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sleyt, (]od fromh i rii took
beam fad op in ioxeCil
• a- ae it dike n eeratth:look; .
And time created TfOrnall.
fletoOklis hope not from hit pate,
,To show. her powdr more ample;
Nor'itoni'hia feet, to designate
That ho on her , might trample.
liuOn'eattiliti arm, to eteitily.ihuw
110 always should protect he':
• Aild ildiirlas heart, to let him know
)Howmnelt,he should respect her.
He took this bone, crooked enough,
: Moat crooked of the human,
To'ahOir 'him how much crooked stuff'
'l4'd always find in woman. -
THE BARBER'S GHOST.
A gentleman; • traveli4 - some ye l ars
since in the Highlands, culled at a
tavern and requested' entertai n wen t for
the night. The landlord informed him
it was out of his power to aeeoffitnodate
bun as his house wai already full. He
persisted • in stopping, al he, as ikelt as
were almost exhausted with
travel. After much solicitation, the
landlord consented to his stopping, pro
vided he won Id sleep in a ~ertain - room
chat had not been oceupied tin a long
time in consequenee of a belief that it
was haunted by the ghost of a barber,
who was reported to have been wurder
edi in that room some years t-fore./
' Very well, says the traveler ,
not afraid of ghosts.'
After having refreshed himself, he
inquired of the landlord how rand in
what manner- the room in • which
he was to lodge was haunt.* The
landlord replied that shortly fter they
retired to rest an unknown nice was
heard, In a trembling and protracted
' Doyou Want to he sh-a-veal,?'
' Well,' replied the man, ' If he comes
he may shave me.'
He'then requested to he shown to the
apartment, In going to which be was
conducted through a large room, where
were seated a
. large number of per Sons
at a gaming table. Feeling a curiosity
Which almost every one possesses after
having heard ghost storieS,- he cai.eftilly
searched every corner of his rooni, but
could discover nothing but the, usual
furniture of the apartment . ' • He then
laid down, but did not close his — iyes
immediately, and in a few minute 4 he
imagined he heard a voice saying—
. • Po you w-a-nt to be sh-a-ved ?'
Be arose from the bed and searched
every corner of the room, but could dis
cover nothing. He again went to bed,
but no sooner had he: beguh, to compose
himself to sleep than the question was
repeated. He again.arose and went to
the window, the sound appearing to
proceed from that quarter, and / stood
awhile silent . After a few minutes of
anxious suspense, he again heard the
sound distinctly, and conceived it. was
from without he opened the window,
when the was repeated full In
his ear, which startled Lim not a little.
Upon a minutes'examination hoWever,
'he observed that the Hail) of a large oak
tree,- which stood under his window,
projected so near the house that every
breath of wind, to a lively imagination,
made a noise resembling the interroga
Do,you w-aunt to be sh-a-ved.l
RaVing satisfied himself that his
ghost was nothing•more or less than the
limb of is tree coming in contact with
the house, he again went to bed and at
tempted to get :Asleep ; but he was now
interrupted •by the peals of laughter
and an occasional volley of oaths and
curses where the gamblers were assem
bled. Thinking he could turn the late
discovery to his' 'advantage, he took a
sheet from the bed and wranped it
around him, and taking the•wash basin
in Ms hand, and throwing a towel over
his arm, proceeded to the room of the
gamblers, and suddenly throwing open
the door, walked in, exclaimed in a trem
' D you w-a-nt to be sh-a-ved ?'
Te !flied at the sudden appearance
of th ghost, the gamblers were thrown
into he greatest confusion. In attempt
ing to escape it, some jumped through
the windows, and others tumbling head
over heels doWn stairs. Our ghost, tak
ing advantage of a clear room, delibiir
ately swept a large amount of 'money
from the table into the basin and reti
red unseen to his own room:
The next morning he found the house
in the uttnost confusion. He was
mediately asked if he rested well, to
which he replied in the affirmitive.-
' Well, no wonder,' said the landlord,
for the ghost instead of going to his
own room, made a mistake , aud came
to ours, frightened us out of the room,
and took away every shilling of our
The ghost, without being the least
suspected, quietly ate his own break
fast and - departed, many pounds richer
by the adventure.
