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TIOGIt COUNTY AGITATO,II.
WEDNE9)AY, ALARCII 2, 1870.
Fisk & Hatoh—Bankera.
Orphans' Court Sale—Charles Stockwell
For Salo—James C. Van Gelder. '
To Creditors—George SV. - Foster.
For Salo—George W. Foster.
, Richardson Washing Machine.
Cathartics Pills—J. C. IVer.
SELLINCF OFF.—Bullard & ocr.'s en
tire stock of goods is now offered at coot, for cash.,
DONAtIoNB.--There will be a. &ration
at Bailey Hall, Mansfield; for the benef4 of Rev.
NV. IL Taylor, r Friday evening Feb. 2dth,1870.
- - By order of oopirnitte4
L t a donation for_ Rev, 0. L. gib
son, on Wednos 3 , (this) erening,'nt the'Seselon
Room of the M. E. Church. . •
RtLIGIOITS. John Cairns ha
boon laboring four weeks a ,protracted meeting
in the Presbyterian Church,in Osceola, and .we
learn that about ninety persons have been eon , .
Aerted, and the interest still continues.
RM AI C SociErry.—Miss Susetin
_Preston will entertain the above society on Thurs
day evening, March 3d, 1870, by rending from
the following authors,
"My Soul and I."—Wnirrtnn.
"The Vision of Sir Litunfal."—Lownta,.
CONCERT.—Professor J. G. Townet,
the popular ballad singer, and D. B. Towner,
will give a concert aftherCourt Rouse, Wellibero,
on Monday evening, March 7, 1870.. The.eon
arts given by thOe gentlemen Ore ,of the brat
order, and we bespeak for them a_ good bpuso.
—TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. The
Quarterly Convention of the I. 0. of G. T.
will be held at Wellsboro, on Thursday' and Fri
day, March 3d and 4th, 1870. Tho Convention
will commence • on Thursday at 2 o'clock P. M.,
and close Friday evening with a public lecturo
by lion. S. B. Chase., G. W. C. T. - .;
Tnionr.B.—By the new stage arrange
ments between this place and Tioga, oar citizens
are enabled to make a trip to Corning and 41trara
and back, the same day, , or from thence to this
plane and back, in the same time. We are glad
to chronicle a fact of so much Importance to our .
people. This is a . 6iiiienienee of ogruslthieh
we have long needed, and all the time there has
,good reason why we should have,doite
without it. The arrangement is likely to increase
the travel on this route greatly.
THE WEATHER.—We have come up
on the winter at last. Mercury fell ten degrees
below zero, two or three mornings last week;
and though the sun came out bright each day,
the sleighing was not mueh affected. The lum
bermen are makingzgood use of their opportu
nity; and we now think all the logs will ho got
Without this run of sleighing„ we should
have seen tight times for money the coming year.
Business of all kinds is enlivened. The young
folks aro making a merry time " •sleighing";
and 'the old ones, listening to tic oh •orful southla
of bells and happy voices, wan lcm back to the
olden days, and forget the long cra interven
ing, in dreams of happier times.'
DRAMATIC.—Again wits he Court,
House filled to listen to the repetition of " -M
-arcel Erle" and " Regutar by the Welloboro
Dramatic i , :toeiation, lust Wednesday evening.
On account of the illness of Mr. ii. F. Truman,
" Boa. and Cox" was omitted. J. J. M'Co
took the place of Mr. A. Truman ps Manager,
and acquitted himself well. Mr. I Bunnell did
himself credit in his character of ,the " Maniac
Lover." lie has genius for acting, and hat ho
the benefit of training, would dank high.
"Mary" was received with appluuso, find acted
her part sv well as to win the tidutiration of al).
"Julia" is a pretty city belle, making easy coo
quest of human hearts, cruel girl. "She puts
" Andrew Adze" in training, in vain, to smooth
away his rustio manners, for Andrew, like a Ira ,
elan, not in a mood of wooing, gives loose rein to
Nature as she is, and leaves false art' to woman.
" Do Brass '"made " a regular fix" of his t part.
We "don't know why ho should—but ho
The gout helped him out of it, however, in'good
tido; but what good would all the gout in the
acrid have done him, without a " rich relation" ?
"Mr. Surplus" displayed a massorly comprehenr
slob of the situation; and the charming "Airli
Surplus" showed krrselOvorthy of the love oN
such a genius. " Deborah" has'a graceful way
of falling into a chair, at the right time, and on
‘inrierent inclination to relieve distress )ta tero
for Sympathy. " Matilda Jane !" vet).
nulls is a suQicient comment, unit she wore it
,Fell: The music enlivened the evening rely
IN are glad to state ,that the leeolids mole
than curer MI the expenses.
HERMAIC SOCIETY.—The lectu ro of
Hugh Young . , Esq., un " The Chinese et ./.1070c, 1
at the Court Reuss, hut Friday evening, was lily
'cued to by a large audience, V. ith great interest.
Itcontained many interesting facts concerning
China and the Chinese, expressed in an easy, eon
chi° style, and delivered in an agreeable, unpre
tending manner, exhibiting not, a little research
and accurate study.
lie gives our old friend IL J. Ramsdell, form-
erly of this place, and now the Washington cur
rogpondent of tho N. Y. Tributus, a high compli
ment, in saying that he has given bettor ac
count of John Chin:l4 l min, than any other that
the lecturer has read—for ho has read ;ill the
leading ones lately given the pablio.' •
The lecturer takes issue with dm Washingtoil
correspondent of Tut: AmyAtoit upon tint Civi.)
Service bill. _ Tho Chinese have long itructi:ied
plan of competitory examinations of candidates
for official position, similar to that proposed irt
Congress by Mr. Jenekes. Upuu %this subject we
are not disposed to differ with him. Frequent
political convulsions, followed not unfrequently
by a total change of administiation, have alrea
dy produced, to our inirid, most dangerous re
sults. One of the most imminent dangers to our
government, is the power_ of patronage. The
office of President, and indeed most of tho;itn
portant official positions Of our Republic, are
sought, not so much for the honor, and dig:legit
imate profits, as fur the indecent but accustomed
traffic in dealing - ciut offices—iii short, fort the
power which such stations give. to the !incum
The lecturer did not enter partioularlyeinto - the
question of the Chinese in our own Olitics.—
This is one of the living questions of the day,
destined as, he says, soon to become a le . ading
issue in party Polities.' Thera can ha btit ono
result; the logic of our times tends to
itm and whatever party shall stand in the way
of equal privileges to all nations, under koper
rettrictions, in this country, must fall before it.
