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• M A E SIIFFRAIE:
k - •
Oeb, hats a baste who opposes the right!'
Of a fayrne. VS vote Whenever she plates:
Tor myself, 1 look forth fo the day with dolight,
When the polls will appe4r like a meadow of
• 41716 1 60. : l': - ?
I said-to my 'Kathleen, when frow the eouvintion
She came wid a beautiful smile Ull liar face,
"Yell 'loon bp a lady and ivory attintion
Be shownYees by those who have power and
"Mn. Gunnybligs thin on yourself nill bo
And axle yees up In her house, niver fear, I
And thin in her carriage, when fliyrn ales are votin,'
Yell sit by , her side, Bah i Kathleen, my dear."
&Opt Olt I e, aftLeali; ie alxi"Obt . t47l
But not so to me, a three son of the sod—
For the years have been joyons and free from all
trouble, SS ,
tho mortar and cumin' me till. ,
Audl otu not,jealoue; , ob r ito, riot • ,
t tt.t4t vreporeo ' rlri' oyeti itit*g: ; triln )
r t i•
To climb u — ptl;Oiad' d"a'r'n vfnlk on itla sva I,
And share all the joys of the brick and tho
I, MILK KOH.. Rim WkrzyertH
!maids ¢ orilc t iAnif i ruher. that
in or der; to ,brow tip cream, must
have a certain temperature. Where A
thermometer Is the index, about seventh!'
degrees will be foUnd the, most desire
_ ,use tenagei:ature for cream to rise to cold
..frtivYlll-:ot de, to put.ool4:id
t cellar at: th Is season of 'the row, bi 3
Oau ia - ft niOsi fi se tat' v#'s3 l ,
tables and fruit. No good butter can be
made whenitnitk is exposed to the efflu
via arisinwl.frctia. :l vegetables. When
new ; beep strained, place the
pans or, if you please, the tin pull, on
the stove and warm the milk. .The
cream will soon rise; and the cream
Wilkiteisppweeh i; 1
fri t , oedei t to,s'out dream suffitlently for
churning, it often becomesnecessary to
add a little of the buttermilk from the
e former churning. Remember that the
temperature e i fiergam tit tiAe time of the
slAidid 4 lse abouttitixtjr-two de
grees. , Thermometers are so cheap in
these days, that every dairy maid should
have one. A dairy thermometer, sum
ciently accurate for thpurpose, may be
/obtained for about seventy-ilVd `cents: ,
If your churning will "not comer
readily, it often helps the cream to add
a little common salt—about, one-half
the qua n tity reqUired - for the - amount of
butter produced from the cream in the
KEEPING FOWI,S IN WINTER.-Breed
f-- t..eli should'underStand tbal nothing Is
gained by letting fowls shift for them
selVes in the winter. They need the
best of care, and will pay tenfold : in the
' 2 " . .end for the trouble. Let -regularity be
obierved iu feeding, and above" all
A - • -
things; o not:fall to supply them . , reg
ularly with good pure water. - D pot
' trust to their getting their supilly of
water from the show—you night' as
well debar cattle the use . of water,, be
cause there is plenty of sn t tow upon' the
ground as fowls. Keep
,lien aeries warm
and dry, and supply them
burnt oyster, and clam bells, and 'coal
ashes. Peed fowls with . good whole
gome foot ---corn, oats, wheat screen
ings and buckwheat. Give' them meat
ones a week, and they will "shell -out"
early in mid-winter and pay the trouble.
Recollect, nothing is made by a "make
shift" care of fowls in cold weather—
it's poor econorny.—PurallVew Yorker.
, A FAIMER who wished to Invest the
accumulation of his indtistry in the
United States securities, went to a bro
ker's.- _office %to obtain treasury notes,
The clerk inquired "What denomi
nation .will you have them in sir?"
Having never heard that 'word used
excepting to distinguish religious seas,
the farmer, after a little hesitation, re
plied : "Well, you may give me part in
the Old-School Presbyterian, to please
the old lady, hut give me the heft. on't
in Free-Will Baptigta."
To PREVENT FEATHERS WORKING
THROUGH T/CKS.--A lady in western
New York writes :
"Empty the feathers fron your tick,
turn it wrong side out, and lay it on a
table: Then, with a piece of beeswax,
slightly warmed, rub the tick thorough
ly, giving the entire surface a light coat
.f the waxes I do not think you will be
= troubled after that."
"Doctor, what do you think is the
matter with my little boy ?"
"Why, it's only a eorrustilled exege
sis,,antispasmodieally emanating Cs om
the' germ' of the animal refrigerator,
producing a prolific source of irrita6ill
ty 'in the perierauial epidermis of the
mental profandity." .
" A r h i that's _ what I told Betsy, but
she 'lowed it was witrrums."
It Is in their perorations that they
aline in Ireland :.
"May the blessings of Heaven fol
low your honor all the days of your
life," whined an old hag, as she trotted
after a gentleman; and then seeing that
her entreaty had not moved him, she
added, "-and never overtake you."
