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Littlu fresh CI. ets,
Born in the a d'woud ;
Tim , cent ehililho 4(
S.•,ILy at, the stlitvit
• 41,1116 UFO.
Vitt . as thA nil. air,
r • 64 RuinlorY:itntl merry..
' Blue r•)es and l.nxcl (yes
Peq from the hedges,
Shaded by sun bonnets,
'Frayed at the edges:
Up in the apple trees.
, Heedless of danger.
Manle;ol iu embryo
Stares at the Etrang‘r.
Out in the 1114 patch,
t l Seeking the berries—
Under the orchard tree,
Feasting on aherrieA—
Tramping the clover blossoms
Down 'tuong the gra , ses,
No voieo to hinder them.
Dear lads and las ea !
No grim propriety— t.
Free ns the birdlings
From city restriction!
Coining the pure.t. blood,
Strength'ning each muscle,
Donning health armor
"Gainet lifo's coming bustle
Dear lieu inbeeen4!
Born In the tvild wood !
Oh, that 01l little ories
Had such a childhood.;
God's blu'e :Tread over them,
clod's green beneath them,
No sweeter heritage
Could we bequeath them ?
CULTURE OF STRAWDERRI Es.--Straw
berry vines require a rich, dry and mel
low soil, and thorough mulching. This
is all that good 'bearing vines need to
produce an abundehee of fruit. Keep
poultry away froul the vines in the for
mer part of the - growing season, as they
will "pick all 'the buds out," and des
tro-y the crop cf fruit. Do not allow a
hoe - nor any other tool that will mutil
ate thp-roots, to.he used near the hills,
until after the crop has been gathered.
Many people have all their strawberries
destroyed by poultry, and by hues; ; t ad
- ,theu lay the failure to the varietyi Let
the gr i nutid be mulched early in the
. Spring, with straw, or - coarse manure,
or anything that will keep the' ground
moist - and prevent the grass and weeds
from growing. Oct the plants from a
bed ; that beats; and the vines will he
sure to yield the fruit. For many sea
sons I t;,ould never raise any strawber
ries, siniply because the hens devoured
all the fi uit producing buds. Straw
berry Tla its set promptly in the spring
will grow and flourish as early as a po
tatepat-ch, while those set in the-latter
part of the summer require the utmost
care to keep them alive,• by supplying
moisture and shade to protect them
from the scorching . -on. Next spring
the few plants that may have stood the
unnatural treatme - ntwill he smothered
iu a rank gro w i t li of grass, that will re
quire inure latagr and expetise to keep
down. - than-!;- would pay for all the
strawberries that would lyroxy on the
weakly plants thus treated. :Strawber
ries planted in the fall require so much
More laior and attention to make them
sucgeedtilian when planted in the spring
that it Can only be recommended when
the object is to obtain sonic new and
choice variety, the value of whieh will
compensate for the extra care required
to grow a few . plants out ot seasoti-
Work in g Rimier.
SALTING CABBAGE: PLANTS.-A eor
-1 respondent of the ithieric./4 Agricultur
ist considers salt necessay to the devel
opmentof cabbage, especially in places
far from the coast. Helinds them more
crisp, of better flavor, and to keep bet
ter when salt is used, than without.—
He uses it as follows : " A few days
after setting out the plants, and when
they are damp, either after a rain or
when the dew is on, I take email dish
of fine salt and walk among the rows,
sprinkling a little pinch of snit on the
centre leaves 'of each plant ; - when- the
leaves begin to grow, I repeat the salt
ing, and when th 6 centre. leaves begin
to form the head,. I
_apply salt again,
scattering it over the i leaves ; after this
I look it over occasionitlly,and if I find
any plants that do not bead well or ap
pear diseased, I sprinkle the salt over
freely-; this will save all such plabp.—
A quart of salt is sufficient for 500
plants in a season, although more can'
be used with safety.
Here is the latest story •from Paris—a
conversation between two friends on the
Bourse : ' How are you ?' *t as well
as I might be.' So much the worse.=
What have you been doing, that I have
not seen you lately ?" I have got mar
ried.' ,So much the better.' Not at
all, for I have got It coquette for a wife.'
So much the worse.' Not at all, for
her dowry is 300,000 francs." So much
the better.' Not at all, for I risked the
money at play." $o much the worAe.'