The lecture was replete with frequent sallies td
geaUino Yuuktc wit, worthy of the genius of
Patrick James lii'Whorter," of the Emerald
Boor:. AGENCY.—Mr. .13enj. Doane of
Middlebury is agent for the sale of "Tice „Inter/.
ran Cyre/oped6r, or Rome Rook of
edge," in this county.
Tho book treats of a great variety of subjects of
interest to every family, and contains a largo
amount of useful knowledge for the cultichtion
of Lome pleasures anti duties. It is Written in a
Popular style, easy of comprehension, in topics
brief enough for an evening's reading. Indeed
it is of that elan of books, not needc.l by those
who have access to sources of accurate informa
tion upon the subjects touched, yet it is instrnc
tire and useful to that class of readers who cannot
!pare time to go to the bottom of things. Such
a book it purportii to be ; and we bare no doubt
that farmers, mequinics and working men will
End it worth all it coats.
• 0-crintrifilkovai , loo . o.itirgesir p 0144 is Jargli
clear type,-aud.titattititsuoraritari -ISC:different
subjects. Among .them we uiention : The Family,:
-Home, kindness, Tq bustafid; 'sires, fathers,
niothcri,',Ohildron—a hint 'to "KOistb, To iounk o
Ladies, To r'arenta and Wit; lloonomy,
Mangers, Maxims, - precepts und , rnies,irells, cis
terns, painting] whitewashes,: plowing draining, ' :
fertilizing; ftineing, tlower gardens, the'caltare of
fruits. raanagenien, of horses and stock, sheep,:
hoga,-beea, cooking ; making bread &a., domestic:
dyes; banieke'Ciiing, sickness, hialth; and 13, great
variety of•other subjects. _ -
•Wninknorto, Pa., Feb. 21; v 370•
P. C. Vial nr.,nart—Dear Sir have airraye •
had a skirt Of itffinity . and fellow'revling with On"
term, and _all, the.suliordintite retinue of ty
pographioal profession I have been quite itte
-easeful in Making their rioquaintande,'.and scull
voting with them the meet spelel relations; but,
'after ail, as uncle Dacia . said 'about the girls,, I;
have' sometimes thought them 41 4.1u00d• queer
things" entered the sanctum the other morn.
ing and found you overhauling a bundle. of pa
pers with studious attention, and if feel ever
so communicative, social or. .inquisitive, I think
'of We i mar - 1y poi/pant things that have been said • 1
about the "bores of the sanctum." do my -busi
ness as briefly as possible and retire. ' I go thro'
the oleo apd all is sileritiiiive the nimble fingers
and tlieiteu.l3l . click of the types as they, take
their places in:the do '
you call it*--
1 dowet feel at liberty to touch any thing or to,
speak , --hero eilence gives no, consent but for
bids—l step out as still as a mouse and carefully •
shut the,door behind me. Thus r have ad no!
opportunity toriacquaint Myself with the rules of ,
an office as I would like to do in this brief inter
view. • Now I will suppose you are at leisure,,
and owl are seated for a frank, free, good miter;
I—ls n newspaper conSidered tiro property oe;
an -editor, or tiro pco
plo ...thlpnyfor 14 awl rorra
2—Do editors geLrally publish , no artists' ear-,
cept,they approve the.sentiments r of there ?r•Or . .`
15 it always understood ttutte on odiP:trP l : l , l ?)Cs l -)
Os article, be therefore.epproyercor. the- same:
unless he enters an objection in' his editerial?
' 8— Is it a rule generally recognized among ed.:.
hors that all communications are confidential;
- whether so requested or not by the author od
4—ls it a breach of order to allow any one to
mid manuscripts in the sanctum ?
b—Why do editors fetich() the name of their
oontributora, when their oontri . butiona ate
B—lf.an[ article has been published in 'ono
griper, can it properly he 'another"
as original —by k tbe autbor,-subseqUently •
7—ls'it :the right of any editor to makit anyi
alterations in an article that he consents to pub
lish, without-a request to do-so by-the author?
8,-.74krer..pooVezenerally,allawed. 4 o:appitls. of .
any particular excellence in a dewspaper,—rx,
cep! of Wotele, Without' being charged of offering
ittradvertisetnent'in disguise 7?—. , • , • •• ,
d-figs say pergon ri E, .394,a Ultii :belt ti,
subscriber.or interloper, to wake • hiintelf:irea,
with the exchaugos•belonging.to an.officet 4
I would like to chat longer, sit,' but f,
bOre . youlttlready.L-Good night. .
r REMAUKS AND ANSWER
kst..Vilienever a, copy of a paper ha's been de.a,
livered to. a subscriber, it is his„.whether ho hal
paid for it or not. But the ‘ newspaper," in tho,
sense implied by .our correspondent, belongs to
the editor and proprietor. - A - question whether ai
stock of goods on thO Merchant's - Bt:00 belong l
ed to the merohant or to the people who buy
them, would be just as pertinent.
2d, .17one but narrow minded and bigoted
dough-heads, who sometimes obtain "control 'of
newspaper columniv-req:uire that articles for pubt
lication shall alWays coincide with their own Beni
anionic. Such a rule might answer where news.;
papers are under the iron sway of kings and dos.;
pots ; 'but in a land where public opinion is ai
free as it is here, and whore popular intelligence
is ea wide-spread and general, it . would 'be die.
graceful in the extreme, and utterly-at war with
every dietatF, of honor and, decency. At the
same time, it is right and proinr that all editors
should use a rigid discretion i j the accepting of
original or selected articles;: and no person
whose contributions arc for any cause rejected,
has fair .grounds fur complaint therefor. The
editor alone is held responsible to tith public fur
the matter which his columns (7 , 0at.10;...... 1 is n
hislinty to till his paper with such articles as ars
most. congeniM to his own taste, and as 'he has 3.
just right to prove to his patrons.
3d. The rule is fully recognized and honora.
lily abided by. The secret OT . lin. author is ail
safe with an editor as with the author
and experience tell us in ninny eases much more
so. An author's name is never disclosed to satin
fy anybody's idle curiosity.