TRE FLY.--I believe we nowhere find
a better type of a perfectly free creature
than the common houiegly. Not free
only but brave and irreverent to a de
gree whieh_l think no republican could
by any philosophy exalt himself to.—
There is fro courtesy in him; he i doeS
not care whether it is king or clown
whom he teases; and in every step of
his swift„imechanical rnarchl -and In
every pauesi of his resolute aberration,
there is one and the sme expression of
perfect - independence and self -confi
dence and conviction of the world's
having been made lifer flies. Strike at
liimi with Yiaur hand ; and to .him the
ln, mediate!fset and external aspect of
e matteeis what to you 36 would be
any acre of• red clay ten feet thick,
twisted Melt , . up from the ground . in
• one massive 'field, •hoverea over you
for a second, and came diast\thz down
with . an aim. '1 4 419 is the external as
pect of it ; the inner aspect ‘ l to. hi
mind is of a quite natural and uni por
taut occurrence—one of the momentary
conditions of bis active life. He steps
out of the way of your hand and alights
on the back of it . You can not terrify
him, nor govetrt him, noeperstuule him
nor convince him. He has his own pea
Itive opinion on all matters ; not an an
wise one, usually, for hie own ends, and
will ask no advice of yours. Be has
no work to do, na • tyrannical instinct
to obey .' The earth-woren has his dig
gings, the bee her gathering and build
ing, the spider her cunning network,
and the ant ber treasury am) accounts ;
all these are _eamparatively, slower, or
People of only business. But you By, '
free - in the air, free in the chamber, a
.black incarnation of caprice, wander
Investigating, flitting, teasing at
1‘ hi e Ty IH, 'with r ich variety of thoicey iJ
feast, 'from the heaped-up sweets in'tlio
grocer's window to those ofthe butcher , ,
back yard, and from the galled place
on your cab-horse's back..to the brown
spot In the road, from which as the
hoof disturbs him he rises with a repub
liean buzz--ohat freedom like this?—
'From Euekires Queen of the Air. •
11114.8 removed his gootts to Um New Store in
Wright ~t liaileyta -Block, 1180011 a door
eact , of Seers Saloon.
-Lots of:ew Goods
u!st ~1140vo/„. 04glittig ei,ev 'ihhig •afitip.Oy
, kept iu
DU 'GOODS STOIIEI
". ' ft.
'BolthroVer - the stray,
The people say
- Ridley has gone ,with his goods;
• Consisting of everything,
• Including old ‘Tomen a hoods'.
I• •••,-, ••
, • ,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Bciots and Shoes,,
and an endleee vailety of
hat is usually found In a first-class country
northing '14 , -Po:irons for their 1 very liberal
patronage 'heretofore, propose io•attend strictly
to /mettles/in futtare hind sell all the goods I pos.
stbly can. -' So call In and eedl
Jan. 5, KELLEY.'"
Spring is Long -Coming!
AND some' people 'begin to' lose faith in the
promise of seedttgf) and harvest. In view
of this fact • i
have concluded to hurry up. the season by stook
ing their shelves and countorsmith a triqely re
tected and euperior lot of
SUMMER\ DRESS GOODS,
oomprleing d , variety of
Silks, Linens, Hosiery, Gloves, Em
broideries, Poplins, Lawns, Percales,
Piquas, &c., &0.,
together with a fine lot of
Domeiptioa, Sheetings, Shirtings ' Sum
mer Clothing, Ladiek Shoes, &0.
We shall sell as low as anybodyi and give you
Jan. 1, 1870. DULLARD & CO
SELLING OFP AT COST
FOR CASH 1
11 9 e WM I / 4 114\1g& tb CO
Will sell from this date their entire stook of
Perfumery, Notions, Dye-
StuMl, Paints, Oils,
Virnishes, Glass, Putty,
Alcohol, Turpentine, Kerosene 011
Tobacco, ague, )
Wan -Paper, Curtains,
Filtures, &0., &e.,
:AT COST FOR CASH.
Positively no Humbug'.
P. R. WILLIAMS & CO.
WeH6o7o,3'oo'. 5, 1870.
Having farmed a partnership in the Tin, Stove
itnd Hardware trade, Alter undersigned have the
pitiainte'to tinteuteethut: they lhave, at • ri f;reat
'outlay gadded Inibe;nenal stank:of •tbe old 'stand
____ NAM STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete morn:sent of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, RAND AND' BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP lIINQES, ;
. PUMPS, AXES,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
n' • t
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,'
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
,PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS; HORSE SHOES, iii.ooP, EAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE I .
' ----- - POPPERS,
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
POWDER AND ,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles
,00mposing our stook
We Invite the publie to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the hest quality of
goods in outline; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS ROE THE
Buckeye Mower & Reaper.
SASH; DOORS. BLINDS.
' Always on band or furnisbod 'to order, at ,
_ROBERTS & BAILEY'S Hardware
subscribers will iny (lash, Full-Cloth . ,T
Ossalmeres, Flanneliasc., &tr., for Wool.—
Theyalso manufaoture as usual—
and give more for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your
INGHAM wholesale and retail at the Cow
anesque Mills, 2 miles below Rnoaville.
Our Cloths are warranted, and sold by the
following persons: •
100,000 Pounds of Wool
AT FACTORY PRICES.
ROBERTS & BAILEY.
R. C. BAILEY.
Ingham's Woolen Mills !