Not at all, for I doubled IL' much
, the better.' `Not at all, for my banker
has absconded." So much the worse.'
'Not at all, for my wife has gone with
THE mqching of young frnit trees is
being practiced to a considerable extent;
but some people commit an error in pltr .
cing the mulch too close around the
trunks of the trees. It should aliVays
be noticed, that the roots of trees gener+
ally, extend laterally to a diameter
equalling that of the height of trees in
their naturui growth and thereforO
mulch, itOorder to be of the most bene
fit, should extend far enough to cover
the roots. Trees that have been set nut
but one or , two years, where roots wed
4m setting out cut to a diameter of for r
or five feet, will of course require mulch
ing over an area of more than six or
seven feet in diameter.
Judge Grier, of the U. S. Supreme
Court, Was once trying a case in Penne
Sylvania. A blundering jury returned
an unjust verdict. As the Clerk turned
to receive it, Judge Grier, said ;
Mr. Clerk, that verdict is set aside
by the Court. It may as well be under
stood that in this State id takes thirteen
men to steal a man's fare.' •
An old lady gave this as her idea of a
great man : ' One who is keerful of his
'clothes, don't drink spirits, kin read the
Bible without spellin' the words, and
eat a cold dinner on a wash day with
An intelligent gentleman' from Ger
many, on hie fiist visit to an'American
church ; lad a contribution box, with a
hole in the top, presented to him. He
whispered to the,iollector, ' I don't got
mein taper, and cau't vote.'
"Miss," said a high struug swain to 'a
rural dulcinea, "let us walk , yondet
meadow where clover liztju- blossom
and the amorous' zephyr 3 -; play." 0,
darn the amorous heifers she replied,
"I see enough of them on dad's ,farm."
•The nickel coined in the mints of the
United States costs the Government be
tween. $1,22 and 1,25 per pound;
4• , - I"
p 6. 4_
S office to r vroll atocliod wail Tspo, Pres ea, &c.,
and has cry advantage for doing
in a superior manubr, Plaintor in Colors, from a wed
ding curd to a sheet poster. Any kit dor style of work
done at this Oleo, as follows:
Law Books, Pamphlets, Cart, I vitalism Cards,
B and Bills, Programmes, Ch ks, rafts, Details,
Bill Beads Circulars, Or srs, ipping Cards,
Business eards, Xnvelopes, Tinted P ate Printing.
Visiting Cards, 'Wedding Ic., • &c., • Ae,'.
Juotice Blank !4; -•:
And all other blanks conetantly on hand and for sale
Deeds, warrantee, I School Contract,
Docile, quit claim., Summons, Subpnesas,
Statement and Confetston, Warrants, Executions,
Amicable Action, Indotunifying Bonds;
Bonds, Constable's Sale, Attachments, Judgment
Collector's Bale, Notes, Petition and Bond
Atarriage Cart ideate, for App'ment of Guardian.
And any other blanks not enumerated above will be
printed to order on abort notice.
,Persons Bending orders for JOB WORK will get
their work promptly done and returned. We shall
spare no pains to please our customers in this depart-
ment. Those sending work, please state the size of
Job, kind of ink and paper desired.
BEE - HIVE EXCHANGE.
il=ilT AT DISCRETION!
YOU see that half a coluMn of space with half
•an inch of reading matter don't help.me
after all. What d'stc do that for?"' asked less
than a million of my customers, when I appeared
in blank. And, being tuckered out with trying
to explain why, I did it, I am• forced to do it in
Know ye, all good people, that I am doing • a
Land Offico Business,
WHOLESALE Si RETAIL
SUGARS, ALL GRADES, SYRUPS, NO
LASSES, PORK, HAMS,
SHOULDERS, MACKER:EL, WHITE
FISH, CISCOES, COD, HALI
BUT, AND SO FORTH,
And I-am selling nheap as I-always do, and can
save country dealirs their expenses to the little
city of Elmira, or the big city of Now York.—
THE TEA THE
is on of my biggest, brightest, and beet things,
You cannot get bettor
OOLONG OR - GREEN TEAS,
or clie4or, than I can sell you. You may pa
tronize tho (fruit American Tea Cumpiny, and
ihen I can do you good. I have enough to set
Tioga County a '
TE HE ING
for the next 25 years. Besides no roan Ilion big
ger or'better lot of
30013 it 0E41;4
then I have, and am 'selling them at a bargain.
in the Grocery Line,
CANNED FRUITS, AND VEGETABLES,
WOODEN WARE, CONFEC
TIONERY, i I L,
- . ~
not mixed as I mix them here, but 41 good order.