4th. If there is any %irtuo in our answer to
the third question, n reply to the fourth is unnZ
emery, for, 10 far as communications are con 4
owned, to which our correspondent evidently x.v.
era, the one involves the other
sth. Contributions may not be inoffensive,
oven when on their face they appear to be. The
requirement is made, in such ease!, because it ig
every way rel.sonable that an editor should know
who his correspondents are, and utterly unrea
sonable that a correspondent should undertake
to conceal Manama from the medium through
which ho expects to bring hip writings to the
public. If the article is not inoffensive, it wilt
not be denied in any quarter that the editor
should know oho wrote it ; and if it is inoffen
sive, the writer certainly can have no objectiiinq
to enclosing 1113 nem with his manuscript. A.ti
editor is nut doing himself justice, when ho con
sents to publish •au original article, no mattes
what may be its merits, unlesat draiver also
contains a record of the name of the writer.
tith. it is generally conOdered that an author
has a fair title to his own productions; hut when
ho has handed theta over to a newspaper fOr'pub
pication, (li( 9 or e di . 4.F03.1 (Y, and 13001)4 . to the
paper in which they ale printed, and the writer
has simply the credit of their authorship. He
clay nut copy them into another paper, without
fall nod fair credit to the ,pap!er in which they
first appeared. `I hi Snt least is our doctrine, and
we think stand the tent of literary Arne.
7th. An editor should nut make a mater it
alteration without the consent of the writer. If,
in bin judgment, prudence requires such an al
teration, it, is better to deeline,the publication,--
But, as a general thing, editors have neither
time nor inclination to re-write or amend the
of their correspondents. 'they should, roma
like Minerva from the head of Jove, full fledged,
and ready for mingling with the bustling world.
Such as are not thus prepared, usually find A
resting place far short of the ambitious place for
which they ',veto intended; while many sor4
specimens, for one rut on end another, fun/ their
way to the public gaze.
" With all their imperfections on their heads,"
the lofty pyramids of those rejected, in labyrin
thine pigeon holes of the editor's sanctum, int'.
nibli a sad commentary 011 the delusive ambition
of that 'lumen/us class who, iu their own person=
al opinions, only, have a call to "write fur the
Sib. We don't get a very clear idea of this
query of our correspondent, but we say ,
rally, that the matter of " advertising in .dis-u
guise," is a practice from which printers have
suffered much, and by means of which they have
been greatly imposed. on. But they have long
since gut their eyes open to this abomination and
nuisance, and are hoping fur the concert of a
,neasure to retinal the practice altogether.
fish. No man has a right to the exchange pa
pers uithout the consent of tho editor and pro
prietor of the concern. It is just as reasonable
to claim nay other property belonging to an edi
tot, ai lit papers. Although we are sorry to say
that the plactiee is quite prevalent all over the
country, for certain individuals to be present at
the opening of mails. and, 'of course, they mast
have the first look at tho, papers. Modesty for
bids further explanation.
Trusting our corre ,, potideut may bo profited by
tbo explaontioris aboNe riven, Ivo bid Lint, fdr
the pres'ent, gooai•byo,
LIBERTY. —The sudden change from
mild to very cold heather has been very 'great
etleighing is good, and if it should continuo for
several weeks, lumbermen and others, will Kura
a chance to do up their hauling, and their work
ing men willreceive their pay. Wo hope it will
be fhe mcana of throwing more money into circa;
)(Ilion, and nn doubt it will result in a revival of
good times in our vicinity, and throughout the
Died, nmSundny, Feb. 20th 1870, Mr.
Levergood, aged 23 years and 9 months. Ho was
a. young man of great promise, and had he been
spared, ho would luivo made bis mark in the
world. 'lt can he said of a truth, that a finer
young man was never raised in Liberty township.
His loss too his widowed mother, brothers sisters
and to our whole community, will he very se
voreljr felt. SCRIBE.
MORRIS 11.2 abort
space to 'offer afew - itigestione 'ielating' to our
publio sohools. Wo have bore two large and
conlonodrousSeliool houses, and fOur ladles teaoh
ing. Now with all duo deference to: the ladies,
_put in a plea for a in manila° leacher, and
that teacher to teach a 'publio night slam),
our guardians of.tho publics schools, will, no
.deubt,,lbinir. that% .e'novel, idea, Do, not, get
gontipaen; it has been well; tested, in
several of the /hates; and especially In the city
of'Now York, where it gives, entire satisfaction,
and answers all the purposes that tho advocates
of the system ' ' • 1 , :
Noted, 610 m that,boys hero, who cannot attend
the day school, (night to receive the same atten
tion as the youth of New Yorli pity, orMSy other
place. "It may not be generally known„. that in
Morrie , run, Fall It rook, and Arnot, the three
mining districts of Tioga Co., thorn is a large
alas of boys from ton to seventeen whp-are frith
their fathers or guardians, in or about the mines
all the 34ar'round,-and do not attend , any day
school, unless their parents release: them , from
their labor and send them to , school. To such a
class, a public night school would bo invalgable.
Now gentlemen, in charge of our public schools,
there is the matter in a nut shell. I hope you
gill take it into conSideration i 'cogitate Well
lay your - red tope up; and then not.•
The Spartan band of 'Good Tempters hero aro
doibg a good work in this place,. and deserve a
passing notice, Starting under adverse dream:
stances, they are acoomplisting great good.
Tho noW Lodge of Odd Fellows, organized last
month under the title of Morris Ron Lodged, No.
OS, commenced with 95 members; and :11P to the
prompt time have initiated 20, with a large num
ber of other appliCations On their books. .
A new and fatal disease has made its appear
ance in this section itinonF the adult population,
4orrninating fatally in Ppixko cases, laide of forty
eight:bpi:oB.v .01,0 physicianlmftwO4o, enlighten
Our minds , es to the cause or nature of the disease.
and only answer our questions by a profound shako
of the head-.
11 . 1 - view of tlio large 'number of immigrants
that rench this section every spring, would it,not
be advisable .-for -our -physicians tti_ take somo
stops to prevent the introduction of disease)
and especially_ef,tbac now discos, known as the
f,'rclapsing"fo ver," 'which . is rCpCrted ns being
The Wesleyan Methodititajwic have bad 'ltorno
church tiouties, owing' ie Arne gf•thoinmeipibord
wishing to join the Odd Follows—a clad's° in
their Discipline not' allowing their members to
join the Masons, or Odd Fellows; and as I believe
it ia-tti~sinl3'roligions_-b`odyi 'Of any :VOW 'Oat,
forbids its members from associating with either
of the obeyed nattied.organisatiOns, considerable
interest is felt by the outside community as to
The Virginia cheap lands are just now attract- ,
ing:thß aqention of our owns people. Some 44,141
bought land there, and i removed their families:
ethers contemplate .going in the spring. We
wish them mach success in the Old Thiminion.
