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CASTLES IN. THE AIR.
,ichcißkt - -fijardt ifirlit the 0, r, r
`"l2l)ihteittiliti thy ty, '
,e0:- . What 0 .9 411.1 4
”ilgt the 79ung drca:toisea. l.;
I 1 11 ,`, 0v,f1!4.! 7 1r 1 Y,P-ovr , s
. /tom 1a zgbiag end nedoljpi
To the dancing lower,
brown his rosy oheoks" l
stutiiy - 41 r,
, olowpringstt - the imps ,
_ L :
; l ailjtift(itilknalles in .11tVitit::. ; ;
." Be sees muck]. castles ,
Towering to the moon
He noes little Bottlers •
Worlds Witombling up and down,
131eesbagmi' a iiq rp,
• ', - .Ekiel;h i ty,huloarif
tty, glimmertz tho_air. \ • ,
Por,a' sae sage he looks,
W-hat calk the laddie ken ?.
• Like mony mightier men ;
wee: tbintanakes us _
A' ema'lliting makes us stare;
There are Asir fcdk than him
Building castles in. the air.. "t
• 434 1 W nighi l in Winter •
idaY well make - him cauld ;
His ehin,upon his fully band • .
; ;Wiltiomi make him auld r
flibi.hroW's bunt ;sae braid,
0, pray that daddy Care •
Will lei' the wean alarm
Wi' his castles in the air!
•,11 2 11 glowCr at the iiro,",
And he9lkeek at the Ugbt;
But monyeparkling stars
Aie swallowed up by night.
, Anlder a',en than his
• . ,
Are glamoured by,a glare;,
Hearts atabroken, beads de. turned,
Wl' castles in , the air i
IXSOWENNY43O7 % STOOP Nc lB9 ---" I be
lieveiii wOinan would 'd4 a great. deal
tor a dance," said Dr, , Growlin. ;irf ' I
-reetiiber once in tny life; . I used • 'Olll4
iskiiii'onaWho was a - great favor,' e in a
provincial town where I lived, 0 who
eonlided tome thin she 'hid no i‘thok
inKe to, appear in, andWitltput them her
presence at the,ball was out of the ques
tion." ' ,
'aTliat was a hint for you to bti,y the
',!AT4):• y9tt're,out,'. said • Growling.,
" Ofirknfor thata:tvieraslaor LOpher
self, but, though she could not rely on
my purse, she had-every confidence In
my taste and ,tudgmen t., ) , and consulted
me on a plari.she' had'forined of going
to thtz, pallAu ,tha , roper rig., Now
what do''Ybu - tfilitit - sit as t't-'-' '
"Out again, sir ; yd. 'd neverguPas it;
and only a wouran'cOuldliave hit upon
the expedient. It was the ftishion those
dayalerladies'in fUll dress to wear pink
stockings, and she proposed painting
her 4011'1T. - lc, k' I 1
"Iralti tini heclegs 1'" t hekall exclai m
Pact air, ' Sateifie Doctor, ",and
slie relied on me to toll her if
TAnd was it?" asked Durfy.
"Don't be in a hurry, Torn. I com
plied -on one condition; natrielY : that I
should by the painter." .. •
Je :01:4:,?o, old rascal,',' Durfy.
" 4:,eapital.bargain," said Tom.
" But not a sap • covenant," said• the
attorne:y. ' _
"Don't interrupt me gentlemen,"
geld the Doebir. "'I got some 'rose pink,
accordingly, and I defy the hosiers - of
Nottingham to make a tighter fit than
did on .'Jenny ; and a more beautiful
pair of stockings I never saw." ' -
" Atid•she went to the ball?" asked
" She did." • -• " •
"And the trick auc eeded.?" he in
"So completely," said the Doctor,
"Abet several ladies asked her to recom
mend her dyer, to them.. So you see
what a woman will do to get to a dance s
Vow.* little Jenny. She was a merry
minx. By the by, she boxed my ears
that night for joke that I made about
the stockings. Jenny,' said I, 'for
fear 'your stockings should fall down
while you are dancing, hadn't you bet
'ter .let me paint a pair of tatters on
'(For the Agitator.)
, A recent liotir around the "triangle of
Tloga county, of whit We'labor°, Ti
oga, and Mansfield o eupy the three
corners, has forced upopoly mind the
unwelcome fa&, that,in ., athe important
matter of care of live toektthe farm
ers 'of our region are,* quarter of a
century behind the times. The- almost
entire absence - of shelter of any kind,
for cattle, is a marked, and most un
pleasant feature. Honorable excep-,
tions, there are few ; but they may be
told upon :the Angel* of ,two hands,
certainly. The general rhle is, a bare,
bleak yard, or- stack, in open field,
where - the poor beasts droop shivering, ,
or cro tch beside the barn, (and not
seldom, on the north side of that, even,:
are they yarded,) or, the open . -fence,
for the 'trifle of 'shelter these' afford.—
they love - to Crave this :warmth
and shelter, is shown by their always,
seeking the sunniest and Moat protec-:
ted spot, aecessibin to 'them. Some
sheds also; I noiiind, Wide open to the .
" froen North,"
,where .storms had,
their 'fall emir:le t :and snoW.:drifts lay !
piled up. What possible gooduse these;
are, it is hard to guess. Such . farMers
are =Blind to their owh interests', as Well
as to tire sufferings of the . poor brutes,
dependent on them; for it la now well:
ascertained, that the animal . heat, !
which is the life, is - sustained with
much less food, which is the filetof the :
system where the creature is 'sheltered'
Irom the Geld and vet. • ,
do not, ,advedate stabling tattle;'
usually I think they do better when
'allowed to move about at pleasure;' but
eorafeitable; warm abeds, open to the ,
sunny South, and dry, clean yards,:
they have a--right to ; and- he it, a poor
farmer, to say thq least, who provides'
his cattle tuiprotdotion from the pierc
ing winds, and storms. of snow and: .