TO ORBS% iOR ON SHARES,
to Nun customers. .411 work warranted ne rep
resented. They invite particular attention to
their Water Proof
which are Warranted in every respect. Portion
tar attention given to
ROLL - CARDING
INGHAM'S large stook of Cassimeres, Ao., 26
per cent less than any competitors, and warrant.
ed as represented.
rNGTIAIifB manufacture to order, an do all
kinds of Roll&Ctirding and Cloth Droning, and
' 1 •
INGHAM bare as ic t iod an assortment of
Full Cloths, Oassimeres, Scoal
DELANO A CO.. We!labor°, Pa.
T. L. BALDWIN It CO., Tioga, Pa
J. C. BENNETT, Covington, Pa.
• , jOSEIPH INGHAM & 80N8.
Daerftold, Jan. 1, 1870.4?. •
Whole ale and Retail
By, W. C. Kla cE
will keep on bind et all dam
a. full stock of
DINGS AND MEDIC INB S
Flavoring Extracts,, Perfumery, Serosene t
Lamps, Wicks , D ye Caors, White Wash
Lime and Brushes • Varnish - and
Sash Brulhes, Brushes,
all sues, Varnish
kinds, Fancy Soaps,
. - ,Hair .
Hair and • Tooth Brushes; afull stock of
rankee .AsrotionsT alio 'a complete
TiVero are requested to call .and examine pri
tieS belose . parehasimgelsewhere. . •
• I •
IF YOU WANT A., ,-,
Coat , 'Or Suit of Clothes ,
Call and see our stock of
Cloths or Citssimeres,
and leave your measure, and you can be supplied
on abort notice, at
SMITH & WAITE%
Oat. 27, 1869. Oorning,S. T.
Large Stock of
FOREIGN St DOMESTIC GOODS,
Salta* for tho Fall and Winter trade, at
SMITH & WAITE'S,
00t. VT, 1869. Corning, N. Y.
New Stock! New Goods
NAVE taken tbo now store one door above
Wright & Bailey, whore they aro on hand
with a new stock of
BOOTS, BALMORALS, GAITERS,
BOOTEES, BROGANS AND
warranted to St any foot from No. 0, to 13 in
clusive. The stook has been selected by ono
who has the advantage of
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
In the buoinere, and Whet beet and fullest la the
country, Our stook of
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH RIP, UP
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,
On Findings we shall be found at home al
ways, and we shall endeavor to soli at prim;
satisfaotory to the trade. We won't be under
FOR HIDES, SKINS, FURS & PELTS
There's comfort in a well made custom boot,
That fits the corns without too much compressing
For everybddy knows a shabby foot
Cannot be Compromised by overdressing.
And one may wear clean linen with a suit
Of finest cloth, but there is no finessing .
Will make a man with shabbily dressed tact,
Look like a gentleman upon the street.-
MOBAL : Bay your boots of •
BEARE & DERBY,
Or any other man. [Printer's Devil.]
Wellsboro, Jan. 1,1869—tf.
T AM AGENT for Kinney .Lt 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 tho above at the
loWast Manufacturers price's. L. C. BBNXILT.
Welleboro, Jan. 1,1870-4 f.
House and Lot for Salo. - -
HOl7Bll and Lot, and vacant lot for Sale
oheap. Location Wellsboro, and desirable.
Inquire at the Agitator Office.
Jan.l, 11170—tf. •
TO TUE FARMERS OF
TIOGA • COUNTY.
T Alkf ow bandit/ gat my mainifectory a in Lawronso.
•iille. a superior
which possesses the following adva n tage sorer a 1 lo ther
I. it separates rye, oate t rat litter.and foul seads,and
chess and cockle, from wheat.
2. it cleans flax seed, takes ont yellow seed, and all
other seeds, y.
3, it cleans perfectl timothy seed.
4. It does all other separating reqnired of a mill .
This mill' is built of the beat and most durable tim
ber, in good style. and is Sold cheap for cash, or pro. ,
I will fit a patent sieve, for separating oats froth
wheat,to other mills, on reasonable terms.
J. if MATHER.
Lawrenceville, Jan.], 1870-t
MISS R. A. KEENEY bogs leave to inform
the citizens of T foga and vicinity that she
has taken rooms over Borden's Drug Store, op.
posit° the Post.Officep where she will be happy
to wait on all who will give ber a call.
Particular attention paid to bleaching.
awl. a. full stook of
Pure'Winee and Liquors.
SEARS & DERBY
will be kept up as heretofore
Also the top of the Market for
But our best hold will be on
CUSTOM WORK I
uNoxvillit,;"11:00A: COUNTY, PENN'A.
hfra..loa 150229.8, PreelD l 4 4, l 4 . •
'Ma Attu ./loaTolt, 4MMint.
11141 inn!A Baataras, Tilieher of }Lsalo.
The tailTer et la 111 0031101fi11e.43 /moat 21,7 The Vilutay
Term November O. The Bprie4 Term hlatah 8. Each ;
Term to dontinte 12 weeks: • - - ' •
- EXPENB 'PER TERI!. •
Tett.l4, Inelndint inint, and Wood, 701 Term 111,80.
: • te -Winter Tem.. -18,60.
• , '-"f' • -• ' 'Sprit% Tesao.; , . Aso.
Day - Btu . diaial ;; ;.. r • 1,00.
lattrunietitalldualc, (Plan o,Orgen er 10,00.
Vocal Moak- -
Uce dl Inatralaenta." • •:* 2,00. -
Drawing an Paneling • " '3,00.
