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Tfu) ri r ke - 9 - raye l l tard on the .Hill;
LtzLEGRAIt Tinan,AsD LAST.
Allayor two ago, a few spirits among
4ose tastes While on earth, leaned
to the beauil i ful in art as welt, as .the
beautithl - hid 'nature, visited the new
church, Which otve its existenee'to the
energy, the piety and perseverane
one I well knew while In the flesh. - The
Church had, by u mysterionslink - which
you on earth' cannot welt uhderstand,
connOtel.itself "to tine dead; • and. Made
its plirWs;fi*,for, the .spiri!4 of the 40-
parted, as well as for the material press
en co of thciiti WhO -. lse . aniong
us. We love. the ,beautiful in , art; for
art is'butan emanation of the lannate-.
rial, eo,mystcrionslyeounectea with the
As we hovered in front of the church,
our attention-was drawn \ tothe beauti
ful ;Windows on that side,-orA which - was
painted in gorgeous colors the names of
somewe well knew to be among us.—
One was now' with us—gifted in life, the
lover of all that was bean ti ful hi art
and 'nature,' and' a; lover of. Him too
whose.form we often see in a bright ha
lo above us. • As he gazed en his name,
and the inscriptions that surroundeo it,,
in a tthigue"tinknown to almost all the,
living who;cOrne, there to read, his head
fell upon his breast, and there came 'up
from his innermost spiritual nature a
groan for ,the, .1!VI pp* Who would thus
blazon his Dame, in' seeming ostenta
tion, on church windows, and leave his
gravennmarked, unadorned---li - solitary
spot, where no spirit. but his own would
love to come. .11itt the expression,
which had a sbadi;t of the earthy, van
ished, as'he tho4lit hOw the cares 'of
life sometimes, and so Often, make the
living forgettho dead, and a confidence
sprung_up, that they would in the com
ing. spring-time Jo lid him a Monument
also, and deck th flowers and ever
greens 'his now, Mary grave,
As' we stood
the chancel of
the church, we saw, sitting in mid-air
between the railing of the gallery and
the Memorial windows, a ,spirit Which
.wenll recognized at once as the spiritof
one whom some of us hatrwell known
on earth, and whom the ',spirits pf the
old, as well as We new cemeterY, had
long called " Tip Solitary One." • She
was reading her iame on a memorial
window; and the shade upon her spi.i
lit deepened, and we could see in her
thoughts, which to us were transparent,
the deep longing for sympathy, and a
melancholy regret that, her body must
still moulder unnoticed in the old grave.
yard on the hill, and the marble, that
was once designed as a monument to
her memory, should be broken and
scattered among 'the briers of her un
sigh ly resting place; while here, in
this magnificent church, her name
should be written as a monument to
perpetuate the skill with which Chur
ches sometimes touch the chord of van
ity to gain the means for beautifying
the house of God. She knew not then,
as she probably knows
,now, that in
early spring -time her body is .to be re
moved to the new cemetery, and depos
ited beneath the beautiful evergreens,
and a monument erected to her memo
ry, that shall exceed in beauty the me
morial windoW in the worsh \ iping place
of the Cinireh on earth Mot in her
life-time she so much loved. 4
Yesterday there was a gene/al gath
ering, at the old graveyard, of the spi-,
rits of those who now dwell in the .
It was proMpted by love and sym pan y
for those of our fellow dead who are
still doomed to lie in that melancholy
and desolate place, with now so little
hope of removal. ...."
We met there many whose names the
living may read on the marbles that
were placed there by friends then liv
ing,.but who now sleep there also; and
_there were many too who had no stone
to tell where they now sleep, and Whose
resting place will
. be wholly unknown
to the living, when that " oracle of the
old graveyard," who begins already to
bend beneath the weight of years, shall
have gone to his last resting place. A
few years more, and dust with dust
shall mingle in inextricable confusion,
undistinguishable by those that live. -
In the church where the living go to
worship, we shall meet the spirits of
those who neglect their dead ; itud as
the warm prayer shall ascend to the In
finite, we shall infuse into the soul of
the worshiper, stealing over him like
the long stifled voice of conscience, a
thought of the once loved one, who has
long slept in this ,physical desolation ;
and his prayer shall grow cold, and the
voice IoW, and the sight dim, as the tear
comes unbidden at , the thought of a
long forgotten lover, or friend, or child,
or parent; and the worshiper will not
dare again to look up to that Friend
above, who nevercforgets ills children,
=MI he has shown that he too remem
bers the dead, and cares for their last
resting place on earth.
In the cool of the afternoon, in Spring
time. and summer, as the family gathers
beneath the shade of trailing vines and
beautiful evergreens and flowers, we
shall be there, too; and as the bright
smile plays upon the cheek, and the
happy voice comes like music to the
ear, we shall casts shade over the smile,
and infuse a sadness into the voice, as
we wake in their inmost spirits a tho't
of their neglected dead.