W. L. It.
AgONC; vita INDIANS.—Liont. Herndon tells us
that ,oraborigiaces are found irC.thq
deepest forests of South America, from the An;
des to tho A tlantie•coast, that do , not have and
use Dr. Ayer's medicines and Lowell cottons.—
" Tiotnont," " Suffolk," " Boott," aro seen in
largo rod and blue letters upop their garments,
while Ayer's THU find Phony Pectoral are among
the treasures of their habitations. Their native
soillurnishes them 'all their' Nod and most of
their remedies,: but they stiffer from some afflic—
tions which must have the interposition of higher
-skftl.--(Sentinel, Liberty, Va,
TAVLO:t—smax—ln Onceohx, on thellth of Feb.
IS7O, by Ver. John Cairns ' Capt. Chas. It. Taylor to
Miss Stella A. slaughter of Morgan Seeley, Esq., all of
LDNIIARDT—SATITNS--In Stoll.); Folic, Feb. 29, 1810,
ty U.N. D. A. Pcpo, M. Catlper Lvolhurcit to 111,1stiOtth.
'tine 1,. &thing. of Phillipsburg:.
Itlrrltlill--GOODWI&—In Middlebury, Vet): 13, 1870,
lry the haute, Mr. lialem .7. Butler of Chathem to ttifyrt
Amadnithurv. • „
STIIWAIVIPRV:4IM.IIII--Iti KeeneyVillo;Fen.O, 4 lM
by 0. D. Keeney, MA Mr. Theodora Bfewitrt to Ativs
Adelina Pt immer. bot h of Farmington.
WHITEULAD—OLTIIOI? In Knoxville, Feb. 17,
1&70. Aaron Whitehead, of Steithen Co., N. Y., IO
Mitt, Delilah Qlt hot, of Knoxville, Pa: .' •
44 0 . 013.11
7P. 111., Tuesday, 111arcla 1. Sharp
The Richardson . Washer.
-WE the undersigned do hereby say to nil—
that we have tried this machine, and
think it far :,uperior to any we_ ever say. It
washes complete, and works with perfect on:w—
ooly requiring about ono tenth the labor of coin
!min washers. We think it cheap, simplo and
durable. It does not wear the clothes, but sim
ply eleancti tom all dirt. And we cheerfully
recommend it to all; it being now canvassed for
with great snccess. - March 2, 1870 8t
Mrs. Joro Me Smith, dln. William Mathers,
" Mary A Dewey, eorga Parker,
" Christina Watkins, " Nettie Watkins,
" Lewis lloluiu P. C. Vin Golder.
Air. M. 0. Sutton is tho onlynnthorizod Agon
is this locality. •- Mor. 2-ot.
ORPHANS' COURT, SALT.—By, virtue of
an Order -issnedsout of the' OrphatiS' Court.
of Tiogo county, the andorsignedignardian,
of Lovina Collins, will expose to public sale, 'on
the promises, in Union township, on the 80th
day of March, A. 1), 1870,.nt 2 o'clock, P. M.,
an undivided onmfourth part of all that certain
lot or tract of land situate in said Union town!
6111 p, Tiotta county, and bounded on the
north by 'until of 1 - /a Soper, oast by lauds of.To
eeph Collins and L. N. Oriswold, south by landft
of Chauncey Bacon, and tvest by lands of Goo.
O. ; containing about fifty-five acres,
(fifty acres of which are cleared,) together with
ono frame house, frame barn, and small orchard
Terms.—Ono—third ca.lll, ono—third in one year
from ithe confirmation, and ono—third in two
years' GilAitiES STOCKWELL',
' March 2, 1870;4t _ Guardian.
A tunToit'S NOTICE.—Tho Auditor's of
11clotor ' will moot in tho Court
'loose, Wellsboro,Monday, Feb, Bth, at
10 o'clock, a. in., to fleitlo the accounts of k aid
township., It. BUCELY, Soc'y.
Fob. '23, 1670—tf;
CLO,SVEG OUT SALE OF
WINTER GOODS :
The subscriber offers hie entire Stoo( of Winter
Antis at actual
TIO,SV ZOM .04gE
This .will he found a, rani opportunity :or
purchosers, as t!ho Stock is largo; and well selected,
consisting in part of
of various style; and fairrieß adapted d to the
SHAWLS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS,
BUFFALO AND LAP ROBES,
GENTS• OVERCOATS, AND A
GENERAL STOCK OF
WINTER CLO THING
Tlio public are invited to call and examine
Welleboro, Feb. 16, 1870-tf
*:,,c_04 1 - , poo ;* gcoi*.ixno*T
• Requires icamediate attention"; as neg
SO W /Vj-1 loci often rainits in iip iticitratio thnr,
RONCHIA ••• •
Br'oton's BrorFhiat 21.0c . h.es
, . , ruel - A C " . will most invariably give in slant relief . ,
OATAILBU, COXIIVIIPtIrt and
Tao tiattiasse, they' !AO effect;'
'SINGERS and PUBLIC . i3P4AK.ERF/ nee them to
clear and strengthen the voice. , - • - ••
Owing to the good reputation and popularity of the
Trochee; Zaan - j - tiorthlese - and cheap imitations are , of
ferod, which aro F ood far nuthiag, Tie sure to obtain
Vinfs, Woo°Mal_ Troches,
i*c BOLD Etatiliillanz. 1,4e0f
The Confeetitonewof an Invalid,
pI93IIBFIED for too benefit of young tntri and - o th ers
rho troffered from NetvoitoDebilithectOopylying
the means 'of Bblf:ctire. ;Written by ono iwbo cored
himpelf; and sent fipo'on •receiving apost-paid directed
otivelopp.- Addreop: NATFIAN/EL
. . •-, ,
ERICORS , OF - YOUTH •
A OBNTLEMAN whb 'suffereU, loijoara train Nor
vows Debillty,'Priniature nocari and all tho erects of
youthful indtscrotThniwi tl, for the salie'litsufforlna lin
manity,' send free to all 'who need' tifokaceli•t• and
dlremtione forluaking the simple rfimellY by vihiCh'
was aimed.' Sufferers "Oohing:to profit by'the
tlsoYs experience, caes do, eo by mhtlithelug in
confldence.. ' .30IIN B. 00110BN,'
May 20,'69-ly. No. sl,l,Cedar btreet, Now , Yorli.