- sleet, which ourmildest winters bring. ,
Of. eolirse, - these are "no book-farni
who thus misuse. their stook. I !'rec
ommend' them at oncot6 to,; beconle-. 1 Btu.'
dents of the " Practical- Farm of the
Diddle States" 7 —the N.. Y. - "'A-gricul
toolst,ll. or 'Bonie::iitlier reliable jour-,
tint, which will soon bring them to a
knowledge of what is right ;and beit
for themselves, as well as their male"—
This will Mee imProde the reputation'
Of farming community whilst it will!
add to the satisfaction the observant:
' - TTAVELLER.
"Please accept a loci;
.of my said an oliibaAelor to, a N'v d w, hands
ing her a large curl. "Sir, your had
better give One the Whole wig." " Mad
' ani,'Sred are very biting, indeed, - eon.
Aideitug that your teeth are percelain.7
da" Boy, What le year father +Aug 'to..
Well, i s'poso h e's heard
"him tell mother yesterday to go round
to the shops and get trusted - all she
could, and do it, right off too, Or he'd
got everything ready' to fall'ceptint
CY. . •
his st.c;de to the Nail Btoie l in
AIX ai 0111W4 BlijoicAlmotfiid-.:doo?
emit of Sesta! 6 ,„
Lo 6 rof.'lioi,.(loods
..• , ,
not reaaivail,;:porprii4B every thing ninally
nitY::;!.:_,000 - 0S.i.::::.81 ; r.,01?,,1
Bo We over the *n34.
• The people_saY,—
Kelley.lias gone wit h hie goods;
QonstAting of everything,
Dry GoOda, Grocer/es, Croelte*,
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
that is usually foriad, irk a tint-class • country
Thanking my patrons for their very liberal
patronage heretofore, I propose to attend strktly
to business in future and sell all the goods 1 pos.
stbly can.. 8o cell in, and sop
Jan. 6, 1.70. e KELLEY
Spring is tong a-Coming
A_ Xlf)..aome ilea& begin to lose faith inthe
prOmisesof needtime and hottest. in view
Bullard & Coiy
have . concluded tn.:blur:6. up. the season by stock
ing their sholvealind.tiounterf With a wisely se
lected and supOrter
SUMMER pREss GOODS,
Silks, Linens, Hosiery, Gloves, Em
broideries, Poplins, Lawns, Percales,
Dornesties Sheetings, Shirtinge; Sum
• mer Clothing,.Ladies Shoes, Ste. ' •
Wo shell sell as Iriw as anybody, and aiyo von
Jan. 1, 1870
CORNING. N. Y.
Here We Ave Again
THANKFUL for the favors we have thus far
received from the people of TILE TIOGA
VALLEY, we wish to call their attention to the
fact that we are Jut receiving a
New Stock of Goods
adapted to the early Fall Trade, comprising ev
erything desirable, both in style and atialit and
shall be pleased to see our old customers and •
who may come from that vicinity to CORNING
to buy ;
BOOTS AND SHOES,
as we always give customers fqrit distance
d• LARGE DISCOUNT •ON ,RRIQES,
. . -
we thus make it for' their interest lo:come to us
to make the Ir pirelmees, as many poop's in that
region will testify. We do not believe .in long,
advert!sements, displaying long lists of prices,
44'0 I but will convince an who come that we can,
and do sell •
Call and takenlook through our !mumps 'took
and satisfy yourselves,• •
imWlttaf * OWEN!
and an endlisa variety of
oomprioing a,varlo!,y of
together with a fine lot of
BIJLLARD & 00.
that thieStoreie, in reality
for thisisiopon of country.
A ND HARDWARE - !
Hkringforused a p artnership In the Tin, Stove
and Hardware trade, the undersigned - have the
pianism to announce that they have, at a great
outlay, added,to, the usual stock of te old stand
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of . whloh wo enumerate the follewlpg asttetep 2
NAILS, SPIKES; CROWBARS, X CUT
MILL, HAND-AND BUCK SAWS,
1 BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
'AUGERS, ' •
BITT-BTOOKB, i fIATOHETS, CHISELS,
• 'SHOVELS,' SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
SPRINGS, Roil= Wogs, Hob?, B#R,
BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE ,
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFS 1S
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
POWDER IND'f , '
I - TF i n T T tM
I now thing, and made for use. These are bitt - a
fow of the many artioles composing our stook
ofliarsdwarol ". 1 "1 - • ;
IWe invite the publieto oall and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the beet _quality of
good. in marline; and all work to order done
promptly and well.' • • .
AGENTS FOR THE
Buckeye Mower. A-Reaper.
aSX DOORS. BLII4DS
AT FACTORY PRIORS,
Always on band or furnished to ordor,
ROB PP,T.S , A rr, P
W. ROBERTS., _
R. Q• BAILEY.
Ingham's Woolen hills !
PPM inbaciibera will pay Caah, Full-Math,
J. Caasimeroa, Marines, &0., so. , for Wool.--
They also manufacture as usual—
To ORDER, i!lt ON SUMS
to suit etzstoznera. All work warranted. as rop
relented. They invite particular attention to
their- Water Proof
which are warranted In every respect. Partin
ler attention given to
MG . HAM'S largo stook of Cassimeres, &0., 25
per Gent less than any competitors, and warra4
ed ii represented.
INGHAMS . manufacture to order, and do all
kinds of ROI-Carding and Cloth Droning, and
INGKABIS ,have as-good an aosortment of
Full Cloths, Classtineres, &chi
an 4; give more for Wool In exchange than any
other eatabliahment. Try them and satisfy your •.