I buy all the J
BUTTER AND CHEESE,
bat I can, and almost everything else but teasels
Sign of tho BULL Sr. BEE•BIVE
Virepoboro, Dec. 15, 1869. 1
- r ET it be distinctly understood to the inbab
ierintslaUd citizens of Wellsboro, that we
,1 and any other article in the
Drums Li me;
cheaper than can be sold by any other firm in
Tioga County; further wo do affirm that no man
oan undersell us unless they receive gOods by
. 'We have just received ft:pm N. r .,
35,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER
boughtiat the present Gold prices !$l,ll, which
we will sell cheaper than any other,drm west of
N. Y. Call and examine, and we are certain
that we can please in Price and quality, and if
not suited. we will pay you for your time in
P. R. WILLIAMS & CO
y;tellaboro, April 6, 1870.
BOOS AGENTS WANTED POR STRUG
GLEES AND TRIUMPHS OP
P. T. BARIUM.
WRITTEN BY HIMSELF IN ONE LARGE OCTAVO VOLUME—
NEARLY 800 PAGES—PRINTED 1714/ ENOLISII AND GERMAN
33 ELEGANT FULL P)O5 ENGRAVINGS:
It Embraces FORTY YEARS REcom.rerrous of his Busy
Life, as a Alerc ant , Manager, Banker, Lecturer and
Ehowman, and ves accounts of Me-Imprisonment,
his Failure, hill uccessful European Touts, and im
portant Historical and Personal Reminiscences, re
plete with Humor Anecdotes and Entertaining Narra
tive, No book published so acceptable to all classes.
Every one wants It. Agents are selling from 60 to 100
a week. Wo offer extra terms. Our Illustrated Cats.
logao and Terme to Agents sent free.
J. B.IIIIRR & CO., Publishers, Hartfold, Conn.
A. House and lot on Pearl Street, 2d hones
South of district sohool house. Enquire on
VAN QELDER & MITCHELL.
W. T. MATIIERS.
Havingforneed a partnership in the Tin, Stove
and Hardti . like trade, the undersigned have the
pleasure to announce that they have, at a great
outlay, added to the nsual stock of tho old stand
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of whioh we enumerate the following aitiolee:
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, ,X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
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 AND STUFFERS.
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few of the many articles composing our stook
We invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. We aim to keep the boat quality of
goods in our line; and all work to order done
promptly and well. .
AGENTS FOR THE
Buckeye Mower & Reaper.
SASH, DOORS., BLINDS
AT FACTORY PRICES
Always on hand or furnished to order, at
_ROBERTS & BAILEY'S Hardware
ROBERTS fr. BAILEY:
CR. • BAILEY.
Ingham's Woolen' Mills 1
THE subscrigers will pay Cash, Full-Cloth,
Cassimeres, Flannels, &0., &0., for Wool.—
Theyalso manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR o‘i SHIRES,
to Suit customers. All work warranted as rep
resented. They invite particular attention to
their Water Proof
which are warrantedin every respect. Partion
lar attention given to
ROLL - CARDING
INGHAM'S large stock of Cassimeres, &0., 25
per cent less than any competitors, and warrant,
ed as represented.
INGHAMS manufacture to order, ar4d do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and Cloth Dresai6g, and
INGHAMS have as good an assortment -.
Full Cloths, Casshneros, Sm.,
and give more for Waol in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your
INGHAMS wholesale and retail at the C6w
anesqne Mills, 2 miles below Knoxville.
Our Cloths are warranted, and sold by the
DELANO .t CO.. We!labor°, Pa.
T. L. BALDWIN & CO., Tioga, Pa
J. C. BENNETT, Covington, Pa.
100,000 Pounds of Woo
JOSEPH INGHAM A SONS.
Deerfield, Jan. 1, 1870-tf.
