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li i , l lOl,lT*LE KrrTENS. ';„ .
• [We take froM the Parish Magazine this little
story in verse. T'he moral is plain:] •
Two little kittens, one Stormy night,
Began to quarrelend than to fight,;
One had a mouse, the other had Aline,
And that was the way the quarrel begun.
" Pt have that mouse," said the biggest cat.
" Yotett have that mousel . We'll steatiout that."
" juin have that mouse," Said•thieldeit son.
" You shan't have thatremise !" said the little one.
I told you before liras a n
When those two little kittens began to fight;
The old woman seized her sweeping broom
And swept the two kittens right out, of the room.
The ground was covered with frost and snow,
And the two little kittens hill] nowhere to go;
So they. laid them down an the mat:at thetloor
While tho old Woman finished sweeping the floor.
Then they orept in as quieylo,toiee f •
I All wet as anoct , and as cold lee;
For they found kt was better tit.?t, tormy night
To lie down and tlebp than to qtiarrel and tight.
W4I,IAU SPORT,March 2:3, t s-0
The - growth of Williamsport in the
past has been unprecedented in the his-,
tory of any of the inland cities Of Penn
sylvania ;--and it has been owing chiefly
to the enterprise and business tact. of a
few individuals, who, notwithstanding
the croakings of t leir fellow towns
men, have determin d to make this a
city worthy of its" - 0 )sition as a railroad
center of the Northern ier,
To say that they have met with oppo
sition, is to use a mil expression to,
characterize the bitter hatred and 'ma
lignity which have marked I heir . deal:
lugs with those persohs to, whorl), 'they
owe most of their wealth, which they
hoard up instead of using it for the im
provement of their native city. They
constantly croak over the-burden of in
creased taxation ; forgetting that for ev
ery extra dollar of tax they pay, their
property has increased three in valtie.
They mourn over the Nicholson pave
ment and the public buildings, wishing
to return to the regimb of mud and
shabbiness. , Not content with no do
ing anything • themselves, they have
placed every obstacle in the way of
these who wish to make iinprovemehts;
thus retarding much which might have.
been _accomplished, that would have
added to,the permanent growthcbr our
city. Theateel works which are loca
ted at Tiarrisburg, might have been-se
cured to 'Williamsport, could the old fo
gies who possess the money have been
induced to second the efforts put forth
by a few liberal minded men ; and the
advanthges _which would have been de
rived from the presence of such a man
ufactory; would have amply repaid the
expenditure, of the necessary sum of
money tb secure its location here. Ma
ny more examples might be mentioned,
where lasting improvements have been
lost for want of the necessary encour
agement; and other towns, which do not
possess oneVhalf the advantages of rail
road communication, are . allowed to
carry off the coveted prize.
Eastern Capitalists are now seeking a
place for the location of a boot and shoe
manufacturing, establishment some
where in the northern portion of. the
State, and I , preiume Williamsport will
lose the benefit of this improvement,
through the lack of co-operation of her
wealthy men, who think 'Williamsport
to-day is good enough for them to-mor
The bill granting aid to the Jersey
Shore, Pine Creek and Buffalo railroad,
has passed the Legislature, and our cit
izens areuch elated with the prospect
of its speedy construction. The advan
tages of this road to' the . northern tier
of counties, cannot be properly estima
ted at the present time. It will aid in
developing one of the finest coal and
iron regions of the State; it will furnish
a direct route for the transportation of
grain from Butlido to Philadelphia and
the anthracite coal regions of the State.
The counties of Luzerne and Schuyl
kill will need a vast amount of the hem
lock timber which now covers the hills
of Potter and Tioga, for mining- purpo
ses, and the Only way they can obtain
It is over this new route ; aim compre
hending its necessity, they are nobly
seconding the efforts of its friends to
aid in its sonstruction.
There is a movement being made to
form a company for the manufacture of
piano fortes, with a general sales room
in New York.' Fifty thousand dollars
has been already subscribed for the en
terprise, and it bids fair to be a success.
All the raw materials which enter into
the construction of .pianos can be ob
tained much cheaper here than else
where, and I see. no reason why they
should be transpOrted to eastern cities
to be manufactured, H.
LETTER FROM . WISCONSIN
rLAINFIELD, Waushara CO.,
Wisconsin, March 2d, '7O. f
Nearly or quite two-thirds 'of the in
habitants of this town were formeryea
'dents of Tioga county. . Every day or
so, I make the acquaintance of some;
one who came from Tioga. Right in:
the village are—Sheardown, (Druggist
and P. M.) J. B. Mitchell, (pierchant)
Dr. Joslin, Michael Rozell, Jacob John
ston, Ira Baker, mid Rev. Milton Ches
ter.' One-half mile east is H. C. Bor
den ; one hundred vide east of the vil
lage, B. B. Borden; in the third house
from him, east, lives Benoni Bentley's
widow, (now Mrs. Youngman). The
next is B. B. French ; the next Jesse
BentleY's widow, (Mrs, Dwire). The
next is. Samuel Bentley. By the way,
he and I were school boys together, up
at Lawrence's school house,. in Rut
land.. Those were my very first schOol
days; and how well do I remember
theni I The guide board said, ," Eight
miles to Tioga," " Four to Mansfield,"
and " Three to Roseville"—Roseville,
'Where every other man you met was in
toxicated.: (I hope it is not thus these
ltrer years.) Royal Rose kept store,
a d sold " Rose-water" ; while just
roes the way, Peter Backer " kept
tavern", and supplied the traveling
public' (and the stationary also) with
"Backe juice." But , this was long
ago—twenty-three years—and Royal
and Peter have gone to their long home,
theVe to give an account of their, stew
ardship, and receive their reward,lwhat
ever it may be. But I have wandered
from my subject.