Around the winter fireside, as the
family are gatheied, the voice of mirth
shall bubble joyously up, the melody of
music shall melt into the soul, and song
and chant shall ring out like angelic
harmony ;—but we Shall infuse into
their souls the memory of some un
kindness while the dead were with them
in life ; and, like an accusing angel, we
shall point them to the old "graveyard
on the hill; where their dead lie forgot
ten ;--and the bubbling Joyousness shall
cease, the melody shall gtow sad , and
the song and•chant shall bect, rn e,a sol
emn dirge for the dead.
We shall be with them, too, itx the
stillnesayof midnight dreams, and ebal
up to their imSgination, ghosts of the
departed hovering around their pillows
and pointing them to the old grave
yard, where they shall see tho reeking
and festering bodies of their departed
friends, beckoning them on to foul em
brace and fetid kiss; and they shall
wake up froin this dreaming horror, to
sloop again, and dream again, till, re
peating the same, night after night, we
shall compel them, to do justice to our
fellow dead who are sleeping in .that
moral and physical desolation, The Old
Graveyard 'on the Hill.
How To CURE EfAlMi.—Tó each green
ham of eighteen pounds, one dessert
spoonful of saltpeter; one fourth pound
of brown sugar applied to the fleshy side
of the ham and. about the bock. Cover
the fleshy side with tine salt half( an
inch thick, and pack le tubs ; to. `re
main from three to Ri x weeks, accord
ing to tha,size. Before smoking, rub
off any salt that may remain on the
ham, and coverwell with ground black
pepper, particularly about the hole and
hock. Hang up and dry for two days ;
A smoke with greenwood- for eight weeks,
or until the rind assumes a light chest
ntft color. The pepper is an effectual
preventive of the ily. 7 never hrg
Hks removed his goods Ao the New Store in
i Wright Block, second door
east of SearslsSaloon.
'Lots of New Goods
ust received, compristng. every thing usually
DRY GOODS STURE
, So it's over the way, • _
, . The people say—
Kelley has gone with his goods;
Consisting of everything,
Including old woitten'S hoods. "
Dry Goods, Groceries, Cropkery,
Hardware, Boots andl
nod an encileso varioty of •
hat is usually found in a first-class country
Thanking my patrons for their very liberal
patronage heretofore, I propose to attend strictly
to builiness In future and sell all the goods I pos.
stblyean. So call in and see
Jail. 5, 1 70.
Spring is Long a•Xoming!
A ND some people begin 'to lose faith in the
promise of seedtimo and harvest. In view
Bullard $ Go.,
have concluded to hurry up the season by stock
ing their Shelves and counters with a.wisely se
lected and superior lot of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
comprising a variety of ,
Silks, Linens, Hosiery, Gloves, Em
broideries, Poplins, Lawns, Percales,
Piquas, &e. ; '
together with a no lot of
Domestics; Sheetings, Shlrtings, Stun
'tier Clothing, Ladies Shoes, Ste.
We falai) ticall AO 1.. e et.,lippTo ytrit
J'ati. 1, 1870
CORNING. N. Y.
Here We Are Again
lIANKFUL for tho favors wo•have thus • far
reersiveci, from the people of THE TIOGA
VALLEY, vole wish to call their attention to the
fart that wo nro just receiving a
New Stock of Goods
adapted to the early Fall Trade, comprising ev
erything desirable, both in style and quality, and
shall be pleased to see our old customers and all
who may come from that vicinity to CORNING
BOOT. AND ,SHOES,
Carpets, &e., &c.,
as we always give customers from a distance
A. LARGE DISCOUNT ON PRICES
we thus make it for their interest to come to us
to make their,purehaa es , as many peop.e in that
region will testify. We do not believe in long
advertisements, d* laying long lists of prices,
&o , but will cony oe all who cerne'that we can,
and do tell
that this Stare* in roa‘ity
'for this sootiot3 of oototttry.
Calland take alook through ourimmonao stook
and satisfy innrAolveg,,,
NEWALL & OWNN
Corning, Sept. 8, 1889.
Havingformed a partnership in the Tin, Stove
and Hardware trado, the undersigned have the
pleasure to announce that they have, at a great
outlay, added to the usual stock of the old stand
a complete assortment of shelf Hardware,
of whieh we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, •STRAP HINGES,
PUMPS, AXES,' •
BIT -STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS, -
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
it BAND IRON A GRINDSTONE' .
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stook
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality, of
goods in our line; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOR THE
Buckeye Mower & Reaper
SASH, DOORS. BLI
AT FACTORY PRICES.
21. 6.1 D .C.ci .1 0.3 I,r; warctware
BULL4IRD dc CO
TB subscribers will pay Casb, Full -01otb,
Oassimeree, Flannels, &0., &0., for Wool.—
Thoyalso manufacture as usual—
TO', ORDER, 1011 ON WARES,
Stoves: Stoyes 1 . Wholes.* and' Retail
MAIN STREET, WELLSB2RO,
Always on hand or furnished to order, at
ROBERTS lc BAILEY.