Now. Stock! New Goods
SEARS . Sc DERBY' ~•
ET AVE taken the new store one door above
I - 11 Wright & Bailey, where they are 'on hand
with a now stock of
BOOTS, BALMORALS, GAITERS,
BOOTEES, - BROGANS AND
warranted to.flt arty_root from No. 0, to IS in
clusive. The stock has been selected by one
who has the advantage of
TIIIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
in the btdneaa,and to the beet and fullest in the
country; Oar stook of
FRENC}A CALF, FRENCH SIP, UP
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,
LININGS, BINDING, MO
ROCCO, &G., •
will be kept up as keroti3foro.
On Findings we shall be found at home al
ways, and we shall endeavor , to soli at prices
satisfactory to the trade. We' won't be under
FOR HIDES, SKINS, FURS & PELTS.
Also tho top of tho Market for
But our Vest hold will bo on
There's comfort Ina well made custom boot,
at fits the corns without too much compressing
For everybody knows a shabby foot
Cannot bo 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.
Buy your boots of
SEARS & DERBY,
Or any other man. [Printer's
Wollsboro, Jan. 1, 1869—tf.
lAM AGENT 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 warranted in every respect, equal to any
made. Can furnish any of the above qt the
lowest Manufacturers price's. L. C. BENNET.
Welloboro, Jan. 1, 1870—tf.
House and Lot for Sale.
Tx OUSE and, Lot, and vacant' lot for Bale
oheap. Location Wellaboro, and desirable.
Inquireat tho Agitator Office.
Jan. 1, 1870—tf.
TO THE FARMERS 4IF
T AM now building at my manufactory,in Lawrence•
FANNING MILL •
whichpossesses the followingadvantagesover allother
I.lt separates rye,oats,rat litter,andfoniseeds,and
chessand cockle, from wheat.
2."1t cleans flax seed,takesont yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
3, It cleanstimothy seed.
• . e s. It does all otherseparatingrequiredof a mill .
This mill is built oftho best and most durable
bar, in good style, and is sold cheap for cash, or pro
Iwill fit a patent sieve, for separating oatsfrom
Lawroncevillejan.l,lB7o 7 4 f
FOUNDRY S HOP
A, MACHINE OHOP 1
WELLSB ORO, PA.
SEARS & AVERY, PROPRIETORS.
PLOWS, HORSE HOSES, CULTIVA
TORS, FIELD ROLLERS, KET
TLES, ALL SIZES, SAP PANS,
FARMING UTENSILS, . ALL
BINDS, WOOD MACHINES Fpri,
CHURN POWER ; THE TOMPKINS
COUNTY, HORSE POWER- EIGHT
AND TEN HORSE, CONSTANTLY
And also, everything usually found in a first
We call particular attention to our MA
CHINE SHOP, which has boon re-built with
new, and first-class
Iron PLANER, DRILL, &c. We employ none
bat first-class workmen, and are, therefore, pre
pared to do our work in the best style, and at
short notice. We have recently added new
MACHINERY, for Planing and Matching
boards. Call and see us.
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SEARS A AVERY.
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UNION A CADEMY,
KNOXVILLE. TIQGA COUNTY, PENN'A.
a. 0. Wain, Principal
Mrs. ADA W. IlonsuL recevtrese.
Allsa Milts UORTOM, Want, ,
Mies EMIL BARTLITT, Teacher of Musk..
The rallTerna.w ill Commence Auguet 31. The Winter
Term Novetriber 30. The Spring Term March 3. Each
Term to continuo 12 weeks.
EXPENSES PER TERM.
Tuition, including rent and wood, Fall
" Winter Term.. 13,60.
" Spring Torm.., 12,60.
Day Students .. 7,00.
Instrumental Music, (Plano, Or gan , or Melodeon).. 10,00.
Vocal hlusio 2,00.
Use of Instruments 2,00.
Drawing and Pending 8,00.
Board per week B,og.
Jan. I, 1870-tf.
Grocery. and Provision Store.
CORNINO, N. Y.
C. D. ISIX.NZa,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in all kinds of
Wines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED FRUITS AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, Ao., L.
A full and complete assortment of the above
mentioned goods of the best quality always on
Particular attention paid to Fine Groceries
Dealers and Consumers will find it to their in
tereet to examine hielStock before buying.