INWIAbIS wholesale and retail at the Cow
A"miles below Knexville.
Oar 010th3 ate warranted; 'and sold by tho'
DELANO :t CO.. Wellsboro, Pa.
T. L. BALTVIN CO., Tioga, Pa.
J. OENN TT, Covington; Pa.
100,000 Pounds of Woo
JOSEPH INGHAM & 110N0.
Doodah!, Jan, 1, 11V0.41,
' / `1
TT & 4w ~g_.
ROBERTS & • BAILEY,
1 I d '1
esa e an eta'
^l. l E
4 , A
By, W. =C. KBES*.
FHB ealWoriber will koop on naafi at all times
a fall stook of
.i .X#re,tos,,,,,Perfuniery; Kerosene,
Lamps; birti 'Colors, White Wash
lime'atift BruShes Varnish and
Sash Brushes, Window Glass
all axes, Varnish of au
-kinds, .flincy Soaps, -
Hair and Tooth Brushes, a full stock of .
`Notions'; 414 d 'comidete as•
111 . 9ameopatbale Medicines,
and a full stook of
Pure iiirimeti 04 Liquors.
Isuyors aro requested to call and examine pr
?es before purehiudug elsewhere.
Jan. 1, 1870.
'Pi YOll WANT 'A
Coat, or Suit of Clothes,
,COl/ "AO gee Olpf 8000.9f, , ,r
and leave yoUr meTre, and you can be supplied l
on eh rt notice, at
1, ' , i
&urge Stock of
FOREION..4 'DOMESTIC' GOODS,!
Suitable for tho Fall and Whiter trade, at
SMITH & WAITE'S,
Oct. fl, 1864. Oorniug , N. Y:
New Stock! New Goods
SEARS & DERBY
Tr&V/Ceakert ,the new store one door above
.U, - Wrigbt fr,,Balley, where they are on hand
with a new stook of •
BOOTS; BALMORALS, GATERS,
BOOTEES, BROGANS AND '
warranted to fit any foot from' to 18
()husk.. The stook has beenselected by one
who hoe tho advantage of
THIRTY YEARS'. EXPERIENCE
in the butane's'', and la the beat and fullest in the
ceuntry, Our stook of ,
FRENCH CALF,. FRENCH I ER, UP
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,
LININGS, BINDING, MO
: 110000 &O
will be kept up as heretofore.
On Findings we shall bri- found , at home al•
ways, and shall endeavor LC , soll at prices
eatisfactorytko the trade. We won't be under
FOR 'HIDES, SKINS, FURS & PELTS
Also the.top of the Market for
But our best hold will bb on
CUSTOM WORK !
morel comfort In a well made custom boot,
That fits the.corns witbont too mut& compressing
For everybod knows, a shabby- foot „ .: •
Cannot be co mpromised by overdreeslng.
And 1/131), may 'rest clean, knew with a suit ;
f finest cloth, hnt.there 14 .no,flnessing ; •
'ill make a man ivith shabbily dressed feei,
ook like alenticuum upon the 'treat. • ..
• Mown : 'Bay , year boots 'of . ' •
, ' SEARS'
,& DE RBY ,
Or any other man. [Printer's bevil.]
Wollsboro, Jan.l 1869-if.
lAM AfietNtfor Kinney Co., celebrated
platform, spring Wegoni, . styles, ; also
for their light' CarrCarriagesas and Biggy ,Weigops;
all made in good style,and- *m O Jersey timber,
and warranted in every reepect, equal to RAY
Made. Can furnieh, any,ot •the above at the
lowest Manufacturer's Price's.'l4. O. BENNET. '
Welleboro, . „
. - Ifous
e - and Zot•fgr.
11101 - 011 Edi and :Lot, !and' vacant lot for sale
• .1.1. cheap. , LocationWelleboro, and desirable.
Inquite at the Agitateibffiee. •
Jan. 1,,. /870-4 f- .„ - ? ; . • 7 '
TO THE FALICRICIERS
TIOGEA. CIOUNTIr. ,
AM now building at yl7 manulluitory,in L awrence.
I*Mo.& eitptifor l
which patinae e the follottiogidiantegesoverallother
I.lt *emirates rye, oa te,rat litter.andfouleeede,and
cheseand 'cockle, from wheat. • .
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yelic4 seed, and all
tither seeds, perfectly.
8, It cleans timothy seed. •
4.,1t den all other separatingrequlred of a
This mill built,ofthe beet and most durable Om
bar, ingood style. and fir old cheap for cash, or rota
twill fit al patent Mere, for eeparaiing.'oate from
wbeat,to otbermille,onreaeonableterme. . •
LaWreutevllle,Jan.l,EB7o—t f E( *A 7 / 1 /91i.
ripo.lllE man who wants a good graslng farm
, l within two miles of Arnot; in Blose tw'P.,
roan offer a bargain. My farm contains 100 acres,
50 improved, with a plank house, frame barn
80x40, and other outbuildings thereon. For
'terms and particulars apply on the premises, or
addreis at Cherry Platte, E, HENRY.,
Nov4n 18094 w. •
W. O. KRESS.
SMITH a WAITE'S,
Corntug, N. Y.
. ; j
11-I:IOXVIIALTTIOGA.I.:OOtIIin r ,,t.nPENW , P
0.0, Was i • s t ;.;,]
Mn.s ASA' Wainarou, irecaptiesii. "
alias MAYA iloaros, Assistant. • • •
.P 1 411 141 ,44,4 14 1 1 P4,74.eacherpt
Senn ifontinber„3o,. Bpdriegerth hirvltti
Icon to. continua 12 nneks.. ,•• • 7 i •
44xPEN8ES 1411 t: J
Tqittotinoltiitig rent and Nripl; rat
..-/lima TO 1 004
, , ~ .. o'• , 11,00k
InstiluntyntalAtAsia,(l'ltia9,o4lAior:Melo - detiti); 2 io,oo.
vocal Mufflo ' • •
Use orlinitrarnenti 'P " 2, ,00 00.