R. C' BAILEY.
fngham's Woolen Mills !
to suit en+mera. All work warranted as rep
,They invitetpartionlar attention to
their Water Proof
which al e Warranted in every respect. Partion
lar attention given to
ROLL - CARDING
CLOTH DRESSIN G .
INGHAM'S large stook of Cassimeres, &c., 25
per cent less than any competitors, end warrant.
ed as represented.
INGHAM manufacture to order, and do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and Cloth Drafting, and
INGHAM have as good an assortment of
-Full Cloths, Oassimeres,
and give more for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your.
INGHAMS wholosale and 'retail at the Cow
enema* Mills, 2 miles below Knoxville.
Our Cloths aro warranted, and sold by the
following persons: 1
DELANO CO, Wollaboro, Pa.
T. L. BALDWIN A 00., Tioga, Pa.;
J. C. BENNETT, Covington, Pa.
'lOO,OOO Pounris of Woo
JOSBPH INGHAM tt SONS.
Deerfield, Jim 1, 1870,it
DRUG I STORE !
By W. C. KRI4SS.
1111-IE-aubseriber will koep aaml at all times
I. a full stook of
Flavoring Extracts, -Perfumery, Kerosene,
Lamps, Wicks, Dye Colors, White Wash
Lime and Brushes, Varnish and
Sash Brushes, Window Glass
all sizes, Varnish of all -
kinds, Fancy Soaps,
SPECTA,CL , ES,
Hair and Tooth Brushes, a full stock of
Yankee Notions; also a complete as
sortment , of
and a full,stook of
Pare : Wines and Liquors.
Buyers are requested to call and examine pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere.
Jan. 1, 1870
IF YOU WANT A
Coat, or Sui of dothes,
Call and see our stock of.
Cloths or Cassimeres,
and leave your measure, andyou can be supplied
on short notice, at
Oot. 27, 1869.
Large Stock of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC GOODS
Suitable for the Falland Winter trade, at
SMITH & WAITE'S,
Oot. 2k 1869. Corning, N. Y.
New Stock! New Goods
SEARS & DERBY
HAVB taken tho now store ono door above
Wright k Bailey, where they are on band
with a now stock of
BOOTS, BALMORALS, GAITERS,
BOOTEES, BRGGANS AND
warranted to flt any foot from No. 0, to 13 in.
elusive. The stook has been selected by ono
who has the advantage of
in the business, and is the beet and fullest in tho
country, Our, stock of
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,"
LININGS, BINDING, •
ROCCO, &C.,, "
will'be kept up as heretofore
On Findings we shall bo found at home al-
Rays, and we Shall. endeavor to toll at prises
satisfactory to the trade. We won't be under.
FOR HIDES, SKINS, FURS & PELTS
Also, the top of the Market for
But oar but hold will be on
There's comfort in 'a well made custom boot,
'abet fits the corns without too much compressing
For everybody knows a shabby foot
Cannot be compromised by overdressing.
And one may wear clean linen with a snit
Of fin cloth, but there is no finessing
Will m itke a man with shabbily dressed foot,
Look like a gentleman upon the street.
Mount : Buy your boots of
SEARS I DERBY,
Or any other man. [Printer's Devil.]
Welleboro, Jan. 1, 1860.tf.
T AM AGENT for Kintiey It 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 reaped, equal to any
made. Can furnish any of the above at the
lowest Manufaoturers prise's. L. C. BENNET.
Welloboro, Jan. 1, 1870-tf.
House and Lot for Sale.
la OUSE and Lot, and vacant lot for sale
.1111. obeap. Location Wellaboia, and desirable.
Inquire at the Agitator Office.
Jan. 1, 1870—tf. •
TO THE FARMERS 0
lAM now building at my manufactory,in Lawrence•
villa. a superior
FANNING MILL ,
which possesses the following advantagesover ailother
I.lt separates rye,oats,rat litter.audfoulseeds,and
chess and cockle, from wheat.
It cleans flax seed, takes ant yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
8, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does all other separatingrequired of a mill .
This mill is built of the beet and most durable tim
ber, Wiped etyle,and is sold cheap lorcaeh, or pro
I will fit a patent sieve, for separating oats (Tom
wheat ,to other taille,on reasonableterms.
L wren nevi lle, Jan. 1,1870—t f
AXISS R.A. KEENEY bogs loave to inform
al. the citizens of Tioga and vicinity that she
has taken rooms over Borden's Drug Store, op.
polite the Post..oflice, where she will be happy
to wait on all who will give her a oall.
Particular attention paid to bleaching.
W. C. KRESS.
SMITE /6 WAITE'S,
s' Corning, N. Y.
UNION - ACADEMY, • . • (
KNOXVILLE, TIOGA' COUNTY, PENN'A.
Mrs. ADA W. 1191ITON, Precentress.
Alltsidtua Mormon, Asslitant.