Horton Stearns, John Pruisman, J no.
Job, 'Samuel Westbrook, Bethuel Bent
ley, C. Johnston, E. A. Johnston, Ed.
Benton, and a host of others that I do
not now call to mind, all good citizens,
but n o t all good farmers, arllt in this Sec
tion. Land is very poorly tilled here.
If, the farmers here would put the labor
on their farms that some. do in Tioga
county, they would get the largestki nd
of returns. The soil is a black or dark
sand, and needs no draining. A good
coat of manure will show for ten years.
The county is being settled quite rap
idly. %here were 1000 acres broke in
this township last season. There are
two things I have almost forgotten since
I came here—cars and mudholes. - There
are fair prospects of seeing the fornier
soon, but the latter , never. There hes
been a bill passed recently at Madison
for a railroad running from Columbus
,to Stevens's Point, through this place.
If I am .informed correctly, it is to be
built by the Pennsylvania Central.
And now, in closing, I would say to
all those who me to coming west
from old Tioga this on, " Call and
examine? before buying elsewhete."
Tx'ply yours, - WAUSHARA.
HOW TO KILL LICE ON CATTLE.—jI
correspondent of the Country Gentle
man, says " Dissolved about a pint of
strong soft soap in a pail of witrm, soil
water, and saturated the whole surface
of a lousy cow's bodywith it; after about
thirty pinutee, repeated the operation,
and in thirty minutes longer took' a pail
of clean warm vaster and quickly and
thoro'billy washed out all the soap water,
and dead lice in large quantities-, put
her in a warm stable and covered her
with a dry blanket.ll The next slay aft er
being thoroughly dried, she looked, and,
seemed to feel, like anew animal; more
than doubled her quantity- of milk
within twenty-four hours, and immedi
ately commenced gaining fifth and
„ . .
a i ms on ce ie welt . stocka Ivlol Pies . l,tes,
and has eve* . uiPtantlN,e Or •
in a enpertOt bummer, Pio In Coloris t ' m a .red
ding carit to aithoetposter, 'Any kind ob etyib or wort:
dodo at this office, asfame: - - • • -
- - .
. .. . .
Law Bookli, Pamphlets' ''-. i Cards, Invitation Cards,
Band Bills,Programraes, Cheeks, Drafts, Dulalts,
Blii Heads Clrerdare, Orders, Shipping Cards,
Business Heads ,
Envelopes, Tinted Plate Printing, -
Visiting Cards, Wedding . &c.,, &c., Au,
And all other blanks constantly on lipd'and for 8010
Deeds, wan - antee," ' school Contract
Deeds, quit-claim. summons; Subpoenas,
Statement and Confession, Warrants, Executions,
Amicable Action, . • • Indemnifying Bonds,
Bona, Constablo's Sato, Attachments, Judgment
Collector's Sale, Notes, Petition and lionit
idarriageCertificate, , for App'ment of Cloardino
And any other blanks not enumerated above %slily's.
printed to order nn short notice;
Jkir•Persons sending erdeitl for JOB SVOBK will got
their work. promptly; /one, and returned.. We .thall
spartinopalus - to please our 'customers in this depart
ment. Those sending work, please state the size of
Job, kind of ink and parlor desired.
VAN I.3I}ILDEft 4 MITOMML:
. Feb. 1870
SE,ED POTATOEE FOR S ALE . 7 -Early Rose,
dlimaxvand Breda° Fronk). _
Early Ithse: the' merits of, this celebrated va
riety, l ure already well kunw ri—pl an ted side by
side with thii ; early Goodrich - anti Yorit potatoes,
they maftirea tWolve days in advance.:
Climax potato: this variety speaks for its
self. From one pound of seed, the undersigned
received a yield . of 123 poUnds. It is a potato
of superior table quality.
The Breese Prolific tuataras about two weeks
later than the Early Rose—is generally pro
ductive; often exceeding a hundred ,told, and
will prove a moat valuable vaidety fur field
culture. It ia also a potato of excelent table
price per peck,
. I pound
Feb. 23, '7O-tf
'BEE - HIVE EXCHANGE.
- _;-7 - 43k,-;-,-_::,,;
BUT AT DISCRETION!