• 81.1ard per Week ; 3,00,
4au, 1,18704 t.
.' :...':.•ctalvi-! - rf , .:-:. '.•,,,
This preparation, long and favarebl '
'motto' • will ,tttoreughly re-invltiom
4 ..) ' ,
Ins4ltendowikand low. plritcd Monies,
by atringthening 'and' cleanting the
- A - stomach and Intestbits. • • -
- ' • ' Ttir a;rtire_ preVentlve of all dbleases
incident to thlireglutatenah tRALPTG.
WALT AYES : tlll9 - DIS; - o• ' 4 ' •
TEM P i .VEVEIti; 'VIC SOO?'" t , '"
LOSS ow 11.PPETITVAMY VITAIO 4 ;
ENERGY, &c. I.tio•.lmproirea - • ,
the wind; , lnoreasee the ; a titer_
gives atwooth and glossy akia—ana".' ;if .
tnutsforty. l ,the .taltenible skeleton' ' - ' •
Salentine:T . o'6ldb; aintephitia horse:
, , .
171 .1 : , To:keepors 'hi Cows 141 s prepr..
-•, . '
_, , ttou is tuvalxmble. : It ti a sure pro
, ,•vtkati!, e ilff ,
,R o a m tlyl t vtart h gludirpe",,go"oW
.•---4, , , , - ex proven by
gr ',51..:1 quantity of milk and cream twenty
-- '' . :.,-,-.-, .‘'_ Pat cent. and make the bytterAm
~• . - r -,,,,,,, -
.tw:l „sweet: /4 ,fattenlng caltle, It
eta ttigiitfill t(Ppettte ) ;lposent Indy hide, bait m aces
them: lIIII,ra Much tatter : •' , • • • I • • • • f: - o; , ,
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Lacers in
the Lungs, LiyerAc., this tirticleao#
as a apts.. By.. putting from pas:
WM it Piper to a paper in a barrel of
mat Oki sbdi'alseases *III be ei*M.'' a
alum* entirely. Ortega:l. rflavew , a •
in tittle, a orWin preventive, ani4 . •
cure for the 'Bog Cholera. •
NV. O. RAUB.
DAVID. 10; FOIiTZ, Proprietor, ,
• DALT In on:Et: .31r. d
For rale by Dnitests end fitcmekeepars throughout
tho United MM,*. Cockatoo god South gurerka.
gut. 5, 1 - 570»lits . • -
Grocery . and.
G. 13. ESIX.iXay
'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
VV in all kindo of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED FRUITS AND,
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
ettILDREN'S' ?JABS &
PERAMBULATORS,. TOYS, ka., tto:
A fait and oompleto assortment of tbo above
mentioned goods of the boat quality always on
Particular attention paid to Fino Groceries
Doahire and Consumers Still dad it to their in
tercet to examine his Stook before buying.
Corning, N. T., 11.1 1, 1870.
WALTHAM WITCHES !
For a few months past we have advertised the
above Watches at tiiremsfy lets prices, and the
result has-been most satisfactory. Our plan has
been to sell the genuine WALTHAM. WATCH,
in Solid Gold or Silver Cases only, and at a
very small profit; giving the purchaser every
opportunity of examination and comparison, and
with the understanding that if the Watch does
not prove satisfactory, it can be exchanged or
These Watches are, without exception, the
moat perfect specimens of fine mechanism ever
produced in any country. Each and every part
is made by machinery of the most delicate and
Compared with foreign watches, they possess
many advantages, excelling not only in princi
ple and finish, but still more In their reliability
as time-keepers. As an indication of the prices,
we submit the following:
Sliver Hunting Viiiitohea. $lB.OO.
(loin Warcase, 18 karat case, 80,00.
S. " ladies' mime, 70,00
Wo often receive orders direct from our adver
tisement; but prefer that every ono should send
first for our descriptive price list, which etplains
all the different kinds, tells the weight and qual
ity of the cases, and gives prices of each. This
we will forwar d any one on application; and
it will be found very useful in making a selection.
Every Watch is warranted by specie/ certificate
from Os American Watch Co.
Weisend them by express to any address.—
Allow the purchaser, to open the package and
examine the Watch efore paying, and if after
wards it does not prove satisfactory, it can be
exchanged or the money will be cherfuW rerun.
ded. Please state that you saw this in the Tioga
County AGITATOR. Address, in full, •
HOWAItD et 00.,
No. 619 Broadway, N. Y.
Our establishment is well known to the resi
dents of New York and vicinity, bat that those
,at a distance may address us with confident* we
invite attention to the following editorial notices :
From the N. Y. Evangelist, May 28,1888. .
.We had =aeon some time since to refer to these
oelebrated Am:dealt Watches which are well known as
reliable timo•keeppra. We cannot do better now than
to call this attention of our readers to the card of How
ard dt . Co.. by which, it will be aeon that aersoas from
a distance can order any grad* of these Watches by ex
press, at greatly reduced prices.
prom the N,T.lndependent, June 10,1808.
We invite special 'Mention to the advestieement of
Mears. //oward & 00., who offer the celebrated Walt
ham Watches not only at the Retreat pities, but will
send there teeny part of the country by'express, and
'PO the porchsees the privilege to examine the Watch
ham paying for it. We have known Deward &
personally for years, and cheerfully commend them to
the confidence of our friends throughout the country.