Corning, N. Y., 2 , 9 1, 1870.
CORNING JEWELRY STORE I
A. D. DUDLEY,
Z-,,- - -,,.
,(74}.: Watchmaker and Jeweler,
A large assortment of
WATCH 8, JEWELRY, SILVER PLATED
WARE CLOCKS AND FANCY GOODS.
..,,Agr• Engraving done in any style.
Corning, Deo. 15, 1869. A. D. DUDLEY,
'. 19. No. 10, Market St.
The Richardson Washer.
WE, the undersigned do hereby say to all—
that we have tried this machine; and
think it far superior to any we ever saw. ,- It
,Washes complete, and works with perfect ease—
only requiring about one tenth the labor of com
mon washers. Wo think it cheap, supple and
durable. It does notwear the clothes, but sim
ply cleanses from all dirt. I And we cheerfully
recommend it, to all; it being now canvassed for
with great success. • March 2, 1870. St
Mrs. Jerome qmith, Mrs, William Mathers,
" Mary A Dewey, George Parker,
" Christina Watkins, " Nettie Watkins,
" Lewis Holmes, " P. C. Van Gelder.
31.1 r... 24. 0. 4a.. 41, •••••lavit Petra Alston§
is this locality. i Mar. 2-6 t.
Ohairmaker, Turner, and
SALE ROOM and FACTORY opposite Dartt's
Wagon Shop Main Street, where be is pre
pared to Danish Cabinet Ware of any kind to
those in want.
Orders promptly filled and satlefactlonguaranr
teed. Fancy Turning done to order.
Wencher°, Jan. 1,1870. J. STIOEL IN.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
Afarm of three hundred acres, with two hun
dred and twenty-five acres improved. Sit
uated two miles north of Tioga Village, on the
Toga River and Raihood. Well watttered, un
r a good state of cultivation,
and good build
ings. Also four houses and lots for sale in Tioga
village. T. L . BALDWIN.
Tioga, Jan. 1, 18.10-tf.
Dr. H.-R. Phillips,
ZIDIPMIIOI4 111421 1 2211%
THE undersigned respectful announces to the
citizens of Westfield and surrounding coun
try that he is permanently located at this place.
Ho is fully prepared to do all kinds
in the highest style of the , art. firtisfactlon
guarranteed. Office over ScovifFs Drug Store.
Fine Photographs can be had over the Drug
Store. H. R. PHILLIPS.
Westfield, Pd., June 80,1888-Iy.
Wholesale and Retail
By W. C. KREgS.
LOTS SPRING GOODS
TB''subscriber will keep on natal at all times
a full stock of ,
'DUGS AND MEDICINES•
Flavoring Extracts; Perfumery, Kerosene,
Lamps, Wicks, Dye Colors, White Wash
Lime and Brushes, Varnish and
Sash Brushes, Window Glass
all sixes, Varnish of all
kinds, Fancy Soaps,
Hair and Tooth Brushes, a full stock of
Yankee Notions; also a complete as
and a full stook of
Pure Wines - and Liquors.
Buyers are requested to call and examine pr
cos boforo purchasing elsewhere.
Apr. 20, 1870.
, Planing ct, Matching.
FLOORING, CEILING, WAINSCOT
ING, TONGUED & GROOVED,
with rapidity and matrices, with our new Ma
chines: :Try it and see. B. T. VANBORN.
Well§Nero, Jan. 1,1870.
WHOLESILII DREG STORB.
DeS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S FLUID, EX
BURNETT'S 0000AINE, FLAVORING
EXTRAOTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT MEDICINES, ROCH
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
' PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
AGENTS FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE
Bold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers arerequested
to outland . get quotations before going further
Corning, N.Y., Jan. j., 1870-ly
pikVE bought the right to use' the Paten
Elastic) Roofing in Tioga County, and am
now prepared to put on roofs cheap and in good
workmanlike manner. This roofing is firo and
water proof. I refer to Messrs. Wright do Bai
ley, Totes & Barker, and C. L. Willcox, whore
samples can be seen and roofs in use.
MOSES WING ATE.
Wellaboro, Jan . I, 1870—tf.
1.13 B. HOLLIDAY, Proprietor. A large and
• commodious House, located in the imme
ato vicinity of all, the County buildings, with
large and commodious barns attached.