:t - • To, CO_DISUR ‘4
IPI I VESs
r,2 , •,
TILE Advertiser, hail pi heonyostol.ed tataltb•itt a
to*,rreek e, e yo,ry.s.linplgyomelhaftaz.basingsair.
fared several years with a spveo, Ian); :affection, and
thqt. dread dlseaml..ContillinPAQ.B.. L .....: l l.l% ll ziontil Mak o
ltbbwrith hts fdloW:Saffecers tho mcano,ofapro, •
wo,alooo,4esiro%ho ite44 .61:91 pro
scrOttpluriso(frstitOrobarge,byfih:the -- iAtlonalor
prellpaila g - and uslog:tho vattleciwhicii thljy v 41. 1 :,1 a
tlbp',ol3an pea CoSertslilloN, - Airtairisstleoporii ; Omtc,
cipj act cift tho adtettlseco-0144 1 9g-Itti_e Micr i l
tiVis lite& heti - Opt theratilleitcali:arieVeltraNidnfOnsat on
which lie conceives to ho ialiaiitiblei:eiar Ale ~hbPos
every suftorermilltrody,-,aaJt ust them
nothing, And maypt•ovira - hlessing.
Parties wishing the 'prescription, addresi
; • -•••„-, --- Willionsburg, Lingo (lottatyal.
May 20, 1809-Iy,' • - • .
LOOK' AT THIS ?
that runs itself, at s3.less than ever sold before
at the TIOGA HARDWARE STORE.
AO4IK• !AT THIS T„
SAP 'PAILS $25 per Hundred.
SAL' PANS at your own price, at the
TIIE'OLXDPER GROSS VDT SAW.—Ptioo
seduced to 85 cents pbr foot. • '
SLEIGH " SHOES.—Price reduced to 5 cents
CENTRAL RAIL ROAD LANTERNS.—
,Prico reduced to $1,75 at the -•- ,
" TroclA. ITA`RDWARIC•S'I'OILE.
100 Z, 1,1t 4 ttl az a
36D--„ 6Z: AIME PANE; at"... 6 s'eonttfitiii dom.
8.913 than can be bought claesthero, at the
100 DOZIN PAILS, and all other artiolea of
Tin-Ware at lower prices than you over bought
before, at the .
Look 'at his
• rorsormo%.• TAXika • . 1.16.14,.[...4-1,4.4 irrth:afrft
cents per mile on the purchase of ,at the •
• TIOGA, HARDWAIt STORE.
Tioga, Feb.l), 1876.—tf.."
The Place to Buy Groceries,
L. F. TRUMAN.
Ilti - VlNertaken - tho Storo - fortneily occupied
by John It. Boron for dry goods, and con-
Irted it into a
R. R. N. D. S
;GROCII4Y & PROVISION
evoryttlink fresh and good con Lo found hero,
and at prices to pleaxe.
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,- MO
LASSES, FISH, &C., &C.,
Call and .-Gu n 3, that we may 4onvinco you
of the foot that, fmr motto is, " Cheap, Quick
Sales, annd Stunll Profits."
Tim roxnaininr, Drylitoorls,•of, J. R. 'Bowen,
will be Bold at this establishment at very low
figures. F. TRUIVINN.
TN pursuance of an order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, of Tioga county, dated the third
day of Fehruary, 1870, C. W. Beach, Guardian
of Horace, Mattison, Cummings .1. Mattison, El
len Mattison, Ralph Mattison, Ruth Mattison, J.
S. Mattison and Willis Mattison,' will, on Wed.
nosday, the 23d day of March, 1870, tit 10 A.
M., on the premises, expose to
public sale, all of the interest of his said' wards
in all that lot of land situated in the borough cf
Knoxville, in Tioga county, Pa.; hounded on
the north by Cummings Mattison,"on the oast by
J. Goodspeed, J. Dearman, A. Dearman and F.
Woodbury; south by Main street, and 'West by
L. Mattison; containing eighteen acres; with
two.frame 13Moses, one frame barn, and au apple
orohard ihereen. Also, all that other lot of land
situatt4 in Deerfield. township, Tioga county,
Pa. ; bounded on the north by the Billings es
tate, east and west by Cummings Mattison, and
south by H. Freeborn and estate •of H. Seeley;
deceased; containing 25 acres, more or less.—
Terms. eusb. C. W. BEACH, Gua'n.
Feb 23, 1870 tlw
DISSOLUTION.—The oo.portuorship hero
torero existing under the firm name of
Truman Mothers, was dissolved by mutual
consent on the 7th inst. - L. F. TRUMAN,
Fell 23, 1570.,31, C. MAT HERS,
TIM undorsigncd, appointed an Auditor in
the matter of the account of J. Emery, Ad
ministrator of - the estate of David 11. Smith, dei
ceabed, to settle baid account and marshal the
assets in the hands of said accountant for dis
tribution, will attend to the duties of his—ap
pointmerit, at his office, in Wellsboro,Tiogato.,
Pa., on Wednesday, March 30, 1870 ; when and
whero all persons are required to present their
claims, or be debarred ftotn coining in for a share
of said assets. JOHN I. MITCHELL,
Feb 23, 1870, At Auditor.
THE PLACE TO BUY KEROSENE
LOOK IT THIS ?
LOOK AT THIS.
TIOGA HARDWARE STORE
E. H. Harris'
CELEBRATED BAKING POWDERS
for sato by
Feb. 2, 1870. P. It. WiLLTAMS & CO.
CHEAP AS DIRT, AT
Feb. 2, 1870. P. IL WILLIAMS Ac CO.
OIL THE CHEAPEST 11T
Fob. 2, 1870. P. R. WILLIAMS ,4 CO
For Anything .
You want in the
Go to P. It. Williams A; Co. They kooplthe
host stock and sell the Chenimst.
Feb. 22. I.FIIIIL
1 . 1,
i, • ,
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. . . ..
• - N.