Ihnistitil and '
Board per week. 300 .
Jana pno-tr. .
••, . .
Homo autilarti Polders,
' . - ' 4 ' z '''''' - -
~ ' 1 Thlli t iriepitiatOit,l6itittild tii+oiibly
," ' s .-' A Itnorn, vitt . thoroughly yriretigo,rSto
,:tr, ,-; •,' k " bbOtert_dOWP,lndlOW 4 P/ 1 1 14 b 9rgrell . 1
by itreagthenJattiok oleax,yllngctlip
A , 1 1 ~fstouxsotoxii intoliMesi- fah 4 , 44 . 0
- .....- .. - ~ zit, is a sciroproventive o
-- r - *-;- ' ent t.o this animal; Mach of LUNG
b' E. V PII.Sit 84pEGG A . YEI,LOS7
WATER -HP...i:VE s7sCOuktrikl, DI4- . /4 PI,
TEMPEdillit-EREI SOUIT.VER i , ',• 5' ' _
dAPPETITA .4 1 9: 1 ' TAAL - ' • 4. / ..- .-. ::..-'
%it 4 : ,- ,14: 0 4 20 - I Divioi* ‘.
..F41 0 04 1 41 4 4. 1 tt 'tit - .
mr 4 r .
1 44:It—. I ,!•P•KMIO4I4AP4OP.4 I .IiPr.ie7.:==-- -
.. 7 ; „- . :.
. :' ::*1 1 W, - :.(. latietiV• do tii,inifant
„ , -• '/' .:'l.to, 'fits Inyaitutble. It to a sumo. Pp
--illKokivopf vantwb - sgainst ItlndeiVest, Hollow
.. • ~ Horn t etc.. lt,has...beta_ proven" bY
. 4 2:1....; Actual pe,r,i,ottnt to Increase tho
W : 1 - -i fiVil i t e iT.,9l"4 l6 :eotm - trentr
~. _ ._..... ii kuidco die butter firm
" ~- ~'"dittoitt.Ati fattening cattloilt
illits ttigninit'a - t o,!lootens;t!tetr hide, and toalorl
month:o* mat e fast er : " r , - •• -- 1 - . - F".•
In Ordileitreli)if 43r0Ae t sTO Ocraght,l7l , --•
04..A_LitertOilthil I ° w •'S acti
'fts+ s - -Br•vattiag from oar • ;e1:
half 43)40 *0 s is a barrel of
°similar imltlieltlwrated. , if 'Wen' Si A
f,41i . 49$ Chig" - ~• -.4 •;"..
J.t" , .
Vitra i b • .
the Vidlid. WO,
Grocery and Provision Store,
COINING , N..•Y.
~. t. .
WHOLijAPX - ANp ? rii*,TAlL DEALER
r, fi - ' ,r
01 . 0 N &
CANNED - .F:itUITS' AND
GET-A #ZL E "
WOOD &: WILLOW. WARE, GLASS &
firMlXT.kzymP !;.?!._ Pm; Titil 9-0-A3P-Sk
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &0., &c.
A full and . complete assortment of ,oho, above
mentioned go ods of the beat quality alwaye on
Partialler attention paid to Fine Groceries,
Dealers and Consumers will find it to their in:
terest to examine histStook before buying.
Corning; N. - Y.,r s 1, 1870. •
For a,few months past we itsTo advertised the
above Watches at extremity taw prices, and the
result has,been moat satisfactory, Our plan has
been to sell the genuine WALTfIA36I WATOII,'
in Solid Gold or Silver Cases only, and at si
very small profit; giving the purchaser every
opportunity of examination and compariion,and
with the understanding that,if, the Watob does
not preys sitisfeetoiy, it s can be exchanged or
money refunded. , • . . .
These Watche aro, without exception, the
most perfect spec mans of fine mechanism ever
produced in any ountry. Each and every part
is made by mach nery of the most delicate and
elaborate construction. -
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 en Indication of the prices,
we submit the following
Silver Hunting Watch. ....... $lB,OO.
GOLD l " Wer4ams, 18 karat ease, 80,00.
to 4 ' ladies' site, 70,00
We often receive orders direct from bur 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 cases, and gives prices of each. This
wo will forward to one on' application, and
it will be found very useful in making a seleAlon.
Every Waldo epeeint - certifiVa - te
froth the American Watch Co. •
We fiend thei by express to any address.--
Allow tho purchaser to open the package and
examine the Watoh before paying, and if after
warde,it doge. not prove satmfootory, it can be
exehanged or.the money will be cherfully refun
ded.fleas° Mato that you saw this in the Tioga
CouniyAerravon. Addresaiin fait,
. •• • HOWARD A CO.,
to. 819 Broadway, N. T.
Oar 'oitablAshinent is well knthen to. the reel•
dente ,of brewirot)c and vicinity, but that those
at a distance mar eddies' alwith,eonlidenee, we
itiviteattentioa to the follotiing editorielnotlees:
-• • pronithe N. YG Evangelist, May 28, 18W:
.We had OccisiOn some time since to refer to these
celebrated American Watches Which aro, well knOwn as
reliable time-keepers, We cannot do better now than
to call the attention or our readers to the card of How
ard Co:. by which it will be seen thatporsone from
a distance can order any grade of thee. Watches 'oyez,-
pressi at greatly reduced , • „
Prom the N. Y. independent, Jane 10,1808. -
' We invite special attention to the advestisement of
Messrs. Howard & Co., who offer the celebrated Walt.
ham Watches not only, at the lowest prices, but will
fiend them to any part rof the Country by expres s and
give the purchiser the privilege to examine the Watch
before paying for it.:Nie • have known Howard &Cid.
personally for years, end'cheerfully commend them to
the confidence of olr friends throughout the country.'