■ J. STICKLIN,
wt Ohairmaker, Turner, and
• . f
Q.ILLE Roobi and FACTORY opposite Dartt'a
ij.Wagon Shop Main Street, where he is pre
pared to furnish Cabinet Ware of any kind to
those in want.
Orders promptly filled and eatlefactlon guaran.
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
Wolleboro, Jan. 1,1870. J. STICIILIN.
A farm of three hundred acres, with two hua..
.44111., drdd and twenty-Ave acres improved. Sit.
noted two miles north of Tioga Village, on e the
Tioga River and Railroad. Well watttered, un.
der a good state of cultivation, and good build
ings, Also four houses and lots for sale in Tioga
T. L„ BALDWIN.
Tioga, Jan. 1,1870-tf.
NONCE. ---Mr. J.. Smith, of Lamb's Creek
has purchased the right to put down the
driving well in the towns of Tioga, Richmond
and Charleston. All persons are therefore for
bid putting down wells on the above territory.
Those desiring wells of this kind will please ad
dres a L. SMUT,
Jau. 50.870. Lamb's Creek.
Tioga Baptist Association.
THERE wUI be a special meeting of the Tie
ga Baptist Association with the West Jack
son Church on Wednesday Jan. 19, 1870, at
o'olooe, a. m. Rev. A. B. Chase will preach the
opening sermon. E. T. FIRMLY, Clerk.
Jan. 5, IV:O.—St.
cortNlNct, N. Y.
Valuable Farm. for Sale.
`OORNIN6, N. Y.
TVIUGS AND MEDICINES. PAINTS
. 1 -) AND OILS,
THADDEUS DAVIDS'INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S, FLUID, • EX-
BURNETT'S CCCOAINE, FLAVORINg ,
EXTRACT'S, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCII-
AND FLAVORING, ,EX*RACTS, WALL
;PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Bold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers sire requested
,to eall and get, quotations before going further
W. D. TERBELL,& CO
entnlrg, N.Y., Jan. 1,1870-1 y
LIEN MORINO COMPANY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
WASBRIGTOIt, D. C.
Oharteredbq SpeoVl Act ofOongreas
AppRoFED .41.1 , 25, 1868.
Cash Capital. $1,000,000,
PAID IN FULL.
First National Bank Building,
Where all Correspondence should be Addressed.
VlLA.mixon U. OIL.ARE, President.
JAY Coosa, Chairman FiDAUM & EXOOl.ltiVOOOl22.
JIMMY D. Count, Vice-President.
Eunnaon W. Parr, Seoretaryand Actuary.
la .114C•a«.• see • •
Ciroulars. pamphlets, and full ptirtioulars giv
en on application to tbn Branch Office of the
Oompaay, or to
R. C. SIMPSON, WELLSHORO, Ps.,
by whom appllcatiOns will bo received and Poli
cies procured for Toga County.
Jan. 1, 1870-1y:I
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PO:ll BESINESI NEIN,
Every Morohant, Every Mocha - hie.
Every Manufacturer, Every Farmer.
Every Business Man, and Every Young Man.
Worth ten times Its prio'. Agents are having
groat success. For oireul re and fall informa
tion apply to 0. D. CAE & Co. Publishers,
Hartford, Conn. [nov If 1860-3m9
AT THE NILES VALLEY• STEAM
_FLOURING MILLS. •
10,000 Hue. Corn,
10,000 " Oats, and arly amOunt of
good wheat. i J. B. DIMON & Co.
Niles Valley, Jan. 1, 1870—tr.
To tho Owners of Vnpatented Lands.
SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,'
liannumuna, PA., May 25, 1869. j
TN obedience to an Act 'of Assembly, approved
the eighth day. of April, one thousand eight
hundred and sixty nine,you are hereby notified
that the " County Land Lien Docket," contain
ing the list of unpatented lands for Tioga Co.,
prepared under the Act of Assembly of tho
twentieth of May, one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-four, and the supplement thereto, has
this day been forwarded to the Prothonotary of
the county, at whose office it may be examined.
Tho Bens can only be liquidated by the payment
of the purchase money, interest and foes, and
receiving patents through this Department.—
Proceeding's by the Attorney General have been
stayed for one year from this date, in order that
parties, may obtain their patents without addi
tional cost. • JACOB M. CAMPBELL,
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
DTiogn County, and the . Cheat plitOe to
ay is the world.
Agent for L. .110L4 'S & CO'S HOSE,
ELMIRA SA W FACTORY,
Elmira, N. Y.
sroms SOLD ON PIMA
Mansfield, Jan. 1, 1870-Iy.
T HAVE bought tho right to use .the Paten.
Elastic Rooting in 'Tioga County, and am
now prepared to put on roofs cheap and in-gobd
workmanlike manner. Tide roolug is fineiktir
water proof. „I refer to Messrs. Wright'Ar. Bai
ley, Toles dr, Barker, and C. L. - Willoox**bero
samples can be peen end roofs in nee.
Wollsboro, Jan. I, 1870-tf.
IWILL sell a fall-blood Dovon Ball, 2 years
old, for cash, good paper, or exchango for
I have a mammoth Chester CouUty White
Boar, procured of Hugh Henry, of Philadelphia;
and this boar I shall keep for service. '
To the general public I would say that I am
prepared to sell goods at auction, being, as
believe qualified by experience to make my ser
vipos profitable to employers. Terms reasonable.