YOl3 see that half a :tan of space with half
an inch of ronding• titan don't help me
after alt. What d'ye do that for I" asked less
than a million of my custom rs, when I appeared
in blank. And, being tuck red out with trying
to explain why I did it, I m forced to do it in
print: , •
Kaow yo, all good pool)lo, that I am doing a
Laud Office Business,
WHOLESALE (% RETAIL
1 \ in
SUGARS, ALL ane'pEs, SYRUPS, MO
LASSES, PORK, HAMS,
SHOULDERS, MACKEREL, WHITE
FISH, CISCOES, COD, HALI
BUT, AND BO FORTN,
• • .
An4l. am selling cheap as I always : jly, and can
save , country dealers thpir, expense lb the little
city otT,Elmlra, or thd lug city of ,Now York.—
THE TEA TRADE
is ono of my biggest, brightest, and best things.
You cannot get better
OOLONG OR .GREEN TEAS,
or cheaper, than I can sell you. You may' pa•
tronize tho Great Anicrican Tca Company, and
Then I can do you, good. I have enough to set
Tioga County a
, TIE -HE ING
for thp next 25 years. Besides no man bas a big
ger or better lot of
140011% 4 =MUD
then I have, and am selling them at a bargain,
in the Grocery Lino,
CANNED FRIIITSAAND VEGETABLES,
WOODEN WARE; CONFEC-
not mixed as I mix them horO, but in good order.
I buy all the
BUTTER AND CHEESE,
that .1. can, and almost ove*ything else but teasels
Sign of tho,I3IILL A; BEE-HIVE
Wellabor°, Dec. 15, 1869
The way to Get Rich
Is to buy your
G- 1 0 • D ►S
where you eau buy them CHEAPEST!
(Youcatt do that at
Wilson & VanValkenb,urg's
A SPLENDID LINE OF
CHOICE WINTER GOODS,
Purchased at the Bottom Market Prices,
REIDY NAN CUMIN
of ovary_ desoription, and clothing made to order
in the very b caq aryl°, and warranted.
W olLeboro,pe ‘ o ' .l6; 1869.
R. S, JOlitOTOki,
W. T. MATIIERS.
liaTinSfuroted a`partn,ership in the Tin, Stove
and hardware trade, the undersigned have the
pleasure to announce that thej have, at a great
outlay, added to the usual st4cll of the old stand
'a complete aciOrtmoot of Shelf fiardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS; %• CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES, '
. PUMPS, AXES,
131110011 S, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, 1100 P, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND SNIFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
• POWDER AND
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
themeelvee. We aim to keep the beet quality of
geode in outline; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOR TILE
Buckeye Mower & Reaper.
SASH, DOORS. BLINDS.
AT PACTORY PRICES,
Always on hand or furnished to order, at
ROBERTS & BAILEY'S Hardware
Ingham's Woolen Mills !
THE subscribers will pay Cash, Full-Cloth,
Cassimeres, Flannels, &0., &0., for Wool.—
Theyalso manufaeturo as usual—
TO mu OR ON SHARE,
to snit customers. All work warranted as rep.
resented. They invite particular attention to
their 'Water Proof
which are warranted in every respect. Partion
lay attention given to
INGHAM'S large stook of Cassitaeres, &0., 26
per cent less than any eompetitore, and warraints
od as represented. I
INGHAM manufacture to order, and do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and Cloth Dressing, and
INGHAM have as good an assortment o,
Full Moths, Cagan:Lures, &e"
and give more for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your
INGHAM wholesale and retail at the Cow
anesque Mill, 2 miles below Knoxville.
Our Cloths' are warranted, and sold by the
DELANO k CO.. Wellsboro, Pa.
T. L. BALDWIN- & CO., Tioga, Pa.
3.0. BENNBTT, Covington, Pa.
100,000 Pounds Of Woo
JOSEPH INGHAM & SONS.
Deerfield, Jan. 1, 18704-if, 1
Wholesale and Retail
eft. - Ry W, C. KRESS.
~nitlasoilbor wiltkeep on, aand at all times
:a,falt stook of
• • •t
t • ,t,
PAINTS, 011aS,- I
1 0 0 v
Flavoring ExtractS,.'Perfumery, ' Kerosene,
Lamps, Wicks, .Dye Colors, White Wash
Lime and Brushes, Tarnish and
Sash .brushes, Window Glass
all sizes, Varnish- of all
kinds, Fancy 'Soaps,
S P - Eb T 4CLES,
Hair and Tooth Brushes, a full "stock of
Yankee Notions; also" a complete
sortment of -• . _ .
and a full stock of
Pure Wines and Liquors,
Buyers aro requested to call and examine pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere.
IF YOU WANT A
Coat, or Suit of Clothes ,
Call and see our stook of
Cloths or Cassimeres,
and leave your measure, andyou, can be supplied
on short notice, at "
SMITH & WAITE'S,
Oot. 27, 1869. Corning, N. Y.
Large Stock of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC GOODS,
Einitablo fnr 2 ‘ 1,2 -1,
SMITH & WAITE'S,
lOct. 27, 1869. ' Corning, N. Y.
New Stock! New Good's !