- •Ohnirmaker l Turner .- and
SADB liOtal and FACTORY opposite Dartt'a
Wagon Shop Main Street, whore - he Is pre
pared to (tarnish Cabinet Ware of any kind to
those in want. •
Orderapromptlyillied and itiktiefOtion guarani.
teed. Fancy Turning done to order;
Wellaboro, Jan. 1,1870. J. STU/JUIN.
Valuable Farm for. Sale.
. . ,
Afarm of th)r 'hundre d acres, with two bun- .
drod and tw nty.Ave acres improved.: Sit ,
tutted two Einem n rth of Tioga Village, on the
Tloga, River and allrood. Well watttered, nn:
der a good etat °Cm:titivation and
ings. `Alio roar house's iku d 164 foieate in Tina
village: T. la . BALDWIN.
Tioga, Jan. 1, 11110—tf.
di: nIROULAR SAW MILL, 351Iorse-powcr
Engine, Shingle Mill, and appurtenpnces.
own as the Foster Mill,Aliddlobury. Inquire
of J.B. Potter, Or of S. S. Rockwell, Wellaboio,
• Elk Run Plaster.
rpHIS PLASTER having been thoroughly
I tested by the &rulers, and pronounced by
all, to be a superior article, we take pleasure
in saying that we can pipply the Lamm ae
we have any qttantity on, baud, . Price per ton,
6 dollars. • ,I. OHAMPNEY.
tor id. Did.
and Stiritttopeys Arca/hold
' and South ,Autfulat. •-•
: ~~tlL~~Ab~='=~~D~Q~ S~'~.R~.
'' ~.,.• ' t~.
TARUG AND' , AIZAIOINFS VAINTS
Altp: OILS, •( '• -! •
. ,• „IREDtiVS,
' •'• •ER
.-TRACTS; - • •
P AtENT MEI)IOINES, -
ESTER PERECISIERY .
AND FLAVO:RINGLEkTRACTqi, WALL
WHITEWASH ,LIME 8c
AGENTS FOR "MARVIN ,at - 00'S RE
Bold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested
to calland get quotations before going further
W. D. TERBELL 'O.
Corning, N.Y., Jan.-1,1870-1y
Mil INSURANO COMPANY
ViITED STATES •OF .AMERIOA,
1. insaigoTopr i 71,
°hartbred by Sp Aot ofoongreA
ApPROVID - J171,,1t 25, 1868.
Cash Capital. $l,OOOOOO,
•,. ' BRANCH MICR
First; Natibnal Bank linilding;
Whero all Correspondence obould be Addreind.
CLARENCE H.CLAMS ' President.
.de: Coosa, Chairman Finance A Executive Cora.
HENRY D. Oooms, Vice-President.
EMERSON W. Parr, Seoretaryand Actuary.
'B. S. IttiasELL, Manager. r
' s ou Val" particulars girr
einoli application to the Branch Office of the
Company, or to.
R. C. EAMON, Wantsaono ,
by whom applioations will be received and Poll.'
ales procured (Or Tioga County.
Jan. 1,1870.1 y.
AT THE NILES VALLEY STEAM.
10,000 Duo. Corn,
10,000 " Oats, and any amount of
good wheat. - J. B. DIMON & Co.
Niles Ynlley, Jan . 1, 1870-tf.
I.IIAVA bought. tho Light to use the Pate l
HIRAI° - Rucofing in Tioga County; and a lb
n o w, prtlparad tp ;put on roofs ohoap,and in good
workmanlike man nor. This roofing is fire and
water proof. I *lifer, to, Messrs Wright ll4tiJ
ley, Toles Barker, and O. whgre
samples can be seen and roofs in use.,
Wellaboro, Jan .1, 1810—tf.
P D. lIOLLIDAY, Proprietor. , A large and
• coramodions House, located in the imme
diate vicinity of all the County buildings, with
large and commodious barns attached.
jarlames Hazlett aols as hostler, and will
always be tonnd on hand, attentive to business.
500 TONS of the finest ground ,loay uga
Planter, in Tioga County, to be had at
the Mansfield Planter MM. No charge for de
livering at the Mansfield Depot.
Jan, 10, 1870-3 th. 0. D. OWENS.
CIIOI - 013-POITLTRY.-1 . I have a few more
fowls of iliti --- BraMah and Black Spanisb
bilea reeds for sale. Pure bied-and_wy fine. l am
reCeiving orders for eggs for setting, to be
filled In rotation as reeisived as early next-Spring
is the weather will penit. No orders noticed
unless accompanied br the cash. Price $1 per
Loren. M. B. PRINCE.
Wellsboro, Pa., Dee. 20, 1869.
TERMS FOR , MO.
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$lO 00; 'or any two for $7 00.
An extra Copy of either the Magazine,
Weekly, or Vassar, will be supplied gratis for
every Glob; of- Five Subscribers at $4 00 each, in
one remittance ; or, Six Copies for $2O 00, with
out extra cop y,
HABREICD MAGAZINE contains ncarly Double
the Amount of Matter furnished in the Galaxy,
The Atlantic, 'Putnam, or Lippincot. 'lt exceeds
'in about the same ratio any English Magazine
of the same general clam
A New Story. splendidly Illustrated, by Wilkie
Collins (Author of "The Woman in White," "No
Name." "Artnidate," and "The ) Moonstone"),
will be commenced in Harper's Weekly in' No
Persons ilesiting to renew their Subscriptions
to Harper's Periodicals will much` , Olige the
Publishers by sending In their Names as early se
convenient before the Expiration of their present
Subscriptions. This will obviate ;the delay at
tendant upon re-entering names and mailing
bat* Numbers. '
New Subscribers will be supplied with either
of the above Periodicals from the pro►ent time to
the end of the pear 1870 for Four Dollars.