DEATH FROM DRINK - I*k} WII ESK Y.-
The Lockport papers of Saturday last
notice the death of a roan named Irving,
in Lockport,from drinking a• quart of
whisky. The LoMkport Union says:
"Irving had made a brag that lie could
drink half a gallon of whisky in two
hours. For the purpose of carrying out
his brag,.he went with several compan
ions into the saloon of "Dominick"
McCormick, In Lower Town. The pro
prietor of the saloon being out, It was
in charge of his . brother, Michael
McCormick. On entering the saloon,
Irving mentioned his being on time,
and readiness to . fulfill the brag; but
said he would improve on It, and drink
• 1 a uart of whisky in half an hour. The
w i isky was sent for to Seeley's grocery,
near by, and a pitcher was placed be
fore him. Filling an ordinary beer
glass full twice, Irving drank it down
without intermission. Waiting a few
i minutes he again drank the glass twice
filled. After another pause 'he tilled
the glass again, and drank that. This
is said to have completed the quart of
whisky, and all of It was drunk in much
. less than the time agreed upon. After
drlnkingthe whisky be Started for home
and was. found lying under a railroad
bridge. Irving drank the whisky on
Wednesday night and lived until Fri
day noon. When W I was ascertained
that Irving was dead Michael:. McCor
mick was arrested on a charge of man
slaughter in giving the liquor to the de
COULD NOT BE CHEATED.—A dealer
advertised' eye glasses, by Vie aid of
which a person, could read the finest
print., A well dressed man called •at
the counter one day, to be fitted to a
pair of spectacles. As he remarked
he had never worn any, some were
handed him that magnified very little.
He looked hard through them upon the
book set before him, but declared he
could make out nothin g . Another
.pair, of stronger power, were saddled
upon his nose, but as unsucces s f u lly , as
before. Further trials were made until
at, length the almost discouraged Idetiter
passed .to him a pair which maguined
more than all the rest in his stock The
customer, quite as impatient as _the
• merchant at having to try so many,
put on thelastpairand glowered through
them at the printed page with all his
" Can - you read that printing now ?"
inquired the er, pretty certain that
he had hit it right this time, at any
"Sure, not a bit," was the reply.
' Can you read at all?" asied Ole
Merchant, unable to conceal his velka
tlon any longer.
" Rade ,at all, is it!" cried the custo
mer ; " there's not a single word among
thcrn that I can identify the features
" I say, do you know how to read?"
exclaimed the dealer, impatiently.
" Out wld ye!" shouted the Irishman,
throwing down theapectacles in a huff.
"If I could rade, what cud I be after
buying a pair of\ spectacles for? Ye
chafe the people mitt the idea that yer
glasses 'ud help 'ern to rade print aisy
hut it's a big lie, it is! All, ye. blao t _
guard, ye thought I'd buy 'ern without
Tbo. 4,000 colored votes will froake
Delaware an out and out Wspublieen
Tiogo, County Agitator.
TIMS omco is well stocked with Type, Presses, &c ,
and has every advantage for doing
in a at:pallor manner, Ploia'or in Col. A rt Irvin u wen•
ding card to a etheotposter. Auy kind or sty lo ut work
done at thltoffleo, as follows:
Law Books, Pamphlets, Cards, lacltatlot•Carde,
land Bills, Programmes, Checks, Drafts, Butane,
Bill Heads, Circulars, Orders, Shipping Cards,
Business Cards, Paislopes, Tinted Plato Piloting,
Visiting Cards, Wedding . &c., &c., kc.
And ell other blanks constantly on hand;nd for sale
Deeds, warrantee, School Contract,
Deeds, quit-claim. Summons, Subpoenas,
Statement and Confession, Warrants, Executions,
Amicable Action, Indemnifying Bonds,
Bonds,Cobstable's Sale, Attachments, Jtidgment
Collector's Sale, Notes Petition and Bond
BlarrlagoCertlflcate, ( or App ' meut of Quattilan.
lAitd any other blanks not enumerated abase will be
printed to order on short notice.
Jia"Persous sending orders Mr 3011 WORK will get
ihelr Work promptly Juno and rotni lied. We shalt
spare no pains to ploade our i custornern in thin depart.
went. Those sending, wort 4, please state the size of
Job, kind of ink and paper iltsired.
VAN 14.'LDER & IldlrOffELL.
SEED POTATOES FOR SALE.--Early Rosa,
Climax, and Breeae Prolific.
Early Rose: the merits of this celebrated va
riety, are already well known—planted side by
side with the early Goodrich and York potatoes,
they matured twelve days in advance.
Climax potato: this variety speaks for its
self. From one pound of seed, the undersigind
received a yield of 123 pounds. It is h pot i atJ
of superior table quality.
The 'Breese Prolific matures about two weeks
later than the Early Rose—is •generally pro
ductive; often .exceeding a bundled told, nud
will prove a most valuabld variety for field
culture. It is also a potato of excelent table
Early Rose, SI 00
Feb. 23, '7O-tf.
BEE - HIVE EXCHANGE.
BUT AT DISCRETION!
Y 0.113 L e
that half a column of space veltli- half
an inch of reading matter don't help me
atter all. What d'ye do that for 1"- aaket less
than a million of my customers, when I api6haYbd
in blank: And, being tuckered out with trying
tb explain why I did it, I am forced to do it in
Know-ye, all good people, that I am doing a
Land Office Business,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUGARS, ALL GRADES, SYRUPS, MO
gIIOULDER'4 MACKEREL, WHITE
FISH, CISCOES, COD, HALI
BUT, AND 80 FORTH,
And I rim gelling cheap as I always do, and can
save country dealers their expenses to the little
city of Elmira, or the big city of New York.—
THE TEA TRADE
is one of my biggest, bkigh test, nod best th.,
You cannot get better
OOLONG OR GREEN YEAS,
than I can sell you. You may pa.
trontro the great American Tea Company, and
Then I can do you good. I have enough to Bet
Tioga County a ) ' .