0111`James Hazlett acts as hostler, and will
always be found on band, attentive to business.
Jan. 5,1870.—1 y
1- Livery Stable
SETH WATKINS respectfully informs the
public that he has established a
at the barn on the premises lately owned by R.
C. Simpson, Esq., located on Pearl and Crafton
Streets, Wellsboro. Ho aims to keep good hor
ses and wagons, and intends to please. Prices
Double and single teams furnished.
MITAVING completed his now Cabinet Ware
house on Main street, We'labor°, has stock
ea it with a large and superior assorted stook o
Ohamber Suits, Walnut, Ash, maple
from $l5O down, and as cheap
Ai the same goods can be bol
in the cities, freight added.
Parlor Suits, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogany, Reps or Hair Cloth,
SOFAS, LOUNGES, COUCHES, TETE
with Upholstery to suit.
Center Tables, Walnut or Marble Tops
Looking Glasses, Brackeis t Pa
per Rucks, Rocking Chairs,
Wholesale and Retail.
I am manufacturing as usual, and intend to
keep a full stock of ware, home and city made
at all times. My Ware Rooms are Bpaaions and
neat, and now contain the largest, costliest and
beet stock of Furniture ever brought into the
Planing and Matching,'
SCROLL SAWING &MOULDING,
Jan. 1, 1869-tf. B. T. VAN HORN.
trauma & LATHROP,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
STOVES, TIN- WARE,
BELTING, SIMI, CETLERY 9
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLES, do.
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 01870-Iy.
C F. & 0.. Moore,
LIVE Y AND EXCHANGE STABLES
We !hero, Pa. Office and Stables on Water
Street, i rear of Court House. They will fur
nish horses, single or (limbic, with Buggies, or
Carriages, at short notice. Long experience in
the business enables the proprietors to announce
with confidence thoy can meet any reasonable de
mands in their line. Drivers furnished, if desired
and passengers carried to any part of the country.
Thankful for past favors, they invite continuance
of custom. Terms reasonable.
Nov. 24, 1889.—1 y.
Great Improvement in Densistry
HAVING purobased the exclu-
Is."A sive -right of Dr. Folsom's Im
lkaa proved patent Atmospheric Dental
Plates for Tioga County. I now take pleasure
in offering it to the public as the greatest DIS
COVERY yet made In
By the use of which, we can overcome any any
and all difficulties which have, heretofore bellied
the'skill of the most practical 'Dentist in the
world. Plates constructed upon this plan re
main perfectly firm under all circumstances or
condition of the mouth, as no air, or particles of
food can possiblygetunderthem. Those having
old styles, Gold or. Rubber Plates, can, at half
the cost, have the Improvement applied to them
answering in every respect the same purpose as
as a new set. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed
in every case. C. N. DARTT, Dentist.
Welleboro, Jan. 1, 1869.
Ma is to certify that wo are now using tho Improv
ed Dental Platos with perfect satisfaction. Raving
need the old style ofplates for years with ail the troubles
and inconveniences known in the use of such plates,
we Choorfully recommend the improved Plates as far
superior to anything yet known. E. R. KIMBALL.
W. C. KREBS.
OIL CLOTHS AND MATTINOS,
just received at .
May 4, 1870. I TROB I HARDEN.
CJORNING, N. Y.
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
W. D. TERBELL & CO.
Livery for Hire,
Furniture ! Furniture !
B. T. VAN. HORN,
from $125 down. Also,
done to order at the Factory
RAILWAY TIME TABLES•
ON and after MONDAY, May 2d, 1870, Trains
will loavo Corning, at tho following hours,vlz
GOING WEST. •
5,50 a. NIGHT EXPRESS, daily for Roch•
enter Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland and Mein
nattl, making direct commectiou with trains of the
Grand Trunk and Lake Shore Railways at: Buffalo.