SEARS & DERBY
HAVE taken the now store ono door above
Wright Jr. Bailey, where they are on band
with a new stook of
BOOTS, BALMORALS, GAITERS,
BOOTEES, BROGANS AND
warranted to fit any foot from No. 0, to 13 in 7
elusive. The stock has boon eoleeted by one
who has the advantage of
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
in the business, and is the hest and fullest in the
country, Our stock of
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,
LININGS, BINDING, MO
wilt be kept up as heretofore.
On Findings :ire shall be found at home
ways, and we shall endeavor to sell at prises
satisfactory to the trade. Wo won't be under
FOR HIDES, SKINS, FURS & PELTS
Also the top of the Market for
WOO L .
But our beat hold will be on'
There's comfort in a well made custom boot,
Zhat fits the corns without too much compressing
Pox. everybody knows a shabby foot
Cannot be compromised by overdressing.
And one may wear clean linen with a suit
Of finest cloth, but there is no finessing
Will make a man with shabbily dressed feet,
Look like a gentleman upon the street.
Monet.: Buy your boots of
• BEARS A DEBBY, -
Or any other man. [Printer's Devil.]
Wdllsboro, Jan. 1,1869.4.
T AM AGENT for Marley Jr Co., celebrated
platform Spring Wagons, all styles, also
for their light Carriages and Buggy Wagons,
all made In good style, and from Jersey timber,
and warranted in every respect, equal to any
made. Can furnish any of the above at the
lowest Manufacturers price's. L. C. BENNET.
Wellaboro, Jan. 1, 1870—tr.
House and Lot for Sale.
HOMR and Lot, and vacant lot for sale
cheap. Loqation Wellsboro, and desirable.
Inquire at the .eiglitator Ofdoe.
Jan. 1, 1870—tf.
TO Tt FARM:CRS OF
TIO A COUNTY. .
lAM now building/at:ay mannfaCtory,in Lawrenel•
which possesses the followingadvantagegover another
I.lt separates rye,oat 3,rittlitter.andton lseeds,and
cheeS and cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and all
other needs, perfectly.
3, It cleiane timothy seed.
4. rt dorm all othereeparafingreguired of a mill .
This mllllOlll4 (Mho best and most durable tita•
b or ., Jr ) goodsfS4 o4 and is sold cheap bor each, or pro.
dace_ - • . -
I will lit a ; patit sieve, for separating oatefrom
wheat,to °thee. s,oureasonableterme.
hawrencexil/u,Jan.l,lB7b-t t J.ll DIVIIIRB.
A cIIBOULAR SAW AtlLL,3sllorse-powor
11, Engine, Shingle MW, and appurtenances.
Known as the Foster Mill,ldiddiebury. Inquire
of J.B.Potter,or of !LS. noolcwell, Wellsboro,
- :' •-'
.UNION ACADEMY, '
KNOXVILLE. TIOGA 00UNTY,; PENN'A.
0. 0. Vi'mtn, Princfp al . • ~ ,
Airs; Ana. W. Mouton', Procentress. . • , •
Idles MIRA Mouton, Assistant.' 4 :
Miss MimM Bearverr, Teacher of Music.
The 'al; Term Will Commence August 31. The Whiter
Teiln November 30. The Spring Term Marsh 3. Each
Term to continue 12 weeks.
V. - 11XPENSES p.En, TEEM. „' - - '
tnitioit, including rent and wood, Bali Term. '....t1f,60.
" Winter Term.. 19,50.
.. ..Spring Term."' Also.
Day Students , 7,00.
Instrumental Music, (Plano, Organ or Meloileon).. 10,00.
'Vocal Musk, .. 2, 0 : 10,.
Sao of Thstounente '• • 2,00.
Drawing and , Peneling ' - " i . ' 3,00.
Board per week V 3,00.
Horse and Cattle Powtiors,
• :2;,;:r• This preparstiesiiitssit anfl favorably
/ known, will thorongley re4nVihroitfle
;"i •r broken down and low-spirited herself,
, by strengthenlag and. cleansing' the
stomach andinteitirieln , •
It is a sure. poieiteiltitre of altdiseases
incident to this aninatlAttelkas LUNG
VEVERGLANDERS, - YELLOW"' •
WATER, WEAVES COUGEta,,DIEFr ' °DU
TEMP,ER, - FEVERS, I' OUN -, 4
LOSS OF ~.4aSPET/TE AND Vrtki;
ENBAGYi Sty. Its to:trove
the wind,' increases GM' tlttfz-v--= tp . ." •; '-
gives asmooth and glossy s a.-stiad) I
transforms the miserable , skeleton,
intestine-looking and splritedimite.
ro,ag6:4-Alow, this PrePars/'
Sow is ,i invaluable.. It Is a sure pro,
7 e",,Agy , ventive Itiiidbrpest, Hell*
r. , Rom, <lto. 'it Au ; been proven aY
.1. actual e x per iment to increase the
quant i ty of milk and cream twent y
per cent. and make the butteifirm
and sweet. • In fattenhig dattle,•lt
gives theta an appetite , loosens their hide, and makes
them thrlvomnoh faster.