P. D. BUNNEL.
Wellston°, Nov. 11,1869.-3w9
ETTERS of AdministrtCtion having been
j j granted upon the estate of Hiram B. ICil
bourn deceased, ail persons indebted to, or
claiming against said estate, will settle with
S&LLY ANN KILSOI(.3 ENE, '
Delmar, Nov. fly nso-66.a' _ ,AdmVx•
O'. and fella's MONDAY, Nov. 1011.1'M, Trains
wilt have Corning, at the following boom viz
Goma Wail. • . -
22,35 a EXPR E SS VAIL; Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with
trains Air thO Weat. A slaepiug Coath Is attached to
thte tratu rtiitutug through to Buffalo.
6,45 EXklllo3l3, daily for- Rock -
..„4:l4ar llud'als • Dunkirk, Cleveland and Cincin
uilli; making' direct 6irstauctior 4 54 trains of rho
Grind Trunk and Lake Shure Ittstlwri,y4 at liutlato.
,Punkirk and, Cleveland for all points Wrot, and at
Olnelutudtl with the Ohio and Ifilsolsaippi and Zunis=
villa Short LIMA Hallways tor ' SoiSth and kuuth-
10,204.. ftiAtt. TRAIN, Buttdays excepted, for
Dotal° and Dunkirk;
22,06 p. In : , WAY VIMWILT, Eln whys excepted. .
1,45 p. m 'ISALTILMOILit
ed, fur Itochotttor nog iluffnlit, ego Aron.
6,009. 14, initattA NT '1114.1N, daily; fur titu Wtltt,
738 rn•• - DAY 'EXPRESS, tiundliye oxcepted, for
tiochestor, Duidittk , , Clecetavli,Ciuci , lomt,
'and tba booth Elope at driucipal bilitio2l9
Dec i 8 91)1111.1 ott mato Nevi
New and froprOved Drawing Root Conches acOotoptcny
this'll - Mu from Now Itork to Buffalo, ondDleepin g
°Wiener. attoettbd at Flornoltsville, rannlngi thlydet,
toctovoltintt and tlatlon'wltbout chnuitr. '
4,45 h. in., CINCINNATI i:XPRESS, Mondays ix.
• copted, connecting at liludra . fur lYitilawsport,
Itarrlsburg and the South;, aide at Elmira for Counts
dulge4; at liViirerly with train of rehhili valley Rail
' why t - -at Owego for Ithaca; as ilingharatert for Coo-
Pertitawa and AillairiY; and at Now York with I etisil
era and attern4m Exprei,,a trains for 'Now England
cities. Bleeping conchal; accompany thin train
tv New York, - •
11,45 a. us., AY : exeREBS., Sundays excepted;i:
connecting aL ersey ,City with tuidulght exprean
trait' of Now Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Also
stops at principal stittsous and connecting points ou'
Mainline. - ' '
Nan' and ttnprOfetlitratring Knout Cuadvas accompany
this train to Now York.'
1,10 p. m, WAY PEEL: OUT, Sunda,se excepted.
12,20 P. at., ELMIRA MAII, .ituilitys excepted.
4,4 g p. m., NEW YORK' AND imurimone,
Euudays excepted, connecting at Elmira for the
7,58 p.m„ LIOWPNING EXPRESS, Daily, connect
ing at Jersey City with morning Express train of
New Jersey liattrvad fop Ealtimoro and Washington;
and at Now York with - morning Express train lot
Itostou and Now England stops at all prin.
otpal stations and connecting pointer on mail. line.
Sleeping Coaches accompany thiatraTi through to New
SAGO/LON CUECKED T lIKOUOII.
43r A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" 01
Paolangur, Trains on tile Erie Hallway and connecting
Lines, has reeently•been publiabed, and can be procurb
ad on apptication to,the Ticket Agent of the Company,
It. BAUR, L. D. ItvCSEH,
Omel Yeas, Agent . ' Gen'l ‘Aup't.!
Sloastnirg & Corning, & Tioga R. It
Tnins will run ac follows until further notice: '
Accommodation—Leaves Blossburg at 7,16 a. in., Mans
field at 8,66 Tioga 'at 8,42,; Lawrenceville at 9..32
'welsh's at Corning at 10,40a.ra •
Mail—Leaves Blossburg at 2,00 p. m „Mansfield at 2,4 G,
Tloga at 5.,18, Gavencevitio at 6,oo—arriving at
Ootning at 6 0. m . , ,
Mall—LeavesCotnitig at 8,001 a.m., Lawrenceville at
9,03,130ga at 1946, , Mansfield at 10,22—,arriving at
Itioaa.burs at 11,00
Accommodation.--Learcia Corning at 2,40 p.
rouserlllo at .9,62 Tfoga at 4.40, 6fanifield at 5,80
atrtain gat Blosslairg at 0,16 p.m. •
1..11. B /IATTUCK ,8 ap't •
TRAINS 'FOR TOE NORTH.
Tr:dilator Canandagnialeave Elmira as follows:
ActOmodation at 7 06 p ra
Express [fastest train on road] 12 20 a m
10 00 p
Way Freight, [passenger coach attached].....,...5:1 a in
On and after Nov. 15, 1809, trains' will arrive an¢
depart from Troy, as follows;
tis - a. ta.—Dally (except Sunday ii) toc Elmira , Buffa
Canandaigua, Rochester, St!sp, Bridge and the
968 a. m.—Bally (( except Sundays )) for Elmira and
Baffaloota Brie Railway from klmirs.