Address HARPER k BROTHERS, New York.
New Itork , Oot. 15, 186 1 3. • ,
CASH Paid FOR:HIDES,
• by M. A. DIIRIF.
STII WATKINS respectfully informs the
public that he has established a
Livery for liiire,
at the barn on the premises lately owned by K.
0. Simpson, Beg', located on Pearl and Crafter'
Streets, Wel'shore. Be aims to keep good bur
ies and wagons, and intends to please. , Prisms
Doable and slue* teams furnished. ,
l Cc, t
Oarkfi eater,UONDAT I Nov, 2E413.184, Tratne
wl Cottles; at the following henti,vlit
'" '* ' florstriVll . l. - : • •
iXPOSS 'Simla:Ts excepted. for
• .Butfalo, Dunkirk and Cleveland. conne•Ctlng• with'
trisinis for, thp Wait. A sleeping Coach is attached to'
" this trotrirunning through to Dtiffelos - • t
'1%,42 a.• 14101 IT• E`XP'EIiSB daily 'rot- Tivoli. )
- ester Chivelend - and Oinoin••
ttal, waking dtreet corral:motion with .tralna of the'
' Orand Trunk und ' , Lake , Shore Railways al Entrain.
Dunkirk and Cleveland' for all pointsWesti and at
Cincinnati! with the Ohio and Mississippi and Lento ,
vale Sheet the Railways for the' South and Son tts•
0;20 Sti p dais exeeptod i for'
isUUaloand Drinklrk: • - ' , •
1%060. ixt.,WAY, Stindaysexceited: •
aAIMBIOItE 11011.63$,Suidaysexceept ,
ed. for itechadterai3d'lluffalo,rela Avon.
„ . )
. • , • .
4 00 lb uf:s iISI:IODANT,TiIp•i. daily, for the West;
la. ? , DAY SiCYItESS, Sundays, irxesited, - .for
Itoohielor, Lit Told, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati.
duct ti!' South `St i oils•ist drinciped stations and bon•
waste points•on mate Hoc' . • • •
flew Boil iruPioreti Orsiwing ttoom Coaches aecotoparoy
this Sru (cont.:l4w, York to .1111ffelo, and Sleopipg
• Coati:see attached atllloruellsville,•runrsing tis roresii
to.Oleveland and 0411un without change.
, ()mica EAST
445 a. in.; CINOI,NNATI EXPRESS, 31oridays ex
cepted, connecting at Eililira ifOT' Williamsport,
• • Harrisb urg and the South; also Eirnira for Oman
dalgua; at Waverly with train of kLolligli Valley Rat"
way ; at Owego for Ithaca; at Dinglintatonjor, Coo.
porlddwn and : A.llmi* ; and at New York with steam
, 'ore and afternoon. Express trains for New England
cities. ' /61'''Sfeeplug coaches ,neeompany this train
• to' New York •
11;45 to:, DAY EXPRESS; S u days -excepted,
•conueutiug, , ar Jolley ~City) with midnight *avast
train of Now Jersey Railroad tor Philadelplija. Also
stops It principia statsons and connecting poi die on
main line. " ,
New and'improved Drawing ltooru Coaches accompany
this train to New York.
1,10 • WAX RILEKIIIT, Siindays excepted.
12,20 M., ELMIRA MAIL, Sundays or:rcpt.:id.
4,45 t p. m.-.NEW YORK AN D
i. BALTIMORE MAIL,
pted, connect g at• for the
7,80 LIOIITNIN G " MESA, Dally,sonuoct
lug at Jarmo , City with tour lug Express train
New Jersey Railroad fur Matt tours and Washington;
and at Now York with' tuorning Exiauss train fur
itostou and New England Cities. Aler stops at all prin
cipal stations and'cou beating pi:U(4ton Lana. line. ,
Sleeping Conches accompany tals.trat, through to New
' BAGGAGE Clitd.KLID TLIROUGII.
AKir /tree/sod and complote"Yock ot Vino Table" of
Paosongin .Tratue o Liao/Ale Railway and connecting
Lines, boa remently boon pabllebed;autl can be precut.
od on appllOation so,tho T/okot Agent ache Cowpony
W It. It Alt, L. I). ItUCKEIt,:
004'1 kese. Agent - , , Get/t1 Sup' t
glionbtirg & Corning, & Tioga It., II
'l'salasittllrtui aatollo WI tintlitrtlter °divas -
Aoconimodation-I;savek IllosibUrg at. 1,20 6. gcLattlue
Add at 8,4".) „Tloga at 9,20. Lawtencev Ilk
. ot!lo oE—
arrforlag at" Ototutuipit 11,10'449. •-" .
Mitt-•Leaveattlassbarg at 1,30 p.af.,3lautilead at 2,14,
Tlciga at 2,43, , bawrotiattlilo-at , .3, 10 : 44 . 121 vitm at
Ganda it,at 4:20 pqa. , . : . , • •
Aatt::,teatioaaorigtill at : B,oo' ii.iri.,, Lawiensiv Slit- at
;08Nioga at 9,46, Itan etibitra t` 10,2:4 atilt' g" lit
,Bloss-burt at 11,00 a.ta . ,
lacommodatton—Leaves Clirniag at 240, 5
p . ta., La*
reacaville.at 3,66 ) 2t0ga at 4.46, Mai:439ld at ,80::
artlytug at Blosebttrolt 8,16 . in.