In all diseases of Swine, such ae Coughs, Lice
the Lungs, Liver, &c., this article acts
as a spat= I By putting trout one-„S' -
half sow to a paper in a barrel of . •
mill the above diseases will be eradi
cated or entirely prevented. If given ,” A
in time, a certain preventive and
hate for the Hog Cholera. .
W. C. KRESS.
DAVID E, FOLTZ, ProprietOr,
' Tor sale* Druggists and Storekeepers throughout
tlia flatted States, Canadas and South AUserfea.
Grocery and Provision Store,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN dc DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED FRUITS - AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &a., &o.
A full and complete easortment of the above
mentioned goods of the boat quality always on
Particular attention paid to Fine Groceries
Dealers and Consumers will find it to their in
toreat to examine bisiStoelt before buying.
Corning, N. Y., ps 1, 18,70. •
CLOSING OUT SALE OF
WINTER GOODS :
The subscriber offers hie entire Stook of Winte
Goods at actual
0474730 UZI 04,021111
This will bo found a rare opportunity for
purchasers, as the Stook is !alto, and well selected,
consisting in part of
of vntious styles; and fa r brics adapted to the
BUFFALO AND LAP ROBES,
WINTER CLO THING.
The public' are invited to call and examine
the Stook. TEOS. IMRDEN:
Wencher°, Feb. 18, 1870—tf.
I t Ohairmaker, Turner, .and
SALE ROOM and YAOTORY opposite Dartt'e
Wagon Shop Main Street, where he le pre
pared to furnish Cabinet Ware of any kind to
those in want.
Orderapromptly filled and satlefaotiotgnaran.
teed. Panay Turning ,done to order.
WeHatboro, Jan. 1,1870. J. STIOKLIN.
Valuable Farm for Sale. '
ili. farm of three hundred acres, with two hun
dred and twenty-five adios improved. Sit
uated two miles north of Vega Village, on the
Tioga River and Railrocd. ' Well wattterod, un
der a good state of cultivation ' and good build-
Ingo. Also four houseiand lots for'sale in Tioga
village. ' -‘ ,'' • T. L'._pAL,DWIN.
Tioga,Jati. 1, 1870-0:: .• •
Dr. H. R. Phillips,
MHZ undersign ed respectfully announces to the
citittnis ofWestOld and surrounding coun
try that ho is permanently located at this place.
Ho la fully prepared to do all kinds of •
in the 'highest style of the art. Sitisfaetion
guarranteed. Mee over Soovill's Drug Store.
Fine Photographs oan be had over • the Drag
Mora. IL S. PHILLIPS.
Weettleld,Pa., Juno 80,188947,
.., =r ~ ,
CORNING, N. Y.
GENTS OVERCOATS, AND A
GENERAL STOCK Or
WHLESALB DUG STOU.
IeRUGS AND MBDIOINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' KEITH'S
IREDELL'S FLUID, EL •
' •;• T„,RAcIT§, , '
,XiURNETT'S CI:MAINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCII
-3.):, • ' ESTER PERFUMERY
'AND,FLAVORING EXTRACTS, IVAL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WUITEWASU LIME &
AND DYE, COLORS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN
,& CO'S RE
Bold at , Wholesale Prices. Buyers aro requested
'to tall and got quotations before going further
Corning, N.Y., Jan. 1,1870-4 y
AT THE NILES . VALLEY STEAM
. FLOURING MILLS.
10,000 Bus. Corn,
1,0,000 " Oats, and any amount of
'good wheat. ' J. B. DIMON A Co.
Nies Valley, Jan. 1, 1870-tf.
• Patent Roofing.
IRAVE bought the right, to - use; the Paten
Masao' Roofing in Tioga County, and am
now prepared to put on roofs oheap and in good
workmanlike manner. This roofing is fire and
water proof. I rofer to Messrs. Wright it Bai
ley, Toles .k Barker, and C. I/. Wille.ox, where
samples can be seen and roofs in use.
Wellsboro, Jan .1, 1870-tr.
MO It. HOLLIDAY, Proprietor. A large and
commodious House, located iu the imme
diate vicinity of all the County buildings, with
large arid.commodions barns attached,
pa -James Hazlett acts us hostler, and will
always bo found on hand, attentive to business..
Jan. 5,1870.-1 y
You want In the i
.DRUG LIN , ,
Go to P. It. Williams. & Co. Thy hoop the
beet stook and sell the Chea est.
Feb. 22, 100.
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,
by M. A. DURIF
Wellaboro ,Dec. 16,1868.—U
Lair viry MIER ine T.
SETH WAT ` kINS respectfully informs the
' public th'rt 4 has established a
'Livery for Hire,
at tbo barn offthe premises lately owned by It.
0 . SimPoOrt, located on Pearl and Craftoa
Streets, Wellsboro. lie alms to keep good hor
ses and wtigons t and intends to please. Prices
Double and single teams furnished..
Furniture ! Furniture !