Mies Mimi, BAUM; Teacher of Music. - ,
The Pali Torii wilt Oommenca August 31. The Winter
TereNoSamber 30. The Opting Term March 8. Each
Tprm to continue 12 weeks.
EXPENSES PEA T-ERM.
Tuition, including rent and wood,Fall Term...... 511,90.
,‘ , ,‘ 'l . Winter Terra. 13,80.
Spring Term... 12,50.
Day Students ' i. 7,006
Just rum en tal Music, (Plano, Organ or Melodeon ).. 10,00.,
Vocal Music 2,00,
Dee of Instruments 2,00.
Drawing and Paneling , 9,00.
Boardpar week ' ? 3,00,
„. Jan, 1,1870-tr.
NH Qll NM Miffs.
This preparation, long ) and favorably ,
' known, wl thorough re-Invigorate
, baaken . down il and lowL spirited horses,
by strengthening and cleansing the
' , stomach and Intestines.
- It is a sure preventive of all diseases
te , incident to this animal, such as LUNG
FEVER, GLANDERS, YELLOW •
WATER, REAVES, COUGH'S EIS- •iso
TEIWM+' , FEVERS, FOUR tER; •
LOSS OF 'APPETITE AND '1 ITAL f;;,- ; ,
ENERGY, t &e.lts - use improves , , • ;.,
the wind, intnialet the ttppetite— fp • ,
gives &smooth and glossy akin—and '
transforms the miserable skeleton • 1, -
into a fins-looking and spirited horse.
To keepers of Cows"thts prepay',
• , • tion is invaluable. It h a Imre pro
.r 4 , oN ... i ffr..'velattveagstiatt Rinderpeat, Hollow
Horn etc. It has been proven by
• l admit experiment to increase the
quantity of milk and cream twenty
^_,_: percent, cent. and make the butter firm
sweet. In fattening cattle It
gives them an appetite, Imens their hide, and males
therd thrive much faster.
IA all diseases' of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in
the Lungs, Liver, 5c0., this article acts _
ae a epeelSo. By puttlag from one- o kir••.,f . =S'''.••
half a paper to a paptr in a barrel of •
the above diseases will be eradi.
eaUM or entirely preVintad. If given • A
$u time, 'a certain preventito and ..
cure for the nos - Vhole_ns.
DAIID FC4 —.. " - w_h_lor,
For sale by Druggists and- Storekeepers throughout
the 'United States, Calmat's and Sou& America.
Jan. ,5, 1870-Ina.
Grocery and Provision Store,
CORNING, N. Y.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kinde of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN &
DRIED FRUITS, '1
CANNED FRUITS AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
, uni.LAPlviNfra - VAJS
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS &c., &o.
A full and 'complete assortment of the above
mentioned goods of the best quality always on
Partieniar attention paid to Fine Groceries
Dealers and Consumers will find it to their in
terest to examine hiertook beforo buying.
Corning, N. Y., f. 2 1, 1870.
For a few months past we have advertised the
above Watches at extremely low price", and the
result has been moat aatlafaotory.• Our plan 'hat
boon to sell the genuine WALTHAM WATCH,
in Solid Gold or Silver Cases drily, and at a
very small profit; giving the p 1 chaser every
opportunity of examination and c mparison and
with the understanding that if th Watch ' does
not prov&'satisfactory, it can bo exeh'anged or
These Watches are, without exception, the
most 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:
Silver 'Hunting Watches.
GOLD " WATCJIBS, 18 karat OEOO,
4. ff " ladies' also,
We often receive orders direct from our adver
tisement, but prefer that every ono should send
first for our descriptive price list, which explains
all the different kinds, tells the weight and qual
ity of the oases,and gives prices of eaoh. This
we will forwar d any one on application,
it will be found very useful in makings selec tion.
Every Watch is warranted by special certificate
from the American Watch Co.
II We send them by express to any address.—
Allow the purchaser to open the package and
examine the Watch before paying, and if after
wards it does not prove satisfactory, it can be
exchanged or the money will be cherfully re an
dad. Please state that you saw this lathe T oga
County AGITATOR. Address, in fall,
HOWARD & CO.,
- No. 619 Broadway, N.
Our establishm / ent is well known to the cal
dents of New York and viqinity, but that those
at a distance may address is with confidence, we
invite attention to,,tb Is Toilers editorial notices :
Brom the N. Y. Evangel t. May 28,1868.
We; had occasion some time since to refer to these
celebrated American Watohes which are well known as
reliable time-keepers. We cannot do better now than
to call the attention of our readers to the card of Row
and .4 Co,. by which it will be eoen that persons from
a distance can order any grado of theso Watches by ex.
press, at greatly reduced prices.
From the N.Y. Independent, Juno 18,1868.
We invite special attention to the edvestieement of
Messrs. Howard a Co., who offer the celebrated Walt
ham W 'itches not only at the lowest prices, but will
send theta to any part of the country by express, nod
give the purchaser the privilege to examine the Watch
before paying for it. We have known Howard dc Co.
personally for years, and cheerfully commend them to
the confidence of our friends throughout the country.