Dunkirk and Cleveland for all points West;:and.at
Cincinnatti with the Ohio and Mississippi and . Louls•
villa Short Lino Railways for the South and Sou th
6,18 u in, CYPRESS kilLlL,Buudaya excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk nail Oloveland, connecting with
tralna for the West. A !sleeping Coach is attached to
this train running through to Buffalo, i. •
10,22 u. in., EMAIL. TRAIN, Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo and Dunkirk,
1.43 p.m., BALTIMORE RXPRESS,Suntlayeoxcept
od, for Rocheetor and Buffalo, Via Avon. •
7,39 p. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
-Rochester, Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati,
and the South Stops at drincipul stations and con-
nects points on main lino.
New and improved Drawing Room Coaches accompany
this train from New York to Buffalo, and Sleeping
Coupe° attached at Horneltsville, running through
to Cleveland and Callon without. change.
11,25 p. m., EXPRESS MAIL, Suednye excepted,
for Buffolu, Clovoinnti, connecting wily trains for
1,05 p• m., WAY FREretyr, Sundaysexcop tecl.
6,45 p• m., EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for tho West
11,49 p.m., NIGHT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at New York with afternoon trains and
Steamers for Boston and New England &Ries.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this train to row York
4,35 a. in., CINCINNATI EXPRESSOIondays
copted, connecting at Elmira fur Williamsport;
Harrisburg and the South; also at Elmira for Canan
daigua; at Waverly with train of 14hlgh valley Rail
way; at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for Coo
perstown and Albany ; and at New York with steam
ers and afternoon Express trains for New England
cities. sar Sleeping coaches accompany this train
to New York.
11,28 a. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Jersey ;City with midnight express
train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Also
stops at principal atatsons and connecting points on
New and improved Drawing Boom Coaches accompany
'this train to Now York.
12.15 P. tn., ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, daily for
2.40 P. m., ELMIRA MAIL, Sundays excepted.
430 p.m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
Sundays excepted, connecting nt Elmira fur the
,57 p.m., .LI,OIITN ENG EXPRESS, Daily, co n nect
ing•fit Jersey City with morning Express train of
Now Jersey Railroad for Baltimore awl Washington;
and at Now York with morning Express train for
Boston. and Now England Cities. Alsr stops at all prin.
cipal stations and connecting points on mail. lino.
Sleeping Coaches accompany this.traZ through to New
11,33 a. m., WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
DAMAGE CHECKED THROUGH
Air A revised and complete"rocket Time Tableaf
Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway and connecting
Lines, has recently been published, and can be procur
ed on application to.the Ticket Agent of the Company
WM. R. BARR,
Blosobarg & litoraing, & Tioga R. R
Szainswillrun as Follows until furthor notice:
Accommodation—Ldavee Blossburg at 0,50 a. m.. Mans
field at 7,40 Min at 8,22, Lay.irencoville at 0 07—
arriving at Corning at 10,10 a.m.
?del.—Leaves Blossburg at 2,80 p. m . ' Man sfield at 3,16,
'toga at 3,95, faiwronceville at 4,29—arriving at
Corning at t.BO p. m .
Ddail—LeavesCorning at 7,50 a.m., Lawrenceville at
8,44, Tioga at 9,28, Mansfield at 10,05—arriving at
Bloss-burg at 11,45 a. m.
Accommodation—Leaves Corning at 2,55 p.
roncevillo at 4,04 Tioga at 4.65, Manefield"at 6,26
arrtVing at Bloesburg at 6,20 p.m.
Northern Central R.R;
TRAINS FOR THE NORTH.
TrainsforCanantlagnialeave Elmira as follow s
Express [fastest train on road] .........
Way Freight,[pMitionger coach attached]
Onamdafter Nov. 15, 1869, trains will arrive and
depart frolrnTroy, as follows;
10 85 a.'ln.—Daily(except Sundays)for , Elinira,Buffa—
loyClanandaigna, Rochester, Snap. Bridge and the
958 a. tn.—Daily (except Suirdays) for Elmira and
Buffalo .v ia Erie Railway from Elmira.
- LEAVE SOUTHWARD.
7 23 A. m.—DailS"(except Sundays) for Baltimore
965 P. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for Baltimore
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Them :Things is Am
EVERY thing is lovely, and the an:e
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CT 0111 E,
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fnlentially to. the public, that lie never r!-.
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anxious is he. that he dear people sboullr
nothing whatever that money can buy 0.,
Weilsboro, Jan. 1, 1870.
HARNESS SHOP! .
GW. NAVLE, would say to hi 3 fr,!:
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