The subscribers are now receiving new — goods aliaost 4:1141Y, - , , suited
the trade Pt' this eieaeon 'of 'the year, arid wa can and are Willing ; to zoititoltim ' object to all per.
lions who aro, prepared to buy such goods early, to buy of 'i; ; Oa we 011DICAO can claim 404
to aforq.t.bettppAvpritse of -• • • . , ' , ,
TWENTY-FIVE Pi R CENT-.
on tho prices of an t
y IA pow goods, and also , a savioof
g COMI era ) e
'4l I j die interest`
what the prices will be when business is active. 3 •
KR LINEN STOCK IS ENTIRELY NEW,
' .• , ,
BRAWN • TABL 4i , LINENS, HALF BLEACHED' TABLE LINENS.
BLEACHED' ' 'ME LINENS, NAPKINS, TEA DAYLAS, SCOTCH •
DIAPERS, S IRTING LINENS, BROWN CRASHES, BLEACH
-ED' ; ( opßit. - ES:- - THJOICABCCK TOWELING, BORDERED
..-r'TOVir S,'PRINVED 'TOWELS, TABLE SPREADS,
LINEN . ZOOMS, &0., &C., is marked nt fnll twonty-Ilve,por cent. less than tho phone at.whiol
Tro solit,lnr many goods last - teasott: -
ifow filliokuOvith all the desirable makes in
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS, BROWN SHIRTINGS, BROWN MEETINGS,
TICKINGS, DENIMS,.STRIPES 'AND' NEWEST . STYLES:I_,
PRINTS, NEWEST STYLES IN GINGIIAMS;W:,
•• ' •
•• - • '
Which wo'aro - selliiig nth finial( advance on the present low rate of prices in wholesale markets.
Boots - and Shoes
Wo aro also adding largely to onr stook of Boots and Roes, putting in as fast as possible,
nowest stylos in . •
LADIES' SERGE POLISH BOOTS. LADIES' SERGE BUTTON BOOTS.
LADIES' PEBBLE GOAT POLISH LADIES' PEBBLE GOAT BUTTON
-- - BOOTS. - - BOOTS.
And shall keep a still larger stock this season than last, and also sell them at a slight reduction
in prices, as we have boon enabled to got a ,
off of several of our loading makes, and in all cases whey we do so, we give our customers the
benefit of it. We increased our sales in this department last year about 20 per cont. 'over the
year before, and hopo to do the Bailie this year.
'.come_ and see us,,and we will show you an attractive stock of
NEW, GOODS, AT LOW PRICES,
end help you make your money buy more goody, per dojlar,thaufer,a good luau years.
Corning, Feb.. 9, 1870.
NORWAY OATS FOR SEED
lir HAVE • twenty-five bushels of tbo gonnino
Ramsdell Norway oats. being part of fifty
bushels raised from ono bushel sowing. The
seed from which the above oats wore raised,
was bought in Now -York City from tho' solo
agents of the • genuine Ramsdell Norway Oats.—
Price. $5 per bushel. Address,
Fob. In, '7O-ti.
High School. •
rrinn übscriber will open a School in the
1 . village of Oscohla, on Monday, March 7th,
1870, and continuo twolro weeks.
RATES OF TUITION :
C. C. WARD, Principtil.
'IOC~I, HIGH pQHC.iOL.,
11. M. , EFIELfIS,
R. T. M,Citkfi ,
Miss IIATTII: 1). - CLOSP, ... ..... Prim. Dop't.
9d Term will open Deo. 20, ane j eontinue 14
weeks. Tuition strictly in advance. No
bills made for 1040 than half a torm. Nojedue
tient; made except in cases of protrac ecteolnese.
Rooms to rent to thoso who desire to board them
Common English, Elementary A
wary Philosophy and Primary ?by:
all pupils of school ago residing in
Commercial cogis . o p time unlimited
English Pratiches,and tieriaan . I
“ " Commercial c l
.For infoiratioti witlfrogaid to IT
call on, or addr . osti . 1
' ll'. M. BEELES, Pi
A: FEET WOOD, do FARM . PROI
'Jo/ oeivod in liayment for Tuition.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of
Administration having beon• granted to
tho undersigned upon tho estate lof John 11.
Rico, lato of Wellsboro, dec'd; alluersons in.
debtod to said dooodents or claiming against the
same, must settle with ESTHER It. RICE,
Jan. 19, 1870-6 w. Ad ibex.
A. B. IPASTMAN,
" " 4 DENTIST ,
t ! •
AB. EASTMAN has the* largest stook of
• teeth - over kept in Tioga county. Also a
NEW zurnovratsit, never bolero offered to tho
public, with which ho can give more perfect sets
of teeth than can possibly be made on any other
plan yet known. [See testimonial at the office.]
Nitrous oxide gas administered with remarka
ble effect; rendering the extraction of teeth pain
less, and oven pleasant.. Two now and comploto
gasometers in operation, furnishing a full sup
ply of fresh gas at all times.
Special attention paid to filling and preserva
tion of th natural teeth.. Prices to suit all.
Feb 2 ' 0 tf
S' . 0 tf
TIrE next Term (14 weeka) 'will' commence
Monday, March 21st, 1870.
$6O pays for . Board, Room, Wood, Oil, Wash
ing, Use of Text Books. Those designing to
teach, receive State aid amounting to $7,00 or
sl4per Term.--Send for Circular.
CHARLE§ 11. VERRILL,
,Fob 2, 1810. tf Principal.
GENUINE NORWAY OATS
For Sale by
P P. ROBERTS. Seed got of Ramsdell,
Fubruary l , 16, 1870-tf
TOTICIL T —Wo pay Cash for ASH, CHERRY
and CHESTNUT LOGS, delivered at our.
Mill. Ash Logs out 13 anti 14 feet. Cherry and
Chestnut, 12, 14 and 18 foot long.
We saw nothing short of 12 foot in longthl
TRUMAN k BOWEN.
and ovary article in it, onnsistingpf
ms oT board
IP TICE,' RE-
N 0,12, MAIN STRENT,
J. A. Parsons & Co.
tk e ,
'—A MI tho most perfect purg,h.