B. T. VAN HORN,
ITAVING oompleted'his new Cabinet Ware
house on Main street, Wellsboro, has stock
ed it with a large and superior assorted stock o
Ohlwiber Suits, Walnut, Ash,Elaple
1 . &c., &o„ &0.,
immilk from $l6O down, and as cheap
as the same goods can be bo't
in the cities, freight added.
Parlor Suits, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogany, Reps or Hair Cloth,
from $125 down. Also,
SOFAS, LOUNGES, COUCHES, TETE
I with Upholstery to suit. ,
Center Tables, Walnut or Marble Tops,
' Looking Glasses, Brackets Pa-,
per Racks, Rocking Chairs,
Wholesale and Retail.
I am manufacturing as usual, and intei to
keep a full stock of ware, homo and city de
at all times. My Ware Rooms are spacious and
neat, and now contain the largest, costliest.and
best !too of Furniture ever brought into the
Planing and Matching,
SCROLL SAWING A MOULDING',
done to order at the Factory.
Jan. 1, 1869-tf: B. T. VAN HORN
WALSER & LATEIROP I •
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS
BM* SAWS, CUTLERY
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLES, &c.
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 2,1870-Iy. '
C. F. & 0. Moore,
ji/VERY AND EXCHANGE STABLES
Wellaboro, Pa. Office and Stables on Water
treat, in rear of Court House. They will fur
nish horses, single or double, with Buggies, or
Carriages, at; short notice. Long experience in
the business enables the proprietors to announce
with confidence they can meet any reasonable de
mands in their line. Drivers furnished, if desired
and passengers carried to any part of thocountry.
Thankful for past favors, they invitecontinuanctr
Of custom. -Terms reasonable.
Nov. 24, 1889.-ly.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
All_ Administration having beon ;granted to the
undersigned upon the estate of John Howland,
late of Deerfield twp., doo'd, all persons indebted
to said decedent or claiming against tho same,
must settle with D. BOWEN. Adm'r.'
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTl6E.—Letters of
Administration having been granted on the
estate of Ira Bullock, deceased, late of 'Middle
bury, all those indebted to said estate aro reques
ted to make immediate payment, and those hay
ing claims against it to present them to :
GEORGE D. KEENEY,
;Middlebury, ninth 80, 1870. et Adel.:
W. D. TERBELL At CO
- RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
'IN and alter MONDAY, Nov. 15%1E169, Trains
X.., will loaveCorning, at tho following holittoist
12,35 a m EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, for
tirade, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with
'trains Tor the West. A sleeping Coach' is attached to
this train running through to Buffalo.
6,42 a. In., NIORT EXPRESS, daily for Roch.
ester But Tale, Dnnkirk, Cleveland and cincin
mitt!, making direct coromectlon witb trains of the
Orand Trunk and Lake Shore Railways at quitin to.
Dunkirk and Cleveland for all pdints West, and at
Cinoinnattl with the Ohio and ?distil slppi and Louis.
villa Short Line Railways for the,t tall and South.
10,20 a. m., MAIL TRAIN, Sunda 4 exeeptcd, kor
Butlido and Dunkirk.'
12,05 za., WAY YREIGIIT, Sundays excepted.
1,46 p.m., BALTIMORE RXPRESS,Sundayeezcept
ed, for itochater and Buffalo, via Avon.
6,00 P. W. EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for the Weak
9,38 p. tn., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Rochester, Buffalo Dunkirk, ClOveland, Cincinnati,
and the South Stops at tit incipal stations and cou
nt:eta points on main floe.
New and iruprowd Drawing Room GOaCtle9 accompany
this train from Now York to, liciffalooind Steeping
Coacpos attached et llornollactllc, running through
So 010soland and (Whin without change.
,45 a, m., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Itondays
copted, connecting at Elmira fur Williamsport,
Slav Nburg and the Zurala; also at Elmira for Canan
daigua; at Waverly With train of Lehigh valley Rail-
Wu) ; at Owego tor Ithaca ; at Binghamton tor OW,
Iteretown and Albany; and at Now York with 'Want
ers and afternoon Expreen trains for New England
cities. **loepittg coaches. accoutpuny thin train
to Now York.
11,45 a. la., DAY EXPRESS, 'Sundays excepted,
connecting at Jersey ,C;ity with uildnight express
train of Nuw Jureey Relltoad for Philadelphia. Also
Mops at principal stateoue anti connecting points on
New and improved Drawing 'town Coin: acroinlien9
this trilu.to Nei York.
1,10 P. m., SPAT BREIOIIT,Suudays exeeptaii.
12,20 p. m., ELMIRA MAIL, Su nduy'n excepted.
4,42 p.m., NEW YORK AND BALTimoRP. MAIL,
huutthys exempted, connecting at Elmira for the
,513 LIOUTNINO EXPREtih, Daily,conuect
tug at Jersey City with mortiitig t ees train ul
New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Washington;
and at Now York with morning Express train for
Boston and Now England Cities. Mar stops at all prin•
cipal stations and connecting points on mail. line.