--_- _ Ohairmaker, Turner, and
1 / i Furniture Dealer.
ALE ROOM and FACTORY opposite Dartt'a
10 Wagon Shop Ma,in Street, where be is pre.
pared to furnish Cabinet Ware of any kind to
those in want.
Orderapromptly filled and eatiafaotionguaran
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
' Welletioro, Jan. 1,1870. J. STIOICL/N.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
A farm of three hundred acres, with two hurt
dredd and twenty-five acres improved. Bit.
noted two miles north of Tioga Village, on the
Tioga River and . Rallrocd. Well watttored, un
der a good state of cultivation, and good build
ings. Also four houses and lots for sale inTioga
village. T. L. VALDWIN.
Tiega, Jan. 1, 1870-tf.
NOTICE.—Mr. J. Smith, of Lamb's Creek
has purchased the right to put down the
driving well in the tering of Tioga, Richmond
and 'Oharleston. All persons are therefore for
bid putting down wells on the above territory.
Those desiring weild of this kind will please ad
dress L. ShIlTll,
Jan. 5, 1870. Lamb's Creek.
AownIRCULAR SAW MILL, 35 Horso-power
Engine, Shingle Mill. and appurtenances.
nas the Foster Mill, Middlebury. Inquire
of J.B. Potter, or of S. S. Rockwell, Wellsboro,
CORNING, N. Y.
I'DUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
Jur AND OILS,
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S FLUID, EX-
BURNETT'S COCOAINE, FLAVORING ,
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROM
ESTER PERFUMERY ' •
AN3IFLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
TAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
V/lITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
FINED OIL. ' •
Sold at Wholesale Prices: Buyers are requested
to mill . and ge i t quotatiOns 3efore going further
Coining, pr. Y., Jan. 1,1670-1 y
TI I ONAL
LIFO INSIJRiNeII COMPANY
UNITED STATES OF . AMERICA,
WAIMINGTON, D. O.
Chartered by Speoi'l Act of Congress
APPROVED 'JULY 25, 1808.
Cash Capital. $1,000,000,
PAID llki .FITLL
BRANCH OFFICE :
First National Bank Building,
Where all Correspondeitee should he Addressed.
Cr..inarron , 11. Cr,Antr, president.
JAY Coo xn, Chairman Finance & lixecutive Com
HENRY D. COOKE, Vice-President.
EuEnsos W. PEET, Seoretaryand Actuary.
B. S. RITSRIZT.T, Mari mawy-
Circulari. painphlots, and full particulars giv..
en on application to tho Branch Office of the
Company, or to
R. C. SIMPSON, WELLsnono, PA,,
by whom applications will be received and Poll
cies procured for Tioga County.
Jap. 1, 1870-Iy.
1 0" 40 0,` \\
YOH BUSINESS min N.
INVALUABLE TO 1
Every Merchant, Every Mechanic.
Every Manufacturer, Every Farmer.
Every Business Man, and Every Young Man.
Worth ten times its price. Agents are having
great lingoes& For circulars and full informa
tion apply to 0. D. CASE dr, Co. Publishers,
Hartford, Conn. [nov 8 1889-Bml
AT THE NILES VALLEY STEAM
10,000 Bus. Corn,
10,000 " :Oats, and any amount o
good wheat.. J. B. DIMON & Co.
Mica Valley, Jan. 1, 1870-tf.
To the Owners of Unpatontod Lanais.
SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, 1"
HARRISBURG, PA., May 26, 1869.
IN obedience to an Act of Assembly, approved
the eighth day of April, one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-nine, yon aro 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 :the
twentieth of May, ono 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.
The liens can only be liquidated by the payment
of the purchase money, interest and fees, and
receiving patents through this Department.—
Proceedings 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
IN Tioga County , and the Cheapest place to
buy in the world.
Agent for L. BOLLES & CO'S HOSE,
Binghamton, N. Y., and
ELMIRA SAW FACTORY,
Elmira, N. Y.
STOVES SOLD ON TIME.
Mansfield, Jan. 1, 1870-Iy. G. B. KIFF.
IIIOE bought the right to use
Eo r olagini iogaCouty an am
now preparad to put on roofs cheap and in good
workmanlike manner. This roofing is fire and
water proof. I refer to Messrs. Wright Bai
ley, Toles ct 'Barker, and C. L. Willcox, whore
samples can be seen and roofs in u so.
Wellshoro, Jan.], 1870-tf.
I WILL sell a'foll-blood Devon Brtll, 2 years
old, for cash, good paper, or exchange for
I have a mammoth Chester County White
Boar, procured of Hugh Henry, of Philadelphia;
and this boar I shall keep for service.
To the general publio I would say that I 'am
prepared to soil goods at auction, being, as I
believe qualified by experience to make my eel:-
vices profitable to employers. •Terms reasonable.
F, D. BUNNEL.