TE - HE - ING
for the next 25 years. Besides no man base big
ger or better lot of
D 80 0 ,2% (St A1E01.40
hen I have, and am Belling them at a bargain,
i) in the )Sirocery. Line,
CANNED FRUITS, AND VEGETABLES,
' WOODEN WARE, CONFEC
not mixed as I mix them here, but in good order
I buy all tho
BUTTER AND CHEESE,
hat x can, and, almost everything also but teasels
Sign of tl4 BULL & BEE-HIVE.
Welleboro, Deo. 15, 1869
The way to Get Rich
Is to buP'your
where you oau buy thegi CIfEAPEST
A c3PLENDID LINE OP
CHOICE, WINTER GOODS,
inrchasedik the Bottom Market Prices,
HMV MDR CLOTHING
of every description, and clothing tondo to order
in the very hest Style, and warranted.
WILSON A, VAN VALKENBURO
Vall etioio,Dem.,l6, 186 g. * '
price per peck,
H. S. JOHNSTON,
-- limagv": .
1. 4 .14605' ,
W. T. AfATIIERS
You can do that at
Stoves.: Stexres.li .
AND FE A - RD IV A IKEI
llavingformed a partnership in the Tin, Stove
and Hardware trade, the undersigned have the
pleasure to announce that they have, dt a great
outlay, added to the usual stock of the old stand
MtIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete assortment of Shelf liardware i
of which we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, , SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, lIAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
• PUMPS, AXES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE- „
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP; BAR,
• & BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS ANIY STUFFERS
COMDINED. Ale°, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stook
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the best quality of
goods in our line; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOR TEE
Buckeye Mower & Reaper.
SASH - , DOORS. BLINDS.
AT FACTORY PRICES,
Always on hand or furnished to order, at
ROBERTS & BAILEY'S .Hardware
noBERTEI .V. BAILEY.
R. C. BAILEY.
Wellabor° , Jan. 1,1870-tf.
Ingham's Woolen Mills !
TIM subscribers will pay Cash, Full-Cloth,
Cassimeres, Flannels, &e., &0., for Wool.—
They also manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SHIRK
to suit customers. AU work warranted as rep-
resented. They invite particuldr attention to
their Water Proof
whiclibe-vrarrante4 in every respect. Partials
tar attiorion given to
ROLL J CARDING
INGHAM'S large steak of Caseimeree, Jzo., 25
per cent loss than any competitors, and warrant,
oil as represented.
INGHAM manufacture to order, And do all
kind!, of . Roll-Carding and ClOth Droning, and
INGHAM have as good an assortment o
Full Cloths, Oassimeres, &c.,
and givo more for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your
INGHAM wholesale and• retail at the Cow
mosque Mills, 2 miles below Knoxville.
Oar Cloths are warranted, and sold bye tho
DELANO it CO.. We!Moro,
T. L. BALDWIN CO., Tioga, Pa.
J. C. BENNETT, Covington, Pa.
J ~ .
.Pounds of Woo
JOSEPH INGRAM d SONS.
/'.loerflold, Jan. 1, 1870i41.
New Stock! New Goods!
SEARS & DERBY
ET AVE taken the new !store one.door above
UN Wright xt Bailey, !biro they are on hand
with a new steels of
BOOTS, BALMORALS, GAITERS,
BOOTEES, BROGANS AND
warranted to fit any foot from No. 0, to 13 in
clusive. The stock has boon seleoted by one
who has the advantage of
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE .
in the business, and is the best and fullest in the
oountry, Our stock of
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,
LININGS, BINDING, MO
• - ROOOO,
will be kept up as heretofore.
On Findings we shall bo found at home al
ways, and we shall endeavor to sell at prices
satisfactory to the trade. No won't be under
FOR HIDES, SKINS, AIRS & PELTS
Also the top of the Market for
But our boat hold will be on
O . 6STOM WORK!
There's comfort in a well made custom boot,
That tits the corns without too much compressing
For everybody knows a shabby foot
Cannot be compromised by overdressing.
And one may wear clean linen with's sal:
Of finest cloth, but there is no finessing
Will make a man with shabbily dressed. feet,
Look like a gentleman upon the street.i
Moir :. Buy your boots of I
BEARS & DERBY,
Or any other man. [Printer's Devil.]
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 11389—tf.
.I"GENT for. Kinney & 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 • wartivnted in every respect, equal to any
made. Can furnish any of the above at the
lowest Manufacturers price's. L. C. BENNET.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1, 1870—tf:
°use and Lot for Sale.
iIEIO 'E and Let, andavacant lot for sale
cheap. Location Wellsboto, and desirable.
nqnire sit the Agitator Office.