• - ---' ",-.- ."- -' i.; •. L. .SILKTTIIOI,IIup't 1
. , .
ro4,Tgi i;6104. ,
'Prising forOarisindeigi:da leaver:tiara as fOIIoW
AUcothodation at • "' '4 • • • TOSP zo
Expcsiss[fastess traiu on road] ars
16 00 p ra
Way Breight,Epaiiiinger attaiihedj .... : . _
On dad after Nor; 15, 1869, train's wll l arrive and
doss; ftom 'Proy, as follow.; • ,
LEAVE PI„.O.4T,RWA.RD. , •
1065 a. sae—Daily (essept Bur:days) for EtrairailluillS*.
I q;thstiandalgua, lioebester, Saari Alridgo and tile
959 is. re (except Sundays) for. hafra, also
Butra . lo,sia Brie Railway front Elmira
723 A.: m.—bally(exeept Sundays) for Baltimorii,
955 P. nso—liailp(isseept Sundays) for /Ultimo"
,WaShirtsiort aud Philadelphia.
ALTRIIEi ED .2 . YOUNG . •
' Sup t .11arrishu rg, Go WI Pass. Ale s
• Philadelphia & R.
°llona sifter gait. 0, 1880 Trains on this Road veil
atattrratn t ebti.a..4,Lt......- .... , . ....., ..... .9.20 pin
" "• • " ' Williambport.. ........... -...; : Tx() asa
" " arr. .at Erie 9.80 p m
EileExpreasloasoelthiladelpbla 11.60 min
Ss. " -so Williamsport 9.00 p m
L,' .-r err. at Aixfo 10.00 a m
Elmira Matileav6,B Philadelphia . 8.00 a in
-Williamsport. ' 0.00 pto
S.!, so arr.at Lpck /Jaren 7.46 p m
II4.IST.WARD. • •
" arr. at Philadelphia
Eri, E . /press loaves Erie •
" • • 44 Williamsport
" arr.at Philadelphia
ra Mail, leaves Look Maven
" 'Williamsport, 9:16 ato
,"' arr. at Philadelphia 1....- 7.16 p m
Haifalo Iliprons, loaves Williamsport - 12.20 a m
" arr. at Philadelphia 1 0.26 a m
ii 01 . Harrisburg ' 6.20 a in.
Hall and Express connect with Oil Creek and Alio.
gheny River Rail Read. Baggage Chocked Th relish.
' ALFRED L. TYLER; Clen'l Sup't.•
Atlantic and Ciro
WETTWAUD BOUND. • • . BiBl7dED BOUND ,
Mail 5.80 Express 5.10
Accommodation ' ' 8,35 Marl' - 5.51:
littpreee 12.19 A4commodution, 11.45
Express 11.00 Fannie 0.19
At Cory there is a junction with the Philndelphia ' lt
rrie and CH Crock RXII Roads.
~ AeMeadville with the Franklin and Oil City and
At Leavitteburgo tbe Maboniny Branch makes a di
rect route to Cleveland. At Raveling connects with
Oleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad.
The Road passes through Akron, Ashland, Callon,
Marlon, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting varionsrail•
roads,and terminates at Cincinnati.
L. D. RUCKER, Oen .43upt.,Meaciellie,Pis
Read Read :
Mason It ,Hamlin Oabine
SORTABLEf f ORGANS
Together with the ESTRV - cozTAG ORGAN
and MELODEONS, can bo advent %%sly pur
ehised of '
W. 11.0 4 . 1 . E g
HAVING obtained the agency from the man
ufacturers of the above named instruments
we have the facilities for furnishing them atpri
oes to compare favorably with those of dealers
in, either the same or oiler reed instruments.
Their reputation is such that scarcely anything
need be said regarding their being desirable,
having been awarded premiums and medals at
the principal Fairs and Institutes, both in this
and foreign countries. Many fine modern im
provements, which aro so desirablein all good
reed instruments, are, owned and retained for
their excivalve use by the manufacturers of
these instrements: Hence it is, while they claim
iltrofigth 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, CHURCH
ES, SOCIETIES, -
and other organizations, wishing to obtain a
read instrument, oan bo suited as regards she
styles, prices, &c., &c.
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED
075- Bond for a cironlar. .4:cf
Tloga; Jan. 1, '7O. e T: A. wmc HAM
\ t .
Dr. H. R. Phillips,
rE undersignedrespectfully nano • noes to the
ttlione of Westfield and surronn.ing; oonn•
try that he is perinanontly located at this place.
Ho is fully prepared to do all kinds of
in the highest style of the art. Srtisfaetion
guarranteed. Office over Scovill's Drug Store.
Fine Photographs can be had ovor the Drug.
Store. II; R. PHILLIPS.
Wastfield;Pe., .Tone 30, 1869—1 y.
A •DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlOE.—=Letters of
Administration having been granted to the
undersigned upon the Estate of• Wm. A. Wood,
late: of New Jerso, deceased, all persons owing
said estate, or claiming against the same, will
settle with OriAS. STAITBURROUGII,
Brookfield, Feb.B, '70.4w. Admr
:... 8.18 a m
..:. 9.2.5 p TO
etio a m
„., 8.20 p h p
.... 8 80 a in
.... 12.0 p
.... 0.80 n. m
at Western R W
Atlaritie and Great Western
,I f filirdltß4T BROAD, 0,114.0 r ROUT)?
Iron 1 • •
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO. QMOAGO,
MZ.LIVAUHgE, ST. , PAUL, -
- OMAHAi "
And to Of lio!oti,inthe nnd DionlnAtiatt
11Nyfeaky„ cinelputtati, Louis.