Wellisboro, Nov. 17, 1869.-3wo
TjETTERS of Administration having boon
granted upon tho estate of Hiram B. nil
bourn, deceased, all persone indebtod to, or
claiming against said astato, will settle with
SALLY ANN KILBOURNE,
Delmar, Nov. IT, 1869-.6e.01 Admr'x.
W. D. TE4BELL & CO.
RAILWAY. TIME TABLES.
ON and altar MONDAY, Nov. 16th.1869, Traina
wlllloavo Corning, at tho following holm, viz :
1235a10, in EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, for,
' Dunßuffukirk and Cleveland, connecting with
trains for Um iVeat. A sleeping Coach fa attached to
train through to Buffalo.
6,42 a. ni., BIGOT BXPRBSS, daily for Roch
ester Buffale, Dunkirk, Clovehind and ()Main
• natti, making direct coniniectiou with trains of (lie
Grand 'Trunk and Lake Shore Railway* at Buffalo.
Dunkirk .and Cleveland for all points West, and at
ChM Onatti with the Ohio and Mississippi and Louis
vale Short Line Railways for tho South and South.
10,20 n. m., MAIL TRAIN, gundays excepted, for
Buffalo and Dubkirk.
12,05 p, an., WAY FItEIDTIT, Sundays excepted.
1)45 P•m. BALTIMORE RXPRES,Sundaysexcept
ed, for Rochentor and Buffalo, !la Aron.
6,00 P. in., EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, foi• the West,
7 38 p. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Rochester, Buffalo, 'Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati,
and the Swath Stove at driticipal stations and con•
netts pidEttm on main line..
New and Improved Drawing Room Coaches accompany
thls train trout New York to 13unkle, nod Sleeplng
Coaepea attached at Iloruellsville, running through
to Cleveland and °allot) without change.
4,45 a. en., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Williamsport,
Harrisburg and the South; also at Elmira for Cumin
&igen; at Waverly with train of Lehigh valley Rail
way ' • at Owego for Ithaca ; at Binghamton for Coo
perstown and Albany; and at Now Yoilt with steam
ers and afternoon Express trains for Note England
cities. .Crir• Sleeping coaches accompany this train
to N eW York.
11,45 a. DAY EXPRESS. Sundays excepted,
connecting at Jersey ,Clty with midnight express
train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Also
stops at principal statsons and connecting points on
New and improved Drawing Room Coachteuccompsmy
this train to Now York.
1,10 p. tn., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted . .
12,20 p• m., ELMIRA MAIL, Sundays oxcepLd.
4,42 p. in., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
Sundays excepted, connecting at Elmira for the
7,59 p. tn., Lie =NINO. EXPRESS, cclancet
lug at Jersey City with 'morning Express train vi
Now Jersey Railroad for Baltimore oud Washington;
and at Flaw York with morning Express trulu fur
Boston and New England Cities. Alsr stops' at all prin
cipal stations and connecting points an Louis. lino.
Bleeping Coaches accompany this . traTs through tv New
BAGGAGE CIiECEED TIIROUOII.
Air A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
• aimenger Trains on the Erießailway and connecting
Ines, has recently been published, and can be precut ,
ad on application to.tho Ticket Agent of the Company
Wkt.. R. BAUR, L. D RUCICEIt ,
Gang Paee:A gen t. Gong Supt.
Slosobtirg & Corning, & Tioga R. It
Tsains will run as follows mall further notice:
Aceommodation—Leaven Bloesbarg at 7,15 a. m.. Mans
field at 1403 Tloga at 8,42, Lawrenceville at 9.84
arriving at Corning at 10,40a.m.
Mali—Leaves Bios sbn rg at 2,00 p. m field at 2,45,
Tloga at 3,18, Lawrenceville at 6,00 --arriving at
Corning at 6 p. m.
Mall—LeavesCorning at 8,00 n.m., Lawrenceville at
9,03, Tloga at 9,45, Mansfield at 10,22—,arriving at
Woes-burg at 11,00 a. m.
Accommodation—Leaves Corning at 2,40 p. m.,Lam
renceville at 5,52 Tioga at 4.40, Mansfield at 5,80—.
arriving at Blossbnrg at 6,15 p.m.
Northern Central R. R • iI:
TRAINS FOR TILE NORTH.
Trains for Canandiguialeave Elmira as follow iil
Accomodation at 7 , 05ip w
it:press [fastest train on road] 12 20 a m
Mail 10 00 p ro
Way Freight,[passonger coach attached] ...... ... 6 20 a ni
On and after Nov. 16, 1889, trains will arrive an 4
depart from Troy, as follows;
10 85 'a. in.—Dairy (except Sundays) for Elmira, Buffa.•
10, Canandaigua, Rochester, Slap. Bridgo and the
958 a. wt.—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira wail
Bulfalo,yla Rea Railway from Elmira.
723 A. m...—Dally (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington, Philadelphia, Sc.
965 pi: m.—. Daily (oxcept. Suptlays) for Baltfmorp.
Washington and Philadel Ala.
