices on the line of the Erie Railway, and 1
81011318 & ABBOTT,
OPPOSIT DEPOT' BLIIIRA.
When purchasing ask the Agent for Tickets
via the ATLANTIC .tt GREAT WESTERN
' W. B. SHATTUC,
Gen. Ticket 12EHI Pau. Ag't, Cleveland, 0
L. D. RUCKED,
Jan. 6, '69_, Gen. Supt., Meadvillekaa
Mason & Hamlin Cabinet
Together with the ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN
and MELODEONS,.can ke advantageously pur
2 1 9 Lo Wlt 0 lE. ELIE;
TIOGA, PA. .
HAVING obtained the agenoy from the man.
ufacturers of the above named instruments
we have the facilities for furnishing them at pri
ces to compare favorably with tNoec of dealers
in either the same or other reed instruments.
Their reputation is such that scarcely anything
need be said regarding their being desirable,
having been awarded premiums and medals at
the principal Fairs and Institutes, both in this
and foreign countries. Many fine modern Im
provements, which are so 'desirable In all good
reed instruments, are owned• and retained for
-their exclusive use by the manufacturers of
these instruments. Hence it is, while they elaim
}strength and durability, together with volume,
and quality of tone equal to any, they excel all
'other retd inetruments,ln - the variety and .com
bination of tones which can be produced.
INDIVIDUALS, SCHOOLS, CHURCH
and other organizations, wishing to obtain a
reed instrument, can be suited as regards site
styles,lprices, he., h.e.
_+" Seed for n circular.
Tioga, March, 17,'69. T. A. WICKHAM
r•-:,• : . - 0 7 1.TTr - - ' , •3,-.7i.-- 1 -
::: . ikj ,,, , .
E .. .:,.. - ... -
The Great External Remedy.
For Mecn and, Boast.
IT WILL CURE BITEU M &TISm
The reputation of this preparation Is so well nude.
Mailed, that little need be said in this connection.
On MAN it has never failed to cure PAINFUL
NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, CONTRACTING MUS
CLES,"STIFFNESS AND PAINS IN TI14: JOINTS,
STITCHES IntheSlDEor Back, SPRAINS; BRUISES,
BURNS, SWELLINGS, CORNS and FROSTED FEET,
Persons aikcted. with Rheumatism can_ be effectually
and permanently cured by using this wonderful pr. , 1,3-
ration ; it penetrates to the nerve and bone immediately
on being applied.
Oa HORSES it will cure SCRATCHES, SWEENTY,
POLL-EVIL, FISTULA, OLD RUNNING SORES,
SADDLE or COLLAR GALLS, SPRAINED JOINTS,
STIFFNESS OF THE STIFLES, Are. It will prevent
HOLLOW-110R21 and WEAR 3240 K IN MILCU
. 9.0 p R.
.10.00 a m
. B.UO a ui
. 0.00 p m
I have met with great 'nom in triaging my
Mixture within tho reach of the Public,. lam dells In
receipt of letters from Phyilicians, Druggists, If enchants
and Farmers, testi ing tu its curative powers.
DAVID . ForITZ, Sole Proprietor,
Sept v 20,1860- in.
lc J: i STICKLINH
. 7 Chairmaker, Turner, and
, Furniture Dealer.
SALE ROOM, opposito Dartt's Wagon Shop,
Main Street. FACTORY in Scars .4 Wil•
llama Foundry, second story.
Orders prOmptly tilled and satisfaction geartin
teed. Fancy Turning - dono to order.
Wellsboro, Juno 12,1867. J. STICELIN.
Tioga "Marble Worico,
PRE undersigned is now - prepared to exe
-1 cute all orders for Tomb Stones and Monu
ments of either -
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE,
of the latest style _and approved workmanship
and with dispatch.
He keep eonstan ly on hand both kinds of
Marble and will be blo to suit all who may fa
vorihim with their o derv, on as reasonable terms
as can be obtained fn the country.
Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned
and made to look as good as new.
-• Tioga ,Nov. 1, IB67—tf.
THE. LARGEST STOCK OF
EL.Fid i bLs•X
TN 'Tina County, and the Cheapost place to
I buy in the world.
Agept for L. BOLLES it: CO'S ROSE,
ELMIRA SAW FACTORY;
Elmira, N. Y.
STOVES SOLD Off'' TINE.
Mansfield, N0v.25, 1868-13.4; G. B
To tho Ornors of Unpatentcd Lands.
SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
11/tanJai:aux, PA., May 25, 186 D.
I N obedience to an Act of Assembly, approved
the eighth day of April, mo thousand eight
hundred aud sixty nino,yOu are hereby Doffed
that the " County. Land Llin Docket," contain.
.ing the list of unpatentcd limits for Tiogn
prepared under the Act of .Assenibly of tbo
twentieth of May, clic thousapd eight hundred
and sixty-fou'r, and the supplement thereto, boo
ithis day been- forwarded to the Prothonotary of
the county, at whose offiee it may be examined.
The liens can only bo liquidated by the pn3ment
of the purchase money, interest and fees, and
receiving patents through this Department.—
Proceedinga by the Attorney General have been
stayed for one year from title date, itt crder that
Parties way obtain their patents without a. 361•
tional cost. JACOB M. CAMPBELL,
HAVE bought. Alio right to use the Patent
Elastic Rtrfing in Tfoga County. and am
now prepared to put on roofs cheap and in good
worktnanlike Manner. This roofing iF tire and
water proof. I refer to Messrs. Wright & Dai
ley, Toles it, Darker. and C L.-« where
samples-can be semi and roofs in use. -
1 -AND- ,