TO • THE FARRIERS OF
lAM now building at my manufactory,' n Lawranoe•
ville.a superior (
FANNING MILL )
whiohpossessesthe followingadvantagesover allother
I.lt separates rye,eats,rat litter , andfoulleads,and
ohessand cockle, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax eeed,taltesont yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
8, It cleanstimothy seed..
4. It does all othereoparatingrequired of 4 mill .
This mill is built of the best and most dprable Um
heroin goodstyle,and is sold cheap for coeh, or pro
I will fit a patent sieve, for separating oatsfrom
FOUNDRY &„ MACRIN,E SHOP 1
SEARS & AVERY, PROPRIETORS.
PLOWS, HORSE HOSES, OULTIVA
TORt, FIELD ROLLERS, KET—
,ALL sizes, SAP PANS,
. FIRMING UTENSILS, ALL
KINDS, WOOD MACHINES /OR
CHURN POWER ; ,THE TOMPKINS
COUNTY, HORSE POWER- EIGHT
AND TEN HORSE, CONSTANTLY
And also, everything usually found in a drat
We call particular attention to our MA
CHINE SHOP, which has been re-built with
new, and Brat-class
MACIII NII RY, L d TIIE
Iron PLANER, DRILL, ito. We employ none
but firat•olasa workmen, and are, therefore, pre
pared to do our work in the boat Style, and at
short notioe. We have recently added new
MACHINERY, for Planing and Matohing
boards. Call and see us. -
Jan. 5, 1870-Iy. SEARS A AVERY.
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. UNION .ACADEMY, '-
KNOXVILLE. T . 10021 00UNTY, PENN'A.
0.0. W4l n, Principal . •
Mrs. Ar a? W. Ifontort, Precoptiese.
Miss Mt Hams, Assistant.
Allea Est lisaurtr. Teacher of Music.
The Pallierna will Commence August 81. The Winter
Term November 30.• The Spring Term March 3. Each
Term to coral nuel2 wean. . .
. EXPENSES PEIt, TERM.. '
Tuition, Including rent and wood, Fall Term...... 511,60.
• .14 , 441 " 6 Winter. Term,. 1.3,60.
" ' " . Spring Term.... 12,60.
Day Sttntents 7,00.
Instrumental Music, (Plano, Organ or Melodeou).. 10,00.
Vocal MUM° 21
Otie of Instruments -2, .
Drawing and Paneling a,
Board per week. .... ... a,
Jan. 1. 1870-tf.
110118 Cattlo POWIIIII'S.
• , . .
~..r . . . This prepatation;leing and favorably
• - ? ktmern, Intl itbarwastaisvizetimate
f ---- . . tlenklAn dtavrtand law-spirited, tortes,
Aft 1 bi..o.redstli jlt, 441 .?elits,ing th e
-., priki - stoninhl4l4 Ihtestlltel. ' ' - .
.._:.- , • ' ' `. - It is a Sure pteeetititelif all diseases
• ----... •- G Incideat.to this mimed; abide Is LUNG
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LOSSUP-AP VIAND ',VITAL:- - = •"'
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gnta i th And lowa Appn o -Ap i t . . ,
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' , :. 1. Ttailtstepteestf :Cows this broiuti.
b115.144,V011n1t1c JI lika mg" yr.
~., * frgt bisMil, , t gaper,
." i• 1 -• ( Isati•U crittillto ' 'Um
_ • Rir z." O... .111,gi :milk and. twitty
Ow qult.ll;4l - zoOn tbs. butter dr&
, ':•• - -,• "to lirg: l iar strig,cot ll it
ni Witt . ' • "" ' • '
' ' " '• •-•• ' .i.: L . .. ' ' ' I.' ' . ~ - "1. - 0 tr: Y. , ' ', 1 ' .
In ali 111 "m' 'gamine; suclau
I to , 4=r , ecolicAttl4 4l h4.
halls ispet to a pogo ha „e 4 or, .• A :
n►itlilscabovidisesies be tradli ,
Imalikireadrelemtet, atm, 4 ;,rgs .
Lac-throe., . • ---
ciau!Dar 4LS wpaigna. • AfIT r;
- • - - DrAlLer IDI 0 IlSkr M d.
Par sale by Droights and Stareteopers.througliont
ttaXlittitat Rua, caradl44 styl South Atzeries.
Tan. 5, 1870-Im.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
CANNED FRUITS AND
WOOD 4:t WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
• CROCKERY WARE,
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS 4
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &c., &o.
A fall and complete aesortment,of the above
mentioned goods of the best quality always on
Particular attention paid to Pine Groceries
Dealers apd Consumers will find it to their in
tercet to exasninthisiStock before buying.
Corning, N. Y., rit 1, 1870.
The Biggest Thing Yet
AND NO HUMBUG
A 8 there is a certain "foul-play" practiced in
21. this community. the diselodure., , of which
would stir up the people generally, We. therefore
propose to tell no one except those who call at
Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
and aich•like aro always needed in any oommu
nity to preserve the health, and gladden the
hearts of the mamas. .