ALFRED It. FISKE - BD. S. YOUNG
Gong Sup EliarsiSbnrg, Ben'l Pass. A g't
Philadelphia & Erie R. R.
On and attor Sept. 6, MO Train. on rhij Read w
run RR follows :
W ASS 'X WA IL 11
DSallTrain leaves Philadelphia.....
" " " Williamsport. ..
" arr. at Erie
ErleExproso leave sPhiladelphia—
t. 6 ' 4 •
" arr. at Erie
B.lmira Mail leaves Philadelphia..
4, " arr. at Lock Haven
Mail,Train leavos Erie
arr. at nlilladelphia.,..
Erie Express loaves Erie
" arr. at rialthialphia_
Elmira Mail, leaves Look Haven—
" arr. at Philadelphia 7.15 p m
Buffalo Express, leaves Williamsport 12:20 a m
•• arr. at Philadelphia 9.25 a in
" Barrieburg 5.20 a in
Mail and Exprosa connect with Oil Creek and Alle
ghony River Rail Road. Baggage Checked Through.
ALFRED L. TYLER, Geu'l Sup'
Atlantic and Groat Western R• W
WETTWAIID BOUND. EdbiITARD BOUND,
Mall 5.30 Express - 6.10
Accommodation 8,35 Mall 5.55.
Bxpress 12.19 Accommodation, 11.46
Bxpross 11.00 1 I r press . 6.10
At Cory thorn is a Junction ith A.
Erie, and cil Creek Rail Roads
At Meadville with the Fraaklin and Oil City and
At Leavittaburgo the Mahor toy Branch makes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittsbutgb Raiirdad.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Gallon,
Marion, Urbana and Dayto , intersecting various rail
roads , and terminates at Cincinnati.
L. D. RUCKRR, Gen :Supt., 51eadville,Pa.
Mason 'Hamlin ' Cabine
PORITABL . I.-
Together with the ESTEY . COTTAGE ORGAN
and MELODEONS, can bo advantageously pur
vzr u. a zs, im 4 E
2 1 6) Liil '
RAVING obtained the agency from the mlan•
ufacturers ' f the above named instruments
we have the facil ties for furnishing them at pri
ces to compare f vorably with those of dealers
in either the as e ,or other reed instruments.
Their repute ion is such that scarcely anything
need be sal regarding their being desirable,
having been awarded premiums and medals at
the principal Fairs and, Institutes, both in this
and foreign countries . ' Many tine modern im
provements,,which, are so desirable in all good
rood instruqiiints, are r_owned and retained for
their excluTl'Vii-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 red Instruments, in the variety and ,eopl.-
blnatida of tones which can be produced. : $-;
INDIVIDUALS, SCHOOLS, CHURCH
and other organizations, wishing to obtain n
reed instrument, can be stilted as regards size
styles, prices, &e., &e.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED
_Se- Send for a circular.
Tioga, Jan. 1, '7O. T. A. WICK RAM
Dr. IC R. Phillips.
TilE undersigned respectfully announces to the
citizens of Westfield and surrounding coun
try that ho is permanently located at this
He is fully prepared to do all kinds of
in th 9 highest style of the art. Srtisfaction
guarranteed. Office over Scovill's Drug Store.
Fine Photographs can be had over the Drug
Store. H. It. PHILLIPS.
Westfield, Pa., June 30, 1869-Iy.
To Sell !
A 000 D sized able team horses, 1 heavy lum-
Lii bor wagon, 1 platform spring democrat
wagon, and throe single sett, heavy harnesaes.:—
To be sold low, and on time, if desired.
Welleboro. Nov:3, '6O-3w. R. J. ROSS.
D. 20 p
. 7.40 a ni
10.00 a in
8.00 a 11l
3.20 p m
330 n m
0.50 A In
9.45 a in
Atlantic and Great Western
THE GREAT BROAD GUAGE ROUTE
CLEVELAND,' TOLEDO, CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL,
Poill tS ID ttio WEST and NOR1LI:IV KlO
And to n
LE, ST. LOUIS, KANS4S
ITY, MEMPHIS, NEW
And nll points in the/ South h Southwest, wit),
-No Change of Coaches
TO CLEVELAND OR CINCINNATI,
From any point on ,the Erin linilway.,,An
vantage and eonvenienee not offered by iny
3 Tiinovoli LIgHTNI4NG EXpItERB firtAlNt
A;alggage. Ch.:eked Through, and Is 'o CIIANOF.
from One ear t, u another, preventing loss or darn.
age. ' - _
Tickets via this popular route can bo procured
at all offices on the tine of the Brio Railway, and
DEEDS & ABBOTT,
• 1 OPPOSIT DEPOT ELMIRA.
When purchasing ask the Agent for Tickets
via the ATLANTIC Sc 'GII t EAT WBSTERN
Gon. Ticket and Pass. Agt,Cleveland, 0.
• L. 1.). RUCKER,I
,Jan, 1, '7O. Gen. Supt.; Meadville, Pn.