' tiro we /ire ebb) to preclude,
= • ,nod as we think, has ever yet Leon
by any body. Their effects
have abundantly thown to the community - how much
they excel the other medicines in use. They 111%) Pate
Mid pkasent to take, but powcrfal locum Their pen.
etrating properties stimulate the Nitta nctton of the
body, remove the obstrnctions of Ito organs, purify the
blood, nod expel disrn,e. They purge out the foal hu
mors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate slug
gish or disordered Orga IN into their natural actiona r and
Impart tone and strength to the whole system. Not
only do they core, the every day complaints of orery
body, but formidable and clan..
_ _ .
gerOU F 1 CIihNISP., While the produce powerful effects,
they rite at the tame limo, in diminished doses, the
safest turd host physic Matt an be employed for children.
Being tmar•ctated, theytare ple,o.aut to take; and,
lining purely vegetable, are entirely harmless. Cures
have been made that uotild surnott belief, were they
not substantiated by men of such exalted character, as
to , forbid 'the suspicion of untruth— Many aim eat
clergyman and physicians certify to the public the re
liability of our reinediesoubi le others have sent us the .
m snrance 01 their conviction that our preraritt oul
contribute iminersely to the reliof of our MM. ted
The Agent below named is pleased to fncuieh gratis
our American Almanac, containing ditectlons for the
use of these medicines an certificates of their cut o
the fothmin g complaints;
Co'tirencer,liilion Complaints, Bbenneitism, DropsY,
leartbui n Headache arising front foul stomach,
Nauses,lii:ii,sestimi, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and
'ain at ising t !wren out, Flatulency, Lois of A ppotite, all
()themes p Mill require 1111 evacnant medicine. They
nl ta r by put i lying the blond and stimulating the system,
cure many complaints which it would hot be supposed
they could reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness,
Neuralgia and Nervouit Irritability, Derangements of
the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and All other kindred
disorders arising from a low state of the holy, or eti
titttletiOll,oll its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other
preparations on which they make more profit. Demand
AM's and take no others. The sick Went the bent aid
there is for them, and they should have it.
Prepaired by Dr. J. C, & CC., Lowell, Mass.
and sold by all Druggists and dealers in medicines
everywhere. Jim . 1 9,1870—'1w
- DOOR AGENTS WANTED FOR' STRUG
GLERS AND TRIUMPHS OF
P. T. BARNUM.
WRITTEN II MRS/XI , IN ONE LARGE OGTAVO ToLLIME—
Nr,mu,r bUO PAGLei'^i'IIINTLD IN ENOLOII AND CIERMAN--
33 ELEGANT YULL PAGIE ENGRAVINGS:
IT ERIbTARICB FORTY YLAIIS RECOLLECTIoNB of his Busy
tos a Mercbatie,llllinager, Ranker, Lecturer and
zdiowntaii, and gives accounts of his Tuipritonnicut,
his Failure, his Sijecessful European !fours, and im
portant Historical and Personal Reminiscences, re
plete ailh Humor Anecdotes and Entertaining Narra
tive, Nu book published so acceptable to all classes.
Every ono wants it. Agents are selling from 60 to 100
a week. We offer extra terms. 011 Y Illustrated Cats,.
town , and T erms to Agents sent free.
• J. 11.IJUllit it CO., l'ubbelient, Hartford, Conn.
FRESH GROUND PLASTER
AT . TIOGrA,
BY T. L. BALDWIN, & CO.
$7,50 per ton.
Planing & Thatching.
FLOORING, CEILING, WAINSCOT
ING, TONGUED & GROOVED,
with rapidity and mfaotnok3, with our now Ma
chines. Try it and soo. r 33. T. VANIIORN.
Wollsboro, Jan. 1,3870.
T HAVE for solo forty bushels of tho genuine
Ramsdell Norway Oats; being part of 'M t
bushelsoLais.ed from 28 quarts sown on of au
acre. Tfie seed from which the above oats wore
raised, was bought in Now York city, from the
sole agents for tho solo of the genuine Ramsdell
Norway Oats. H. S. ARCHER.
Wellsboro, Feb 2, 1870. Stu
,is .T. BURGIN wouldto the e r ens o
• lkhoro and viein i ity that pre
Pared to supply thdtn wild
BREAD, PIES AND CAKES,
of the best quality. Wo also servo meals to .
thoge, who wish. OYSTERS always on hand,
for halo, and served if desired. Call at the old
Stevons' stand. J. J. BERGIN.
FOUNDRY lc MACHINE SHOP I
PARS & :`,AVERY, PROPRIETORS,
PLOWS, .HORSE . HOSES, OULTIVA•
TORS, FIELD ROLLERS, KET—
TLES, ALL kits, SAP PANS,,
FARMING UTENSILS, ALL
• KINDS, WOOD MACHINES von
SAWI NCI'. WOOD;
CHURN 'PONVE,R ; THE TOMPKINS
`cotn4TY, HCCRSE'_POWEIV; I - MIGAT
AND TEN HORSE, CONSTANTLY
ON HAND, •
, 1 - '
And_alo,..D.icorything A . ..m[loly found_ inst—first
WO call particular
.nttontion to our .51A
CHINE StIOP, which has bacn , ,rc-ltilt with
new, and first-Ones )„,
~I Ac ll I NEIY, L A T`lj
Iron PLANER, DRILL, .bc. We employ none
but first-claiis,workmen, and are ( therefore,-pre
pared to , do ouTwork in the best style, and at
short notice. Wo have • ecently added new
MACHINERY, for Pla ing and Matching
boards, Call and see us. I
, . , , • •J_. . .
• Jatii:s, 1870,-ly. , ,
.-.. S An! & AVERT.
BEE - HIVE EXCHANGE,
BUT AT DISCRETICiNI
Tj Oil sco that half a column of s.pii-co with jattlf
I an inch of reading matter ddn't helP me
atter all. What d'ye do that for?" . asked. less
than a million of my eustomere, when 1" appeared
in blank. And, being tuckered out with trying
-to explain why I did it, I ant forced to do it in
Know yo, Itl good - peoplo, that I nm -doing-
WII 0 LES ALE 8,7; RETAIL
SUGARS, ALL GRADES, SYRUPS, MO
LASSES, PORK, HAMS,
SHOULDERS, MACKEREL; WHITE
FISH, CISCORS, COP, HALT,
Tll 7 T, AND SO rORTII,
And T am ;oiling cheap as I alr.ny's, do, and can
Savo country deal CCN, their exponse , i to filo little
city or Elmira, Or thci big city of 140 w York.—
Tf,A Mr . ;
is ono of my biggo.st, and bes 4 things
rou e;:nni,tl.r,et better
or eheapor, 011111 1 can sell you. N'ou may pa•
tronize rho Great atn rri cnu Tea Company, and
Then I flan ilo yon good. I bora enough to Pot
' lip gfl 4,.'enply a
for the next 25 years, Beshlin no man hat fa big
gor or better lot of ,
30(Mtl. al Z.E.4l)2g*
hen I have, and am polling them at a bargain
CANNED FRUITS, AND VEGETABLES
WOODEN WARE; CONFEC
not mixed as I mix them hero, but in good order
Limy all the
hat I can, and almost everything else but teasels
Sign of tha BULL !c, BFF•IIIVF
W. T. MATIIERS
Wellsboro; Dec. 15, 1864.