The expected time has come
And the story must be tol d;
We sell goods as cheap as anywhere,
To avoid people being sold.
KELLEY don't propose to enumerate the ar.
tides In store, but simply say that ho has a way
of dealing with his customers, Bo se to make
little money buy a
I am sure you we can please,
With nice goods and Japanned Teas
For all are offered very low,
To keep the masses on the go. •
SALE ROOM and FACTORY opposite Dartt'a
Wagon Shop Main Street, where he is pre-
pared to furnish Cabinet Ware of any kind to
those in want. •
Orderepromptly filled and eatiefaotiongnaran•
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
Wellsboro, Jan. 1,1870. J. STICI(LIN.
; Valuable. .Farm for Sale.,
1 farm of three hundred sores, with two hun.
drod and twenty-five acres improved. :M
-att two miles north of Tioga Village, on the
logs River and Railroad. Well watttered, un
der a good state of cultivation, and goottbuild
tugs. Also four houses and lot si for sale in Tioga
village. T. L . BALDW IN.
_ Vega, Jan. 1, 11370-tf.
Grocery and Provision Store,
CORNING, N. it.
FOREIGN do DOMESTIC, GREEN 4%
C. B. KELLEY'S STORE
BO I SAY,
Come in you jolly farmers,
I won't detain you long;
Bit down awhile contentented,
Until I reveal the wrong. . •
EOM 011' SOCEDS 2
For a full explanation of the above statement,
drop in and see
rmaker, Turner, and
March 30, 1870
Dr. 11A. R. Phllfps,
Trimplumiersigned respectfally askackunoes to the
citisous of Westdolkand-mcrountlint noun•
try that he ie rinxisoantly,JuoOkd ill this place.
He is fully iiropirod to-do. ill kind; of
in -the highest' style of the art. Srtlefaetion
guarranteed. co over Seovill's Drug Store.
Fine Fhotogra he can haled over the Drug
Store. ' KLILLIPS.
4,Fsitteld, Ps,, June SO,. El i n 941 y.
WHOLINALE DREG STORII.
FtRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S FLUID, EX-
BURNETT'S 0000AINE, FLAVORING
EXTRA.OTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCK
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE-
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested
to 0411 and get quotations before going further
Oorning,•N. Y., Jan. 1,1870-ly
Nv . ANTED,
AT THE NILES VALLEY STEAM
10,000 Bus. Ours,
10,000 " Oate, and any amount of
good wheat. IJ. B. DIMON & Co.
IHAVE bought the right to usoi the Paton
Elastic Roofing In Tioga County, and am
now prepared to put on roofs cheap add in good
workmanliko manner. This roofing is fire and
water proof. I refer to Maus. Wright A Bai
ley, Toles & Barker, and C. L. Willcox, where
eamplos can be seen and roofs in uso.
IVellsboro, Jan .1, 1870-tf.
B. HOLLIDAY, Proprietor. .A large and
B, commodious House, located in tho
diato vicinity of all the County buildings, with
large and commodious barns attached, -
'James Hallett acts as hostler, and will
always be found on hand, attentive to business.
Jan. 5,1870.—1 y
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,
SETH WATKINS respectfully informs the
public that he has established a
at the barn on the premises lately owned by R.
0 Simi..., Ra g ., 1.7..t0d on, Pearl and Crafton
greets Wellaboro. alias` Co keep good hor
ses and wagons, and, intends to please. Prices
Double and single,teams tarnished.
HAVING completed hie new Cabinet Ware
house on Main street, Wellsboro, has stock
ed it with a large and superior assorted stock o
Chamber Suits, Walnut, Ash, Maple
from $l5O down, and as cheap
as the same goods can be bp . '
in the cities, freight added.
Ptirlor Suits, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogany, Reps or Hair Cloth,
from $125 down. Also, IA
SOFAS, LOUNGES, COUCHES, DETE-
Center Tables, Walnut or Marble Tops
Looking Glasses, Brackets Pa
per Racks, Rocking Chairs,
I am manufacturing ae usual, and intend to
keep a lull stock of ware, h'omo and oily made
at all times. My Ware Rooms are spacious and
neat, and. now contain the largest, costliest and
beet stook of Furniture ever brought into the
WALKER & LATUROP,
DEALERS IN •
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
TO YES, TIN- WARE,
BELTING, SAWS, CUTLERY,
Carriage and . Httrness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLES, &o.
Corning, N.Y., Jan. 2, 1870-Iy.
C. F. & 0. Moore,
LIVERY AND EXCHANGE STABLES
Wellsboro, Pa. Office and Stables on Water
Street, in rear of Court House. They will fur
nish horses, single or double, with Buggies, or
Carrliges, at abort notice. jLong experience in
the business enables the proprietors to announce
with dot:Mance they can met any reasonable de
mands in their line. Driverifurniabed, if desired
and passengers carried to any part of thecountry.