Cash Capital over $20,000,000
I FIRST-CLASS CO'S—NONE BETTER.
RATES AS LOW as any good Companies
will take, Policies on dwellings and farm
property writtoia at this offike, and delivere?) on
Are You Insured I
It costs but little, particularly to insure dwell
ings, farm property, and contents. Detached
dwellings and farm property insured for 8 years
for one per centum and expense of policy,
A bone°, detached 100 or moro "insured for
$lOOO for 3 years, at an expense of $11,50. Only
s3,B3is a year! Small trtz—good thing in ease of
fire. Furniture, provisions, bedding <te., at the
same rates. There is no excuse, •
Everyone Should be Insured
If not with me, Smith it 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 pay for advertising.
JNO. I. MITCHELL.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1870—tf.
Them Things is Arriv
VERY thing I lovely, and the atter biped
11 -1 depen to from a ktiblime attitude.
Your wall Pleu — se Observe,
that the beernaturkd ma] in 7 (..0 It having
tined the wants of the.public, and having bony ,
tifully supplied hiniself , with almost everything
which this world crn afford to appetite than;
now heuevolentlY praposcs to open the whole be
fore the people,' and Bay to all, old and young,
black and whit°. rich and 'poor,
You pay your Money and you fake your
Don't stand out in the cold exposed to the ci
emente and to the Sting of the neighlloy, te e s,
hu , pull the latch stritg, it is alwn}e• int le bur
Tho large hearted prlvrietoi, or his tiihnne
good natured ;leek will conduct
tilled with raci•hing deligats
Ist. A wiARDEN OF SPICES, in which'
every thing Spicy,Crom a uttneg to cayenne pop.
per war Lo aeon and procured.
2d, A k3AItDEN OF SWEETS, in uhichAN` , , ,
ery variety of Saccharine delights, both solid ad
liquid way b.: had by the stick, pound or gallon,
and of such flavor and complexion as w il; male
every itching zweot tooth 'in your beau nurly
jump with delight. Should you be Poruoiogi
cally inclined, this humane individual will can.
duct you into a
GARDEN OF FRUITS, in arbleli almost ev
ery variety of luscious things to bo found gatb•
erect from the four quarter,' of the globe,
shown to satisly your largest longings. Orangi,
from Cuba, Lemons from Florida, Pfuncs from
Turkey, Raisins from .Malaga, Currants frolai the
Grecian Archipelago; Peaches dried and oana
ed along with a great variety of Canned Fruits
from the Jerseys; Dates from Syria, and Figs
from Asia M inor. No end to the supply of every
species of NUTS from 3 Continents.
THE TEA GARDEN will. nest comeband
your attention; the warm decoction of the Obit's
leaf and the Java bean have become almost,j,uvi
versa) beverages, and if not swallowed too hot or
to otrong, the mild stimulants aro esteemed DP
eminently proinotive of comfort ,nd sociality.—
What comp may of eltlerfy ladies could over plat
in peace without Omni 7 No . w your triend the
GARDNER,, wit be most happy to show you
all this. He will a you politely to look at him
Ted. You aro welcomo to try every chest find
see GUN POWDER, Souchong GREEN,
pY§ON, &c., which flavor you like, hut of all
the other styles whose jaw cracking names would
be dangerous to pronounco, COFFERS, in crety
style, ditto, ditto, ditto.
Thetbeneficent propiietor.of this mammoth es.
tablishment—out of sheer good will, and if 3se
will believe hiul for 'no other motlve.than your
interest and his, has at vast expense established
at the sat ie place. an itiimense depot r.t Prot 1.•
ions, conAsting of
Flou l r, Pork, Lard, Codfish,lWhite Fish,
Sword Fish, &e., &e.
Meal, Hams, Butter, Trout,i Blue Fish,
Halibut, &c., Ste.
Ali of which ho intends to sell at cv profit, oe tLe
principle of "live and let live." 10 generally
proposes also to reeei o in exchange alt the No
ducts of your farm and dairies,aild it is said cal
fidentially t.y the publis!, that he never rein•i!.
Tho' bum ivreteheinY to keep it
anxionsis ho. that lio dear people .sbould
nothing whatever,alit money eon buy of
Wollsboro,Jan. I, ISTO
CASH Paid FOR: HIDES,
by M. A. DURIF
STATE NORMAL SOROOL,
11111 E nest term Id thi l s - a)),
1 tauten Wedneeday, !Sept IFt IFrp,
For Catalogue—address Prof,. Chat 11. Vet
ril-; Mansfield, Tiogn County Pu.'
:..fnly 7, 1869-If.
0 ETIS WATKINS respectfully inforu, the
public that hd has established a
Live 4 forixive, ii
at the barn on the premises lately owned by lA.
C iftimpson. 13sct., located on Pearl and Cratio
Streets, Wellsboro. He aims to keep good hor
ses and wagons, and intends to please. Prices
Doable and single teams furniehed. •
L. A. GARDNER