Bleeping Coaches accompany tuis trams through to Now
IJAGOAUE CIItICKED TilROl.lOll
,tom- A revised and complete" Pocket Time 'gable" of
Passenger Trains on the k:rie Railway and connecting
Lines, has recently been published ,and can be procur
ed on applieation to,the Ticket Agent of the Company
WM.lt. DARR, L. D. DUCKED
en' I Pass. Agent Gen') 13uP't•
Moosbarg& Corning, 44. Tioga R. Et
Stains wi 11 ru Il ne followe until further notice:
Accommodation-Leaves Blossbrirg at 7,66 a. ..Mans
'field at 8,40 Tioga at 9,20, Lawrenceville a tlO
arriving at Corning at 11,10 a.m.
Mall—Leaves Blossburg at 1,30 p. ..",Marmileld a t 2,16,
Tioga at 2,45, Lawrenceville at 3;29—arriv in g at
Corning at 4.30 p. m.
Mall—LeaVesCorning at 8,00 a.m., Lawrencovillt at
9,03, Vega at 9,45, Mansfield at 10,22—arriving at
Giese-burg at 21,00 a. in.
Accommodation—Learee CoTning at 2,40 p. m „Law+
rencoville at 3,65 'flogs at 4.40, Mansfield at 8,30—•
artiving a t Blossburg at 0,15 p.m.
.811ATTLIOR ;S tip't
Northern Central N';11;
TRAINS FOR TUE NORM.
Tralustor Canandagnia leave Elmira ad follow S. :
Accomodatlon at 7, 05 p ru
Express (fastest train on road/ 12.20 u m
i l.l 00 p m a
Way Freightassenger coach attached] ...... .. 010 a L a
On and aftor Nov.'ls, 1800, trains will rrive and
depart from Troy, as follows;
10 35 a. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for El ra Ira ,fi uffa
lo,Canandaigua, Rochester, Susp.tirkige and the
958 a. ni.—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira and
Erioliallway from Elmira.
7 23, A. ra.—Duily(ozcont Sundays) for Baltimore,
955 P; m.—Daily (except Suodaye) for Baltipore,
Washington and Philadelphia.
ALFRED R. FISKE D. S YOUNG
Gen'lBnpt-Ilarriablirg, Cien'l Pass. Ag't
' .Daltimoro, 211 d.
T. L. BALDWIN 8t CO'S
and see a nice stock of Goods for the
FALL & WINIiFiR.
51,4=2.10 MEM 0001 DA
—all stylos, colors and patterns—
ALPACAS, POPLINS, CAMBRICK I S
FRENCH JACONETS, ORGANDIES,
PEQUAS, VERSAILES, BLACK
AND COLORED SILKS,
BEAUTIFUL Winte'r SHAWLS
and a large assortment to select from
CLOAKS READY—MADE, AND CLOTI
TO MAKE MORE, ALL KINDS OF
LININGS, FRINGES, TASSELS
&c., TO TRIM DRESSES
can't be beat. It keeps with everything the
Yankees have thought. of so far.
HOOP SKIRTS,, BALMORAL SKIRTS
too numerous to mention; but will say that'you
will seldom find so largo on assortment to select
from in a country, store, and clear down to the
We also keep a largo assortment of
in snits, and Its of suits. Should we fall to
suit you with ady-mado, we have Cassimere
A TAILOR TO CUT AND FIT
Boots and Shoes,
all styles and sizes.
HATS ND, CA,PS, STRAW GOODS,
AND GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, A CO3IPLETE LINE OF
CROCKERY, - WOODEN WARE,
HARD WARE, SHELF HARD
WARE, NAILS, IRON,
Locke, Latches, Carpenters' Toole.
A GENERAL STOCK OF
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 arc agents for the
E. HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
Farmers, if yon wan ttoolo to work with drop lo
SALT, LIME, 1 3 LASTgR, PORN.; FLOUR
Lime, Cayuga .Plaster, &e.'
Butter tub's, Pails. Firkins; and Ashton Salt to
flavor with. All •kinds of-Ftirm Produce want.
ed. ~Priees can't bo beat. , • •
• f T. L. BALDWIN & 00.
Pik.,Jan. 1, 1670.
—Our stock of—
CO'ONGTO .. N SASH Pyiroi
D. B. .Le H. G. IRELAN, ?roprietore
THE - subscribers would say to the public that
they aro prepared to make or furnish
, SASH AND BLINDS,
DOORS, PALING,• \
SCROLL SA WI
Also, dealers in '
Lumber and Shingles.
Price' Het for Ash pritnod and glazed per light
8 by 10-121 cents,
9 by 13, 8 by 14, 10 by 12, 15 cents.
10 by 14, 9 by 14, 16 cents.
10 by 16, 20 cents.
Our work is made of dm best seasoned lutnt,er
AWL in tho be manner. Pall and ECO US.
Jan. 5, 1870-ly
Cash Capital over $20,000,000
FIRST-CLASS 00'S-NONE BETTER.
RATES AS. LOW as any good Companies
will take. :Policies on dwellings anV farm
property written at this office, and tieltve ed on
poyinent of premium. '
Are You Insured
It cost but but little, particularly to in - sure dwell
ings, farm property, and contents. Detached
dwellings and farm' property insured for 3 years
for one per, centum and 'exPense of policy, dc.