Thankful for past favors, they invite continuance
of custom. Terms reasonable.
ADMIN;STRATOR'S NOTICE. - Letters of
Administration having been granted to the
underaigned upon the estate of John Howland,
late of Deerfield twp., deed, all persona indebted
to said decedent or claiming against the same,
mast settle with B. BOWEN, Ader.
March 16, 1870.-60
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
Administration,having been granted on the
estate of Ira Bullock, deceased, late of Middle-.
bury, all those indebted to said estate are reques
ted to make immediate payment, and those hav—
ing claims against it to present them to
GEORGE D. KEENEY,
'Middlebury, March 30, 1870. tit Adn3'r.
NOTIOE.—Ran away from the subscriber,
Edwin D. Bennett, an indentured appren
tice, without any just cause or provocation; and
I hereby forbid all persons harboring or trusting
him on my account, as I will pay no debts of his
contracting y MARTIN STEVENS.
Middletnt , AgrllB,lB7o
CORNING, N. Y.
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND WYE COLORS,
` FINED OIL
W. D. TERBELL & CO
by MARTIAL A. DURIF.
Livery for Hire,
Furniture ! Furniture!
B. T. VAN HORN,
&0., to., Jo.,
with Upholstery to suit.
Wholesale and Retail.
Planing and Matching,
SOROLL SAWING A.MOULDING,
done to ordor at the Factory
Jan. 1, 1869-tf. B. T. VAN BO] N
RAILWAY .TI ' TABLES.
UN and alter MONDAY, Nov. 1ntb.1869, Trains
will leave Corning, et tlie following hours, viz :
12,35 is m EXPRESS.M.AIL, Sundays excepted, for
nuttalo, Dunkirk und Cloveland, connecting with
trains fur the West. A slurping Coach' is attached to
this train running through to Butlaio.
6,42 a. In., Vela EXt'IIESS, daily for Um:h
al/tar Itullale, Dunkirk, Cle'voland and Mein
nattl, making direct eaten/action with trains
Grand Wrunk. and Lake Shorn Railways at Duna m.
Dunkirk and Cleveland for all points West, and at
Ulnelnnattl with the Ohio and Mississippi and ',ollie.
villa Short Liles Railways (or the South and South.
10,20 a. m., MAIL TRAIN', Blind ys exceptc 7 d, for
Bunalo and Dunkirk.
12,05 p. m•, WAY FEBIGII Orin tys excepted.
L 45 P.m., 13A,LT1MO/tE R RES 'Suntiaysexcept
ed, for Rocha6ter and Buffs c, via on.
6,00 p. in., EMIGRANT TRAIN, dal y, fur the West,
7,38 p. tn., DAY EXPRESS, litindays excepted, for
Rochester, Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati,
and the South Stops at drincipal etatlon9 mid con
nects points on main lino.
New and imptoved Drawing Room Coaches accompany
Oda train trout New York to I.lllllalo.ltUd Bleeping
Cottcpes attached ut ilornellivllle, running through
to Cleveland and Galion without change.
4,45 a. in., CINCINNATI rx PRESS, Mondays ex.-
Copted, connecting at Elmira for Williamsport,
Itarrisburg and the South; also at Elmira for Cu Mal.
daigua; at Waverly with train of Lehigh valley Rail
way ; at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for Coo.
porstuwn and Albany ; and at Now York with steam
era and afternoon Express trains for New England
cities. Jar Sleeping coaches Accompany this train
to New York. :•
11,4541. in. DAY EXPRESS, Suudaya excepted,
connecting ut Jersey Xity with midnight express
train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Ah-o
stops at printlipal statsons and connecting points ou
New and improied Drawing Mom Conches accomi.any
this train to New York.
1,10 P. in., WAY FILELOUT, Sundays excepted,.
12,20 Y. m., ia.MIKA MAIL, Sundays excepted.
4,42 t' . to., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
Sunday', excepted connecting at Elmira for the
South. t f
7,58 p.m., LIeIIITNIND EXPRESS, Daily, connect
ing ut Jersey City with morning Exo.a.al Datil of
New Jersey Ituaroad tor Baltimore and %Vaunt ug tun;
and at Now York with' morning Exprelie titan fur
Boston ar New Engiuud; Myr atop* at
cipal stir ions and con rAttitig points ou wail. line. %.
kiloepluepoaches accumph . ny thir.traii through qa N:aw
BAGGAGE CILIWKIP TiIIWUGII
Xlfir A ievieed and complete “Pocku t Time Table" o f
Passenger Tralueuuthetirloßailway and carler:Hug
Linea, tias recently beau published, and can bu proetir
ed on application to„the Ticket Agent of the Company
WAI. It. liAltit, L. L.IUCREIt,
(long Agen t tien'l
Bloosbnrg& Corning, & Tioga R. R
Ttainswillrun as follows untitfurtlier notice
Accounmodation—Leaved Blosaburg at 7,50 a. m.. Mans
field at 8,40 Tioga at 9,20. Lau rouctiv II le iitlo
arriviug at Corning ut 11,10
Mall—Loavesltiosuburg at 1,30 p. m.,slnuall I i at 2,15,
Tioga at 2,45, Lawroncevillo at 3,:U—arriving at
Coraing at 4.30 p. .
all-,-LeaVebUtaning ut 8,00 LawroncoxLilt at
9,03, Tioga at 9,45, blantifiald at 10,22—al iving at
)±.Blous-burg at 11,00
'Accommodation—Leaireu Corning at 2,4 U p.