723 A. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington, Philadelphia, &c.
9 65 P. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Waliblugtorl and Philadelphia.
ALFRED R. FISKE ED. S. FODNO
Cou'l Sup t.liarrieburg, en'l Ag't
Philadelphia & trio IL R.
On and. attar sopt. 0, 1860 Trains on this Road w ❑
Tian an follOWW:
191 1 / 5 2 . 11 7 .4
" . " Williamsport
" " arr. at Erie
ErloExproas loaves Philadelphia—
" •' arr. at Erie
" 1 ' rr. at reok Haven
Alan Train leaves Erie
" `• "
" arr. nt Philadelphia..
Erie Expreaa loaves Erie
6, . 6 arr. at Philadelphia.
Elmira. Mail, leavra Lock Ilavon
, Williamsport, 9.45 P. n 3
.. . 4 nrr. at Philadelphia 7.15 p In
Baialo Express, Waves Williamsport 12.20 a In
" " arr. at Philadelphia 9.25 ain
II .1 llarritherg 5.20 a.m.
Hail and 'Express connect with 011 Creek and An&
ghony River 111%8. Road. Baggage Chgcßetl'M rough.
'(' ALFRED L. TYLER, C.en'l Sup't.
Atlantic and Gro
WETTWAMD BOND . EATIVARD BOUND,
Mall 5.30 Express . 5.10
Accommodation 0,35 Nail 5.61
Express 12.19 Accommodation, 11.45
Express 11.00 Express 0.10
At Cori there is a junction with the Philadelphia A
Erie, and CR Creek. Rail Roads.
At Meadville with the Franklin and Oil City and
At Leavlttabnrgo the Mahoniny Branch wakes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Envenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad,
Tho Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Dalton,
Marlon, Urbana and Dayton, !War:tenting- various rail•
roads, and terminates at Cincinnati.
L. R. RUCKER, Oen -Supt., Meadvllls,Pa.
Mason & Hamlin Cabinet
Together pith the ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN
and MELODEONS, can Ho advantageouply pur
Ug ,kg VIICESTE4E6
HAVING obtained the agency from the man
ufacturers of the above named instruments
we have the facilities for furnishing them at pri
ces to compare favorably with those of deniorS
in either the same or other reed instrumenta.
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 claim
strength and durability, together with volume,
and quality of tone equal to any, they excel all
other reed instruments, in the variety and com
bination of tones which can be produced.
INDIVIDUALS, SCHOOLS, .CIIURCU
and other organizationd t wishing to obtain a
reed instrameut,'cau bl 3 suited as regards site
styles, prices, &C., <te,
G. B. RIFF.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED.
pfP- Send fora circular. -.gar
Toga, Jan. 1, y7O. A. WICKHAM.
THundorsigned respectfully announces to the
citizens of Westfield and surrounding coun
try that he is permanently located nt this place.
lie is fully prepared to do all kinds of
in the higheZt style of the art: Srtisfaohion
guarranleed. Office over Sem - ill's Drug Store.
Fine Photographs can ho had over the Drug
Store. IL R. PHILLIPS.
Weitaold, Pa., June 30,1880-Iy.
A GOOD sized able team horses, 1 heavy lain
4 -1 I bar wagon, 1 platform spring demootat
wagon, and throe singlo sett, heavy harnesses,—
To be sold low, and on time, if desired,-,
Wellsboro. Noy, 8,'84-Bw. J. 80818. .
Northern Central R. R.
at Western R• W
Atlantic and Great Western
'fl ORMAT 11110A71 1 d#AIJZ'ROUTP,
CLEVELAND, 'TOLEDO, MOAGO,
ILWAUKEE, St PAUL,
And to all Points in the WEST and NonTn-Wirs,
Dayton,, Cincinnati, Lott's.
) 11,(t.tE,:. ST_ :160131S,! HAN,SAS
And all points in,pin . linflth A ElnttOsvt•fit, %it),
No Change bf Coaches
• TO - CLEVELAND OIL OINVINNATi,
Front any paint MI the Erik Eliiir? kY• An ad
vanlagc and convonienico not offered hy oh )
othitr route. • -
3 Tuniiiinn LIGHTNiNG ExPitEs% TPAist,
'Bc:igap l c and Ni CuAu f a
from one car Oriu‘alior, proventing loss or dam
Tickots.v is Ihis . popu(iitirou to pan ../Jor: procured
aE Xl4 oiTiceg thp, V.Tie
purciisir4.;;iek Agentf Ticltci ,
vitt ttitf it , ru4NTic- (.111}I'AT
RA lINAY." ' z ,• 7 •
. ' W. D. SiiikTklliC,
Gen. Ticket end PM. A g't, Cleveland, U
L. D. RUCKER,
inn. I, 10
Insuran'ee Agenic•, - y.
Cash Capital over .$20,000,000,
'FIt'S'i`.OLASS CO'S—NONE BETTER:
AT E:3 AS LOW as -any good Companies
vifil'iakei. Polialez - Ott itwellints and fßna
property written at Ibis ofdea, and
payment of premium.