HAVE 1 1 0 U SEEN THE
Immense Stock of
' AND OIL CLOTHS„
' 9 4
in the Carpet Storo n!'
Oat. 27, 1809. SMITH ,t WAITE'S,
Corning, N. Y.
clipmum:,s,3tut-Ltuz Co., N. Y.
FRUIT AND ORINA - 111ENTAL TREES,
PLANirS,,BEDDING I PLANTS,
• • 6 ROSES; &0.,
- OEO. VIM A: SON, PROPRIETORS.
M. 11. PRINCE, Agont, Wolleboro, Pn.
OOLONO OR GREEN TEAS,
in the Grocery Line,
BUTTER AND -CHEESE,
IVERYT AND -
Wei labors). Pa,.• Wren and Stables, on Water
greet, la rear of Court llouse..7Thej will tar
nish horses, single or double, with Buggies, or
Carriages, at short notiee."- Loiectispeslesilx• in
the business enables the propiletoze -tarannounee
with confidence they min meet 40,14.491 L ibi0
mends in their line,. Drivers furnished, if &tired
and passengers carried to'iny Pert 'of the country.
Thankful for past favorri they invite eotitinuanea
of custom. Terms reasonable. _ •
Nov. 24, 1889.-ly.
A.YING oompleted his new Cabinet Ware
house on Main street, Webber°, b r za trtcdC
:od it with a large and istiperior assorted' stool of
itainfier Suits, Walnut, link Maple,
ke &v. <to
ap from $l5O down, And - as ohesp
as tho same goods can be kcp't
in the cities, freight added_
Parlor Suite,. Walnut, Cherry, and
• Mahoganyißeps or Hair Cloth,
from: l sl26 - down. Also,
SOFAS:. LOUNGES, COU WES,
• 7 with p r lphojitery to spit.
Center Tables, Walnut or Marble Tope,
Looing Glasses, Brackets, Pa
. per Racks, Rocking Chairs,
all kinds, .
Wholesiiie --and -Retail.
I am manufaoturing as venal, and intend to
koep a full stock of ware, home and city rondo S..
at all times. My . Ware Rooms are spacious and
peat, and now contain the Jargesti costliest and
boat stook of Furniture overfix,ortght into the
flailing and. Mateking,
SCROLL SAWING MOULDING,
- done to order at the Faotory.
Jan, I, 1869-tf.
T. L. BALDWIN & 00'S
and see a nice stock of Goods for the.
FALL & WINTER.
I.#I,ISItIZZ :Ma 14; ZZ 03030
—all styles, colors and patterns—
ALPACAS, POPLINS, CAMBRICKS,
FRENCH JACONETS, ORGANDIES„_
AND COLORED SILKS,
BEAUTIFUL Winter SHAWLS,
and a large assortment to select from
CLOAKS READY-MADE, AND CLOTH
TO MAKE MORE, ALL KINDS OP
LIN INgs, FRINGES, TASSELS
&c„ TO TRIM DRESSES
OR SACQUES. : •
°an% be beat. It keeps up frith everything 'the
Yankees have thought of so far.
JITOOP SKIRT, BALMORAL SR IRTS,
too nutnorous to inlention t, but will say that you
islll sellout find so large on assortment to select
froin in a country store, anti char down to the
We also keep o. la'rge assortment. of
in suits, and pits of suits. Should Ivo fall to
suit you with rend;; L,A,ie, we have Casgimere
TAILOR TO OUT AND FIT
Boots and Shoed,
lATS‘ AND CA PS, - . STRAW GOODS,
AND GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, A COMPLETE LINE OF
CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE,
HARD WARE, SHELF HARD
WARE, NAILS, IRON,
-- ---Locke,LatcheF, Carpenters' Tools.
Fresh. TEAS are lower than at any time since
the war. Did not go to Cuba to buy sugar, and
so have some cheap. We are agents for the.
E. HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
Farmers, if yoi7:t tools to work with drop in.
SALT, LIMEP ASTER, PORK, FLOUR.
Lime, Cayuga Plaster, &o. -
Butter tubs, Pails, Firkins, and Ashton Salt to
flavor with. All kinds of Farm Produce malt
ed. Prices can't be beat.
I'. L; BALDWIN
Tioga, 'Pa., Jan. 1, 1870.
FXECUTORS' NOTICE.—Tho' tindersigned,
Executors of the estate of Elerizer S. See
ty, deceased, lato of Deerfield, request all those
indebted to said estate to make immediate pay
meat, and all those haring claims against it to
present thenifor settlement to
HANNAH SEELEY, Rx'x.
JOHN HOWLAND, Ex's.
Deerfield, Jan-25, 1870.-6t6
CORNING JII:VELRY STORE!
tiSh„ A. D. DUDLEY,
,02 Watchmaker and Jeweler.
WATCHES; JEWELRY, SILVER PLATED
WARI, CLOCKS AND FANCY GOODS.
;lay Engraving done in any style. • •
Vorning, Deo. 15, ISII9. D. DUDLEY,
IY' No. 1.0, Markqt St
TILE Spring Term of liNtest ACADEMY will
col:emcee° on Tuesday, March Ist, 1870.
Tuition - $5, to $7.
,„ Room Rent andW , ,oti i $5,50.
• Board per weelt, t $3,00.
A Teacher's Class will be orgaitied at the
couuneneomont of the 'form for' the! instruction
of those wishing to tench during thlti Summer.—_
For further informatiAip, address
- 'MA, A PTA . 'Jr ADMAN ; I
B: T. VAN HORN,
—gor stock of—
BOTTOM 7, FIGURE
all st . ileq and M7os
A GENERAL STOCK OF
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