9toncoville ht 3,65 Tioga ut 4.46, Manatialii at 5,20*
Orriving at Illtnitiburg at 0,15 p. 11l
Northorn Central R.ll
TRAINS FOR TILE NORTH.
TraludforCanandaguia leavu Elmira ad follow b
Exproga fastest train on road] 12 2u ain
Mail 11 00 p
Way Ft ulttlit,[paseongor coach attached] o 20 a m
On and attot Nov. 15, 1809, train.* will arrive. and
depart from Troy, as follow.;
LEAVE NORT HWA R D
10 36 a. m.—Daily(oxcept Sundays) for Elmira ; Eutfa
lo, Canandaigua, 11.ot:beater, Suep. Bridge aud tho
958 a. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira and
buffalo,via Erie Railway from Elmira.
728 A. m.—Dally(except Sundays) fur BultlMOrO t
955 P. m.—Daily (except Sundays) ,for ,for Baltimore*
Was . tngton and Philadelphia.
ALFR • • R. F/SKE ED.S.IYOU.NG
Gen' kuptalarrlibur g , Deu'l Pass. Ag't
T. L. BALDWIN 81 CO'S
and see a nice stock of Goods for the
FALL & WINTER,.
Zuki32lllZ 5,11311C0 000111;
—all styles, colors and patterns—
; ALPACAS, POPLINS, CAMI3 N RICAS
FRENCH JACONEFS , ORGA DIES,
PEQUAS, VERSAILES, BLACKI: ,
AND COLORED SILKS;
BEAUTIFUL Winter ' SHAWLS
and a large assortment to select from
CLOAKS READY—MADE, AND CLOT!
- TO MAKE MORE, ALL KINDS OF
LININGS, FRINGES, TASSELS
&0., TO TRIM DRESSES
OR SACQUES. ,
—Our stook of—
oan't bo boat. It koopa up with oviwything the
Yankees have thought of so far.
1100 P SKIRTS, BALMORAL SKIRTS
too numerous to mention; but will say that you
will seldom find so largo an assortment to select
from in a country store, and -clear down to tho
We also keep a largo assortment of
in suits, and part of suite. Should wo fail to
suit you with roly-mado, wo havo Caesimoro
A TAILOR TO CUT AND FIT
Boots and Shoes,
all styles and sizes.
HATS AND CAPS, STRAW GOODS;
AND GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, A COMPLETKIINE OF
CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE,
HARD WARE, SHELF HARD
WARE, AILS, IRON,
Locks, Latches, Carpenters' Tools.
A GENIRAL STOCK 'OF
Fresh. TEAS aro 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
E. HOWE SEWING MACHINE
F-- , --I----W----X
Farmers, if yon want tools to work with drop to
SALT, LIME, PLASTER, PORK, PLOLT,R
Lime, Cayuga Plaster, &o .
Bu,tter tubs, Pails. Firkins, and Ashton Salt to
flavor with. All kinds of Farm Produce want
ed. Prices can't bo beat.
• T. L. BALDWIN k 00.
'Bogs, Pa., Jan.l-1, 1r). •
COVINGTON, Sin FACTORy
D. S. 44 IL G. IRELAN, Propriotorg
THE subscribers would Buy to the publietlat
thy aro prepared to mako oq furnish
SASH AND BLINDS,
DOORS, PALING, SCROLL
Lumber and Shingles
Price list for SaiL primed and glazed per ligLt
8 by 10-12 i cents.
9 by 13. 8 by 10 by 12, 15 cents
10 by 14, 9 !by 14, 16 cents.•
10 by 16, 20 cents.
Our work is made of tbe'bost seasoned luwitr
and in the best manner. Call and sea us.
Jan. 5, 167C-ly
ln l surance Agency.
I= WELLSBORO, PA.
Ottel Capital over $20,000,000
FIRST-CLASS CO'B-NONE BETTER
RATES AS LOW as any good Compaeiti
will take. policies ou dwellings arid fats
property written at this office, and dcliveteil 01
payment of premium.
Are You Insured "f
It costa but little, particularly to insure dirm,
ings, farm property, and ; contenta.. : ; Dettahti
dwellings and farm property inaured ;C ur )tar,
for one per centunt and expense of 4mlic),
A house, detached 100 or more insured Lr
$lOOO or 3 years, ati an expense of $11,50. Oct,
s3,B3iii year! AS'lnat/ tax—good thing in cuts cf
fire. Furniture, provisions, bedding do., at a t
same rates. There is no excuse,
Everyone Should be Insured
of with me, Smith .t. 'Merrick will do it just
as eap, and just as well. (Gratis, gentleiseh..