VILI;E, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS
( • CITY, AIEAIkIIIS, I NEW
3 3 y. —•ORLEANB, -
And all points in tte South & Southwest,
No Change of . cpaebes
TO OLEVELAND.OR CINCINNATI,
Prom any, pelt:re t ort 'Op Brie Railway.. •An ad.
vantage and cot:iyenteinee 'not offired by aq
3 Tnnouou EXPRESE
Baggage, Clam;hcil Through ) end cacao,
from one car to another, provotating lost. or dam
Tioltetc thir,.populer routoean be procured
at ull. offices on the lino Of thn .riellailway, and
• 43EE.F15.4.41380TT, _
When Purahasingaak the Akent for Ttoket.
-via the ATLANTIC & GIVEVI:'NVBI3TER.I , I
, - ", .•• W:B.ZIFATTUO,
Gen. Ticketnnid Panel Clevetend. 0
:L. - D. RUGKEIt,
(ion. Supt., Moadvllle, Pa
insurance Agency. t
Cash Capital over $20,000,0041
• RIR 131"-6,41138 .00'8--ti BBJ T T ftk.
RATES AS LOW as any, good Oompanhl
will takti. Policies ou dwellings and fine
property-written at this dffianiand 'dolivared
ppymeat of premium. . •' - • •
1. Are You-bilinired
It costa but little, particularly, to' 'allure deeli:
lugs, far& property, and contents. Detached
dwellings and fartn - pioperty4tiaured for 3 year;
foronev per) consult' sad expente of policy, at,
,kbouso,„deta_obe.d.-100 or , , ttiore•. insured for
$lOOO for 3 years, at aitexpenre,ot.sll,so. 014
14,86 a ye ar! Sasaki tax--good kitittg imams
Furnittire4toileions,..ttedding dia., at at
same Titer:- There te"rio exeitier- - '
• Everyone. Should-biz, husured.
ripti dr, .15fe - rticilc tlo,ft. jun
atililficapi- and pet as 'W zotletiab.)
tale raawner.to pay: for-adtriirtiaing.' •
I • /SI ITCIiELL,
'Wellabora 1, 1410 7 Y;
.- • •
Them Things is /milt
EVERYthing lile'velylaid - the anserbitti
depon.la from a sublime altitude. -,•
You win Pie - Use, Observe
that the best natured man in• Torn having it
deed the wants of the public s: and knyingl,ota•
tifully supplied himself With Allows( Overythiti
whichlhis world eln 'afford to appease then;
now benevolently proposes to open the wbalebe
fore the people, and say to all, old and pant
black and white, rich end poor,
C 0 ItIE
You pay your Money and you take your
- • • choice.
Don't E . .tancl.out,ln the cold exposed lo the el•
emente and to theliting of the n eighbor, beet,
but pull the latch string - , alwa;i•ant ih bee.
insist' hours, &o. '
The large hearted proprietor, or his whim
good natured clerk will conduct you, as it iiett
through a. j, .
filled with rit i iihing delights.
Ist. A GARDEN OF. SPICES, io whit},
every thing Bpicy,from :t nutmeg to cayenne pet
per ma , be seen and procured,
2d, A GARDEN OF SWEETS, inlwhieb er.
ery variety of Saoeharine delights, both solid's(' r. s .
liquid may ho bad by the stick, pound or galitt,C-:c,
and of such tidvor and eoinplexion ae a it. wit
every itching ,went - tooth in y'aut,head
Pawl) With delight. Should f you be p'ntsologit , ys":
duet t you into a this hathan o- iildiVidUltl will ect.t.' s :
GARDEN OE • FRUITB, In which almost et• s .. , ,..A.
ery variety of luecietts things to be found gad. f;;;Pf.
ere trout the four quarters of the &ht., will 14 il
sh wn to satisfy your largest longiLgr. Orange i-",',-,
fro i - Cuba, Lemons from Floritlit, Prune s fro 1 - ....
Turkey,llinittins from Malaga?, Currants from tit r- - .
Grecian Archipelago; Peaches( dried and"catt. t, , r
od along with a great variety of Canned Frniu i::-
from the Jerseys; Dates from Syria, and Vigq,'
from Aeia Minor. No end to the suppiy of oval 1
species of NUTS from 8 Continents.
-: , 1.
TILE TEA GARDEN will next , counami i- 4
your attention; the warm decoction of the Chin L A
loaf and the Java bean have become almost aid. LI-0.4
beverages and if not swallowed too tutu !T. - 0
to strong, the mild stimulants- are Aeinned ti P
What comp tn.
in peace tvittu
all this. Ike Ivo
Tea. You ur
eve if GUN
the other styli
b 6 dangerous ti
style, ditto, dli
will belleve hi?
intorpat and hi
at the satae p 1
All of which hi
principle of "1
ducts of your
-Tho' it Irks
anxious Is ho. people
nothing V 7 liataver that money eon buy of
Wellatoro, Jan. 1, 1870.
GI W. NAVLE, isouid say to his -frisch
• that his Harness Shop is now in fullblast,
and that ho is prepared to furnish hum.) , or lisbt
;n short notice, in a good and substantial PO
er, and at prices tbat can't fail to suit:
The boat workmen aro employed, and none but
the best material rill:. Call and
Dec. 9,1888 -Iy." ,•• 0. W.
MR. A. L. MONROE; is the authorised
Agent for Vega and Potter Counaei,
elect insurance in the
Wyoming Insurahce Oompany.
•. • .•.
Royal, Capitol 8.5.000,0 00
London, Liverpool A: Globe, Capitol, p 6,000, 0 0/
He will canvass the county during the week es
copt Saturdays, when ho will be found at the
Office of John. L riliteheli, to attend to all who
ma gliO him a eall. A. L. MONO&
Sept. 2!, 11039-3m.a
L. A. eiIiDNBR