Are. You Insured I
It costs but little,..partmularly _to insure dwell
ings, feria property; and' contents. Detarbed
Ilarellings and farm property insured for 3 years
for ono per centum and expanse of policy, fro.
A house, detached 100 or more insured for
$lOOO for 3 years, at an expense of $11,50. Only
$3,83i a year! Small. taw—good thing in ea* s of
fire. rurn,iture, provisions, bedding lee., at tha
samo rates. There is no excuse,
Everyone Should be Insured.
'n4with me, Smith & Merrick will do it just
as cheap, and just as well. (Gratis, gentlemen.)
I should be glad:however,to befriend enough in
this manner to p4y for avertising.
JNO, T. MITCHELL,
Fellsboro, Jan. 1, 187-o—tf.
A. B. .101,STRAN,
k V. 111411.
Artificial teeth from one to an entireaet insert
ed at short notice on any plate deairtd.
Tooth eattlicted without pain—proved by
scores of witnes.ies, at the office. Special attep-
Lion given to the treatment and filling of the
natural teeth. All work wllirranted at "live and
let live price l 3."
Jan. 1, 1871.1.
Them Things is Arriv 1
. 0.20 p w
. 7.40 11 in
. 9.50 p trt
. 0.00 p to
10.00 a n 3
. 8.00 a m
. 0.00 p 111
. 7.45 p
EVERY thing is lovely, and the ong.er to/ oA
depen is from ncnbl iron nitftuile
You will Please Observe,
that the hest natured man in Town Laving n<.
tiCPCI the wants of the public, and having huun
tifttlly supplied hini.self With almost everything
which this ,world a n afford to appew.e them,
now benevolently proposes to open the vati'ole he.
fore the people, and say -to all, old and jour r.
black and white, rich and
8.16 a m
.)... 0;10 a m
330 a 0
... 12.0 p ra
You ray your Money and you take your
Don't stand out in the cold expo6ed tc, the tl
ements nod to the sling of the neighbors but
bur pull thlnteh etritg, it is. nlvrerk (Alt La;
iness hotirs,l,l - c.
The largo ibearted proprietor, or his urlisit
good naturoActerk.will conduct 'yen, It: it cot
tilled with rarizliing delights
Ist. A WARDEN OF SPICES, in whlrh
every thing Spicy,l rota a nutmeg, td cayenne pep
per mar he sein and procured.
2d, A GARDEN OF SWEETS, in which ev
ory variety of Saccharine delights, both solid and
liquid may he had by the stick, pound, or galls n,
and of such flavor and complexion as wil; make
every aching ,went tooth in your bend fall)
jump with delight. Should you be pomologi
sally inclined, this bumnno individual will cfin
duct you into a
GARDEN OP FRUITS, in which almost cs•
try variety pf luscious things to be found gash•
°red from tho four quarters of the globe, will id
shown to satisfy your largest longings. Oranges
from Cuba, Lemons from Florida, Prunes fssa
Turkey, Raisins from Malaga, Currants from be
Grecian Archipelago; Peaches dried and arum
td along with a great variety of Canned Fruits
from the .larse3s ; Datea from Syria, nod Fip
from Asia Minor. No end to the supply of every
species of NUTS from 3 Continents,
TUE TEA GARDEN will next cot: muted
your attention tho warm decoction of the ebbs
leaf and tho Jaba beau have become almebt
verstil beverages, and if net f , alloyed t o , h o t (a.
to strong, the mild btimulants are esteemed se
eminently promotive of comfort nd sociality.—
What comp •ny of elderly ladies could ever pan
in peace without them? Now your ;rieed the
GARDNER, will be must Impuy to show you
all this lie will ask you politely to look, at lat
Tea. - You arc welcome to try every una
gee if GUN POWDER, Sou°luong ! GREEN.
fITSON, &c., which flavor you like. 02t of all
the other styles whose jaw crackiiig names noun
bo dangerous to pronounce, COFFEES, In 'every
style, ditto, ditto, ditto.
The ibeneficent proprietor of thin mannooth 0
tablishment—oat of sbeer good will, and if Jo'
will believe him for no other motive than your
interest and bpi, has at vast expense established
at the same p nee en immense depot of Prorir
ions, consisting of •.
Flour, Pori, Lard, Codfish, White Fish,'
S 'ord Fish, &e., &e.
Nieal,yHatius, Butter, Trout, Blue Fish,
, Halibut, &e., *e..: 1
All of a - bieb he intends to sell at a profit, on
principle of "live •nnd let live." Ile generally
proposes also' to recei:o in exchange ail the pro• :
ducts of your farm and dairies,and it le raid um.,
fidentially to the Trnblie, that ho never reln.o4,
Tho' it irk' him wretchedly to ketp it. co
-anxious is ho. that he dear people should want
nothing whatever that monoy can buy of
WellsLoi 0, inn. 1 , 1870.
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,
We!labor°, Dec. 16, 1,863.— Y j i. DURIF'
.. STA= • NORMAL SCHOOL,.
TTIE next term of this Institution will Coin
sooner, Wedtsday, Sept IFt I f 69,.
For Catologue .r —addreas Prof. Chas. If. Ver
ril;, - Manefistd, Tsoga County Pa.
July 7, 1869-4,
• No. 13, MAIN STREET,
WELLSBOR 0, PA
L. A. GARDNER