I a citild be glad however, to kfriond enough o,
thi manner to pay for advertising.
... JNO. I. MITCHELL.
1 ellsboro, Jan: 1, 1870-tf. .
Now Then .
Them Things is Arm
E VERY thing is lovely, and the Quer Liles depends from a sublime attitude.
You will Please lObserve,
7 05 p tu
that the beat luatured wan in Town haring t„
ticed the wants of the public, and having tßaa.
tifully supplied himself with almost overyd,iri
whieh this world c •rk afford to appease them
noel I, l ,erievolontly prt poses to 0110t1 the te_ fore the people, and say to all, old and ycLtg,
black and white, rich and pc.nr,
You pay your Money and you take youi
Don't stand out in the cold expoced to tbe el.
ements and to the Sting of the neighbor, het
but pullitho latch atrirg, it is, always out in but
iooss boors, Cto.
The large hearted proprietor, or his urbte
good natured clerk will conduct you, as it live
throug i ll a
filled with raviAini
lat. A OARDEN OF 4.10E5, in 'Ala
every thing Spicy,froin 'Lunt g to'cayenne pep
per ma , - be seen and procured',
2d, A GARDEN OF SWEETS, in which er•
ery variety of Saccharine delights, both solid and
liquid may bo had by tho stick, pound or gallop,
and of such flavor and complexion as will make
every aching sweet tooth in your head fairly
jump with delight. Should you be pomologi•
cally inclined, this humane individual will con.
duct you into a
GARDEN OF FRUITS, in 'which almost it•
ery variety of luscious things to be found giet.
ered from the four quarters of the globe, will It
shown to satiety your largest longings. (Wage'
from Cuba, Lemons from Florida, Prunes . iris
Turkey, Raisins from Malaga, Currants from as
Grecian Archipelago; ' ; Peaches dried and CALL.
ed along with a groat variety of Canned FTUill
from the Jerseys; Dates from Syria, and Di'
from Asia Minor. No and to the supply i ? f every
species of N UTS from 3 Continon ts.
THE TEA GARDEN will next i commend
your attention; tho warm decoction of the Chat
loaf and the Java bean have become almost uci.
versed beverages, and if not swallowed too hot et
to strong, the mild stimulants aro esteemed it
eminently promotive of comfort and sociality.—
What company of elderly ladies could ever pert
in peace without them? Now your friend the
GARDNER, will be most happy to show
all this. Ho will ask you politely to look at Llt
Tea. You are welcome to try every chest hrJ
see if GUN POWDER, •Scitiohong ORM
HYSON, kc., which flavor you like, but or 111
the other styles whose jaw cracking names null!
be dangerous to pronounce, COFFEES, in every
style, ditto, ditto, ditto.
The Lenqficent proprietor of tLis mammoth e:
tablishruent r out of sheer good will, and if yr.:
will Lelieverhitn for no other motive than your
interest and hid, has at vfist expense establiebel
at the same' place an immense depot of Pros's.
ions, consisting of
F 4 lour, Pork, Lard, Codfish, White Fish
Sword Fish, &c., &c:
Mel, Hams, Butter , Trout, Blue Fib.
Halibut, &c.-, &c.
All cirbich he intends to gall at a profit, on the
princ plo of '•live and let live ." lie gencraPl
propopes also to receive in exchange nil tho pin,
ducts of your farm and dairies,and it is said con
fidentially to the public, that, ho never refute
Tho'-it irks him wret4edly to keep it. do
anklet's is ho. that ;he ddar people should war
laething whatever that money can buy of
Wollsboro, Jan. 1, 1870
HARNESS 'SHOP T
NAVLE, would },ay to his friend
• that his Harness Shop is now in full blari
and that he is prepared to furnish henry or ligb
on short notice, in a good and substantial Duo
ner, and at prices that can't fail to suit.
The beet workmen are employed, and none ba
the best material used. Call and see
Die. 9, lB6B—ly
I ia as Ix ie Jai mi. c e !
MR. A. L. MONROE, is the authorized
Agent for Tioga and Potter Counties , to
effect insurance in the
Wyciming Insuranoe CompanY.
London, Liverpool & Globe, C e ap a i P t i o t l ° , l SWOri' ' . o4
Ile will canvass the county during the week ex
cept Saturdays, when ho will be found at the
office of John. I. MitchellOo attend to rill ITV
may give him a call. " i A. L. I'iIQ.NROE .
Sept. 22, 1869-3m.*
THE Subscriber will open a School in . the
village of Osceola, on Monday, March iib.
1870, and continue twelve weeks.
RATES OF TUITION
Common Bogliab, ....-......
. 00 .
Feb. 9,—tf. C. C. WARD, Principal.
L. A. GARDNER
G. W. NAVLE