A house, detached 100 or more insured for
$lOOO for 3 years. at an expense of $11,60. Onlr
$3i83 , 3- a year! Small tax—good thing in unte ( . 1
fire. Furniture, provisions, bedding &c., at tte
same rates. There is no excuse,
Everyohe Should be Insured,
If not with me, Smith .t 14erriek will do it jut
as obeaN and just as well.' (Gratis, gentlemen.)
I should be glad however, to befriend enough in
this manner to pay for advertising.
JNO. I, MITCJI.hiLL.
Wellsboro, dan..l, 1870-tf.
Them , Things is Arriv !
MI: I VERY thing is lovely, and the anser hired
I depends; from a sublime attitude.
You ‘will Please Observe,
that tho best naturcd man in Town having ao•
tired the wants of the, public, and having boun
tifully supplied himself with almost everything
which this world otn afford to appeaso them;
now benevolently proposes to open the whole be
fore the people, and say to all, old and young,
black and white, rich and poor,:
You pay your Money andyou take your
Don't stand out in the 'cold exposed to the el
ements and to the Sting of the neighbor= hem
but pUll thelatch string, i t is always out in hue.
inoss hours, (fcc.
The large Hearted proprietor, or MS - erbane
good natured 'Clerk will conduct you, as it were
filled with ravishing dolights.
ht. A • GARDEN OF SPICES, in which
every thing Spie ,from a nutmeg to eayenno pep.
per ma'• he seen and procured.
2d, A ARO ?.N OP SWEETS, in which ev
ery variety or Saccharine dolikhte, both solid and
liquid may be had by thf, stick, pound or gallon,
and of such flav'or and cidmplexion as will make
`ivory aching sweet tooth in your head 'ditty
jump with delight. Sha l uld you be potaologi
°ally inclined, this humane individual will con.
duct you into a
GARDEN OF FRUITS, in whichAmost ev
ery variety of luscious things to be found gath
ered\ trout the four quarters of the globe, will be
shown to satisfy your largest longings. Orange&
from Cuba, Lemons from Florida, Prunes from
Turkey, Raisins from Malaga, Currants from the
Grecian Archipelago; Poaches dried 'and el/pe
ed along with a great variety of4Pried Fruits
front the Jerseys; Dates from Syria, and Pigs
from Asia Minor. No end to the supply of every
spoolos l of NUTS from 8 Continents.
THE ( TEA , GARDEN will next command
your attention; the warm decoction of the China
leaf and the Java bean have become almost 41.
versal beverages, and if not swallowed too hot or
to strong, the mild stimulants are esteemed as
eminently promotive of comfort and sociality.—
What compiny of elderly ladies could ever part
in pdaco without them? Now your friend the
' GARDNER . ; will be most happy to show you
all this. Ho'will ask you politely to look at hie
Tea. You are welcome to try every chest and
See if GUN POWDER, Souchong GREEN,
Jr.c.; which Janitor you like, but of all
tbp other styles whose few cracking names would
bodangeroas to pronounce, COFFEES, in every
style, ditto, ditto, ditto.
The beneficent proprietqr of this mammoth es•
tablishment—out of sheer goodwill, and if ydu
will believe him for no other motive• than your
interest and his, has at vast expense established
at the same place an immense depot of Provis
ions, consisting of
Flour, Pork; Lard, Codfish, White Fish,
Sword Fish, &T., dr,c.
Meal; Hams, Atter, Trout, Blue Fish,
Halibut, &c., &e.
All of which ho intends to sell at a profit, on the
principle of "live and let live." :lie generally
proposes also tg receive in exchange ail the pro
ducts of your farm and dairies,and it is said con
fidentially to the public, that ho never refuses
Tho , it irks him wretchedly to keep it. So
anxiia is he. that the dear people should want
nothi g - whamver that money can buy of -
Wellabor°, Jan. 1, 1870
NAVLE, would say to Ms friends
• that his Harness Shop is now in full blast,
and that be is prepared to furnish heavy or light
on short notice, in a good and substantial man
nor, and at prices that can't fail to suit.
The best workmen aro employed, anti none bat
the best material used. Call and see.
Damp, 186S—Iy. ' G. NAVLE.
3a.' 1]1 4 Et 3a 43 e
MR. A. L. MONROE, 'is the authorized
Agent for Tioga and (Potter Counties, to
effect 'neuranco in tho
W c oming Insurance Oompany.
uolti . , Capitol $5,000,000
Lon kW, Liverpool ,t. Globe, Capitol, $10,000,00 0
lie will canvass the countyptlu'ring the week ex
cept Saturdays, when he will be found at the
office of John. I. Mitchell, to attend to nil who
may give him a call. A. L. 'MONROE.
IRE Subscriber will open n School in the
village of Osceola, on Monday, March 7th,
1870, and continue twelve weeks. •
RATES OF TUITION:
C. C. WARD, Prinolol,
L. A. GARDNER